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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...

December 7, 2019

3 Novels for Chilly Days

by Susan Roberts

The weather has finally turned and it is time to curl up under cozy blankets, next to a roaring fire, with a hot beverage, and a good book. These 3 books would make the perfect read.

December 6, 2019

5 Friday Freebies - Christmas ebooks

by Donna Huber

One of my favorite things about Christmas is binge-reading Christmas stories. I don't read much romance throughout the year, but there is something about holiday romances that I find irresistible. I usually load up on the free reads this time of year, usually with more than I can read. I'm trying not to add too many this year as I still have ebooks from last year to read. But here are 5 free ebooks to kick off the weekend.

December 5, 2019

Lake Season by Denise Hunter ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts

"If we sell the place now, we'll get pennies on the dollar.  Who's going to want a building that's half house and half inn. If we finish the remodel and make a go of the place, even for two or three years,  it'll be much more attractive to potential buyers." (p 6)

December 4, 2019

7 Tales of Romance

by MK French

Part of the fun of romance novels is finding that person to make the hero or heroine excited about sharing experiences. It's a sense of comfort and completion as well, and it doesn't hurt if the couple is attractive! Sometimes they find the future in the shape of a person they never expected to find, which makes the story that much better to read.

December 3, 2019

Thin Ice by Paige Shelton ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

The good thing about being suddenly overcome with fresh terror is that you forget everything else you were afraid of. At least temporarily. (chapter 1)

December 2, 2019

6 Thrillers to Read this Winter

by MK French

Secrets can lurk in the daytime or under cover of night. Not everyone wants to see them revealed, and it can become a chase to the finish line or a fight to the death. In these novels, it's more about the tension between revealing the truth and keeping secrets hidden no matter the cost.

December 1, 2019

3 Books for Fans of Historical Fiction

by Susan Roberts

Today I have reviews of historical fiction that span America from Chicago in the early 1960s to West Virginia in 1912 and then back to Hawaii in 1902.