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Review: Better Homes and Hauntings by Molly Harper

Review: Better Homes and Hauntings by Molly Harperby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Nina Linden is in one of the areas of the country that I love to visit – this would be a great book to take with you when you go to visit. She’s trying to come back after having someone try to discredit her. She’s just one of those characters that […]

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Review: Savage Hunger (Heart of the Jaguar, Book 2) by Terry Spear

Review: Savage Hunger (Heart of the Jaguar, Book 2) by Terry Spearby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This book picks up where book one left off. This is Maya Anderson’s story. She goes into a club where she comes across two real bad boys. David and Wade Patterson are on assignment at the same club. Then Maya seems to be causing something of a stir. During the altercation, […]

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Review: Tall, Dark and Disreputable by Deb Marlowe

Review: Tall, Dark and Disreputable by Deb Marloweby Keira G

Setup: Portia Tofton was rejected once by adventure seeking Mateo Cardea when their fathers tried to arrange a match. He runs all the way to another continent to ensure he wasn’t snared into a marriage with her and he’s stayed far away until now. Even from the grave his father is trying to throw him […]

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Review: Happy Hour at Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula Book 1) by Marta Acosta

Review: Happy Hour at Casa Dracula (Casa Dracula Book 1) by Marta Acostaby Keira G

In the first installment of Casa Dracula, Milagro De Los Santos, Miracle of the Saints, reluctantly goes to her college boyfriend’s party celebrating his huge success as a newly published author. She thinks his novel is garbage, but the critics love it. She also thinks he’s a superficial stuck-up snob and isn’t proven wrong. At […]

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Review: Beastly by Alex Flinn

Review: Beastly by Alex Flinnby Keira G

I saw the trailer announced at Katidom and like Kati I’m a sucker for fairytales, especially Beauty and the Beast fairytale retellings. After viewing the trailer I went immediately to the library and got a copy of the book. (How about you are you planning to do the same?) It’s an easy read, directed toward […]

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Review: The Mermaid Garden by Santa Montefiore

Review: The Mermaid Garden by Santa Montefioreby Marcia

by Marcia, guest reviewer The Mermaid Garden is the story of two women who are desperately longing for love and fulfillment told with beautiful, sumptuous prose as well as witty, wry humor and a touch of mystery. Ten-year-old Floriana is a lonely, lost child, yearning to have something worthwhile and beautiful in her life.  Her […]

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Review: England’s Perfect Hero by Suzanne Enoch

Review: England's Perfect Hero by Suzanne Enochby Keira G

What makes a perfect hero? Is it his dashing good looks, his heroic deeds, or his charm? Third in the series Lessons in Love by Suzanne Enoch, England’s Perfect Hero, delves into the challenge of defining a hero. Lucinda and her two best friends, Georgiana and Evelyn, create three separate lists on how to be […]

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Review: Merely Magic by Patricia Rice

Review: Merely Magic by Patricia Riceby Susan S.

by Susan S., guest reviewer Merely Magic is part of Sourcebooks Casablanca Classics Collection. It’s an out-of-print romance novel re-released for the enjoyment of new readers as well as old. Summary: Heroine, Ninian Malcolm Siddons, is a woman who marches to the beat of a different drum. She doesn’t look, dress, or act as other […]

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