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Love Always Christmas | Karen Schaler | Book Review

Love Always, Christmas is a new holiday story written by award winning screen writer Karen Schaler. From beginning to end, it feels like one big Christmas hug. It follows social media expert Libby Larson as she navigates the recent loss of her mother and the discovery of a long lost family friend. It is anContinue reading “Love Always Christmas | Karen Schaler | Book Review”

His Christmas Guardian | Cindy Dees | Book Review

His Christmas Guardian pulls you right in from the beginning. It is part of the Runaway Ranch series but, all of these books can be read as a stand alone. The story starts out at a cocktail party in an art gallery where the main character Nick, a government ops operator, is tracking another guest.Continue reading “His Christmas Guardian | Cindy Dees | Book Review”

Her SEAL Bodyguard | Cindy Dees | Book Review

Her SEAL Bodyguard brings us back to the small knit community of Sandy Creek, Montana once again. Even if this your first visit, you will easily fall in love with the small town. Plus the two main characters are outsiders trying to find their way. The first is Gia Rykhof, who in an operative hidingContinue reading “Her SEAL Bodyguard | Cindy Dees | Book Review”

The Cowboy’s Deadly Reunion | Cindy Dees | Book Review

The Cowboy’s Deadly Reunion is the second book in the Runaway Ranch series by Cindy Dees. Wes Morgan was a highly decorated Marine until lies destroyed it all from a woman named Jessica. She was his bosses daughter and filled with a strong rebellious spirit. It is this rebellious spirit that gets her into troubleContinue reading “The Cowboy’s Deadly Reunion | Cindy Dees | Book Review”

Navy SEAL’s Deadly Secret | Cindy Dees | Book Review

Navy Seal’s Deadly Secret is the first book in the Runaway Ranch series by Cindy Dees. The main character Brett Morgan has recently returned home after a recent deployment and his is a wounded man. His last mission went horribly wrong but, he cannot remember exactly what happened. Not remembering brings an intense feeling ofContinue reading “Navy SEAL’s Deadly Secret | Cindy Dees | Book Review”

Darling Girl | Liz Michalski | Book Review

Darling Girl is a Peter Pan story but Peter Pan is not the same as we have always known him to be. It seems that he has lost his innocence somewhere along the way. His actions are troubling and have long lasting effects on others. For the reader, these actions should come with trigger warningsContinue reading “Darling Girl | Liz Michalski | Book Review”

The Fixer Upper | Lauren Forsythe | Book Review

Alex is a fixer by nature. She has spent of much of her life repairing everyone else’s problems. Romances, break ups, work issues, family issues – she has fixed it all. Her main area of expertise seems to be fixing up men to the perfect version of themselves. Or at least that’s what it appearsContinue reading “The Fixer Upper | Lauren Forsythe | Book Review”

A Haunted History Of Invisible Women: Trust Stories Of America’s Ghosts | Leanna Renee Hieber and Andrea Janes | Book Review

There is a quote on the cover of A Haunted History Of Invisible Women: True Stories Of America’s Ghosts that states “this book should not only be read but taught.” I one hundred percent agree with this assessment. Tis book capture my attention form the first page. It is historical with a touch of theContinue reading “A Haunted History Of Invisible Women: Trust Stories Of America’s Ghosts | Leanna Renee Hieber and Andrea Janes | Book Review”

Pretty Dead Queens | Alexa Donne | Book Review

Pretty Dead Queens is a new young adult thriller written by Alexa Donne. Fifty years ago, the homecoming queen was murdered and founded laying facedown in the high school pool. Since then it has become tradition to honor her memory and to never forget what happened that fateful night. Recently, Cecelia Ellis moved in withContinue reading “Pretty Dead Queens | Alexa Donne | Book Review”

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A. A. MacConnell

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