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Sweet as Honey

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Growing up, Lily Christner had been an ungainly girl with braces and glasses. One boy in particular, Dan, had called her names, which only made her feel worse. But Paul Glick had come to her rescue and had helped ease her loneliness. Over the years, Lily has blossomed into a beauty, although she is unaware...

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The Dark Vampire

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The Dark Vampire by Kate Baxter

Kate Baxter’s new story in the LAST TRUE VAMPIRE series has it all, danger, heat, suspense and spunk! Jenner is a ruggedly handsome, imposing, powerful vampire with an insatiable appetite for blood and lust with serious restraint issues. After losing control once, killing a damphir woman by taking too much of her blood, he is...

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A Gentleman Never Tells

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A GENTLEMAN NEVER TELLS is a quick paced read at only one hundred and sixty pages. I was able to read it in only a few hours and in just one sitting.  Although this is the first book in the ESSEX SISTERS series that I’ve read I was able to catch the flow immediately and did not...

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A Certain Age

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A CERTAIN AGE is women’s fiction set in the 1920’s over a period of about six months.  The story is told by newspaper articles in the New York Times relating to a murder trial that is woven throughout or by two of the main characters, Sophie and Theresa.  Theresa is a socialite whose husband has...

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The McCullagh Inn in Maine

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THE MCCULLAGH INN IN MAINE (MCCULLAGH INN #1) was a super fast read at only one hundred and sixty pages.  Not only that, but it’s part of James Patterson’s Bookshots Flames books which are supposed to be read in a few hours and it was – less than two for me!  I look forward to...

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