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Book Review: The Right Side of Forever

Title: The Right Side of Forever

Author: Meghan Quinn

Rating: 4.5 stars

 

The story follows Colby and Ryan as they find their way to each other. You get to understand the characters a lot more as you follow their sometimes heart-breaking journey.

 

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Book Review: The Left Side of Perfect

Title: The Left Side of Perfect

Author: Meghan Quinn

Rating: 4.5 stars

 

I would totally recommend reading The Upside of Falling and The Downside of Love before reading this duet as you previously meet Colby (and Ryan) and get a lot of his back story.

 

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Book Review: The Naked Truth

Title: The Naked Truth

Author: Vi Keeland

Rating: 4 stars

 

Gray and Layla have a past. Layla got into a bit of trouble with her law firm and as punishment, she had to teach a class at a near by minimum security prison. Gray and Layla grow close but Layla finds out something about Gray that was a deal breaker.

 

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Book Review: Tossed Into Love

Title: Tossed Into Love

Author: Aurora Rose Reynolds

Rating: 4 stars

 

Libby has had a crush on Antonio for years but he has always been a bit of a jerk, but she loves his parents. So When she finds out that his father has some health issues she starts to help out at the pizzeria. This puts her in the path of Antonio.

 

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Book Review: The Princess, the Prick & the Priest

Title: The Princess, The Prick & The Priest

Author: Ella Frank

Rating: 3.5 stars

 

This is the final installment in the confessions series, finishing the story of Robbie, Joel and Julian. Although this book was enjoyable, I didn’t like it as much as I wanted to. I am pleased that they got the ending that was presented and happy with how things needed.

 

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