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Review: Aefle and Gisela by Libby Malin

Review: Aefle and Gisela by Libby Malinby Carla F.

Reviewed by Carla F. The heroine is DeeDee McGowan who is the owner of a car dealership in the very small town of Oyster Point. She is all ready to settle for and marry Buck Bewley, but the night before the wedding she finds out he is cheating on her. The hero is Thomas Charlemagne, […]

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Review: Bring Me Home for Christmas by Robyn Carr

Review: Bring Me Home for Christmas by Robyn Carrby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Bring Me Home for Christmas is book 16 of the “Virgin River” series. Rich Timm and his sister Becca have just arrived in Virgin River to hunt and fish. Rich is there for a “guys” get-together and Becca has invited herself along. Robyn starts us off with a great interaction between […]

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Review: Just One Taste by Louisa Edwards

Review: Just One Taste by Louisa Edwardsby Keira G

Wes Murphy was the son of a conman and was raised to be one too. A con gone wrong when he was younger landed him in a halfway house and changed his life. There Wes discovered he loved to cook. Now he’s studying at a great school and working toward being the top of his […]

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Review: Regularly Scheduled Life by K. A. Mitchell

Review: Regularly Scheduled Life by K. A. Mitchellby Carla F.

by Carla F., guest reviewer Summary: Sean Farnham and Kyle DiRusso have been together for six wonderful years. Then suddenly their lives change when schoolteacher Sean is hit when tackling a school shooter. Sean and Kyle must deal with Sean being in physical and emotional pain, but that is only part of what they must […]

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Review: Getting Lucky by Carolyn Brown

Review: Getting Lucky by Carolyn Brownby Susan S.

By Susan S., Guest Reviewer Brown’s novel will warm your heart, and bring you characters so real, you’ll swear they’re flesh and bone. Getting Lucky will move to the top of everyone’s list of new comfort reads. Getting Lucky is book three from Brown’s Lucky Trilogy. It stands alone, here’s why: In this novel the […]

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