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(un)Conventional Bookviews · 7h ago

Review: Roman – Sawyer Bennett

Roman showed a different aspect of the hockey club as well as the difficulty to live in that world, especially when the characters wanted to keep some private moments… private. I feel like I always say something about my big love for hockey players w...
(un)Conventional Bookviews · 2d ago

Weekend Wrap-up #175 – Norway on my Mind

Weekend Wrap-up is where I share my new books, as well as what happened here at (un)Conven...
(un)Conventional Bookviews · 3d ago

Safe and Sexy #4 – The Other Side of Us

Safe & Sexy #4 I’ve had the idea for a feature about safe sex for a long time, ever since ...
(un)Conventional Bookviews · 4d ago

Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts #104 – Lady Luck

Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts #104 Welcome to Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts, an ...
(un)Conventional Bookviews · 5d ago

Review: Lifeblood – Gena Showalter

Lifeblood didn’t fully live up to my expectations, as Ten didn’t seem the same, strong, independent girl she was in Firstlife. In the first book, Ten, while not being exactly decisive, did manage to be quite independent once she escaped the instituti...
(un)Conventional Bookviews · 1W ago

Weekend Wrap-Up #174 – One Week Off

Weekend Wrap-up is where I share my new books, as well as what happened here at (un)Conven...
(un)Conventional Bookviews · 1W ago

Safe and Sexy #3 – Flirting With Disaster

Safe & Sexy #3 I’ve had the idea for a feature about safe sex for a long time, ever since ...
(un)Conventional Bookviews · 1W ago

Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts #103 – Sweet Dreams

Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts #103 Welcome to Thirsty Thursday and Hungry Hearts, an ...
(un)Conventional Bookviews · 1W ago

Review: I’ll See You in Paris – Michelle Gable

I’ll See You in Paris intrigued me and made me curious, but it fell a little flat in the end. When I read the summary for I’ll See You in Paris, I thought I would get a pretty solid mystery, spanning over three decades, and jumping between the presen...
(un)Conventional Bookviews · 2W ago

Review: Sting – Sandra Brown

What a twisty turny mystery Sting was – there was no way for me to guess the who, the why or the how, and so the pages turned fast! It really is difficult to talk about Sting and not give anything away, because the mystery is so multi-layered and the...