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Review: The Unbreakables

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The Unbreakables By Lisa Barr 352 pages, published June 4, 2019 by Harper Source: Purchased for myself From Goodreads: A delicious, sharp novel about a woman who jets off to France after her perfect marriage collapses, putting the broken pieces of herself back together while rediscovering her own  joie de vivre — a lust for life, art, and steamy sex. The worst birthday ever might just be the gift of a lifetime… It’s Sophie Bloom’s forty-second birthday, and she’s ready for a night of celebration with Gabe, her longtime, devoted husband, and her two besties and their spouses. Dinner is served with a side of delicious gossip, including which North Grove residents were caught with their pants down on Ashley Madison after the secret on-line dating site for married and committed couples was hacked. Thirty-two million cheaters worldwide have been exposed…including Sophie’s “perfect” husband. To add insult to injury, she learns Gabe is the top cheater in their town. Humilia

Top Ten Tuesday: Fall TBR

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by  That Artsy Reader Girl .  This Week's Topic:   Fall TBR Here's my list!     What books are you excited about for this Fall? Happy Reading!

Blog Tour: Six Goodbyes We Never Said

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  Six Goodbyes We Never Said By Candace Ganger 320 pages, expected publication September 24, 2019 Wednesday Books , St. Martin's Publishing Group Purchase Links   Note: I received this book from the publisher to facilitate my review. I received no other compensation, and all opinions are my own . About the Book: Two teens meet after tragedy and learn about love, loss, and letting go Naima Rodriguez doesn’t want your patronizing sympathy as she grieves her father, her hero—a fallen Marine. She’ll hate you forever if you ask her to open up and remember him “as he was,” though that’s all her loving family wants her to do in order to manage her complex OCD and GAD. She’d rather everyone back the-eff off while she separates her Lucky Charms marshmallows into six, always six, Ziploc bags, while she avoids friends and people and living the life her father so desperately wanted for her.  Dew respectfully requests a little more time to process the sudden loss of his par

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Things to Eat/Drink While Reading

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by  That Artsy Reader Girl .  This Week's Topic: Favorite Things to Eat/Drink While Reading  What a fun topic!  It's no secret I LOVE to snack while reading. In fact, I remember coming home from school and having a snack while reading a book before starting my homework. Yep, huge nerd right here! Here are my favorites! Drinks 1. Coffee 2. Wine 3. Pepsi  (don't judge me, I know soda is terrible for you, but...I drink it in moderation, ok?) Food 1. Popcorn (probably my all time favorite snack) 2. Chips and Guacamole ( I LOVE making guac!!) 3. Potato chips Not gonna lie, popcorn and a Pepsi is my ultimate FAVORITE reading snack. What are your favorite reading snacks?

Review: All the Flowers in Paris

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All the Flowers in Paris By Sarah Jio Published Augsut 13,c2019  Ballentine Books Note: I received this book from the publisher via  NetGalley   to facilitate my review. I received no other compensation, and all opinions are my own . From Goodreads: Two women are connected across time by the city of Paris, a mysterious journal, and shocking secrets, sweeping from World War II to the present--for readers of Sarah's Key. When Caroline wakes up in a Paris hospital with no memory of her past, she's confused to learn that she's lived a sad, reclusive life for years in a sprawling apartment on the Seine. Slowly regaining vague memories of a man and young child, she vows to piece her life back together--though she can't help but feel she may be in danger. A budding friendship with the chef of a charming nearby restaurant takes her mind off of her foggy past, as does a startling mystery from decades prior... In Nazi-occupied Paris, young widow Celine lives a quiet life