Tag Archives: Women’s fiction

The Gin Sisters’ Promise by Faith Hogan

Dear Fellow Reader, Do you ever have those times when you drift away from reading? It doesn’t happen to me often but sometimes I get busy doing other things and neglect my reading. This is not good when I have … Continue reading

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Starry Eyed Love by Helena Hunting

Dear Fellow Reader, I have decided that it should be Spring. I’m sure the weather will cooperate, right? One can hope… Last September I reviewed a book entitled When Sparks Fly by Helena Hunting. (https://cecooney.com/2021/09/21/when-sparks-fly-by-helena-hunting/)  When I started reading Starry … Continue reading

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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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