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Review: Miss Cecily’s Recipes for Exceptional Ladies by Vicky Zimmerman @VickyZimmerman_

Review: Miss Cecily’s Recipes for Exceptional Ladies by Vicky Zimmerman @VickyZimmerman_

Vicki Zimmerman has written such a fantastic, heartwarming, and classic story that includes great food, great company (or at least some of the time!) and life lessons about learning how to love yourself. Miss Cecily’s Recipes for Exceptional Ladies should be on ALL readers bookshelves. I am not even sure my review can give this phenomenal book the justice it […]

Posted June 25, 2020
Contemporary Fiction, Review, Women's Fiction / 0 Comments
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Review: Flowers for the Dead by C.K. Williams

Review: Flowers for the Dead by C.K. Williams

Nineteen years ago, Linn Wilson was attacked in her own home. Her attacker was never found and Linn suffered for years never getting any closure. Every time the doorbell rang it brought her back to that night leaving her with panic attacks and crippling anxiety. Nothing could get through to her, not even her childhood friend and husband, Oliver. Linn […]

Posted May 22, 2020
Review, Thriller / 0 Comments
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Review: Hard Target by Pamela Clare @Pamela_Clare

Review: Hard Target by Pamela Clare @Pamela_Clare

Jenna Hamilton is a midwife volunteering in Afghanistan. For Jenny, teaching midwifery to Afghan women is so rewarding and fulfilling in a place where women don’t have any rights and where many women don’t survive during childbirth. Jenny’s father, Senator Hamilton is adamant his daughter come back home and will do anything in his power to ensure she does what […]

Posted July 15, 2019
Review, Romantic Suspense / 0 Comments
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Review: Say Something by Cathy Morrison

Review: Say Something by Cathy Morrison

Say Something by Cathy Morrison is a emotionally powerful read dealing with child sexual abuse and how it has affected Maggie, our main character, for the past ten years. Maggie is a seventeen year old high school student and while she may get great grades and is a fantastic athlete, she finds it hard to get to close or make […]

Posted May 23, 2019
Review, Uncategorized, YA / 0 Comments
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Review: Come and Get Me by August Norman @augustnormanau1 @crookedlanebks #ComeAndGetMe #N..

Review: Come and Get Me by August Norman @augustnormanau1 @crookedlanebks #ComeAndGetMe #NetGalley

Caitlin Bergman, an award winning journalist, is back in Bloomington, Indiana to accept her diploma after leaving campus twenty years ago just four credits shy of graduating due to a trauma. Caitlin is ready to face her past head on and finally put to rest what happened to her all those years ago. But, instead of laying the past to […]

Posted May 18, 2019
Debut, Mystery, Review, Suspense, Thriller / 0 Comments
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Review: The Stillwater Girls by Minka Kent

Review: The Stillwater Girls by Minka Kent

Wren and her sister, Sage live in a remote cabin in the woods in the state of New York. Cut off from the rest of society, the sisters were ignorant of the outside world. Their mother always told the girls that the outside world was an evil place and they were not allowed to go past the forest. For the […]

Posted April 4, 2019
Mystery, Thriller / 0 Comments
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Review: The Last by Hanna Jameson

Review: The Last by Hanna Jameson

Jon Keller, is just one of twenty survivors when the world goes to hell. Nuclear bombs have taken out major cities across the world. The internet is down and no one can get in touch with loved ones or find out about the rest of the state of the world. Holed up in a Swiss hotel, L’Hotel ­Sixième, Jon, an […]

Posted April 1, 2019
Mystery, Post Apocalypse, Review, Thriller / 0 Comments
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