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REVIEW: The Marine’s Mission by Deb Kastner
18th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Marine’s Mission by Deb Kastner

The Marine’s Mission by Deb Kastner is part of her Rocky Mountain Family series. Ruby Winslow is the main service dog trainer at the Winslow family training facility, A New Leash on Love. She and the family consider their rescuing and training dogs to be part of their ministry honoring […]

REVIEW: Caught by the Cowboy Dad by Melinda Curtis
16th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Caught by the Cowboy Dad by Melinda Curtis

Caught by the Cowboy Dad: A Clean Romance by Melinda Curtis: The Monroe cousins inherited the town of Second Chance, Idaho from their grandfather, Harlen Monroe. The real shock was that Harlen’s will stated that all of his grandchildren had to be fired from the family businesses.

REVIEW: The Wicked Aftermath by Melissa Foster
13th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Wicked Aftermath by Melissa Foster

The Wicked Aftermath by Melissa Foster is the second book in her The Wickeds: Dark Knights at Bayside series. You’ll need tissues for this One! Boxes and boxes of tissues! Melissa Foster delivers a powerful emotional punch with a heartwarming Happily Ever After!

REVIEW: Don’t Be Silly! At My Age? by Jacqueline Diamond
9th Jun / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Don’t Be Silly! At My Age? by Jacqueline Diamond

Don’t Be Silly! At My Age? by Jacqueline Diamond is the second book in her Sisters, Lovers & Second Chances series. Mandy Matchett is the nursing director at Rancho Allegro Medical Center. Fresh off being dumped Mandy decides she wants to write a book. That would be a good distraction. Now […]

REVIEW: Wildflower Season by Michelle Major
20th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Wildflower Season by Michelle Major

The Wildflower Inn… where love blooms! Wildflower Season by Michelle Major is the first book in her new series, The Carolina Girls. Emma Cantrell left her socialite life behind and started anew in Magnolia, South Carolina. While visiting Magnolia for her family’s charitable foundation Emma fell in love with the […]

REVIEW: Her Small Town Secret by Brenda Minton
19th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Her Small Town Secret by Brenda Minton

Her Small Town Secret by Brenda Minton is the beginning of a new series. Avery Hammons is the Supervising RN at Pleasant Residential Care Center. Avery and her ten-year-old daughter Quinn moved back to Pleasant, Missouri six months ago. They are currently living with Avery’s foster mom Nan Guthrie while their […]

REVIEW: Evidence of Innocence by Shirlee McCoy
18th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Evidence of Innocence by Shirlee McCoy

Evidence of Innocence by Shirlee McCoy is a fast-paced, action-packed suspense. Kinsley Garrett has been working very hard getting her grandparents’ friend’s bakery in shape to sell. Doris Green owns Flour and Fancies Baked Goods. Working in Frenchtown, Montana with Doris has been a wonderful change in Kinsley’s life. A […]

REVIEW: On the Run by Valerie Hansen
14th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: On the Run by Valerie Hansen

On the Run by Valerie Hansen is the third book in her Emergency Responders series. Janie Kilpatrick is on duty in the ER. A man with a gunshot wound has been brought in by three men, one of them with a gun. The loudspeakers in the ER are announcing “CODE SILVER.” […]

REVIEW: The Shell Collector by Nancy Naigle
11th May / 1 Comment

REVIEW: The Shell Collector by Nancy Naigle

The Shell Collector by Nancy Naigle: Heartwarming, poignant and a not-to-be-missed book from Nancy Naigle. Maeve Lindsay could be considered the Matriarch of Whelk’s Island. She has lived there all her life. After her husband passed away she even moved into the home on the beach she was raised in. Walking […]

REVIEW: Danger in Numbers by Heather Graham
8th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Danger in Numbers by Heather Graham

Danger in Numbers by Heather Graham begins with a truly gruesome murder. Florida State Police Special Agent Amy Larson and her partner John Schultz are called to the scene located just outside of the Everglades. Just as they are almost ready to leave the crime scene after the medical examiner has […]