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February 7, 2023

The Sound of Light by Sarah Sundin ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts
 

The Sound of Light
is about the bravery and resilience of the Danish people during WWII as they worked to get Jewish people to safety.  The author has done deep research and it shows on every page.  The characters she's created are very likable people who want to help other people despite the personal danger.

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February 6, 2023

Not Your Ex's Hexes by April Asher ~ a Review

by MK French


Rose Maxwell stepped down from her role as Prima and now will focus on herself. When she's sentenced to community service, it's at the animal sanctuary that half-demon veterinarian Damian Adams runs. They had a one-night stand, and now that attraction grows more intense. Working with demons comes easily to Rose, pushing Damian back into the world of demons he left behind. He doesn't approve of her becoming a Hunter, but telling her no all but assures she'll do it anyway. He cares far too much about Rose, but can't let that happen; cursed by his ex, if he falls in love, he'll lose his humanity as well as his heart.

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February 5, 2023

Cheddar Late Than Dead by Linda Reilly ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


When former classmate Klarrissa's wedding shower venue falls through she is desperate for a new place, which is easily fixed - best friend and wedding planner Dawn's family home would be perfect. But what will they do for food? One bite of one of Carly's signature grilled cheese sandwiches and she that Carly must cater the event. It's winter so the restaurant is slow and Carly has a deep need to help anyone she can. Really what could go wrong?

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February 4, 2023

Vampire Weekend by Mike Chen ~ a Review & Excerpt

by MK French


Being a vampire isn't anything like what books had said, but Louise does have longevity. When her brother Stephen arrives with his grandson Ian after his father is killed in a car accident and his mother is undergoing cancer treatment. Louise takes in Ian for the weekend, and he discovers her secret. She wouldn't want him to feel as lonely as she does, and doesn't know how to change someone into a vampire anyway. When Ian runs away, Louise has to find him before elder vampires discover that he knows the truth and before Stephen finds out she lost him.

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February 3, 2023

Such Pretty Flowers by K. L. Cerra ~ a Review

by MK French


Holly received strange messages from her brother Dane prior to his death, which police have called a suicide due to psychosis. She goes to Savannah and meets his girlfriend Maura, a florist involved in the city's high society. In following her and trying to learn more about Dane's death, Holly is drawn to Maura and the dark allure the woman has. As she gets closer to Maura, Holly risks finding out exactly what happened to Dane the hard way.

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February 2, 2023

5 Books with Groundhog Day (Time Loop) Plots

by Donna Huber


When I was a teen Bill Murray's Groundhog Day was the comedy movie. We watched it over and over again. I've watched several Christmas movies that features a time loop plot. I think there's been a few sitcoms that played with the plot trope. This week's Quantum Leap (the remake) episode had its own take on Groundhog Day. Recently I read a book that I thought had an interesting take on the trope and I wondered what other books have used it. As today is Groundhog Day in the U.S. (do other countries have a thing where an animal's shadow decides how soon til Spring?), I thought it would be fun to share a few of them.

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