Say You Still Love Me – ARC Review

Synopsis – Goodreads Life is a mixed bag for Piper Calloway. On the one hand, she’s a twenty-nine-year-old VP at her dad’s multibillion-dollar real estate development firm, and living the high single life with her two best friends in a swanky downtown penthouse. On the other hand, she’s considered a pair of sexy legs in…

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How to Hack a Heartbreak – ARC Review

Female coder badassery might just be the best thing about this book! Dating Apps might just be the worst/best thing for a twenty-something year old like me. JerkAlert might just be the smartest not-yet invented idea yet. Mel Strickland is one word is my, shero!

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You’ve Been Volunteered – ARC Review

You’ve Been Volunteered is a continuation of Laurie Gelman’s first book, Class Mom which I immediately fell in love with back in 2017. And you wouldn’t believe, the joy I felt when I discovered, we’d be graced with a second book in the hilarious debauchery of Jenn Dixon’s life.

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Call It What You Want – ARC Review

Rob was once the quintessential High School student-athlete. That was until his father was accused of embezzling money from people in their community and, his peers treated Rob like he was the one responsible or at least he was in on it.
Maegan wasn’t at the top of the high school chain but she sure wasn’t loved by many after she cheated on her SATs. Which resulted in those students who were taking the test with her, having to retake the SATs.

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Serious Moonlight – ARC Review

Bennett’s writing style is equal parts captivating as it is informative. I’m not sure the length or extent of research she does for each story but it completely shows. What I appreciate the most is that she’s somehow mastered the art of appealing to those of us who love more character-driven stories and to those who favor plot and more plot-driven stories.

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Breaking His Rules – ARC Review

Slow burn romances be damned because this book was hot hot hot! And I loved every tantalizing minute of it. The plot may be somewhat cliché and predictable. But it had all the aspects of a good romance that was equal parts sexual tension and an emotional rollercoaster.

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March ’19 Wrap Up

Hey there Booklovers! How did your reading months go? For this month, I’d decided to do something different. I asked my followers on bookstagram (@kimbookwyrm) to help me choose my books for the month of March. I unfortunately didn’t get to finish all the books chosen but I definitely stuck to my monthly TBR list…

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Yes She Can: 10 Stories of Hope & Change from Young Female Staffers of the Obama White House – ARC Review

Synopsis – Goodreads Return to President Obama’s White House in this anthology for young women by young women, featuring stories from ten inspiring junior staffers who joined his administration right out of college with the hope of making a difference. Meet ten amazing young women who were so inspired by Barack Obama’s inclusive feminist politics…

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February ’19 Wrap Up

Hello Booklovers, This month has been a successful reading month. Since it was Black History Month, I made the decision to read books written by Black authors and other POC authors. I enjoyed almost all of the books I got my hands on this month. So, let’s jump in! Physical/ Print Books Becoming by Michelle…

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