Deep Waters by Jessica R. Patch


Members of the Flynn family tend to hold dangerous jobs. All except for Caley. She purposely avoids danger, living her life rescuing and studying turtles instead. When she finds the body of one of her interns on the beach, she fears it’s foul play. At the request of Caley’s brother, Shepherd Lightman detours from his […]

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The Silent Songbird by Melanie Dickerson


After the death of her parents, Evangeline is left in the care of her cousin, King Richard II. When she learns that the king has promised her as a wife to his advisor, Lord Shiveley, Evangeline runs away. Knowing that they will come after her, and that she is known for her beautiful singing voice, […]

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The Most Beautiful Woman in Florence by Alyssa Palombo


Simonetta Cattaneo knows she is beautiful. She has been told so all her life. So, when Marco Vespucci shows interest in marrying her she knows that is part of it, but she also finds in him a man who is not turned off by her love of literature and learning. She happily agrees to marry […]

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My Fair Gentleman by Nancy Campbell Allen


Jack Elliot grew up at sea, doing what he could to provide for his mother and sister after the death of his father. His fortune takes a turn when his grandfather, an Earl, names Jack as his heir. The problem? Jack must give up his dream of one day captaining his own ship and impress the aristocracy. […]

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The Illusionist’s Apprentice by Kristy Cambron


Can a person truly bury the past? Wren Lockhart has spent most of her life trying to do just that. On the vaudeville stages of Boston in the early 1900’s, training under master illusionist Harry Houdini, she has created a new life for herself. But when the act of one of Houdini’s rivals goes terribly wrong, Wren’s secrets […]

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Reading Preview 3/23/17


Hey guys! I’ll be finishing The Inkblots over the next couple of days. You can look for that review this weekend. In the meantime, I wanted to share what’s coming up. These will be the next two books I read. I’ve been waiting on Byrd’s new book for almost a year! I’ll be reading Cambron’s book […]

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Whispers in the Reading Room by Shelley Gray


Lydia Bancroft’s world is a world of books, until a mysterious, dark-eyed man begins to frequent the reading room where she works as a librarian. He never speaks a word to her until a chance meeting puts him in the position to be her rescuer. She soon discovers that he is none other than the […]

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Just a Kiss by Denise Hunter


A broken heart drove Riley to enlist in the Marines. As his tour in Afghanistan comes to an end, he plans to tell the now single Paige how he really feels about her. One IED changes those plans when it leaves him an amputee. With a missing limb, and a troubled mind, his new plan […]

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Excitement for 2017


I know, it’s still too early to be thinking about next year, but I have good reason. On a whim, I decided to see if two novels I’ve been waiting for have been released. Both are available for pre-order! These are novels that I am hoping I will enjoy as much as I enjoyed their […]

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Reading Update


My last review was on 7/31/16. It’s been a while. The last couple of months have seen me sick off and on, and I started a book just before I got sick that is over 600 pages. So, not feeling like reading combined with a chunker means I’m still reading that book. Good news is […]

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The Beautiful Pretender by Melanie Dickerson


The Margrave of Thornbeck has been ordered to find a bride. He invites ten women, suggested by the King for their noble status, to his castle for two weeks. The goal: to get to know their true characters. Lady Dorothea is one of the women invited, but when circumstances prevent her from attending, her father, […]

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New books!


I can’t be trusted with a credit card when books are involved. It’s as simple as that. The last couple of weeks have seen several book purchases. I’m happy to say that some of these are e-books, and were only $.99, and one or two were even free. But most of them weren’t. Not to […]

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