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Warrior Lit: We'll Always Have Paris - Jennifer Coburn

Title: We’ll Always Have Paris
Author: Jennifer Coburn
Pages: 372
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Genre: Memoir
Rating: ★★★✩✩

“Aren’t you glad we changed the days?” Katie asked. 604 more words

Stone Mattress

For those of you who stay for the credits after a Monty Python movie there is a reward.

I have never understood why books include a note about the typeface. 904 more words

Book Review

The One That I Want - Marilyn Brant


THE ONE THAT I WANT is Book 2 in Marilyn Brant’s Mirabelle Harbor series, but this story and all of the contemporary romances in this series can be enjoyed as stand-alone novels. 2,177 more words


“We teach girls shame. Close your legs. Cover yourself. We make them feel as though by being born female, they are already guilty of something. And so girls grow up to be women who cannot say they have desire. 18 more words

A Bridge to Love - Nancy Herkness


Widow Kate Chilton bravely raises two young sons alone, drawing on memories of her happy marriage to give her strength. When she discovers that her marriage was not what it seemed, her world is shattered. 796 more words


The Lives Between Us - Teresa Rizzo


The Lives Between Us is about family and love. It’s about desperate people doing what they need to, to save the ones they love. 775 more words