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review 2019-01-02 18:40
A Happy Endings Wedding (Happy Endings Book Club #11) by Kylie Gilmore
A Happy Endings Wedding - Kylie Gilmore



All a wedding needs is two people in love and the people that love them. For Josh and Hailey who took the scenic route to their happiness, the day has finally arrived, but the surprises just won't stop. Will they make it to their happily ever after with the bride's sanity still intact? A Happy Endings Wedding is classic Gilmore. There's humor, heart and honest emotion that will keep readers laughing through their tears and remembering why these characters are so easy to love.

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review 2018-12-29 09:19
Clover Park Boxed Set Books 4-6 by Kylie Gilmore
Clover Park Boxed Set 4-6 - Kylie Gilmore



Kylie Gilmore is in the business of making you feel good. With irresistible characters, witty dialogue and captivating stories, she warms the heart and even sneaks in a bit of common sense for good measure. Clover Park is the place to go when your spirits need a lift and your heart needs a break. Where else can you find small town fun with busybody neighbors, matchmaking family and a soulmate just waiting to be found? From playboy see and reformed workaholics to rakes needed to be reformed, there's always a good time and open heart waiting inside a Kylie Gilmore novel.


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review 2018-12-18 18:45
The Queen: Aretha Franklin - Mikal Gilmore,Adenrele Ojo


Why not try a free Audible original about Aretha Franklin? That was my thought and I'm glad I did try it, though it wasn't exactly what I expected.


I was a Rolling Stone subscriber for decades, (until they put the Boston marathon bomber on the cover, but that's another story.) One of the things I miss about the magazine is the in-depth articles on musicians and singers, which is what I thought this would be.


It turned out to be like an article, yes, and a very well researched one at that. It's my fault for thinking that, since this is an audiobook, samples of her music or even full songs would be included. They're not. Also, this isn't as much of an in-depth look of her life so much as it is a look at her musical life. Which isn't a bad thing, I just expected more.


Side note: *I just discovered that Mikal Gilmore is actually the brother of Gary Gilmore, the subject of the book THE EXECUTIONER'S SONG. How did I not know that?*


Anyway, this was free and as such I can't complain. Thanks, Audible!



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review 2018-10-25 02:44
An Inconvenient Plan (Happy Endings Book Club, #10) by Kylie Gilmore
An Inconvenient Plan - Kylie Gilmore



When love comes calling common sense can get lost in the shuffle. Luckily Kylie Gilmore provides a soothing balm for the bruised hearts and battered egos. An Inconvenient Plan charmed it's way onto my favorites shelf with an enchanting sense of humor and an overabundance of heart. The best kind of surprises are the ones we never saw coming, but have been there all along. Gilmore and her quirky characters make Valentine's Day an all year round event. A delightful tale from an unforgettable series.

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review 2018-08-02 00:42
Wicked Flirt (Happy Endings Book Club, #9) by Kylie Gilmore
Wicked Flirt - Kylie Gilmore


She thought she had him all figured out. Turns out she never even had a clue. Bring on the wicked banter, darling characters and scrumptious romance. Wicked Flirt hides a powerful message within an adorable package. Being human doesn't make us weak. In the painful moments and foolish choices is where we find the most strength. Those moments shape who we are. Lexi and Marcus are learning how to face fear. If they can make it through stubborn pride, long suppressed wounds and matchmaking friends, they can survive anything. It's an uphill battle, but they'll be better for it.

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