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Opal Fire - A Stacy Justice Mystery, #1

I'm not a big fan of *cozy* mysteries. They're not my first choice when looking for something to read. Having said that I will admit Murder She Wrote was a favorite of mine, and OPAL FIRE reminds me of the best part of that series. I do enj...

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CassaFire

CassaFire is the second book of the adventures Cassan's pilot Byron, the first book is CassaStar. I haven't read the first (but I intend to now) can be read as a stand alone. CassaFire, for me, was reminiscent of the best things I loved abo...

4 Stars

Getaway

WELCOME to gorgeous Puerto Vallarta, Mexico—home of margaritas, sunset beaches, a shady American ex-pat community, and a barely-hidden drug syndicate. Add chance encounter between a restless woman and a sexy stranger, too many margaritas, a...

5 Stars

Highland Hero - Scottish Knights

In Highland Hero Amanda Scott presents a well written and a really enjoyable read. It's one of my favorite types of historical--it's set in medieval times and interwoven with actual historical figures. Without a doubt, Amanda Scott knows he...

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Garden of Secrets - Angel's Bay

This was a fun story to read. It's set in the well-developed town of Angel Bay. It has attempted murder, robbery, intrigue, and a ghost/angel stirring the plot. Dr. Charlotte Adams has just recently returned to Angel Bay, a town filled with...

4 Stars

The Watcher - Volume 1

The Watcher grabs you from the first page and it doesn't let up on the tension until the explosive finale. This is one of the best thrillers I've read in long time. The author doesn't rush you through the story--you're given time to get to...

5 Stars

Carpe Bead'em

I loved it! It made me laugh out loud and shed a few tears. I love the way Hallie has to come face to face with her past to realize how much love she really had growing up. The courage to be who she is came from her aunt as did love of beau...

5 Stars

The Second Duchess

Finally, I got to read The Second Duchess . Seems like I’ve been waiting forever for it to come out. Let me tell you, this book was well worth the wait. It's a rare thing today to read an historical, which can whisk me through a time...

5 Stars

The Return of Black Douglas

What I liked about this book: Aside from it being well written is the fact the author actually took the time to give us a flavor of Scotland in the 1500's. It's a time fraught with clan rivalries, skirmishes with England, and is a wild and...

4 Stars

Rock Hard - Sinners on Tour, #2

Sinner's lead singer, Sed, had his heart shredded when Jessica left him to pursue her dreams, so when she dances her way back into his life, he's not sure he's ready for her brand of pain, or pleasure, again. When she convinces Sed to engag...

5 Stars

Demons Are a Girl's Best Friend

If you enjoy fun paranormals “Demons Are a Girl's Best Friend” is a must read. This is the third book, by Linda Wisdom, I’ve read. If I had to classify her writing I’d say she writes sexy humorous stories with sparkl...

5 Stars

The Dawn Country - A People of the Longhouse Novel, #2

This is the second of a four book series about The People Of The Longhouse, the Iroquois The Gears have given us an exciting recreation of the 1400’s in North America, set in what is now known as New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and...

4 Stars

An Amish Christmas

A family is supposed to be one of our greatest joys and the bedrock of our society. The sad fact is, for the most part, we’ve lost the concept of working together as a unit for the benefit of the family. In today’s world there a...

4 Stars

The Snow Globe

The whole season of Christmas is based on miracles but in our day and age, few believe in the phenomenon. Ms. Roberts tells a lighthearted and fun tale of three women who, despite diverging lifestyles, have remained friends through thick an...

4 Stars

Riding the Waves - Blaze #564 - Forbidden Fantasies

What a fun story, smooth, easy to read, and lots of laugh out loud moments. Oh, and add two characters that generate enough heat between them no wonder there’s global warming. Dru is a brilliant scientist very focused on her career (T...

4 Stars

The Wild Irish Sea - A windswept tale of love and magic

Take two cups of magical Celtic legends, a half a cup of suspense and danger, a cup of hot romance, add quarter cup of the sixth sense, and a quarter cup of wild Irish landscape and people and you have Loucinda McGary’s latest treat t...

4 Stars

Fire Lord's Lover - The Elven Lord's, Book 1

This reader has eagerly anticipated the latest gem from Kathryne Kennedy, the new series, The Elven Lords . I love Kathryne's storytelling for the same reason I love Nora Roberts, Jayne Ann Krentz, and Anne McCaffery--love of storytelling,...

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