Review: Untouchable by Talia Hibbert

Talia Hibbert is back with a sequel to her small town series Ravenswood and this time she’s tying up the fate of Hannah Kabbah and Nate Davis in Untouchable. Nate knows Hannah is untouchable territory. She’s…

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Review: Running with Lions by Julian Winters

Julian Winters’ debut is everything I’ve been anticipating and more. Queer cast? Check. Complex friendships? Check. Interesting lead that stirred my emotions? Check. Whether you go in because you want to support #ownvoices work, or…

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Review: Pretending He’s Mine by Mia Sosa

Pretending He’s Mine is a trope-loving reader’s dream that revolves around Ashley, who’s had the biggest torch for her brother’s best friend/agent Julian, who has nowhere to go but his place. Forced proximity, realizing dreams and…

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Review: Grumpy Fake Boyfriend by Jackie Lau

Jackie Lau’s first romance book Grumpy Fake Boyfriend is a delightful contemporary with an introverted sci-fi writer named Will. Will agrees to be his best friend’s younger sister, Naomi, boyfriend for a weekend. Meet Will. He…

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Character Interview: Leila & Sarika, The Girl and the Grove

Hello, little foxes! Welcome to Let’s Fox About It’s first character interview with Leila and Sarika, the dynamic duo at the center of Eric Smith’s The Girl and the Grove, which came out on May 8…

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