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text 2020-07-01 21:07
June 2020 Wrap-Up
Maerlin's Storm - Nav Logan
Crystal Zodiac - Katie Huang
The Brothers York - Thomas Penn
The Secrets of Ayurveda - Harish Chandra Verma,Gopi Warrier,Karen Sullivan

I haven't bothered with these monthly wrap-up posts in recent months because I've got so little reading done and with moving my account, it just got lost in the shuffle.

 

So anyway, four books finished in June. Only one fiction that I chose to read and it was pretty good. Three non-fiction from Netgalley. I seem to have a backlog of those all of a sudden. Some of them are a bit woo but I do take an interest in all sorts of things.

 

I'm reading several books at once so I may have more books done by the end of July. I'm still getting back to normal reading after the end of the world in march so I'm just glad to be reading again!

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review 2020-06-23 10:49
Audio Review: Play Me (The Steele Brothers) by Jennifer Probst, Narrated by Matthew Williamson
Play Me (The Steele Brothers Series, #2) - Matthew Williamson,Jennifer Probst

 

 

 

 

Play Me by Jennifer Probst

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Audio Review: Play Me (The Steele Brothers) by Jennifer Probst, Narrated by Matthew Williamson

Step outside the box and tango with a little taboo. Roman and Sloane were a pleasurable surprise that packed more than a hint of heat. The Queen of Cards and the Devil of Temptation are a sweet escape from the norm. Williamson showed Roman had a heart hiding behind that bad boy shell. Probst gave romance a naughty edge and stole the show.



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review 2020-06-22 15:24
The Brothers York
The Brothers York - Thomas Penn

by Thomas Penn

 

For some reason I expected this to be Historical Fiction, but it turned out to be History. It's about the Wars of the Roses and the Brothers from the York dynasty who might have filled the place that the Tudor family does in history instead, if it hadn't been for in-fighting.

 

There are long chapters with just the occasional line break. As such it took me quite a long time to read it in small increments. It was also just a bit dry, but the subject is interesting and kept my attention. I found it amazing how England came so close to having a very different history!

 

Overall I really enjoyed the book and it filled in a big gap in the my knowledge of history. I do prefer historical accounts that tell the story of people rather than impersonal war statistics and this definitely fulfilled that preference for me.

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text 2020-05-04 12:23
TOUR, REVIEW & #GIVEAWAY - Murder on the Mountain (Marshall Brothers #1) by Carolyn LaRoche
Murder on the Mountain (Marshall Brothers #1) - Carolyn LaRoche

@HotTreePromos, @Archaeolibrary, @debbiereadsbook, @CarolynLaRoche, #MotM_Release #CarolynLaRoche #RomanticSuspense #HTPubs, 3 out of 5 (good)

 

She trusts him with her life, but can she trust him with her heart?

 

Emma Thomas hasn’t been home in years. Only back in Staunton for a few months, she plans to put her investigative reporter skills to use in exposing the trafficking group using her peaceful, idyllic hometown to move drugs. But when she stumbles onto more than drugs, bullets start flying and she has to ask the one person she left Virginia to avoid for help.

 

Detective Adam Marshall has been working this cartel case for months. On the precipice of breaking the organization wide open, he can’t believe the one woman he’d never been able to get over now holds the key to closing his case. His head warns him to steer clear, but his heart won’t let him walk away when Emma’s life is on the line.

 

Thrown together by chance after so many years, Adam and Emma work together to break the biggest case of both of their careers and heal some old wounds in the process. Falling in love wasn’t on the docket for either of them, but things don’t always go as planned.

 
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review 2020-04-25 22:23
Spark (Burns Brothers #3) by: Gillian Archer
Spark (Burns Brothers #3) - Gillian Archer

 

 

 

Archer reeled me in with a heartbreaker of a bad boy and a spitfire of a heroine. Spark is all kinds of combustible. Sabrina and Logan bounce flames of of each other that will easily set the heart on fire. Logan is a wounded alpha with the scars to prove it. He has quite a bit to answer for when it comes to his previous behavior told Sabrina. Sabrina offered him her heart, but received nothing in return. Fast forward two years and one almost tragedy and Logan comes face to face with his unpleasant past. Could he have finally gotten the message when it comes to life and pride? Step into a world where the temperature rises with ever page you turn. Spark pushes buttons when it comes to emotions and scored a perfect 10.

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