ARC Review: Maggie Moves On

Maggie Moves On by Lucy Score Publication Date: 21 June 2022 A Jennesaisreads Starred Review Maggie Moves On came to me at just the perfect moment. I won't say I was in a reading slump, but I did feel like I had a particular itch that hadn't recently been scratched. I couldn't really pinpoint what... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Autoboyography

Autoboyography by Christina Lauren Audiobook narration by Deacon Lee Well, Christina Lauren, you have officially broken me with this sweet, tender, beautiful story. I don't really have any words to say in the form of an official review, because typing through tears is difficult. I can only say that these characters are so lovely and... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Happy for You

Happy for You by Claire StanfordPublication Date: 19 April 2022 ⭐ A Jennesaisreads Starred Review ⭐ Deeply introspective and insightful, Claire Stanford's debut novel, Happy for You, forces us to take a good, hard look at the concept of happiness and how, or even if, it can be measured. Half Jewish and half Japanese, Evelyn... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: She Gets the Girl

She Gets the Girl by Rachael Lippincott and Alyson DerrickPublication Date: 05 April 2022 I requested an ARC of this title because the blurb had me hooked with some of my favorite things: a sapphic, opposites attract, enemies to lovers, trying to get the wrong girl romance? Sign me up! But this book was so... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Hunt Her

Hunt Her (Come for Me Book 2) by Kelly FinleyPublication Date: 24 March 2022 Oh, Charlie girl, you're in it now... If you've been around here for a bit, you know how much I am loving Kelly Finley's Come for Me series, starring the most bad-ass former Marine ever, Charlie Ravenel, and her man, the... Continue Reading →

ARC Review: Delphine Jones Takes a Chance

Delphine Jones Takes a Chance by Beth MorreyPublication Date: 5 April 2022 "What are we but a series of evolutions?" Deeply emotional and wonderfully uplifting, Delphine Jones Takes a Chance (releasing as Em & Me in the UK) is a beautiful story of second chances and the power we all have to not be defined... Continue Reading →

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