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Aug 16
{Review+Giveaway} The Rules of Persuasion by @AmityHopeAuthor ‏@EntangledPub @EntangledTeen

{Review+Giveaway} The Rules of Persuasion by @AmityHopeAuthor ‏@EntangledPub @EntangledTeen

The Rules of Persuasion is a young adult contemporary romance from Amity Hope. It follows one of my favorite tropes…the fake relationship trope. But this one starts out with a little blackmail, which is always fun. The Rules of Persuasion was a cute read that I really enjoyed. Meg and Luke are the main characters of The Rules of Persuasion, and I have to say they were really interesting. Together and separately. First off, let me say that I really loved both of them. I think they are awesome people, but darn it if I didn’t not disagree with Meg once or twice. What I did like about the two of them was how strong of personalities they both had. Meg has no problem putting Luke in his place when he tries to steamroll her and get his way. Instead of the bad boy, meg was the bad girl. But it worked out. Meg and Luke balanced each other out. They were each so good for the other one. I also loved… Read more »

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Oct 05
{Review+Giveaway} 12 Steps to Mr. Right by @CindiMadsen @EntangledPub

{Review+Giveaway} 12 Steps to Mr. Right by @CindiMadsen @EntangledPub

12 Steps to Mr. Right is a fantastic romantic comedy by Cindi Madsen. I really, really loved this book. It reminded me of a mash up of (the sister of) How to Lose a Guy in 10 days and He’s Just not That into You. I think 12 Steps to Mr. Right is screaming to be made into a movie. Savannah’s voice would make an amazing rom com movie character. If you are a fan of romantic comedies, this is a must read book for you. (and if you are like me and stuck in a hurricane watch/state of emergency, this is the perfect book to snuggle under the covers with and watch the rain and wind blow all around you.) 12 Steps to Mr. Right is told from Savannah’s point of view, and I absolutely LOVED her. She is smart, and driven and so poised. Not to mention she has a great sense of humor. That was what I liked the most about the dynamic between her and Linc…. Read more »

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Aug 26
{Review+Giveaway} Seducing the Boss by Mari Carr

{Review+Giveaway} Seducing the Boss by Mari Carr

Seducing the Boss is an adult contemporary romance by Mari Carr. I picked this book up because I loved the summary, but I didn’t love the title (still don’t because I don’t believe that really fits the tone of the story) and I don’t love the cover, but I wanted to give it a shot because the summary sounded like it would be a cute romance that I would enjoy. I think I should have trusted my gut on this one, because while I did like it a little, I didn’t love it. I will say that I seem to be the odd one out on this opinion because on goodreads everything I saw was 4 or 5 stars. Seducing the Boss is told in dual narrative between Sara and Kellum. I think part of my problem is that I just didn’t love Kellum. I know, go ahead and stone me now, but I found him to be kind of a shallow jerk. Especially at the start of the story,… Read more »

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Feb 19
{Review} A Friendly Flirtation by Christine Warner @ChristinesWords @EntangledPub

{Review} A Friendly Flirtation by Christine Warner @ChristinesWords @EntangledPub

A Friendly Flirtation is the third book in Friends First series by Christine Warner. I had no idea even while I was reading A Friendly Flirtation that it was the third book in a series, so I am can confidently say that each book reads 100% as a standalone. I really enjoyed A Friendly Flirtation; it was well written, had great characters and was a trope that I have really been enjoying lately. In fact, I want to read more best friend’s sister stories. (so leave me recommendations of your favorites in the comments below.) The first two books in the series are about Jared’s brothers. They each do make a guest appearance in the story in one scene, but other than that they don’t really play any type of role. A Friendly Flirtation is told in dual narrative between Alison and Jared, although there were more chapters from Allison’s point of view. I really enjoyed that this story didn’t start off on a completely predictable foot. We start the… Read more »

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