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Read some great books in April...you'll be blooming!

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If this shy electrician finds his spark, he might just be the man she’s always needed.

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The only way he can save her is to help her save herself.

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A new hope…

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...will the secrets they’re keeping from each other tear them apart?

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If only life were as simple as smiling for the camera.

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Silver Springs...where even the hardest hearts can learn to love again.

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You can't run from love...


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How To Tame A Beast in Seven Days
by Kerrelyn Sparks
"Fantasy Paranormal Romance with a Fairy Tale Vibe"
Posted March 7, 2017

Kerrelyn Sparks crafts a gripping premise with this first in her new Embraced series, HOW TO TAME A BEAST IN SEVEN DAYS. Raised as an orphan on a remote island, a mysterious visitor changes Luciana's life. Thrown Read more...

Alien Nation
by Gini Koch
"Strong Series Keeps the Laughter Alive"
Posted January 11, 2017

With cuddly protectors, hand bag of capacious and unusual contents, and of course her iPod loaded with appropriate playlists, the Earth's favorite First Lady takes on another evilly twisted plot that puts the entire planet in danger in Gini Koch's ALIEN NATION. Picking up six weeks after book Read more...

When All The Girls Have Gone
by Jayne Ann Krentz
"Tense, Riveting and Absorbing Mystery Surrounds a Lovely Believable Romance"
Posted January 5, 2017

WHEN ALL THE GIRLS HAVE GONE is a tense, riveting and absorbing mystery surrounding a lovely believable romance. Set in the Pacific Northwest, the weather and geography provide a poignant counterpoint that deepened my enjoyment. Charlotte Sawyer is happily settling into her job as activities director for Rainy Creek Gardens Read more...

A Christmas Bride
by Hope Ramsay
"Happiness is a New Hope Ramsey Series"
Posted January 5, 2017

I was very happy to be chosen to review A CHRISTMAS BRIDE by Hope Ramsay, the first full book in her Chapel of Love series (a prequel, A FAIRYTALE BRIDE was published in June). A new Read more...

Frost Line
by Linda Howard, Linda Jones
"Strength and Passion Collide While Saving a Child"
Posted January 4, 2017

In FROST LINE the power of a young boy's need activates a long-lost magical artifact, drawing Lenna from her changeless world into adventure and danger.

Lenna is the manifestation of the tarot card Strength. She and her fellow manifestations of the Major Arcana inhabit Aeonia, a changeless Read more...

Silk Stalkings
by Diane Vallere
"Highly textured fabric of mystery surrounds book three"
Posted September 11, 2016

In SILK STALKINGS, her third Material Witness mystery, Diane Vallere wraps us in the characters we've grown to love in books one and two (SUEDE TO REST and CRUSHED VELVET, respectively) while celebrating a major cultural facet Read more...

Flight from Mayhem
by Yasmine Galenorn
"When a serial killer targets elderly fae, Shimmer and company take action"
Posted September 11, 2016

FLIGHT FROM MAYHEM, book two in Yasmine Galenorn's new Fly By Night series has Shimmer and company looking into a series of bizarre deaths that could be the work of an Otherworld serial killer. Add Alex's Read more...

Dressed to Kilt
by Hannah Reed
"Charming Glenkillen serves up a great cozy mystery"
Posted September 11, 2016

Eden Elliot is in the midst of writing her second romance novel when her duties as Special Constable in the small Scottish town of Glenkillen complicate her life once again. A mysterious invitation to a whiskey tasting at the locally owned distillery sparks events that reveal personal discoveries that will Read more...

A Dark and Stormy Murder
by Julia Buckley
"Terrific start to a new cozy mystery series"
Posted September 11, 2016

An aspiring author's dreams come true, but what should be the happiest time in her life is tainted with murder. Fresh from grad school, Lena London has a plumb job opportunity fall into her lap. She and her cat, LeStrade, pack up and head to Blue Lake, Indiana to Read more...

Never Resist A Rake
by Mia Marlowe
"Book Two of a Very Enjoyable Historical Series"
Posted June 15, 2015

What is a man to do when he discovers he is a member of the Ton, being pressured by his formerly estranged family to find a most suitable marchioness rather than the simple girl he prefers? Mia Marlowe takes this basic question and creates the very enjoyable NEVER RESIST A Read more...

No Mallets Intended
by Victoria Hamilton
"The fourth book of the Vintage Kitchen Mysteries is just as captivating as the first"
Posted June 9, 2015

In Victoria Hamilton's NO MALLETS INTENDED (Book four in the Vintage Kitchen Mystery series) Jaymie Leighton is making steady progress toward her goal of publishing a vintage cookbook when her job restoring a kitchen in the Queensville Historic Manor has her encountering danger and a dead body Read more...

Garden Of Death
by Chrystle Fiedler
"Intriguing Naturopath-Based Mystery"
Posted May 11, 2015

In GARDEN OF DEATH, Chrystle Fiedler's third Natural Remedies mystery, main character and small business owner Willow McQuade is under fire from disgruntled local business people who are sure she somehow cheated to win a coveted plot of land. Willow is turning the land into an educational Read more...

A School for Unusual Girls
by Kathleen Baldwin
"Deliciously Enticing Start of a New Series"
Posted May 5, 2015

When Georgiana is banished to a strange and dangerous reform school far to the south of England she knows her life as she knew it is over. Her inability to blend in with expected manners in the Ton has finally forced her parents to remove her from polite society and Read more...

A Ghostly Grave
by Tonya Kappes
"Whackadoodle Southern Ghost Mystery, Part Two"
Posted April 11, 2015

For those who like their mysteries like their sweet tea (southern, strong and sugary) Tonya Kappes Ghostly Southern Mysteries will hit the spot. This outing, heroine Emma Lee Raine's 'Funeral Trauma' is no better. Her most recent problem is recently exhumed Chicken Teater whose prize hen Lady Read more...

Dark Heir
by Faith Hunter
"Book Nine in the Jane Yellowrock Series Better Than the First? Yes!"
Posted April 5, 2015

DARK HEIR is the ninth gripping adventure in Faith Hunter's Jane Yellowrock series, and the series is, if anything, gaining steam with each entry. Jane is caught up in rectifying mistakes made in the past, both by Leo the head vamp in New Orleans (and the rest Read more...

Panther Prowling
by Yasmine Galenorn
"Book 17 is Another Strong Entry in the Ongoing Otherworld Series."
Posted February 8, 2015

When you get to book seventeen in a series (in this case, the Otherworld series) you might expect a bit of staleness, but Yasmine Galenorn is too skillful a writer to allow that to happen to one of her beloved worlds. Part of what keeps the series fresh Read more...

I am Sophie Tucker
by Susan Ecker, Lloyd Ecker
"An Utter Delight, The Earthy, Witty Sophie Tucker is Timelessly Entertaining"
Posted February 3, 2015

Earthy, witty with tons of pizzazz, Sophie Tucker was more than an icon, more than in institution; her life encompassed changes in entertainment from Vaudeville to television. Susan and Lloyd Ecker have put together I AM SOPHIE TUCKER, a book based firmly (at least 85% firmly) on research into Sophie Read more...

The Spinner's Book Of Fleece
by Beth Smith
"Highly Detailed Yet Accessible Knowledge on Which Wool to Spin"
Posted January 27, 2015

With a foreword by Deborah Robson who co-wrote one of the most comprehensive books available on breed-specific wools, (The Fleece and Fiber Source Book), Beth Smith's SPINNER'S BOOK OF FLEECE: A Breed-by-Breed Guide to Choosing and Spinning the Perfect Fiber for Every Purpose has Read more...

Knitting Loves Crochet
by Candi Jensen
"Hooks or Needles, This Book Will Satisfy."
Posted January 26, 2015

It is not uncommon to find crochet being used as a small component of a knitted creation, rarer to find knitting used in a similar way on a crochet project. Candi Jensen has written KNITTING LOVES CROCHET, a book of twenty-two designs that do a good job of balancing Read more...

Fermented Vegetables
by Kirsten K. Shockey, Christopher Shockey
"Fermented Vegetables... Not Just For Breakfast"
Posted December 29, 2014

Christopher and Kirsten Shockey have been successfully homesteading in Oregon for more than a decade. Fermented Vegetables sets out to answer the three questions most often raised in the classes they give:
"What are the secrets to making a great batch?
Which veggies play well together in the

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