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Indie Books: Pride & Popularity by Jenni James

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Pride & Popularity by Jenni James
Jenni James has written an entire series based on Jane Austin novels. I love Jane Austin, and I feel like Jenni James did a great job of following the basic story lines while creating an entire new story and world Each of the novels take place in the same town or have similar characters. They are a lot of fun and definitely worth checking out. She has several out right now, so if you like them, you'll have a lot to read.
In Pride & Popularity, Chloe Hart does not like the popular crowd, especially Taylor Anderson. The story goes from there. It's funny and sweet and just a great read.

Indie Books: Unmaking Hunter Kennedy by Anne Eliot

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Unmaking Hunter Kennedy by Anne Eliot
I read Anne Eliot's first book Almost: A Love Story and I really enjoyed it. So when I found out she had another book out I was super excited. I really enjoyed Unmaking Hunter Kennedy. It had a sweet story and a unique perspective on the whole falling in love with a celebrity factor. 
In the story Vere, who is kind of a geek, is charged with the task of helping Hunter Kennedy hide from the press so he can deal with some trouble that he has run into.  The story is good. Genuinely fun and heartwarming. If you haven't read it, you should check it out.
What did you think of the book?

Indie Books: Working It Out by Rachael Anderson

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Working It Out by Rachael Anderson
Rachael Anderson is one of the indie authors that I automatically buy the book when I realize that she has a new one released. She does a great job building the relationships, and having the characters really connect, plus all of her romances are clean, which is something I look for when I'm reading.
In Working It Out, Grace works as a physical therapist, and she gets a patient Seth. Her first impression is not very good, and then there is the additional complication that he is her patient. The relationship builds and there are a lot of ups and downs that go throughout the story. 
I really enjoyed it, and if you like it, I suggest that you check out her other work as well.