A Dangerous Duet by Karen Odden | Review

A Dangerous Duet by Karen Od..

Review: I’m a little bit new-ish to reading historical mysteries, but I’m really loving them right now. When given the opportunity to read A Dangerous Duet by Karen Odden, I jumped on it because I liked the synopsis plus I also saw that it was being described as “perfect” for fans of Anne Perry. And […]

Posted November 6, 2018
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The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter by Hazel Gaynor | Review

The Lighthouse Keeper’..

Review: When I finished The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter by Hazel Gaynor, I had such large feelings that I barely knew what to say. I felt such a genuine reverence for every single character that I just had to sit still and quiet, hold my book, and absorb everywhere the story had taken them. That feeling has […]

Posted November 3, 2018
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Cover Reveal | At the Mountain’s Edge by Genevieve Graham

Cover Reveal | At the Mounta..

  I’m thrilled to share the cover for At the Mountain’s Edge by Genevieve Graham  Coming in April 2019. JUST A FEW months away!    . . . . . . .     At the Mountain’s Edge by Genevieve Graham Coming 4.2.2019 from Simon & Schuster Canada   From bestselling author Genevieve Graham comes a sweeping new historical […]

Posted October 29, 2018
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Marilla of Green Gables by Sarah McCoy | Review

Marilla of Green Gables by S..

Review: I HAVE SO MANY FEELINGS! With fictional couples and stories, Anne of Green Gables is IT for me. There is no story I love more, especially when we start talking about the romance of Anne Shirley and Gilbert Blythe. When I saw that Marilla Cuthbert was getting a chance to tell her story, I […]

Posted October 26, 2018
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Christmas Camp by Karen Schaler | Review

Christmas Camp by Karen Scha..

Review: Christmas Camp by Karen Schaler is the perfect grab-some-hot-chocolate, snuggle-with-a-blanket, feel good holiday story. It is positively dripping with Christmas and I love everything about it. Haley works in advertising in Boston and dreams of becoming partner. She needs to land a huge campaign to clench the partnership, but that campaign centers around a […]

Posted October 19, 2018
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I Know You Know by Gilly MacMillan | Review

I Know You Know by Gilly Mac..

Review: Over the past few years, I’ve learned that a new Gilly Macmillan book is going to be a good time. It is so easy for me to get lost in her stories because of the multiple points of view that eventually converge. I also love the way she incorporates different forms of media (print, […]

Posted October 11, 2018
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A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas by Maisey Yates | Review

A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christma..

Review: I start reading Christmas and winter stories fairly early every year. This is a later than normal start for me, but I’m excited that I got to start with this Maisey Yates story. She is a new-to-me author, even though I’ve had my eye on her books for years. A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas […]

Posted October 9, 2018
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The Secrets We Carried by Mary McNear | Review

The Secrets We Carried by Ma..

Review: I have loved every one of the Butternut Lake books by Mary McNear. Since I found out there would be a sixth book, I’ve been so eagerly anticipating it. I love the setting of Butternut Lake. For some reason, lakeside settings always appeal to me, and this series is just one of my favorites. […]

Posted October 4, 2018
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Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pinborough | Review

Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pin..

REVIEW: Cross Her Heart by Sarah Pinborough has a lot of what I love in terms of a thriller. There are engaging characters with multiple POV’s and interconnected storylines, plus the characters have huge secrets. There are women that find themselves at a crossroads in life, where they need to make big decisions for themselves. […]

Posted September 26, 2018
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Day of the Dead by Nicci French | Review

Day of the Dead by Nicci Fre..

REVIEW: I did something unusual this time and started a series with the final book first, which is super out-of-character for me but it really worked here. Day of the Dead is the last book in the Frieda Klein series by Nicci French, and I loved it. Going into this series, I had heard plenty […]

Posted August 7, 2018
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