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Text Me Baby One More Time by Teagan Hunter [ARC REVIEW]

Text Me Baby One More TimeGenres: New Adult, Romance Comedy
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: February 10th 2019
Source: Inkslinger PR
Format: eARC
Rating: fangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstars

I love you, he said.
Forever, he said.
Turns out, he lied.

When he leaves me high and dry after a cross-country move, I push him out of my life as much as I can, which is hard to do when the guy who broke your heart also happens to be the most famous dude in town.

After a disastrous year, he’s aiming to rehab his reputation, and I just so happen to be aiming for a promotion at the paper.

So, we strike a deal, and it’s a win-win all around.

Besides, what’s the harm in a few dates to charity galas anyway?

He’s arrogant, a total jerk. There’s no way I’ll fall for him…again.

I used to love him. Now I hate him…I think.

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Teaching Tucker by Jillian Quinn [ARC REVIEW]

Teaching Tucker (Face-Off Legacy Book 3)Genres: New Adult, Sports Romance
Publisher: Penn Publishing
Publication Date: February 6th 2019
Source: Author, Enticing Book Journey Promotions
Format: eARC
Rating: fangirlstarsfangirlstars

After a drunken hookup, I never thought I would see Tucker again… 
Until he strolls into my classroom like he owns the school. 
He handed out orgasms like it was his job. 
Now, it’s my turn to grade him. 

I’m a teaching assistant until the end of the semester. 
A position I scored because I’m a goody-two-shoes. 
Not the girl who sleeps with smoking hot hockey players. 

But he’s failing the class, and I can help him pass. 
So we come to an agreement. 
One that ends with us breaking all the rules… 
And if I’m not careful, my heart. 

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Mini-Reviews Monday #5

Mini-Reviews Monday is a monthly series in which I attempt to get caught up on reviews in bulk. These reviews are a highlight reel instead of an in-depth look into my time reading these novels. If you would like an in-depth version of my review, let me know in the comments!

#Awestruck (#Lovestruck #3)#Awestruck by Sariah Wilson

Genres: New Adult, Sports Romance
Publisher: Montlake Romance
Publication Date: Jane 8th 2019
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Format: ebook
Rating: DNF

This was a buddy read with Soph and I honestly have no words to describe how much it pained me to get to 36% before I couldn’t take it anymore. None of the characters felt real or authentic; their actions are super fake and doesn’t fit the plot or background stories of their characters. We also get another fake relationship that is hella fake (like my nonexistent love life feels more real than whatever this was trying to be). Honestly I just wanted to shoot myself in the foot the entire time. I did take a peak at the ending to see if it was worth continuing to pull my teeth out but the ending is just hella messy and doesn’t even sound realistic under the circumstances. Not a fan was I. Continue reading “Mini-Reviews Monday #5”

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[Bloggers In The Attic] Sunday Tea: Required Reading

The Bloggers in the Attic is a discussion chain. And what is a discussion chain? Well, it’s pretty simple and with few steps.

Me and other eleven bloggers united together to discuss a common topic, covering the whole arc of February, and sharing our unique perspective. I created the initiative with the wish to create a discussion space that could explore a normal topic for different part of the world.

The rules to participate are pretty simple. So, if you ever wish to take part in the future discussion, please just comment under Camilla’s introduction and first post. Every topic will be discussed bi-monthly, so the next round will be up in April. There’s plenty of time to join in, but the best option is always to enter early. Also, take a look to the group banner!

Learn more about Camilla’s discussion chain in her post (The Bloggers in the Attic ||Social issue and required reads in Italy) here!  Also, don’t forget to check out the previous post in the chain from Isabelle @ Bookwyrm Bites and the next one on the 12th from Dany @ Dany’s Book Blog

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The Journey Began With My Mom

Coming from a homeschooled than charter school background, required reading has been a part of my educational journey since I first began to learn to read. My parents (especially my Mom) were adamant that their children would learn to love the written word, and from a very young age we were handed books instead of games to pass away the boredom. Continue reading “[Bloggers In The Attic] Sunday Tea: Required Reading”