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Second Summer of the Sisterhood by Ann Brashares

The Second Summer of the Sisterhood: by Ann Brashares. I enjoyed this second installment of the Sisterhood even more than the first. Carmen tries (and fails) to be the anti-matchmaker, Lena has to deal with quite a few losses this time around, while Tibby takes a summer course, and tries to make sense of life…after… Continue reading Second Summer of the Sisterhood by Ann Brashares

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Mini-review: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares

Hi everyone. I hope you are well. I have been reading and, this last two weeks, dealing with hurricanes and hurricane damage but all’s well now. I have a mini-review for you of my latest finished read. Second in a series.  The first was The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. And I could’ve sworn I… Continue reading Mini-review: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares

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Mini review: A Victorian Grimoire by Patricia J. Telesco

This will be a different review than you’re used to, it’s a non-fiction, pagan primer, so to speak, I’ve had on the TBR list… A Victorian Grimoire by Patricia J. Telesco Personal purchase…quite a few years ago! A Victorian Grimoire had some interesting historical tidbits–not as much as I’d hoped, and some were a bit…… Continue reading Mini review: A Victorian Grimoire by Patricia J. Telesco

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The Yden Collection, a fantasy saga by Suzanne G. Rogers

Suzanne G. Rogers has released a boxed set of her Yden series–The Yden Collection which is a saga of teenaged wizards and dragons. First up, in The Last Great Wizard of Yden. The story concerns Jon Hansen whose father disappears on Jon’s 16th birthday. Jon insists he saw someone kidnap his father in a flash… Continue reading The Yden Collection, a fantasy saga by Suzanne G. Rogers

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Review: Rules for a Proper Governess

Rules for a Proper Governess by Jennifer Ashley (This book was a personal purchase) Synopsis from Good Reads: To Kiss A Thief… Scottish barrister Sinclair McBride can face the most sinister criminals in London – but the widower’s two unruly children are a different matter. Little Caitlin and Andrew go through a governess a week,… Continue reading Review: Rules for a Proper Governess

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Review: Kitty Takes a Holiday

Kitty Takes a Holiday by Carrie Vaughn (Narrator: Marguerite Gavin) (I borrowed this audiobook from the library) In Kitty Takes a Holiday, werewolf and radio talk show host, Kitty Norville, decides to take a break from her radio show, The Midnight Hour, and rents a cabin in the woods. Things go a little sideways when… Continue reading Review: Kitty Takes a Holiday

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What I’m reading right now: Christmas historical romance by Laura Strickland

So what I’m reading right now. I haven’t had much time to read, even post Nanowrimo, as I’m trying to finish up that manuscript and one other, but I’ve been pecking away at this one, on my Kindle. The Tenth Suitor by Laura Strickland. An historical (Scottish) Christmas romance novelette Synopsis: When Edwina’s father invites… Continue reading What I’m reading right now: Christmas historical romance by Laura Strickland

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review: Witch’s Moonstone Locket, by Marsha A. Moore

WITCH’S MOONSTONE LOCKET Coon Hollow Coven Tales, book 1 by Marsha A. Moore Reading copy: personal purchase. Marsha A. Moore’s novel, WITCH’S MOONSTONE LOCKET, the first in a new series, incidentally, called Coon Hollow Coven Tales, concerns Jancie a young woman who wants to go to the coon hollow coven festival, but there’s a problem…her father is intensely… Continue reading review: Witch’s Moonstone Locket, by Marsha A. Moore

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Review–Magical Misperception by Suzanne G. Rogers

Magical Misperception by Suzanne G. Rogers   Magical Misperception is the story of a peasant girl who captures the heart of a prince. Jona is a dreamer who would rather be off in town playing bandits than dressing up in frilly things, regardless of the fact the queen herself is due to parade through the… Continue reading Review–Magical Misperception by Suzanne G. Rogers