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Marry Me at Christmas by Susan Mallory

Synopsis Madeline, co-owner of Paper Moon, a bridal shop lands a job as a wedding planner. She is to deliver the dress and plan the wedding for Ginger, the sister of Jonny Blaze, a famous action star. Jonny Blaze, action star has bought a house in a quiet tight-knit town where the people are all… Continue reading Marry Me at Christmas by Susan Mallory

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I Applaud Young Readers

My title may mislead but I promise there's an explanation. This thought just hit me by the way so I apologize in advance if I didn't get my point across. So, I was born in the late eighties and I basically consider myself a 90s kid. Because that's when I really got to come into… Continue reading I Applaud Young Readers

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Captive Rebel by Erin McDermott|Book Review

Book title: Captive Rebel (The allegiance book 1) Author: Erin McDermott Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Synopsis: Destined to be enemies, bound by fate... Prince Ariston rules over the Allegiant - an elite faction favored by the Greek Gods. Separated from his family at a young age, he became a prisoner to the rebellion. Marylyn O'Conner is a rebel,… Continue reading Captive Rebel by Erin McDermott|Book Review

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Flowers in the Attic by V.C. Andrews|Book Review

Flowers in the Attic is the first installment of The Dollanganger Series, followed by three books and one prequel. I've read all except the prequel which I plan to read and review some time. Does anyone read V.C. Andrews? Sometimes I feel like I'm the only one hehe. I enjoy VC's books quite a lot.… Continue reading Flowers in the Attic by V.C. Andrews|Book Review

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Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens|Book Review

To begin with Oliver Twist is a very sad, heartbreaking and eye-opening story. I personally love the way Charles Dickens wrote. I connect with his language in a very deep way as a lot of the books I read as a child were written by English authors. I simply just love and enjoy the language… Continue reading Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens|Book Review