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

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Not every match is made in the marriage mart...Some happen when you least expect it.


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Contemporary romance set in Seattle's Pioneer Square.


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MYSTERY PICK OF THE MONTH! –Library Journal (Starred Review)


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Journey to an irresistible town you’ll want to return to over and over again.


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She was the last woman he wanted in his life. . .and the one he needed the most.


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Romantic Times says The Bride Next Door “is a laugh out-loud, play-on-words dramathon…”


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Pursued by a dangerous terrorist, U.S. Deputy Marshal Casey Sloane, along with two other Marshals, put their lives on the line to deliver a federal witness to the FBI.


Reviews

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As You Wish
by Jude Deveraux
"Jude Devereux teaches you to live up to your expectations instead of others in this thought-provoking book!"
Posted April 26, 2018

Stories should take you to another place. Not necessarily foreign or mythical, but out of your own conscious world or comfort zone so to speak. Can't think of another author that does that as well as Jude Deveraux. Her list of engaging novels speaks to her innate talent. Her Read more...


Beauty and the Beast Origami
by Pasquale D'Auria
"Beloved fairy tale now in origami!"
Posted April 20, 2018

Let me begin by saying that BEAUTY AND THE BEAST ORIGAMI by Pasquale D'Auria is by far the best choice of a gift for any occasion. This is an exquisite story book that encourages the reader to participate with a collection of wonderfully constructed origami characters and structures that Read more...


Rugged Texas Cowboy
by Lora Leigh
"A case of mistaken identity has never been steamier."
Posted April 5, 2018

Hot, sexy cowboys infused with charm and muscles. Well that just about covers RUGGED TEXAS COWBOY by Lora Leigh that manages to heat up the pages with take-no-prisoners sex between two, albeit at times reluctant, consenting adults. It's almost as if these characters need to let off Read more...


Beautiful Lawman
by Sophie Jordan
"Hot and Steamy and Lovely."
Posted April 5, 2018

If hot and steamy is to your liking, then grab a copy of BEAUTIFUL LAWMAN by Sophie Jordan but only if you have time to read -- uninterrupted. Yep. BEAUTIFUL LAWMAN is one of those stories that need to be read in one setting -- or close to it. Characters are eclectic Read more...


Mornings on Main
by Jodi Thomas
"Beautiful story about finding a life."
Posted April 4, 2018

MORNINGS ON MAIN is about connecting with people and the symbolism of the story is awe inspiring. My granddaughter taught me that awesome means big. So I am going to use awesome as the best descriptive word I can think of for MORNINGS ON MAIN by Jodi Thomas. People are Read more...


Before I Let You Go
by Kelly Rimmer
"A truly compelling story."
Posted April 4, 2018

Kelly Rimmer has absolutely outdone herself in her newest groundbreaking story -- strongly worded, cautionary and honest to a fault. BEFORE I LET YOU GO is raw and unerringly truthful. Do not expect to put this book down until you get to the very last page. BEFORE I LET YOU GO Read more...


You Say It First
by Susan Mallery
"Welcome to Happily Inc a haven for brides and grooms."
Posted March 30, 2018

Once again Susan Mallery tackles the age-old problem of children at odds with their parents. In the case of YOU SAY IT FIRST it's apparent that it doesn't really matter how old you are, your life is still under the influence of your parents. If they are Read more...


Surrender
by Joan Johnston
"Overload of hot stuff in the next Bitter Creek story."
Posted March 24, 2018

SURRENDER is an action packed drama that actually showcases more than one story, each wondrously linked and well written as is to be expected by Joan Johnston. Before we even begin to talk about SURRENDER make sure to look for all books in this Read more...


Cupid, Texas: How the Cowboy Was Won
by Lori Wilde
"Fabulous meeting two great characters."
Posted March 22, 2018

Love is such a mysterious phenomenon that it defies logic when trying to describe or define it. For some authors it seems linked with lust and hot dreams. For others it is deeper and truly lovelier, no pun intended. Lori Wilde in CUPID TEXAS: HOW THE COWBOY WAS WON has Read more...


Hero's Return
by B.J. Daniels
"Crime novel disguised as a romance, a perfect read"
Posted March 16, 2018

BJ Daniels brings us back to Montana and the Cahill family. We've known that the Cahill son and brother Tucker has been missing from the picture for twenty years and now in HERO'S RETURN we get the scoop Read more...


No Easy Target
by Iris Johansen
"Margaret is no Dr. Dolittle but pretty close."
Posted March 13, 2018

Iris Johansen has created some truly awesome and memorable characters and she very skillfully integrates some of them, her favorites perhaps in many books. Eve Duncan, forensic sculptor, is one of my favorites Iris Johansen characters and I proudly admit to not missing any of her stories. At first, I Read more...


The Cowboy Who Came Calling
by Linda Broday
"If you missed this series, now's your chance!"
Posted March 13, 2018

If ever there was a stubborn character, Glory Ann Day would have to be the most perfect example. She is in parts cantankerous and other parts loving, especially to her family. Glory is, in short, a very hard working young woman with the weight of the world on her shoulders Read more...


Spring Forward
by Catherine Anderson
"Fabulous addition to the wondrous Mystic Creek series."
Posted March 11, 2018

You know there are times when you don't know whether to laugh or cry. Well be prepared to do both reading SPRING FORWARD -- the latest -- number four in the Mystic Creek series by Catherine Anderson. Catherine Anderson has a Read more...


The Woman Left Behind
by Linda Howard
"Importance of teamwork."
Posted March 7, 2018

Just what the heck is Special Ops! They are definitely military at least in organization, training, and structure. But, then again they are not military in that they are behind the curtain -- working in the fog -- trained men and women. For the most part it reminds me of Mission Impossible Read more...


True to You
by Jennifer Ryan
"Another amazing run-for-your-life story."
Posted March 1, 2018

When you are a book reviewer it is an uneasy decision to delve into a series. There are many obstacles to consider including what part of the story will be missing if all the books in the series are not read or perhaps read out of order. Well that's Read more...


Right Behind You
by Lisa Gardner
"Excellent crime who-dun-it."
Posted February 18, 2018

Holy cow, my head is still reeling after reading this powerful story by Lisa Gardner. Now just for transparency sake, I had a feeling I would like Gardner's new book RIGHT BEHIND YOU. However like is just not a strong enough assessment. RIGHT BEHIND YOU generates a lot of Read more...


Look for Me
by Lisa Gardner
"Inside look into the world of foster care."
Posted February 10, 2018

"Have you met my good friend Maria -- the craziest girl on the block, you know her the minute you see her -- she's the one who's in an advanced stage of shock" excerpted from West Side Story I Feel Pretty -- for those that don't recognize these lyrics. I Read more...


Snowbound with an Heiress
by Jennifer Faye
"Perfect setting for a romantic tale."
Posted January 29, 2018

The greatest enemy to a public figure seems to be the media. We all know stories about the invasive techniques of the paparazzi. What they will do to get that photo, well the tales are legendary and at times tragic. News writers, journalists are perhaps just as guilty in their Read more...


Rough Rider
by B.J. Daniels
"Is it possible that the last missing twin is still alive?"
Posted January 29, 2018

ROUGH RIDER is the third and final entry that takes place in Whitehorse Montana with an intriguing cast of characters compliments of B.J. Daniels. Daniels obviously had a great deal of fun with this series. ROUGH RIDER brings a Read more...


Maybe This Christmas
by Jennifer Snow
"Tough trying to score a win off the ice."
Posted January 29, 2018

Sometimes an event that knocks you on your butt, off your feet or in this case ice skates, can turn into an enlightening time. A time to take stock of your life and perhaps offer an uninvited, unexpected look into your future. I like to call this your new normal Read more...


Sandra Wurman


An avid reader for all my life and reading is one of my passions. I’ve been an independent reviewer for several years now and have covered just about every genre from a vast number of publishers and authors. Another perk of reviewing is getting a first glimpse of new and upcoming works from talented authors. As a reviewer I have had the fortune to meet new authors and become reacquainted with some tried and true ones. One of the most rewarding aspects of reviewing is having your work acknowledged by authors and/or publishers. The inclusion of one of my reviews on a book jacket or on an author’s website is a supreme compliment and always appreciated. With the advent and broad adoption of the e-reader the scope of available works to be reviewed has increased exponentially making the job of the reviewer ever more challenging as the selection of works becomes vast beyond belief. My goal is simple – to deliver a fair and honest review. I take this very seriously as I respect my readers and they can depend on my appraisal of fiction as well as various crafts and cooking. My main focus is fiction but occasionally something from another genre catches my eye. Reviews 
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