Review: To All the Dogs I’ve Loved Before by Lizzie Shane

Happy Monday y’all! I hope everyone had a great weekend! Mine was way too short (as usual), but enjoyable! I didn’t get as much reading done as I wanted to nor did I write any of the reviews that I wanted to, but I guess that’s what the week’s for, right?

Anyway, on to today’s review! I’m obsessed with the Pine Hollow books by Lizzie Shane- I read all three of them so quickly during the time I had off around Christmas and New Years (feel free to read my reviews for book 1, The Twelve Dogs of Christmas, and book 2, Once Upon a Puppy, before you read my review for this one) and man y’all they were so good! I cannot wait to read book four when it comes out this year! As always, thank you so much to the wonderful folks at Forever for sending me a copy of To All the Dogs I’ve Loved Before- y’all are the best!

To All the Dogs I’ve Loved Before 4.5/5 Stars

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2021 in review: Overall reading stats

Man y’all, I’m thinking through all of the 2021 review blogs I want to write and there are a lot of them, so I think I’m going to create a series for them- hopefully I’ll be done by the middle of February, but who knows how quickly I’ll be able to write them (and the middle of February is of course assuming I publish like one a week).

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Review: The Twelve Dogs of Christmas by Lizzie Shane

Thank you so much to Forever for being such an amazing publishing house and for being so great to your bloggers and sending me all three of the Pine Hollow books by Lizzie Shane ❤ (I love Estelle and Dana- they’re really the best!) I was so excited to read them because they combine two of my favorite things- small town contemporary romances and dogs! What else could you ask for in a book???

The Twelve Dogs of Christmas 4.5/5 Stars

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November Wrap-Up

Man, I can’t believe that we’re already in December and this year is almost over! OMG! I’ll do a full year wrap up either at the end of December or at the beginning of January, but man, thinking back over the whole year is going to be super fun.

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ARC Review: Finding Paradise by Barbara Dunlop

Happy Wednesday y’all! Fifteen billion amazing books came out yesterday (Finding Paradise being one of them) and instead of picking one to yell about and review, I got trapped in the indecision, and posted… nothing. Haha today, I made a decisive decision to write a review for Finding Paradise, but be ready for a whole lot of amazing contemporary romances, rom coms, and just all in all cute books to be reviewed in the next couple of weeks! (I might break them up with some fun YA fantasy/sci fi, but we’ll see what I end up reading in the next couple of weeks- I’ve read 2 more romances to review after this one, I started one YA fantasy, and I have like 8 more romances on my list, so we’ll see what happens). As usual, thank you so much to Berkley and Netgalley for letting me read an eARC of this book!

Finding Paradise 4/5 Stars

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The Hookup Dilemma by Constance Gillam

Happy Wednesday y’all! What a busy, busy week it’s been! So many books have come out, and one of the ones that came out yesterday that I was able to read an eARC of (thank you so much to Entangled Amara and Netgalley for letting me do that) was The Hookup Dilemma. This book was definitely interesting and while it wasn’t amazing or my favorite, it wasn’t bad in any way.

The Hookup Dilemma 3.5/5 Stars

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ARC Review: All the Feels by Olivia Dade

Happy Monday y’all! I hope everyone had a great weekend- I definitely did, but now I’m exhausted and work is extra exhausting too, so today (and this whole week) look to be very… interesting haha

A whole bunch of amazing books are coming out tomorrow, so today, I’m going to talk about one that I read last week (thank you so much to Avon and Netgalley for letting me read an eARC)- All the Feels by Olivia Dade. All the Feels is the sequel to Spoiler Alert (which was super cute) and while you really don’t have to read them in order, I loved having that foundation while reading All the Feels.

All the Feels 4/5 Stars

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