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Rare Objects by Kathleen Tessaro | Review

In Depression-era Boston, a city divided by privilege and poverty, two unlikely friends are bound by a dangerous secret. . .

Maeve Fanning, a first generation Irish immigrant, was born and raised among the poor, industrious Italian families of Boston’s North End by her widowed mother. 559 more words

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Blog Tour Book Review: The Decent Proposal by Kemper Donovan

About The Decent Proposal

• Hardcover: 320 pages
• Publisher: Harper (April 5, 2016)

A humorous, heartfelt love story built on a tantalizing premise: would you agree to spend two hours a week with a stranger—just talking—to collect half a million dollars at the end of a year?

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Blog Tour - The Girl Who Stayed

Title: The Girl Who Stayed

Author: Tanya Anne Crosby

2016 – Fiction

Source: TLC Book Tours

The Story: After years of running from responsibility and her past, Zoe Rutherford returns to the island where she grew up in order to take care of the family’s home, which has fallen into disrepair due to years of neglect. 388 more words


A Scandalous Proposal (The Little Season #2) by Kasey Michaels | Review + Giveaway

The drama of London’s Little Season continues in USA Today bestselling author Kasey Michaels’s vibrant new series featuring three courageous war heroes surrendering at last to love… 821 more words

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Blog Tour Book Review: The Art of Calm by Rebecca Ascher-Walsh

About The Art of Calm

• Hardcover: 192 pages
• Publisher: National Geographic (March 29, 2016)

Let’s face it: the more we rush around, the shorter the days can seem.

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1,001 Ways to Live Wild

About 1,001 Ways to Live Wild

• Hardcover: 384 pages
• Publisher: National Geographic (March 29, 2016)

Bestselling author 14,000 Things to Be Happy About… 703 more words


Alice in Bed: A Novel by Judith Hooper | Review

Arm yourself against my dawn, which may at any moment cast you and Harry into obscurity, Alice James writes her brother William in 1891. 845 more words

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