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Review: This is Me by C. E. Wilson

Review: This is Me by C. E. Wilson

  My Review The plot: I am a huge fan of old fashioned science fiction, but I have trouble finding newer books that use those classic formulas so this was a bit of a treat.   Chloe is a young woman who lives in a world filled with androids. These androids are called Assist and their entire purpose is to please their human owners. When Chloe gets a job in the city as a substitute teacher, her parents will only…

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Review: Defying Gravity by Kendra C. Highley

Review: Defying Gravity by Kendra C. Highley

  My Review Plot: Defying Gravity is a cute little romantic story about best friends, Zoey and Parker. Zoey and Parker have been best friends since they were in diapers. Their parents are so close that Zoey’s parents bought a vacation home right next door to Parker’s family home. Zoey and her family spend every Spring break with Parker’s family, and that works just fine for him because not only is Zoey his best friend she is also the girl…

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Review: Delilah Dusticle and the Cursed Tempest

Review: Delilah Dusticle and the Cursed Tempest

  My Review I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. This in no way influenced my opinion of the book.   Another adorable installment in the Delilah Dusticle adventures!   The series grew up a bit in this book. Delilah and the gang go on an adventure in India to save Dev’s sister, Kirin. Kirin is being threatened by a powerful, magical dust storm so of course Delilah is just…

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Review: The Boy With Words by C.S Wilson

Review: The Boy With Words by C.S Wilson

  My Review The plot: This story focuses on a girl named White who lives in a mysterious and hidden away society. White has always been inquisitive and  wondered about the world beyond the borders of her town, but after the death of her only family member, White goes on a Journey to finally get the answers the some of her questions. She is met with plenty of opposition from those around her, but White refuses to take their lies…

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Review: Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater

Review: Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater

  My Review Everything that I didn’t like about this book I’m positive other people love so take this review with a grain of salt.   The author tossed almost all the traditional werewolf folklore out the window, but I happen to like traditional werewolf folklore so it didn’t work for me. I love the fact that Sam wasn’t a typical “pretty boy alpha male with a perfect body”, but werewolf novels are one of the few times that type of…

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Review: You are Mine by Janeal Falor

Review: You are Mine by Janeal Falor

  My Review Serena lives in a world filled with magic and where women are considered to be nothing more than the possessions of their warlock masters. This was a well written book, but the entertainment was lacking for me. The magic system wasn’t explained in any sort of detail. All I know is that the men are powerful warlocks who seem to feed off the magic the women possess; however, the women never perform any magic themselves. I have…

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Review: The Distance Between Us by Kasie West

Review: The Distance Between Us by Kasie West

Review I liked everything about this book, but for some reason I am having a tough time reviewing it. I think it’s because you kind of have to read it to appreciate it. I don’t want to give away too much because all of the fun is in the discovery. That’s basically what this entire book is about after all, discovery. Both Caymen and Xander are in the last few months of their final year in high school so they…

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Review: How To Bake A Chocolate Soufflé by Carly Ellen Kramer

Review: How To Bake A Chocolate Soufflé by Carly Ellen Kramer

Review I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. This was a much lighter read than I was expecting. The story follows three women, Madeline, Annie, and Audrey from the ages of twenty-three to forty-two, and I assumed that they were going to experience a lot of tragic moment over the course of their adult life. Actually, they…

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