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November 2, 2019

4 Books for Fans of Historical Fiction

by Susan Roberts


I enjoy reading historical fiction books especially if they mainly focus on women.  Here are several that I've read recently.

November 1, 2019

Meant To Be Yours by Susan Mallery ~ a Review

by MK French


Jasper left the military with severe PTSD and found a talent for writing novels. He still sees himself as broken and has never gotten involved in relationships for more than sex. This suits Renee just fine because she had back luck with relationships in the past. They wind up getting closer to each other, and maybe there is more than just the physical between them.

October 31, 2019

October's Best Reads


October can be a big book month as authors and publishers are trying to get books published in time for book award deadlines. It is also when Christmas books starting hitting shelves and so many favorite authors are publishing them these days that you have to start before Halloween to get them all read by the Christmas holidays. We read a bunch of different genres this month, everything from our go-to genres like cozy mysteries, women's fiction, and historical fiction to holiday reads, both for Halloween and Christmas. Here is our attempt to name the one book we read this month that is our favorite.

October 30, 2019

A Merry Murder by Kate Kingsbury ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


I love cozy mysteries, and I love Christmas stories. When these two genres collide I'm usually a very happy reader. Though I have not read any of the previous books in the Pennyfoot Hotel Mystery series, I could not pass up A Merry Murder. It's not just a cozy mystery, and it's not just a Christmas story. It promised to be an old fashion English Christmas. What could be better?

October 29, 2019

This Earl of Mine by Kate Bateman ~ a Review & Excerpt

by MK French


Georgiana Caversteed is a shipping heiress fed up with fortune hunters of the ton and the cousin that wants to force her into marriage. She knows widows have more freedom, so she is determined to marry a condemned man. Unfortunately, the man she winds up marrying is none other than Benedict William Henry Wylde, the Earl of Morcott's second son, who was in Newgate prison undercover, working for Bow Street. She never expected to actually see him in Society, and he is determined to court his wife so that they will remain married.

October 28, 2019

October Reading and Blogging Wrap Up

by Donna Huber



October has been filled with a bunch of books. So many of my favorite authors published books this month that I wound up with 8 ARCs. I usually read about 5 books a month (no including the audiobooks I listen to), so I was a little stressed when I looked at my calendar. Thankfully, several of them were Christmas stories so they were quick reads. I took a week off work to thoroughly scrub my house - August and September were so hot and dry that I barely cleaned a thing and I did want to close in the dirt when I close the windows for winter. I spent a day per room and got it all done. My house is sparkling! While I was off I went to a watercolor class at the library where we made 3 bookmarks. I want to add some quotes to mine.

October 27, 2019

Christmas Sweets: 3 Novellas ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Christmas Sweets is a collection of novellas from Joanne Fluke, Laura Levine, and Leslie Meier. If you haven't read these authors this is a great introduction to their series.

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