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July 3, 2021

The Nature of Small Birds by Susie Finkbeiner ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"Turns out that the nature of small birds is to fly.  It's no different for our children." (p114)

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July 2, 2021

What We Devour by Linsey Miller ~ a Review

by MK French


Lorena Adler hides that she holds the power of the banished gods inside her. She plans to remain hidden and work as an undertaker, marrying her best friend Julian. When his father is arrested by the Vile Crown Prince, he recognizes Lorena's true nature. In order to get Julian's father a fair trial, she has to work with the Prince to repair the Door that holds back the Vile. But the price of doing so is horrific that she must embrace her true heritage in order to survive.

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July 1, 2021

Fallen by Linda Castillo ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Amish-focused books have been pretty popular over the past few years but mostly they have been Amish romances. Since I don't read a lot of romance, I haven't really gotten into this fascination. Though I have been interested in the Amish as I remember driving through "Amish country" when we traveled to see family in Indiana. So when I saw a suspense novel featuring the Amish I figured it was a good opportunity to try Amish fiction.

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June 30, 2021

A Winter Night by Anne Leigh Parrish ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"She refuses to give in to negative thinking.  She's going to stay open, see where this thing with him might go, and push past the barriers between them - and within herself - to find happiness.
Assuming it even works that way." (p 17)

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June 29, 2021

How to Break an Evil Curse by Laura Morrison ~ a Review

by MK French


Princess Juliana is cursed to dwell in darkness, but she's too resourceful to stay in the castle dungeons. She explores the city at night and bumps into Warren Kensington, a member of a seafaring theater troupe. He breaks her curse, and they discover a plot against Juliana's father. The more Juliana learns, however, she realizes that the world is far more complicated than a fairy tale.

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June 28, 2021

A Duke in Time by Janna MacGregor ~ a Review

by MK French



Upon her husband Meri's death, Katherine Verick discovers that he married two other women. Her chances at a successful business would be endangered if that truth was revealed, so Katherine tries to keep it secret. Meri's upstanding brother Christian, Duke of Randford, is drawn back into the family drama he had been trying to avoid for years and winds up working with Katherine. He can't be falling for his brother's widow, can he?

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June 27, 2021

4 New & Notable Books in Women's Fiction

by Susan Roberts

Women's fiction

Women's Fiction is an umbrella term for several different sub-genres.  Today I have reviews of several books that will make you cry and one that will definitely make you laugh.  What they all have in common is that the main characters are strong women with challenges to overcome.

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Summer Reading Time - June Wrap-up

by Donna Huber



Summer is officially here. It's been hot and muggy or cool and rainy most of the month. We've only had a couple of really nice summer days. But life has slowed down or maybe I'm just finding my new normal but I found a little more time to read and sleep this month.

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