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June 26, 2021

The Return of the Sorceress by Silvia Morena-Garcia

by MK French


Yalxi is the deposed Supreme Mistress of the Guild of Sorcerers, betrayed when her lover stole the diamond heart fueling her power, and her throne. Yalxi must regain her magic and find a weapon capable of destroying the usurper. To do that, she'll have to turn to unlikely allies and relive unpleasant memories. She once forged her path in blood, and it's time to deal with the consequences.

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June 25, 2021

Spotlight: The Essence of Nathan Biddle by J. William Lewis


The Essence of Nathan Biddle is a timeless coming-of-age tale that, as novelist David Armstrong observed, “is like discovering The Catcher in the Rye all over again.” Protagonist Kit Biddle is a rising prep school senior who finds himself tangled in a web of spiritual quandaries and intellectual absurdities. Kit’s angst is compounded by a unique psychological burden he is forced to carry: his intelligent but unstable Uncle Nat has committed an unspeakable act on what, according to the Uncle’s deranged account, were direct orders from God.

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June 24, 2021

The Devil’s Own by Liana LeFay ~ a Review

by MK French


Lord Devlin Wayward is a gambler and rake, but his twin brother Daniel is a reverend. Devlin is finally returning to England, but with a broken leg is unable to return in person. It’s necessary to go to London, so the twins have to swap places. Miss Mary Tomblin has always been taken with the reverend, who has rebuffed her help and advances. This abruptly changes when she’s needed to help the vicarage due to a broken leg.

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June 23, 2021

The Grumpy Frumpy Croissant by Mona K ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Do you have a grumpy toddler or perhaps your preschooler gets angry with their friends? The Grumpy Frumpy Croissant is a new picture book written by Mona K and illustrated by Korey Scott.

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The English Girl by Sarah Mitchell ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


I read a lot of historical fiction based on World War II so it always surprises me when an author gives us a different perspective.  This novel is based after the war in England and looks at how life in a small town has been affected.  The English Girl by Sara Mitchell is a well-written dual timeline novel that is based on true facts.

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June 22, 2021

The Professor Next Door by Jackie Lau ~ a Review

by MK French


Partier Nicole Louie-Edwards is getting tired of the meaningless one-night stands and nightlife. Getting stuck in an elevator with her neighbor, the geology professor David Cho, leads to friendship and then friends-with-benefits. Nicole had always thought she’d lose identity in a relationship the way she had in the past, but David just might be able to teach her what a true relationship is.

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June 21, 2021

The Edelweiss Sisters by Kate Hewitt ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


I've been reading the cozy mysteries from Bookouture for a while now but hadn't had a chance to try their historical fiction and they publish quite a bit of WWII fiction which you know is one of my favorite genres. It was with great expectations that I picked up The Edelweiss Sisters by Kate Hewitt.

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June 20, 2021

A Lady in Attendance by Rachel Fordham ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


It's 1898 in upper New York State.  Hazel has just gotten out of five years in the state reformatory.  She knows that she'll never get a job if people know her past so she uses an alias when she applies for a job as a Lady in Attendance for dentist Gilbert Watts.  He is a quiet and unassuming man who becomes very impressed with Hazel and her skills at handling his patients. The more he gets to know her, the more he realizes that she is hiding major secrets about her past.  When she finally tells him about her past, he has to decide if he will continue to pursue her romantically or let her go.  As Rachel works hard to clear her name she has to decide if she will stay with Gil or if she will leave and start another new life.  Will the soft-spoken Gil and the hardened Hazel be able to find love and a safe place in the world?

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