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Secrets and Lies

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After the death of her parents, Ariel Martin met and married her husband. She thought it would last a lifetime and she even went along with his extravagant lifestyle. But he left her for someone else. Shortly afterwards, she discovered she was pregnant. But when she told him, he threatened to get rid of the...

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Her Enemy at the Altar

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This book is an historical fiction and is a quick read with lots of turmoil and angst.  Set in London and England in 1815 it is Aaron and Constance’s story.  Their families whom live on neighboring farms have been involved in a feud for three hundred years.  When Aaron unintentionally compromises Connie things go from...

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The Summer of Me

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THE SUMMER OF ME was a quick paced inspirational faith based read. Destiny is the single mother of six year old twins.  Their father is married and financially more secure than she is and he and his wife can provide things for them that she can’t.  They take the kids to Los Angeles for the summer where their...

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A Better Man

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Candis Terry’s writing is reminiscent to me of books by Jill Shalvis, Rachel Lacey and Susan Mallery among others.  I have previously read her SWEET, TEXAS SERIES and FOR LOVE AND HONOR, an anthology that one of her stories is included in.  All were enjoyable reads so I was excited to see the author has a...

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Learning to Ride

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LEARNING TO RIDE is part of James Patterson’s Bookshots line and is the second one I’ve read having previously read THE MCCULLAGH INN IN MAINE.  They are books that are written with the intention to be read in only a few hours and this book at one hundred and forty four pages fits the bill....

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