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The Perils of Paulie: Ainslie Brothers #4 by Katie MacAlister

The Perils of Paulie: Ainslie Brothers #4 by Katie MacAlister

No one does fun and madcap like Katie Macalister, and this title is no exception. Another in her Ainslie Brothers series, let’s take a roadtrip as we go on a vintage car race around the world with two very different characters. Narrated by Brian Hutchinson and Saskia Maarleveld, please read on for my review of the Audio version of Read more of this post

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The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

I don’t know how many of you ever read Margaret Atwood, but I love her projection and speculation on situations that we think (or hope) that are purely fictionalized. But in this re-read of this book (I’ve read it frequently) mostly spurred on by the new television series on Hulu, I thought now would be a good time for  a re-read. Read more of this post

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Hideaway: The Godmothers #7 by Fern Michaels

Hideaway: The Godmothers #7 by Fern Michaels

A story in three parts. Normally I would pass on a serial, but it’s Fern Michaels and her Godmothers series y’all. HOW could I?  It’s been a while since I’ve read (for review) this series, and while I’ve kept up with my semi-monthly treks to the library or bookstore to play catch up on all of her books, this offer was too tempting.  Please read on for my review of Read more of this post

Friendship on Fire: The Bradens at Weston, CO #3 by Melissa Foster

Friendship on Fire: The Bradens at Weston, CO #3 by Melissa Foster

An interesting mix that blends the ‘small town” sensibilities we’ve come to know with the Bradens at Weston, Colorado series, but Melissa Foster opens horizons for our characters by taking them into the unforgiving world of fashion design in New York.  Narrated again by B.J. Harrison, please read on for my review of

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