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The Billionaire Needs A Bodyguard by Ravina Hilliard: A Review

Hello everyone! Today I am back with a brand new review. Thank you so much to Dawn Hill Publications for reaching out to me and giving me a copy of this book! ★★★ Title: The Billionaire Needs A Bodyguard Author: Ravina Hilliard Genre: Adult contemporary romance Publisher: Dawn Hill Publications LTD Date published: February 4th… Continue reading The Billionaire Needs A Bodyguard by Ravina Hilliard: A Review

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Somewhere Between Bitter and Sweet by Laekan Zea Kemp // cover reveal and preorder campaign launch!!!

Hey everyone!! I am so excited today to be sharing Somewhere Between Bitter and Sweet's MAGNIFICENT cover with you all today!!! Not only that: today is also the first day of the preorder campaign 🤩🤩 Thank you to Hear Our Voices Book Tours for the amazing opportunity!! LOOK AT THIS BEAUTY (click on the picture… Continue reading Somewhere Between Bitter and Sweet by Laekan Zea Kemp // cover reveal and preorder campaign launch!!!

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A book that is so much more than it seems by Syed M. Masood aka a review of More Than Just A Pretty Face

Hello everyone and welcome to my very first tour!! I am so excited to do this today because spoiler alert: I loved this book. I just finished it after binging it in a few hours (because of course I'm doing this last minute. but that's besides the point) and wowow. My brain might be just… Continue reading A book that is so much more than it seems by Syed M. Masood aka a review of More Than Just A Pretty Face

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Sexy, Romantic, Cute, what more could you possibly ever want by Alexis Daria aka a review of You Had Me At Hola

Hey guysssss!! How are you all?? Today I'm so excited to say I'll be reviewing my first (!!??) Latinx ARC 😭 Which is kinda sad considering I'm Colombian but you know... ah what I would give to read a book with a Colombia mc. Cue in the crying though, the whole Latinx aspect of the… Continue reading Sexy, Romantic, Cute, what more could you possibly ever want by Alexis Daria aka a review of You Had Me At Hola

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265 Latinx book recommendations for the 2020 Latinx Readathon!!

Edit: we are now at 270 recs!!! Hey everyone! Long time no see! Today I am back after a (very sad) hiatus with a super exciting announcement and many, many beautiful Latinx recs 😍 First of all! If you hadn't guessed already, we are running a Latinx readathon!!! Completely out of nowhere, I'll give you… Continue reading 265 Latinx book recommendations for the 2020 Latinx Readathon!!

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An unexpectedly hilarious read by Alexis Hall aka a review of Boyfriend Material

Hey everyone!! I'm literally so, so happy to have had the chance to get an ARC for Boyfriend Material and I mean I was so excited to read this – and I was not disappointed!!! ★★★★ Title: Boyfriend Material Author: Alexis Hall Genre: Adult Contemporary, LGBTQ+ Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca Expected publication: July 7th 2020 Rep:… Continue reading An unexpectedly hilarious read by Alexis Hall aka a review of Boyfriend Material

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A book I liked, but wish I had liked more by Lev A.C. Rosen aka a review of Camp

Hey guys!! How are you all doing? I have tried writing this intro like five times already and they all sucked, so I'm going to go and start this review!! ★★★★ Title: Camp Author: Lev A.C. Rosen Genre: YA Contemporary, LGBTQ+ Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers Date published: May 26th 2020 Rep: biracial… Continue reading A book I liked, but wish I had liked more by Lev A.C. Rosen aka a review of Camp

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Space and gays by Phil Stamper aka a review of The Gravity of Us

Hey everyone!! Hope you're all doing great! Today we're talking about a book that made me swoon SO MUCH and that I really enjoyed. ★★★★★ Title: The Gravity of Us Author: Phil Stamper Genre: YA contemporary, LGBTQ+ Publisher: Bloomsbury YA Date published: February 4th 2020 Rep: gay main characters, POC characters, main character with depression,… Continue reading Space and gays by Phil Stamper aka a review of The Gravity of Us