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Title The sugar Queen
By Sarah Addison Allen
Pages: 274
Rating: A+
Summary:Twenty-seven-year-old Josey Cirrini is sure of three things: winter in her North Carolina hometown is her favorite season, she’s a sorry excuse for a Southern belle, and sweets are best eaten in the privacy of her hidden closet. For while Josey has settled into an uneventful life in her mother’s house, her one consolation is the stockpile of sugary treats and paperback romances she escapes to each night…. Until she finds it harboring none other than local waitress Della Lee Baker, a tough-talking, tenderhearted woman who is one part nemesis—and two parts fairy godmother…
Other works read my this author- Garden spells.


My review: This is one of those books you can't let go over! Sugar Queen is a new classic,:you can easily found youself draw in to the everyday lives of these characters! I personally think that Sugar Queen triumph over Allen's firsh novel Garden Spells, and I found Garden spells to be a wonderful surpise.

Title: The tale of the Beedle the Bard.
By: J.K. Rowling
Pages: 109
Rating: A
Summary: Five classic fairy tales from the wrizarding world of Harry Potter.

My Review: I'm back in my Harry Potter obsession after seeing the new movies, so, I reading everything Harry Potter, and I thought this would be a cute book, it was!


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