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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Book Review: Breaking Down Her Walls by Erin Zak

The cover should have had a picture of a ranch or horses or even Colorado mountains as those created the setting that was integral to this story. Oh, Julia. Damaged by life. Driving across country without purpose. Running from her past. She stops in a

Book Review: Under Parr by Andrea Bramhall

This was a good second installment in the Norfolk Coast series.  Another suspicious body found means another crime to solve. Like the first book, there are many potential suspects and numerous interviews.  This time around, I felt I knew the main players on a deeper

Book Review: Northern Lights by Lise Gold

Sweet This was a short and light read. Really no angst. Just the story of a group of people staying in a hotel for Christmas vacation to get a glimpse of the Northern Lights. All are coupled up except for a London restaurateur and a

Book Review: Media Darling by Fiona Riley

Happy Place Reading this was a happy place for me.  A reporter is assigned to tell the real story behind an actress after someone attempts a smear campaign.  The characters were well developed. I really liked them all. The relationship blossomed with authenticity. I sincerely

Book Review: One Day You’ll Leave Me by Debra Flores

Changing course Karen is suddenly drawn to a deceased singer from the past. Obsessed, really. She doesn’t understand why. She gets an unusual opportunity to find out. I absolutely loved the concept. Apart from the first person POV (which was necessary for this story) and

Book Review: The Moments by Nicole Plyand

Two paths This was a creative concept for a story. You always wonder how life would be different if you made that one different decision. That is what this book is all about. There are two paths. And you definitely read both. One after the

Book Review: Break My Fall by Olive North

No A down and out writer meets an enigmatic barista while doing a book signing. But the writer is oh so too damaged. What will happen? This was predictable and hit some pet peeves of mine. Told in alternating point of view. It left no