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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

Book Review: Separate Like Stars by Diana Kane

Emotional This story spans a lifetime and at times, the pace felt like that too. This is a long one. But necessary for the length of time it covers. Starts sweet as two girls navigate feelings in high school. Quickly gets very angsty. So read

Book Review: Never The Bride by Natasha West

Too many weddings The concept of the story wasn’t bad and I was entertained. This felt like a rom com movie of sorts. I got a little bored with the constant wedding backdrop. I know that was the whole point, but it just fell a

Book Review: The Way Home by Lily Hammond

More than a love story A doctor relocates to a small town to take over a clinic who’s previous Dr has gone off to war. She meets an outcast woman who has some things to hide. There was a lot more to this story than

Book Review: As The Crow Flies by Karen F Williams

Long and satisfying A writer with a pet crow meets a former professor and her niece when trying to find a match to a bookend she purchased at a garage sale. Strange things occur on the property that will change everything. This was satisfyingly long.

Book Review: Welcome to Ruby’s by KC Luck

Top shelf Allie and her friends are regulars at a local bar called ‘The Ruby Slipper.’ All is well until the establishment is purchased by a beautiful ice queen from LA. Her plans to remodel their second home sets the theme of this story. The

Book Review: Sunscreen & Coconuts by Eliza Lentzski

Mercy Lewis, a 1st grade teacher, is convinced to take a vacation with her friend, Racy. She has some trouble letting herself go until she meets a local woman that scooters her outside the comforts of an all-inclusive resort. Overall, it was well written and

Book Review: Girls Of Paper And Fire by Natasha Ngan

There are three types of people in this world. Paper Caste (Human). Steel Caste. (Half Human | Half Demon. Moon Caste (Demon). Everyone has their rightful place as a result of the ruling of the Demon King. Lei is a paper caste that finds herself

Book Review: Collide-O-Scope by Andrea Bramhall

I can’t think of anything I disliked about this book. It kept me engaged and trying to solve the mystery on my own while the facts were gradually uncovered.  A detective is assigned to a suspicious murder. There are lots of potential suspects in the