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Book Review: Beginner’s Bet by Fiona Riley

I loved this book. Will be adding this to my list of favorites. This series progressively got better with each of the three stories. You can read the one stand-a-lone but you would miss the opportunity of getting to know all of the wonderful characters

Book Review: The Headmistress by Milena McKay

“…you and I both know I could pull off Miranda Priestly just fine.” That just about sums up the character of Magdalene Nox. From the mouth of Magdalene Nox. Sam Threadneedle, is a do-good math teacher at Three Dragons, a private all girls school. She

Book Review: You’ll Be Fine by Jen Michalski

Michalski’s own words fairly accurately describe what to expect when you read ‘You’ll Be Fine.’ You know when the first introduction to the main characters involve a mother abandoning her teenage daughter in the parking lot of a theme park, the story is promising to

Book Review: When You Least Expect It by Haley Cass

This is a satisfying slow burn romance. A Christmas hating divorce lawyer walks into a cafe… Haley Cass… what am I going to do with you? Everything you write is magic to me. I love your characters, I love your stories, I love the situations

Book Review: The Clinch by Nicole Disney

Wow. Where did this come from? I love sports. And I love sports books if they aren’t surgical, exact, or expansive on the actual sport aspect. But there is something so intriguing about this mixed martial arts world, that I was completely engaged. In fact,

Book Review: Two To Tangle by Melissa Brayden

‘Two to Tangle’ is the second installment of the ‘Tangle Valley Romance’ series. This one follows Gabriella Russo, who was hired as head chef at an Oregon winery. She is making masterful dishes from within a food truck while waiting for construction to complete on

Book Review: Forever And A Day by Haley Cass

When I heard there was a follow up to ‘Those Who Wait‘ my first thought was ‘Oh no!’ I didn’t want anything to ruin the beautiful love story of Charlotte and Sutton. I shouldn’t have worried. This was the perfect tribute to those two ladies

Book Review: Those Who Wait by Haley Cass

I am kicking myself for not reviewing this earlier. For a book as good as this, I find it so disrespectful to the author that I didn’t immediately do so. So my apologies to Haley Cass and to all of you that haven’t read this

Book Review: Spindrift by Anna Burke

This is, and will be, the best book released this year. I don’t want to set too high of expectations for all of you, but I can’t help it. I truly enjoyed this book better than most I’ve read. It has gone directly into my