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April 4, 2020

The Undertaker's Daughter by Debra Webb ~ a Series Review

by MK French


Debra Webb just released the third book in The Undertaker's Daughter series: The Darkness We Hide. Since I'm new to the series, I read the first two books as well since this a series that you need to have the information from the previous books to truly enjoy. If you are looking for a great thriller, then pick up this series.

April 3, 2020

Finding Mrs. Ford by Deborah Goodrich Royce ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"A single gunshot cracks the air.  
Seagulls flutter and levitate above the sand as Mrs. Ford's dogs rise, barking.  The echo reverberates across the sea and back to her at the edge.  Mrs. Ford reaches down to pat the dogs. Sound dissipates.  Birds land.  Dogs settle." (p 3)

Cross Her Heart by Melinda Leigh ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"Bree was shaking so hard.  She could barely hold the phone to her ear.  'Mommy and Daddy are fighting.'
A slap sounded down the hall, and Bree flinched.  "Would you send the police."'  (loc 77)

April 2, 2020

The List of Things That Will Not Change by Rebecca Stead ~ a Review

by MK French


Bea's parents have gotten a divorce, but she knows that they will always love her. That's the first thing written in her notebook, where she keeps a list of things that will not change. Her father plans to marry his boyfriend Jesse, and Bea is thrilled. She likes Jesse and hopes that Jesse's daughter will be the sister she always wanted. As the wedding day approaches, Bea will learn that it takes a lot to create a new family.

April 1, 2020

Mages Rising by Rosalia Stillitano

by MK French


Lyria is a mage, and cannot reveal this to the nonmagical Terrians. The Revolution and Resistance believe that law needs to change and that Lyria's blood is key to returning magic to the world. But she doubts her ancestry and wants to stop the chaos that the mages plan to unleash.

March 31, 2020

Highland Sword by May McGoldrick ~ a Review

by MK French


Dalmigavie Castle, the Highlands
September 1820
The afternoon sun cast a golden glow over the high-walled garden beside the keep. The scents of autumn - rich and earthy - hung in the air, filling Cinaed's senses. His mother paused before a pair of rose bushes. The leaves were beginning to grow spotted and yellow, but a few red blooms lingered steadfastly in the protected space. (p.1)

March 30, 2020

Favorite Read of March


I think we are all happy that March is coming to an end. Have you struggled with reading this month? Are you looking for a distraction from the news? A lot of great books come out this month, but you might be struggling with choosing one. To help you out, MK, Susan, and Donna have picked their favorite this month.

March 29, 2020

An Exhibition of Murder by Vivian Conroy ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


An Exhibition of Murder, Vivian Conroy's newest installment of Murder Will Follow, is my favorite so far.

March Wrap Up

by Donna Huber


I think we will all agree March has been one crazy ride. All seemed so normal at the beginning of the month and then suddenly it all went sideways. I've been working from home for 2 weeks now and the new normal is starting to settle in but things still feel surreal at times. How are you doing?

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