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Friday, May 1, 2020

ARC Review: My Favorite Souvenir by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland

Penelope and Vi are two of my favorite authors and they did it again with My Favorite Souvenir! I couldn’t put this one down. I loved it so much!! The characters and the story captivated me from the very first page and I read it in one sitting. This book was everything I have come to know and expect from these two and I can’t recommend it enough! 

Hazel and Matteo were perfect for one another and so much fun to read about! Their adventure was exactly what they both needed, and I loved seeing them get to know each other and themselves along the way. Each of them had been through a lot, but it wasn’t until they met each other that they really began to live. The chemistry was hot and the connection strong, these two are everything I look for in a great read. 

I honestly loved this book so much and couldn’t get enough of Hazel and Matteo. The way they met and how things transpired was just such a fun and unique read. This is one I won’t forget any time soon, and I already am looking forward to a reread. If you are looking for a read that will capture your attention and have you laughing and swooning the whole way through, My Favorite Souvenir is a must read! Can’t wait for more from these two!

**ARC Provided by Authors**

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Thursday, April 30, 2020

Feature and Giveaway: One-of-a-Kind Bride by Charlene Sands

It's a promise she plans to keep at all costs.

Taylor Preston never breaks a promise, especially to her dying mother about following her dreams to become a successful New York bridal gown designer. But when Taylor unexpectedly loses her high-profile job, she returns early to Last Stand, Texas where she happily spent childhood summers, to help with her cousin’s wedding. On Taylor’s first day back, the boy she left behind twelve years ago comes to her rescue and her sleeping heart inconveniently reawakens.

All during their youth, Ryan “Coop” Cooper played Taylor’s “promise game,” and they never once broke a promise to each other, but that was years ago, and Coop, now an established contractor, isn’t the same person. Building a wedding gift she-shed brings Coop closer to Taylor. They recall their promises – silly and solemn – and realize the spark could easily once again flame.

But Taylor’s life is in New York, and Coop, a single father, won’t risk his heart or his daughter’s again…