Posts Categorized: Contemporary

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Two-For-One BWAM Review

Two-For-One BWAM Review

March 19, 2014 Contemporary, Historical, Reviews 8

In the last week I ended up reading two BWAM! (Black woman/Asian man. thank Solace Ames for putting this abbreviation into my head)  romances so I figured I’d review them in one post before my ADHD gets the best for me and erases both stories from my long term memory!… Read more »

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Secrets And Saris by Shoma Narayanan

Secrets And Saris by Shoma Narayanan

March 17, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 1

After reading The One She Was Warned About I wanted to check out another book by Narayanan. Secrets & Saris surprised me by being having some fairly controversial content. Shefali Khanna is a recently jilted bride overseeing a child care center in a new town. Neil Mitra is a television… Read more »

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Happily Even After by Lena Matthews

Happily Even After by Lena Matthews

March 7, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 10

Two kids and a divorce later, Creigh De Luca figures she’s pretty much done with diapers and late night feedings. That is until a little blue stripe turns her world upside down. Never in a billion years would Creigh have thought she’d become pregnant from a one-night stand, nor could… Read more »

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Bounce by K.M. Jackson

Bounce by K.M. Jackson

March 3, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 2 DNF

In keeping with my 2014 policy of reviewing more DNF’s, I’m going to talk about the first few chapters of K.M. Jackson’s Bounce. At it’s heart, Bounce is about a woman rediscovering herself. We meet Sabrina struggling to emotionally connect to her husband after learning of his infidelity. Sabrina’s pain… Read more »

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Dirty Laundry by Heidi Cullinan

Dirty Laundry by Heidi Cullinan

February 24, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 2

One night on Twitter I asked people to let me know about books they knew dealt with disability and/or had PoC characters because it’s not easy to search for that on NetGalley or retailer sites. Heidi Cullinan tweeted me to suggest two of her books as fitting the bill, then… Read more »

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