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review 2017-11-02 16:29
You Forever (Cameron Farms) by Melanie Jayne
You Forever (Cameron Farms Book 3) - Melanie Jayne

 

Along with the humorous antidotes and the abundance of emotion, Ms. Jayne keeps the surprises coming and the love growing with You Forever.  Small town living combines with big personalities and irresistibly sweet life lessons.  Love and life are forever changing.  Matt and Ashley are quickly learning that there is no time table.  You Forever, puts the heart in romance and brings the laughter along for the ride.  

 

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review 2016-02-20 19:29
"Otis and the Scarecrow" by Loren Long
Otis and the Scarecrow - Loren Long

This is a great book about friendship. This could be a great book that could use to teach the importance of friendship. I would use this book during fall season. Could be used for comprehension and predictions

 

 



Interest LevelGrades PreK - 1

Grade Level Equivalent4.3

Reading motivation programAccelerated Reader

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text 2015-12-09 07:03
Cover Reveal # 2 - YOU ONLY

 

Melanie Jayne
You Only
Cover Reveal – 12/09/2015

 

Blurb:

 

Fifteen years ago the hometown princess ran away...

 

Her prince, Finn Webber, has moved on but he never forgot his heartbreak. Now, Hale Cameron, his lost love, is back and he is curious. This new Hale is smart, sassy and sexy.

 

Hale is back home and all grown up. She's smarter and sassier. But there are still things she needs to resolve, one of which is Finn Webber, the guy whose heart she broke. She hopes he can forgive her for her past mistakes. What she doesn't expect is his reaction to her.

 

Time may have passed, but old feelings are still alive. Find out what happens when the hometown princess comes home and discovers that her prince isn't as immune to her as she believed.

 

 


About Melanie Jayne:

 

I live on a grain farm southeast of Indianapolis, Indiana with my very patient husband of twenty-five years and our two English Mastiffs, Buster Brown and Ginger. I graduated from Indiana University when it was the #1 party school in the country and I took great pride in helping the school achieve that ranking.

 

I haven't figured out what I want to be when I grow up. I change careers every decade. I have worked in retail, a federal courtroom, travelled across the state closing loans, and behind the scenes in a casino.

 

I've always had an active imagination so when a good friend suggested that I try writing a book, I thought why not, it should be fun. It has, but I have had to work very hard to learn how to do it. I am so lucky for the outpouring of advice and education from so many in the industry, plus the hand-holding and cheerleading from My Gurls. I also have an incredible Ad-man-istrative Assistant, who tries to keep me under control. He rolls his eyes so much that I worry about a permanent condition.

 

When I ‘m not working or writing type stuff, I sleep, watch courtroom TV shows, and sports. I was a competitive pro-am ballroom dancer for ten years and I read as many books as I can.

 

I love to attend Author-Reader Conventions and look forward to meeting you.

Website: http://www.readmelaniejayne.com/
Twitter:
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mjsmut
GoodReads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/13547924.Melanie_Jayne

 

 

 

 

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review 2014-06-30 13:22
The Last MacKlenna by Katherine Lowry Logan
The Last MacKlenna - Katherine Lowry Logan

I’m in love with a fictitious character by the name of Dr. Elliott Fraser. Not since Rhett Butler have I found a character so endearing, so arrogant, so loving, so annoying – a truly complex man who is given to the reader bit by bit until by book’s end you want to cry because the story is over.

 

The Last MacKlenna is the prequel to The Ruby Brooch and I must say I don’t usually give much thought to prequels. But this one took me by surprise – grabbing me by the collar and throwing the book at me (figuratively). Meredith Montgomery meets Elliott Fraser over the Christmas holiday when each of them escapes from their busy worlds and stay at a B&B in Scotland – one in search of her ancestry and the other there for various reasons. For Elliott it is love at first sight although he mistakes his love for lust. Meredith – a young widow and head of a California winery that’s been in her family for generations – see Elliott has a holiday fling, perhaps her last as she has recently been diagnosed with a return of the breast cancer that she beat five years earlier.

 

What ensues is a cat and mouse game between the two that takes us from Scotland, to Kentucky, to California and back again as we try to keep up with these two corporate jet-setters.

 

The Last MacKlenna is a love story, a murder mystery, a bit of history, and a throw back to another time and place that will keep the reader guessing until the final pages whether or not its true love for Meredith and Elliott. I couldn’t wait to finish the story yet didn’t want the story to end. I’m looking forward to The Sapphire Brooch.

 

If you like Scotland, men in kilts, and whiskey then this book is for you – and even if you don’t you’ll learn to love them after you read this book.

Source: marionmarchetto.com/wp/book-review-the-last-macklenna-by-katherine-lowry-logan
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review 2014-01-20 10:39
Darla's Story - Mike Mullin

I saw this book and decided to read it, since I have been interested in this series for a long time. 

But after reading this? I am not sure if I want to read it. I am sure Darla will play a big role and after this book I am not sure if I like her that much. 

I loved her at the beginning, she was a bit awkward with things, a bit silly, a little tomboy, but as soon as the volcano erupts and hell breaks loose she turns into a mechanical zombie that is only thinking about fixing this and that, going here and there. I felt kind of sorry for her mom. While they shared enough moments, I felt like Darla was just too cold regarding things.

Then we got Ruby, Oh God, Ruby. The reason why this book is also losing a star. She was a total idiot (sorry, but she was), determined to annoy everyone and I truly disliked how she acted and how she did things. It might have all been a show to steal stuff, but I don't buy that. Some people are just like that. I have no clue how Darla's mom ever stayed with her for a while without throwing Ruby out. And then the ending, it was to be expected.

I am kind of curious as to who the boy/girl/person in the shed was, so maybe I will try out book 1.

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