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January 13, 2018

Review: This Could Hurt by Jillian Medoff

by Donna Huber

I fell in love with Jillian Medoff's writing when I read I Couldn't Love You More (read my review) so I was excited when I was offered an advanced copy. In This Could Here, Medoff created interesting, well-developed real-world characters that you will truly care about by the end.

January 12, 2018

Review: Romancing the Scot by May McGoldrick

by MK French

Hugh Pennington prides himself on being a fair judge of the law and enjoys ballooning in his spare time. Grace Ware is near to death when he opens the crate she had been boxed in; she had escaped from the men responsible for killing her father, who had once been Napoleon's tactical officer. She hides her identity and in spite of herself gets to know Hugh. Her identity is eventually revealed when danger follows her to Hugh's door.

January 11, 2018

January 10, 2018

Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero - #bookreview

by Alison DeLuca

I've always loved books and movies about Core Four groups solving mysteries. Why is four the magic number? Who knows. But it worked in Scooby Doo, the Enid Blyton books, and on the teen drama Riverdale.

January 9, 2018

Review: Haven by Mary Lindsey

by MK French

Rain Ryland had moved around a lot or lived on the street with his mother until she died of a drug overdose. He then moved with his aunt Ruby, who he hadn't  known existed, and is in a stable lifestyle in New Wurzburg for the first time in years. Some of the people in the town behave oddly or reference weird things, but Rain is drawn to Friederike Burkhart. The more she and others warn him away from her, the more he wants to get to know her. Discovering some of her secrets does nothing more than make him even more determined to be part of her world and truly belong.

January 8, 2018

2 Suspense Novels

by Susan Roberts

I love a good suspense novel especially when you don't know who the 'bad guy' is until the very end.  Here are two reviews of suspense novels that I've read recently.

January 7, 2018

Review: To The Duke, With Love by Amelia Grey

by MK French

Wanting to avoid potential gossip and ruination for his younger sister Adele, Sloane Knox finds what he feels is a perfect match for her in Paxton Quick. His sister Loretta, however, is determined to allow Paxton to marry for love. She had spurned a marriage to a nobleman years before rather than live without love, so trying to change her mind is a challenge that Sloane (better known as Hart throughout the novel) is only too willing to take up.