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Christmas Shopaholic
by Sophie Kinsella

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I’ve been enjoying Sophie’s books and am a huge Christmas fan. This wasn’t my favorite of hers though.

God Has A Name
by John Mark Comer

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Very interesting and informative book detailing God’s names in a very easy to read and understanding way.

Can You Keep A Secret
by Sophie Kinsella

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This was great! You can mostly predict what is going to happen, but just like a Hallmark movie, you don’t mind and enjoy it anyway. Some parts of the book make you cringe with the main character. As if it’s happening to you!

Aurora Burning
by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman

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This book was absolutely incredible. It had me crying, laughing, shouting with the characters every chapter.

Cottage At The Beach
by Lee Tobin Mcclain

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This was a cute beach read. The ending was quite predictable. I liked the small town setting, reminds me of the White Lake area! Easy reading!

No Fixed Line
by Dana Stabenow

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I adore Dana Stabenow's work. She is that rare combination of a terrific writer and a wonderful storyteller. This book is the 22nd in the Kate Shugak series, and is a satisfying, fun read. But you must start at the beginning and read in order! Begin with "A Cold Day for Murder" and fall in love with Alaska.

Ballad Of Songbirds And Snakes
by Suzanne Collins

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Amazing book! Love all the details and forshawdowing. Definitely a page turner. By far my favorite Hunger Game book.

My Plain Jane
by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, Jodi Meadows

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This book was hilarious, and the character building was mysterious and fun to watch.

Conceal Dont Feel Twisted Tale
by Jen Calonita

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This was a fun read. Strange to hear a different story about familiar characters. Now I want to read about the other well known fairytale characters!

Regretting You
by Colleen Hoover

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This book has so many crazy plot twists, but it's also easily relatable in many of the events and relationships. I loved this book because it kept me entertained all the way through and it was very unpredictable. I highly recommend reading this, it's my new all time favorite book.