My Favorite Relationships in Books

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Since today is Valentines Day I thought it would be fun to tell you guys my favorite relationships in books. Let’s just get right into the list which is in no particular order.  Also, this post will contain spoilers so read on with caution.

    1. Rebecca Brandon (Nee Bloomwood) and Luke Brandon


Book: Shopaholic Series by Sophie Kinsella

   Reason: I just love their relationship. They have their ups and downs but they are always there for each other when it matters. Also, Luke is able to put up with Becky who is a handful because she is so ridiculous but that is why he loves her and all the readers as well. It is never boring when Becky is around. One more thing Luke is husband goals. Continue reading “My Favorite Relationships in Books”


Top 5 Books of 2016

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Today I will be listing my top 5 books I read in 2016. I may have cheated a little because it is 5 books but only three authors. But hey these are the books I really enjoyed this year so this is what I am going with. This is in no particular order I will also add links to my review for each book.

1.The Sun is Also a Star by: Nicola Yoonfullsizerender-jpg

Genre: Contemporary/ Romance

Release Date: November 1, 2016

Rating: Goodreads~ 4.24  ME~4.5


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Review: The Sun is Also a Star by: Nicola Yoon

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This post is on my thoughts on The Sun is Also A Star by: Nicola Yoon. This post will also be different from my other reviews. The first part of this post will be spoiler free then I will go into some of my spoiler thoughts. Do not worry I will let you know when that happens so that you are not spoiled if you have not read The Sun is Also a Star yet. Now on to the review.

The Sun is Also a Star is about a girl named Natasha who thinks about everything in a very scientific way also Natasha and her family are being deported back to Jamaica that night. Then there is Daniel who is a dreamer that is trying to please his family, these two could not be any more different. These differences are the very thing that draws them together. Set in twelve hours Natasha and Daniel meet and Daniel is trying to make Natasha fall in love with him. This may be the main plot of this story but there is so much more to it. This book is told from multiple points of view, but it is done in a way that it is not confusing or annoying. Each perspective adds to the story in just the right way.
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