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The Bluebird

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The Bluebird by Kristy McCaffrey

THE BLUEBIRD – WINGS OF THE WEST, BOOK 5 is a fast paced read with a depth to the characters and the story that kept my interest from the first page to the last as it unfolded. The book is a historical romance that is set in the late 1800’s that is reminiscent to me of...

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Dirty For Me

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Tamara Eliot was not looking for a ‘hook up’ when she accompanied a friend to a seedy side of town for a self-defense class. Her future’s carefully mapped out – work at her father’s company, marry the man her parents deem acceptable, and live in the lily white surroundings that demonstrate her family’s wealth.  Maybe...

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Sawbones

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A perfect example of a well-written, western historical thriller, SAWBONES by Melissa Lenhardt will renew your love of authentic historical fiction. Although its gritty realism may offend some readers, I was captivated by the genuine characterization. Accused of murder, Dr. Catherine Benton joins a wagon train heading west. Her only alibi is the resurrection man...

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The Scottish Duke

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Ranney is a new to me author and I don’t know how I’ve missed her books previously.  I look forward to reading the next book in the DUKE TRILOGY and will be adding many of her books to my always growing TBR pile since I enjoy historical romances and those set in Scotland.  A place...

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Hold Me, Cowboy

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After ten long years of celibacy Madison West has decided to end the dry spell and indulge in a sexual tryst with someone she deems as safe at a vacation cabin. Only things don’t go according to plan and instead of the salesman she’d propositioned, Madison ends up being snowed in, with no power and...

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