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by Donna Huber For the A to Z Challenge, I'm discussing different book genres/categories. Each day, I will give a few details about the...

August 27, 2022

Small Town, Big Magic by Hazel Beck ~ an Excerpt



Be sure to read MK's review of Small Town, Big Magic by Hazel Beck.

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August 26, 2022

The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


The world Sangu Mandanna has created is similar to our own. Here witches exist but they must hide their powers from regular people and even hide from one another. All witches are orphaned at birth or soon after as an old curse causes the parents to die. They grow up largely in isolation as it is dangerous for witches to gather together - their magical powers will draw attention. Mika Moon keenly feels this isolation and never stays in one place too long so as to not form an attachment to anyone. The only time she gathers with other witches is on the third Thursday every third month and it is in largely desolate places. How long, though, can she hide herself away without totally losing who she is?

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August 25, 2022

Aphrodite and the Duke by J.J. McAvoy ~ a Review

by MK French


Everyone praises her looks, but Aphrodite du Bell hates her name and finds it difficult to live up to the name of the goddess of beauty. Her beauty didn't stop the Duke of Everely from jilting her four years ago, and she would happily avoid London. However, she's called back to help with her sister's debut, and the Duke is everywhere. He's a widower now, and the connection between them still exists. But the reason he jilted her still exists, and can still tear them apart.

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August 24, 2022

The Second First Chance by Mona Shroff ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


The Second First Chance
is a big, wonderful, messy love story about family, heartbreak, strength, and courage. It shows us that sometimes what we want is what we least expect and that everything we need is often right in front of us.

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August 23, 2022

Girl, Forgotten by Karin Slaughter ~ an Audiobook Review

by Donna Huber


Andrea Oliver has just graduated from U.S. Marshal Service training and her first case assignment hits pretty close to home. Assigned to protect a judge is just part of her assignment. Her uncle wants her to investigate an unsolved murder from 1982 in hopes of keeping her father behind bars.

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August 22, 2022

Darling by Mercedes M. Yardley ~ a Review

by MK French


Cherry LaRouche left Darling, Louisiana at sixteen, but now is returning after her mother's death. She and her children now live in her childhood home, with whispering walls and something on the roof at night. Evil lives in the town, and several children are murdered. Once Cherry's daughter goes missing, she must confront the truth about Darling.

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August 21, 2022

The School for German Brides by Aimie K. Runyan ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



In this intriguing historical novel, a young woman who is sent to a horrific "bride school" to be molded into the perfect Nazi wife finds her life forever intertwined with a young Jewish woman about to give birth.

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