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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”

Conventionally Yours | Annabeth Albert | Book Review

Conventionally Yours is an adorable LGBTQIA romance written by Annabeth Albert. The two main characters, Conrad and Aiden, are both gamers and often play against each other for the online video blog Gamer Grandpa. Their game of choice of Odyssey but their tactics are on the complete opposite of the competitive spectrum. This of courseContinue reading “Conventionally Yours | Annabeth Albert | Book Review”

Find Your Way Home | Jackie Ashenden | Book Review

Find Your Way Home is a new small town romance set in New Zealand. It is the first in the Small Town Dreams series. The first book follows Isabella Montgomery after she jumps on an airplane to Brightwater, New Zealand as part of the towns revitalization project. The project is led by ex paratrooper ChaseContinue reading “Find Your Way Home | Jackie Ashenden | Book Review”

What The Cat Dragged In | Kate McMurray | Book Review

What The Cat Dragged In is the second book in the Whitman Street Cat Cafe’ series. I had read the first one Like Cats And Dogs last summer and while I had mixed feelings about the main characters of that story, I had enjoyed the community that was formed. So when I saw the secondContinue reading “What The Cat Dragged In | Kate McMurray | Book Review”

The Lost and Found Necklace | Louisa Leaman | Book Review

The Lost and Found Necklace is a mixed bag for me. I read it in one day so it was a simple comfort book. The tone is easy, warm, and inviting but the characters and overall story was not that memorable. I didn’t find myself yearning to know more or stay with the characters whichContinue reading “The Lost and Found Necklace | Louisa Leaman | Book Review”

Like Cats and Dogs | Kate McMurray | Book Review

Like Cats and Dogs is the first book in the new Whitman Street Cat Café series by Kate McMurray. It is a romantic comedy set in a small town that has a cat café. The cat café is located right next door to the local vet office. When the new vet Caleb comes to town,Continue reading “Like Cats and Dogs | Kate McMurray | Book Review”

Country Music Cowboy | Sasha Summer | Book Review

Country Music Cowboy is the third book from the Kings of Country series. It was actually the first book I read in this series when I got approved for an advanced reader copy on Netgalley. I didn’t realize it was part of a series! You can read this by itself but, if you’re like me,Continue reading “Country Music Cowboy | Sasha Summer | Book Review”

Song For A Cowboy | Sasha Summers | Book Review

Song For A Cowboy is the second book in the Kings of Country series but, it can be read as a stand alone. This time the focus is on Emmy Lou King and her high school sweetheart Brock Watson. Communication issues and secrets drove them apart in the past but when they suddenly find themselvesContinue reading “Song For A Cowboy | Sasha Summers | Book Review”

Jace | Sasha Summers | Book Review

Jace is the first book in the Kings of Country series by Sasha Summers. It follows a family of musicians as they go through the ups and downs of family and tour life. In this edition, the focus is primarily on Krystal King and Jace Black who have an immediate attraction to each other. KrystalContinue reading “Jace | Sasha Summers | Book Review”

Chasing the Four Winds

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

A. A. MacConnell

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