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Review: Handle With Care - Jodi Picoult

Handle With Care is one of Jodi Picoult’s books that I hadn’t actually heard about until I saw it sitting in a charity shop. The blurb seemed interesting and I’ve read a few of Picoult’s other books so I had to pick it up for something different to read. 490 more words

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Review: The Perfect Mother

The Perfect Mother
By Aimee Molloy
Harper, 9780062696793, May 1, 2018, 336pp.

The Short of It:

Another page-turner that keeps you guessing.

The Rest of It: 352 more words

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Neither of Us Are Boyfriends by D.T. Mattingly

Bailey and I met two years ago. Since then, we’ve found comfort in quantity, since quality failed us before, and so many times. We found each other on the same platform we often fiddled with—two people fighting the conventions of monogamy at the time—fed up with a pattern of receiving the short end of the stick in previous partnerships. 591 more words

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"The Valley of Horses" by Jean M. Auel Review

The Valley of Horses

Author:  Jean M. Auel

Released: 1982

My favorite book I read last year was The Clan of the Cave Bear, so I was very excited to dive in to its sequel The Valley of Horses. 595 more words

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Elk Riders Complete Collection by Ted Neill

 

Elk Riders Complete Collection by Ted Neill is compromised of the five books in the Elk Riders series which are entitled: In the Darkness Visible, The Voyage of the Elawn, The Font of Jasmeen,The Journey to Karrith and The Magus. 104 more words

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Homewrecker

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Cassidy Jenkins hadn’t seen her childhood friend, Daniella Thompson, since their high school days. When she suddenly receives a call saying that she is coming for a visit, Cassidy is overjoyed. 4,362 more words

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Book Review: Washita!: Weird Custer by William Sumrall

Genre: Historical Fiction

Length: 251 Pages

Publishing Date: March 22, 2018

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From the Blurb:

In the historical fiction, “WASHITA!

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