Posts tagged book reviews
The Royal Wedding By Melanie Summers

Our potty-mouthed, accident-proned, formerly royal hating, not very poised heroine, Tessa Sharpe, returns in the conclusion of Melanie Summers’ two part book series, A Crown Jewels Romantic Comedy. ‘The Royal Wedding’ picks up a few months into the future as Prince Arthur and Tessa continue their whirlwind romance and prepare for a future together. So what has changed for our fair duo? Well….. all I can say is a little goes a long way with these two lovers.

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The Seven Steps to Closure Book Review

Newly divorced and barely employed, Tara Babcock is at a standstill moment in her life. 30 years old, downtrodden and utterly despaired, it’s been almost one year and still she mourns her marriage. The once believed love of her life has left her for none other than her cousin

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The Royal Treatment: A Crown Jewels Romantic Comedy, Book 1

The Royal Family of the sovereign state of Avonia is in some major ish. The new Prime Minister (backed by some major outcry throughout the country) has decided that the country no longer needs the royals anymore and is preparing to call a referendum to oust them once and for all.

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Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us by Seth Godin

Tribes by Seth Godin. There are probably a myriad of quotes about how our social circle impacts our lives. We’ve heard our parents say them, we’ve heard our teachers say it, we’ve heard them as quotes in movies and we’ve seen them plastered everywhere. Therefore, there’s no denying that at some point in your life, you have probably heard something like this.

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Book Review: Make it Count: Tips on Unlocking Your Vision by Nicole McLaren Campbell

For many of us a New Year symbolizes an opportunity for a fresh start. We envision our slates have been wiped clean and Voila! We are suddenly better and more improved versions of ourselves. Unfortunately, life has a funny way of showing us who’s boss and reminding us that a New Year doesn’t mean a thing without a new attitude and a new work ethic to back up all the resolutions that we’ve been stacking up since Y2k!

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Cinderella Screwed Me Over by Cindi Madsen

Darby Quinn is finished with love and she has the case studies to prove why. After dating what seems like a string of not-so Prince Charmings; more like Charming frogs to be honest, she’s hanging up her dating boots and putting away her glass slippers for good. No more lauding fairy-tales and happily-ever-after stories for her (or romantic comedies for that matter!).

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Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It by Charlamagne Tha God

Born Lenard McKelvey, Charlamagne’s story begins in Moncks Corner, South Carolina. The eldest son in the family, Charlamagne speaks on how he started out as a nerdy kid who used to read books in exchange for a Pizza Hut Personal Pan pizza on a Fridays until one faithful day when a statement faux pas set him on a course that nearly destroys his life.

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