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Miranda lives a slightly above average life. She works for the most popular heterosexual male hairdresser in London. Her landlady has more spunk than woman a quarter of her age. And she may or may not be in love with … Continue reading
When Hale inherits his grandmother’s billion dollar company, Katarina is tipped off that everything is not what it seems. She’ll have to put everything on the line to discover the truth: including her relationship with Hale. I am a huge … Continue reading
Transcript People often tell me that The Truth About Forever is their favourite of Sarah Dessen’s novels, and I completely understand why. I enjoy Sarah Dessen’s novels in general. I never really find them to be anything special, but there is definitely … Continue reading
Transcript Hi everyone this is Meghan from Coffee & Wizards. Today I’m here to talk about this book: On the Bright Side I’m now the Girlfriend of a Sex God by Louise Rennison. It is the second book in the … Continue reading
Transcript Hey everyone this is Meghan from Coffee & Wizards. Today I’m here to talk about this book: Real Live Boyfriends by e. lockhart. It is the fourth book in the Ruby Oliver series. I really do enjoy Ruby Oliver … Continue reading
Transcript Hey everyone, this is Meghan from Coffee & Wizards. Today I am here to talk about this book: Sloppy Firsts by Megan McCafferty. Sloppy Firsts is the first book in the Jessica Darling series, which I have heard A … Continue reading
Transcript Hey everyone this is Meghan from Coffee & Wizards. I am here to talk to you about this book: Past Perfect by Leila Sales. It’s kind of a split between a contemporary romance and a historical romance because it … Continue reading
Don’t just take my word for it! “Its insane with some bits cliched, but totally intellectual. Its an oxymoron, but really empowering.” – ChickLitGirl “All in all, Libba Bray does a fantastic job bringing this witty, amusing, slightly fantastical story … Continue reading
Don’t just take my word for it! “One of the things I love about books is when they manage to draw me in, make me emotionally vested, get me to root for one hero and hate the next as if … Continue reading