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Book Reviews

Here, I will share with you my 3.5, 4- and 5-star reads. Let's fangirl together! 

Note: Unfortunately, I am no longer able to accept review requests. Between writing, working full-time, attending courses for my second bachelor's degree,  and freelance projects, I just don't have the time. Once I finish reading and reviewing the ARCs I've already received, I will be reviewing personal library items only.

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Vanished (The Memoirs of Jane E, Friendless Orphan #3) by Erin McCole Cupp

Born not in a past of corsets and bonnets but into a future of cloning and bioterror, could Jane Eyre survive? In this final book of Jane E's memoirs, Jane has finally found the love she's always wanted, but can her love for Thorne survive the deepest of betrayals? Celebrate and reexamine the continued relevance  of a literary classic, as Jane E shows the Dear Reader that self-respect and honest love are worth a fight, regardless of where--or when--we live.

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Nameless (The Memoirs of Jane E, Friendless Orphan #2) by Erin McCole Cupp

Born not in a past of corsets and bonnets but into a future of cloning and bioterror, could Jane Eyre survive? In this final book of Jane E's memoirs, Jane has finally found the love she's always wanted, but can her love for Thorne survive the deepest of betrayals? Celebrate and reexamine the continued relevance  of a literary classic, as Jane E shows the Dear Reader that self-respect and honest love are worth a fight, regardless of where--or when--we live.

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Unclaimed (The Memoirs of Jane E, Friendless Orphan #1) by Erin McCole Cupp

After I finished Jane Eyre for the first time in January, I thought what better time than now to finally read Unclaimed? It had been sitting in my Kindle queue since its release last summer, but I wanted to wait until after I'd read the original story before diving into a retelling. 

Unclaimed introduces us to Jane E, an unclaimed embryo being raised as a foster child by the VanDeer family. Mrs. VanDeer is fairly wealthy and her three biological children receive the best she can afford, but she loathes Jane and supplies her with only the bare minimum. After Jane snaps under the abuse of her foster siblings and fights back, Mrs. VanDeer essentially sells her to the Naomi Foundation, a mysterious organization located in India, where she becomes a data mule. 

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