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Confessions Of A Bookaholic is a contemporary romantic comedy for new adults written by Joslyn Westbrook. Macy Sinclair’s blog, Confessions of a Bookaholic, had started as something for her to do in her spare time and had somehow exploded into a blog with a readership of over three-hundred thousand. Publishing book reviews in a blog had been the natural progression for someone who loved to read as much as she did. And her followers actually loved reading her takes on both mainstream and indie offerings. Then "bloggergate” happened. The worst thing that could have happened just did. It all started on the day she finally decided to 'fess up to her childhood friend and roommate, fellow student Lucas Stone, about her undying passion for him...
Joslyn Westbrook’s contemporary romantic novel for new adults, Confessions Of A Bookaholic, is a modern-day comedy of errors about roommates and life-long besties who are really much more than that. This bright and sometimes steamy story is a playful romp that makes for entertaining reading indeed. Westbrook’s characters quickly began to feel like old acquaintances, and her twisty-turvy plot kept me wondering what would happen next. Her erotic passages are well-written and reflective of the long-suppressed love felt by the main characters. I had a grand time reading this book and will be looking for the sequel Westbrook mentions. Confessions Of A Bookaholic is most highly recommended.