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Review: Amid the Winter Snow Anthology

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Genre: Romance – Fantasy and Paranormal

Series: No

Rating: 4/5

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I think it is easiest to draw these out into mini reviews for the four short stories. The entire collection is really solid, but the breakdowns give a better look at how they all shine.

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Review: Hamilton’s Battalion: A Trio of Romances

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Genre: Historical Romance

Series: Nope

Rating: 4.5/5 Stars

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If you are anything like me then you love Hamilton and will consume a lot of things set around Hamilton. This collection is ON POINT. It is one of the best short story collections I have read. Below I’m going to talk about each short story in some detail without spoilers.

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Review: Sanctuary (Beards and Bondage #2) by Rebekah Weatherspoon

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I’m going to open my first official review on this by telling you I love Rebekah Weatherspoon’s writing ahead of time. I first discovered her through the fit trilogy (which I need to finish what is wrong with me). I’ve been a fan of her writing since then especially since she writes such different stories from what you may expect in a ‘traditional’ contemporary romance.

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Reading Recaps

A Mid Year Review Part 1: Books 1-25

Hi there. I’ve started to book blog again. It’s been a while and I’ve dabbled on and off in this hobby, but reading has always been a constant in my life. So here I am ready to share my insane reading habits.

What better way to kick off my blog than with a recap of the first 25 books I read this year. I pretty much spent the last 6 months like this…

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and then you know like this because look at these books!!

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Check out below for the first 25 books I’ve read this year!

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