August 20, 2015 1

Mini reviews: Breathe Annie Breathe and Jesse’s Girl

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my thoughts I reviewed the first four Hundred Oaks books in one post, so it only makes sense that I post my mini reviews for Breathe Annie Breathe and Jesse’s Girl together as well. Breathe Annie Breathe is one of the better of the Hundred Oaks books for me. Though I read it months ago, I still think […]

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August 7, 2015 2

Mini review: P.S. I Still Love You

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Title: P.S. I Still Love You (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before #2)Author: Jenny HanPublisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers Release Date: May 26, 2015 Genre/Age Group: Young Adult, Contemporary Romance Source: Purchased Add it: Goodreads Rating: Lara Jean didn’t expect to really fall for Peter. She and Peter were just pretending. […]


July 7, 2015 3

Review: Jesse’s Girl

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Title: Jesse’s Girl (Hundred Oaks #6)Author: Miranda KenneallyPublisher: Sourcebooks Fire Release Date: July 7, 2015 Genre/Age Group: Young Adult, Contemporary Romance Source: Author, Publisher Add it: Goodreads Rating: Everyone at Hundred Oaks High knows that career mentoring day is a joke. So when Maya Henry said she wanted to be a rock star, she never […]


July 4, 2015 2

Review: The Devil You Know

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Title: The Devil You KnowAuthor: Trish DollerPublisher: Bloomsbury Children’s Release Date: June 2, 2015 Genre/Age Group: Contemporary, Mystery, Thriller Source: Publisher Add it: Goodreads Rating: Eighteen-year-old Arcadia wants adventure. Living in a tiny Florida town with her dad and four-year-old brother, Cadie spends most of her time working, going to school, and taking care of […]


June 26, 2015 1

Under the Lights Blog Tour: Interview + Giveaway

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WOOHOO WE’RE BACK. Well, sort of. And what better way to get all things blogging going again than by promoting a book that still makes me randomly break out in goofy grins two weeks after having read it? *casually ties Judith and Ellice to a chair and shoves Under the Lights in their faces* I had […]