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  • Book Review: The Holiday Gift by RaeAnne Thayne

      The Blurb The book follows the story of Faith Dustin, a widow with two kids and a very successful ranch at Christmas. Faith, although she lost her husband two years prior to the beginning of the novel, is very focused on her family and on making the family business work like it always has […]

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  • Book Review: Miracle on 5th Avenue by Sarah Morgan

    Miracle on 5th Avenue is the third and last book in the From Manhattan with Love series. However, it can be read as a standalone, which is how I read it, and still be enjoyed. This book tells the story of Eva Jordan, a bubbly, lovable, and bright girl that full-heartedly believes in fairy tales and […]

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  • Book Review: Honor Bound by B.J. Daniels

    Honor Bound is the 6th and final book in Daniels’s series, The Montana Hamiltons. I have to admit; I had never read any other books in the series, or any other book by Daniels. I found that this did not affect my enjoyment of this novel in any way; in fact, I was very impressed […]

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  • Book Review: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

    This debut novel, a psychological thriller, promises twists and turns as the story speeds down the tracks to its conclusion and the mystery and the twists are delivered.  However, by the time the reader gets to the denouement, it is hard to work up the energy to care about what has happened to these truly reprehensible people. […]

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  • Book Review: Asshole Yakuza Boyfriend

    In Nick Feldman’s novel Asshole Yakuza Boyfriend, private investigator Mina Davis is searching for a missing girl, Rose Scott, and she won’t let a bleeding-out Yakuza thug stop her from doing the job she was hired to do. This is how Mina meets Shiro, a Yakuza member who just happens to have been shot by the […]

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  • Book Review: “Little Moon” by Megan Padalecki

    Little Moon is Megan Padalecki’s second book, and it displays the same careful attention to illustrative and written detail that was displayed in her first effort, Big Mo.  The story follows the journey of a small squid (as big as your thumb!) as she travels through the depths of the ocean and navigates its myriad dangers […]

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