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Hot romance, blistering suspense in July

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From Shadow Warrior...to hostage

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A win-win negotiation?

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Sometimes falling in love means going through the worst kind hell

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Her lifelong search for home might be closer than she thinks!

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An Inside Out Novella in Mark's POV

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Texas Hot Zone Boxed set

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The guy from the wrong side of the tracks...

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She's going to break all of his rules...

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Is she a victim or a terrorist?


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Cop Town
by Karin Slaughter
"No holds barred"
Posted July 16, 2014

Karin Slaughter's new book COP TOWN takes place in Atlanta in 1974. It's important to understand that so you are ready for an assault on your senses. Slaughter reminds us of a time when abuse of authority regularly takes place in many cities. Scary when you think of Read more...

Against the Wild
by Kat Martin
"not only the eagles soar in Alaska"
Posted July 14, 2014

AGAINST THE WILD by Kat Martin takes place in one of the most fascinating states I've ever visited Alaska. There is something so earthy and real about a place that faces the most horrific winters but looks forward to amazingly beautiful summers. Kat Martin is the master of setting Read more...

How to Make a Quilt
by Barbara Weiland Talbert
"a simple step by step toward quilting"
Posted June 30, 2014

I am a knitter and crocheter at heart but I've done several needlepoint projects too. I'm proud of all the costumes and linen items made on my trusty sewing machine but candidly I've always wanted to quilt. Not sure I would ever progress to making a full Read more...

Comfort Crocheted Afghans
by Norah Gaughan, Margery Winter
"short and sweet three beautiful patterns"
Posted June 27, 2014

First let me qualify my review to say that this is a sampler showcase of three afghan projects some that will appear in the larger version that had fifty patterns (knit and crochet). I usually gauge the worth of a craft book based on how many items catch my eye Read more...

Up to Me
by Christi Barth
"Paradise with an Expiration Date"
Posted June 27, 2014

For those of you--like myself--that are unfamiliar with Christi Barth waste no time in getting UP TO ME, the first book in her Shore Secrets Trilogy. It's sure to whet your appetite for more. I didn't realize until finishing this wonderful story there were Read more...

The Texan's Cowgirl Bride
by Trish Milburn
"everyone needs someone to lean on"
Posted June 26, 2014

Welcome back -- now it's Trish Milburn's chance to share a story she calls THE TEXAN'S COWGIRL BRIDE. THE TEXAN'S COWGIRL BRIDE is book number three in the series about the Baron family written by different authors. Don't worry if you've missed any -- each story Read more...

The Texan's Baby
by Donna Alward
"everyone needs to learn to trust"
Posted June 24, 2014

Hey who doesn't love a strong cowboy. Donna Alward knows that characters need a strong backbone. In THE TEXAN'S BABY Alward combines strength with caring an enviable combination. Alward gives her characters lovable personalities so that you can't help feel their angst. Joyous dialog and unerring humor Read more...

How to Crochet
by Sara Delaney
"excellent how-to book for any crafter's shelf"
Posted June 21, 2014

I found HOW TO CROCHET more like a how to for someone just starting to crochet. Sara Delaney though has a very unique way to teach crochet. Delaney's goal is to make the crafter new to crochet comfortable with needles, yarns and patterns. A primer of sorts. Delaney recognizes Read more...

The Promise
by Robyn Carr
"The Last Thing They Were Looking for Was Love"
Posted June 16, 2014

I promise you will not be disappointed by the latest installment of fabulous stories rooted in a small town of Thunder Point. Have I made myself absolutely clear on that? THE PROMISE by Robyn Carr is about people making commitments to things that are important and vital. Money Read more...

Rodeo Rebel
by Donna Alward
"Welcome to a new series starring the Texas Rodeo Barons"
Posted June 15, 2014

RODEO REBEL is actually a prequel to a new series about a family -- the Texas Rodeo Barons -- who are a group of siblings whose lives revolve around rodeo which is a scary, competitive and extremely risky career path -- certainly not one to enter into lightly. These risk takers Read more...

The Black Sheep Inheritence
by Maureen Child
"it's all about love"
Posted June 8, 2014

THE BLACK SHEEP INHERITANCE by Maureen Child is part of her Dynasties: The Lassiters series. Child makes it her business to keep these larger than life characters as real as possible imbibing them with flaws and emotions. Each Lassiter novel stars another member of this powerful family but Read more...

For All Time
by Jude Deveraux
"be prepared to be swept off your feet"
Posted June 8, 2014

Once again Jude Deveraux takes us to a place dreams are made. FOR ALL TIME transports you to another possible to believe reality and has two worlds connect seamlessly although centuries apart -- years seem to melt away. We meet up with more family members from Deveraux Taggert/Montgomery families much Read more...

Caught Up In You
by Beth Andrews
"strong silent type grabs your heart"
Posted May 25, 2014

In CAUGHT UP IN YOU Beth Andrews continues her love affair with the Montesano family of Shady Grove. This time she decides it's time for us to get to know Eddie Montesano. Strong silent Eddie who may just be the most complex member of this hard working Read more...

A Promise of More
by Bronwen Evans
"Anything but love will do"
Posted May 15, 2014

After reading A Kiss Of Lies I immediately sought out the next book in this amazing series to see when it would become available. I am happy to announce that A PROMISE OF MORE definitely matches it title. I have found you can never get enough of Bronwen Evans. Her Read more...

Waiting On You
by Kristan Higgins
"touching delightful romance"
Posted May 11, 2014

Short and simple -- WAITING ON YOU by Kristan Higgins touches my heart and reaches right into my soul to give me some of my best reading moments. I could pretty much say the same about any of the Higgins books I've been delighted to read and add to my Read more...

Talk of the Town
by Beth Andrews
"Andrews shot a winning goal with this story"
Posted May 11, 2014

To qualify for a RWA award a book needs to develop a romantic relationship and end optimistically. TALK OF THE TOWN certainly meets these guidelines. But in my estimation it met and surpassed some of my own personal standards. This is a delightful visit to an east coast town where Read more...

Love With A Perfect Cowboy
by Lori Wilde
"modern day family feud romance done with panache"
Posted May 8, 2014

No such thing as perfect in life or love. It just isn't a possibility. So we look for what suits and hopefully fills our hearts with joy. That's what LOVE WITH A PERFECT COWBOY does. It is a heartbreakingly warm, witty and wonderful story filled with dreams and Read more...

Rescue at Cardwell Ranch
by B.J. Daniels
"Romance and intrigue times two"
Posted May 4, 2014

Actually two books/stories in one including RESCUE AT CARDWELL RANCH part of Cardwell Cousins series dated 2014 and Wanted Woman part of Cascades Concealed series dated 2004. Poetic license or should I say reviewers license because I would like to start with the second story in this Read more...

The Marriage Pact
by Linda Lael Miller
"Three Bridesmaids Who Have Their Sights Set Higher"
Posted April 30, 2014

THE MARRIAGE PACT is the first book in a new contemporary western romance centered on the brides of Bliss County by one of my favorite authors, Linda Lael Miller. The bride books are about three lifelong friends Hadleigh, Melody and Bex. Ten years before Hadleigh was all set to have Read more...

Love With A Perfect Cowboy
by Lori Wilde
"A Modern Day Romeo and Juliet"
Posted April 29, 2014

There is no such thing as perfect in life or love. It just isn't a possibility. So we look for what suits and hopefully fills our hearts with joy. That's what LOVE WITH A PERFECT COWBOY does. It is a heartbreakingly warm, witty, and wonderful story filled with Read more...

Sandra Wurman

An avid reader for all my life and reading is one of my passions. Iíve 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 authorís 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 Ė 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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