Category: Reviews

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#BlogTour #FiveBlushReview ~~ Landon & Shay (Part 2) by Brittany C. Cherry

Rating: Landon & Shay: Part Two, the not to be missed conclusion of the Landon and Shay duet by Brittainy C. Cherry, is available now! Get your binge on with this must-read enemies to lovers, second chance romance! Louisa’s 5 Blush Review This book was so much more than I ever thought it could be! I loved part one but freaking LOVE LOVE LOVED part 2. While reading this book my heart was breaking at times, my stomach was fluttering – I was feeling all that these beautifully broken characters were feeling and that is a testament to Brittainy Cherry’s...

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#BlogTour #Excerpt #Reviews ~~ The Lineup by Meghan Quinn

Rating:     THE LINEUP (Brentwood Baseball #3) by Meghan Quinn Release Date: December 5th   Add to Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/48323337-the-lineup   Christina’s 4 Blush Review   So much cuteness. Jason and Dottie stole the show in The Line Up. Honestly, Meghan Quinn knows how to write the most swoon-worthy baseball players in the history of baseball. I am in love with all of them. ALL OF THEM! And while I found Jason to be slightly over the top at times, I still laughed out loud and swooned over him constantly. He’s ADORABLE. Dottie was not my favorite heroine. She was...

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#BlogTour #Review ~~ Enemies by Tijan

Rating: “Enemies to lovers is one of my most favorite romance set ups. The two are a match made in sexy, angsty heaven.” — Jay Crownover, New York Times bestselling author Enemies, an all-new emotional, enemies to lovers romance from New York Times bestselling author Tijan, is available now! KERRY’S 4 BLUSH REVIEW   I went in totally blind; I almost always do when it comes to a Tijan book! Tijan can write about anything, and I would read it. She has NEVER disappointed me. Dusty is a college student who knows no one while attending college in Texas. Dusty...

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#FiveBlushReview #Bestof2019 ~~ Broken Record by K.A. Linde

Rating: Broken Record (Record #5) by K.A. Linde Louisa’s 5 Blush Review This book is a gift to KA Linde’s readers. We have been reading it piece by piece in her newsletter. I was great at the beginning, reading each chapter as she released them, but as time went on, I lost track, and I almost didn’t want to know the ending. I am thinking this is the last of the Maxwells for KA Linde, and I honestly didn’t want it to end. But I buckled down, and dove in, and KA Linde has shown herself once again as the...

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Blog Tour ~~ In The Unlikely Event by L.J. Shen

Rating: “Romance masterpiece” – Kylie Scott, New York Times bestselling author From USA Today and #1 Amazon bestselling author L.J. Shen comes a new, contemporary romance with heart-wrenching twists and laugh-out-loud moments. In The Unlikely Event is available now!   Stephanie’s 5 Blush Review So this is LJ Shen’s “crazy”??? In her own words, Ms. Shen states that she decided to “grant myself the indulgence of writing one, completely crazy, utterly out-of-character book for me.” I will take your “crazy” anytime! Loving someone is willingly accepting that they can destroy you. Eighteen-year-old Aurora Belle Jenkins (Rory) is grieving the death...

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#ItsLive #Review #ReviewTour ~~ Miles Ahead by Willow Aster

Rating: 🔥🔥 NEW RELEASE 🔥🔥 Miles Ahead by Willow Aster is LIVE! Get ready for Miles’s happily ever after! SANDY’S 4.75  BLUSH REVIEW Have you read 5,331 Miles?  Well, that’s your first mistake.  Not that you wouldn’t enjoy Miles Ahead anyway but it will certainly enrich your perspective.  We originally meet Miles Stark as a secondary character in 5,331 Miles.  Truth is I was crushing a little on him and was glad to have this novella to get to know him a little better. Cory Sellers is famous, drop-dead gorgeous and carrying HUGE emotional baggage.  Miles Stark is immediately interested but she’s way out of...

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#Review #YA #Fantasy #FiveBlushReview ~ The Caged Queen by Kristen Ciccarelli

Rating: THE CAGED QUEEN ALEX’S 5 BLUSH REVIEW   As much as I enjoyed The Last Namsara, I LOVED The Caged Queen.  I could not put this book down and read the majority of it in a day. Not only did it give insight into Asha’s fate after  The Last Namsara, but it continued the story of other characters in the book.  Roa and Dax had such an interesting relationship, and I enjoyed reading about their history. While this book had less dragons and a different kind of magic from The Last Namsara, both were still present and there was the...

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#BlogTour ~~ Outmatched by Kristen Callihan and Samantha Young

Rating: Outmatched by Kristen Callihan and Samantha Young Release Date: November 19, 2019 Christina’s 4 Blush Review When I heard Kristen Callihan paired up with Samantha Young to write a fake boyfriend/sports romance, my brain exploded from excitement. I have loved Callihan’s romance stories since Idol and zipped right through her sports romance series as well. I hadn’t had the pleasure of reading Samantha Young yet, but I’m so glad I jumped on the opportunity to read Outmatched. I loved it! I loved the juxtaposition between the nerdy, chic, refined and wealthy heroine Parker, and the rough and tough Bostonian...

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#FiveBlushReviews #BestOf2019Book ~~ The Light We See by @authorJLynn

Rating:  THE LIGHT WE SEE from J. Lynn Bailey This is a contemporary romance, standalone that you can’t miss! Check out the buy links for it the book below.   READ IT NOW: Amazon | Apple | Nook | Kobo Louisa’s 5 Blush Review Luke and Catherine’s journey is so much more than them falling in love.  It’s a relationship that we see from the beginning until the bitter end.  It’s a journey of their souls.  It’s a trip where they fall in love but also learn so much more from their experience. Two people who we think have nothing...

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#Review #YA #Fantasy ~~ The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli

The Last Namsara (Iskari #1) by Kristen Ciccarelli Alex’s 4.5 Blush Review  This book had a lot of my favorite YA Fantasy components: a strong female main-character, magic, star-crossed lovers, a character you can love to hate, and some nice plot-twists.  Asha’s character development from the beginning of the book to the end was fantastic and natural.  I loved reading about her inner turmoil as she made decisions that went against her upbringing.  The book’s major plot-twist had my jaw actually dropping because I did not see it coming at all, which is always a sign of a good story...