Review: Death of a Bachelor by M. A. Hinkle

Death of a Bachelor is M. A. Hinkle’s first book, but I definitely see myself going back for more of incredibly constructed character relationships and banter. I received an eARC of Death of a Bachelor…

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Hearts Unbroken

Review: Hearts Unbroken by Cynthia Leitich Smith

I love a good journalism novel, especially one with a scrappy teenage reporter. Hearts Unbroken did a lot of great things, and it was great to read this ownvoices Mvskoke novel. I received an eARC…

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Review: Counterpoint by Anna Zabo

Anna Zabo’s newest novel is a whirlwind of attraction, trust and soft heroes that’ll turn you into mush. Join Dominic and Adrian in Counterpoint, a steamy Rockstar romance that gives you both the exhilarating and…

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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: Contour by Meg Harding

Meg Harding’s Contour is a contemporary romance with Jamie, a genderfluid YouTube sensation who’s all about being out and proud and Tyler, an Instagram Famous model who’s more than just a hot tatted-up body and…

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Review: The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang

Helen Hoang has started her publishing career off with a bang with The Kiss Quotient. This is the autistic romance I’ve waited my whole life to read as an autistic woman much like Stella. I received an…

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