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Book Review: A Town Called Noelle by MK Hardy

Lights out. Brooke has to visit the town she fled years ago to take care of some loose ends as a result of her estranged mother’s death. She was left with some property that she is eager to get rid of. But there is a

Book Review: London Undone by Nan Higgins

This is not an England based book. I feel a bit misled by the cover. London. Water in the background presumed to be the Thames. Building in the background that could be Big Ben if you are squinting? Big black boots that I assume British

Book Review: One Small Step by M.A. Binfield

Forbidden attraction. Iris returns to her work footy team to find that there is a new player. Cameron joined to fill the vacancy while Iris was away. Iris is immediately taken by Cameron but is very quickly informed that the fit beauty is a recent

Book Review: Tinsel by Kris Bryant

Dystopian Inspired Cat. This Christmas novella begins with Jess ending a 6-month relationship with a cheating girlfriend. She is distracted by a stray cat outside her window who later happens to find its way to her doorstep. She takes it in, determined to provide it

Book Review: Grimmer Intentions by Jodi Hutchins

Halflings Beware. In The Grim Assistant, we were introduced to Sam. A young mail person. She had a nephew, a sister, and a crush on Lauren, a woman on her daily route. She runs into some trouble surfing. That trouble was named ‘Margo,’ a Grim

Book Review: Love Beneath The Christmas Tree by Jae

This was a short and sweet Christmas novella about a mall cop grump who becomes enamored with a boy and his mother. This story covers 3 points of times in their lives within about a 2 year period. Surprisingly, Jae was able to deliver the

Book Review: Ambereye by Gill McKnight

Was this supposed to be funny? I truly just giggled most of the time. Hope’s friend and CEO of Ambereye, Inc.(Andre) has convinced her to go back to work early. She had been out on medical leave. She used to be his PA but her

Book Review: Invisible, as Music by Caren J.Werlinger

I am not a fan of super age gap love stories. I was not going to read this book because the main characters have a 30+ year age difference and thought that I would be put off by it. After reading several favorable reviews from

Book Review: Changing Course by Brey Willows

Comsos dust and prowler balls, this was good. Jessa is the captain of a vacation/transport ship that becomes under duress as we start the book. Astroids have caused significant damage resulting in the need to hop into pods and escape. Unfortunately, her pod also falls