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November 7, 2020

1 Flew Over the Raven's Nest by JB Lynn ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

During the pandemic, JB Lynn published a chapter a day as she wrote a new book in a brand new series. Then when she finished, it was edited and turned into an ebook. Since I've loved everything I've read by Lynn (I read all her books except for 3 or 4), I wanted to follow along online, but I was swamped at work and behind in my ARCs. So I read it the finished product instead.

November 6, 2020

No Place to Hide by Opa Hysea Wise ~ a Review

by MK French

Smythe Windwalker Daniels has been compromised, and there are credible threats to her life. She accepts the FBI’s protection, hoping to testify and bring justice, as well as meaning to her life on the run.

November 5, 2020

3 Books for Fans of Romance Novels

by Susan Roberts

I don't usually read a lot of books in the romance genre but things have been so stressful lately that I decided it was time to read some light fluffy books with happily ever after endings.  Here are the three that I enjoyed the most all written by Michelle Major.

November 4, 2020

Victor and Nora: A Gotham Love Story by Lauren Myracle, illustrated by Isaac Goodhart ~ a Review

by MK French

Victor Fries feels responsible for the house fire that killed his brother. His parents are emotionally distant, so Victor devotes his life to science. Nora Kumar is his opposite. She's full of life and social, knowing that she has an incurable disease. She plans to kill herself on her birthday but then meets Victor. The two recognize the emptiness and loneliness in the other, and a romance blooms between them. Victor is now driven to save Nora, no matter the cost.

November 3, 2020

A Christmas Resolution by Anne Perry ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

Celia approached the vicar, who stood alone for a few moments in the shadow of the rounded arch above the doorway, sheltered from the rising wind. She wanted to say something about the excellence of his sermon beyond the usual “well done,” which covered anything and nothing. (p. 1)

November 2, 2020

3 New & Notable YA Fantasy Novels

by MK French

I'm back with another list of not to be missed fantasy novels. This time I'm focusing on 3 young adult fantasy novels that have recently published or coming out later this month.

November 1, 2020

2 Novels for Fans of Historical Fiction

by Susan Roberts

I enjoy reading historical fiction.  A lot of history was ignored in the classrooms of the 60s and I must admit, I've probably forgotten a lot that was taught.  Today I have two books of historical fiction that are about two very different wars - the Civil War and WWII.