Tag Archives: Women’s fiction

The McAvoy Sisters Book of Secrets by Molly Fader

  Dear Fellow Reader, Could summer be flying by any faster? It seems like it has barely gotten warm and all the back to school ads are up. Granted, it was a late spring and summer didn’t seem like it … Continue reading

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The Book Charmer by Karen Hawkins

Dear Fellow Reader, Have you ever read a book that you think might be mis-titled and that the description seems, well, off? That is the way I feel about the following book. I am not talking about books that claim … Continue reading

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Lost Roses by Martha Hall Kelly

  Dear Fellow Reader, I have signed myself up to read more than I can read. I don’t know how I got in this position, but I don’t like it. I hate feeling that I am behind with my reading. … Continue reading

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Me for You by Lolly Winston

Dear Fellow Reader, I am looking out my window at the snow. I wish I was looking at a beach or something that would make me feel warm. The sun is out and perhaps this winter will move along sometime … Continue reading

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Night of Miracles by Elizabeth Berg

Dear Fellow Reader, You know how I am supposed to tell you when I get a book given to me to review (as in I didn’t pay for the book or borrow it from the library)? Well, this is one … Continue reading

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