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Review: My Kind of Christmas (Virgin River, Book 20) by Robyn Carr

Review: My Kind of Christmas (Virgin River, Book 20) by Robyn Carrby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Angela LaCroix is celebrating Thanksgiving dinner with her family. And they’re arguing over what’s good for her. The following day finds her in Virgin River. She’s come to stay with family for a while. At the mini family reunion, she “meets” Patrick Riordan. Paddy is also visiting Virgin River. Just like […]

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Review: Worlds Collide (Family Heirlooms Series, Book 6) by Karen Wiesner

Review: Worlds Collide (Family Heirlooms Series, Book 6) by Karen Wiesnerby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Under the romantic setting of Japan, Dr. Marcus Samuels works there as a medical missionary at the Childrens Christian Mission Hospital. His whole life has centred on him doing God’s work, but after twelve years of being away from home, he feels he has to go back to the US and […]

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Get into Bed with Isabel Cooper (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Isabel Cooper (Author Interview)by Keira

Keira: How did you first come up with Lessons After Dark? Isabel Cooper: The end of No Proper Lady was really what started it. The natural course for Simon and Joan seemed to be making sure that the world could defend itself from future threats, which meant training agents—so I was pretty sure that any […]

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Review: Believe It Or Not by Tawna Fenske

Review: Believe It Or Not by Tawna Fenskeby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Violet McGinn goes to visit her mother in the hospital. Her mother, whose name is Moonbeam, believes in psychic visions. Moonbeam and her friends remind me of the hippies from the sixties. And in Violet’s own words, she thinks her mother is “a complete nut job”. Drew Watson owns a bar […]

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Review: “Mesmerize Me” Short Film Written and Directed by Kate Hackett

Review: "Mesmerize Me” Short Film Written and Directed by Kate Hackettby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds “Mesmerize Me” Short Film Written and Directed by Kate Hackett Starring Natalie Smyka, Cameron Cash Cinematography by Cat Deakins Original Score by Nora Kroll-Rosenbaum Setting: California, 1886 In the opening scene Estella is calling for her fiancée Stephen. Her parents are worried about her state of mind. They go to see […]

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Review: Fever (Phoenix Rising, Book 1) by Joan Swan

Review: Fever (Phoenix Rising, Book 1) by Joan Swanby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Doctor Alyssa Foster is seen coming to the end of her fellowship at the St. Jude’s Hospital. She’s hoping that she’ll get the radiologist’s position at the hospital but then something happens that changes all that. Teague Creek is an inmate from San Quentin that is sent to the hospital because […]

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Review: Healing Love by Cara Cooper

Review: Healing Love by Cara Cooperby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Secrets rarely stay secret for long, and with Dr James Frain his secret is starting to take over his whole life and destroy his work relationship with his colleagues. There is only one person who can help him out, and that is Becky Arnfield who is the practise manager at the […]

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Review: Dark Sins and Desert Sands (Mythica Series, Book 5) by Stephanie Draven

Review: Dark Sins and Desert Sands (Mythica Series, Book 5) by Stephanie Dravenby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Stephanie Draven’s Dark Sins and Desert Sands is book 5 of the “Mythica Series”. Main characters: Rayhan Stavrakis, he’s a military man with some very special abilities. One side effect from his abilities is that he gets bloody noses (think Firestarter). Dr. Layla Bahset is an American Psychologist. Or is she? […]

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