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May 30, 2020

Favorite Reads of May


It looks like Donna, Susan, and MK all got their reading grooves back this month and have been tearing through their TBR piles. In addition, there were a ton of new releases this month. Having all of these books can make it difficult to know which one to pick up first. Susan, Donna, and MK are here to help by naming their favorite reads of May.

May 29, 2020

The Hitwoman and the Exorcism by JB Lynn ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Maggie and the gang are back with a new installment in the Confessions of a Slightly Neurotic Hitwoman series. If you are looking for something fun to read, then you need to get this book.

4 Books for Fans of Romance

by MK French


Are you looking for a summer romance? If so, try one of these four novels.

May 28, 2020

Little Tea by Claire Fullerton ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"There’s a damp, verdant feel to Olive Branch, Mississippi, in the summertime. From the side of the road, everything is a chiaroscuro of overgrown, tangled green. Moss drips sultry from kudzu-covered oaks, shading twists of the road in canopies of diamond-dappled sunlight. The world there is flat, expansive, and quiet, evoking a mood both eerie and somber. One step outside Ava’s car and I knew I was out of sync with the environment. I figured I’d need to slow down, ease into the heat, try it on for a spell."  (p 16)

May 27, 2020

How I Got My Reading Groove Back

by Donna Huber



When the pandemic took hold in March, my reading went out the window. I know that happened to a lot of people. Too much uncertainty and information coming a mile a minute left me without the concentration for reading a book. But slowly I've gotten my reading groove back. If you are still struggling, perhaps these tips will help.

May 26, 2020

Murder with Clotted Cream by Karen Rose Smith ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


"'But what if Margaret doesn't like the apple gingerbread with clotted cream?' Aunt Iris asked Daisy as they stood at the sales counter of Daisy's Tea Garden." (p. 1)

May 25, 2020

4 Thrillers for Summer Chills

by MK French



Thrillers come in all different styles but they all have one goal - to make your pulse race. On this list of thrillers, there are a couple of ghost thrillers that would be great for a summer camp out read. The other two, a domestic thriller and a romantic thriller, will be a great addition to your beach bag.

May 24, 2020

Girls of Summer by Nancy Thayer ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


A few weeks ago Susan mentioned which book signals the start of summer. For me, summer starts when I have in my hands Nancy Thayer's latest beach read. As this weekend is the unofficial start of summer in the U.S., it is fitting that Girls of Summer hits shelves on Tuesday.

The Red Lotus by Chris Bohjalian ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"And maybe it was those two words - anything's possible - but another revelation was beginning to appear through the mist in her mind, racing like a distant corsair on the horizon, and just as unnerving.   This one, however, didn't strike her as quite so delusional...'Austin did lie.  But he lied because he needed an excuse to come here.  To come to this part of Vietnam.'"  (page 88)

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