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If You Were A Butterfly by Sonja Nagy

This is the first book in Sonja Nagy’s Nature Adventure series; and if she continues on in this vein I believe these books, were they in print, would soon be highly collectible. In If You Were A Butterfly, exquisite pastel watercolor illustrations (done by the author) teach the young reader about the life and habits [...]

By | 2018-02-11T21:57:18+00:00 February 11th, 2018|Children's Book Review, ebook review|0 Comments

The Teddy Bear Chronicles Vol. 1 by Donnalyn Vojta

Although the cover depicts three lovely teddy bears, The Teddy Bear Chronicles is definitely not for children as it deals with the adult issues of mental and physical abuse, stalking, and life-endangering relationships. Kelly Donovan is in a relationship with Mark who has funded her nursing studies. Mark is a self-made man who is comfortable in [...]

By | 2018-01-11T18:22:31+00:00 January 11th, 2018|Book Reviews, ebook review|0 Comments

Grumpy Groundhog by Maureen Wright

When the groundhogs doesn't want to leave his bed the people of the town entice him with gifts.   Beautifully illustrated and done in poetic form.   A sweet story for bedtime to read to young children.   Rating:  5 stars

By | 2018-01-08T22:33:11+00:00 January 8th, 2018|Book Reviews, Children's Book Review, ebook review|0 Comments

Tycoon (The Knickerbocker Club) by Joanna Shupe

Tycoon is the novella that kicks off The Knickerbocker Club series by Joanna Shupe. Set in New York City’s Gilded Age, we meet Ted Harper as he awaits his train at Grand Central Depot. As he stands alone on the platform he suddenly finds himself “staring down into the greenest eyes he’s ever seen”; the [...]

By | 2017-11-24T20:12:44+00:00 November 24th, 2017|Book Reviews, ebook review|0 Comments

The Braid: A Short Story by Angela Youriko Smith (Book Review)

Cambria is a teen-aged babysitter watching over five year old Missy as this tale opens. Missy doesn't want to go to sleep - at least that's what we're led to believe - and plagues Cambria with her pretend game of being like the invisible lady. But the lady is only invisible to Cambria. And by [...]

By | 2017-07-22T15:57:00+00:00 July 22nd, 2017|Book Reviews, ebook review|0 Comments

Book Review: Titanic Affair by Amanda Grange

The more Titanic-based stories I read, the more they sound alike. Anyone wishing to write a Titanic story truly has most of their work done for them as the facts of the event are never-changing. In Titanic Affair by Amanda Grange we have another of these romances set against the backdrop of the tragic Titanic [...]

By | 2017-05-18T21:35:12+00:00 April 21st, 2017|Book Reviews, ebook review|0 Comments

Book Review: Sand and Ash by Amy Harmon

Sand and Ash is by far the best book I’ve read this year. Taking a different view of the German persecution of Jews during World War II, the reader is brought back to Italy in 1943 where we meet Eva Roselli, a Jew, and Angelo Bianco, an American born boy who is sent to live [...]

By | 2017-04-10T21:45:57+00:00 April 10th, 2017|Book Reviews, ebook review|0 Comments

Bittersweet Memories by Lynn Osterkamp

The two most prominent families in Helena, Montana were joined when Anne Weller and Jerry Barnes wed over fifty years ago. Now, at age 73 Anne is a retired judge who devotes her time to care for Jerry who is in the moderate stage of Alzheimer’s. Her support system includes two of her siblings and [...]

By | 2017-05-18T21:35:12+00:00 April 5th, 2017|Book Reviews, ebook review|0 Comments

The Rakehell’s Seduction by Lauren Smith

Ambrose Worthing may be a cold-hearted rake with a reputation that has marriage minded mamas hiding their daughters; but when he learns of a wager placed on the betting books of White's gentlemen's club that will result in the public ruination of the Earl of Rockford's daughter he is compelled to intervene. He accepts the [...]

By | 2017-04-05T20:59:37+00:00 April 5th, 2017|Book Reviews, ebook review|0 Comments

Book Review: We Sink or Swim Together by Gill Paul

We Sink or Swim Together: an eShort Love Story by Gill Paul This story takes place on the ill-fated Lusitania, the ship that was sunk off the coast of Ireland by a German submarine during World War I. Based on the lives of an actual couple who met on board the ship and married six [...]

By | 2017-03-08T21:35:10+00:00 March 8th, 2017|Book Reviews, ebook review|0 Comments