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July Book Review

Too Late - Colleen Hoover - ⭐️⭐️⭐️✨


Okay, you guys already know I love Colleen Hoover. This book wasn't AS great as the others that I've read by her. It was super interesting though. Hoover would write the book whenever she has writers block for her other books she was writing. She would post it to a Facebook Group and at one point, the people in the group told her that she should publish it! That was interesting to me because you would have never known!


Sloan, the main character, has been with Asa for two years of her College Career. Asa would say they had the most perfect relationship, but Sloan would beg to differ. Sloan started to rely on Asa too much so it was hard to get away. Throughout the book, Sloan tries to figure out a way to get away from Asa and his toxic lifestyle.


Great book. I wanted to know what happened next at the end of every chapter, but hot DAMN the sex scenes were very... intense! No one warned me that's what I was about to read... think 50 Shades, but like XXXXX rated version! They started to not be as prominent as the book went on and the story line continued to thicken.

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The Cuckoo's Calling - Robert Galbraith - ⭐️⭐️⭐️

What the... This is J. K.Rowling?! That's awesome!


Strike is a Private Investigator that is just barely scraping by after his deployment to Afghanistan and his recent breakup with his girlfriend. Just when Strike thinks there is no way he will make it as a PI but then John Bristow walks in his office. He explains to Strike that his sister, a supermodel, fell to her death a few months ago. Even though the police ruled this as a suicide, Bristow refuses to believe it and offers Strike a pretty penny to look into the case.


This book is one of 5 and I don't feel the need to read the others. It was a TON of character development and didn't keep me as interested as I would've liked.


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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - J.K. Rowling - ⭐️⭐️⭐⭐⭐


I'M SORRY! I'M SORRY! I'M SORRY! Sorry to all my friends that I called weirdos because they loved Harry Potter so much. I doubted that I was going to like it but ended up absolutely loving it! I'll definitely be reading the rest of the books and maybe even watching the movies!


Harry gets called to Hogwarts on a scholarship. He finally has a chance to get out of a horrible foster home, but has never even heard of Hogwarts. His family never told him, but he is a wizard! Harry meets a bunch of friends along the way and is always on a new adventure.

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Little Fires Everywhere - Celeste Ng - ⭐️⭐️⭐️


Mia Warren is a single mother who moves to a town, Shaker Heights, where everything is next to perfect. The Richardson Family, especially the mother (Elena), embodies the traits of the town to a T.


Mia and her teenage daughter are living in a rental home that is owned by the Richardson's. The Richardson children become enthralled with the mother-daughter team, and shortly there after, so does Elena.


When old family friends of the Richardson's try to adopt a Chinese-American baby, a custody battle breaks out in Shaker Heights. This battle puts Mia and Elena on opposing sides. Elena starts digging into Mia's past and finds some very interesting secrets.


The ending was not everything I had hoped it was, but was still a fun, read full of twists and turns.


Can't wait to watch this on hulu!


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As always, please feel free to share recommendations of books that you think I should check out too! 😊


CHEERS! Happy reading!!


PS-Some good trash TV I binged over the past month:

  • Selling Sunet

  • Married at First Sight


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