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Review: November by Audrey Carlan

Review: November by Audrey Carlan

November (Calendar Girl #11) by Audrey Carlan Rating: 3 stars Blurb: Life, Love, Laughter. Three things I never expected to experience in the month of giving thanks, but that is just what I received. Wes had survived Hell on Earth, and was back where he was meant to be…in my arms and my bed. For good. There would be no breaking us apart after the trauma we experienced up to this point. My new job with Century Production sent me to the big apple to interview celebrities for a special segment on being thankful. What is a girl to do… Read more »

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Review: The Illusory Prophet by Susan Kaye Quinn

Review: The Illusory Prophet by Susan Kaye Quinn

The Illusory Prophet (Singularity #3) by Susan Kaye Quinn Rating: 4 stars Blurb: What if you could paint with reality? Elijah Brighton can bring a girl back from the dead, travel outside his body, and absorb a lifetime of memories from anyone he touches in the fugue state. Everyone seems to think he’s the prophet they’re waiting for… including the girl he’s falling in love with. The truth is, the fugue is bleeding over into reality, bringing his sketches to life and haunting him with visions of a girl in metal armor. She stabs him with her blade and denounces… Read more »

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Review: See No Evil by Jordan Ford

Review: See No Evil by Jordan Ford

See No Evil (Brotherhood #1) by Jordan Ford Rating: 4 stars Blurb: All Christiana wanted was a little flirty fun. What she got was a one-way ticket to her own personal nightmare. Her friend is dead…and she knows who did it. Now a key witness in a murder trial, she’s been hidden away in the one place no one will think to look for her: Eton Preparatory School for Boys. It’s a stupid move. Insane. But she doesn’t have a choice. Instead of completing her senior year with the popular crowd, she’s being forced to hide in a school with… Read more »

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Review: Secret Keeping Sakura by SJ Pajonas

Review: Secret Keeping Sakura by SJ Pajonas

Secret Keeping Sakura (Kami No Sekai #5) by S.J. Pajonas Blurb: Keeping secrets is this cherry tree’s job. But when Mieko’s mother dies of a stroke, Mieko must face harsh truths. How will the tree divulge her mom’s past without breaking its vows? ~~~ Shhh… Listen To The Gods. The Japanese believe the gods live in all things. Trees, appliances, animals, buildings — they all have a spirit living within them. Maybe, if you listen carefully, you can hear them too. My Review: I received a free copy of this book and voluntary reviewed it Secret Keeping Sakura is the… Read more »

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Review: How the Ghost Was Won by Erin Hayes

Review: How the Ghost Was Won by Erin Hayes

How the Ghost Was Won by Erin Hayes Rating: 3 stars Blurb: There are ghost stories. And there are ghost legends. From orphan to saloon girl to ghost whisperer, Hattie Hart has been and seen a lot of things in her time. Her new job as a detective with the Tremayne Psychic Specters Investigations Agency takes her out to the remote town of Carolina City, Nevada, on a vague assignment to investigate the disappearance of a US Marshal. Except, when she arrives, she meets the devilishly handsome Grant Madsen, a US Marshal who is alive and well. Certainly not missing,… Read more »

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Review: Murder at the Mansion by Janet Finsilver

Review: Murder at the Mansion by Janet Finsilver

Murder at the Mansion (A Kelly Jackson Mystery #2) by Janet Finsilver Rating: 3 stars Blurb: Fortunes, fineries, and foul play . . . It’s whale-watching season in Redwood Cove, and B&B manager Kelly Jackson’s battening down the hatches for the tourist rush at Redwood Heights—a Victorian-style estate owned by her boss. And due to recent jewelry thefts, her duties include keeping track of the many dust-covered artifacts spread throughout the property. But when Kelly finds Sylvia Porter’s lifeless body, menial tasks don’t seem so terrible. Enlisting the help of a ragtag group of brainy retirees, aka the “Silver Sentinels,”… Read more »

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Review: It’s Your Party, Die If You Want To by Vickie Fee

Review: It’s Your Party, Die If You Want To by Vickie Fee

My To-Be Read List is a meme hosted by Because Reading is Better Than Real Life where at the beginning of the month visitors can choose which book I’ll be reading this month. On the first saturday of a month the poll will be up, then on the second saturday of the month I’ll announce the book that won and on the last saturday of the month I’ll post my review of the book. It’s Your Party, Die If You Want To (A Liv And Di In Dixie Mystery #2) by Vickie Fee Rating: 3 stars Blurb: Between a riverboat… Read more »

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