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Book Review: Beauchamp Hall by Danielle Steel

Many years ago, I read every Danielle Steel book I could get my hands on. I’ve only recently picked up her books again and was excited to receive a copy of Beauchamp Hall from NetGalley. Continue reading “Book Review: Beauchamp Hall by Danielle Steel”

Book Review: Indivisible by Travis Thrasher

In recent weeks, I have seen a lot regarding the movie Indivisible, the screenplay this book is based on. The movie looks packed with emotion, faith and love of country. However, I didn’t find all of that flowing through the pages of this book. Continue reading “Book Review: Indivisible by Travis Thrasher”

Book Review: Lies by T. M. Logan

Lies is all about the ending. The journey there is not the best journey you’ll ever go on … But the ending!! Continue reading “Book Review: Lies by T. M. Logan”

Book Review: With You Always by Rena Olsen

With Olsen’s sophomore novel, she’s becoming an author to watch. The stories are not perfect, but they kept this reader engaged. Continue reading “Book Review: With You Always by Rena Olsen”

Book Review: Cottage by the Sea by Debbie Macomber

Looking for a book that will make you feel warm and fuzzy? Cottage by the Sea is just what this book blogger orders. Continue reading “Book Review: Cottage by the Sea by Debbie Macomber”

Book Review: Every Time You Go Away by Beth Harbison

A pleasant enough way to pass a few hours, but there wasn’t a lot of “meat” to this story. Continue reading “Book Review: Every Time You Go Away by Beth Harbison”

Book Review: Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage

This novel can be summed up with a few words … creepy, disturbing and disgusting. Continue reading “Book Review: Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage”

Book Review: Somebody’s Daughter by David Bell

Engaging throughout but the ending left me feeling … Continue reading “Book Review: Somebody’s Daughter by David Bell”

Book Review: Wicked River by Jenny Milchman

Someone is watching you! Can you sense them there just behind you? Can you feel the chill run up your spine? Continue reading “Book Review: Wicked River by Jenny Milchman”

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