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February 17, 2018

Review: Best Friends Forever by Margot Hunt @harlequinbooks #tlcbooktours

by Susan Roberts

How well do we know our friends - how about our best friend in the whole world, the one we share everything with - even more than we share with our husband and family. How well do we really know them??

February 16, 2018

Review: The Color of Clouds by J. C. Whyte

by MK French

When a cruise ship encounters dark matter in the middle of the ocean, it touches off a cascade of events. Two passengers are sent out of their bodies on a trip with a psychic's spirit guide. Another passenger, getting over a tragedy, is accused of murder. A tsunami is on its way toward the ship. All of these stories weave together over the course of the novel.

February 15, 2018

Review: The Story of Our Lives by Helen Warner

by Susan Roberts

The Story of Our Lives is a wonderful story about 4 friends during 20 years of their lives. Even though they are best friends, they all live very different lives and only get together for an occasional weekend. More importantly, even though they are best friends who tell each other everything -- they are all keeping secrets from each other. Can their friendship survive when these secrets are brought out into the open?

February 14, 2018

4 Romance Novels for Valentine's Day

by MK French

Today is Valentine's Day. Weekday holidays are sometimes difficult to celebrate. If you find yourself alone tonight or just without plans, then here are 3 books to treat yourself plus one for your wishlist.

The Cat, The Crow, and The Grimoire by Marilyn Rucker

by Alison DeLuca

cover for The Cat, the Crow, and the Grimoire showing a book and a feather pen

The Cat, The Crow, and The Grimoire is another Marilyn Rucker novel. Like Sax and the Suburb, this wonderful writer serves up an action-packed plot with incredible writing.

February 13, 2018

Interview with Cynthia Robinson, author of BIRDS OF WONDER

Cynthia Robinson's debut novel Birds of Wonder hits shelves on February 20. Today, Cynthia shares a bit about her new crime novel and her writing in general.

February 12, 2018

Review: Surprise Me by Sophie Kinsella

by MK French

Sylvie and Dan have been together for ten years, and it's a seamless kind of marriage. They care for their twin daughters, work at their jobs, and know each other so well that they can finish each others' sentences. Both are in good health, so the doctor at their annual physical guesses they should plan for another sixty-eight years of marriage. That's when they're unnerved and start to panic, looking for ways to spice up their life together. It doesn't always go to plan.

February 11, 2018

Review: The White Pavilion by Ruth Fox

by MK French

Tierra Mejor, a world governed by clockwork, was built by La Relojero, the clockmaker. It has a Pattern and tiers within society, as well as seven major guilds to help the land run smoothly. The people believe in the myth, which is reenacted every year (known as cycle) by the dancers of the Pavilion. Imre had danced it before, but this time she had fallen and attracted the interest of the Prince, who demanded that she be placed in the Citadel within his Den full of concubines. The Prince has many enemies, and Imre doesn't know anything about this sort of politics and intrigue.