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November 2017

Book Reviews: Truth or Lies?

Jennifer and Melinda are pulling out their soap boxes today and discussing a topic that has bothered them both – honesty in book reviews. Jennifer will start things off.
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Book Review: Bad Princess by Julianna Keyes

I really love this book! It seems like such a departure from her other books on the surface. Her other books have been solidly contemporary and NA, and while this is kind of sort of NA it’s also kind of sort of fairy tale-ish. While it’s hard to describe I REALLY enjoyed it! Also – completely in love with that cover, wow! Continue reading “Book Review: Bad Princess by Julianna Keyes”

Book Review: Little Broken Things by Nicole Baart

This story started out well, grabbing my interest immediately, but went downhill from there. ☹ Continue reading “Book Review: Little Broken Things by Nicole Baart”

Book Review: The Things We Knew by Catherine West

After their mother’s death twelve years ago, the Carlisle family unraveled. One by one, all but one of the four siblings left their Nantucket home and never returned. All seem to blame their father for their mother’s death, but nobody will talk about that tragic day. Their father’s failing health and financial concerns finally bring the Carlisle siblings back home. Continue reading “Book Review: The Things We Knew by Catherine West”

Book Review: Citywide by Santino Hassell

Citywide is Five Boroughs #6 – a novella grouping of stories about three sets of characters we’ve seen throughout the first 5 books in this series. First of all I ADORE this cover. It is simply beautiful and in my opinion perfect for a book that can’t be pinned down since it covers literally the whole spectrum of relationships – male/male, female/female, male/female, poly…everything. So this cover is great since this series encompasses the city perfectly as well. Continue reading “Book Review: Citywide by Santino Hassell”

Book Review: The Uncrossing by Melissa Eastlake

This is a surprising debut from Melissa Eastlake. Heavy on the paranormal elements with dashes of fairy tales and quite a lot of sarcasm and humor thrown in, this m/m book was one that I really enjoyed from beginning to end. Continue reading “Book Review: The Uncrossing by Melissa Eastlake”

Book Review: In This Moment by Karen Kingsbury

Christian Fiction is a genre that does not appeal to everyone. In my opinion, Karen Kingsbury is the Queen and I look forward to each of her books because they always hold a lesson I need at the time. Continue reading “Book Review: In This Moment by Karen Kingsbury”

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