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December 9, 2017

12 Books to Read This Holiday Season

by Donna Huber


Christmas themed books have been hitting shelves since October, which if you are like me thought was way too early to think about the holiday. You may have missed a few of the great tales we've already reviewed, but don't worry I have you covered with this round-up of recently released Christmas books. Plus, I've thrown in some of the books I've recently read, which is a mix of older titles that should be available through your library and free ebooks.

December 8, 2017

Review: Fire's Kiss by Brittany Pate

by MK French


Embyr is a half fire demon and hides her heritage by running a tavern just outside of town. It's a lonely life, but she is safer this way than how she had grown up. Her peace is disturbed by reports of Death's Horsemen coming, and one of the hellhounds taking too much of an interest in her. His leader, Death himself, figures out Embyr's abilities and wants to use them in his war against Atrarius, the vampire that had killed his wife and turned his brother eight hundred years before.

December 7, 2017

10 Books You Don't Want to Miss

by Susan Roberts


I seem to be reading a lot of different genres lately so there's no way to group these books into one subject.  We could call it a collage of books but that doesn't sound quite right, either. So here are reviews of a few books that I've read this year and enjoyed.

December 6, 2017

Review: Class of '59 by John A. Heldt

by Donna Huber

When I need a light-hearted, easy, entertaining read I know I can't go wrong with one of John A. Heldt's time-traveling tales. As a bonus, the books in a series can be read in any order, which means I can select the first one I come to on my Nook.

December 5, 2017

3 New Books Reviewed

by MK French

There are only a few more publishing weeks left in 2017. Here are three new releases you can pick up today.

December 4, 2017

Review: A Catalog of Birds by Laura Harrington #MondayBlogs

by Susan Roberts

This beautifully written book will definitely be on my list of top 10 books of 2017. I absolutely loved it - the characters, the plot and most of all the beautiful writing. I feel like I know these people and miss them now that the novel is done.

December 3, 2017

Review: Bound to a Spy by Sharon Cullen

by MK French

Rose Turner had been sent to the court of Mary Queen of Scots in order to marry well. She, unfortunately, overhears men plotting to murder Mary's husband, as does the English spy Will Sheffield that Elizabeth had sent to Mary's court. As much as Will knows there are always sacrifices and casualties, he can't leave Rose alone at court.

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