It Won't Be Christmas Without You - Beth Reekles 240 Pages | Publish October 2019 ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Eloise, the Christmas obsessed sister, and Cara, the workaholic sister, have different plans for Christmas. Eloise cannot wait to be home with the family and do all their annual traditions, while Cara plans to bypass the holiday with work.… Continue reading It Won't Be Christmas Without You – Beth Reekles
The Rest Of The Story - Sarah Dessen 440 pages | Published June 2019 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Emma Saylor doesn't know much about her mother, but she is determined to change that. After a change in plans, Emma finds herself bunking with Mimi, her mother's mom, in North Lake. The place her mother grew up and where… Continue reading The Rest Of The Story – Sarah Dessen
No boots. No umbrella. Snow is everywhere, and I'm locked out of my car. Just great. What could be worse, really? If you really think about it, not much. At least my new combo scraper/brush works! And I found out quickly that my new work shoes are actually waterproof. #### "How's it going?" He carefully… Continue reading ❄️So Much Snow❄️
They say it is good to talk about things, so that is what I'm choosing to do. Though I have always been better at writing things down, rather than talking out loud. Things got real for me late December/early January. My Granddad was in and out of the hospital pretty well throughout the month of… Continue reading Things get real
You'd Be Mine - Erin Hahn 304 pages | Published April 2019 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Annie Mathers, the daughter of country music legends with a tragic past, sets out on a summer tour with the one and only bad boy of country music Clay Coolidge. Only there is more to it than meets the eye. Clay needs… Continue reading You'd Be Mine – Erin Hahn
No Judgements - Meg Cabot 384 Pages | Published September 2019 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ As a large hurricane approaches, the island of Little Bridge becomes its target, causing many people to flee, except for Sabrina 'Bree' and some other locals who have hunkered down through previous storms. Sabrina left her higher style life in New York after… Continue reading No Judgements – Meg Cabot
In a writing class I took the exercise was to take the phrase "where were you last night?" and use it to start off a piece of writing. Here is mine 🙂 “Where were you last night?” She screamed into my ear, my reflexes tore the phone away from my face. … Continue reading "Where were you last night?"