Tag: truly bewitched (5*)


The Cottage at Firefly Lake by Jen Gilroy – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

   The Cottage at Firefly Lake is a great second-chance romance featuring a picturesque small town on a Vermont lake, full of summer vacationers and the townies who cater to those who fill the area for the busy season. Over twenty years ago, Charlotte and Sean met in just this way when Charlie’s family would […]

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Close Enough To Touch by Colleen Oakley – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

  I have a lot of allergies. Perfumes, lotions, all sorts of fragrances can make my throat swell up and leave me itchy and rashy–even when I’m not the one wearing the fragrance. I’m also allergic to dust mites, all sorts of plants, and several medications, so it’s all sorts of fun trying to narrow […]

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The Hideaway by Lauren K. Denton – #TLC Book Tours Review

  After reading such heavy, dark books that I’ve tackled lately, I needed a book that was as fun, emotionally healing, and loving as The Hideaway.  Lauren K. Denton’s debut is a knockout–full of family ties, self-discovery, a little bit of mystery and romance, and a bunch of digging into your family’s past to find out […]

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In the Blue Hour by Elizabeth Hall – Blog Tour Review and Giveaway

  In the Blue Hour is a hauntingly beautiful book rife with Native American folklore and traditions. Fifty-something-year-old Elise has lost her long-time husband Michael to a tragic car accident–one she’d dreamed of a few weeks prior to it happening–and seven months later she’s still floundering. They’d known each other since they were kids in northern New Mexico […]

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Blog Tour Review and Giveaway – Beulah’s House of Prayer by Cynthia A. Graham

  I first encountered Cynthia A. Graham’s writing with her debut, Beneath Still Waters, and I fell in love with her writing and her characters. She has such a way of writing historical fiction that doesn’t stick out as taking place in the past, and the people are so unique and vivid that they still […]

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A Haunting Beauty of a Book – The Monster’s Daughter by Michelle Pretorius – Book Tour Review and Giveaway

  The Monster’s Daughter was very haunting, beautiful, and I really enjoyed the journey. There’s really three genres going on in this book; it wasn’t just your run of the mill murder mystery. There’s a mystery/thriller with main character Alet and her investigation into the murder of a woman in small town Unie, and there’s a […]

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Blog Tour Review and Giveaway – The Branson Beauty by Claire Booth

  I really love when I can start a book and feel like I’m at home in the world, right from page one, and The Branson Beauty is a book that had me feeling that way as soon as I started reading. Following Sheriff Hank Worth, recently appointed to the position of sheriff of Branson, […]

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The Gun Runner by Scott Hildreth – Review, Guest Post, and Giveaway

Terra Agrioli is a trust fund baby, pampered and sheltered as only a mafia princess can be. Her father runs the Kansas City mafia with an iron fist, and she’s never been sure if people want to be her friend or lover because of who she is or her father is. When her abusive ex-boyfriend […]

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Blog Tour and Giveaway – We’re All Damaged by Matthew Norman

  Some books are chock full of my sense of humor—sarcastic wit, jokes bagging on pop culture from the 80s and 90s, and a glass-half-empty protagonist who thinks that things are never going to get better, so why should he try? We’re All Damaged has all of these things and more, and it really hit […]

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Review and Giveaway – Where We Fall by Rochelle B. Weinstein

I really love books where you get different characters’ points of views, slowly gleaning the truth out of them all one by one–and this book does just that. In Rochelle B. Weinstein’s WHERE WE FALL, a marriage that is hanging by a thread due to a wife’s long term bouts of depression and the husband’s […]

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The Rivals of Versailles by Sally Christie – Blog Tour and Review

I really liked and enjoyed Sally Christie’s fictional telling of France’s King Louis XV’s first mistresses, the Nesle sisters Louise, then Pauline followed by Marie-Anne, then briefly Diane, in The Sisters of Versailles (my review here). The intrigues of French court and how easily this King could be manipulated and lead by women to do […]

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