Interference by Kay Honeyman
Genre: YA Contemporary Romance
Publication Date: September 27, 2016
Format: I purchase a copy with my own money from Barnes and Noble.
You can purchase a copy here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EXN354M/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1
As a Congressman's daughter in Washington, D.C., Kate Hamilton is good at getting what she wants -- what some people might call "interfering." But when her family moves to West Texas so her dad can run in a special election, Kate encounters some difficulties that test all her political skills. None of her matchmaking efforts go according to plan. Her father's campaign gets off to a rough start. A pro tip for moving to Texas: Don't slam the star quarterback's hand in a door. And whenever Kate messes up, the irritatingly right (and handsome) Hunter Price is there to witness it. But Kate has determination and a good heart, and with all her political savvy -- and a little clever interference -- she'll figure out what it takes to make Red Dirt home.
Terrifically funny and sweetly romantic, with whip-crack dialogue and a wise perspective on growing up, INTERFERENCE is the perfect next read for fans of Jenny Han, Huntley Fitzpatrick, Elizabeth Eulberg, or Sarah Dessen.
This book had everything I needed. A good Texan setting, some football players, politics, and photography in the mix. I didn’t think I was going to enjoy the romance as much, but it was pretty subtle, and not the main focus of the book, and handled very sweetly.
After a political scandal involving her father and her ex-boyfriend, her father decides to uproot their family from D.C. back to his small hometown of Red Dirt Texas. But once they arrive, it is revealed that her father had bigger goals, to run for the open congress seat that had been in his family for generations. Kate gets acquainted with her Aunt Celia’s animal shelter, as well as the people and their priorities in this small town (that priority BTW is football). After finding out that Bo Stone, her father’s friend/rival back in high school is also going after the seat, things escalate quickly, with Kate finding herself always in the middle of something. A schedule change later, Kate is placed in a yearbook class which turns out a lot more different than she expected.
One of the characters I loved most was Ms Serrano, the yearbook teacher at Red Dirt High School. She had that very impatient feel to her, as well as a good sense of humor and sarcasm. She made it seem like she didn’t care much about her students or staff very much, but once you really get to know her, like Kate managed to do, she was a lot of help, and even boosted Kate into a new direction and focus.
Ana, one of the girls that befriends Kate when she first gets to Red Dirt is also another one of my favorite characters. She’s absolutely sweet, but also has her own history. As one of the 2 photographers on the yearbook staff, she attends all the football games but has bad blood with some of the players.
I really liked the dynamic of the book. It went back and forth between Hunter and Kyle, and everything that Kate interfered in turned out to be disastrous, until it came to help her father’s campaign. I love how even though she doesn’t want to be involved in the campaign, and she’s the reason that her father lost the seat in her old home, she pulled through. She uses her political smarts to do good, or at least justice. Ahhh, there was just so much I felt like I could relate to her.
Did I mention India, the campaign manager for this?? She’s a unique manager, but I like how she keeps Kate involved, and even though she doesn’t have much experience on the campaign trail, she knows what works and what doesn’t and makes people believe in her. She is a total boss.
I love Kay’s style of writing. All the characters were perfect, and just enough information was provided to give us a sense of what’s happening, but just enough. It still left me wondering about Hunter’s past, and Aunt Celia’s future with the shelter, as well as many other things.
The ending was so goooood. It was like a huge event leading up to the perfect ending. I don’t want to spoil it for you but if anyone else has read it and wants to talk, feel free to hmu on Twitter :)
Overall, I give the book a 10/10 (5/5 stars). It was an amazing book, centering on family, and so much more. I recommend this to all football loving fans and small town Texan romances as well as politics making/breaking a family. Actually, just read the book. I promise you won’t regret it. I don’t think this was Kay’s first novel (I’ll have to check on that fact though…) but I’m definitely looking forward to having the chance to read more of her works.
What did you think about the review? Will you go and pick it up? Leave me all your thoughts in the comments below or find me on social media, @BrookeEvans2001 on Twitter and @thecozylittlebooknook on Instagram. I really really really want to talk about it with people so if you’ve read it, pleaaassseee talk to me. (I think I’m suffering from post-book-withdrawal syndromes).
Hey Guys!! It’s the end of another month and you know what that means: a recap of everything that happened this month, both on the blog and a little into my personal life.
As for school, this month has been said by older students to be the hardest month of high school. Of course, my school is a really academic intense curriculum, so every month feels like it’s the worst month. I had a week just packed full of tests and quizzes and projects, but it’s finally over...for now at least.
If you caught it near the beginning of the month, I had to put Classic Fridays on pause for this month, because of everything that was just piling up at the beginning of the month. Not to say that I disliked creating questions every week, in fact, I love creating the questions every week, and the reading your answers because I feel like I get to find out more about you, but it just took so much longer than I originally anticipated.
Since I’ve been reading so much this month, I thought I would highlight a little bit recurring things that’s been popping up in my books. I feel like this is pretty intentional when I see one or more of these topics pop up in the summary, I just have to pick them up! So here are the three that’s been popping up:
On the topic of books that I read this month, remember my challenge for myself at the beginning of the month? Well just as a refresher, I was planning on reading a Sarah Dessen book a week, as I had bought most of them at Half Price a while ago. Well, it didn’t start off so well, as I didn’t read them in the first 2 weeks of this month, but I started reading them on the bus to and from school, and during lunch, and now I’ve read 7 out of the 12 books! If you’re curious, here’s the 7 that I’ve read:
In terms of the posts that I had this month, I had a doozy of reviews, blitzes, Top Ten Tuesday posts, and more. I even had a guest post this month by Erin Fletcher which, if you have not read yet, you really should.
I guess that’s about it for what happened this month, but boy do I have a lot more info for you about Novermber coming up on the first, so if you don’t want to miss that post, be sure to sign up for my email list which you can find it on the side bar on the main page, or you can follow me on social media @BrookeEvans2001 on Twitter and @thecozylittlebooknook on Instagram. I will be back soon with another post very, very soon!
My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick
Genre: YA Contemporary Romance
Publication Date: June 13, 2013
Format: I purchased a copy from Barnes and Noble.
You can purchase a copy of the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Life-Next-Door-Huntley-Fitzpatrick/dp/0142426040/ref=pd_bxgy_14_img_3?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=2MYJ9R9JSNR4PNF9BYTE
The Garretts are everything the Reeds are not. Loud, numerous, messy, affectionate. And every day from her balcony perch, seventeen-year-old Samantha Reed wishes she was one of them . . . until one summer evening, Jase Garrett climbs her terrace and changes everything. As the two fall fiercely in love, Jase's family makes Samantha one of their own. Then in an instant, the bottom drops out of her world and she is suddenly faced with an impossible decision. Which perfect family will save her? Or is it time she saved herself?
A dreamy summer read, full of characters who stay with you long after the story is over.
This was a book I waited a long time to read but I never got the chance to get my hands on it until I get it from Barnes and Noble when I was visiting Kansas City at the end of June.
Even though Samantha has the ‘hard life’ I think there are a lot of things that she could’ve done to prevent things to turn out the way that it did. Like she could’ve made an effort to get to know the Garretts way before she actually did.
Despite that, I really liked Sam as a character. She has the sweetest intentions for everyone else, just didn’t act on her instincts fast enough. I think she wanted the best for people, but didn’t know how to help them without hurting herself, or the people she cares about.
I really hated Clay. He had to have had other girlfriends that he was sleeping around with and even though he seemed to be 100% invested in the campaign, there was seriously something fishy about it. Also he was the one that told Senator Reed to drive away after she hit Mr. Garrett. He really is a bad influence to everyone around him and knows how to manipulate them.
An unlikely character for me to relate to was Nan and Tim, for very different reasons. I liked how Tim managed to be there for his friends when they needed him and was always happy to help out, but of course, with some choice comments.
Nan on the other hand, was very disappointing. I really expected her to be that person who was always there for Sam, especially when she needed her. Nan was surprisingly relatable to certain aspects.
I really, really like the Garrett’s family. With 8 kids, Mrs. Garrett had her hands full. I seriously don’t know how the heck she managed to handle them all. Among these 8 kids, are Jase, Samantha’s boyfriend, and little George, who made every situation better/worse, depending on how you looked at it. I really felt bad for George. He is just a curious little kid with an overload of facts and not enough people who will listen to him. (Hey, he’s like Curious George! Sorry, random observation--back to the review now)
Then just as Sam’s life is looking to be perfect again, a major decision affects everything and could mess up her entire life again. It doesn’t matter which side she chooses, something from her life would be gone.
Overall, I give the book an 8/10 (4/5 stars). The writing of the book was done really well and the overall plot was amazingly developed. The book holds to certain themes, including the importance of family and friends, and being honest. I recommend the book to anyone who likes reading YA contemporary romances, with some political ties into it.
So that’s it for this review. Let me know if you have read this book before and what you thought about it. As always, I will have more reviews and posts up soon! Don’t forget to follow me on the socials so we can talk there as well!
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Fast-Pitched Love by Clay Cormany
Genre: YA Romance
Publication Date: November 4, 2014
Format: I received a copy in exchange for an honest review through a blog tour organized by YA Book Bound Tours.
You can purchase a copy here: https://www.amazon.com/Fast-Pitch-Love-Clay-Cormany-ebook/dp/B00P744M7Q
For most people, softball is a way to have fun, get exercise, make friends, and develop teamwork. But for 17-year-old Jace Waldron, softball is something more – a pathway to maturity. It is through that game that Jace learns what is important in romance and why physical beauty alone is not enough to make it work. Join Jace and his team, the Valkyries, as they come to the plate to take on all challengers, while gaining valuable lessons about life along the way.
Ok, so apparently this book was written in like 2006, and wasn’t published until now, so there were quite a few things outdated. For example, not to sound overly pretentious, but having a cell phone as a teen was a big deal, and people actually still used landlines to call each other (there was no caller ID either !!) and walked to visit each other.
I could really see Sylvia as a real tomboy, who actually knows a lot about softball. She seemed to be really genuine, interested in Jace and wanting the best for the softball team. Jace however, while he had some good ideas, he kinda just wanted to go out with Sylvia’s sister. And then midway, without a good explanation, he changed his mind and decides he wants to go out with Sylvia.
The book also had no real substance to it. Basically, the same events happened over and over again, until it just got stale, and then the romance wasn’t really that great either. It was confusing when it switched back and forth, and the names were hard to keep track off as well.
The scenes that I really liked were the ones where the softball team was actually in practice or playing against other teams. That’s where most of the action happens, and to be honest, they were the best parts of the book. I enjoy reading about sports and this book checked off everything I was looking for, sports wise at least. I also liked how there were mixed sports in there as well, including cross country and football.
The ending was kinda just thrown out there. I get what it was getting at and the overall theme but it was just an awkward ending for the rest of the book.
I think if this book was more updated to today’s time, the book would be a lot more interesting and the rating would be a lot higher. I think for the time it was written, the style was great and the plot was interesting.
Overall, I give the book a 5/10 (3/5 stars). I didn’t enjoy it that much as most of the interactions were outdated, and the writing style wasn’t that great. The one thing that saved it was the softball scenes and with the younger girls on the team, as well as Jace and Sylvia’s interactions then. If you are looking for a book with a lot of softball, and no real substance in romance or plot, I recommend the book.
So what did you think about this review? Do you think you will read the book? Let me know all of your thoughts in the comments below, or find me on social media @BrookeEvans2001 on Twitter and @thecozylittlebooknook on Instagram. I post frequent updates there and you can get notified every time that I post!! Don’t forget to check out all of my other posts real soon!
Hey Everyone! Halloween is just around the corner and since this week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt was a Halloween Freebie so I thought I would share some halloween costume ideas! Also for those who don’t know, this is a meme created and hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
This post was actually pretty hard to come up with because most of the books that I love are contemporary books so there really isn’t a way to dress like them for Halloween and be recognized but here are some that work pretty well!
I’m going to cap the list right here, but I hope that if you were looking for a last minute costume idea that you might have found one here! I’m not sure what I’m going to do yet, but I want to see all of y’alls costumes!
As always, let me know what you thought and all your thoughts in the comments section or find me on Social Media: @BrookeEvans2001 on Twitter and @thecozylittlebooknook on Instagram. I will have another post up very soon!!
All Laced Up by Erin Fletcher
Genre: YA Contemporary Romance
Publication Date: October 10, 2016
Format: I received a copy of the book from the author for an honest review. This was in no way shape or form impacted by anything or anyone.
You can purchase a copy here: https://www.amazon.com/All-Laced-Up-Erin-Fletcher-ebook/dp/B01LZUDKTF/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1477195421&sr=8-1
Everyone loves hockey superstar Pierce Miller. Everyone except Lia Bailey.
When the two are forced to teach a skating class to save the rink, Lia’s not sure she’ll survive the pressure of Nationals and Pierce’s ego. Not only can’t he remember her name, he signed her bottle of water like she was one of his groupies. Ugh.
But if there’s one thing Lia knows better than figure skating, it’s hockey. Hoping to take his ego down a notch—or seven—she logs into his team website under an anonymous name to give him pointers on his less-than-stellar playing.
Turns out, Pierce isn’t arrogant at all. And they have a lot in common. Too bad he’s falling for the anonymous girl online. No matter how much fun they’re starting to have in real life, she’s afraid he’s going to choose fake-Lia over the real one...
Disclaimer: This book contains a swoony hockey player (and his equally swoony friends!), one-too-many social media accounts, kisses that’ll melt ice, and a secret identity that might not be so secret after all...
We’re moving into the colder weather so this is that time of year where I read a whole bunch of books about skating, winter romances, especially on and off ice ones, and drinking a whole bunch of coffee and hot chocolate :) So to kick off that season, I have a review for All Laced Up by Erin Fletcher! If you missed it, I had a guest post by her yesterday about her inspiration for the book and her writing process.
I was really, really looking forward to reading this book when Entangled first announced that they were releasing it. I had never heard of Erin Fletcher, but the plot of the story had my hooked. I had a few complications getting my hands on a copy but no fear, I got it, read it, and wrote this review within the span of hours! This book was absolutely swoon worthy!
The romance between Lia and Pierce was so sweet, and developed very tastefully. I love how it started with them hating each other, well actually, just Lia disliking Pierce because of his reputation but quickly finding herself falling for him. There were also the issues of their own respective families, and how they dealt with the situations.
I think that most of the problems that were happening between Lia and Pierce was just purely due to luck and fate. It was just their unluckiness that lead to all the conflicting schedules but fate that made them work together, and eventually fall for each other.
I liked how Lia used her hockey knowledge to create a second internet personality and make Pierce fall for her both times. It’s a good portrayal of how relationships can be created by technology.
The ending was predictable, but again so are all Entangled Crush’s books. I really liked how it was carried out and everything had a more or less happily ever after ending. Now I just want to see more of Lia and Pierce, like maybe when she makes it to eh Olympics and maybe Pierce joins the USA Men’s Hockey team…? I holding out on that thought and hope that it will become true soon!
I really enjoy Erin’s style of writing. It’s very easy going, and everything I want from a YA contemporary romance book. I love anything figure skating, hockey, romance and Olympics so this book was the perfect fit for all of that. I look forward to reading more works by Erin.
The cover of the book also caught my eye instantly. I’m a sucker for anything on ice so...yea that happened.
I give the book a 10/10 (5/5 stars). I feel like I’ve been reading a lot of books that I really like these days. I just hope that it lasts :) If you liked reading books about figure skaters and Hockey players, and small town romances, I recommend the book to you. Like literally, if I were you, I would drop everything and go read the book now! I love the style of the writing and all the characters and the development of the plot. There wasn’t a thing that I disliked. I look forward to reading more works by Erin Fletcher. I love Entangled Crush’s book and they rarely disappoint.
What did you think about the review? Will you go and pick it up? Leave me all your thoughts in the comments below or find me on social media, @BrookeEvans2001 on Twitter and @thecozylittlebooknook on Instagram. Don’t forget to check out the guest post that was up yesterday by Erin talking about her inspiration for the book. As soon as I have a chance, I will link it here. I will be back tomorrow with another Top Ten Tuesday post!
Guys, I'm so excited to present to you today a guest post by Erin Fletcher, the author of newly released book All Laced Up, published under Entangled Crush! This post is all about her inspiration of the book and her writing process. Keep reading! Also I will have the review for the book up tomorrow so keep an eye out for that!!
Inspiration and Process: All Laced Up by Erin Fletcher
Hi! My name is Erin Fletcher, and I’m an author of young adult novels. Today I’m going to be talking about the inspiration and process for writing by latest book, the figure skater and hockey player YA romance titled All Laced Up. I’ll let you in on a few secrets, like where all of my figure skating knowledge comes from and why my alarm is always set for 4:37 a.m. when I’m working on a book.
All Laced Up – The Inspiration
Someone wise once said you should write what you know. What do I know? Figure skating. I hit the ice toward the end of elementary school and didn’t quit until I finished college, where I was on my university’s synchronized skating team. (Yes, it’s a thing. Yes, it’s like synchronized swimming, but the water is frozen.)
As a result, I have a plethora of skating knowledge filed away in my brain: which edge you take off from for a flip jump (backwards outside), how to pronounce salchow (the last syllable is actually “cow,” not “chow”), how to prevent blisters from new skates (moleskin!). Even if these details didn’t make it into the book, I wanted to use my knowledge to write a story. More than that, I wanted to put the experience of being on the ice into words.
Since I knew my female main character was going to be a figure skater, adding the romantic element of a hockey player was only natural. (See: The Cutting Edge. Toe pick!)
All Laced Up – The Process
Once I knew what the book was going to be about, the first step in my process was working out the major plot points. My incredibly brilliant editor was a huge help with that! From there, I put the plot points into Scrivener and started drafting.
When I’m drafting a book, I do most of my writing before my day job. I set my alarm for 4:37 so I can join #5amwritersclub on Twitter and get 500 to 1000 words written before heading to the office. (Why 4:37? Because 23 minutes is the exact amount of time I need to get up, shower, make coffee, and be at my computer by 5:00!)
Once the first draft was written and revised, I submitted it to my editor. We went through several rounds of edits, I got to do the fun stuff like seeing the cover and proofreading the galley, and then the book was published! I had a blast writing Lia and Pierce’s story, and hope you’ll enjoy reading it!
Thank you so much to Brooke for having me on The Cozy Little Book Nook! Happy reading!
About the Author:
Erin is a young adult author from North Carolina. She is a morning person who does most of her writing before sunrise, while drinking excessive quantities of coffee. She believes flip-flops qualify as year-round footwear, and would spend every day at the beach if she could. She has a bachelor's degree in mathematics, which is almost never useful when writing books.
Thank you Erin for being on my blog today! I love reading about the inspiration behind books and this one did not disappoint! Again, I will have the review for the book up tomorrow!! In the meantime, go and preorder the book now! All the info you need about the book will be listed under here! As always, don't forget to find me on social media, @BrookeEvans2001 on Twitter and @thecozylittlebooknook on Instagram so you are always updated when I post!
All Laced Up on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/32057113-all-laced-up?ac=1&from_search=true
All Laced Up on Amazon US: https://amzn.com/B01LZUDKTF
All Laced Up on Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/All-Laced-Up-Erin-Fletcher-ebook/dp/B01LZUDKTF
All Laced Up on B&N: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/all-laced-up-erin-fletcher/1124650107?ean=9781633757684
Under a Million Stars by Rita Branches
Genre: YA Contemporary Romance
Publication Date: August 8, 2016
Format: I received a copy from the author via YA Bookbound Tours in exchange for an honest review.
You can purchase a copy here: https://www.amazon.com/Under-Million-Stars-Rita-Branches-ebook/dp/B01IKSXQ0E
Can a beating heart bleed from the shattered pieces?
Her heart cracked when her best friend walked away; it completely shattered when she lost her family in a tragic accident.
Now orphaned at seventeen, Charlotte Peterson is forced to live with her former best friend, Jacob Parker. Charlie, a talented pianist, desperately wants their loving friendship back, but something is holding Jake back. The more she spirals into the darkness of depression, the more she needs him.
Jacob vowed to stay away from her—no matter how much he still loved her. Armed with secrets that would have destroyed both of their families, he chose to end their friendship and walk away, which nearly killed him. As he watches the girl he once knew begin to fade away, however, he realizes that their relationship is more important than the truth he's hiding.
Now it's up to Jacob to put the pieces of Charlie's broken heart back together—even if it means revealing the secrets he so desperately wants to protect her from.
Will Jacob find a way to bring back the carefree, talented girl he once knew, or is it too late for both of them?
After a car accident kills her parents and her little brother Jamie, it leaves Charlotte, a 17 year old music genius, planning on pursuing a career in music orphaned. She is left to stay with her Best friend Kylie’s house for alittle while, before moving in with her godparents, the people of the person she never thought she would talk to again, Jacob, much less live under the same roof. But between having their own burdens weighing them down, they break down the barriers between them and find their way back together again, creating a lasting future for themselves.
I love Jacob and Charlotte’s relationship. They can confide in each other, and their background together gives their relationship an advantage to begin with. I love how they are able to bring each other back to the things that they loved before the big split that drove themselves apart.
I really liked the start of the book. It shows how much you can lose doing something you love. The book really captured the essence of heartbreak, and coping after a tragic event. It also captured how much friendships can last, relationships, both between couples and between friends can stay together and fall apart. The book also shows how much can change, just within an hour.
There were a couple things that I didn’t like as much. We didn’t get to see much of Charlotte’s piano teacher after the first incident until the end. Also we didn’t get to see much of Kylie’s family, even though they were the ones who put up with her right after the accident.
I liked how certain things were left untold, and slowly unfolded as the story went on. It just seemed natural for these things to get revealed at the times that they did. I don’t want to reveal too much so I’m going to leave it at that.
The parts talking about Jamie were the ones that made me cry the most. I’m talking serious tears. Just thinking about everything that he missed in life because of the accident is just so sad. The tribute to him in the end with Charlotte and Jacob’s firstborn was so sweet.
Mentioning the ending, I absolutely loved the epilogue. I only wanted it to be longer. After that, I sat there crying for 10 minute straight, honest.
This story reminds me vaguely of Boy Meets World, and Cory and Topanga, the couple everyone wants to be. Growing up together since they were born (more or less) they’ve known each other and had their future planned out since then. Things happen and they end up together, forever and always.
I really want to see a story written about Kylie and Matt as they are the main character’s best friends. I think they would make for an interesting story, given what their best friends are going through at the moment. Like seriously, if this book is written, I swear I’m going to pick it up and read it within like a day. So Rita, if you’re reading this, just know I’m waiting for this to happen *fingers crosses*
I actually didn’t like the cover that much. It reminded me of the usual fantasy book covers, and I think a picture of a rustic house on the lake or something like that would be much more fitting. I get what the cover is going after, with a more literal representation of Charlotte’s life being turned upside down, but I think it wasn’t that great of an idea.
Overall, I give the book a 9/10 (5/5 stars). I really enjoyed the book and really hit me deep in my heart. I recommend the book to fans of John Green, which is saying a lot about the book. If you usually, don’t like contemporary romance books, I say give this one a try and you might just like it.
I’ve noticed that i write a lot more for reviews for the books that I enjoy a lot, just because I want to share everything that I liked about it. SO with that said, if you also read the book, you should talk to me about it on social media: @BrookeEvans2001 on Twitter and @thecozylittlebooknook on Instagram. Don’t forget to check back regularly or follow me on social media or via email so you never miss another post! I’ll be back soon with another post!
How To Be Someone Else by Rachel Del
Release Date: Oct 20, 2016
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Sometimes it is the one who knows you best who can love you best.
Penny has lived her life letting others take the reins, leaving her to simply follow in line. After completing her senior year of College she’ll join her father’s marketing firm, get married and start a family.
When her parents drop a bomb on her — that they are getting divorced — Penny decides it’s time to start living by her own rules. And when she meets mysterious P.J. Hawthorne, a published writer who seems to know much more about Penny than she lets on, she knows this is her chance to finally get her life moving in the right direction.
But as questions about her new life overwhelm her, so do thoughts of sweet and gorgeous Alex — who just so happens to be her best friend.
What follows is a series of poor decisions, each one more worrisome than the last, forcing Penny further and further away from not only Alex, but from becoming the woman she’s sure she’s meant to be.
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Rachel Del is a head-in-the-clouds introvert, homebody and thirty-something writer currently living in Las Vegas, Nevada with her husband and three-year-old son. Originally from Ontario, Canada she works in book publishing, and spends her free reading and writing contemporary romance novels. She drinks far too much black coffee and could eat sushi every day.
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I hope y'all liked this blitz, and I will have a review up for the book pretty soon (within the next month or so). I absolutely love the cover and I cannot wait to get the chance in my busy schedule to read the book! Also go over and follow me on Twitter @BrookeEvans2001 so you can get notified when I post! Let me know all you thoughts in the comments or find my on social media!
Hey Everyone! Today’s post is another Top Ten Tuesday post and the prompt this week is Top Ten characters to name_____. This could be spun many different ways so I’m just going to take 10 character’s names that I would consider to name my child (when that time ever comes of course). Also for those who don’t know, this weekly meme is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish!
Ok, this is actually a really hard prompt, because there are so many names that I love, but here’s just a handful of them.
I’m just going to leave this list here at 6. As you probably know by now, I have more but I don’t want to bore everyone out of their minds reading about baby name :) I want to know, what are some of your favorite names?
As always, let me know what you thought and all your thoughts in the comments section or find me on Social Media: @BrookeEvans2001 on Twitter and @thecozylittlebooknook on Instagram. I will have another post up very soon!!
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