Small Town

Review: The Chance (Thunder Point, Book 4) by Robyn Carr

Review: The Chance  (Thunder Point, Book 4) by Robyn Carrby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Laine Carrington has arrived in Thunder Point and she’s there to recuperate. Eric Gentry happened to be in the diner when she walked in. They seem to be two people who just might have something in common and they have an interesting first date. With Eric’s job, cars become the star. […]

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Review: Until We Touch (Fool’s Gold, Book 15) by Susan Mallery

Review: Until We Touch (Fool's Gold, Book 15) by Susan Malleryby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Jack McGarry is having a talk about Larissa Owens and learns something interesting.  Larissa is relatively new to Fool’s Gold but she loves it there.  They work together in the same office.  The reader should realize early on that this is going to be a book that is hard to put […]

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Review: Come Home to Me (Whiskey Creek, Book 6) by Brenda Novak

Review: Come Home to Me (Whiskey Creek, Book 6) by Brenda Novakby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Aaron Amos and Presley Christensen are in a bookstore. They are reconnecting after she left the area for a couple of years. This is a will they or won’t they kind of story as well as one about second chances. Presley is starting a new business as well as providing for […]

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Review: You Belong to My Heart by Nan Ryan

Review: You Belong to My Heart by Nan Ryanby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds The setting is Civil War-era Tennessee. Mary Ellen Preble goes down to the river but gets a surprise when she gets there. Clayton Knight grew up alongside Mary Ellen. As you read this story, you will find that it is linked with actual historical figures. It shows the amount of research […]

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Get into Bed with Linda Miller (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Linda Miller (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: Do you write every day? Do you have a writing routine? Linda Miller: Yes, mostly.  I write five days a week, from about 9 am., stopping at 1 or 2 pm because by then my brain starts turning to jelly.  I am definitely a morning person.  Sometimes, when a deadline is pressing hard, I’ll put in longer hours and work […]

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Review: It Had to Be You (Lucky Harbor, Book 7) by Jill Shalvis

Review: It Had to Be You (Lucky Harbor, Book 7) by Jill Shalvisby Keira G

Heroine: Have you ever been broken up with by a text message? Well, Ali Winters sure has. When trying to give him a piece of her mind, she finds out her boyfriend, Teddy, has been cheating. When had they gone from being together to being roommates? Now he’s claiming she stole money from his office […]

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Review: The Perfect Match (Blue Heron, Book 2) by Kristan Higgins

Review: The Perfect Match (Blue Heron, Book 2) by Kristan Higginsby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Honor Grace Holland has a unique experience that I don’t think I’ve ever read in a Prologue before – I feel for her. She has an agenda and it includes Brogan Cain. But what’s great about an author’s imagination is that nothing is ever set in stone. Tom Barlow is a […]

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Review: The Hero (Thunder Point, Book 3) by Robyn Carr

Review: The Hero (Thunder Point, Book 3) by Robyn Carrby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Devon McAllister is carrying her three-year-old daughter and then is lucky enough to catch a ride to Thunder Point. I hope if you’re reading this book that you’ve also read the other two in the series. You will continue getting to know about the town and some of its inhabitants. It […]

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