Little Free Love – Charter 42615

Located in Haddonfield, New Jersey.
County: Camden

Can we just talk about how beautiful this home is? Haddonfield is a very old town in South Jersey and the houses really are so beautiful and the architecture is just stunning.

Haddonfield was founded in 1875, but is most well-known for the Indian King Tavern, also known as the Creighton House. The Creighton House was used as the site of a 1777 meeting of the New Jersey Assembly that officially ratified the Declaration of Independence!

There are so many amazing things in Haddonfield, NJ including their Main Street which is full of amazing shops (my favorite bookstore Inkwood Books being one of them!) and sites where dinosaurs were found in 1858!

There was recently a note added on the Little Free Library app from a user that stated that this charter is for kid’s books only.

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Little Free Love – Charter 58761

Located in Haddon Township, New Jersey.
County: Camden

This Little Free Library was absolutely massive. I loved the different genres that were offered and that they kept sanitizing wipes in there for the pandemic and ensuring the books were clean.

It was very hard to miss this one. I absolutely adored the theme which was so comforting as I loved Shel Silverstein as a child! See below for more pictures!

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End of Story by Kylie Scott

Publication Date: February 14, 2023
Publisher: Graydon House
Rating: ★★★.5

When Susie Bowen inherits a charming fixer-upper from her aunt, she’s excited to start living her best HGTV life. But when she opens the door to find that her contractor is none other than her ex’s best friend, Lars—the same man who witnessed their humiliating public breakup six months ago—she isn’t exactly eager to have anyone around whose alliance is with the enemy. But beggars can’t be choosers, and the sooner the repairs are done, the sooner she can get back to embracing singledom.

Things go from awkward to unbelievable when Lars discovers a divorce certificate hidden in a wall and dated ten years in the future—with both their names on it. It couldn’t possibly be real…could it? As Susie and Lars work to unravel the document’s origins, the impossibility of a spark between them suddenly doesn’t seem so far-fetched. But would a relationship between them be doomed before it’s even begun?


Thank you NetGalley, Graydon House Books & Kylie Scott for a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.

First of all, this cover!!! How cute! This story starts off with Susie and how the last six months of her life have been super rough. She got dumped and she lost her Aunt Susan (who she was named after) all in a short span of time. She has been fighting with her family after inheriting her aunt’s home. She’s ready to move forward and start her best HGTV life. She calls a contractor and who shows up at her door? Of course, her ex’s best friend, Lars. They’re doing work in the home and things get a little crazy…

Susie finds a divorce certificate in one of the walls that is for her and Lars dated for ten years in the future. This book was about figuring out how it got put into the wall in the first place and this caused them to spend time together.

There were aspects of this book that I really loved. This wasn’t really any trope that I’ve seen before. Of course, there’s forbidden romance thrown in here as well as some enemies to friends to lovers. But the divorce certificate? Chefs kiss! Plus, hearing and talking to people throughout the book and seeing how it all would play out in 10 years was amazing!

Unfortunately, there were certain parts that did slow down and caused me to either rush through them to get to the next good part or put the book down entirely. Because of these parts, I had to remove a couple stars from my rating!

Overall, I did really like this story and would be happy to give Kylie Scott another try!

Little Free Love – Charter 38654

Located in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
County: Camden

This charter is called the Charleston Riding Little Free Library. This Little Free Library was surrounded by green! I loved the vine that was wrapped around this charter and how beautiful the yard was!

There were a lot of different genres in this charter. There was a lot of young adult fiction, but they also had kids books, mystery books, romance books and more!

If you want to go to this charter, it was in a little cul-de-sac. It did take me a second to find, but I think that’s because it blended it with the green (which I absolutely loved). The wood details were also so so pretty! I did not take anything from this charter!

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Anything Rae Touches by Holly Caste

Publication Date: January 19, 2023
Self Published
Rating: ★★★★★

Rae and Miles met on the worst day of their lives.
They shared a kiss goodbye
And never saw each other again.

Ten years later and fresh out of rehab, Rae’s starting over in a new town, Golden Bay Beach. With a cynical outlook on life, her only two goals are to stay sober and escape the past.However, running away from the memory that haunts her becomes difficult to do when she crosses paths with Miles. With his sunny disposition and charming personality, he’s the complete opposite of Rae—but that only lures them closer to one another.

As the two reconnect over their tragic history, Miles becomes intent on showing Rae that the stars aligned for them to have another chance at life together. Slowly but surely, Miles chips away at Rae’s armor. Through their steam and banter comes vulnerability and healing.

Until ultimately, Rae is left with the decision of creating a new life with Miles or staying trapped in the pain of the past.


Thank you Holly Caste & Romance Me With Books for a copy of this ARC in exchange for an honest review and the ability to be on this tour. This book does have a few trigger warnings including grief, death and addiction. Please be aware of these before reading as they do play a massive role throughout this book.

Anything Rae Touches begins in the past and goes back and forth between current times and a fretful day where her entire life changes. The chapters change between Rae and a guy named Miles. Rae was just a random girl in high school and Miles was the head of the baseball team, a big shot. There’s something severe that happens that change their lives forever and they go their separate ways, never to see each other again. Or so they thought. After 10 years, they meet each other again by chance and have the ability to reconnect after tragedy stole 10 years of their lives.

This book was the reverse grumpy x sunshine I didn’t know that I needed. Rae had plenty of stubborn one-liners in this book and it honestly made me envision her character even more. I was able to physically imagine her in my brain and that doesn’t always happen to me. Her character surrounded around her addictions and past addictions made her completely real in my mind. It was written so vividly that I couldn’t stop reading about Rae.

Miles is definitely your next book boyfriend. He’s sweet, been through some trauma and says all the right things. He has his own storyline which makes this book 10x better in my opinion. Their friendship & relationship realistically shows what trauma is like and how people react to each other when put in a terrible situation.

This book is very spicy. It wasn’t something I expected in the beginning, but I’ll tell you, this was spicy in the best way possible. It didn’t overpower the book by any means, but it had some scenes where my cheeks were blushing.

This was my first Holly Caste book, and definitely not my last. I feel extremely comfortable saying that. This book wasn’t just written as a romance, it was written for those who have dealt with death, addiction or both. I found this book to be comforting to see how people attempt to get sober and how they might be feeling. It was very real, and I liked that a lot.