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Book Review: 29 Seconds by T. M. Logan

29 Seconds did not capture me as completely as Morgan’s first novel. However, there were a couple of moments that had me eagerly turning the page. Continue reading “Book Review: 29 Seconds by T. M. Logan”

Book Review: The Dark Side by Danielle Steel

Danielle Steel is not as good as I remember her being years ago. Is it me or is it her? Continue reading “Book Review: The Dark Side by Danielle Steel”

Book Review: Boy Mom by Monica Swanson

Blogger Monica Swanson knew she’d tapped a heartfelt concern when nearly two million readers shared her blog post “What a Teenage Boy Needs Most from His Mom.” In Boy Mom, she takes mothers deeper into the insights they need for the boy-raising journey. Continue reading “Book Review: Boy Mom by Monica Swanson”

Book Review: Glory Bishop by Deborah King

Glory Bishop lives her life in pieces. At work and with her friends, she speaks her mind. But at home, she follows strict rules handed down by her mother. Continue reading “Book Review: Glory Bishop by Deborah King”

Book Review: The Most Fun We Ever Had by Claire Lombardo

A frustrating yet compelling read. A bit contradictory, right? Keep reading and I’ll see if I can’t clear that statement up for you. Continue reading “Book Review: The Most Fun We Ever Had by Claire Lombardo”

Book Review: The Little Tea Shop on Main by Jodi Thomas

This book opened with promise, but that promise didn’t hold throughout the book. Continue reading “Book Review: The Little Tea Shop on Main by Jodi Thomas”

Book Review: Little Lovely Things by Maureen Joyce Connolly

An interesting plot that should have been packed with emotion, but emotion did not quite fill the suitcase. Continue reading “Book Review: Little Lovely Things by Maureen Joyce Connolly”

Book Review: The Escape Room by Megan Goldin

An exciting beginning but what followed didn’t quite take the story over the mountaintop. It was lacking something for this reader that would have put it over the top. Continue reading “Book Review: The Escape Room by Megan Goldin”

Review: No Rulebook for Flirting by Laura Bailo

This was a cute, relatively short novella. that I read in under an hour. The setup revolves around the two main characters meeting at a gaming convention where there is a meet…somewhat disaster in the parking lot where one cuts off the other to get a spot in a crowded lot. Of course, a few minutes later the two windup at the same gaming table where they begin to flirt over a game of Carcassone. Continue reading “Review: No Rulebook for Flirting by Laura Bailo”

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