Category Archives: Fiction

“The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man”, by W. Bruce Cameron

 If you have been reading any of my book posts, you obviously have noticed that I tend to read female authors along the romance genre, so this was a change for me. I will say I’m very glad I picked … Continue reading

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“Me Before You”, by Jojo Moyes

A heartrending story of pain, love, endurance and grief. The story will stay with me for a long time even though I wanted to throw the book against the wall in the end.

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“River Road”, by Jayne Ann Krentz

Jayne Ann Krentz is taking a break from her Arcane Series to bring back her wonderful style of romantic suspense without the paranormal elements. In “River Road” Kentz ties the past and present together for Lucy, a forensic genealogist, and … Continue reading

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“Hotshot”, by Julie Garwood

 At fourteen, Finn MacBain, grew up. No longer was he a wild teen doing nothing but causing mischief, he faced death, even if it wasn’t his own. At six, Peyton Lockhart, almost died. If it wasn’t for the fast action … Continue reading

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“The Camel Club”, by David Baldacci

 It was actually the premier of the TV show “King and Maxwell” that inspired me to pick up a Baldacci book. While The Camel Club is not part of the King and Maxwell series it was still a wonderful political thriller featuring … Continue reading

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“The Heist”, by Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg

  It’s undeniable that the plot line of this book is very similar to a popular USA Network show. International Con Man and the FBI Agent who spender her career tracking and arresting him. After being hit by a bus, … Continue reading

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“Blossom Sisters”, by Fern Michaels

When Gus Hollister’s wife locked him out and filed for divorce, he tried to go back to the Grandma who raised him. There was no welcome party though when Granny Rose, Aunt Iris and Aunt Violet told him he wasn’t … Continue reading

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“Crystal Gardens”, by Amanda Quick

There aren’t a lot of respectable positions for a spinster in regency England and it is even more difficult when you possess a psychical talent. That is why the Flint and Marsh Agency specializes in placing women into positions as … Continue reading

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“The Wanderer”, by Robyn Carr

Departing from Virgin River, Robyn Carr is exploring the new town of Thunder Point in this first book of the series. Hank Cooper arrives in Thunder Point following the death of his Army friend Ben. Little does he know that … Continue reading

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“Shiver”, by Karen Robards

It doesn’t happen often but every once in a while a book cover will really bother me by the time I finish the book. I really like Robards’ storytelling ability and her stories tend to keep me wondering until the … Continue reading

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