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Review: Tapestry by Karen Ranney

Review: Tapestry by Karen Ranneyby Keira G

Hero: Alex, the Earl of Cardiff, never planned to be the earl. He had a father and older brother and so went off to war to make his mark. When he returns, he is severely wounded and hides his ravage face and body and heart in the castle of Heddon Hall. His servants are terrified […]

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Review: Three Sisters (Blackberry Island, Book 2) by Susan Mallery

 Review: Three Sisters (Blackberry Island, Book 2) by Susan Malleryby Keira G

This book is not an anthology, but there are three stories intertwined in it. Three Sisters is the nickname for three Victorian houses on a cul-de-sac and with a name like that, it is easy to see that the three women who own it will become as “sisters” in their friendships to one another. Romantic […]

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Review: Color of Loneliness by Madeleine Beckett

Review: Color of Loneliness by Madeleine Beckett by Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes The Story: A young copy editor, Myra has to make a life changing decision to move to Oregon as she has no remaining family where she is after a recent death. Her hope is to find comfort around others, and make herself feel better after this soul searching period in her […]

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Review: Summer of Two Wishes by Julia London

Review: Summer of Two Wishes by Julia Londonby Keira G

I spent two days reading another bite your nails love triangle romance… I am such a glutton for punishment! Of course, I cheated before starting. When it comes to Love Triangles, Jennifer Haymore changed my tune about spoilers. Now I am all for reading the last chapter to find out who gets with whom. Are […]

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Book Review: Dating da Vinci by Malena Lott

Book Review: Dating da Vinci by Malena Lottby Keira G

Dating da Vinci is a wonderful novel that deals with some very hard issues in a very compassionate and interesting way with very engaging writing. It basically boils down to the question- can one love again when one’s soul mate is gone? Ramona Elise Griffen tries to answer this question all throughout the novel as […]

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Get into Bed with Jennifer Haymore (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Jennifer Haymore (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: Hi Jennifer! I’m so excited to have you with us today. Loved A Hint of Wicked; what was your inspiration? Jennifer: My husband came up with the first idea for A Hint of Wicked. We were on a long drive and stuck in traffic, and we and started tossing around book ideas. He suggested […]

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Review: New Moon by Stephenie Meyer

Review: New Moon by Stephenie Meyerby Keira G

The second book in the Twilight saga is entitled New Moon and if the first book was about finding true love, then this book is about losing true love. I am not particularly fond of this book. It is because it contains so little Edward. We are introduced to the other paranormal group just up […]

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Review: Almost Home by Pam Jenoff

Review: Almost Home by Pam Jenoffby Susan S.

By Susan S., Guest Reviewer Almost Home is a beautifully, captivating read, with plot twists galore and a who done it feel until the very end! Jordan Weiss (heroine) is an intelligence officer from Washington, D.C. She’s about to embark on a journey, which terrifies her, more than any covert operation she’s ever had. One […]

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