Review: “You Spin Me” by Karen Grey

It’s the 80s. A time when there are no smart phones or the internet. An actress is trying to make it in theatre in Boston while struggling with her dyslexia. And a radio DJ is doing the best he can with the life he’s been handed and the scars that haunt him. And when they come together, it’s a beautiful love story.

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Review: Date Me Like You Mean It

It’s so great to find characters who have this natural chemistry and that’s something I’ve always loved about R.S. Grey’s writing – everything fits together so nicely like a puzzle, even the bad and hard stuff.

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Review: The Opposite of Falling

The story is filled with so much heart, with incredible characters who hook you right from the start. It’s got great friendships, a second chance romance, a whole lot of steam and two amazing leads who totally won me over.

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Review: Unwritten

This second chance, angsty romance was nothing like I expected it to be. What happens when you leave behind the love of your life and then pour all of that love into a book that becomes a bestseller? You deal with the consequences of the book.

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