Memory Loss

Review: Love Water Memory by Jenny Shortridge

Review: Love Water Memory by Jenny Shortridgeby Karin

Reviewed by Karin This is a romance, but not your typical billionaire meets servant girl. While those are not my genre to read, I thought this would be more fun or intriguing. Perhaps I expected it to be more reminiscent of Eat, Pray, Love, because of the similarity of the title. No, it is not. […]

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Audio Review: Over the Edge (Kincaid Brides, Book 3) by Mary Connealy

Audio Review: Over the Edge (Kincaid Brides, Book 3) by Mary Connealyby Keira G

Hero: Seth Kincaid has landed in some very unusual circumstances. He survived a fire, ran off to partake in the Civil War, and apparently got hitched along the way. He just can’t remember it. He wants too, though. Very much. Heroine: Callie has been praying and searching for her missing husband. Chances are he’s dead. […]

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Review: Her Forgotten Betrayal by Anna DeStefano

Review: Her Forgotten Betrayal by Anna DeStefanoby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Shaw Cassidy has been the victim of trauma due to awful events at her mansion where it is believed an assassination attempt made on her life has left her with amnesia. It doesn’t help that she is the heiress to Cassidy Global Research, as well as their CEO, as it […]

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Review: Mockingjay (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 3) by Suzanne Collins

Review: Mockingjay (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 3) by Suzanne Collinsby Keira G

Brief Overview: 13 Districts rebelled against the Capitol. 1 was supposedly destroyed while 12 suffered under a harsh treaty for 75 years. Now we’re back at the beginning and once more 13 Districts are rebelling. This time is different though, because this time the rebels have a cause and a face of the revolution: Katniss […]

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Review: Maximum Witch by Jodi Redford

Review: Maximum Witch by Jodi Redfordby Susan S.

Reviewed by Susan S. Summary: Book Three in That Old Black Magic Series Maxwell Truitt (hero) is a shark-shifting sheriff. And for reasons unbeknownst to me, I want to sing that to the tune of Bob Marley’s song, I Shot the Sheriff. All right, let’s move on. Max is patrolling the Atlantic one night when […]

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Movie Review: Boys Over Flowers starring Hye-sun Koo, Min-ho Lee, and Hyun-joong Kim

Movie Review: Boys Over Flowers starring Hye-sun Koo, Min-ho Lee, and Hyun-joong Kimby Keira G

What You Need to Know: Boys Over Flowers is a Korean TV romantic drama. It runs for two seasons with a total of 25 episodes. The series is based on a Manga series of the same title which I have not read. There’s been other adaptations of the Manga besides this one with differences. Recommended: […]

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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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Review: The Amorous Education of Celia Seaton (The Burgundy Club, Book 3) by Miranda Neville

Review: The Amorous Education of Celia Seaton (The Burgundy Club, Book 3) by Miranda Nevilleby Keira G

Heroine: Kidnapped, Celia Seaton is no passive miss. At the first opportunity she gets out of the attic of a two story cottage wearing only her under clothes. Stumbling upon her worst enemy (who doesn’t even know he’s her enemy because she doesn’t register on his radar) conked out across the threshold of the house, […]

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