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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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“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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“The Last Victim”, by Karen Robards

  I’ll be straight, not everyone will enjoy this book. But that is the beauty of stories. There are so many different stories and authors and plots and genres that if you don’t like one you can pick up another … Continue reading

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“Sweet Talk”, by Julie Garwood

  Olivia survived a difficult childhood and being abandoned by her family, but that isn’t why she’s willing to go toe to toe with an aggressive FBI agent. Whether it’s being assaulted during a job interview or being yelled at … Continue reading

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“Close Your Eyes”, by Iris & Roy Johansen

  Kendra Michaels is a music therapist with a talent that makes her valuable to the FBI, if they can look past her blunt and sometimes abrasive personality. Blind at birth, Kendra’s other senses work at peak performance but when … Continue reading

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