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review 2017-04-29 03:17
RUMP RAIDING RAPTORS by Alana Melos
Rump Raiding Raptors (The Janus Key Chro... Rump Raiding Raptors (The Janus Key Chronicles Book 1) - Alana Melos,Rev. Jotham Talbot
  Twins Dirk and Debbie run afoul of Janus who punishes them by sending time traveling. Their first travels take them to prehistoric times.

This is quirky. It is unique. It is funny and likable. I cannot wait to read more of the series.
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text 2017-04-28 23:30
I've read 45 out of 144 pages and
The Creeps: A Deep Dark Fears Collection - Fran Krause

this is so cute! My Goodreads friend Spencer read it and gave it a good rating, so when I saw The Creeps available on NetGalley, I requested it. I just started it last night and it's cracking me up! These are comic strips based on the fears, (silly or real), of regular people. Like so:

 

 

 

 

Or like this:

 

 

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review 2017-04-28 22:40
Short but sweet
I Don't Want to Be a Frog - Dev Petty

I've fallen for Dev Petty and Mike Boldt again. I Don't Want to be a Frog reunites us with our spunky frog friend and his glasses-wearing dad as he continually asserts that he'd rather be anything except a frog. Once again, the humor and illustrations pair together perfectly to tell a fantastic little story about an adolescent amphibian that doesn't feel overly satisfied with his lot in life. (Frogs have to eat bugs after all. Yuck!) Get ready for the end because it's sure to cause howls of laughter with the little people in your life as you read it out loud to them. I could go on and on about how much fun I think this book is but I have to get back to reading. :-P

 

PS This is definitely one for storytime.

Source: readingfortheheckofit.blogspot.com
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review 2017-04-27 20:43
Hold Me (Cyclone) (Volume 2) - Courtney Milan 
Hold Me (Cyclone) (Volume 2) - Courtney Milan

Courtney Milan is a hell of an overachiever. She isn't content to write charming romances in which, as in Austen, the primary barriers to love are the uncontrolled aspects of multifaceted personalities. Milan also strives to remind the reader of how many different kinds of love there are, and that loving thy neighbor is hard, but worthwhile. She is Dickensian in her examination of class, but so much broader in scope. But also fun. They flirt with math. How adorably geeky and STEMy is that?

If they weren't so much fun, I might be tempted to call them uplifting. They are, often, deeply moving, because her characters have sometimes horrible, albeit too believable, backstories. Her happy endings are hard-earned.

personal copy.

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review 2017-04-27 02:01
Crazy
Shopping for a CEO's Wife - Julia Kent

This is book #12, from the amazingly funny Shopping For A Billionaire series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  It will contain spoilers, and you will have greater understanding, should you read the series in order.

 

Andrew & Amanda have been though enough already.  Now, as they plan their wedding the press and extended family are on their backs wanting the wedding their way.  Has everyone on earth, including her mother forgotten who is really getting married here?

 

Amanda has had it.  With everyone - literally everyone - wanting a piece or a picture of her, it is getting to be too much.  She has the perfect line in the book.  "I didn't fall in love with a CEO.  I fell in love with a man."

 

Swoon.  This is another of some of the best romance books ever written.  I am a firm believer that all lover's of romance should get this series.  I laugh, I cry, my breath stops, and my heart starts beating again.  I loved every page!  I give this story a 5/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.

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