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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...

April 11, 2020

One Fatal Flaw by Anne Perry ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

Earlier this week the third book in Anne Perry's Daniel Pitt series came out. I hadn't read the first two books of the series, but the cover of One Fatal Flaw really got my attention.

April 10, 2020

Sunrise on Half Moon Bay by Robyn Carr

by MK French

Justine was twenty when her younger sister Addie was born, so they never really knew each other. Addie ultimately dropped out of college to care for their parents and Justine paid the bills. After the death of their parents, the two sisters don't know how to begin again. Addie had been a caregiver long enough she doesn't know how to care for herself, and Justine's success as a lawyer has strained her marriage. All they have is each other and a future full of changes.

April 9, 2020

You and Me and Us by Alison Hammer ~ Review

by Susan Roberts

"It's those moments when I see what it's doing to them, this disease that's killing my body, breath by breath.  That's when I know I made the right decision.  Because even though I'm the one that's sick, it's killing all of us. And it would be selfish of me to hold on, to make them suffer even one more day than they have to." (p 290)

April 8, 2020

Quarantine with Beverly Cleary #HappyBirthdayBeverlyCleary

by Alison DeLuca

Who out there remembers Beverly Cleary? She remains one of my favorite authors, a writer whose stories spoke to kids, teens, and even adults.

April 7, 2020

The Last Bathing Beauty by Amy Sue Nathan ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts

September 1951
Any other bride might have gazed into the mirror, stepped away, and then glanced back over her shoulder for another peek. Not Betty. She hadn't looked at herself once today, in fact she'd avoided her reflection all week. She knew the person looking back from the mirror would not be her. Betty Claire Stern no longer existed. She wanted to say she died, but Betty was mindful of her reputation for melodrama. (Prologue)

April 6, 2020

One Perfect Summer by Brenda Novak ~ a Review

by MK French

Serenity Alston submitted her DNA to 23andme, she discovers two half-sisters she never knew existed and questions about her family. Her new sister Reagan is in the middle of a complicated office romance and Lorelei's marriage is collapsing. The three women retreat to Serenity's family cabin at Lake Tahoe for the summer to figure out what happened in the past and how to move forward.

April 5, 2020

The Lost Orphan by Stacey Halls ~ a Review

by MK French

Bess Bright returned to London's Foundling Hospital in 1794 intending to retrieve the daughter she had left there six years before. To her shock, someone pretending to be her had already claimed her daughter. Nearby, the reclusive widow Alexandra is convinced by her close friend, a doctor at the Foundling Hospital, to take in a nursemaid to help her raise her young daughter.

Unknown 9: Genesis by Layton Green ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

A story so good it will make you forget what is going on in the world - that's what Layton Green's latest novel Unknown 9: Genesis did for me.