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I've bundled up all my book reviews in one place for you! 
I've always wanted my very own library :) 

The Boston Girl 



Ruby





The Girl On The Train



Big Little Lies









Uganda Be Kidding Me


The Weight of Blood


May We Be Forgiven



A House In The Sky: 




Chanel Bonfire
Chanel Bonfire

In The Woods
In the Woods (Dublin Murder Squad, #1)


The Fault In Our Stars
The Fault in Our Stars




The Healer's Apprentice

The Healer's Apprentice

The Light Between Oceans

The Light Between Oceans



The Diviners by Libba Bray
The Diviners (The Diviners, #1)


The Dressmaker by Kate Alcott
The Dressmaker

Dark Places by Gillian Flynn

My Quotable Kid

Tumbleweeds by Leila Meacham


Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter


Wife 22 by Melanie Gideon 


Gone by Cheryl Strayed


The Next Best Thing by Jennifer Weiner


Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed


Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James


Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

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  1. I'm so happy you found me, so I could find you! I've been itching for a good book to read and it looks like you've got a lot to recommend!

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  2. I LOVE A.M. Holmes! I only read one book by her but I will read the one above. I was wondering do you read and review books? I dont see reviews on here but I am sure you could write one. If so I have a wonderful book based on the books above that I think you will enjoy. Please get back to me at Darkcomedygirl5@aol.com Thanks! Have a great day.

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  3. Hi She! Love your blog. Love your recommends, they are some of my faves and I've added a few of yours to my goodreads TBR list! Am wondering - do you ever read (slightly untraditional) thrillers? If so I'd love to have you review my book, Nation of Enemies. I'm at hraynes23@gmail.com if you're interested. Thanks! http://amazon.com/Nation-Enemies-Thriller-H-A-Raynes-ebook/dp/B00T3DR58U

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