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When you're back (Rosemary beach 12) by Abbi Glines

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Blurb:  From #1 New York Times bestselling author Abbi Glines comes the next new adult novel in her beloved Rosemary Beach series, which continues the story of Mase and Reese from When I’m Gone.

The future is bright for Reese Ellis. She has Mase Colt-Manning, the man of her dreams, and a family she didn’t know existed until her long-lost father arrived on her doorstep in Rosemary Beach. After growing up with a cruel mother and abusive stepfather, Reese is eager to get to know the caring and charming man who wants to be a part of her life. Everything is finally falling into place.

While Reese is visiting her new family in Chicago, Mase spends time with his “cousin,” Aida, who has worshiped him since childhood. Though they’re unrelated by blood, Mase and Aida have been raised to think of each other as family. But when Reese returns, she can tell something isn’t quite right with Aida, who clearly resents Reese and excels at manipulative little games. And though Mase is unsuspecting, Reese k…

Sassy Christmas (storm 4.5) by Nina Levine

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Blurb: This book picks up where Slay ends so make sure you've read up to that book before reading this one otherwise there will be spoilers for you.

My Thought:
this  is a great in between story. this fill us in on what has been happening in the story while we are not there. it was a great way to catch up with the characters. it was short and to the point. i really like this series.

#Poser (hastag 5) by Cambria Hebeat

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sorry for not posting. i have been super busy. i am going to try to post at least twice a week if possible in fall. i will post on Tuesdays and Thursdays. so to get back in the swing of things i will give you the review on #poser.


blurb: Posers gonna pose

I am a man who had nothing, but found everything.

I’ll never go back to nothing ever again.

I vowed to protect her, and that’s exactly what I’m gonna do.

The pictures I stumbled upon haunt me still, the secret I shoulder is heavy.

They say secrets put distance between two people, but the truth is far more destructive than keeping it will ever be.

I won’t ever tell. She can’t ever know.

When I look in the mirror my reflection is of who I’m afraid I’ll become and not the man I am.

It makes me feel like a poser, no better than all the others pretending to be exactly who they aren’t.

How does a man keep it together when everything is unraveling right here in his hands?

I didn’t start any of this.

I never asked for it.

But it came knocking at my door.