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Olive, Again

by Elizabeth Strout I haven't read the first book Olive Kitteridge, from the synopsis it seemed as though it really didn't matter as this book would also stand alone. The only problems for me was that I just couldn't get in to this book at all. Even though the synopsis for this book really interested… Continue reading Olive, Again

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My Greek Island Summer

by Mandy Baggot Wow another great and funny read from Mandy Baggot. I just couldn't put it down. It's so hot off the press that Mandy Baggot has managed to mention recent British TV shows as well as a reference to world news. Which I have to say was a pleasant surprise, as so many… Continue reading My Greek Island Summer

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The Swords of Silence

by Shaun Curry This book may not be for everyone. To enjoy it I think you will have to have some interest in Japan and it's culture. Maybe have a little knowledge about way the country used to be run by warlords and their armies of Samurai warriors. For me this is book was a… Continue reading The Swords of Silence

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Studmuffin Santa

(Ponderosa Resort Book 1) by Tawna Fenske This book had me laughing out loud it's a short Christmas read. That is sure to get you in or keep you in the Christmas spirit. Along with romance, reindeer's and intrigue and a sexy stud-muffin Santa. Jade King owns a ranch but it's not your usual type… Continue reading Studmuffin Santa

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The House on the Lake

by Nuala Ellwood I don't read many books in the mystery & thriller genre, and I'm glad to say that I was given the opportunity to read and review this book. I enjoyed this book, so much so I know that I could read it again. I don't say that very often about the books… Continue reading The House on the Lake