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May 26, 2019

Smitten by the Brit by Melonie Johnson ~ a Review

by MK French

Bonnie Blythe is an English professor enamored with literature and hoping for a set wedding date with her fiance when he finishes his dissertation. When it all falls apart once she catches him cheating, her entire staid world has to change. She accepts a new summer teaching position in England, a dream she wouldn't have otherwise gone through with, and decides to see where her prior infatuation with Theo Wharton will go.

May 24, 2019

The Hitwoman's Juggling Act by @JB_Lynn_Author ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

I don't know how JB Lynn keeps these stories feeling so fresh. Usually by book 20 in a series I've given up because they have become too predictable. This is not so with The Hitwoman's Juggling Act. You just never know what is going to happen.

May 23, 2019

How We Disappeared by Jing-Jing Lee @JingWrites ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts

I have read many books about the effects of WWII on the people of Europe but this is the first book that I've read about life in Singapore during the occupation by the Japanese. Parts of this book were difficult to read but the novel is beautifully written and a wonderful testament to the women who survived this time period. It is a book that I won't soon forget.

May 22, 2019

You, Me, and the Sea by Meg Donohue ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts

This beautifully written descriptive novel sweeps you away to the northern California coast and Horseshoe Cliff right from the beginning. Then when we meet the main character in that setting, we find out that she is just as beautiful and mysterious as the location she lives in.

May 21, 2019

The Overdue Life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts

There are a lot of people you don't expect to run into in small town Pennsylvania.  And a few you do.  I run into my best friend, Lena, almost every day - she teaches in the same school that I do, so when we don't go out of our way to see each other, we're seeing each other anyway, in the halls, the teachers' lounge, the parking lot, scraping frost off our windshields as late as April.

Then there are the people you don't expect to see.  Jamie from Outlander. Despite looking, and hard, I see him exactly never.

Or my husband.  Except there he is.  My husband of eighteen years.  Last seen three years ago, when my daughter was 12 and my son eight and he packed up one roll-aboard carry-on-size suitcase with shirts I'd ironed and ties I'd picked out and a change of suits and some running clothes and his shaving kit and his six different kinds of anti-anxiety medication and went on a business trip to Hong Kong.  And never came back. (p4)


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