| Checked Out: May Book Review II- Know My Name: A Memoir |

Chanel Miller was a college graduate, a businesswoman, a creative, a wonderful sister, girlfriend, and daughter. Her future was as bright as the California sun, but when Stanford University student Brock Turner sexually assaulted her one night at a college party, her life took a backseat to his own. The court system saw this claim […]

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| Checked Out: May Book Review- The Tea Girl Of Hummingbird Lane |

Full disclosure: I added “The Tea Girl Of Hummingbird Lane” to my Goodreads list because the name was beautiful and the reviews were high. I had never heard of Lisa See, bestselling author of “Snow Flower,” “The Secret Fan,” and “On Gold Mountain;” It was one of those instances where I was sifting through genres […]

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| Checked Out: April Book Review- Be The Girl |

I will admit, sometimes my Amazon Fire surprises me, and I find myself gravitating to the e-reader over the novels that line my bookshelves. After reading “Wild At Heart,” the Kindle app suggested other K.A. Tucker books that I might enjoy. I noticed that “Be The Girl” was free (included in my Kindle Unlimited membership) […]

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| Checked Out: March Book Review IV- Wild At Heart |

Be warned: There are spoilers below! If you haven’t read “The Simple Wild” yet by K.A. Tucker, I recommend starting there, as “Wild At Heart” picks up where the former ends. Feel free to check out my last review for a plot summary and rating! As mentioned in my previous post, it didn’t take me […]

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| Checked Out: March Book Review III- The Simple Wild |

“The Simple Wild” by K.A. Tucker, was an unexpected addition to my TBR list. I had seen the book on quite a few Instagram accounts and when a “flash giveaway” appeared in my Stories, I decided to enter myself. Believe it or not, I won the contest (my first ever book victory!) and a few […]

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| Checked Out: March Book Review II- Open Book |

Today, you are going to learn a few new things about me: I followed the ‘unpopular vote’ when it came to growing up in the 90’s and early 2000’s. While everyone was learning N’Sync’s dances and memorizing the lyrics to the Backstreet Boys’ newest song, I was scouring Tiger Beat for photos of 98 Degrees. […]

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