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Big Girl Panties
by Stephanie Evanovich
"working out never felt this good"
Posted May 18, 2013
Sometimes you start reading a book with preconceived
expectations, well don't rush to judgment over this quite
engaging tale by Stephanie Evanovich. Evanovich provides a
realistic, funny and heartwarming look into the world of
physical training. Expect to laugh out loud especially if,
like me, you are lucky enough Read more...
by Karen Erickson
"steamy sex, engaging dialog this book has it all"
Posted April 23, 2013
The Worth story is continuing and each installment is
totally engaging. Looking for some steamy sex, controversy,
sassy dialog and just plain fun, well look no further than
Karen Erickson's latest installment in her Worth family
series. Each revolves around an overachieving macho brother
sure to steal your heart Read more...
Cowboy's Texas Rescue
by Beth Cornelison
"tough cowboys definitely meets his match"
Posted April 14, 2013
Cornelison's book is about following a life path that
wasn't necessarily something planned or necessarily dreamed
about or planned. Life has a way of throwing a curve ball.
People choose which road to take. This is a lovely tale
about reexamining choices.
Not an auspicious beginning for any Read more...
by Tilly Bagshawe
"not all the drama is behind the scenes in Fame"
Posted April 11, 2013
Fame is an allusive goal -- it's the primary reason people
enter the often intrusive world of entertainment. It could
be considered a reward for a creative piece of work but
often times it seems to be a curse. Think how difficult it
would be to live up to some Read more...
The Wyoming Cowboy
by Rebecca Winters
"watching the sunset was never more amazing"
Posted April 7, 2013
So many things affect our returning soldiers not the least
of it survivor's guilt. Along with a myriad of physical and
emotional issues these men and women have to face an
uncertain future of how they can overcome these problems or
minimally learn to live with them.
This book Read more...
Little Cowgirl On His Doorstep
by Donna Alward
"who better to heal wounded hearts than a little girl"
Posted April 4, 2013
It only takes one indiscriminate event to alter the course
of one's life. Callum had no real interest in the beautiful
woman he wound up in bed with - he was looking for an
escape. He had no reason to feel guilty since the woman
Chrystal shared his desire for Read more...
Sand Castle Bay
by Sherryl Woods
"welcome to Sand Castle Bay and a delightful family that will win your hearts"
Posted March 31, 2013
Fans of Sherryl Woods are just going to love this new
series that revolves around the Castle family. This is the
first of the series which promises to be a winner.
Welcome to Sand Castle Bay and the Castle family who run a
family restaurant in this little town. Cora Read more...
Topsy-Turvy Inside-Out Knit Toys
by Susan B. Anderson
"Beautifully illustrated craft book for novel toys."
Posted March 30, 2013
First may I say this entire book is magical and a delight
to stroll through. The most difficult part is deciding
which topsy-turvy item to start with. Since I couldn't make
the decision on my own I had my personal assistant -- my
granddaughter -- read through this book chock Read more...
Baby out of the Blue
by Rebecca Winters
"love can flourish at the oddest moments"
Posted March 28, 2013
Quite literally a baby did appear out of the blue, a
beautiful baby girl, and from the very first moment Fran
knew she was in love. The fact that she was unable to have
children had already contributed to the end of her first
marriage. Her husband had been aware Read more...
His Callahan Bride's Baby
by Tina Leonard
"love should be the only reason to wed"
Posted March 26, 2013
The goal is simple - win land on Rancho Diablo. So Falcon Callahan
proposes to Taylor Waters. Taylor's too smart to fall for a
proposed marriage missing an important crucial and vital
component - love. Realistically there was no way for there
to be a valid declaration of love, they barely Read more...
Wind Chime Point
by Sherryl Woods
"Two generations find 'perfect' matches"
Posted March 10, 2013
This is Sherryl Woods welcoming us back to Sand Castle Bay
and continue the saga of the Castle sisters and their
wonderful matchmaking grandmother. I know that this is the
story of Gabi Castle and Wade Johnson. But believe me; be
prepared to be swept away with the love story Read more...
by R.C. Ryan
"keeping your heart open can have unexpected rewards"
Posted March 10, 2013
Ryan once again brings us some wonderful characters who
quickly find a way in our heart. There's no denying her
talent in developing great multidimensional personalities
faced with sometimes difficult life changing events. But
what captures my imagination is her inclusion of some
magical moments that can only be Read more...
by Carly Phillips
"welcome back to Serendipity"
Posted February 24, 2013
Nature or nurture. There is always controversy concerning
why we are the way we are. Are we so greatly affected by
our circumstances that we are in a manner shaped like a
clump of clay into the person we become as we age and
mature. Or is our generic material Read more...
by Catherine Anderson
"romantic fantasy done with grace and a touch of blarney"
Posted February 23, 2013
Growing up we all pretend to be something perhaps magical
or mystical. Fairy tales are full of larger than life
fairies after all. Well it seems that in Ireland the Druids
have magical powers or at least they were thought to have
them way back in the 1500's. So Read more...
by Robyn Carr
"he had me at the first whistle"
Posted February 9, 2013
The master of witty smart conversation Carr has once again
struck gold with some very interesting characters whose
varied backgrounds give her so much to work with, there's
never a lull in the action. I just have to fit in an
example. A man admits as a teen the Read more...
by Molly McAdams
"coming out on top after twelve years of abuse"
Posted February 8, 2013
First off I have to admit that I found this a very
courageous look at a tragic problem in our society that
just doesn't go away. Abuse is so rampant on too many
levels to address but McAdams tackles childhood physical
abuse quite aggressively leaving few if any details Read more...
A Real Cowboy
by Sarah M. Anderson
"things are really heating up in Montana"
Posted February 6, 2013
Anyone that lives in or has spent time in New York has to
marvel at a basic way of life there that is markedly
different than in Hollywood. You can walk around some very
normal looking streets and find performers of all levels of
celebrity casually passing by. What's Read more...
The King Next Door
by Maureen Child
"face it you can't plan love"
Posted February 3, 2013
Here's the next story revolving yet another member of the
wealthy prominent successful King family. If you've been
following along on this path with Maureen Child you know
that these men fall hard but before they do the struggle
for freedom is fierce. She pits strong willed men Read more...
The Best Man
by Kristan Higgins
"delightful look at searching for love"
Posted January 31, 2013
She's had enough boy friends; she'd like to have a
boyfriend. Each time she thinks she's found Mr. Right it
turns out he's also looking for his Mr. Right. Gee what's a
girl to do. Dating has really become a complicated deal
and if she Read more...
An Act of Persuasion
by Stephanie Doyle
"running away from love is truly a sign of weakness"
Posted January 27, 2013
First let me say that AN ACT OF PERSUASION introduced me to
Doyle as it was the first book of hers I've ever read. But
let me assure you it won't be my last. This is a truly
amazing story -- yes of course it is a love Read more...