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Reflections on the #AtoZChallenge

by Donna Huber For the A to Z Challenge, I discussed different book genres/categories. Each day, I gave a few details about the genre/catego...

November 10, 2017

Review: A Jot of Blood by Katherine Bayless

by MK French

Lire Devon is a clairvoyant, able to see the thoughts and memories of anyone she comes into skin-to-skin contact with. She is ostracized by peers for this ability, and her own family had broken apart because of it. Coventry Academy is a refuge of sorts, even so, because she loves learning about magic and the different abilities that others have. This year is even better because she actually made two friends, the werewolf Cal and the occultum (invisible man) Zach.

November 9, 2017

Review: Written in Blood by Layton Green

by Donna Huber

Written in Blood is not your typical crime procedural, but it lived up to every expectation I have of a Layton Green novel.

November 8, 2017

Review: Sleep Savannah Sleep by Alistair Cross

by MK French

Jason Crandall moved to the small town of Shadow Springs with his surly teenage son and young daughter after the death of his wife. He enjoyed small-town life, right up until Savannah Surgess went missing. Some of the secrets the townspeople harbored were revealed, and he started getting visions related to her disappearance.

November 7, 2017

Review: The Missing by C.L. Taylor

by Susan Roberts

Every parent's worst nightmare is for their child to go missing - not knowing if they are still alive plus feeling the guilt that somehow it must have been your fault. This novel shows the pain and guilt that Billy's family was feeling six months after he disappeared. There are secrets and anger and mystery but most important was the pain that the mother was feeling while she was still searching for her son and believing that she was seeing him in crowds. Finding her son consumed all of her thoughts and energy and made the family even more splintered.

November 6, 2017

Excerpt: Through Fire by Sage MacGowan #MondayBlogs

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“Cass! What are you doing here?”

Her weak knees managed to get her through the curtain and to Bryan’s side where he lay on a hospital gurney. She took in his bent legs, arm draped across his abdomen, and pale face sporting a sheen of sweat.

Review: Someone to Wed by Mary Balogh #MondayBlogs

by MK French

Wren Heyden was a recluse her entire life because of the birthmark that covered the side of her face. She desperately wants to marry, have love and children, and believes that the only thing she could possibly offer a man is the fortune she inherited. Therefore, she does research into available bachelors near her country estate and offers her bargain: her fortune under contract in exchange for marriage. Her approach is far more mercenary than the marriage mart, even though the ends are the same, which is a bit offputting for Alexander Westcott, who just inherited a title he didn't want and an estate that needs more money than he has available to set to rights. As off-putting as the exchanges are, Alex is still drawn to Wren, and wants to find out more about her.

November 5, 2017

Review: Picnic at Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay

by Donna Huber

Have you ever wondered about the real events behind urban legends? The whole time I was reading Picnic at Hanging Rock by Joan Lindsay I kept thinking I'm sure this story is told around campfires to this day.