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Kiss Me in Paris by Catherine Rider // A beautiful story about Paris and moving on

4 stars Serena has just flown all the way to Paris for a special pre-Christmas weekend with her sister, Lara. They plan to retrace the steps of their parents’ long-ago honeymoon in Paris, and create a scrapbook for their bereaved mother to remember it by. It’s supposed to be serious sister bonding…until Lara takes off…… Continue reading Kiss Me in Paris by Catherine Rider // A beautiful story about Paris and moving on

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Mini Contemporary Reviews // A Thousand Perfect Notes, Chemistry Lessons, If You Don’t Have Anything Nice To Say and more

If you couldn’t already tell by the title, I’ve read a LOT of contemporary novels recently. I started to write reviews for some of them but realized I didn’t have that much to say so I decided to smush five mini reviews into one post in order to tell you my thoughts about them. I’ve…… Continue reading Mini Contemporary Reviews // A Thousand Perfect Notes, Chemistry Lessons, If You Don’t Have Anything Nice To Say and more

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Playing With Matches by Hannah Orenstein // A rom-com gone wrong

 2.5 stars Named a Best Book of Summer by Refinery 29, Bustle, and PopSugar “The best rom-com of the season…overflowing with charm and heart.”—Bustle “The perfect Summer read—smart, funny, escapist, and bursting with charm.”—PopSugar In the tradition of Good in Bed and The Assistants comes a funny and smart comedy about a young matchmaker balancing her messy personal life and the demands…… Continue reading Playing With Matches by Hannah Orenstein // A rom-com gone wrong

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The Kissing Booth // it’s actually quite problematic

The Kissing Booth is a Netflix movie starring Joey King, Joel Courtney and Jacob Elordi. It’s based on a novel of the same name by Beth Reekles. The movie came out in May and a few of my friends really enjoyed it which is why I decided to watch it as well. I have a…… Continue reading The Kissing Booth // it’s actually quite problematic

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Shameless King by Maya Hughes // it’s out today!

 3.5 stars Goodreads A deliciously steamy enemies with benefits romance. Declan McAvoy. Voted Biggest Flirt. Highest goal scorer in Kings of Rittenhouse Prep history. Everyone’s impressed, well except one person… After a blow out in high school, Makenna Halstead and I were happy to never have to cross paths again. Except life has a way…… Continue reading Shameless King by Maya Hughes // it’s out today!

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Soulmates by Holly Bourne // like delirium without the dystopia

3 stars   Every so often, two people are born who are the perfect matches for each other. Soulmates. But while the odds of this happening are about as likely as being struck by lightning, when these people do meet and fall in love…thunderstorms, lightning strikes and lashings of rain are only the beginning of their…… Continue reading Soulmates by Holly Bourne // like delirium without the dystopia

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The Hating Game by Sally // a rom-com in book form

4 stars Nemesis (n.) 1) An opponent or rival whom a person cannot best or overcome; 2) A person’s undoing; 3) Joshua Templeman. Lucy Hutton and Joshua Templeman hate each other. Not dislike. Not begrudgingly tolerate. Hate. And they have no problem displaying their feelings through a series of ritualistic passive aggressive maneuvers as they…… Continue reading The Hating Game by Sally // a rom-com in book form