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Once Upon a Grind: Coffeehouse Mystery #14 by Cleo Coyle ~ AudioBook Review

Once Upon a Grind: Coffeehouse Mystery #14 by Cleo Coyle ~ AudioBook Review

Before I started reviewing, this series was one of the first cozies I had picked up, and I read as many as I could lay my hands on: it was my gateway into other older cozies with elements that intrigued, and while I don’t review them as often as romance, I do enjoy the variation.

AudioBook Review:

Cleo Coyle continues on with Clare Cosi and her Village Blend coffeehouse in New York.  Clare is hard not to like, and I enjoyed the development of her relationship with Matteo (her ex-husband) for when I last saw them, it was an uneasy friendship, not quite solid. Continue Reading

Ultimate Hero @KensingtonBooks Week 4

Ultimate Hero @KensingtonBooks  Week 4

Apologies all – information for the posts wasn’t sent until late – so I only have the remaining 2 matches in the quarter finals to share with you- a post today – and one tomorrow!

Welcome to the Ultimate Hero Search from @KensingtonBooks  Remember – your votes count – and you just have 24 hours to get those votes in !!

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A Gorgeous Mess: The Bent Zealots MC #2 by Layla Wolfe

A Gorgeous Mess: The Bent Zealots MC #2 by Layla Wolfe

Have you ever met something that was so wrong it was so utterly right? The first moment of a frozen hot chocolate, or a spiced hot chocolate that has a little bite from the inclusion of cinnamon and peppers? That sort of moment when everything you are says that something shouldn’t work so well – but it does anyway, and you want more.

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That is exactly the tone that Layla Wolfe has struck in her Bent Zealots MC series, and the latest book in the series, A Gorgeous Mess, Continue Reading

Hero by Samantha Young

Hero by Samantha Young

I’m a fan of Young’s On Dublin Street series, so this was a no-brainer choice.  The first in a new romance series, Samantha Young brings all of the good from the stories I know, and makes few missteps along the way.

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Alexis is a successful PA with her own family issues. Determined to make her own mark in the world to atone for and separate from her father’s mistakes, she is tenacious in her career and personal moves, leaving little room for missteps.  But, returning to work from a loss, she comes face to face with Caine, a young man who strikes a chord of potential for her, and gives her a chance to make amends to her father’s wrongs. Continue Reading

Christmas Wish: Countermeasure, Bytes of Life # 7 by Chris Almeida and Cecilia Aubrey

Christmas Wish: Countermeasure, Bytes of Life # 7 by Chris Almeida and Cecilia Aubrey

So, it is a bit odd to get a Christmas story in February, but let me tell you – I DON’T CARE!  Those of us who love this series have been waiting, impatiently patiently for this release for ages. Stephan and Jessica are so much a part of the ‘family’ in this story, it is a wonderful chance to glimpse into the life of the newlyweds.

For those of you unfamiliar with this series: Countermeasure is a Romantic Suspense series with some truly wonderful characters. The novellas, the Bytes of Life, are simple short peeks into the character’s days when not embroiled in the big missions or quests, and they all add to the connection that readers have with the characters, as we see their relationship struggles, developments and little moments with family and friends.

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Mistress Firebrand: Renegades of the Revolution by Donna Thorland

Mistress Firebrand: Renegades of the Revolution by Donna Thorland

As a fan of historic fiction, how could I not jump at the chance to read Mistress Firebrand, one of the Renegades of the Revolution series that Donna Thorland has created.  Using the American Revolution as the backdrop to her historic romances, Thorland’s creation of the setting and scene, addition of historical benchmarks and characters that fairly breathe through the pages, it was a wonderful read.

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In 1777, Jennifer Leighton is eking out a living as an actress and playwright, while staying with her Aunt Frances, an accomplished actress. Part of the ‘custom’ of the time was artists being supported and encouraged by patrons: and Jennifer’s search for an arrangement to bring her into the circles of influence in the theatre bring her into contact with General John Burgoyne. Continue Reading

Stella by Starlight by Sharon M. Draper – AudioBook Review

Stella by Starlight by Sharon M. Draper – AudioBook Review

AudioBook Review:

The year is 1932 and eleven year old Stella and her little brother Jojo are witness to a cross burning deep in the North Carolina woods.  Now Stella knows that the world isn’t always fair to her: she walks past the white school daily, she can’t enter the stores using front doors, and somehow, this new sight makes her feel unsafe for the very first time in her life.

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More about Paddington by Michael Bond

More about Paddington by Michael Bond

Today it is my pleasure to bring you a timeless favorite of mine, a children’s story that will enchant, entice and amuse. Everyone is familiar with Winnie the Pooh, the bear that walks you through early childhood. But let me introduce you to Paddington, a bear from deepest, darkest Peru, who has come to live in England! Appropriate for readers 6 and up, I used to hide away with my stories about Paddington for hours: he’s a very extraordinary bear.

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A perennial favorite since first released in 1959, Michael Bond has hit upon a story that is sure to please many. One step more difficult in reading level than the Pooh stories, Paddington’s tales are perfect for devouring all at once, or that one chapter before bed. Continue Reading