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review 2018-01-09 02:53
Book Review: A Very Wilde Christmas by Sam Burns
A Very Wilde Christmas (Wilde Love) - Sam Burns

This book cannot be read as a standalone. If you haven't read the 4 books in this series, this will spoil things for you, so don't do that.

4 short stories comprise this Christmas book, and we get to visit with all 4 couples. 


Possible spoilers below...







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review 2018-01-06 06:50
Queens of Geek - Jen Marie Wilde

So I can’t decide whether to give this 3.5 or 4 stars, so I’ll just stick with 4 because overall I did like it.


The best way to describe how i felt about this book is with a list.


What I liked:
-The diversity! I loved seeing a bisexual character done correctly. I also loved that Charlie was Asian. Taylor being autistic was also a nice addition and something you hardly ever see.
-Charlie’s love story. It was super cute <3 Alyssa knows how to take a girl out on a date.
-The fandom references, especially The Craft one (I love that movie).


What I didn’t like
-Lack of chemistry between Jamie and Taylor in the beginning and how it was a bit cliche. I found myself shipping Taylor with the other people she meet early on in the book. I also felt like Taylor didn’t even need a romance storyline. Her story was perfectly fine without it.
-The writing style. It was very average and at times reminded me of fan fiction. I wished there was more description on the characters’ appearances because I had a hard time picturing them for some reason.
-How predictable it was. I could see some plot points coming from a mile away.


All in all, this didn’t quite meet my expectations, but it was still a worthy read.

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text 2018-01-05 05:33
Reading progress update: I've read 172 out of 288 pages.
Queens of Geek - Jen Marie Wilde
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review 2018-01-02 21:04
A Classic Short
The Canterville Ghost - Oscar Wilde,Inga Moore

I know that this was a short story and really only needed an hour to read or less, but when your kids take the tablet and read the book and then you have to find your place and then the tablet needed to think while returning and replacing books, it just took some time. This is one of my favorite "ghost" stories. I have assigned the book to my girls for school. 

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review 2018-01-02 12:29
Review For: Undone: A City Rich Novel by Amelia Wilde
Undone: A City Rich Novel - Amelia Wilde

Undone by Amelia Wilde is the First book in the 'City Rich' series.  This is the story of Anabel and Beau.  They are the ultimate opposites attraction story where Anabel is flighty, carefree and leaves before things get bad.... Beau is a rock, supporter, dominant and works through things until the end.  But when they meet neither can forget the other.  They both end up growing throughout this book and for me it was not an easy book to put down...I just wanted to see it to the end.

Source: www.amazon.com/Undone-City-Novel-Amelia-Wilde-ebook/dp/B075X4D7L2/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1514244482&sr=1-1&keywords=Undone%3A+A+City+Rich+Novel+Amelia+Wilde
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