Book Review

To Catch an Earl

To Catch an Earl The Bow Street Bachelors #2 Kate Bateman St. Martin’s Press, Jun 2020 330 pages Historical Romance Provided by Rep via NetGalley ⭐⭐⭐⭐ 4 Stars The cover is striking with the royal crimson of the woman’s gown and the purple of the bedding. The two dark-haired figures are rather striking as well.… Continue reading To Catch an Earl

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Journeys Through Faladon

Journeys Through Faladon The Titan Divide The Ruinsong Order Forge Fiction, Jul 29, 2020 Fantasy Provided by Author DNF/DNRate The cover of the book is outstanding with the eyes of the creature and the staff exploding with its icy power and the flames in the far background. The type used for the title was the… Continue reading Journeys Through Faladon

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Birth of a Baby Daddy

Birth of a Baby Daddy / Book Three of The Baileys / Piper Rayne ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ This is one of the best series around and if you aren’t reading it you are really missing out on the fun! This third book in the series starts out with a young, single woman from Seattle arriving in Lake… Continue reading Birth of a Baby Daddy

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QUICKIES

QUICKIES! This is a new category of review you’ll be seeing on my blog from now on. Since the pandemic and the governor’s orders to stay at home here in N.H., U.S.A., I’ve done a lot more reading than expected this year. In fact, I just adjusted my GoodReads Reading Challenge from 150 to 250… Continue reading QUICKIES

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Ropes

Ropes Burning Saints MC series #5 Jack Davenport ABS-olutely loved this book and this character. He is hot! I loved his idea for the MC to make some legitimate money now that they're getting out of the protection business. His background added an unusual depth to his character as well. I need to go back… Continue reading Ropes

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Guantanamo Voices

Guantanamo Voices Sarah Mirk, ed Omar el Akkad, intro Abrams Comic Arts, Sep 8, 2020 208 pages Comic/Graphic novels/nonfiction Edelweiss ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ The cover is colorful and spectacularly eye-catching. I love the catchline they used “TRUE ACCOUNTS from the world’s most INFAMOUS PRISON”. Yup, it certainly makes you want to pick this up and read it!… Continue reading Guantanamo Voices

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The Way a Line Hallucinates

The Way a Line Hallucinates Danielle Vogel Red Hen Press, Jun 2020 80 pages Poetry, contemporary Edelweiss ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5-Stars The cover is interesting and addresses a part of what is in this brief collection of poems. I feel it doesn’t show enough of the organic side of the poems, however, it is rather powerful. As… Continue reading The Way a Line Hallucinates

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When You Wish Upon a Rogue

When You Wish Upon a Rogue Debutante Diaries #3 Anna Bennett St. Martin’s, May 2020 336 Pages Historical Romance Provided by Publisher’s Rep ⭐⭐⭐⭐🌙 4.5 Stars The cover blends well with the others in the series and is rather pretty. I do like the sort of foggy background so that things are only suggested. I… Continue reading When You Wish Upon a Rogue

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Happy 3rd Anniversary

Happy 3rd Anniversary! I recently passed my third blogiversary here on WordPress and I was really surprised to find that it had been that long. Time really does fly when you’re having fun! It’s the people here that do it! That’s YOU! Thanks so much for reading, and keep your comments coming! Love you all,… Continue reading Happy 3rd Anniversary

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Rags of Time

Rags of Time A Thomas Tallant Mystery #1 Michael Ward Burnaby Press, July 2019 364 pages Historical mystery Provided by Author ⭐⭐⭐⭐ The cover is interesting and eye-catching all at the same time. The yellow and blue are heraldic colors that catch the eye easily. The use of the puzzle-shaping is related to the mystery… Continue reading Rags of Time