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AWRW Book Review: Moody Not Broody, by Author Kathryn Player #WomensFiction

Emma is a newly-wed looking forward to some blissful years with her new husband, Mike, but everyone else expects her to have children. Emma is a teacher and so, in everyone’s mind, she MUST want children. 429 more words

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What Lies Beneath by Charlena Miller REVIEW

Set in modern-day Scotland and laced with adventure, romance, and hope, What Lies Between reminds us that love and belonging are often discovered in the most unexpected places. 216 more words


AWRW Book Review: God Doesn't Love Us All The Same, by Author Nina Guilbeau

Janine Harris never really thought about homeless people. She barely even notices them as she passes them by on her way to work in downtown Washington D.C. 725 more words

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Want a free copy of Voice of Innocence (paperback)?  Enter my giveaway at goodreads.com using the following link: https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/128920-voice-of-innocence.  The giveaway ends March 20th.  While you’re there, be sure to add… 31 more words

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Taylor Jenkins Reid's Maybe in Another Life

“Every second of every day, the world is splitting further and further into an infinite number of parallel universes, where everything that could happen is happening.” 331 more words


Cover Reveal: MAYBE IN ANOTHER LIFE by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Are you ready to see this gorgeous cover? Out July 7 with Atria/Simon and Schuster…

From the acclaimed author of Forever, Interrupted and After I Do… 289 more words


The Haunting of Maddy Clare by Simone St. James

If you like scary ghost stories that don’t get too graphic, The Haunting of Maddy Clare is for you. This book is doubly good for mystery junkies; the ghostly element is an interesting twist on the typical whodunit storyline. 211 more words