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loved it

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Reviewed: 16-03-2020

Beau is a complex character I wanted to see into and this story delivered. Shelly makes your heart hurt but her resilience and strong will to overcome the complusions and be able to touch her loved ones. I loved how patient and caring he is and so is her with her blunt words and genuine expressions as is her artistic genius. I loved them so much.

Journey to self

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Reviewed: 27-02-2020

This book is intense. It's heavy, its thrilling, its eye opening and it's apologetic as Tomi Adeyemi merges the world black people live in today to that of the Maggi. Hope and loss and promise of triumph weaves in and out. Zeile is a warrior in her own right but death, loss and roadblocks caused by prejudice just keeps heaping on and on every way she turns. The journey to bring magic back along with princess Amari whose blood is the same as the man who has left familes desolate and divided, is a challenge. There are triggers for some people but the story is well written and engaging. I loved very minute of it even as I wept and was too angry in parts

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All charm and love

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Reviewed: 14-02-2020

King of charm from Tennessee meets the reigning queen with her dimples and charismatic charm without even trying on the road lost and packing talent ad they new IT girl in hollywood and he wants to keep the down to earth woman for himself.  Dating in the public eye comes with hyenas but every lion must keeo its kill if to renain the top of the feeding zone and kindness and being good people triumphs so well in this story. Rising above the awful shitty people and making good

Swoon and laugh and fall hard.

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Reviewed: 14-02-2020

Cletus never saw Jennifer coming and she sucker punched him in all the surpise places in life hard. He's used to black mailing people and keeping subtle scores, plays dumb but is so smart, will fight bullies and try not to lose his cool, enter the Banana Cake Queen. Being a wallflower has its perks and she wields her will so well, Cletus helping her gind het voice and stand up to her parents is a journey to jump on. These two are so well matched the feels were overflowing.

Loved it

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Reviewed: 29-01-2020

This pair is so entertaining. Theo is all off scorned man and is so relatable while Laney is one hell of a strong headed driven hilarious woman. I laughed so hard while reading this book and felt so much as their friendship grew and blossomed into a relationship with such a strong base that even as things went belly up they still could find their way back to each other. The way Kate Stewart weaves the growth of these two as they question their character and mould into people who break but are strong to fix themselves.

Slice of closure

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Reviewed: 20-01-2020

When all books end and there's no need for another long narration of an epilogue this snippets of letters of where characters are now in a filthy love letter from one to another gave me lots of closures. the reassurance that they atr doing well, making it work after the last page was read and their happiness is still going was just so appreciated.

Amnesia bumps

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Reviewed: 20-01-2020

Losing your memories isn't anything anyone wants and this story is so beautifully written. The stress, the sadness, the anger, the frustrations of not just her trying to piece her recent past together but her friends and family. Reconciliation after something you don't remember doing of screwing up is hard but how she navigates that, to find peace and a second chance at love and answers that all come nearly too close to a death had me hooked. plus broody boyfriend with tattoos and the rare dimpled smiles, hehe.

loved it

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Reviewed: 20-01-2020

Friends to lovers story, filled with a whole sweet sigh-esque feels but all naughty and precarious what with trying to keep it all under the radar so brother dearest doesn't notice. but there comes a time on life where respect and need for ones happiness that trumps worrying about hurting your best friend, and relationships formed after friendships last a long time and I loved this. they just click.

Redemption is for all

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Reviewed: 20-01-2020

Nathan sure has had it hard since the death of his dad and stepping up to be the man of the house. choices were made that his conscience rejects but to feed his family he had to, when hope comes his way he clutches his with both hands but fumbles things a little. But I love the redeeming qualities this story puts forth. life is hard but taking a way outs chance when presented can turn things around and pull out of a deep hell hole and these two deserved it.

Loved it

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Reviewed: 12-01-2020

I waited for this second part like a starved person and every word, every emotion, every revelation and despair was felt. The glass in which Kennedy Ryan pushes us to observe humanity and how we do things and what catalysts trigger such actions is such a brilliant conclusion to this tale, that is a romance but also an examination of soany things. I cried, I hoped, I anguished, I celebrated but most of all I learned a little more about interaction.