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Book Review: And Then There Was Her by Tagan Shepard

A meandering stroll through the vineyard. Madison’s celebrity chef girlfriend, Kacey, gets a new job heading up a restaurant at a Washington state winery. A beautiful spacious cottage is a rent-free perk. Madison can work on her ceramic art full time. So they move from

Book Review: Queerleaders by M.B. Guel

“I’m sure once you take the hairnet off she’s very attractive!” Mack is a closeted gay gal navigating her senior year in high school. Super content to be coasting through her final year with her best friend, Lily. Mack has a crush on the head

Book Review: Gillette Park by Gerri Hill

Stellar book! I haven’t read a ton of Gerri Hill books, but this is the best one that I have read. Mason is a deputy in a small mountain town in Colorado, Gillette Park. The town has a 20+ history of 3-5 children per year

Book Review: Sunset and Shades by Erica Lee

Blame the liberal media. I listened to the audio version of this book narrated by Jessica Renfro. I always feel like I should preface these reviews with the fact that I am not a fan of audiobooks. I only listen to them because I have

Book Review: On The Run by Charlotte Greene

Show me the money. The year is 1995. Hot tempered Gwen has just been fired from a job and is making her way through Texas where she comes across a terrified women hitchhiking in the middle of nowhere. Gwen feels compelled to help this woman

Book Review: Flavor Of The Month by Georgia Beers

Sloppy Seconds. Charlie was in college and drifting apart from her long term girlfriend, Emma. They had been best friends as kids and their first everything together. But the distance was damaging and Charlie found herself infatuated with Darcy. A business woman who occasionally spoke

Book Review: Other Girls by Avery Brooks

When your bully comes calling. Sam is a single mother in New Orleans. A marketing professional just trying to get by. Her simple life is thrown into turmoil when her high school bully, Ashley, comes back to town unexpectedly. I really enjoyed this book. There