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No matter what fate had decreed, they belonged together.

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Hiking the Kindling National Forest is a birthday tradition for the Sullivan siblings—pitching camp, roasting s’mores… a dead body?

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A slow burn has a super protective, super hot alpha male who will stop at nothing to protect his girl.

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Two can play at this spying game.

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Some curses aren’t meant to be broken . . .


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Courage Under Fire
by Lindsay McKenna
"Being cautious is second nature to the two lead characters"
Posted February 23, 2021

Working with nature, bees, birds, animals requires a certain sensibility. Understanding connections between species and their environment, natural or otherwise is essential to the wellbeing of everything. So in COURAGE UNDER FIRE Lindsay McKenna first sets the stage by teaching us how awareness of our surroundings is imperative to Read more...

The Keepsake Sisters
by Lori Wilde
"Twins' lives forever changed in a matter of moments"
Posted February 18, 2021

Lori Wilde has a gift and if ever in doubt of what that means then just read THE KEEPSAKE SISTERS, her newest novel. Lori Wilde has written several wonderfully enjoyable series--and standalone titles--that range from cowboys to CEOs Read more...

From the Shadows
by B.J. Daniels
"Riveting murder mystery"
Posted February 11, 2021

I truly can’t figure out B.J. Daniels does it. . . FROM THE SHADOWS begins with a rather benign introduction to a man spending time in an empty, abandoned-looking hotel that is known for ghosts. Yes, you read Read more...

Two's Company
by Jill Mansell
"Plain honest truth - nothing is perfect."
Posted January 25, 2021

Ah, young love – how can you not get sucked right in. Needless to say, that was the intention of Jill Mansell when she penned TWO’S COMPANY. Anyone who ever had a young teenage love will be swept away into the romance of a lifetime of Cass Read more...

Cowboy Courage
by Carolyn Brown
"Taking a chance on love certainly does take courage"
Posted January 21, 2021

Talk about roadblocks. Two people have never encountered as many hurdles. Each character has a preconceived notion about what their future holds but in COWBOY COURAGE, they both are going to have to take a good hard look at those Read more...

Things We Didn't Say
by Amy Lynn Green
"Creative method of telling an important story"
Posted January 19, 2021

It’s not very often we meet a character that make you grind your teeth. It is rather difficult to say whether or not you will even like this character but the story is compelling as you look through her eyes. Perhaps that is the author’s Read more...

My Kind of Cowboy
by R.C. Ryan
"First book in the Wranglers of Wyoming saga"
Posted January 14, 2021

MY KIND OF COWBOY is actually book one in R.C. Ryan’s Wranglers of Wyoming series. Needless to mention I am reading this series out of order which often happens to me. I read and reviewed Read more...

by B.J. Daniels
"Page by page this crime gets more complex"
Posted January 14, 2021

Thorn Grayson had respect for Judge W.T. Landusky but even more gratitude. When it came to life altering events the Judge had been the one to take a chance on a rebellious teen. If and when the Judge ever needed anything there was no doubt in Thorn&rsquo Read more...

The Enticing of Miss Standish
by Julia Justiss
"Historical romance done to perfection"
Posted January 14, 2021

An intriguing topic forms the core of THE ENTICING OF MISS STANDISH by Julia Justiss. In this story, Julia Justiss reminds us of society just over one hundred years or so ago. In England, the class structure was alive and well. A lady of twenty-three was considered over Read more...

Calder Brand
by Janet Dailey
"Candid illustration of life in the 1800s."
Posted January 4, 2021

CALDER BRAND is a story based on revenge. Life on the open range on cattle drives is steeped in all sorts of danger. Getting fat cattle to market is the difference between survival or collapse of a ranch. You know that expression – it isn’t personal its Read more...

Unforgettable You
by Brenda Novak
"Most impactful story of Silver Springs series"
Posted January 4, 2021

Probably the most impactful story in the Silver Springs series. All the previous stories have done a great job of introducing success stories due to the efforts of the New Horizons Boys Ranch and there have been many thanks to Read more...

Until You Loved Me
by Brenda Novak
"Great characters make for an amazing story"
Posted January 4, 2021

I don’t know how I have time for anything other than reading when there’s a new book out by Brenda Novak. I truly covet each and every story by this amazing talent. Every book so far in the Read more...

Bargello Needlepoint
by Laura Angell, Lynsey Angell
"Designs to whet your appetite"
Posted January 4, 2021

Bargello needlepoint was very popular around the 1960s and 1970s. It was chock full of colorful geometric designs that when worked on canvas produced beautiful fabrics that could be used to make hanging art or décor pieces. What I always loved about Bargello is its ability to Read more...

Creative Haven Autumn Inspirations Color by Number
by George Toufexis
"Gorgeous color by number art book"
Posted January 4, 2021

Gorgeous, simply gorgeous pictures to be completed using color pencils. AUTUMN INSPIRATIONS by George Toufexis is filled with forty-six illustrations on individual perforated pages ready to be colored in preferably using hard colored pencils and then framed for display if desired. The illustrations are just beautiful and highly Read more...

No Holding Back
by Lori Foster
"Great introduction to a new gritty, sexy series"
Posted January 4, 2021

NO HOLDING BACK is book number one in Lori Foster’s new series entitled the Mackenzies of Ridge Trail and promises to be a doozy. Human trafficking is a harsh reality. Has been going on for years – perhaps centuries – but now in the modern Read more...

Right Where We Belong
by Brenda Novak
"Silver Springs series just keeps getting better"
Posted January 4, 2021

Hard to believe the Silver Springs series started way back in 2017. Actually, that’s really only three years ago but just feels like a long time. RIGHT WHERE WE BELONG is the fourth book of the titles published Read more...

No One But You
by Brenda Novak
"Definitely worth a second read"
Posted January 4, 2021

NO ONE BUT YOU is the second book of the Silver Springs series by Brenda Novak. Well known for her crime novels fans of Brenda Novak originally met her through her romance series novels. The Read more...

Finding Our Forever
by Brenda Novak
"Never too late to start a series"
Posted January 4, 2021

The first book in series with Silver Springs as the backdrop, FINDING OUR FOREVER by Brenda Novak introduces us to some really amazing characters that certainly will pass the test of time. FINDING OUR FOREVER was published in 2017 but I just discovered it and since I’ve Read more...

A Rainbow Above Us
by Sharon Sala
"Masterfully written addition to a fabulous series"
Posted January 4, 2021

Well, we are off to the races once again. Sharon Sala gets better with each of the Blessings Georgia installments. Each one in this series is just chock full of the best-written characters and A RAINBOW ABOVE US is Read more...

Christmas in Silver Springs
by Brenda Novak
"Search for compassion is challenging"
Posted January 4, 2021

Well, it seems as if learning to live with guilt is quite a challenge. No matter if your crime a tragic accident when just seventeen. For someone born on the wrong side of the tracks so to speak people are reluctant to consider any leniency. Tobias’ mistake was Read more...

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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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