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Checking Him Out for the Holidays by Debbie McGowan

I read this book today while home sick.  Raine O’Tierney mentioned that she was reading it, so I got the idea from her. I hadn’t read anything by Debbie previously and was unfamiliar with her books. This one read like

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Bowl Full of Cherries by Raine O’Tierney

 I have a soft spot for holiday stories and read them like eating peanuts, or m&ms, or Christmas cookies. On my list this year was this delightful story of unconditional love by Raine O’Tierney. Her tapestry of rich and well-developed

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Unwrapping Hank by Eli Easton

Yesterday, I read “Unwrapping Hank” by Eli Easton.  This was the second time I read it. (I often read books multiple times.) I like the cover, for the most part. The color scheme and magical effect, the Santa’s pack and

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Off on a Tangent to Happily Ever After

I just read a revealing, but not surprising article in Business Insider called  “Science Says Lasting Relationships Come Down to 2 Basic Traits”  by Emily Esfahani Smith. It’s not surprising in that those two traits are Kindness and Generosity. But

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5.22.14 Reading

I started three books yesterday. The Locker Room by Amy Lane The Locker Room is one of those sweet first love stories. Everything about the characters is awesome. The story is fun, but Amy keeps putting in these little hints

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As You Are by Ethan Day

I thought I’d be writing book reviews more often than I have. Aside from not having loads of time, I read book after book, then don’t remember the details. It’s hard to skim back over an electronic book, so I

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