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review 2018-03-17 20:29
A Reluctant Bride For the Rich Merchant's son, Faith Johnson

This clean Romance was an interesting story. However I did not enjoy it as much as many Faith Johnson's stories. I voluntarily chose to review this. I've given it a 4.5* rating. I would have liked the characters a little more substantial. The story itself was different, just a little thin on the characters.

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review 2018-03-13 18:19
The Amish Animal Detective, Ruth Bawell

I thought that this Amish Detective story was interesting. I voluntarily chose to review it. This Amish girl, with little thought what could happen, starts to investigate things. Thankfully, she starts to confide in the Detective. This sort of reminds me of Nancy Drew series, only with a Amish girl. I've given this a 4* rating.

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review 2018-03-11 19:55
A Baby For the Heartsick Widower, Faith Johnson

I really enjoyed this clean Historic, Western Romance. I voluntarily chose to review this and I've given it a 4.5* rating. This was about two heartbroken people who found each other through the Mail Order Bride Way. I wouldn't have minded it a little longer, it had a good ending. This was the 7th book in the Sweet Romance Collection although it was at least in one other collection.

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review 2018-03-10 19:23
The Broken Earl, Katherine Shelton

I enjoyed this Regency Romance. I've voluntarily chose to review this the 6th book of the Sweet Romance Collection. However, I've given it a 4 * rating. I found the Earl a little confused most of the time and not sure what he was doing. The readers were left not knowing what was really going on till the end. It was made very clear then why there was such a mess in the Lord's life, thanks in a big part to the heroine. Onto the next.

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review 2018-03-10 17:15
An Engrossing Sci-Fi Mystery
Micromium: Clean Energy From Mars - Davi... Micromium: Clean Energy From Mars - David Gittlin

Unlimited, clean energy is an elusive goal even in the future, where a company on Mars charged with mining the Mother Lode of minerals finds itself under investigation by an audit team which runs into more than mining operation discrepancies.


Micromium promises to be a solution to the world's clean energy dilemma and an ever-deepening environmental crisis.  One kilo of refined Micromium can power a major metropolitan city for an entire year without any environmentally harmful side effects.  There's much promise - but the team's latest probe may turn out to be their last as truths emerge that threaten not just projects and ideals, but lives.


Micromium may sound like classic sci-fi, but its roots lie just as heavily in a mystery as in its backdrop of Mars. Readers who turn to it expecting the mundane trappings of science fiction will uncover much more as they become involved in a blend of murder mystery, ethical conundrums, and corporate corruption and revelations that heavily impact mining operations and lives.  The story is thoroughly engrossing.


-Diane Donovan—Midwest Book Review

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