Socially Awkard Book Review

Socially Awkward: A Novel, by Stephanie Haddad

Have you ever wanted to be someone else? Did you ever try? Jennifer Smith spends most of her time wishing she had a more exciting name, lived a more exciting life, or that she could just become someone else for a while. With her sister Claire’s help, Jennifer channels her life’s desires into the perfect graduate research program: a fake Facebook identity that allows her to “study” the world’s reaction to perceived beauty.

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Review: The Professor (Steamy Romance), by Kelly Harper

Kayla Ellis has everything going for her. She’s well on her way to being admitted into one of the best business schools in the country, and things are looking up. Then she receives disastrous news when she fails an exam in the last prerequisite course she has to take. Now she’s forced to work closely with the Professor to make up her grade – a man she’s tried hard to avoid all semester.

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Priceless – Billionaire Romance, by Aria Hawthorne

Maribel Martinez has worked at the department store for as long as she can remember. She loves selling expensive pieces of jewelry without ever daring to wish to receive something so beautiful for herself. But on the night before Valentine’s Day, everything changes when Maribel assists the building owner, Miles Braxton-Worth, with a luxury purchase.

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The Naughty Girl Playbook: 128 Plays To Become His Fantasy While Having Fun, by  James Jalen

If you are not ready to create a raging fire of passion in your relationship
Once you begin, there is no turning back. You’ve been warned…
I want to start off by telling you a story of a man.
This man had a life full of great relationships, but found himself noticing that in each and every one of them, eventually the spark would fade. The raging fire of passion would slowly die into an ember…

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Three Year Rule (The Rule Series), by Alaina Stanford

When renowned psychologist and best selling author Elizabeth Stewart first noticed Joshua Miller standing at the back of her audience she thought the tall, muscular man dressed like a lumberjack was in the wrong room. Little did she know, Joshua would defy everything she ever wrote about relationships. Little did she know, he was also the key to her survival…