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Romanic Comedy
by Curtis Sittenfelt

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Loved it!

The Honeys
by Ryan La Sala

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I loved this book because it was creepy and sweet at the same time which is what I like. I think that it also had some good representation of LGBTQ+ characters.

Tress Of The Emerald Sea
by Brandon Sanderson

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This fairy tale is the newest addition to the Brandon Sanderson Cosmere universe but can be read as a standalone a story. The story reads as a light-hearted tale of true love in the style of William Goldman's timeless classic The Princess Bride. But Brandon Sanderson has a voice of his own and creates rich and wonderful characters on a completely novel and exciting world. Even if you have not read any of the other cosmere books, you will be able to follow and enjoy this book. However, aficionados of the Cosmere will be able to pick up on the many Easter eggs and references to elements of his past works in that universe. The unusual choice of using a single narrator does not hamper the elegant pacing of this story. Well I found some elements to be predictable, that didn't detract from my enjoyment of the storytelling and character development.

The Wife Between Us
by Greer Hendricks

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Mild psychological thriller - enough to keep you enthralled but not enough to keep you up at night - a perfect balance.

Book Lovers
by Emily Henry

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I enjoy this book. This was my 1st by the author that I was able to finished. I enjoyed it. There were surprising part of the books. I liked the setting of the town, it sound like a nice town. I also liked how storyline was Charlie and Nora , Libby and nora.

Just Mercy
by Bryan Stevenson

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This book was great as it talked about the racism in America and Bryan Stevenson talked about his past and his experiences as a lawyer who represented people who could not fight for themselves and were wrongly accused.

The Inheritance Games
by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

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The Inheritance Games is definitely a 4/5 .It is about a girl named Avery Kylie Grambs of New Castle Connecticut.She is poor.Her mom died, her dad is a no-show, and her half sister is the guardian.She is a good student that likes to be the invisible kid at her school.But when she goes to the principal office for the second time that week she finds out that she has inherited some money from a billionaire named Tobias Hawthorne, she fly's to texas to see what he left her.She thought that he would just give her a few thousand dollars and how life-changing that would be.But when they read he's will the numbers aren't adding up she realized she is the last person in the room that was not told what they had gotten.Forty-six point two billion dollars is what Tobias Hawthorne is worth and he gave it all to her, everything.Now it is up to Avery and Tobias Hawthorns grandsons to figure out why he gave her all he's money.They aren't even related......... or are they?

Encyclopedia Brown Cracks The Case
by Donald J. Sobol

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I never wanted to put it down!!! Totally awesome! Painted a great picture for me in my head

Realm Breaker
by Victoria Aveyard

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High fantastic adventure story. Protagonist is a teenage girl. Character development is marginal. The author has atendancey to lapse into long passages of exposition making the book hard to read. These chunks of description could have been replaced with the characters experiencing the settings. This would also help with character development. The story was fairly predictable and the motivations of the characters doesn't always make sense. I am not sure if I will continue this series. My expectations may be unreasonably elevated sine I have just been reading Brendan Sanderson, Robert Jordan and Leigh Bardugo.

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves: The Road To Neverwinter
by Jaleigh Johnson

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This book gives the backstory to the character Edgin from The Dungeons & Dragons Honor among Thieves movie. I was not really fond of this character in the movie, and I found his character in this book to be equally distasteful. The book was fine as a backstory of this character, but I continue to dislike the character in general. Understanding his backstory and motivations did not make me in any way more sympathetic to the character.