Tag Archives: Women’s fiction

The Nantucket Beachfront Inn by Ainsley Keaton

Dear Fellow Reader, It is only mid-January, and I am ready for winter to LEAVE. I am just over it. There is something about the cold and the dark days that are bothering me this year. Okay, let’s be honest, … Continue reading

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When Sparks Fly by Helena Hunting

Dear Fellow Reader, I am at a bit of a loss as to how to start this review. I think I have mentioned in the past that current books in the Romance genre contain more sex than they used to. … Continue reading

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The Kindred Spirits Supper Club by Amy E. Reichert

Dear Fellow Reader, Last week, I received an offer for some free books. Yes, my TBR pile is sky high and I need to settle in with those books, I just couldn’t pass these others by without taking a few … Continue reading

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It Had to Be You by Georgia Clark

Dear Fellow Reader, I’ve been reading a lot of non-fiction works and as usual when that happens, I have to skip back over to a “popcorn” fiction book. Just a light snack of a book. The kind of book that … Continue reading

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Paris Never Leaves You by Ellen Feldman

Here I am with another historical fiction book.  I’m not exactly sure how this happens.  I requested an advance reader copy of this book after reading the description.  I should keep the descriptions so I can tell what caught my … Continue reading

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