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Something Blue: A Novel

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I actually read this one before I read Something Borrowed and ended up liking the way it read that way better. I liked Something Blue better than Something Borrowed because it seemed to have a little more depth to the story line since the characters have already been developed.
Faithless

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Another excellent job by Karin Slaughter. She has drawn me in from book one and I will continue to read her novels until she stops writing, which I hope will not happen for a very long time.
Fallen: (Will Trent / Atlanta series 5)

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I'm still not quite sure how I feel about this one. It was true Karin Slaughter in the fact that it was very suspenseful and kept you on the edge of your seat, but it seemed to have too many story lines going on at the same time. I miss focusing on the main characters more and hope that in her next novel she will go back to original pattern. Overall a great read if you're a fan of KS.
Kisscut: (Grant County series 2)

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This might be my favorite novel by her to date. So much action and drama you can hardly stand it. Kisscut really attaches you to the characters introduced in Blindsighted and has such a great story line that will really make you think!
Something Borrowed: A Novel

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This was a touching novel about how the underdog can actually end up on top. Loved the characters and really felt like I was in the story because I would get so drawn into the drama. Would recommend to anyone who has ever had a domineering friend.
A Grown-Up Kind of Pretty: A Novel

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I LOVED this new novel from Joshilyn Jackson. Being from the south myself, I love the setting and characters in her novels and where they take you. It's so refreshing to see her going back to her mysterious roots after the last couple of books. This one reminds me more of the style of The Girl Who Stopped Swimming. Definitely would recommend this to any and all Joshilyn Jackson fans!
Spin: A Novel

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What drew me to requesting this book was its original plot. I really felt attached to the characters after I finished the book. Overall, a well written novel that captured my attention. It made me think deeply about what I would do if I were in this situation while keeping a comedic aspect revolving through the entire plot. I would recommend this novel to anyone who likes chic lit.
In the Bag: A Novel

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I really enjoyed this fun, quick read! It was not difficult to keep up with all the different characters at all; I loved having characters that I could root for until the end! If you enjoy a good love story, you should definitely pick up this book; it's a quick, easy read that you won't want to put down!
Losing Clementine: A Novel

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I thought this was a great first novel for Ashley Ream; she has great potential to be one of the top names out there! I liked how the format of this book was broken down into chapters that represent days coming closer to the date of her planned suicide. The twist around 7 really got me; I didn't even see it coming. I have to agree with a reviewer before me though; there was a non-ending to this book that somewhat rubbed me the wrong way; however, it did grow on me as I pondered it more. Overall, I would recommend this book and think it was well worth the time taken to read it.
Undone

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*****SPOILER ALERT****** This novel was a bit difficult for me to begin due to the changes at the end of Beyond Reach, but once I began reading it, I found it intriguing how Karin intertwined the characters from the Grant series and the Atlanta series. Definitely worth continuing.
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