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Review: Never Saw You Coming – Erin Hahn

Review: Never Saw You Coming &..

Erin Hahn has quickly become an auto-read author for me. When I read her first two books, You’d Be Mine and More Than Maybe, I knew anything she wrote would be an easy sell. She writes books that have heart and tackle real issues. And she especially did that with her 3rd book, Never Saw You Coming. Not only does Hahn tackle friendship and love in this book, she also tackles the complicated feelings that come with growing up and religion, and she did an amazing job doing it! Never Saw You Coming is the story of Meg, yes that […]

Posted September 8, 2021 by Andi / 0 Comments
Review: Perfect on Paper – Sophie Gonzales

Review: Perfect on Paper ̵..

I was introduced to Sophie Gonzales in 2020 when I read her book Only Mostly Devastated. It was a really enjoyable reading experience and I looked forward to reading more by her. When I read what her next book, Perfect on Paper, was about I was really looking forward to it. And I have report it exceeded my expectations. Perfect on Paper was a solid story with amazing characters and finding the right person for you when you least expect it. Perfect on Paper is about Darcy Phillips, a girl in high school who has been giving love advice to […]

Posted March 10, 2021 by Andi / 0 Comments
Mini Reviews #10 – Netgalley Mini Reviews 4.0

Mini Reviews #10 – Netga..

Here are a few brief thoughts on some 4/4.5 star Netgalley reads: Amelia Unabridged was a book I wasn’t really sure how I would feel about it when I started it. It was a mix of friendship and common interest. But it was also a story about grief and being left behind. It’s about how you gone on after a part of you is gone. And in the end I really enjoyed about 93% of it. I loved the story and the writing. And I loved how the fictional books were woven in to tell the story. I did struggle […]

Posted February 26, 2021 by Andi / 0 Comments
Review: You Have a Match – Emma Lord

Review: You Have a Match ̵..

I became an immediate fan of Emma Lord as soon as I read her debut, Tweet Cute. She had a writing style and a vibe about her story telling that just clicked for me. So it was a no brainer when I heard about her sophomore novel, You Have a Match. I added it to my TBR without even knowing what it was about. She had quickly become an auto buy author. And I have to say You Have a Match was a solid sophomore book. You Have a Match is about Abby, a high school student that takes a […]

Posted December 22, 2020 by Andi / 0 Comments