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Opposites Attract series by Rachel Higginson - 5 Stars

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I had the opportunity to meet this amazing human being at an author even this June and I got the first book in the series while there. It sounded way to good to be  left behind and it did not disappoint. I sat on my couch and read for 6 hours straight all the while either smiling or laughing. It was fabulous! More so, the books that followed were just as good.

The Traitor's Ruin by Erin Beaty - 4.5 Stars

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This was as lovely as The Traitor's Kiss. If you liked the first book you will like this one just as much. It had a beautiful romance, it was full of the same witty and clever scenes, the same beloved characters, and it had some new ones you won't be able not to fall in love with.

A Wolf Apart by Maria Vale- 3 Stars [arc review]

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When was the last time you read a book and just didn't know what to say? I am a little lost here. The parts of the book that were good were not just good, they were perfect. And the parts that weren't good truly bored me. My emotions and opinions in this book are all over the place and I am struggling to settle on a score... That being said, one thing is certain: have you seen the book cover? I love it!

War Storm by Victoria Aveyard - 2 Stars (Red Queen #4)

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Holly Mother of Pearl... this was LONG! This book is a beast, my wrists hurt from holding this massive thing.  There were a few good things about it but sadly the book felt short, specially the ending. I loved The Red Queen and King's Cage , but Glass Sword and War Storm let the series down big time.

Sixth Street Bands books 1-4 by Jayne Frost

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Think you can read four books in four days? With this series it is easy, these books have a natural flow to them. It is an easy and pleasurable read.
The boys from the Sixth Street Bands Series all have very different and unforgettable personalities. They are all lovable on their own way. And of-course, they are all drop dead gorgeous. It reminded of my all time favorite, The Stage Dive Boys by Kylie Scott! And since there is another book coming out soon... Get on with it Sunnies 🌞

Obsidio by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufmann - 2.5 Stars

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This pains me more than it pains you. Trust me on that.
I LOVED Illuminae and Gemina. Could not stop raving about it! Obsidio however? nope. Can't say I loved it. The book was predictable from beginning to end and more than once I considered putting it aside and reading something else. Why did I carry on? Because I still love Kady, Hannah, Nik, Ezra, and Ella. Because I needed to know how their stories ended. It was worth it, but gosh it was painful at times!

One Wild Night by Rebecca Shea and A.L. Jackson - 4 stars

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I love everything Rebecca Shea writes and this was no different. It is a very short little book but it packed plenty. It was fun to read, fast paced, sweet and sexy...  If you are looking for a short read one of these nights, definitely give this little beauty a try.

Dragon in the Blood (Vale of Stars #2) by Juliette Cross

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Hello Sunnies! I have missed my paranormal romance books, so this was a fabulous change of pace. Two days of bliss!  Waking the Dragon & Dragon in the Blood by Juliette Cross were fabulous reads and I cannot recommend it enough. There is action, there is romance, there are hot dragon-hybrid males....What is not to love? 😍

Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller -5 Stars

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I am late to the party I know... but it is hard to get so many books read at once. I am sure all of you book fanatics understand that :) Daughter of the Siren Queen is the conclusion to Daughter of the Pirate King. If you liked the first book there is no way you are not going to love this one too!

Heart of Glass by Nicole Jacquelyn - 4 Stars [arc review]

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Heart of Glass was a really sweet read. Trevor's and Morgan's story was touching and memorable.

Bad for You by J. Daniels - A Masterpiece

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Holly Mother of Romance!!!!
If you are not on the verge of tears by page 5... well, that won't happen. And it gets more emotional, more touching, and more wonderful as the story progresses. This was a Masterpiece!