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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 25, 2023

Welcome Me to the Kingdom by Mai Nardone ~ a Review

by MK French


The devastating financial crisis of 1997 is the pivot point for three families in Thailand. One is an Elvis impersonator and his only daughter, one family is abandoned by their white American father when the economy isn't as easy as he thought it would be, and one is a brotherhood of orphaned boys struggling to reach a better life. Sex tourism and Buddhist cults complicate the landscape and opportunities for people caught in an endless cycle dictated by the class they were born in.

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February 24, 2023

No More Trilogy by Kerry Lonsdale ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


I've read every book that Kerry Lonsdale has written and she just keeps getting better. Her latest trilogy is no exception. If you haven't picked it up yet or like to binge-read series, then now is a great time to start this series as book 3 comes out in March. (If you are a Kindle Unlimited subscriber, you can read the books for free) I'm including my reviews of the first two books in case you missed them when they were originally published and want to know more about the first two books.


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February 23, 2023

The Control Problem by Norah Woodsey ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Vera was orphaned after she was in a car accident with her parents. The accident left her without any memory of her past. Her only remaining family is her cousin Jennifer. But what if it wasn't an accident that wiped her memory? 

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February 22, 2023

An Enemy Like Me by Teri M. Brown ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts 


"War.  It was such an ugly word.  Small but powerful.  These three letters pitted nation against nation, men against men.  But from her vantage point, war did something far worse.  It trapped men between the love of their country and the love of their family, their wives, and their children.  How was a good man, a man with strong values, supposed to choose between the freedom of his country and the love of his family, in particular, when it appeared one couldn't exist without the other."
(chapter 20)

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February 21, 2023

Night Flight to Paris by Cara Black ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Kate Rees became a top-notch sharpshooter on her father's ranch in Oregon. When WWII breaks out, she hopes she can get a job training marksmen. But when her husband and daughter are killed in a German air raid, all she wants is to get revenge - kill as many Germans as possible. A secret branch of the British military can use someone with her skills and soon she finds herself involved in clandestine missions.

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February 20, 2023

Nocturne by Alyssa Wees ~ a Review

by MK French


In 1930s Chicago, Grace Dragotta settled on ballet as her emotional home when orphaned in the Great War. Becoming the Near North Company's prima ballerina took sacrifices, including losing her best friend. But getting Master La Rosa as her personal patron opens her world wider. As Grace uncovers the Master's secrets, she finds beauty, truth, and that there might be another way to achieve the resplendent world she always longed for.

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February 19, 2023

Where Darkness Blooms by Andrea Hannah ~ a Review

by MK French


The town of Bishop is officially known for its windstorms and endless fields of sunflowers, but women go missing there all the time. When three more women go missing, their daughters are left alone until secrets are revealed at their memorial. Delilah wants to move on and live with her boyfriend even though she can't stand his touch. Whitney lost her mother and girlfriend, so she clings to a weathervane. Whitney's twin Jude would rather forget everything, but her fling with Delilah's boyfriend is revealed. Bo just wants the truth about what happened to their mothers. Bishop is a quiet little town founded on blood, and now it wants theirs.

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