AWRW Book Review: Taste Me, Tempt Me: Eight Tales of Sweet & Spicy Romance #Anthology by @WriterGGAndrew @Grrlgenius @BeccaBooks @LikeItHotBooks @ColeHeartedGirl @AmandaGaleBooks @MadeleineKeane1 @JenniferSable

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AWRW Book Review 🔪 🍰 Killer Cupcakes 🔪 🍰 Lexy Baker #CozyMystery Series Book 1, by Author @LeighannDobbs

Things are going great for Lexy Baker. She’s finally opened her dream bakery, gotten rid of her cheating boyfriend and settled into her grandmother’s house with her perky dog Sprinkles at her side. But her blissful life doesn’t last long. When her ex-boyfriend is found poisoned with cupcakes from her bakery, Lexy finds herself in […]

AWRW Book Review: Paper Towns by John Green

Who is the real Margo? Quentin Jacobsen has spent a lifetime loving the magnificently adventurous Margo Roth Spiegelman from afar. So when she cracks open a window and climbs into his life—dressed like a ninja and summoning him for an ingenious campaign of revenge—he follows. After their all-nighter ends, and a new day breaks, Q […]

AWRW Book Review ✞ God On Trial ✞ by Author Sabri Bebawi @DrSabriBebawi

Goodreads Book Synopsis For the main character of Sabri Bebawi God On Trial, each moment brings a torment of some kind. The character is extremely intelligent and yet disturbed by thoughts that never cease, as well as memories that evoke strong responses, eventually leading to a confusion of time and current reality. Indeed, as time […]

AWRW Book Review: The Girl on the Half Shell, (The Half Shell Series, Book I), by Susan Ward

“The Best Men are like the ocean: They lure you in quietly and drown you. And if you are really lucky you stay lost at sea.” People think Chrissie Parker has a picture-perfect life. She leads an opulent lifestyle in Santa Barbara, her father, Jack, is a beloved music icon from the sixties, and she […]

AWRW Book Review: Scared Scriptless, by Alison Sweeney

Maddy Carson is a mass of contradictions. She loves her job as Script Supervisor on a hit TV show, but hates “Hollywood.” Super-organized and down-to-earth, Maddy is clearly one of the best at her job, and her strict dating rule – “No Actors!” – helps her keep focused on her career. However, a budding relationship […]

AWRW Book Review: From Fairies and Creatures of the Night, Guard Me, An Anthology by Emily de Courcy

In this collection of short stories, enter a world where a young woman paints the future, for a terrible price, and an automaton comes to life; where wizards roam the night, ice pixies invade every Yuletide and a vampire meets Death on a rainy night. Here, a musician plays cards with a fairy king in […]

AWRW Book Review: Discovering Daniel, by Nadine Christian

When a shocking memory surfaces that Ava McCoy can’t understand, she looks for answers. With her parents and her Uncle Sam trying to convince her that she is only chasing dreams, she is determined to prove that they are wrong, the vision too vivid in her mind to be anything but truth. When her investigation […]

AWRW Book Review: A Very Good Life, by Author Lynn Steward *PLUS GIVEAWAY*

Book Review: A Very Good Life, by Author Lynn Steward “We know what a determined woman can accomplish, don’t we? -She would need to be focused. It was almost 1975, International Woman’s Year. If she wanted to live up to the expectations of women like Nina Bramen, she would have to rise to the occasion.”–A […]

Book Review: Above, by Isla Morley

***Warning: This book review contains some spoilers*** “Sometimes, I think putting up with Dobbs and playing by his rules is being strong, but sometimes, like now, I wonder if I didn’t misplace my backbone somewhere.” Blythe is 16 yrs old when a trusted adult who worked at her high school’s library delivers her some distressing […]

Book Review: The Girls of Tonsil Lake, by Liz Flaherty

“I thought of how little some things had changed since Tonsil Lake. We still sat in the kitchen in our nightclothes, still dreamed of the perfect man -whether we’d had him and lost him, still had him, or were sort of hoping -and we still got zits.” The Girls of Tonsil Lake, by Liz Flaherty, […]