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Romance and adventure. Passion and revenge. Blood Moon.

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Asritakalpalateeka. Revelations.. the tree with 12 kinds of fruit.

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Someone is trying to kill the Earl of Merton

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She thought she had it all figured out.

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Four bestselling authors create joyous romance around the Thanksgiving holiday

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14 heartwarming Amish Christmas stories from 14 of your favorite Amish authors.

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A secret no one dared whisper…


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Home for the Holidays
by Sara Richardson
"It's time for Christmas cheer and a reality check for these sisters."
Posted November 19, 2020

Families are wonderful. Families are difficult. Families are usually worth it. Well, sometimes life puts up roadblocks to actually see family as a guiding light. Such is the case in HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS by Sara Richardson. Siblings sometimes just Read more...

This Cowboy of Mine
by R.C. Ryan
"Learning to be a team is going to be a challenge. . ."
Posted November 19, 2020

THIS COWBOY OF MINE by R.C. Ryan is book two in the Wranglers of Wyoming series. Be assured that each book in this series stands alone on its own merit but revisiting favorite characters is a plus Read more...

Once Upon a Mail Order Bride
by Linda Broday
"An awesome culmination to a great western romance series!"
Posted November 12, 2020

What can I say? I am a sucker for stories that feature mail order brides. I find the entire concept rather fascinating and am amazed that this procedure actually existed as close as a century ago. Women have always exhibited their own sense of strength in dealing with some Read more...

Blue Sky Cowboy Christmas
by Joanne Kennedy
"Two people come together against the demons of their pasts. . ."
Posted October 29, 2020

There are all types of damaged creatures: animals and humans alike who are all trying to do their best to appear normal and functioning while dealing with the aftermath of accidents, abuse, addiction, or war. The damage can manifest itself in many ways, and in Read more...

Wyoming True
by Diana Palmer
"Fun read done in Diana Palmer's signature fashion"
Posted October 29, 2020

I have a confession to make. I am a glutton for happy endings, cowboys, ranchers, and love stories and Diana Palmer never disappoints. WYOMING TRUE is the latest book I read and reviewed by this prolific author.

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The Christmas Backup Plan
by Lori Wilde
"Love is at the heart of any relationship"
Posted October 22, 2020

A charming visit to two of our favorite Lori Wilde destinations: Cupid and Twilight, Texas, of course. And since THE BACKUP CHRISTMAS PLAN is part of the Twilight, Texas series, our Read more...

The Cowboy Who Saved Christmas
by Jodi Thomas
"A joyous holiday book"
Posted October 22, 2020

What could be better than a Christmas story? Well, how about three done to perfection by some really wonderful authors? That's exactly what you get in THE COWBOY WHO SAVED CHRISTMAS, the new holiday collection from Jodi Thomas, Sharla Read more...

Claiming the Rancher's Heir & Rancher's Wild Secret
by Maisey Yates
"Is it true opposites attract?"
Posted October 22, 2020

Maisey Yates is at her absolute best. It’s hard to top your own creative art but in the latest installment in the Gold Valley Vineyards series, Maisey Yates does just that. The positive-negative charge between her two Read more...

Silver Creek Fire
by Lindsay McKenna
"A lovely, romantic tale... interesting introduction to a new series!"
Posted October 15, 2020

SILVER CREEK FIRE is the first book in a new series by Lindsay McKenna. As usual, Lindsay McKenna leads us down a path that is laden with twists and turns at unexpected times. Read more...

Scandal and the Runaway Bride
by Donna Alward
"Love triangle of the rich and famous"
Posted October 15, 2020

What’s a girl supposed to do when she realizes that even the deal of the century isn’t enough to compensate for the absence of love and passion? Well, in Gabi's case, she runs. But it was a timing thing in Read more...

A California Christmas
by Brenda Novak
"Holiday season provides the backdrop for an engaging drama."
Posted October 13, 2020

A CALIFORNIA CHRISTMAS by Brenda Novak is a story about hope, forgiveness and humility all rolled up in one holiday book. A CALIFORNIA CHRISTMAS takes place in Silver Springs a wondrous place for those that need healing. The New Horizons is a school started by Aiyana a couple of Read more...

The Last Christmas Cowboy
by Maisey Yates
"Christmas is a good time to realize your dreams"
Posted October 7, 2020

Many stories in the Gold Valley series centered on a unique family made up of orphans and other displaced children and teenagers. The core group of siblings lost their parents in an accident. Gone in a flash and life for Read more...

Return to Virgin River
by Robyn Carr
"Virgin River continues to captivate your mind and heart"
Posted October 7, 2020

I don’t know about you but I would never pass up the chance to read and review anything by Robyn Carr. My relationship with this very prolific, creative, and talented writer began years ago and is still going strong. In Read more...

Colton First Responder
by Linda O. Johnston
"The drama continues in the next book in the Coltons of Mustang Valley"
Posted October 5, 2020

A first responder’s job is to evaluate the situation, access possible problems, accessibility to the injured and finally act on their instincts. Grayson Colton’s instincts were finely honed. As a wilderness guide he learned to scour an area for plausible escapes, wildlife and survival essentials Read more...

Deep in the Alaskan Woods
by Karen Harper
"Good introduction to new Alaska Wild series"
Posted October 5, 2020

Have you ever been to Alaska? The best trip that I list when someone is looking for suggestions. Eye-opening to say the least. And DEEP IN THE ALASKAN WOODS is written with an eye on reality. Living and working in Alaska takes more grit and skill than most Read more...

Happily This Christmas
by Susan Mallery
"Delightfully festive visit to Happily Inc!"
Posted October 1, 2020

Always expect to be entertained by Susan Mallery. Her books remind me that life is about changes both good and bad and sometimes very challenging. But never forget the humor factor of life. And in HAPPILY THIS CHRISTMAS Susan Mallery Read more...

A Little Country Christmas
by Rochelle Alers, Carolyn Brown, A.J. Pine, Hope Ramsay
"Sometimes you have to rediscover the joy of the season."
Posted September 17, 2020

It simply wouldn’t be Christmas without some wonderful message of peace, love, and harmony, and A LITTLE COUNTRY CHRISTMAS encapsulates the talents of Carolyn Brown, Rochelle Alers, Hope Ramsay, and A.J. Pine into one heartwarming book. Needless Read more...

Chance of a Lifetime
by Jude Deveraux, Tara Sheets
"Love transends centuries in this newest marvel"
Posted September 14, 2020

Imagine meeting someone in the present and experiencing déjà vu with every passing glance or look. Jude Deveraux has once again presented us, very fortunate readers, with an amazing adventure in time travel. Well, sort of travel more like lifetimes. Nobody does it better.


Chance of a Lifetime
by Jude Deveraux, Tara Sheets
"Time travel romance at it's best!"
Posted September 3, 2020

Imagine meeting someone in the present and experiencing deja vu with every passing glance or look. Jude Deveraux, writing with Tara Sheets, has once again presented us very fortunate readers with an amazing adventure in time travel.  And nobody does it better. 


Just His Luck
by B.J. Daniels
"jaw dropping conclusion to a fabulous series"
Posted August 22, 2020

Leave it to B.J. Daniels to concoct a murder, sinister and creepy, with details that strike immediately. A crime novel where the cast of suspects is huge. The high school tenth year reunion is being planned by the very people whom newly elected sheriff Lizzy Conners lists as 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 several 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. Reviews 
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Re: Heartache Falls (11:34am April 28, 2011):

Okay I'm hooked - definitely have three more books to add to my must read list. Dogs love us unconditionally - you can't really say that about anyone or anything else. My Maxwell will always have a special place in our hearts along with our Coco and Shani. Now we have a rescue grand doggie Annie who loves her little girl sooo much.

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