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The Hating Game/99 Percent Mine, Thorne

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a special deal today. A two for one on literary opinions related to Thorne and modern romance, if you will. Because I feel like if I’m going to talk about 99 Percent Mine, I must also address The Hating Game. Party time.

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The Unhoneymooners, Christina Lauren

I feel like I’ve had a fairly rough go of it recently. Lots of books that were promising, that I wanted to like, but flopped for one reason or another. Plus, if you’ve read my review of The Proposal then you can guess I was a little hesitant to read The Unhoneymooners. But I’m so glad I gave it a chance!

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Outfox, Sandra Brown

YOU GUYS. I MET SANDRA BROWN. SHE IS SO NICE AND AMAZING. I’m never going to recover from this. And Outfox was so good. Ugh. I’m deed.

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Red, White & Royal Blue, Casey McQuiston

Another London read! Which seemed appropriate for this romance between the president’s son and the Prince of England. And it was a really good read y’all. Seriously, I was impressed with McQuiston.

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The Matchmaker’s List, Lalli

Y’all. There are two kinds of bad books, the bad ones and then the BAD ones. This novel by Lalli is one of the BAD ones.

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The Proposal, Jasmine Guillory

This book was cute! Not a lot of intellectual simulation, or amazing writing, or inventive plot points, but Guillory definitely knows how to do cute! So if cute is what you aim for, then it’s probably worth it! But in all honesty, I was underwhelmed.

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Emergency Contact, Mary H. K. Choi

After being emotionally beaten down by A Little Life, I wanted something light. But still good and enjoyable and sweet. Choi’s Emergency Contact delivered.

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The Lost for Words Bookshop, Butland

What a cute book.

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Call Me by Your Name, André Aciman

I finally read it! Was it all in one sitting last night? Yes. Did it leave me conflicted and full of emotions about beauty and humans and honesty? Yes.

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The Keeper of Lost Things, Ruth Hogan

There are some books you read because they are deep and asking meaningful questions. Then there are books that you read because they are sweet and make you feel things and you love that. Hogan’s novel is the second one.

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