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L.S. Murphy
L.S. Murphy obsesses about St. Louis Cardinals baseball, fangirls over her favorite authors, and watches every episode of Doctor Who like it's the first time. When she's not doing those time-consuming things, the former farm-girl turned city slicker turned suburbanite writes sweet romances for... show more

L.S. Murphy obsesses about St. Louis Cardinals baseball, fangirls over her favorite authors, and watches every episode of Doctor Who like it's the first time. When she's not doing those time-consuming things, the former farm-girl turned city slicker turned suburbanite writes sweet romances for teens and adults. Visit her online at lsmurphy.com and follow her on Twitter @LSMurphy
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J.A. Belfield
J.A. Belfield rated it 6 years ago
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this title from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This has in no way affected my opinion of the book. One of the first things I noticed about L.S. Murphy’s Neighbors was how fulfilling a story it was for only a novella; it didn’t read for a minute as so...
dearmfield
dearmfield rated it 6 years ago
Detritus a collection of stories about collections of strange and grotesque things people decide to horde for whatever reason. Hearts from living people, clocks to stay in tune with their pacemakers and severed heads. Overall the shorts gave me a lot of yawns.(Shots and Cuts by Mary Borsellino) Real...
J.A. Belfield
J.A. Belfield rated it 6 years ago
A Reason to Stay is undoubtedly a warm-fuzz-inducing story with a little cheese on the side. I make the cheese reference, because most contemporary romances must have a dash of requisite cheese before they can pass the true romance test—and this short and sweet and fast-paced tale certainly had its ...
J.A. Belfield
J.A. Belfield rated it 6 years ago
I haven’t read many reaper-type stories, involving death and ‘passing on’, but I thought Reaper was pretty fresh. Possibly because it had a mixture of genres and has the potential to please more than one type of reader preference. I have a feeling this may be marked as urban fantasy. Personally, I b...
Crazy Bibliophile and Book Pimp (Not So Anonymous)
The ending hit me like a tons of bricks.I got misty, and my chest was tight, eyes even brimming with tears...More to come...I receive a free eBook from J. Taylor Publishing via the Making Connections Blog Tours in exchange for an unbiased review.
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