So, we know girls are supposed to be all “sugar and spice and everything nice,” but here at No Boys Allowed Reviews, we’re all about flouting convention — and never more-so than when we’re trying to settle on which books we should … Continue reading
June 26, 2014
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Last month, the girls of No Boys Allowed Reviews read As Simple As Snow, by Gregory Galloway. There’s a reason we haven’t posted any reviews yet. It’s because we can’t. We just can’t.
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