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May 28, 2022

The Omega Factor by Steve Berry ~ an Audiobook Review

by Donna Huber



I love Steve Berry's books. They are full of history and conspiracy and suspense. His new book comes out in a couple of weeks and I couldn't wait to tell you about it.

Amazon affiliate links are used on this site. A free audiobook was provided for an honest review.

May 27, 2022

An Affair at Stonecliffe by Candace Camp ~ a Review

by MK French



Widowed Noelle Rutherford's entire world revolves around her son Gil now that her beloved husband is dead. His family never liked that he married for love, and they send Carlisle Thorne to give Noelle money in exchange for Gil being raised at the Rutherford estate Stonecliffe. Horrified, Noelle and Gil go on the run, Carlisle following behind her. Over the next five years, the two match wits in a battle for Gil, determined to protect his best interests.

Amazon affiliate links are used on this site. A free book was provided for an honest review.

May 26, 2022

Myracles in the Void by Wes Dyson ~ a Review

By Elisabeth Scherer


Living out on the remote “island” of cobbled together driftwood called Hop, life can be tough. Gaiel (Gai)Izz and his sister, Lynd, have been toughing it out ever since their Pa set out to leave Hop behind. Hop is the place where nothing goes to waste, and every citizen seems to scrape by with the bare essentials.

Amazon affiliate links are used on this site. A free book was provided for an honest review.

May 25, 2022

The Tyrant's Daughter by J. C. Carleson ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


The library system recently changed its policy and now I can get audiobooks from any library in the state. That's great news for me because it will allow me to catch up on some of my older Netgalley titles. The Tyrant's Daughter by J. C. Carleson is one of those titles.

Amazon affiliate links are used on this site. A free book was provided for an honest review.

May 24, 2022

The Lioness by Chris Bohjalian ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



"Oh, I can't speak for the dead.  And I won't speak for the missing.  I can only tell you what I think happened.  Others - the dead and the missing - would probably have their own versions.  Blame, I can tell you firsthand, is every bit as subjective as truth." (loc69-70)

 Amazon affiliate links are used on this site. A free book was provided for an honest review.

Bloomsbury Girls by Natalie Jenner ~ an Audiobook Review

by Donna Huber


Bloomsbury Girls
 is the second book by Natalie Jenner. It isn't billed as a sequel to her first novel The Jane Austen Society but a few characters from the first novel make an appearance in the second. 

Amazon affiliate links are used on this site. A free audiobook was provided for an honest review.

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