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How to Walk Away Review

Katherine Center gives us a book so full of life, it’s blinding and tragic and beautiful. Margaret Jacobsen is just about to step into the bright future she’s worked for so hard and so long: a new dream job, a fiancé she adores, and the promise of a picture-perfect life just around the corner. Then, …

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Her Last Word Book Review

Mary Burton’s latest psychological thriller is a must-read. From the publisher: Fourteen years ago, Kaitlin Roe was the lone witness to the abduction of her cousin Gina. She still remembers that lonely Virginia road. She can still see the masked stranger and hear Gina’s screams. And she still suffers the guilt of running away in …

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The New Neighbors-Book Review

What a fantastic ride! I honestly wasn’t expecting to like this book as much as I did. The first two chapters laid the foundation for dual POV in present day. Lately, most dual POV are alternating years, as well as points of view. This one was written like a journal but wow, did it just …

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March Book Review

The grand total of books read for March is 18. I read a lot of these during our Spring break since it was very cold and dreary in early March. I had a couple of days of staying in pajamas all day and only getting up for more coffee. I won’t get those days again …

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The Next Girl-Book Review

When I finished this one, I needed a pint of Moose Tracks, a double shot of vodka, and 3 mile run. Quite possibly at the same time. The Next Girl is quite a ride. Very rarely do I finish a book and have such conflicting thoughts and reactions and yet all of them led to …

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Not That I Could Tell

“Because as long as you believe that what you see is what you get, I get to stay this way. Poised. Devoted. Alive” With these opening words, I was hooked into the world of Kristin, Izzy, Clara, and Natalie and their lives in their small community. I’ll you tell from the beginning, I need more …

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Sometimes I Lie-Book Review

I bought this book by accident. My stupid iPhone was on a ghosting spree and clicked one-click Amazon. I really shouldn’t say those words I said when this book downloaded to my kindle. I should have just buckled up and grabbed snacks for this ride. Sweet baby Moses, this book left me staring at the …

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Deadly Intent-Book Review

Reading Pamela Clare is like finding the best seat in the house. The one with the comfy blanket, awesome coffee, and a view of the beach or mountains. She’s just perfection. I have read and enjoyed the I-Team series for years and could not wait for Joaquin’s story. He’s been a supporting character for a …

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February Book Review

I have to say, this graphic is a thing of glorious beauty. Up until this month, I had 3 ride-or-die instant buy or click authors. JD Robb is an instant buy from a bookstore. Kristen Ashley is an instant click or pre-order. And Mariana Zapata is USUALLY and instant buy, but I haven’t always bought …

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Collision Point-Book Review

  Lora Leigh does it again! In this first installment of the Brute Force series, we finally get to see Rory get his story and his girl. From the first page, the action is in your face until the last surprise ending. Collision point could be a stand-alone for this spinoff series, but it certainly …

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Kristen Ashley’s Rough Ride

  She went and did something I’m not real thrilled about. She wrote a NOVELLA….about Chaos motorcycle club. The one MC series that I can read and reread multiple times a year. Rough Ride is part of the 1001 Dark Nights group. This short ass, not enough words, just enough to make me mad, novella …

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January Book Reviews

One of my main intentions for 2018 was to read more and not just read more but report more. I had said in an earlier post that I often get in slumps when all I do is reread older favorites and I wanted to expand my reading and actually post reviews. I took a couple …

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