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review 2018-11-20 18:24
Review of Leaving Everything Most Loved by Jacqueline Winspear
Leaving Everything Most Loved - Jacqueline Winspear

Yet another solid entry in the Maisie Dobbs series.  Love the characters, love the mysteries, love the history.  I am going to start the next book right away but have been warned that it is a major let down so we shall see.

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url 2018-11-04 19:27
What Lara Jean means to me

A blog post I wrote about my love for Lara Jean

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2018-11-01 00:49
AMAZING
To All the Boys I've Loved Before - JennyHan

HI EVERYONE!

 

Sorry i havent been on lately. I have started studying so I have not be able to write reviews so I'm going to write a couple and post them throughout the week!

 

TO ALL THE BOYS I'VE LOVED BEFORE BY JENNY HANN

REVIEW

 

To all the boys I've loved before is a book I read because there was a movie coming out. But I've always wanted to read this book ages a go but where I live, there isn't many books that are exciting like this book. 

 

I feel like I can personally relate to the main character in the book. Lara Jean is a character that's awkward, creative and is quite the girly girl. She's awkward when it comes to boys and what to do when they like her. I can relate so much hahaha. 

 

When Peter K wanted to fake date her, she was so taken back and agreed to do it anyway to make his ex girlfriend Gen Jealous. Scandal! But then they start falling for each other! 

 

Overall this book is corny but in a good way! It's so good! I loved how it is written!

 

Jenny Hann, my girl, you're an angel! 

 

5000000000000000/5 stars :) 

 

-Sarah.

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review 2018-10-23 19:32
The Immortal Who Loved Me by Lynsay Sands
The Immortal Who Loved Me: An Argeneau Novel - Lynsay Sands

Really enjoyed this one. It was humorous and exciting. The story was still the same - vampire meets his lifemate, starts eating, dreaming about sex, having sex, and so on. But this time the heroine was really sassy and I actually liked the hero. Teenage Stephanie was a terrific character and it so many characters from previous books were present as well. It also tied up the storyline from the previous book.

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review 2018-10-05 17:40
To All the Rakes I've Loved Before by Anne Barton
To All the Rakes I've Loved Before (Honeycote, #1.5) - Anne Barton

Miss Amelia Wimple is a recluse, refusing to leave the house she lives in with her mother and go out into the ton again after the humiliating incident that happened two years ago on the eve of her would-be engagement. The man who was supposed to propose eloped with another and she and her overbearing mother became laughingstocks. But there's one bright memory from that dreadful night; Lord Stephen Brookes and his kindness toward her.

Now, her mother is off to Bath and Amelia has the house all to herself, but her short life of bliss is rudely interrupted by the man who jilted her bringing the unconscious, severely beaten Lord Stephen Brookes to her doorstep seeking refuge. Amelia, God bless her, decides to hide Stephen until his wounds heal enough that he doesn't scare people...But she might get more in return that she's bargained for.


Another cute and slightly humorous story in this series. Pity it suffered from its lack of length.

I liked the two protagonists; they were both hiding their true selves and only the other could see it. I liked the camaraderie between them, the strange friendship and the blossoming romance. But the latter was so quick and rushed, it failed to be believable. I could see the potential, but it certainly needed a few more chapters to be developed properly...Or, it could've been presented as the blurb insinuated; that Stephen has always had a tendre for Amelia and used the golden opportunity of his stay with her to his advantage.
Alas, the way it was written, it felt like it happened in the blink of an eye, when they barely knew each other. Not a good foundation for lasting love that.

Still, it was an enjoyable read.

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