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The holiday season is a time to cuddle up for warmth, and what better way to do that than to snuggle with your favorite person and put on a romantic comedy for winter time? Classics You have your holiday classics, but there’s also the new films of Christmas-themed love to take part in. Upcoming premieres...

The holidays are filled with romance and joyful cheer. What’s not to love about a perfect cold and crisp day; where trees are wrapped up in twinkly lights, and Christmas music and movies are played on repeat?  Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, holiday inspired dates make this time of year feel extra special...

Spooky season has arrived, and it is time to break out the candy, costumes and comradery! A big “fad” that always arises during this festive time of the year is going on fall or October themed dates with a significant other.  Unsure of what to do or where to go? Here are a few spooky date ideas: Pumpkin Patch...

After “50/50” in 2011 and “The Night Before” in 2015, director Jonathan Levine partners up again with multi-talent Seth Rogen, maintaining a stable four-year rhythm. They are joined by Charlize Theron, and the chemistry between the two actors makes this movie stand out from the mass of generic romantic comedies. The...

For more of my reviews, visit my blog As the Book Ends .I received an advanced reading copy in exchange for an honest review. My best friend has this saying anytime we go out to eat and the food didn’t completely knock our socks off, but wasn’t inedible, he looks up at me and says, “It’ll make a turd.” Certainly an...

Alright, 2017, we need to have a talk. You are turning me into the Oprah of 5-Star book reviews. Four 5-Star reviews in less than three months is too many. I’m not sure if this year is just a magical book year, or if January and February are great months and I’m bound to be disappointed for the remaining 10 months of...

I received an advanced reading copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. In today’s day and age, nobody meets organically anymore. I feel like meet-cutes are no longer a thing. In the 90’s, a couple would order the same drink at a coffee shop and both would go to pick up their drink only to fall in love at...

Valentine’s Day means something different to every person. It can be a day full of love, a crude reminder that true love has always escaped you, or a day to gag at your friends’ “cute” Instagram pictures. It can also be a disappointment if someone doesn’t live up to your expectations, an excuse to drink up and hook...

Literary whiplash, a new phrase I’d like to coin, refers to the mental blow a reader suffers when main characters change opinions rapidly and with too much frequency. Not only have I invented this genius phrase (you’re welcome, world), I consider myself its first victim. When I stumbled across Lauren Layne’s...

Oh Valentine’s’ Day, you media-backed, loneliness-shaming, tacky-red-and-pink-decoration-sequined corporate joke of a holiday—why must I always be vexed by you? Why have I never spent one of you with someone nice? Was it too much to ask for a pleasant Valentine’s’ Day with that girl who tried to stab me with a fork? Or...