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Thin Ice by Irene Hannon


Whew! What a roller coaster ride that was! I had so much trouble putting this book down the few nights it took to read it because of the suspense and fast-paced action. 288 more words

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The Christmas Joy Ride by Melody Carlson


With Christmastime approaching, eighty-five year old Joy Jorgenson ran a contest on her website to see who was most lacking in joy this season. Joy loves Christmas and plans to take a grand trip to spread Christmas joy to some very deserving people. 168 more words

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Every Girl Gets Confused by Janice Thompson


Janice Thompson writes light-hearted, romantic comedies for women and uses her experience as a wedding planner to fashion stories around the wedding business. Every Girl Gets Confused is the second book in the Brides with Style series but the first I have read by this author. 247 more words

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One Enchanted Christmas by Melissa Tagg

Back in May, I read Three Little Words and From the Start by Melissa Tagg and enjoyed her writing so much that I signed up to receive email updates from her, which are just as humorous as her books. 183 more words

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Vendetta by Lisa Harris

I used to read every novel in a series of FBI thrillers by a certain author, and I really enjoyed peeking into the lives of FBI agents, even if they were fictional characters. 241 more words

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Murder at the Courthouse by A. H. Gabhart 

This is the first installment in Gabhart’s Hidden Springs Mysteries series, which is set in a small town in Kentucky. Michael Keane is a competent sheriff’s deputy who must investigate a murder committed on the courthouse steps. 194 more words

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Until the Harvest by Sarah Loudin Thomas


About a year ago, I had the pleasure of reading the lovely novella Appalachian Serenade by Sarah Loudin Thomas in anticipation of reading her first full-length novel, … 293 more words

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