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This is like 3.5 stars. This has been on my tbr pile for forever! I listened to the audiobook (I didn’t love the narration but it wasn’t enough to stop me). It kept me interested throughout.🍔Kristen makes small dog t-shirts and hires out a carpenter to make ladders for small dogs. It’s a successful business …

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Instagram made me do it. I was seeing the beautiful cover of this book all over so a few months ago I bought it and finally got around to reading. In time for the US election 😂 the irony.🇺🇸For starters, I loved the world building that McGee made! Yes it’s our world but so different. …

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I love the Ivy Hill series and coming back! It’s been a while though but that’s okay. I think this could be read as a stand-alone.🐶Where to start?! A. It’s Julie Klassen and I love her books. 2. It’s a Christmas story and C. A reformed rake trope!🐶Richard is a bachelor through and through. He …

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This was a great story. I loved learning about the different Victorian parlor games they played and the history with the royal family. Hastings did a great job making it seem real and authentic. The characters were fantastic and I kinda want my husband to call me “liebling” which means darling or sweetheart.🎄George and Drina …

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This was such a fun Christmas read.🎄It starts with the River Thames frozen over and Selina is at the Frost Fair with her mother. She sneaks away to find Noah, her secret fiancé, but an old childhood friend finds her and Noah together.🎄Selina doesn’t want Edmund to tell her mother about Noah so they strike …

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I loved this book! Perfect read for fall!! Enemies to lovers + flying chickens + great clean romance! Amy has a problem – she’s too forward that she’s run off two gentlemen and each time her embarrassment is ten fold. This time causing her to want to flee Bath and the rumors that follow her. …

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This was an interesting take on P&P. It was fun to see beloved characters again and to really get to know Mary Bennet who is mostly invisible to her family. She visits her sisters and Kitty is also single but has her sight sent on a gentleman. (I was surprised it wasn’t Denny).👶🏼The book starts …

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