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A Line In The Sand | Teri Wilson | Book Review

A Line In The Sand is the second book in the Turtle Beach series. It starts out with a bang when mermaid Molly Prince saves marine biologist Max Miller. Molly isn’t really a mermaid but, she pretends to be one for her job at the local marine museum. This is the same museum that MaxContinue reading “A Line In The Sand | Teri Wilson | Book Review”

A Spot Of Trouble | Teri Wilson | Book Review

A Spot of Trouble is the first book in Teri Wilson’s new series that is set in Turtle Beach. Turtle Beach is a small beach town with a set of colorful characters. Fire Deputy Sam Nash quickly learns this when he moves to the area and encounters Violet March. Violet owns the only Dalmatian inContinue reading “A Spot Of Trouble | Teri Wilson | Book Review”

Too Hot To Touch | Katy James | Book Review

Too Hot To Touch is the second book in the Firebird series by Katy James. I was so excited to get back into the world of Shady Hill. This time the romance centers around rising hockey superstar Tyler Valentine and PhD student teacher Murray Silva. It took my brain a bit before it got usedContinue reading “Too Hot To Touch | Katy James | Book Review”

Too Much Man | Katy James | Book Review

Too Much Man is the first book in the Firebirds series. It follows injured hockey player Gavin and coffee shop owner Piper. Their initial meeting is pretty rough as Gavin insults the coffee from the coffee shop. Of course, that is the first time he has ever had cup of coffee but regardless he insultsContinue reading “Too Much Man | Katy James | Book Review”

The Grump Who Stole Summer | Ella Fields | Audiobook Review

Why I listen to The Grump Who Stole Summer? The Grump Who Stole Summer caught my eye on Netgalley with its promise of second chance romance. It also sounded very amgsty which is what I was in the mood for at the time that I requested it. Personally, I have to be in a certainContinue reading “The Grump Who Stole Summer | Ella Fields | Audiobook Review”

It’s All In How You Fall | Sarah Henning | Book Review

In It’s All In How You Fall, the main character Caroline Kepler is a gymnast a heart. It is all she ever thinks about and her goal is to finally make it to Nationals. This goal keeps getting pushed aside due to her chronic back pain. This year though she is determined to make itContinue reading “It’s All In How You Fall | Sarah Henning | Book Review”

The Best Is Yet To Come | Debbie Macomber | Book Review

If you have ever read a Debbie Macomber story, you know that there is usually a certain pattern followed. Her newest The Best Is Yet To Come is no exception. In this one, two characters are unexpectedly brought together and help each other heal. Both characters have been wounded but, find an undeniable pull whenContinue reading “The Best Is Yet To Come | Debbie Macomber | Book Review”

Saturday Movie Review: Next Stop, Christmas

Next Stop Christmas is a Hallmark Christmas movie that was released in 2021. It stars Lyndsy Fonseca as a career oriented doctor who is determined to spend Christmas alone but, suddenly her commuter train ride turns into a Christmas train and drops her off in her hometown during Christmas 2011. The movie also stars EricContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: Next Stop, Christmas”

The Bodyguard | Katherine Center | Book Review

The Bodyguard is a hilarious romantic comedy that put such a smile on my face. From the moment, Hannah and Jack meet, there are Sparks. There is also a slight complication – Jack is a famous actor and Hannah is the bodyguard who has been hired to protect him. It is the first time JackContinue reading “The Bodyguard | Katherine Center | Book Review”

Café Con Lychee | Emery Lee | Book Review

In Café Con Lychee, Theo Mori and Gabi Moreno are no strangers to competition. They are both on the soccer team, each having their own level of play. Theo is the savior of the team while Gabi is lucky if he remembers to tie his shoes properly before a game. These two characters are alsoContinue reading “Café Con Lychee | Emery Lee | Book Review”

Chasing the Four Winds

Reading, Writing, Nerding, and Honoring the Oxford Comma Since 1987.

A. A. MacConnell

When you write drabbles, you relieve the pressure of the epic novel expanding in your head.

The Calico Books

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