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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: High October by Elena Graf

“You’re my, my, my, my lover…” – Taylor Swift Liz is a 58 year-old renowned surgeon that semi-retired to Maine where she opened up a small family practice. One night she is called to the office to urgently help an actress who fell and injured

Book Review: Big Girl Pill by KD Williamson

Maya is a corporate team building coordinator. She left home to avoid her best friend who she had feelings for. Nina is the best friend who has been trying to stay in touch with Maya because she doesn’t want to lose her friendship. Nina’s wedding

Book Review: Thorn by Anna Burke

I love winter. Rowan’s father goes on a hunting trip and is away longer than expected. Meanwhile his daughters keep up the small cottage while they await his return. He has actually gotten himself into some trouble with a huntress who is quite upset that

Book Review: Body of Work by Charlotte Mills

Preserving death. Noa is once successful painter who has had to deal with the loss of the people who were closest to her. She has shut herself off from truly living. Numbing herself with alcohol and forcing herself to sleep on hard floors. Her agent,

Book Review: Heart Failure by Chris Zett

Baby makes three. Jess is a cardiologist who has decided to have a baby because she is getting older and it is within her life plan. Unfortunately, developing a rare form of post pregnancy heart failure wasn’t a part of that plan. Either was moving