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Finding Home

Usually, I write a detailed report on why I LOVE THIS BOOK...
but.
I can express my feelings for this book in literally 4 words.

I LOVED THIS BOOOOOK.

Cyn out.

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Cameron

I don't know what to say about this.

I loved the book, Cameron, I HATED Lavender and Kevin and whatshisname. OMG, I am, like, at a lost for words, right now.

Okay.
Let's keep this professional.

Okay, so the first few paragraphs confused me, because their weren't any kind of punctuation at the end of the sentence(s). "It was like this"... I loved the titles of them, like, 2002-1? Why did you stop naming the chapters that? You should (just a suggestion) go back, and match them all up so they all say Chapters so-and-so, or 2010.

Can't wait to read on about Cameron.
(so, he was assigned girl at birth, and is gay? so you're saying once he transgenders, he's still gay?) (don't answer that, just wanted to show my thought process while reading this)

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Rival Gangs

The beginning of the book - the first 'chapter' - was honestly a complete turn-off. You should want to jump right into or ease the person reading into the plot line - which I didn't understand from what I read. You should introduce the chapter with the list of Characters at the END of the book. For me, that would've been easier.

When you were introducing the character, instead of piling it all in one paragraph, in one chapter, you should've diced it up so you could build and revise the character as more readers got engaged in the book.

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Silver Lining

So far, the book is great. It's a continuation of Ollie, now grown and of age. I know your updating every day but I was surprised when he admitted his feelings for Abby and vice versa so soon. I have to say, unless this book is going to be short, I would've wanted it to be - as I said reading Every CLoud - dramatized and exaggerated a bit more. Of course, the book is still in the makings so I CAN'T WAIT FOR THE BOOK TO BE COMPLETED. And now that I'm done reading this book, I'll go and update my own. You earned a permanent follower and reader out of me, Ms. April.

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Every Cloud

This book was amazing through and through. The first chapter was, in my opinion, a little rocky and I was a bit confused but after a minute the book was great. I was shocked that Carson (is that his name?) and Emma was reunited... I kind of figured that the situation with Carson and Savannah wasn't what it seemed. Emma should've had more trust in her 'high school sweetheart'. I mean, she - the other girl, Savannah - was standing there in lingerie not appearing out of breath, hair disheveled, or anything. I feel as though some of the things Emma was feeling could've been exaggerated a bit more since the book took a turn with Carson coming back and the two gettings back together. I feel as though the scene where Emma and Savannah were in the hotel room should've been longer - maybe give the readers a bit of a scare. And since you asked how do I feel about Carson... I STILL DISLIKE HIM (I'm joking, I loooooove him)

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Into the Traps

The synopsis is what wanted me to read this book. From the first words, you drew the reader in, which is what you want in a book. Someway, you veered off and actually went into dialogue, Like, I know that's what some others do, putting an excerpt in the synopsis but for this type of book, I'd think you would've actually went into what the book is about. From what I got from the little summary, charlotte takes the guy to some other guy, which isn't very intriguing. Continue on writing, love, and I'll read again.

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How Mine End

Okay, this title. Maybe it's because I haven't gotten too far in the book yet or maybe it's just my crazy mind, but this title isn't really... hitting different for me. I saw the title and thought, 'this is another cliche romance' and so far, nothing had proven me wrong. The main character has some sort of disease..? Couldn't really tell from the chapters that I've read. It was hard to read at the beginning because you used ' ' for someone talking and used " " for someone quoting another... didn't make sense. I loved the prologue though, kind of reminded me of the Twilight Saga. Like later on the prologue will be said again as another chapter later on..? (is that Jake, her ex?)
About to finish reading now. 🙂

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Sweet, Sweet, Desires

Great starts!

The beginning was great - the first, like, 4 paragraphs. I thought you could've explained the scenes a bit more, since your writing this kind of book. Writing erotica books, I feel as though you have to give more details on what's going on, maybe build some suspense. I think you should've maybe fed us more in the beginning, instead of jumping straight into things - the lady going to work, horny already. I noticed a few - not a lot - grammar issues, too. Maybe go back and read this again.
Question - I was reading your wall before you responded to my comment on your post and you said 'Story 2 coming soon'. Do you mean another chapter to this book? Or a whole new story with nothing to do with this one?

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91 Days

Hm. 91 days left to live gives you a lot to think about, no?

Well, I gave it a 3-star review because the book isn't finished. And I felt as though the hospital scene could've been drawn out a little bit more. Like, how she felt when she got the news; how her heart dropped to her stomach but she wanted to keep a strong face for her already crumbling father. The doctor's discomfort giving the news to the already dying girl in the bed. And the two chapters here would've been better told in third person point of view, to capture all the emotions.
Don't get me wrong, it wasn't bad - it just needs a little work! Finish the book and I'll review it again.

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Away...

Wow.
The only thing I could think while reading it was, this book is really fucked up. Like, I love the plot but... It was like this happened in life and you decided to make a book about it based on experience.

Sam and Travis's love story was kind of weird. Like, I was confused - how they started loving each other when they hated each other in the process. It seemed kind of rushed, at that point. But I loved the book - honestly.

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Wow

I have to admit, I started this book about a few months ago, but then I thought it was kinda boring but whew. I'm never making that mistake again. This book was very good; it had me crying asking the computer why they was doing all of that if they wasn't going to be together in the first place - Part 15. I loved this book, the plot and everything in between.

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Plum

Plum was very well written. It kind of reminded me of Spring's Seduction. Plum's character, at first, was a little confusing, but that had nothing to do with the writers' style. There was minor technical writing like you missed a period or misspelled a word. Everything was great; there is really nothing I can comment on.

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Astra

I saw a complete difference in a writing style while reading this book. I don't think I read the synopsis, but the prologue replaced what information I didn't have. I loved reading this because you described everything so perfectly, especially in the beginning, with the uncle and aunt. Eagerly waiting to read more. (whoop, whoop! the first reviewww)

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The Imaginary (The LakeView Series, Book Two)

The book is just as good as the first book, The Dare. As I was shocked at the ending of the first book, I'm kind of shocked by the chapters here. Mainly, at the fact she - and her friends - are going back to the place where she was in her coma (I don't want to spoil the book(s).) I can't wait for new chapters.

These chapters are giving me new questions by the second.

Are there going to be the same replica of people dying, as the first book? Who is this Theodore character? Will he die? Will Salem die? Is Sage and (I forget his name, Gabriel? Mason?) going to get together? Is ANYBODY going to die?

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Imperfectly Beautiful

I like the general direction the book is going in. I love what you've already portrayed, with Venus' low self-esteem. Instead of talking, thinking, what she was feeling, maybe you could describe it. For example, instead of saying, a messy fat woman shows in the mirror, try and describe her description, other than 'fat' and 'messy'. Like, 'I see a wide-waisted girl in the mirror. Hazel eyes stare back at me, dark bags hanging under them.'. You know, something to give me a visual on what and who Venus is.

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Blood Hunter

I loved the way you were able to describe Red's character, instead of just telling us what she did. The flashbacks were my favorite part - should they even be called flashbacks? Technically, they weren't... They're little minor spelling issues in here; they should be easily fixed if you were to read it thoroughly. All in all, I loved the book - can't wait to read more.

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Complexity

I'm quite bewitched with Olivia's character. I can tell what the plot is, and I really loved that you included the history (or a little of the history) of the Yakuza. I honestly thought I was the only one who knew about them - although, anyone who's watched Hawaii FIve-0 should know who and what they do. I noticed that you put Olivia's (and the other POVs) thoughts in italic..? When you're doing that, you're putting emphasis on them, when in reality they could be minor to the storyline. I also noticed in the first chapter (at least, I think it was the first chapter) where you over describing how proud she was... I, myself, have a hard time describing the simple things but the fact that you were able to describe that moment to the point where I cringed had me a little... shocked!

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Disbanded - Ricci (B5)

4/5 - Overall
5/5 - Plot
3/5 - Writing Style
3/5 - Writing Skills

(quick suggestion - for the ENTIRE Disbanded series, instead of putting 'Disbanded - soandsoandso', just put 'Ricci, Alex, Enforcer' or whatever the book is titled. I understand that it's one series, but putting the series in the title is a huge turn-off.)

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Disbanded - Alex (B4)

4/5 - Overall Story
4/5 - Plot
3/5 - Writing Style
3/5 - Writing Skills

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Disbanded – Enforcer (B3)

3/5 - Overall
3/5 - Plot
3/5 - Writing Style
4/5 - Technically Writing Skills

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Disbanded – Pres (B2)

4/5 - Overall rating.
4/5 - Plot
3/5 - Writing style
5/5 - Technical Writing Skills

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Disbanded - Princess (B1)

I am writing this review as I read.

Okay, so, right of the back, I can't understand the format. Wait, more like, 'I don't LIKE your format'. The dialogue and thoughts are bunched together
like this. I
can't
understand the book
reading
like this.

The descriptions in the text (as the dialogue) are happening is very vague. I believe in chapter TWO you described the way the girl looked and or appeared as she walked into the club, but didn't give much of a description of what the club looked like.

I couldn't really understand the plot of the storyline. I don't know if it's because of the formatting or because of the lack of description, or if it's the book cover, but I didn't understand it, which is why I ranked all the categories 3/5.

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Then You Look At Me

Whew.

The overall story was beyond perfect, to be honest. I loved the characters (Ansel and Rainey, and a little bit of Riley and Alex). I wish there was a bit more information, concerning Rainey's background. I understand everything from the point she arrived at the school and beyond. I enjoyed the flashbacks, but they were very bland. I didn't feel the impact of... what was her name, Kendra? I didn't feel the impact she had on Rainey's character, at least, not enough for me to think she's that important. In the flashback scenes, everything was so... quick? (too much dialogue in those parts. Instead of spending that time to talk, you should've described the way Rainey and or Kendra and or Riley and or Monica felt in the moment) It was like you couldn't describe it, what was happening in the moment, which is fine because I do the exact same thing.

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Alpha's Boy

The plot was good, from what I could understand.
Emphasis on 'from what I could understand'. The grammar, punctuation, and such were awful, no offense. I couldn't really understand the main character's thought process, which most don't really care about. I noticed that you were putting onomatopoeia(s) in here, too (Bang, splat, boom, etc.) It wasn't necessary. Sure, it made me pay more attention to the parts where it was mentioned and or said, but sometimes you did this (Bang*25). Instead of doing that, you could've described the physical pain he was going through. Even if you couldn't, you could've made something up, because, as I said, no offense, that chapter was a hot mess. Despite all the problems about it though, the book is very eye-catching.

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Beauty and the Criminal

Overall, the book was amazing. I loved Elle's character, much better that her mafia boyfriend. I felt that you could've just had only one POV, Elle's. The multiple povs gave us a dynamic effect, showing the growth between everyone, but some were unnecessary. Like, Alicia's POV (or Amelia, I don't have a great memory), that was unneeded for the story line.

I hated (no offense) the writing style. You bunched together some of the dialogue, which was confusing at first. It didn't stop me from reading the book and understanding everything, but just wanted to add that bit.

Loved the booook!

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The Girl and the Boy Who Broke Her

The book was amazing.

At times everything was moving smoothly and at others it would change so quickly, leaving some of your readers (not me) confused. I hope there is a sequel written, although I don't think there will be one.

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Spring's Seduction

This is now one of my favorite books right now.

I loved the dynamic effect I had while reading this. I loved Spring's character, mainly because in a way that's how I wanted to portray some of mine, but it went in a different direction... At first, I wasn't a big fan of the plot, mainly because it seemed like a cliche beginning and, in a way, a cliche ending. Towards the end, I didn't like the writing style. In the middle of a sentence, the thing would

do that ^^ what I just did and I was confused. But other than that, the book was great, through and through.

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Friday's, 3:15

This book had my attention from the start. I loved the way you started off the book - by making it seem like the girl was waiting for him. I wished we could've had more interactions with Ben, although I understand why we didn't.

The book moved extremely fast though. One minute they were doing this and the next minute they were doing something else. You could've made the chapters a wee bit longer, to maybe stretch it out. Other than that, everything was great!

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Bonded**

I remember when I did my first GXG book...

The only problem I had with this book was how fast everything progressed. I know this was written as a short story and I understand that. You could've maybe added more description to everything. added a bit more of a back story with Davina and Janey. Other than that, the story was great - hot and steamy!

**my review is short because the book is short. If it had been longer, I would've given more feedback.

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Judas

I love the preface. As soon as I started reading, it caught my attention. Initially, I selected this book because it had the least amount of chapters in it - from what I can tell - but now, I want to continue reading. I'm eager to find out who takes Judas - if he does get taken - and the whole deal with his Moms'. Not to mention those neighbors! What was his name, Daniel? David? My attention span is slowly slipping from me, LOL. But, I think he's going to tell the person in the woods - I think that's what they were warning the Moms' right? - that there is a perfect little boy who just moved to wherever they moved to for her to have. From what I pieced together, the person who stayed in the woods likes children..?
Anyway, I can't wait for the book to be finished.

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Rejection Denied

From what I've read, this book is great. I love the dynamic effect the book had as the chapters developed. I wished we could've had more character development for Nix and maybe the main character - I forgot her name. From what I've read, she's had a dark past - the fact that she's been in a lot of foster homes. She is one hell of a fighter due to the fact that she's a werewolf or a descendent from a powerful one.
I wasn't really a fan of your writing style, especially in the first few paragraphs that included Mark. Everything, from the time she woke up to the time she meets the Beta, was in my opinion rushed. She should probably go back and reread those chapters and see if you could add a few more details.

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Reality Check

This book was literally a play on my emotions. It was beautifully written! The book as a whole will override any negative feelings. I surprised by the ending, to be honest. Call me a sucker for liking a horrible ending, LOL. The way you portrayed Max made it seem like the ending would end in tatters and bleeding hearts but it didn't. I wish we could've had more of a background with the other characters in the book. Like, I know they weren't that much of an importance to the general storyline but I think that would've been great for the readers.
Loved the book, can't wait to read more of your work!

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Loveless Lover

At first, I was a little thrown back because I didn't realize it was poetry until I got into it. I loved how you switched up the flow, a little bit, from regular stanzas to a paragraph. It gave the storyline ups and downs throughout the book.
I'm going to be honest, I'm not much for poetry unless it by someone I know. If this was, I guess, an actual book with, you know, characters and dialogue and whatnot, I probably would've felt what your other readers felt. I only could relate to a few things that you mentioned here.
All in all, this was a good read.'
I wouldn't recommend it to anyone, but if someone was to ask, you know, 'read any good poetry lately?' I'd answer 'Sure, this author named hczhen...

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Trevino

Hi.

Okay, so I read the book yesterday and when I saw you gave a review for mine I decided to reread and go ahead and give you your review.

This is your first book, yes? Well, I liked the idea of it. But, it just seemed so expected. They're a thousand books on this platform that has something to do with a CEO of some major company and a random girl. You have to show your readers that your book is different from the thousands of others using the app. Plus I've noticed that your sentences are extremely long. Like, great job explaining and describing stuff but... For example, in chapter two. The girls were at the club and you were saying something about martinis...? That sentence could've been chopped down to at least three.
Anyway, great job so far...

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Bad Boy Abused👊🏾👊🏾

This book was intense.

From the start - which was, in my opinion, kind of shaky - it showed emotions that I didn't expect. I loved the book through and through, all the ups and downs and ends and outs. I did have a problem with the title though. The book is about 'Olive', who was constantly bullied by her peers. She met the other main character. Liam, when they were younger. He vanished after a while. They didn't see each other until the start of Highschool. Don't get me wrong, I UNDERSTAND the plot and the title. But seeing as the book is about Olivia, I don't see why you named it Bad Boy Abused.

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Guilty As Charged

This book was as interesting as the first. I'm just a little bummed that the book isn't completed on here, *sigh*.
*sorry for the short review...

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My Kind Of Crazy

I don't know what to say about this book.

I loved the idea, you know, being locked up and then falling in love with someone you'd didn't expect. I thought you could've built the character(s) development more. All I got from Ian was that he accidentally killed his father and that was it. Certainly, there was more to the story than just that. And Darven - or whatever his name was - his personality was all over the place. Sure, he had a rough sort of past and I understand that fully but he was perfectly stable. He knew what he was doing, how he was doing it, and when he was going to do it. Everything that you portrayed in this book made it seem like he wasn't and that's not what I got from this.
Can't wait to read book two!

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Eclipse

The book, as always, was great!

One of the things I've noticed was that you lack in giving details. Even though you described what the main character looked like, it was hard imagining it. And the mate of the main character, you didn't give me much of a background him. I get that he was raised to be cold and everything, but all that went down the drain when he brought his mate back, which brings me to my next point. The progress of the events going on in this book, to me, seemed to move fast. I would have to go back and reread something because everything would move so fast. Nevertheless, the book was great and I enjoyed it.

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Ray of Sunshiiiiiine🙂

This book is great!

Seeing as English isn't your first language, this is so far so good. You seemed to have jumped straight into things, not giving us anything that led up to Ray waking up at Dark's house. I get the impression that you're spreading it out a bit, having them as flashbacks instead of having her actually think about it, compare and contrast the previous situation to the one she is in now. Everything seems great, can't really say - other than what I've said - this book is bad.

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More To Love

From the author's note to the chapter I'm on this book was amazing!

I loved the poem sorta format you had going on in the author's note. The prologue was a little iffy - only giving me a bit of the personality of the main character. Although I enjoyed the book, some somethings could've been better. For example, the synopsis was just an excerpt from the book, not really giving me what the book was about. It was intriguing, yes, but you could've offered somewhat of a gist. You kinda jumped right into things with the relationship with Marielle, Carson, and whatshisname. Not to mention, you didn't give us much background on her. Like, I understand she was bullied and everything. After the realization of a polyamory relationship with her best friends, you kind of just made it seem like the confidence came with the relationship and I don't think that was the case. The multiple points of view, I felt, were just confusing me more. In one chapter your in Marielle's POV then you're the twins' POV you're in the parents then you're in third person POV. In my opinion, stick to one POV and offer the other ones as bonus chapters or the ending chapter.

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Mine

Based on the title, you'd expect the book to be a romance type of thing. There were MAJOR grammar issues in here from the jump, making it sorta hard to read. And you put, like, a dash '-' after some form of dialogue. For example, "blahblahblah," - she said. That too threw me off while reading. The scenes also changed quickly, making me a little confused. I couldn't get any information down, and it was hard remembering the main character. Continue reading and I'll re-read, love.

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Bad Blood

At first look, I didn't think I'd like it, but then I was thinking 'I already added half your books to my reading list, so I might just well read it. The first chapter was a little confusing for reasons that had nothing with your writing skills. The plot - from what I could get from it - was great. The chapters here were written well and had just the right amount of detail you'd want in a third person's point of view type of book. Everyone loves a strong woman as the main character, yes? I would love to continue reading this book - how often do you update?

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Snap🎬

I'm, like, on the 15th chapter but let me tell you this book is beyond good. This is the kind of book that makes you stop midsentence just to say 'Wait,' and burst with laughter *me knowing I just did that. Micheal, I have a horrible HORRIBLE feeling about that dude. I think he knows Jake and it's like an adult version of high school. You know, like a bet or something? Rae and Logan will stick I can tell. I wonder if Courtney and her friends are coming back..? Or maybe they did and my mind can't remember because I'm still focused on this girl TAKING A PICTURE WHILE HE'S SAYING HE HAS CANCER! (in all honesty though, if you didn't want her to do her job, you shouldn't have hired her. Just saying,)

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Daddy's Girl

I read this book awhile back and I loved it then and I love it now. First off, I love how you give the count of words at the end of the chapters. I might start doing that, I don't know. The plot seemed unclear but the book is called 'Daddy's girl' so I guess that's self-explanatory. There were minor grammar issues; issues that can be easily fixed if you maybe reread and go back..? Great work so far, I'd love to continue reading.
(Are you putting the times you submit the chapter or..? I noticed them with the count of words a few times...)

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Mob Wife

There were A LOT of grammar issues in this book from the jump. It made it kinda hard to read the book and get the information down. There were times when the books moved into something else and I had to double back and reread parts. I liked the plot, the little that I understood. I feel as though if you fixed somethings, this book would be great.

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Rae Of Light

Whew.

I didn't know what I expected when I pressed on this book yesterday, but it wasn't this. At one point, I think I screamed, closed the computer, and walked away. But then, two seconds later, I cursed myself for closing the damn thing because I didn't know what chapter I left off on.

The plot was great. A girl - Rae - witnessed something she wasn't supposed to and is being held by the people who did the thing that she witnessed. I was hoping for other povs than just Rae's. Like maybe, Rez? There were minor grammar issues that made me a little confused but didn't stop me from reading the book!

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Waiting For You

At first glance, I didn't want to read it. Being dead honest, the synopsis didn't hit me the same way it would if I was reading a book I have read before. The synopsis definitely doesn't do the book ANY justice.
I loved Celeste's character and personality. I wished there could've been more points of view, like how Lazarus behaved before meeting her. Or Dexter's point of view seeing and meeting his mate.
Loved the book!

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Jain with an I!

Jain.

Jain and Evan.

I absolutely loved their story. Literally, couldn't get enough of them. I've been avoiding reading this book for so long because I felt like I read it before. I then decided there was nothing else to read and just mistakingly pressed the book. By then, I was so far deed into it THERE WAS NO TURNING BACK.
I seriously can't wait to jump into the next book.

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Roooooman

I loved the book as a whole.

I didn't, however, enjoy Julia's - I think her name, Julia? - backstory. It seemed all over the place - with the old professor and everything else. Most of the time you made it seemed like she was 'weak' of some sort. And Roman - why do I get the sense his story was just a 'spur of the moment' type of thing? ON TO THE NEXT BOOOOOOOOOOOK!

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Stay Strong

I loved Aspen's background story. I thought instead of giving the full story at the beginning, you could've started the chapter in the present time, giving little snippets of memory so we can guess what's going on. And instead of jumping right into Sonia being clingy to Landon, you could've introduced that a little bit slower instead of jumping right into things. It'd have a bigger effect on the reader - in my opinion.
The part where she and Landon get abducted - you should've spent more time on that part. Even if it was a day, to Aspen it would've felt like forever. You could've explained or emphasized Landon's role in everything, from start to finish.

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Caged

This is my second time reading the book and it will always be absolutely the best.

The first chapter, I believe, could've been explained and/or described a little bit more. And I thought putting actors as Thalia and the other characters were unnecessary. Instead, you could've described what they looked like because those images didn't help me envision what was happening.
I loved the plot but thought we could've had more insight on her relationship with Cage - maybe add those as the first chapter instead of talking about her mother dying and leaving. Although her mother dying and her leaving was an important part of the story, it wasn't as important as Cage and Everett. And I also thought you could've described her walking over the border a bit more - her hesitation on crossing back. Maybe more flashbacks since she has PTSD.
Overall, though, the book was great.

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Chocolate Love🤎🤎

The first few chapters were a little confusing because you just jumped in there. And Aubri's character seemed too forced because at times she didn't seem 'weak' and was very strong with whatever was going on. Now, I always loved your writing style so that's an easy 5-star rating. The plot of the story was unclear until towards the end of the story. The title was also difficult for me to understand. Broken Hearts Need CHOCOLATE not glue, doesn't make sense.
I truly did love your book, though.

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Secrets, Lies, and Love

I didn't finish the book, just letting you know.
I'm writing this review based on the 17 chapters that I've read because I'm going to forget about writing the review after I read all 88 chapters.

Okay, so I thought you could describe some of the things a little bit more and make the plot more known throughout the chapters. I mean, it's pretty clear that Harry is catching feelings but I think you're trying to make the character's thoughts as if he couldn't admit his feelings. And I believe that the multiple points of view besides Harry's and Savannah's is unnecessary because we already can tell what's going on between the two and don't need Anna's egoistic one - my opinion. The synopsis seemed a little strange to me; I believe Savannah was saying how everyone hates her, but HARRY doesn't care when it should be HARRY has many secrets but Savannah doesn't care, (although, I might be wrong about that.) I love the book thus far though! Can't wait to finish it, Rosie!

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Double the Dare

Yoooooooooooo!

Lemme find out I just cried for nothing!!!!!

I loved the book and the ending especially because, come on, who could've seen that coming? Like whaaaaaaaaa..... I think you should write some kind of equal for the chapter before she wakes up because I was thinking it could've been a twist on reality.

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Cupcake

Whew, child.

I think Oliver and Nessa are going to stay together because based on the chapters here she keeps going back because she feels a connection with the jackass. As for Jax? Sooner or later, Nessa will sleep with him - that's a fact. And the last chapter? Why do I have a feeling those girls kinda sorta have feelings for the damaged angel Nessa?
Anyway, I can't wait until you finish this book! I'd definitely continue reading it. (Remember, a review for a review!)

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Fire Girl and Water Boy

While reading this I couldn't help but think of that game fire boy and water girl, or whatever it's called. Some of the words in here seemed too formal for a book like this. And there were a few times where I was confused but I think I was just reading it too fast. I can't help but think that the guy is playing Saf but hey. And Ana and Saf is just a fight waiting to happen lol. I can't wait until the book is finished.

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Royal Meets Rogue*

It was great. Like honestly. Athene and Ares were so cute and passionate. I always wondered what happened to Ares' fake mate but...
*sorry for a short review

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Obsessed with Hayden

LMAOAOAOAOAOAOAOAOAOAOOAOAOAO

Best book. Literally. Couldn't. Stop. Reading.

I was shocked to find that Hayden actually said she loved him back, and I'm wondering what happened to the brother. The plot of the story, at times, was unclear but by the end, it seemed pretty clear to me.

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He'll Always Have Hope🥰🥰

I think I already wrote a review for this book, but I don't see it up here. This book was very good.
There were a few times when I was confused, for example, in the last chapter - it was saying how Hunter and Malik got married but isn't the main character named Hunter and Hope? Were you talking about Trey?
And the grammar was good, but I'm an amateur and noticed a few words that could've been fixed or used in another way. Other than that, it was a very good book and I loved in the end, Hope and Hunter were in the Afterlife, speaking to each other.

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Whisper Wolf 🐺🐺

This book was good. I love the language that was used - I will always love a book with more than one language. I didn't, however, like the... writing style? I don't know how to describe it but it was sometimes hard for me to know who was talking or who wasn't.
Anyways, yall shoule read it tbh.
👯‍♀️🤍

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Damaged👯‍♀️

Damaged.

A 7 lettered word that means so much. Especially to Cade and Gray. My god, I read this book a while back, but I could never remember the title. I just remember that one word: Damaged.
Imagine my shock when I see that's the title of the book.

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Sold

This book was good. The beginning was kind of rough, but none the less very good.

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Sin and Blaire

I don't care what nobody says, this is the best book HANDS DOWN - well besides the ones I write. I've read this whole series about 10 times each and I LOOOOOOOOOVE it.🖤🖤

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Loved

The plot kept twisting and confusing me, making me scream at every turn lol. But the book was definitely good, and yall kids better read it.🥱🥴🤣

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Cliché

I have read this book about twenty times and every time it hits different. This was a good book lmao.

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hm.

I mad at the author for making me wait this long for this outcome buuuuuuuuuuuuttt YOU GUYS SHOULD TOTALLY READ ITTTT

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Diamond Rose

This book was very sexy.

Di and Jason (I think that's his name) are so cute together.

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Wow

When I first started reading this book, I'll be honest, I didn't like it. I like a book to grab me within the first couple of words. I was surprised when I forced myself to read it. The outcome was VERY surprising.

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Pretty Hurts

I'm not going to spoil the book in my review, but, I can say this book was so raw with emotion. I cried and laughed and squealed the entire time.
Popularity blinds us from what's real. From what we want and what we need. Do you really need the best shoes and designer clothes? This book says it all.

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Noooooooooooo !!!!

Now, why you had to go and do that? Why you had to go and rip my heart out by letting what happened to that girl happen?
All I was thinking while I was reading it was if only this was a movie.
I have to admit, I was a little hesitant to read this book because at first, I didn't like it. But then my favorite author updated and I accidentally pressed your name and decided to go ahead and do a review for review. But I like the book, although it was a little dark. And I don't do reviews for free.
My advice to anyone reading this book, don't go in here thinking the main character about to grow up with this Dante, because that's definitely NOT about to happen!

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Falling in Love

I normally don't do reviews but this book was fun and cute. And that's saying a lot since I'm supposed to be listening to my algebra teacher. Great job, love.

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Very Emotional

This book hit me deep down where no one has ventured in a long time. I am very glad this book made me laugh moreover, making me want to resurface some things I swept under the rug. This is book needs to be on your priority list. This is a must-read.

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My Unexpected Mate

This book is too cute for television. I was crying and smiling all throughout this book.

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Beautiful Belle and Alpha Grayson

THIS BOOK IS FREAKING AMAZING!!!!!!! Omg, this is like my go-to book whenever I need a cheesy yet roooooomantic book to read! When I saw the book was finally completed I was like YO, SHE DID. (or he, IDK). Your writing style is great. You sometimes lack certain details in certain areas. Like, maybe dramatize a little bit more. Other than that, there wasn't any problem with your book. I enjoyed it and can't wait to read your sequel.

(YOU SHOULD NAME IT THE ROYAL BOND!!!! the idea did NOT come from me.)

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OMFG

I loved, loved, loved it. I especially related to Whitney and all her troubles. Overall this book was the literal best thing I have ever read. It kept me literally LAUGHING OUT LOUD. Congrats, Congrats, Congrats.

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BEST BOOK I EVER READ

this is literally the best book. amazing plot enough sexiness omggg

This is my favorite author aaaaaaaahh

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👌👌Are you sure

In my opinion, this is a great story. I saw some typos up in your kooliad so recheck your work. Keep up the Good Work.

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