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Book Review: The Woman in the Green Dress by Tea Cooper

Book Review: The Woman in th..

REVIEW: When I started The Woman in the Green Dress by Tea Cooper, I had no idea what path it would take and how it would end up. The story is told in two timelines: 1853 and 1919. Both of these timelines have an element of mystery with interesting characters. It wasn’t until I was […]

Posted June 22, 2020
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Book Review: The Summer Deal by Jill Shalvis

Book Review: The Summer Deal..

REVIEW: Brynn Turner and Kinsey Davis have known each other since they were little kids. Their relationship has always been contentious and volatile at best. The girls attended the same summer camp year after year, and they never got along…then one summer, Kinsey stopped coming to camp. That’s when summer camp became fun for Brynn […]

Posted June 12, 2020
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Book Review: Masquerade at Middlecrest Abbey by Abigail Wilson

Book Review: Masquerade at M..

REVIEW: This one was such much fun!! I was excited to get the opportunity to read it because I love regency historical fiction and because this was an opportunity for me to read a new-to-me author’s work. Once I started it, I barely put it down.  The book opens up right in the action after […]

Posted June 9, 2020
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Book Review: Carolina Breeze by Denise Hunter

Book Review: Carolina Breeze..

REVIEW: I have loved every single thing I’ve ever read by Denise Hunter. Carolina Breeze is the second book in her Bluebell Inn series. This series follows the Bennett siblings who are operating the newly-opened Bluebell Inn in memory of their parents, who were killed just before the events of the previous book, Lake Season. […]

Posted June 2, 2020
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Book Review: Adult Conversation by Brandy Ferner

Book Review: Adult Conversat..

REVIEW: I read Adult Conversation by Brandy Ferner over Mother’s Day weekend and loved it. April is disorganized and harried. She feels like her days are filled with constant snacks, play dates, and bedtime stories. She thinks often about the days before-before she had her children, when she and her husband had plenty of time […]

Posted May 13, 2020
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Book Review: The Socialite by J’Nell Ciesielski

Book Review: The Socialite b..

REVIEW: Kat has come to Nazi-occupied Paris to rescue her sister Ellie, who is in a relationship with a Nazi. Ellie has a glamorous life in Paris, with fine clothing and parties with like-minded friends. She really doesn’t think about what all of that glitz and fun means for her family and to other people. […]

Posted May 11, 2020
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Book Review: The Ingredients of You and Me by Nina Bocci

Book Review: The Ingredients..

REVIEW: This is exactly the type of book that I want more of. Such a fun, non-stressful read. Parker has lost her motivation. She sold her wildly successful bakery in NYC, but still can’t find her mojo. Her best friend Charlotte invites her to come visit in Hope Lake, Pennsylvania and spend some slower, more peaceful time […]

Posted May 1, 2020
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Book Review: The German Heiress by Anika Scott

Book Review: The German Heir..

REVIEW: There are a lot of World War II books out there, but this one stands out to me because it is one of the few that I have read with a German main character. Clara Falkenburg is the daughter of Nazi sympathizers. She was in charge of running her father’s iron works company. As […]

Posted April 29, 2020
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Book Review: Fierce, Free, and Full of Fire by Jen Hatmaker

Book Review: Fierce, Free, a..

Review: To me, this is Jen Hatmaker’s best book yet. She really lays out her feelings and her struggles and her experience and her hopes here, and my gosh it is GOOD. Jen divides the book up into sections like: Who I Am, What I Need, What I Want, What I Believe, and How I […]

Posted April 23, 2020
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Book Review: You and Me and Us by Alison Hammer

Book Review: You and Me and ..

REVIEW: Tommy’s world is upended when he has to tell his wife Alexis and daughter CeCe that he has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. For years, Alexis has been a workaholic and has typically tended to miss important events in the lives of her husband and child. 14-year-old CeCe doesn’t have a lot of affection […]

Posted April 20, 2020
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