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AT Stake – A Book Review

NEW RELEASE…. A desperate attempt to survive, or the plot of a twisted killer? Bombs rip through the Boston Marathon crowd. Just like the last time, hysteria engulfs New England. Alex’s injured partner clings to life, and she won’t sleep until the culprit is found. Can she push her way on to the task force? Rumors… Continue reading AT Stake – A Book Review

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Embracing Her Heart – A Book Review

  NEW RELEASE…….. Welcome to Oak Falls, Virginia, home to horse farms, midnight rodeos, bookstores, coffee shops, and quaint restaurants where you’re greeted like family and treated like treasured guests. Buckle up for a wild ride. Like any Southern girls worth their salt, the sweet-talking, sharp-tongued Montgomery sisters can take men to their knees with… Continue reading Embracing Her Heart – A Book Review

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The Secret of the Lost Pharoah – A Book Review

Mystery lovers will need to hold on to their hats for this follow-up to City of Gold, which reviewers described as “a fast-paced action adventure” that is “akin to an Indiana Jones story set in modern times.” Now, the second in the series promises to bring much of the same excitement! Join archaeologist and adventurer Matthew… Continue reading The Secret of the Lost Pharoah – A Book Review

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Embraced at Seaside – A Book Review

NEW RELEASE……..  Sweet with Heat: Seaside Summers features a group of fun, flirty, and emotional friends who gather each summer at their Cape Cod cottages. They’re sassy, flawed, and so easy to relate to, you’ll be begging to enter their circle of friends! All books can be read as stand-alone novels.In Embraced at SEASIDE…  After… Continue reading Embraced at Seaside – A Book Review

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March – Nothing but a Lion

March came in like a lion. I was hoping, with Easter being April first, March would go out like a lamb. No such luck. While April 1 was not a horrible day, it was brisk and damp, about 38F, as I set out to hide 400 Easter eggs for my parish egg hunt. That was… Continue reading March – Nothing but a Lion