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Friday’s Page 69 ~ Fresh Start by Rhys Everly

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Fresh Start by Rhys Everly

Fresh Start (Cedarwood Beach #1) by Rhys Everly, Romance, LGBT, Small Town, Friendship, Family, Dual POV, Man, Torso, Palm Trees, Uncle
“So you’re in love with a boy,” Summer said and let the last word draw out as if she had a secret and teasing me with it.
“No!” I answered straight away. “No boys. Whatsoever. It’s been a long time since I had the time for love.”
“Who doesn’t have time for love?” Summer giggles.
I wished that were true. But it wasn’t just about time, was it? It was about finding the person who was willing to give their everything for you. And you for them. Something that had never happened to me.
Blog Tour ~ The Area 51 Files by Julie Buxbaum, Lavanya Naidu ~ 15 Reactions While Reading

Blog Tour ~ The Area 51 Files by Julie Buxbaum, Lavanya Naidu ~ 15 Reactions While Reading

Morning all!

The Area 51 Files by Julie Buxbaum, Lavanya Naidu, Aliens, Friendship, Car, Children's Book, Humour, Illustrations, Uncle, Hedgehog

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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Pepper’s Rules for Secret Sleuthing by Briana McDonald

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Pepper’s Rules for Secret Sleuthing by Briana McDonald

Pepper's Rules for Secret Sleuthing by Briana McDonald , Children's Book, Mystery, Summer, LGBT, Romance, Secrets, Family, Girl, Binoculars, Boy, Aunt,
Dad and I stand in front of the biggest house I’ve seen in my life. It looks like a row of two-story houses were smooshed together, then decorated with thick Greek pillars and pearl-white shutters. The driveway alone is so large, we had to drive around an enormous patch of frog-green grass that circles a glowing fountain with a perpetually spitting dolphin in its center just to park by the front door.
I crane my neck to take it all in, eyes wide. “It looks like a giant, haunted mansion. Perfect for some summertime sleuthing.”
Top 10 Books May 2022

Top 10 Books May 2022

Afternoon all!

Top 10 Books May, Books, Gallow Hill, Regels van Floor, Sneeuwwit

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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ The Wisteria Society of Lady Scoundrels by India Holton

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ The Wisteria Society of Lady Scoundrels by India Holton

The Wisteria Society of Lady Scoundrels (Dangerous Damsels #1) by India Holton , Flowers, Historical Fiction, Thief, Assassin, Aunt, Historical Fiction, Romance
There was no possibility of walking to the library that day. Morning rain had blanched the air, and Miss Darlington feared that if Cecilia ventured out she would devolop a cough and be dead within the week. Therefore Cecilia was at home, sitting with her aunt in a room ten degrees colder than the streets of London, and reading aloud The Song of Hiawatha by “that American rogue, Mr. Longfellow,” when the strange gentleman knocked at their door.
Review for The Great Big Enormous Book of Tashi

Review for The Great Big Enormous Book of Tashi

Great Big Enormous Book of Tashi , Kim Gamble, Anna Fienberg, Barbara Fienberg, Tashi, Children's Book, Magic, Magical, Short stories, fun, Children's Book, Giants, Trolls, Genies, GhostsA fun book containing all 32 adventures of Tashi! Be prepared for mean uncles, ghosts, dumb dragons, giants, and more~

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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Leonora Bolt: Secret Inventor by Lucy Brandt + Gladys Jose

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Leonora Bolt: Secret Inventor by Lucy Brandt + Gladys Jose

Leonora Bolt: Secret Inventor by Lucy Brandt (Goodreads Author), Gladys Jose, Children's BOok, Inventions, Inventor, Humour, Illustrations, Girl, Bolts, Cogs
Fnizzle, Thwoosh, KABLOOM!
Leonora Bolt’s hair was on fire again. And so were her eyebrows. “Amazing,” she murmured, before realizing her head felt a bit hotter than usual. Grabbing a glass of water, she sloshed it right over herself.
Sizzlesizzlefizzzzzz!
Burnt brown curls stuck to her cheeks like seaweed. Great globs of grease dribbled down her grubby dungarees. And Leonora’s eyes gleamed with triumph.