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Get a Life, Chloe Brown – Book Review

By: Talia Hibbert My Goodreads Review: 3/5 Stars “I started feeling afraid of my own body, like it was a torture chamber I’d been trapped inside.” My Summary: Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert is a story about Chloe Brown, a woman who suffers from a chronic illness called Fibromyalgia. This is an…

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Big Summer – Book Review

By: Jennifer Weiner My Goodreads Review: 2/5 Stars “But if, in the end, she never lived the glittering, rich-lady life of her youthful imaginings, she’d have a life that made her happy.” My Summary Big Summer by Jennifer Weiner is a story about a woman named Daphne and her life as a plus-size woman. Daphne…

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Last, Current, Next

I haven’t posted much about my reading journey, so I thought I would post something today! I have ordered so many new books for the summer and can’t wait to get started, but here is how my July began: Last Read– Big Summer by: Jennifer Weiner This book had been on my TBR list for…

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People We Meet on Vacation – Book Review

By: Emily Henry My Goodreads rating: 4.5/5 stars “Like a good book or an incredible outfit, being on vacation transports you into another version of yourself.” My Summary: Poppy and Alex are two very different people.  Poppy is a party theme loving extrovert, and Alex is an introvert who enjoys reading at home.  Their first…

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The Silent Patient – Book Review

By: Alex Michaelides My Goodreads Review: 4/5 Stars “…we often mistake love for fireworks – for drama and dysfunction. But real love is very quiet, very still. It’s boring, if seen from the perspective of high drama. Love is deep and calm – and constant.” My Summary: Theo Faber, a psychotherapist, whose captivated by a…

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A Happy Catastrophe- Book Review

Goodreads review: 4 / 5 stars A Happy Catastrophe is a sequel to the book Matchmaking for Beginners by Maddie Dawson. You don’t need to read the first book to read this one, but it would definitely help in understanding the characters better. “And how many times do I have to tell you? Whatever happens,…

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