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Blog Tour Review - Just Shelby by Brooklyn James




Oh I love Brooklyn James! Her books are so full of heart and music and they just sweep you away!


 Shelby, Ace and their families are so engaging and captivating that I instantly warmed to them. I wanted the best for all of them, I wanted to know more. I wanted the story to unfold a certain way and I wasn't disappointed.

This story is dramatic, sweet, sad, funny and romantic. It's heartbreaking in parts, uplifting in others. Just beautiful!

Brooklyn has a way of storytelling that is uniquely hers. The settings and language she uses are perfect and her characters are so believable. It all just leaps off the page and transforms into a movie in front of your eyes. It's truly incredible.

Thank you for another gorgeous story, Brooklyn!! 9/10

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