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Why in 5: Make It Count by Megan Erickson

Make It Count by Megan Erickson ( web | tweet ) Book 1 of Bowler University series. Publication Date: June 3, 2014 Publisher: William Morrow Impulse Pages: 384 Target audience: Mature young adult/New Adult Keywords: college, tutoring, learning disability, romance, friendship Format read: ARC from Publisher via Edelweiss. (Thanks!) Summary: Kat is desperate for help […]

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#lonelyheartsclub: a review in tweets

The Lonely Hearts Club, a new NA novel from Brenda Janowitz, really kicks into gear when the main character, Jo, blogs about how love is a total sham. Her boyfriend has just broken up with her after she’s loaned him money and let him live in her dad’s loft for free. (Truth: she’s living there for […]

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Why in 5: Unraveled by Jen Frederick

Unraveled by Jen Frederick ( web | tweet) Part of Woodlands series; read out of order. Publication Date: January 18, 2014 Publisher: Pear Tree LLC Pages: 280 Target audience: New Adult Keywords: military, life decisions, young widow, risks Format read: ARC provided by PR. (Thanks!) Summary: Gray is on leave from the Marines as he […]

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Estelle: Stir Me Up by Sabrina Elkins

Stir Me Up by Sabrina Elkins ( web | tweet ) Publication Date: October 1, 2013 Publisher: Harlequin Teen Pages: 268 Target audience: Young adult/mature Keywords: Marines, cooking, post-high school fears Format read: ARC from Publisher via NetGalley! (Thanks!) Summary: When Cami’s stepmom’s nephew, Julian, is terribly injured in Afghanistan, he moves into Cami’s bedroom […]

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NA Slumber Party | 3:AM Kisses by Addison Moore

Ready for some hair braiding, pillow fights, and sexy talk? I’m so excited to host our first NA Slumber Party with some fantastic ladies: Asheley from Into the Hall of Books, Betty from Book Rock Betty, Cassie from Books with Cass, and Kelly from Belle of the Literati. So what does this mean exactly? A […]

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