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    Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
    I'm a HUGE Maggie fan girl, so I broke my personal "no werewolves or vampires" rule. It was good, but I haven't read the sequels yet, because: werewolves.
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    πŸ…The Royal We by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan
    I loved this book so much. I'm an Anglophile, and I just couldn't put the silly thing down. Definitely one of the best of 2015.
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    The Princess Bride by William Golding
    I've seen the movie a million times, but somehow I'd never gotten to the book. After reading Cary Elwes's AS YOU WISH last year, I finally got around to picking this up - and I was super surprised by how different it is from the movie!
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    Hold on My Heart by Tracy Brogan
    Meh. Not awesome. Which was a bummer, since her Bell Harbor books were so funny.
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    πŸ’£ Gulp by Mary Roach
    I really liked STIFF, but I got so bored while listening to this one.
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    Mrs. Pollifax Unveiled by Dorothy Gilman
    I thought I might do a big Pollifax reread this year. But 2 were enough I think.
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    πŸ’£ The Beekeeper's Daughter by Sofia Montefiore
    Her writing was good, a bit reminiscent of Kate Morton or Lisa Jewell... But blah. The entire book was predicated on multiple infidelities, and I just don't find that romantic.
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    Cousin Kate by Georgette Heyer
    My favorite author. Forever and always. This book is so very different than most of her other ones! The Gothicness is so fun.
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    Red Rising by Pierce Brown
    Guys, have you read this series yet?? @mhawkeyem got me hooked on the audiobooks, and they're SO GOOD. Dying for book 3 to come out.
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    Every Secret Thing by Emma Cole
    A fun thriller, mostly set in Portugal. A great, quick read.