The Art of Deceiving Runaway Princesses

The intriguing enigma of the assassin’s identity was what persuaded me to finally read The Kiss of Deception. My expectations were sky high because of all the hype, and I was very excited as I delved into this world of romance, mythology, and royal conflict.

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Wickedly Dumbfounded

I’m confident that I’m also gonna love the next book in The Folk of the Air. So far, the only “negative” thing I can say about the series is that Taryn sucks. Somebody, please erase her from the face of the earth.

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That Crime Called Miscommunication

The Winner’s Crime is a gut-wrenching novel about the inevitable consequences of lying. The misunderstandings between Kestrel and Arin will stay in my brain for a very long time.

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A Book that Won Me Over

The Winner’s Curse gave me an emotional and memorable reading experience. I’ve always been a fan of political and worthwhile drama, so I had no trouble getting into the story.

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A Crush So Unrequited

I gave A Love So Beautiful 4.5 out of 5 stars. The plot was fast-paced, most of the protagonists were very likable, and the overall content was realistic and relevant.

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After 552 Mornings

Reading Morning Star was a slow yet worthwhile experience. I loved the unique characters and the unpredictable events that molded them. I wish that I finished this book sooner, but there’s no point crying over spilled milk.

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Who Cares about Game of Thrones?

Fantasy has always been one of my favorite genres. When Sasha Alsberg recommended this phenomenal book on her channel, I did not hesitate to get my hands on it.

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Under Love-tainted Skies

This #OwnVoices novel really deepened my understanding of the complexities of mental illness, so I would be more than happy to reread it someday.

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