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Out of rehab and ready for a new start…


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A compelling novel about one woman’s search for the truth.


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Marrying for the baby's sake


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His touch could destroy her...


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To the Stars
by Molly McAdams
"Powerful, compelling and disturbing page turner."
Posted February 9, 2016

Are monsters born that way or do they just happen? How do seemingly ordinary people become monsters? I couldn't help thinking about this the entire time reading TO THE STARS by Molly McAdams. TO THE STARS falls into the New Adult category of books featuring those entering adulthood. Powerful Read more...


The Maverick's Accidental Bride
by Christine Rimmer
"Sometimes love needs a little push."
Posted February 4, 2016

Okay call me a diehard romantic, but I like to think people are meant to be together. I'm not a big believer in coincidence, but I believe in love. There's so much fun going on in THE MAVERICK'S ACCIDENTAL BRIDE it's hard to pick just a Read more...


The Prince's Christmas Vow
by Jennifer Faye
"Seems to be some problem with this royal marriage."
Posted February 3, 2016

You might say it was all a misunderstanding, but that would be like trying to sweep it all under the rug. Life is complicated—love shouldn't be, but it just is sometimes in THE PRINCE'S CHRISTMAS VOW by Jennifer Faye. It seems as if fate is working Read more...


Come Home, Cowboy
by Debbie Macomber, Cathy McDavid
"Welcome back to Mustang Valley."
Posted February 2, 2016

Everyone deserves a second chance at happiness, and in COME HOME, COWBOY Cathy McDavid drives home that point. Bad things happen in life and some drown in their misery. Others rise above their sadness looking for a way to put back meaning in what they perceive as an unlucky life Read more...


Find Her
by Lisa Gardner
"FIND HER is the book everyone is going to be talking about."
Posted February 2, 2016

First and foremost I have to say I've never been more emotionally invested in a story. FIND HER crept into my heart and consciousness and refused to leave. This book is so well written with obvious attention to details and sequences that the author, Lisa Gardner, deserves plaudits for Read more...


The Lawman's Christmas Proposal
by Barbara White Daille
"Pulling out all stops for the girl of his dreams."
Posted January 26, 2016

Welcome to The Hitching Post Hotel—certainly one of the star characters in this yummy family story that just happens to take place during Christmas. THE LAWMAN'S CHRISTMAS PROPOSAL by Barbara White Daille is about love and weddings and of course a little bit of mistletoe Listen you Read more...


Rendezvous In Point Reyes
by Elisabeth Barrett
"Valentines Day as romantic as they come."
Posted January 21, 2016

A long time ago I read a short story I absolutely loved. I kept the authors name in the recess of my mind and when I saw RENDEZVOUS IN POINT REYES by Elisabeth Barrett I was so excited. It was indeed like revisiting an old friend. RENDEZVOUS IN POINT REYES Read more...


A Midnight Clear
by Hope Ramsay
"An angelic lovely tale."
Posted January 20, 2016

Looking for a lovely lighthearted joy of a short story -- look no further than A MIDNIGHT CLEAR by Hope Ramsay. This little gem is a steal and will probably encourage you to seek out more by this wondrous author. A MIDNIGHT CLEAR is a humorous, heartwarming short story that tangles Read more...


Wild Cowboy Ways
by Carolyn Brown
"There is no better authority on cowboys than Carolyn Brown."
Posted January 20, 2016

In WILD COWBOY WAYS Carolyn Brown tackles the age old problem of getting past a bad rap—bad reputation. In this case the big challenge is facing a bachelor cowboy with an eye for the ladies and the ranch he buys. Blake Dawson is a crazy cowboy who bought Read more...


The Cowboy Way
by Linda Lael Miller, Maisey Yates
"Revisit two great stories"
Posted January 19, 2016

Two stories under one cover, a delightful revisit filled with good memories and a reunion with some old friends. The O'Ballivans and Creeds have a long history and relationship with all Linda Lael Miller fans. When I started reading A CREED IN STONE CREEK the first story in THE Read more...


Rustler's Moon
by Jodi Thomas
"Its hard to hide even in plain sight."
Posted January 19, 2016

Once again Jodi Thomas reminds us why her fans adore her. In RUSTLER'S MOON we revisit Crossroads, Texas, meeting some new characters and having a wonderful reunion with those we have met before. There is a lot of history from this small town, and in the Ransom Canyon Read more...


Reunion at Cardwell Ranch
by B.J. Daniels
"Things are not always what they seem."
Posted January 6, 2016

B.J. Daniels has an entire series of books revolving around the Caldwell's and each one showcases another cousin in this amazing family. REUNION AT CARDWELL RANCH is number five in the Caldwell Cousins series, but if we are very lucky it won't be the last Read more...


Everything She Wanted
by Jennifer Ryan
"There is no place to hide from evil..."
Posted December 30, 2015

Sometimes life hands you such a raw deal that it's easy to question your worth, intelligence and expectations. At the hands of an abuser, the victim is fighting for survival. Some people manage to keep their heads above water and if lucky—luck surely plays some part in Read more...


My Kind of Wonderful
by Jill Shalvis
"Life is about reaching for the moon."
Posted December 22, 2015

First and foremost I admit that I greedily nab anything by Jill Shalvis. I review hundreds, if not thousands by now, books by a varied collection of authors, topics and genres. I know what I like, and I covet any and all works by this amazing woman whose stories reach Read more...


Shameless
by Joan Johnston
"The Greyhawk-Flynn feud continues."
Posted December 15, 2015

Ah, the feud lives on -- Greyhawks versus Flynns. Life is good. Well, at least for the readers of this ongoing series by Joan Johnston. The first Bitter Creek novel of the King's Brats series was SINFUL, and it was absolutely sinfully delicious. I couldn't wait for Read more...


Texas Rebels: Quincy
by Linda Warren
"A big, tall rancher gets his heart stolen."
Posted November 24, 2015

Welcome to Horseshoe, where even generations-long feuds take second place to caring for your neighbors. TEXAS REBELS: QUINCY is the latest story in the Texas Rebels series by Linda Warren. Each story centers on a member of this ranching family and their search for the love of Read more...


Forever His Texas Bride
by Linda Broday
"Just have to love these Battle Creek Bachelors."
Posted November 24, 2015

FOREVER HIS TEXAS BRIDE by Linda Broday continues with her Bachelors of Battle Creek series. In FOREVER HIS TEXAS BRIDE we finally get Brett's story. Each of the bachelors has captured my heart and none more than this installment in what is an awesome reminder of Linda Read more...


Her Mistletoe Cowboy
by Marie Ferrarella
"A story that deeply touches the soul."
Posted November 24, 2015

Marie Ferrarella decided to let us see firsthand what good people do. That's basically the ongoing thread throughout HER MISTLETOE COWBOY. In a world where the almighty buck is revered, we enter a little town -- very little -- of Forever. It would be easy to dismiss out of hand the Read more...


A Billionaire Between the Sheets
by Katie Lane
"Sure to bring a smile to your face - a joy from beginning to end."
Posted November 20, 2015

In A BILLIONAIRE BETWEEN THE SHEETS, Katie Lane has outdone herself developing characters who are guaranteed to make you laugh out loud, thanks to the fabulous dialogue and characterization. At times the title of a book seems to be almost frivolous, and so it could cast doubt on the strength Read more...


A Winter Wedding
by Brenda Novak
"Delightful entry into a fabulous series."
Posted November 16, 2015

The only problem with a Brenda Novak book is that it will end. But then you sit back and smile just waiting for the next wondrous story by this very prolific author. A WINTER WEDDING is the ninth book in the Whiskey Creek series that gets better with 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 over seven 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.

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