• Kristin Simcox

    Ten books every girl should read in her 20's - I think I can read 10 books in the 9 months I have left in my 20s...

  • Dani Thober

    10 Books Every Girl Should Read in Her 20s: I've only read 2/10 so I think these are headed for my summer reading list!

  • Kaylee Cozzens

    10 Books to Read in Your 20s

  • Alex Gaston

    books books books <3

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