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February 6, 2021

The Nature of Fragile Things by Susan Meissner ~ a Review

by Donna Huber



It's 1905 and an Irish immigrant is hungry and cold. She lives in filth and works tirelessly, with little to show for her efforts. A personal ad catches her eye: a widower in California needs a wife and mother for his 6-year-old daughter. Is this Sophie's chance to get a warm bed, plenty of food, and a sense of home that she desperately missees?

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February 5, 2021

Beauty Among Ruins by J'nell Ciesielski ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


In Ciesielski’s latest sweeping romance, an American heiress finds herself in Scotland amid the fallout of the Great War, and a wounded Scottish laird comes face-to-face with his past and a woman he never could have expected.

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February 4, 2021

The Yes Factor by Erin Spencer & Emma Sable ~ an Audiobook Review

by Donna Huber


I was hesitant to listen to this audiobook because I wasn't sure what kind of romantic comedy it would be. But it reminded me of the dating self-help book that came out many years ago where the author said "yes" to anyone who asked her out, so I decided to give it a try and hoped there weren't any steamy sex scenes.

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February 3, 2021

5 Romance Novels to Read for Valetine's Day

by MK French


Valentine's Day is coming up soon, and like many of our holidays this past year, it might not be quite the same. What you can count on is plenty of happily ever after romance novels. Today, I have reviews for 5 romance novels to get you started on your Valentine's Day reading.

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February 2, 2021

We Could Be Heroes by Mike Chen ~ a Review & Excerpt

by MK French


Jamie has the power to read or erase memories but has no memory of his own, so now he robs banks for money. Zoe doesn't have memories either and uses her strength to deliver food and sometimes beat up people. The two meet in a memory loss support group and decide to figure out what happened to them. A medical conspiracy could threaten the city, if not the country, and their friendship will give them their greatest power.

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Murder in the Belltower by Helena Dixon ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Couple sleuths are my favorite type of cozy mysteries. And Kitty Underhay and Matt Bryant are a great couple. Add to it that the book is set during one of my favorite time periods - the 1930s, and I can't wait for the next book. Helena Dixon's Murder in the Belltower is a fun Christmas time mystery that is full of characters with secrets.

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February 1, 2021

The Unwilling by John Hart ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"Jason drank again and French wanted so much, just then.  He wanted to slap away the anger from his son, to pull him up and squeeze him so hard there'd be no question of favorites or history or love.  He wanted to say, 'You're my son goddamn it, and I don't care what you've done or what you are or even that you hate me.'  He wanted to hold the boy until his heart was flooded and the sun rose and his arms hurt. Instead, he nodded again and walked away."
( p 31)

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January 31, 2021

Favorite Reads of January


We featured so many books this month so we wanted to highlight our favorite books in case you can't decide which ones you want to read first.

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Winter Reading - January Wrap-up

by Donna Huber


Usually, January feels like a long month, but I think after last year nothing can feel quite as long as those months. I'm back to my average amount of books read and there are a few more television shows entertaining me. The only other thing is work as I'm still not going into stores or restaurants.

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