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The Girl in the Green Raincoat

When a high-risk pregnancy forces, private investigator, Tess Monaghan to complete bed-rest, she will stop at nothing to solve a crime. In a Rear Window-like turn of events, Tess watches her neighbors from her bedside window. Each day, she...

4 Stars

Songbird

Her voice can heal, bring about love, and kill. Teya, or Songbird, is a magical creature that has the voice of an angel? I don’t know about that. Her voice is her gift; a gift that is to bring her people back together. Songbird, writt...

4 Stars

Planning to Live

Planning to Live by Heather Wardell will break your heart, and then it will mend it. This book is a short journey of thirty-something Rhiannon, a weight obsessed goal-seeker, whose priorities are all in the wrong basket. Christmas evening,...

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Flaherty's Crossing

Artist Kate Coleman, who is beautifully written by McFarren, has suffered greatly in her young life. At a young age she lost her mother, and as the story begins, she has to say goodbye to the father who she grew to hate. After visiting her...

4 Stars

Asking for Trouble - London Confidential, #1

Sandra Byrd, an American author, does a remarkable job with writing a book series set in London. As I was reading, I assumed Byrd was a British author who had knowledge of American culture. I was pleasantly surprised to find out Byrd is not...

4 Stars

Flirting with Disaster - London Confidential, #4

A quick recap from Don’t Kiss Him Good-bye : Sandra Byrd, an American author, does a remarkable job with writing a book series set in London. As I was reading, I assumed Byrd was a British author who had knowledge of American culture....

4 Stars

Through Thick & Thin - London Confidential, #2

A quick recap from Asking for Trouble : Sandra Byrd, an American author, does a remarkable job with writing a book series set in London. As I was reading, I assumed Byrd was a British author who had knowledge of American culture. I was plea...

4 Stars

Don't Kiss Him Good-Bye - London Confidential, #3

A quick recap from Through Thick & Thin : Sandra Byrd, an American author, does a remarkable job with writing a book series set in London. As I was reading, I assumed Byrd was a British author who had knowledge of American culture. I wa...

4 Stars

Freefall

Seth McCoy , “How do you come back from the point of no return?” This is a question not many people are asked. I find it hard to come up with an answer. How does one really come back from the point of no return? Author Mindi Sco...

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Justin Bieber: First Step 2 Forever - 100% Official

Some say, “Curiosity killed the cat” but I say, “Not this time!” What am I talking about? Well, I checked out Justin Bieber’s memoir, Justin Bieber: First Step 2 Forever, and liked it! I am at an age where Just...

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The Devil Wears Prada - A Novel

Fortunately, not too many books are hard for me to get through. More times than not, I can read a book cover-to-cover without much grumbling. Unfortunately, the only book this year I had trouble reading was The Devil Wears Prada written by...

2 Stars

Lani's Makeshift Family

To begin, I must copy the synopsis. It is simple, yet it says it all. “A reclusive pilot’s seclusion in his wilderness cabin is interrupted by a novice mother and her adopted twin babies. Soon he finds seclusion isn’t what...

4 Stars

Geek Girl

I Bet on You & I Won Every so often a great Young Adult book lands in my hands and Geek Girl by Cindy C. Bennett is one of those said books. I read this book from cover to cover within a twenty-four hour time period, amazing right? It m...

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The Secret Of The Emerald Sea

A Magical Sea-Voyage As an avid reader, I try to broaden my book genres so I snatched The Secret of the Emerald Sea up hoping it would introduce me to a new way of reading. Did it? I am not quite sure. This story is listed as a Young Adult...

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Kentucky Bride - Bluegrass Reunion Series, Book Four

I never make a promise I cannot keep, so with that said, I found another book written by Jan Scarbrough and I liked it! When I had the unfortunate run in with Kentucky Groom , I wanted nothing more than to give Scarbrough another chance, so...

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Honorable Intentions

Most people delight in the minutes they are stuck in a coffee shop’s line, right? Maybe not, but I found two people who do. Samantha Wells, a former cop, who now works for PSI (Professional Security, and Investigations), gets more tha...

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Love's Road Home

For all the readers out there, you should know one thing; I am “the” music girl. I study it, I play it, and I love reading books about it. So, when I found Love’s Road Home by Lisa Lewis, I was beyond excited. I could not...

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Kentucky Groom - Bluegrass Reunion Series, Book Five

As some would say, “win some, lose some,” and unfortunately, I think Jan Scarbrough lost some. Kentucky Groom, the fifth book in Scarbrough’s Bluegrass Reunions Series, unfolds the romance of a computer program developer (...

2 Stars

The Stillburrow Crush

Fireworks & Stillburrow Crushin’ Not very often is a book hard for me to put down, but I found one, and I absolutely adore it. The Stillburrow Crush, written by Linda Kage is a rare gem to book lovers. Although it is intended for...

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Mother Love

As a younger woman, one in her mid-twenties, it is sometimes (okay, quite often) hard for me to indentify and empathize with women older than me. Usually, women older than me have experienced marriage and raising children, however, I have n...

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Holding Out for a Hero

Of Caramel and Habanero Who out there is good at math? I may not be Mathematician level but I can subtract the good from the bad. Unfortunately, Holding Out for A Hero by Jennifer Johnson has more bad than good. The novel in its entirety is...

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The Sheriff and the Baby - HA #1309 - Babies & Bachelors USA

C.C. Coburn wrote her first book while she was bed-ridden with a broken foot and heavily pregnant. Under the advisement of her doctor, Coburn used her restful time to pen her first manuscript. What came of her down time? A book titled Color...

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The Journey

The Never-Ending Journey A short story, at 132 pages, about three women who take a journey to Europe had the potential to be an excellent source of entertainment, yet I found it lacking in most areas. The Journey written by Diane L. Rogers...

2 Stars

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