A Review On By the Book by Jasmine Guillory

When Isabelle Marlowe unexpectedly volunteers to get the rich and bad reputation Beau Towers to write his memoir. So, when she travels to sunny California from the cold harsh winter qof New York, a blossoming friendship between Beau and Isabelle is the last thing on her mind. I gave By the Book five stars, loving the relationship between Beau and Izzy. The hate sizzled between them but they couldn’t help discovering what works for them.

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A Review On When the World Runs Dry by Nancy F. Castaldo

When the World Runs Dry gives us the facts and information that shows us how much the world is in need of better health and recovery. The way Nancy F. Castaldo helps me understand that there is much more struggle in the world and in various communities than meets the eye. I gave When the World Runs Dry five stars, really enjoying and learning so much from this book. I was able to highlight so much and take notes on the fact that I felt embarrassed that there

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A Review On Mistletoe and Mr. Right By Sarah Morgenthaller

When Lana Montgomery, one of the richest people in town makes a promise to catch a mysterious moose that seems to be destroying christmas related items around town, Rick can’t help but fall in love with her, his dream woman and from their, maybe catch a moose together. Mistletoe and Mr. Right showcases the friends to lovers romance that seems to just not want to stay in the friendzone. Read More