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The Final Score

The Final Score by Jaci Burton

Mia Cassidy and Nathan Riley went to college together and became the very best of friends. They decided early on that although they had one drunken intimate time together (which was very good), they weren’t ready to become serious with anybody. So they decided that just being friends with no benefits was the smartest way...

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A Season of You

A Season of You by Emma Douglas

It was nice to be back in Cloud Bay with the second book in Emma Douglas’s CLOUD BAY SERIES, A SEASON OF YOU. This time it is Mina Harper’s story along with Will Fraser. The two don’t seem compatible since he owns a bar and whiskey distillery and her husband was killed by a drunk...

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Christmas at Two Love Lane

Christmas at Two Love Lane by Kieran Kramer

CHRISTMAS AT TWO LOVE LANE is the first book in Kramer’s TWO LOVE LANE SERIES, and I look forward to reading more. Set in Charleston, South Carolina, with all its Southern roots, the book left me feeling that I was there. The Southern speak, mannerisms, people, locations, food, and traditions welcomed me with open arms,...

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A Stardance Summer

I believe this book is number ten in the Eternity Springs Series. The book is a standalone book. It was a real treat to review this book and re-visit Eternity Springs again and the lovely characters that live there. Liliana Howe is on her way to being her CPA firm’s youngest partner when she is...

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The Christmas Room

The Christmas Room by Catherine Anderson

THE CHRISTMAS ROOM by Catherine Anderson was more than I was expecting.  I was drawn in immediately by the characters and their relationships. Maddie, her son (Cam), and his son (Caleb) are transplants to Montana from California. While living on their land in tents and trailers until their home is built, their crotchety neighbor, Sam,...

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The Other Girl

The Other Girl by Erica Spindler

Miranda Rader worked hard to overcome her reputation as the wild child from her youth. She has become a respectable detective for the Harmony, Louisiana Police Department and is known for her honesty and ability to solve tough crimes. While investigating the very gruesome murder of a college professor, Miranda discovers a newspaper clipping in...

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