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Joint Review: The Bride Test by Helen Hoang

Joint Review: The Bride Test by Helen Hoang

The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang (Holly’s Review, Rowena’s Review) was one of our favorite reads of 2018, and Rowena and I were so excited when we got The Bride Test, the second book in the series. The Bride Test follows Khai Diep. Khai is mentioned in TKQ, though I don’t think we ever met […]

Guest Review: Stone Cold Heart by Laura Griffin

Guest Review: Stone Cold Heart by Laura Griffin

In the latest Tracers book from Laura Griffin, we’re back following a Delphi Center employee. This time it’s Sara Lockhart, a forensic anthropologist. There’s not much to say about the plot of the book that isn’t in the cover copy or that doesn’t spoil some of the mystery. This is a much more twisty, turny […]

Guest Review: In a Badger Way by Shelly Laurenston

Guest Review: In a Badger Way by Shelly Laurenston

More honey badgers! That should honestly be the tag line for this book, because anyone who glimpsed the MacKilligan sisters in Hot and Badgered should pretty much know what that means: lots of fighting and violent but devoted sisterly love. This book is about Stevie MacKilligan. Stevie is the genius in the family, the one […]

Review: Fumbled by Alexa Martin

Review: Fumbled by Alexa Martin

Fumbled is the second book in Alexa Martin’s Playbook series but it’s the first book that I’ve read by Martin. It definitely won’t be the last. I really enjoyed this one and am super glad that Tracy recommended this series to me. Poppy Patterson is a single mother who is just trying to do right […]

Review: The Key to Happily Ever After by Tif Marcelo

Review: The Key to Happily Ever After by Tif Marcelo

I’m a sucker for family drama’s and though I thought this book would be a lot lighter than the book actually was, it was still an enjoyable reading adventure. This book follows the de la Rosa sisters, Mari, Jane, and Pearl as they take on the running of the family wedding planning business. The story […]