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Destination Love #BookReview

I think this is the first book I have read, that takes place in New Zealand, and I loved that. It definitely added to the story. I could really imagine being with Faith and Dean. This is definitely a great read for Summer, and if you read it while at the beach, even better. It is a quick and satisfying read. 
You get to go on a journey with Faith and Dean, as they work to overcome their pasts, and forge a future together. They each have much to learn, and much to overcome, so they can take advantage of their undeniable attraction to one another.
I definitely recommend that you read this. Read it at the beach, if you can, and if not maybe just enjoy a beachy drink, while you read about this wonderful love story. 

Book: Destination Love Series: Beach Reads Romance Series Author: Toya Richardson Genre: Contemporary Romance Release Day: 1st June
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Synopsis A woman running from her past. A man with a broken heart. A new future could give them a seco…

Bolt Saga Volume 1 #BookReview

I am sure you remember the Misadventures Series, that I have been telling y'all about. Remember the Superhero one? Remember how supernatural stuff is not my favorite, and I tend to struggle to get into it, but how the Super Hero misadventures had really captivated me, and left me wanting more? Well, more is here.
You absolutely must read the Bolt Saga from Angel Payne. One of the best things is that volume one will give you three parts of the story. So, you just need to run out and grab this, and read it, and enjoy it, and discuss it with me. I still think that I am not a huge supernatural romance lover, but that I could read nearly anything, as long as Angel Payne writes it. She has an amazing writing style. I feel like I know her characters, and that I am watching everything unfold right in front of me. 
I think you will find yourself enjoying this journey, with Emma and Reece, as they seek out their own happily ever after. There are plenty twists, turns, struggles, and passion…

Tied Down #BookReview

Today, I am telling you about the newest  release in the Nailed Down Series. Tied Down is written by Chelle Bliss and Eden Butler. A few things.... I enjoy both series books and standalone books. Lately, as you can probably tell, I have been reading quite a few series books, and I am starting to love it. I like getting more than just one book's worth of information about a character/group of characters. I am also starting to really enjoy certain authors, that even just a year ago, I had not read anything by. Chelle Bliss is one of those authors. She and Eden managed to create a seamless tale with Tied Down. I worried I would be confused by multiple writing styles in one story, but they blended their writing together perfectly.
Tied Down is a page turner. Once I started reading it, I did not want to quick, and every spare chance I got, I was reading it, until I finished the last page. I actually read the last two chapters twice, because I just needed to read it once more. To really…

Surprise #UseYourWords

Today’s post is June's Use Your Words post. This is how it works: participating bloggers picked four to six words or short phrases for someone else to craft into a post. All words must be used at least once and all the posts will be unique as each writer has received their own set of words. That is the challenge, here is a fun twist; no one who is participating knows who got their words and in what direction the writer will take them. Until now.


My words are:
lately ~ mint ~ sold as is ~ work ~ bumped ~ clasp
It was submitted by: https://climaxedtheblog.blogspot.com (Thank you, Jenniy!!!)
Surprise! Haha! If you have followed my blog for any length of time, and you have seen my UYW posts, you know that they are a mix of random posts. I have done poetry, I have done questions and answers, I have done short blurbs about our life, I have written pieces of a short story series, and plenty of other things. So, I am sure it comes as no surprise, that I decided to revisit one of my past UYW t…