Broken Hearts – Review

A few of you guys may know that I am a big fan of Micalea Smeltzer's novels. Her stories are fun and light, but can be dark here and there. The characters she creates are great and lovable, and I am always excited to read new things from her. This year, Micalea had to deal... Continue Reading →

Bad Penny – Review

After a rather unsatisfying psychological thriller, I was in need of a light and fun read and Bad Penny, Staci Hart's latest release, was the only way to go. Guys love Penny and Penny loves guys, but she always breaks it off after the third date, because if she sticks around, one of three things... Continue Reading →

London Belongs to Me – Review

As an Anglophile, I knew I had to read London Belongs to Me as soon as I saw Colleen Hoover post a giveaway for this title on Instagram. I love everything about England and was in need of a cheerful bit of Chick-Lit to read after the heavy books I've been hitting lately.  Jacquelyn Middleton hit... Continue Reading →

The Good Sister – Review

I would like to thank NetGalley and Bookouture for giving me the chance to read and review this novel for 5171 Miles Book Blog! Jess Ryder is a new author to me and yet I was excited to head into The Good Sister, her latest psychological thriller that follows the lives of sisters Josie and... Continue Reading →

When Dimple Met Rishi – Review

I don't know if you've noticed but When Dimple Met Rishi was and still is everywhere on social media: Goodreads, Twitter, and specifically on Instagram. It seems like everyone is currently reading it - except for me, of course, because like usual, when I decide to pick up a popular book, the hype has worn off... Continue Reading →

We Are The Stars – Review

If you have followed my recent reviews, you may recall my blog posts about the "Here's To" series by Teagan Hunter. As a fan of her work, there was no doubt that I would pick up her recently published novella too. Being bored with life in general, Elliott is looking for an exciting adventure and... Continue Reading →

They Way It Hurts – Review

I think I speak for most of us bookworms when I say that we read to escape our mundane lives: We want to discover new worlds, travel to farwaway countries and "hang out" with people whose lives seem more interesting than ours. But sometimes it's necessary to bring real life problems into a book to... Continue Reading →

180 Seconds – Review

I have been in a book slump for half of June. I've been wanting to read something great, but constantly feeling bored with my current reads instead. In most cases, it's no fault of the books I've been reading; I have simply been distracted. Part of it might be that I've read more than I... Continue Reading →

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