Reviews … Playing Catch Up

Written in the Stars, Alexandria Bellefleur

(thank you to the publisher for the gifted copy)

Ugh. Y’all. This book. Perfection.

Steamy. Sweet. Full of hope and quirkiness.

Please get it and read it and devour it like I did.

The Peculiar Fate of Holly Banks, Julie Valerie

(Thank you to the author for the gifted copy)

Julie Valerie did it again! I don’t know what it is that I adore about Holly Banks, but she’s such a mess and so relatable and a kindred spirit. Now that my son is in kindergarten, I feel like I can relate to Holly even more than I did in the first book.

Julie’s wit and humor shine in this book, as do the various characters of Primm. And, did I mention Struggle, the Banks family dog, has a co-starring role? Yup.

Take a Hint, Dani Brown, Tallia Hibbert

Talia Hibbert writes the most engaging, relatable, and real characters I’ve ever read. I loved Chloe and Dani, and I cannot wait to meet Eve.

I also apparently love fake relationship books, or maybe it’s just Zaf and Dani that I loved so much. Literally everything about this book was perfect. Perfectly steamy. Perfectly full of wit and humor. Perfectly full of hope and valuable lessons like we’re all worthy of love.

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