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Comfy Reading by Comfyreading - 1w ago

This suspense ride pulled me in from the very first page. I don’t know what it is, but there is something that I absolutely adore about books written in diary form. I feel like I can breeze through them, and reading the words from the characters own mind is tantalizing. In Her Words by J.S. Ellis will…
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Comfy Reading by Comfyreading - 1w ago
Can we just start with how gorgeous this cover is? There is something about the bright orange and deep blue that really come together beautifully! Everything She Lost by Alessandra Harris is a story that combines friendship, mental health, and psychological thriller in a way that will rip you apart seam by seam. Nina struggles with her…
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Comfy Reading by Comfyreading - 2w ago

Trespassing by Brandi Reeds is not quite what I was expecting, in a good way of course. Veronica is basically at her wits end because of her inability to get pregnant, even with all of the infertility drugs she’s ravaging her body with. Along with that, her three year old daughter Elizabella has a new imaginary…
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Comfy Reading by Comfyreading - 3w ago

I typically don’t read many historical romances, but this gorgeous cover caught my eye. Wartime Sweethearts by Lola Jaye is the story of an English girl and an American soldier during WWII. All seems nice in their romance, but the simple fact that Rose is white and William is black could cause some issues in this era.…
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Comfy Reading by Comfyreading - 3w ago

The lovely author, Susie Whittenberger sent me this book in exchange for an honest review, so I appreciate that very much! The lives of three women are changed in Unfamiliar Withdrawals by Susie Whittenberger, and you feel every emotion as you read the story. Barbara just lost her husband, and with that their entire fortune.…
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Comfy Reading by Comfyreading - 1M ago

If you have been teeming for a novel to escape into this summer, then look no further, because Beyond the Point by Claire Gibson is exactly what you are looking for-and so so much more. When I first read the synopsis of this book, I was like “Okay, yeah, I’ll like this, probably.” What I didn’t realize…
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Comfy Reading by Comfyreading - 1M ago

Five Unforgivable Things by Vivien Brown is actually a story about the healing power of forgiveness. As you discover all of the secrets within a family, you can see the walls being torn down, and sometimes they can be repaired or built back up. This story is extremely heartbreaking and heartwarming, all at the same…
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Comfy Reading by Comfyreading - 1M ago

From the stunning cover to the intriguing synopsis, I knew I was going to love this book! Poster Boy by N.J. Crosskey can be considered a learning experience for all of us. Rosa Lincoln has stepped up on stage to speak at her brother’s memorial service. Her brother, who is considered a hero, has always overshadowed Rosa.…
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Comfy Reading by Comfyreading - 1M ago

Just when she thinks she’s going to be able to start her life over, starting college and getting her own apartment, Jessica finds out that her dreams of beginning college aren’t going to pan out. Her social security number has been flagged, she can’t enroll. In When the Lights Go Out by Mary Kubica, split second decisions…
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Comfy Reading by Comfyreading - 1M ago

This looks like a Lifetime movie in book form, at least it does for me. The Babysitter by Sheryl Browne is a psychological thriller that we’ve all probably read before, at least the same type of plot premise. The couple Mark and Melissa are busy working so they hire a nanny/babysitter to take care of their children.…
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