Thursday, April 28, 2016

My Review: The Reluctant Duchess

"But what we'll find is that the Lord is still lord.  He isn't cruel or absent, He's directing us.  Even in this.  He's leading us to the place He needs us to be."  - Rowena Kinnaird

I had several quotes highlighted in my Kindle app to maybe use - but one was pretty long (I really wanted to use it) and another needed context to make sense and so on.  So this one - I love it too!   And it's a reminder I just recently needed.

Lady Rowena Kinnaird may be the heiress to a Highland earldom, but she has never felt good enough--not for her father, not for the man she thought she'd marry, not for God. But after a shocking attack, she's willing to be forever an outcast if it means escaping Loch Morar.

Brice Myerston, the Duke of Nottingham, has found himself in possession of a rare treasure his enemies are prepared to kill for. While Brice has never been one to shy away from manor-born ladies, the last thing he needs is the distraction of Lady Rowena, who finds herself in a desperate situation. But when Rowena's father tries to trap Brice into marrying his daughter, Brice makes a surprising decision.

Rowena wanted to escape the Highlands, but she's reluctant to marry a notorious flirt. And when she learns that Brice is mixed up in questionable business with a stolen treasure, she fears she's about to end up directly in the path of everything she was trying to avoid.

About the Author:
Roseanna M. White pens her novels beneath her Betsy Ross flag, with her Jane Austen action figure watching over her. When not writing fiction, she's homeschooling her two children, editing and designing, and pretending her house will clean itself. Roseanna is the author of nine novels, ranging from biblical fiction to American-set romances to her new British series. Roseanna lives with her family in West Virginia. Learn more at

I don't know why I never remember that Roseanna lives in my home state - I knew there was a reason I loved her books - besides the fact that they are excellent!

My Review: 5 stars

May I just start this review by stating how much I enjoyed this book? It may be my favorite book of the year, so far! I’ve been eagerly anticipating this book since reading The Lost Heiress, the first book in the series, and I have to say that it far surpassed all of my expectations! I was captivated from the very first page and I found it incredibly difficult to put the book down and drag my brain back to present day.

Ms. White always does an excellent job of creating characters that tug on my heart, and settings that burst to life. I loved the journey this book took me on and the chance to revisit some of my favorite settings - those of Ireland and England. Both countries have rich histories and sound like such enchanting places to visit. Roseanna brings her own unique touch to both settings and I loved the history she weaves throughout. I also really enjoyed the dialogue and how she included distinctly Irish terms and wording throughout, allowing me to vividly “hear” Rowena’s delightful Irish brogue, as well as Brice’s more refined English accent. Her characters are all painted with vibrant words and descriptions that caused them to climb right off the page and into my active imagination. I enjoyed getting to revisit characters from the previous book, as well as becoming thoroughly entrenched in the new characters’ lives.

Rowena Kinnaird is the heroine of this story and she may have been my favorite new character in this story. She has such a tender heart, though it’s often hidden behind the walls pain and abuse have built around it. My heart broke for her more than once and she’s a character that I instantly connected with. Through her character the story deals with difficult topics such as abuse and constant fear that can be insidious. Though these topics are oftentimes dark, that isn’t the focus. There is a light of hope that is present throughout and I loved the focus on it, rather than the pain and sadness that is so often found in our world.

Brice Myerston is the hero in this story, and I have to confess that I fell for his charm the first time I met him in The Lost Heiress. I’ve been anxiously awaiting his story and so enjoyed getting to know him better! He is kind and charming, with a relationship with the Lord that I frankly envy just a bit. He is also the perfect husband for Rowena, with his constant patience and easygoing manner. Though he sounds perfect, he does have his flaws, something that I think made him even more endearing. Throughout the story I saw him grow and change as he learned to love his new wife and listen to God’s heart for direction.

As this is a marriage of convenience story, much of the focus of the romance and even the spiritual topic revolves around learning to love a stranger. I really appreciated the repeated belief that love is not just an emotion, but also an action and a choice. There is this really beautiful quote found within the pages that makes that statement, and I love it, because it’s during a time when Brice is struggling to accept the truth he faces. I got to see and feel his struggle to follow God’s will and commands, which I found incredibly powerful. This book doesn’t present a cut and dried “happily ever after,” but rather shows what a marriage can look like when both are determined to love the Lord and one another, despite the pain and odds between them. It wasn’t an easy story and oftentimes wasn’t that pretty, but it was real and I loved that.

I honestly don’t have a single negative thing to say about this story. It is well written, with a gorgeous setting, wonderfully realistic characters, a bit of suspense and mystery, and a sweet romance that left me sighing at the final page. This is definitely a book that I will be purchasing a paper copy of so that it can find a permanent home on my keeper shelf!
Side note: I did buy a paper copy - in case anyone was wondering.

I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley for my honest review, which I have given. I was not required to write a positive review and have not been compensated for it in any way. All opinions expressed are my own.

Thank you so much for stopping by to read my review!  I hope you enjoyed it!  Also, in case you were wondering about that long quote that I really wanted to include here - I'm adding it below the purchase links.  Enjoy!


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"He'd always thought love something that happened. Or . . . an action they could take until their hearts caught up with their hands.  But maybe it was more than that.  Maybe it was a choice.  Maybe it was as much about determination and dedication as discovery.  Maybe it wasn't a feeling, wasn't an emotion - if it were, it would be changeable, fleeting, like anger or happiness or sorrow.  But it shouldn't be.  Couldn't be.  Love had to be firmer than that.  Which meant love, like faith, couldn't be based on feelings.  It had to be based on what didn't change."  - Bryce Myerston


Tuesday, April 26, 2016

My Review: Close to You

"You helped me understand that God doesn't want me to live a life that's defined by my mistakes." - Allison Shire

Happy release day to Kara Isaac!  This awesome book hits shelves today!!

A disgraced scholar running from her past and an entrepreneur chasing his future find themselves thrown together—and fall in love—on a Tolkien tour of New Zealand.

Allison Shire (yes, like where the Hobbits live) is a disgraced academic who is done with love. Her belief in “happily ever after” ended the day she discovered her husband was still married to a wife she knew nothing about. She finally finds a use for her English degree by guiding tours through the famous sites featured in the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit movies. By living life on the road and traveling New Zealand as a luxury tour guide, Allison manages to outrun the pain of her past she can’t face.

Jackson Gregory was on the cusp of making it big. Then suddenly his girlfriend left him—for his biggest business competitor—and took his most guarded commercial secrets with her. To make matters worse, the Iowa farm that has been in his family for generations is facing foreclosure. Determined to save his parents from financial ruin, he’ll do whatever it takes to convince his wealthy great-uncle to invest in his next scheme, which means accompanying him to the bottom of the world to spend three weeks pretending to be a die-hard Lord of the Rings fan, even though he knows nothing about the stories. The one thing that stands between him and his goal is a know-it-all tour guide who can’t stand him and pegged him as a fake the moment he walked off the plane.

When Allison leads the group through the famous sites of the Tolkien movies, she and Jackson start to see each other differently, and as they keep getting thrown together on the tour, they find themselves drawn to each other. Neither expected to fall in love again, but can they find a way beyond their regrets to take a chance on the one thing they’re not looking for?

About the Author:
Kara Isaac is an award-winning writer who lives in Wellington, New Zealand, where her career highlights include working in tourism as Private Secretary for the Prime Minister. She loves great books almost as much as she loves her husband and two children.

Unfortunately, I don't have a picture of Ms. Isaac.  But, if you pop over to her website , you can see what a lovely lady she is (and read about her next book, which I totally fangirl about at the bottom of this post).

My Review: 5 stars

I’m always excited to read a new author and was completely stoked for this one! I had no idea what to expect with this story, which I found to be part of the fun of it. I’m not a Tolkien fan at all (I probably couldn’t have even spelled his name correctly before reading this book) - I’ve never read the books, seen the movies, nothing. So I was a little concerned that this whole book would fly right over my head, that I wouldn’t get it at all . . . . But I couldn’t have been more wrong! This book was so excellent and I just loved it!

Kara Isaac does such a fantastic job with this book! I just adored her writing - particularly the dialogue! It was so quirky and sarcastic, with Allie and Jackson starting out with a hate-hate relationship. I found myself laughing out loud more than once and having those “I know you don’t really care, but I have to tell you about my book!” moments. I also loved the setting! I don’t believe I’ve ever read a book set in New Zealand, so that part was really awesome. It sounds like such an amazing place that I would truly love to visit, Tolkien fan or no. I loved all of the colorful descriptions that brought every area to vivid life within my imagination. I also really appreciated the fact that she made Jackson a non-fan because then she was able to include details and explain things for those of us who are clueless. The story was a lot of fun, while also dealing with some more difficult topics. I found myself split between almost crying with a character one moment, then busting out laughing the next because something caught my fancy.

The characters were also fantastic! I already mentioned the start of Allie and Jackson’s relationship was just a mite rocky, which I actually really enjoyed. Their sparring was a lot of fun and I liked getting to see their relationship progress as they slowly learned the other wasn’t the annoying/crazy/pain-in-the-backside that they’d originally pegged them as being. They both start out with trust issues and have a good bit to work through, but the journey is so worth it. And the romantic tension between them was spot on! Their “almost” kisses had me fanning my cheeks, let alone the “real” ones! I also really appreciated that it didn’t move too fast, since they’d only known each other a short amount of it.

The spiritual side of the story was a little different from a lot of the books I typically read. Generally, one of them is a Christian and the other then becomes one. But with this story, they both know about God, but have allowed hurts or doubts to push them away. Allie has been given the impression most of her life that she isn’t enough and she doesn’t understand how God could ever want her. Jackson was raised in church, but found money and living in the “fast lane” was more appealing than following God. I really loved how Kara wove God throughout the story and used the other characters to give them advice and guidance. I also found Allie’s fears and questions to be so relatable and I very much appreciated how they were addressed. It never seemed out of place or overwhelming to the story, and they was no great conversion. But it rather slowly flowed throughout and came to a very realistic conclusion.

One last comment: the end was so great! A seriously sigh-worthy ending! I turned the last page with a smile on my face, despite dreading the fact that the book was over. I’m so excited to read Kara’s next book and will most likely be purchasing a paper copy of this one to place on my “keeper” shelf!

I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys contemporary romance with unique characters, fun dialogue, and a beautiful setting!

I received an advanced copy of this book through NetGalley for my honest review, which I have given. I was not required to write a positive review and have not been compensated for it in any way. All opinions expressed are my own.

Thank you so much for stopping by, again!  This is another of those books that I will most likely be buying myself a paper copy of to place on my keeper shelf (or in my case, the "keeper tote").  I just enjoyed it so much!  Anyway, links are below if you want to check it out further.

On a slightly more random note:
Kara already has the cover available for her next book, Can't Help Falling, which releases in October this year.  And it is so gorgeous!  So you know I'm not making this up, and so you can drool with me, here's the cover: (drums on the table)


See??  Isn't it just fabulous! (totally a rhetorical question)  I canNOT wait to snatch this one up!    

Okay, enough drooling now - links are now below this!  :)


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Sunday, April 24, 2016

My Review: A Fool and His Monet

I love this book title!

Serena Jones has a passion for recovering lost and stolen art--one that's surpassed only by her zeal to uncover the truth about the art thief who murdered her grandfather. She's joined the FBI Art Crime Team with the secret hope that one of her cases will lead to his killer. Now, despite her mother's pleas to do something safer--like get married--Serena's learning how to go undercover to catch thieves and black market traders.

When a local museum discovers an irreplaceable Monet missing, Jones leaps into action. The clues point in different directions, and her boss orders her to cease investigating her most promising suspect. But determined to solve the case and perhaps discover another clue in her grandfather's murder, she pushes ahead, regardless of the danger.

About the Author:
Sandra Orchard is the award-winning author of several inspirational romantic suspense/mysteries, including Deadly Devotion and Blind Trust. Her Love Inspired Suspense titles have garnered two Canadian Christian Writing Awards and a Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award. Sandra has also received a HOLT Medallion, a Word Award, and a Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery/Suspense. In addition to her busy writing schedule, Sandra enjoys speaking at events and teaching writing workshops. She lives in Ontario, Canada.

My Review: 3 stars
This is the first book I’ve ever read from Sandra Orchard and to be honest, it wasn’t a favorite. I’ve been in love with mysteries since reading all of the Nancy Drew books as a child, so of course this book sounded right up my alley. Though I didn’t wouldn’t declare it terrible, or awful, or anything of that degree, it just didn’t hold my attention and I found myself very willingly putting it down. I also didn’t find it as humorous as some have described it as being, so that was a bit of a disappointment, as well.

It’s very apparent that Ms. Orchard has put a huge amount of time and research into the investigative side of the story, something I very much appreciated. I enjoyed the extra details and the little known facts that popped up here and there. That being said, I sometimes found it to be a bit tedious, as the investigation seemed to just drag on with one false lead after another, none appearing to go anywhere. This went on for about half of the book, and I was quite excited when things actually began to happen and Serena began to make headway. I appreciated the realistic portrayal of a FBI search, but to me it seemed more than a bit boring and I struggled to keep my attention on the story.

This book is written from Serena’s view point, which worked out very well. I liked the author’s writing style and how she gave Serena such a distinctive personality. I found myself laughing a few times at her internal dialogue and liked getting to know her better. Her character is one I could easily see myself being friends with. There are also a myriad of other characters to meet, something that left me scratching my head more than once, trying to remember which name went with who, especially when it came to the case. I know that the author was trying to build the cast, since this is the first book in a series, but I found it more than a little confusing at times. I also didn’t particularly care for Serena’s aunt Martha. I’m sure I was supposed to find her humorous or endearing, but to be frank, I just found her annoying. I was also a little confused by the love triangle that seems to be starting here, with two possible heroes for Serena to eventually end up with. It just became a little overwhelming with everything else that was going on.

Despite my gripes, this really isn’t a bad book. It just wasn’t my cup of tea, a fact that colors my opinions. If you’re looking for a mystery reminiscent of Agatha Christie or maybe a bit of Murder, She Wrote, then you may very well find this book a delight. I was looking for something a little faster paced and with maybe a few less characters to keep up with, and didn’t find quite what I was hoping for.

I recommend this book if you enjoy complex mysteries.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for my honest review, which I have given. I was not required to write a positive review and all opinions expressed are my own.

Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by and read my review!  Obviously, this is just my opinion of this book.  I know numerous people have loved it and if you'd like to check out some of their reviews, you can find links below.  I don't want to put anyone off reading this book, simply because it wasn't my favorite.  I hope you'll consider giving it a go if it sounds like something you would enjoy.

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Friday, April 22, 2016

Why I love Captain America

Since the third Captain America movie is coming out in 14 days (yay!), I couldn’t resist doing this post. Be forewarned though, if you haven’t seen the first two movies, or either of the Avengers films, there will be some spoilers ahead and you may want to refrain from finishing this post. Those who have seen them, please proceed.

Reason number 1:
This -

*sigh* can all the ladies just agree that Chris Evans is nice to look at? (and all of the guys can groan now. Go ahead, you know you want to.)

Reason number 2: The shield.

Okay, so I love Cap’s shield. I admit it. I love the Iron Man suit and Thor’s hammer too. Yes, it’s a little weird, but I’m okay with that. I sit there and grin through the part of the first Captain America where he’s first working with the shield and he’s throwing it to knock guys out of trees and then it ricochets back to him. I mean, how cool is that?! And I really like how they’re letting the other characters use it a little bit here and there.

Reason number 3: He’s kind.

 No, seriously, before you roll your eyes. I know this isn’t exactly top of the list for superhero traits, but there’s this kindness about him. He cares for others and watches over them. He’s a protector. He dives onto a dummy grenade, trying to protect everyone before he realizes it’s a fake. Even when he’s angry with someone, he’ll still put them first (example, working with Iron Man/Stark - they don‘t always get along, but Cap still has his back).

Reason number 4: Character

You know, in the first movie, Steve wants to join the war effort. That’s kind of the beginning of the tale. And someone asks him if he wants to kill Nazis and he replies, “I don’t want to kill anyone. I don’t like bullies - I don’t care which side they‘re on.” He makes the decision to go through with the experiment because he hates war and injustice. He isn’t doing it because he’s been bullied all his life and he wants to show them up, but simply because he wants to help end the horror some people are facing. So reason 4, is that I love his strength of character. Even when the decision isn’t maybe the best one, he still tries to choose well and then make the best of it.

Reason number 5: A favorite line.

And I know some may disagree with this one, but I really appreciated his comment in the first Avengers movie when he replies to a comment from Romanov. She tells him that he may want to sit this one out and let Iron Man handle Thor and Loki. She says, “They’re practically gods.” Cap replies, “There’s only one God, ma’am. And I’m pretty sure He doesn’t dress like that.” No other comments have been made regarding God and belief in Him, except in the most vague ways, but I was really pleased that the writers chose to include that comment. It’s a reminder that Steve grew up in a era where believing in God was pretty much a given, and though he woke up 70 years later, his beliefs are still ingrained in him.

Note: Another of my favorite lines is: "If you get hurt, hurt 'em back.  If you get killed . . . walk it off."

Reason number 6: He’s a good friend. 

In the first movie, even when he believes his friend is dead, he refuses to completely give up hope and goes after him. Even while rescuing the other men from being lab rats for Hydra, he still asks after the friend he was told was dead. Then, in The Winter Soldier, he refuses to kill his best friend,. Even when it means he’ll probably die, he flat out denies the opportunity to save himself. He still remembers when Buckey was there for him and he remembers him as the friend he was, rather than the assassin he was brainwashed to be. I’m really curious to see how this continues to play out in the new movie. 

The rest of my thoughts (which are rather lengthy, just so you know):
Honestly, there isn’t much I don’t like about Cap, except the occasional cursing, but hey, this is Hollywood. Even the greatest superhero is going to let it slip once in a while, even after admonishing “someone” with “Language!” earlier in the film. I’m going to be honest, Steve is definitely one of my favorite superheroes, though I do like all of the Avengers to some degree. My other favorite is Bruce Banner. Not so much the Hulk side of it, as the character of Banner. He has some great lines in the films and I just really like him.

As a reader/writer, I also really enjoy watching the character of Captain America grow and change throughout the films. He starts out the first movie seeming to be little more than a boy, but by the end, he’s a man, in more ways than just his stature. He matures throughout the story, a by-product of war, I’m sure. He becomes a leader, stands up for what he believes is right, and manages to “save the day,” even though it means making the hard choice. Then in Avengers, he’s still figuring out everything. People, technology, the world after he wakes up 70 years later in a place that no longer feels like home. He’s a little off kilter, but that doesn’t mean he’ll sit anything out. The Winter Soldier explores his return to life further and felt a little darker to me than the first movie. There’s a lot of action in it, then his emotions with Buckey and just the entire thing, as he works to find his place in a world that doesn’t seem to really need him any longer. Then in Avengers: Age of Ultron, we see his biggest fear. Which after watching the movie 10 times (not even fudging that number), I’m pretty sure is not having a home. He feels he doesn’t belong. At some point, he’s called a “relic” (and I have no idea which movie that was in). But there’s this brokenness that seems to lurk just below the surface and is something else I’m really anxious to see come into play in Civil War.

When the Captain America comics were first created, WWII was going on and the writers wanted to give the people hope in some small way. So they created the “all American” superhero. The guy who punches Hitler in the face and protects the innocent. They created this guy who stands up in the face of evil and doesn’t back down from a fight. I think the writers in Hollywood have maybe made him a little more human and a little less perfect, which is probably another reason I love his character. He doesn’t come across as self-righteous, despite being such a “good” character. And I think the world could use a little more hope and kindness and goodness.

So, this didn’t end up as much of the fangirling post I was kind of intending it to be, except for top reason. That was totally fangirling. (maybe I’ll do one for Thor at some point - Chris Hemsworth is nice to look at, too. *mischievous smile*) But hopefully that’s okay, anyway.
Now, you're turn: What do you like/dislike about Cap? Is there anything I forgot to include that you‘d like me to add? Who is your favorite superhero? And are you going to go see Civil War when it hits theaters (in 14 days!)?

P.S. When I was looking for a picture of Chris Evans to use, I found this one and couldn't resist not sharing.  So here's your grin! picture! 

For legal reasons, I have to state that I own no rights to any of the photos used in this post.  I found them via Google.  No infringement is intended. 


Monday, April 11, 2016

My Review: Like Never Before

"Besides, half the time crazy is just another word for bold.  Or grand.  Or adventurous."
- Case Walker

Choosing just one quote to use for the opening was so hard!  But after reading through the ones I'd saved, I settled on this.  Some days, we all need a little "crazy" and someone to remind us that's okay. :)

Maple Valley became Amelia Bentley's haven after her heart and her dreams of a family were shattered.  But when the newspaper she runs is in danger of closing, she pins all her hopes on a story that just might convince the new owner to keep the paper running.
After his biggest campaign success yet, widowed speechwriter Logan Walker has the chance of a lifetime: a spot on a presidential campaign.  But first he has to return to his hometown to sell the newspaper he's suddenly inherited.

But instead of a quick sale, Logan finds himself helping Amelia chase her story.  She's scrappy, but wounded.  He's dependable, but lost.  And working together to break the story on Maple Valley's unsolved mystery is just the start of the sparks that fly in the office and in their hearts.

About the Author:
Melissa Tagg is a former reporter, current nonprofit grant-writer and total Iowa girl. She’s also a multi-published novelist. Her latest book, Like Never Before, was named by Publisher’s Weekly to their spring 2016 “Religion and Spirituality” Top 10 list. Melissa has taught at multiple national writing conferences, as well as retreats and workshops. When she’s not writing, she can be found hanging out with the coolest family ever–not that she’s biased–watching old movies, and daydreaming about her next book. Melissa loves connecting with readers at and on Facebook and Instagram.

My Review: 5 stars (be forewarned - fangirling will now commence)
Oh my goodness! I don’t even know where to start . . . .maybe with a really loud, “I loved this book!” all in caps! I came to adore Melissa’s writing when I first discovered her blog 2 years ago, I think. Then I fell in love with her books and she immediately became one of my very favorite authors! I wait all year for another of her books and then cheer when it arrives. They are always incredibly sweet and funny and witty and little heart wrenching all at once. She can take me from laughing, to almost crying, and back again. I reread her books when I’m having a rough day, simply because they make me smile, and this book is definitely no exception.

Like Never Before is the second book in Melissa’s Maple Valley series and I was so excited to return to this delightful town full of quirky people and sometimes odd festivals. I loved getting to visit with these characters who have become like family and meeting new ones to fall in love with. I don’t know how I’ll say “goodbye” to Maple Valley when the final book comes! I’m really hoping that there are two, or three, or maybe [insert number] books, before I have to deal with that.

The writing is exceptional, as always, and her details and descriptions still just blow me away! How she can create such beautiful scenes and bring every setting so fully to life within my imagination is one of my favorite things about her books. I love the mental images her words evoke and the uniqueness of how she describes even the smallest details. I also adored the dialogue between the characters! I was cracking up time and again at the witty comebacks and the situations the characters sometimes found themselves in the middle of.

Melissa creates such amazing characters, bright and colorful and full of life, and Amelia and Logan are perfect examples of that! Amelia is delightfully quirky and staunchly loyal to her people. She is sweet and stubborn, and curious and I just adored her! She’s found a home in Maple Valley, among people that recognize her, but she slowly realizes don’t truly know her. I immensely enjoyed getting to know her and see behind the mask she so carefully crafted. And Logan (sigh). I don’t even know where to start with him. He is incredibly swoony and I entirely understand the author’s major crush on her character now. If you’ve read the first book, then you may remember him a bit, though he wasn’t in it a huge amount. He is the steady sibling, or so it seemed. But the more I got to know him, the more I discovered who he really is - a great single father, a man trying to make decisions that pull him in so many different directions, and something of a lost soul. I loved how real he is, how open he forces himself to be. He’s trying so hard, but finally begins to realize that he doesn’t have to be strong every moment of every day. He is definitely making my mental list of all time favorite heroes!

There are so many quotes from this book that I’d love to share and do further fangirling, but I’ll stop here. I don’t want to take the chance of possibly spoiling something for someone, so I’ll stop babbling. My final comment to add is that I loved the wisdom woven through several of the conversations. It made me stop and think and so perfectly fit things going on in my own life. I greatly appreciate the fact that though this book is a work of fiction, it’s real. The words, the truth found within the pages touched my heart and I know this is a book that I’ll be reading again.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys romantic comedies!

Thank you SO much for taking the time to read my review!  I hope you enjoyed it, fangirling moments and all.  If you haven't read any of Melissa's books before, then we really need to do something about this horrifying deficiency if your life. 

If you'd like to find out more about this book and Melissa's other ones, there are links below.  Thanks again for stopping by!   Have a delightful day!


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