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My Junior Year Of Loathing By Jennifer DiGiovanni Cover Reveal

  Welcome to the Cover Reveal for My Junior Year of Loathing by Jennifer DiGiovanni Be on the look out for this upcoming release from Swoon Romance! Be sure to enter the giveaway found at the end of the post!     Junior year is supposed to be tough. Exams, term papers, homework, college tours, […] Read More

Genesis Girl By Jennifer Bardsley Release Day Celebration

  Happy Release Day to Genesis Girl by Jennifer Bardsley! Join us in celebrating this new release from Month9Books! Enter the giveaway found at the end of the post.   Happy Book Birthday, Jennifer!     Eighteen-year-old Blanca has lived a sheltered life. Her entire childhood has been spent at Tabula Rasa School where she’s […] Read More

Hair In All The Wrong Places By Andrew Buckley Review

Hair In All The Wrong Places by Andrew Buckley is a wonderful fun read. It was an easy, quick, and very enjoyable story. I really liked the main character. Colin starts out as your typical unpopular outcast, but ends up at the wrong place at the wrong time, or was it the right place at […] Read More

Competing With A Star By Krysten Lindsay Hager Blog Tour Spotlight

This sounds like a really great read. Most of us can relate to feeling insecure. If we don't feel that way now (and some of us still do), we can remember feeling that way back in high school. Even adults need to be reminded of that sort of thing. Especially if you have kids that […] Read More

Novus By Crystal Marcos Book Blast

Novus by Crystal Marcos Ideal for Hunger Games and Divergent fans, Crystal Marcos delivers Novus, a riveting novel set in a dystopian future of action-adventure, suspense, and romance. Intriguing characters and a gripping storyline keep the reader turning page after page. Being a teenager is hard enough. And what if your life's path is predetermined? […] Read More

Nobody’s Lady By Amy McNulty Review

Nobody's Lady by Amy McNulty is the second book in The Never Veil series. This book continues the story from Nobody's Goddess, which was really good (check out my review here). I liked this one better than the first one. It is one of those books that pull you in, and keep you in till […] Read More

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