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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...

February 18, 2023

Hideaway at Silver Lake by Jennifer Greene ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


A poignantly emotional story about the joys—and frustrations—of family, sisters, and self-discovery.
Hideaway at Silver Lake is the first book in Jennifer Greene's new series Snowflake Sisters.  Poppy is the oldest of the three sisters and this is her story about finding her happily ever after when she wasn't really looking for it.

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February 17, 2023

Primer and Punishment by Diane Kelly ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Whitney and her cousin Buck flip houses. With the housing market so tight, Buck decided they should try their hand at renovating a houseboat. The man living in the boat in the slip next to theirs is going through a divorce and has an injury that keeps him from working. While Whitney and Buck try to be neighborly, Grant isn't good with boundaries. When his boat blows up there are plenty of suspects and quite a few confess to doing it. Can Whitney sort through the motives and false confessions to discover the true culprit?

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February 16, 2023

The Scarlet Circus by Jane Yolen ~ a Review

by MK French


The Scarlet Circus
is the third volume in Jane Yolen's circus series of short story collections, with an introduction from Brandon Sanderson and Jane Yolen herself. Here, the focus is on romance, love, and connecting with others. Previous volumes include The Midnight Circus (my review here) and the related How To Fracture A Fairy Tale (my review here).

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February 15, 2023

The Maid of Ballymacool by Jennifer Deibel ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


The Maid of Ballymacool
is a Cinderella story set in Ireland in the 1930s.  Ireland at this time was still a very class-orientated society and the upper class rarely mixed with the people who were below them on the economic scale.  In this story, love was more important than class or occupation and after many problems, the two main characters got their happily-ever-after ending.

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February 14, 2023

Take the Lead by Alexis Daria ~ a Review

by MK French


Gina Morales never made it to the finals on the reality show The Dance Off, but Stone Nielson, the sexy star of an Alaskan wilderness show, could be her chance. Her producer makes it clear they’re being set up for a showmance, and the two genuinely are attracted to each other. Stone will endure a lot for the show, and fears revealing his family's secrets. Tabloids explode with their smoldering romance, threatening everything. Will they choose fame and fortune, or let love take the lead?

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February 13, 2023

That Summer in Berlin by Lecia Cornwall ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Hilter is in power and the European elite are trying to establish alliances through marriage, as they have been doing for centuries. Germany is hosting the Olympics and the world is watching. Julia is invited by her Godfather to visit Berlin for the Games and her half-sister Viviane is sent as a chaperone. Viviane's mother is hoping that Viviane will find a husband as she ended her engagement without giving a reason. Viviane doesn't want to go as she has already seen how dangerous Fascism can be. But when called upon to use her photography skills to capture images of important targets (factories, soldiers, etc). Now that is something she is more than happy to do.

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February 12, 2023

Breaking All the Rules by Amy Andrews ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts 


Sometimes you gotta toss your whole life into a burning dumpster to find what’s most important...

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