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Books to enjoy in May! Let your reading blosson!

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A prim bookseller and her hardboiled ghost team up to catch a cunning killer inů


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Welcome to Bushwhack, New Mexico: home to tourists, the great outdoors, and murderů


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Friendship. Second chances. Lots of dogs!


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A secret no one dared whisper...


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In service to His Majesty, one must be prepared for Hell.


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RESCUE: COWBOY STYLE by REBECCA ZANETTI


Michelle Tweedy

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10 comments posted.

Re: 50 Ways to Ruin a Rake (3:44pm May 6, 2015):

Happy Birthday Jade! I'm looking forward to seeing who
ends up with Mellie's heart!

Re: Paper Doll (5:07pm March 25, 2015):

I've been amazingly infatuated before. I love the
intensity and all the excitement which comes along with it.
Makes a girl swoon and I felt like I was going to lose my
mind. I couldn't stop thinking about the person- it
borders on obsession.

Re: One Step Too Far (8:33am March 18, 2015):

I want to know Emily's secret. It must be pretty crazy to
have her leave such a wonderful life. Does she ever
contact those from her past again... Love suspense novels!

Re: Portrait of a Lone Wolf (10:55am March 11, 2015):

I love wolves and shifters so I know this would be
something I like to read. The guy on the cover is hot-
must be that hot guy in the red plaid shirt (I don't know
why the red plaid shirt just did it for me lol). We're
all hurting on some level and just looking for someone
that can understand that pain and whatever is different
about us. Added to TBR.

Re: Past Crimes (4:22pm February 25, 2015):

I think I would like reading anything in the voice of a
nine year old. I would think the language would flow
easily and be very realistic. Interesting to read a book
where you figure out the reasons for someone's actions
are because of their past- makes it easy to see yourself
and sympathize/root for the main character. I look
forward to reading this.

Re: Disarming Detective (4:19pm February 25, 2015):

I like a strong, independent heroine who has insecurities
(so I can relate)but doesn't let them hold her back. One
who makes mistakes but who doesn't let those mistakes stop
her from reaching her goals.

Re: Jack Staples And The City Of Shadows (4:17pm February 25, 2015):

This sounds like it would be perfect for me. I love
reading anything where the hero/heroines have magical
powers... add in a monster or two and I'm in heaven!

Re: At Wolf Ranch (4:15pm February 25, 2015):

They are the epitome of what I think of when it comes to
masculine- manly men that smell like hard work, leather,
horses, a little sweat. They aren't afraid of hard work
and aren't scared to get their hands dirty. I'm quite
enamored with the idea of the cowboy!

Re: Meet Me At The Beach (6:09pm February 24, 2015):

Wow. I've never heard of a husband and wife writing team.
I would think it would work well. Writing can be such a
solitary career it must be great to have someone to bounce
ideas off of and get immediate feedback. We, the readers
benefit in the end!

Re: Forever in My Heart (6:05pm February 24, 2015):

I love stories where the hero has to fight for his love.
This story appears to have lots of depth. Great teasers.
I want to know what his brothers did to make Vicky's
family shun him so much and why doesn't Vicky try to show
her family that Jamie isn't like them? Maybe she does.
Guess I'll have to read to find out. Can't wait to get
into this!

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