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In an emotionally rich and captivating new novel, New York Times bestselling author Marie Bostwick reunites three sisters whose deep bond is rooted in an unconventional past.


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"You aren’t going to like me very much."


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A final battle looms and Emberly will need to command all her powers—or watch the world turn to ash….


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He agreed to give her his genes...but didn't expect to lose his heart.


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Meet your new royal obsession in this addictive novel from New York Times bestselling author Tracy Wolff.


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A Snow Country Christmas
by Linda Lael Miller
"A wonderful reunion with the Carson's of Mustang Creek"
Posted September 18, 2017

In A SNOW COUNTRY CHRISTMAS, we are once again transported to a time of absolute bliss. Gorgeous scenery, amazingly endearing characters, and snappy dialog. The Carson's of Mustang Creek has been one of my favorite Linda Lael Miller series Read more...


Wild Ride Cowboy
by Maisey Yates
"Meet some of the best characters."
Posted September 4, 2017

Reading books that contain stories contributed by several authors is fun and great beach reads since invariably each story is about the size of a novella. But even more important is that these books provide a wonderful introduction to authors that may have escaped your notice. It's hard to Read more...


Here Comes the Bride
by Hope Ramsay
"Getting hitched was never funnier."
Posted August 29, 2017

Welcome back to Shenandoah Falls and the Chapel Of Love series. HERE COMES THE BRIDE is book number three in a series that obviously stars brides. It wouldn't be a Hope Ramsay work of art if the characters weren Read more...


Maybe This Summer
by Jennifer Snow
"Masks cannot hide everything in this hockey romance"
Posted August 17, 2017

MAYBE THIS SUMMER by Jennifer Snow is a story about courage -- about getting out from behind a self-imposed mask so to speak. Everyone has something that makes them feel self-conscious and imperfect -- something they would prefer to remain unnoticed by the public -- hence the mask. This mask takes Read more...


Lost and Found Sisters
by Jill Shalvis
"When life opens a new unexpected door, you find love"
Posted August 17, 2017

Okay, so I just finished LOST AND FOUND SISTERS by Jill Shalvis and realized it is book one in her new series based in Wildstone which made me laugh -- and of course do a happy dance. Why do you ask? Well, one of the issues that conflict the main characters Read more...


Dark Horse
by B.J. Daniels
"Book one of a fabulous nail biting crime story unfolds."
Posted August 14, 2017

Welcome to a three book series based on the kidnapping of twin infants that took place twenty five years ago. There's no denying that this baby girl and boy disappeared. There was also a ransom paid. The babies never made it back safely to their home. And candidly the Read more...


Any Dream Will Do
by Debbie Macomber
"Believing in yourself can be the most difficult thing"
Posted August 13, 2017

Yes -- this is a book about having faith -- surely in a higher authority -- but also something closer at hand -- yourself. Often life hands people truly more than they can deal with normally. But then again who said life is supposed to follow a path deemed normal. It would seem that Read more...


Dead Ringer
by B.J. Daniels
"Book number two keeps the mystery alive."
Posted August 7, 2017

Once again B.J. Daniels reminds her fans why she is a go to crime author -- no word is superfluous. In DEAD RINGER B.J. Daniels weaves an intricate crime story complete with spot on dialogue of some really intriguing characters. DEAD RINGER never lets you become complacent. Should always Read more...


The Cowboy and the Doctor
by Eve Gaddy
"A look at when love takes a wrong turn"
Posted August 7, 2017

THE COWBOY AND THE DOCTOR by Eve Gaddy is a combination of a sweet romance, finally finding the one, and a scary tale of revenge escalating day by day. Doctors are by nature nurturing and Samantha's caring nature led her to volunteer at a women's shelter in Texas Read more...


The Playboy Prince and the Nanny
by Donna Alward
"Welcome to Marazur. She's shy but essential"
Posted August 7, 2017

At first glance you might think this may be a rather silly -- just for fun story -- but those that know Donna Alward will realize you should never judge a book by its title. I got THE PLAYBOY PRINCE AND THE NANNY because it's by Donna Alward. I loved it Read more...


Knight On The Texas Plains
by Linda Broday
"Abused spouse looking for redemption and love."
Posted August 3, 2017

For fans of Linda Broday first know that KNIGHT ON THE TEXAS PLAINS was originally published in 2002. It was book #1 of the Texas Heroes series followed by THE COWBOY WHO CAME CALLING. KNIGHT ON THE TEXAS PLAINS is Read more...


Lucky in Love
by Carolyn Brown
"Moral of this story: never call a woman a bitch"
Posted July 31, 2017

First impressions and initial introductions are not what dreams are made of especially in the case of Milli Torres and Beau Luckadeau. First time each was going through an emotional upheaval in their love lives. So as the story goes they met, did it, and at first light separated as Read more...


Together
by Linda Lael Miller
"Love can be found in the most unusual situations."
Posted July 24, 2017

Okay what could be better than a story by Linda Lael Miller. How about five between the covers of her new book TOGETHER. Aptly named don't you think? Pretty sure TOGETHER is a Linda Lael Miller homage to different types of romances. Some born out of circumstances, necessity and Read more...


Million Dollar Cowboy
by Lori Wilde
"Billionaire cowboy truly blindsided in this lovely romance."
Posted July 21, 2017

The Song of the Soul Mate -- according to Granny Blue Alzate the women in her family know their true love if when kissed they hear a humming. Well of course modern women think this is just a bunch of hooey but those with a healthy respect for Native American folklore Read more...


Blackthorne's Bride
by Joan Johnston
"Finally Josie's much awaited story."
Posted July 19, 2017

When seemingly small details spark a memory you can't help but sit back and try to gather your thoughts, kind of produce an image of something that sounds almost familiar. And of course there's a good reason for that in BLACKTHORNE'S BRIDE by Joan Johnston. BLACKTHORNE'S Read more...


The Strawberry Hearts Diner
by Carolyn Brown
"Sweet and satifying romance from the Queen of Texas Romance"
Posted July 19, 2017

Imagine a feel good story about two young woman returning to a small town named Pick. The return of each will have quite an impact on the folks of this small tight community. In addition to this noteworthy event there is the entrance of someone with a sinister plan for Read more...


Wild Horse Springs
by Jodi Thomas
"A truly wonderful read"
Posted July 17, 2017

For some writers love is a little like a country western song, after all the lyrics tell stories, some bittersweet. So when Jodi Thomas describes Sheriff Dan Brigman it seems appropriate to parallel the Toby Keith song "A little less talk and a lot more action." At least that's Read more...


Talk Cowboy to Me
by Carolyn Brown
"The boys against the girls - an even stage for a contest."
Posted July 17, 2017

It's all about what's really important, family, friends, people not things, not possessions. Adele learned that the hard way. Her ex was all about appearances, show, she always had doubts, troubling thoughts about why he had married her. She felt that she didn't fit the bill. Too Read more...


Romeo & Juliet Paper Dolls
by Eileen Rudisill Miller
"Beautiful paper dolls book, great for teaching too!"
Posted July 17, 2017

Every once in a while I'm approached with a request to review something that doesn't quite fit any of my usual genres. I do reviews on many arts and crafts and hobby topics but this recent request made me really put on my thinking cap. Dover Publications added Read more...


Ride A Painted Pony
by Kathleen Eagle
"Getting back on the horse was never so important."
Posted July 17, 2017

Sometimes life is just too unfair -- almost unconscionable and simply terribly sad. What can you do when conditions are unstable and the odds are stacked against you? When there are no good choices -- actually when there are no viable choices at all. Your fate and that of your child is Read more...


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