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REVIEW: Three Sisters by Heather Morris
17th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Three Sisters by Heather Morris

Three Sisters by Heather Morris: Bound together by more than just a childhood promise to protect each other forever, teenagers Livia, Cibi and Magda are ripped from their home in Slovakia by the Nazis and survive to tell their story. The third novel in the world renowned Tattooist of Auschwitz series, […]

REVIEW: Christmas at Colts Creek by Delores Fossen
17th Nov / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Christmas at Colts Creek by Delores Fossen

Christmas at Colts Creek by Delores Fossen is the second book in her Last Ride, Texas series. Janessa Parkman got a letter from Abe Parkman, the father she only knew for one summer when she was a teenager. The letter asked for help with making things right. Unfortunately she’d been away […]

REVIEW: Wish You Were Here by Jodi Picoult
15th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Wish You Were Here by Jodi Picoult

In Wish You Were Here by Jodi Picoult, Diana O’Toole and her long time boyfriend Finn have been planning and saving for their dream vacation to the Galápagos for quite some time. With their fast-track careers keeping them busy–she’s an art associate specialist at Sotheby’s, he’s a surgical resident at […]

REVIEW: The Last Cowboy Standing by Carla Cassidy
15th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Last Cowboy Standing by Carla Cassidy

The Last Cowboy Standing by Carla Cassidy is the twelfth book in her Cowboys of Holiday Ranch series. Marissa Lindale survived a nightmare of captivity. She had been kidnapped and abused, held in the dark for sixty days. For some reason her captor released her after those long sixty days. He […]

REVIEW: The Vanished Days by Susanna Kearsley
14th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Vanished Days by Susanna Kearsley

In The Vanished Days (Scottish #3) by Susanna Kearsley, In 1707, when Mrs. Lily (Aitcheson) Graeme comes forward and files to claim her deceased husband’s lost wages from the Darien expedition, it raises eyebrows. Given the ongoing war and with so many laying false claims to fight their way out […]

REVIEW: Holly Jolly Cowboy by Jessica Clare
13th Nov / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Holly Jolly Cowboy by Jessica Clare

Holly Jolly Cowboy by Jessica Clare is the seventh book in the author’s Wyoming Cowboys series. Holly Dawson always cringed when Adam Calhoun, Mr. $1 Tipper, walked into Wade’s Saloon where she worked as a waitress. That Adam is just such a jerk! He’s a mighty fine-lookin’ guy. Holly can’t […]

REVIEW: Christmas in Rose Bend by Naima Simone
12th Nov / 1 Comment

REVIEW: Christmas in Rose Bend by Naima Simone

Christmas in Rose Bend by Naima Simone finds ER nurse Nessa Hunt the newly appointed guardian for her teenaged half-sister, Ivy. Not only is Nessa grieving the loss of her mother, she’s now also grieving the loss of the man that she thought had been her father. On top of that […]

REVIEW: The Christmas Dress by Courtney Cole
10th Nov / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Christmas Dress by Courtney Cole

The Christmas Dress: A Novel by Courtney Cole is a very heartwarming, touching story about the magic of true love, family and friendship. Meg Julliard has returned to her hometown of Chicago and the Parkview West, the apartment building where she was raised. She has inherited the building after the death […]

REVIEW: The Way We Weren’t by Phoebe Fox
9th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Way We Weren’t by Phoebe Fox

In The Way We Weren’t by Phoebe Fox, Marcie Malone has never really been someone to act on a whim or to let her emotions guide her. Married to her high school sweetheart Will for twenty-five years, a recent devastating loss in their lives has her despondent and not acting […]

REVIEW: The Butler by Danielle Steel
9th Nov / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Butler by Danielle Steel

Steel’s The Butler appears to be a shift in narrative voice from her typical works, given that the central character is male and cut from a type of archaically soft mould that somehow wields power. And within chapters, it is clear that the removed panoramic style that she is famous for, […]