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The Bookstore on the Beach by Brenda Novak – Harlequin Winter 2021 Blog Tour Review

  The Bookstore on the Beach is my first Brenda Novak novel, and I enjoyed the different storylines and dramas that interwove throughout. Featuring three generations of women in one family, this book follows their dramas, the fears, and their high points over a summer on the beach in North Carolina. Grandmother Mary owns a […]

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The Path To Sunshine Cove by RaeAnne Thayne – Harlequin Winter 2021 Blog Tour Review

  I really loved the first book in the Cape Sanctuary series, The Sea Glass Cottage, and I think I loved the second installment even more. The Path To Sunshine Cove hit all the right romance buttons for me: emotional, romantic, relatable and unique characters, but above all heart-hurting backstories with moments of brightness and […]

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Tell No Lies by Allison Brennan – Review – Harlequin 2021 Winter Blog Tour

  Allison Brennan isn’t a new-to-me author, having read Love Me To Death and Notorious in the past and enjoyed both of these books. The second installment in the Quinn & Costa Thriller series is Tell No Lies. Focusing on a mobile FBI unit as they investigate the murder of a college student and illegal […]

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And Then She Vanished by Nick Jones – #TLCBookTours Review

Time travel is hard to get right without being cheesy or too complicated to understand, and Nick Jones’ novel And Then She Vanished is definitely neither of those things. Centered around the disappearance of Joseph Bridgeman’s sister when they were young, this novel explores what it’s like to experience and live with a trauma such […]

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Back in the Texan’s Bed by Naima Simone – Harlequin Desire Blog Tour

  It’s been a hot minute since I’ve read a book featuring second-chance romance or a secret baby, and Back in the Texan’s Bed by Naima Simone has both. Three years earlier, chef Charlotte Jarrett and oil heir Ross Edmond have a secret romance. Tired of being kept a secret since a relationship between the […]

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Until We Are Lost by Leslie Archer – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

Just like my previous book review of Holly Bourne’s Pretending, Leslie Archer’s psychological suspense novel Until We Are Lost deals with heavy subject matters in rape, PTSD, and mental health. Tara Peary has a twin sister that has been missing for months. While Tara’s search for her sister leads her to New York City, she […]

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