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August 2, 2021

One Night Only by Catherine Walsh ~ a Review

by MK French



Sarah Anderson copes with her high-stress architecture job by having one-night stands. After some letdowns at work, she’s looking forward to her best friend’s wedding in Ireland. It’s beautiful there, but the best man turns out to be the last one-night stand she had back in New York. She has to deal with that awkwardness, then missing him when she returns to New York.

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August 1, 2021

The Girls from the Beach by Andie Newton ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



"A single diary entry dated 1945.  'We'd heard stories about the nurses in tent seven.  A secret mission, stolen money, and spies, some of them posing as soldiers.  One thing I know for certain:  Kit was involved.  She might be the only person who can shed light on those five days in September and tell the world what happened when he women went missing.'"  (loc 19)

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July 31, 2021

Dearest Mother and Dad by Christina Thompson ~ an Audiobook Review

by Donna Huber



As you know I read a lot of WWII fiction, but I've read very little about other wars. I've been trying to fix that and read a few WWI stories. So when I saw Dearest Mother and Dad was about the Korean War, I was intrigued. Like the kid in the book, I know very little about the Korean War. In fact, just about everything I know about that war I learned from watching M*A*S*H.

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July 30, 2021

The Ocean In Winter by Elizabeth de Veer ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



I love books about sisters.  I am the oldest of three sisters and know that no matter what is going on in our lives, there is a special connection between us.  The Ocean in Winter is a beautifully written book about three sisters who are working to connect with each other after several years of estrangement.  

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July 29, 2021

3 Summer Books and a Yummy Summer Dessert

by Donna Huber


July has been filled with a lot of great books and after a slow start, I've been blowing through my books the last week or so. I didn't want to wait to tell you about them so below are my reviews of the last of my July books. I also made a delicious dessert while I was reading these books so I shared the recipe.

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July 28, 2021

What Comes First: Love or Marriage? a guest post by Gail Ward Olmsted (@gwolmsted)

What Comes First: Love or Marriage?

I believe that the majority of us would respond that love comes first, of course! After all, what is a marriage without love? In my historical novel Landscape of a Marriage, Mary, a widow with three small children, agrees to marry her brother-in-law, landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, in order to provide a secure future for her and her children. In 1858, there were not many good options for women. Their ‘marriage of convenience’ doesn’t suit her however, and she decides that she will win her new husband’s love. Seeking a more passionate union, Mary is soon blessed with a relationship that meets her emotional and physical needs. Her second marriage provides a second chance at a happy ever after. Together, Mary and Fred set to transform the American landscape forever, beginning with NY’s iconic Central Park. Their shared goal is to create a ‘beating green heart’ in every city.

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