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review 2017-06-10 17:58
A very informative and interesting book
Erasing Scars: Herpes and Healing - James D. Okum

Erasing Scars by Dr. James D. Okun MD is a very informative and interesting book.
Bringing a new way to see beyond the disease, with Aesthetic Realism, this book can help you to develop the deepest desire to like the world in an honest way and
teach you an accurate way of dealing with the stresses inherent to your life. I recommend this book highly to everyone.

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review 2017-05-11 00:00
Healing the Quarterback
Healing the Quarterback - Leslie North Charlie Wild is like a kid in a candy store when it comes to women. Fame, money and his skill on the field, has made him a household name with a playboy rep. When injury comes calling, this wild child starts falling. This could prove to be the wake up call he needs to both his heart and his image. Dylan Rose and her healing hands have played a part in some of the best sports stars recoveries. She loves what she does, but has no time for bossy male egos. Charlie represents all the traits she despises. Arrogance, hardheadedness and a god complex that unleashes her sharp tongue. The sparks fly, the barbs land and the feeling overflow. Healing The Quarterback makes a great case for why Leslie North readers always come back for more.
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text 2017-02-09 01:41
New Release for Tequila Healing by D.L. Gallie The Liquor Cabinet Series

Tequila Healing

by D.L. Gallie The Liquor Cabinet Series Publication Date: February 7, 2017
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
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Mike Mustange was always the happy go lucky, life of the party. That was until the unthinkable happened. He swore off relationships; until he meets Savannah Blac. She worms her way into his broken heart; he can’t get her off his mind. Alone, after suffering a crushing loss, Savannah “Sav” Blac runs to protect herself and her family legacy. She takes a job, hiding in plain sight, hoping to keep everyone out. She doesn’t count on meeting Mike Mustange. He worms his way into her guarded heart; she can’t get him off her mind. Can Sav get Mike to open up his heart? Can Mike protect Sav while she keeps what’s rightfully hers? 

About DL Gallie

I’m from Queensland in Australia but I have lived all around the world. I’m currently living in Gladstone with my husband and two kids. I’ve been with my husband since I was 16, and even though we drive each other nuts at times, I couldn’t imagine my life without him. I got back into reading just after I had my son and with some encouragement from my husband I started to write, and now the voices won’t stop. I enjoy listening to music, drinking white wine in Summer, Red wine in Winter, beer all year round, I won’t say no to a cocktail either (specifically a margarita), reading and now writing.
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review 2017-02-04 21:51
Healing a Heart (Cattle Creek #2) by Amy Lillard
Healing A Heart (A Cattle Creek Novel) - Amy Lillard

 

 

 

Rancher Jake Langston prides himself on being the sensible type. But five years after the loss of his wife left him to raise their daughter alone, he indulges in a one-night stand with a sexy stranger. He thought he’d never see the woman again. Four months later, though, she’s standing in his drive with a big surprise.
 
Bryn Talbot wants nothing from the hunky cowboy who got her pregnant, but her Southern nature demands she at least tell him about it. When Jake’s family persuades her to stay for a while, she’s soon won over by their charms—and by Jake. But with the losses the two of them have suffered in the past, neither is sure if they’re ready to take the leap to forever...

 

 

I love the cover art on this book, total cozy home holiday card feeling. If you read Loving a Lawman you have to pick Healing a Heart up, I had a hard time with the way Loving a Lawman ended but reading this book I think I love Loving a Lawman so much more.

Lillard gives readers a reason to hold onto hope that Jake and Bryn can get over their head butting to opening up the blanket of frustration and mule headed stubbornness to finding something more honest, deeper and real.

It took awhile for these two to really capture me until now because there was so much tension and clashing that it was almost off putting however the investment was well worth the time both Lillard and myself as the reader have put into them.

Although Loving a Lawman was Jess and Seth's story we know these two from that book and have been waiting to see what would happen with these two since.

This is a complex dual layer emotional turmoil love but totally worth it in the end. I really enjoyed Healing a Heart. Way to go Lillard.

 

Amy Lillard

 

 

 

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This title will be available for purchase on February 7, 2017!


 
 
 

 
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review 2017-01-27 20:29
Other Gods (The Averillan Chronicles 1)
Other Gods - Barbara Reichmuth Geisler

Shaftesbury, England, 1141

 

It didn't seem so terribly evil, what she was doing. The bones were, after all, only bones. She remembered how Galiena had explained it to her in that maddening, superior sort of way, as if she didn't know anything at all. 'My dear,' Galiena had said, making it sound as if she was saying "you slut", 'he is dead. Died long ago. So this will be no harm to him. He is with God. Isn't that what you believe?' And the long, ovate, down-slanted eyes had glinted, reminding her of a snake. 'And if he is with God, he can have no need for his bones.' […]

 

The words echoing hollowly across her memory, she tiptoed to the shrine and, with surprising audacity, reached out and touched the box. There was no resistance. She put her hand to the latch and, with no more than a slight clicking, released it and lifted the lid. This was ridiculously easy. She peered into the gilded depths and saw the bones there, neatly arranged, not as if he had died, not as if he was in a coffin, but fumbled all together to fit. 'Surely it is not customary to open the reliquary to see if he is in there. No one,' – that had been Galiena's final, convincing argument – 'No one will look for the bones. Why would they? And therefore they will not know that they are missing.'

 

Another highly observant and rational nun solving mysteries in and around a medieval abbey. Surely we have enough of these series now? But Other Gods is well written, and it is different from most. For a start it is closer to Ellis Peters' Cadfael novels, and intended to be so – the same date, with England suffering under the warring Matilda and Stephen, and also the place, Shaftesbury, so similar to Shrewsbury, home of Brother Cadfael – but also closer in attitude and atmosphere: Dame Averilla, the infirmaress and herbalist, faces the same kind of internal problems that Cadfael always faces, for instance a formal and uncharitable sub-prioress, and a distant, aristocratic, abbess who seems totally out of touch.

 

Then a valuable book disappears – and so does one of the nuns, Dame Agnes, who is believed by many of the nuns to be possessed and whom Dame Joan, the sub-prioress, insists should be exorcised, although Dame Averilla believes her to be simply ill. But when this ill, or possessed, nun disappears into the Forest, who is to find her, who is to bring he back? Under Dame Joan's influence, the Abbess forbids Averilla to go in search of her. And Averilla of course is under a vow of obedience.

 

In fact Dame Agnes is found by Galiena, the local wise woman (witch, many believe) and her followers.

 

This Galiena, born into an aristocratic family but now come down in the world, is a fascinating character. When she was ten, her elder brother returned from the Crusades and introduced her to the art of healing as practised by the foreign healers in the Holy Land. Spurred on by this, she learnt all she could from the local wise woman. Then at the age of thirteen, and already stunningly beautiful, she was married off to a fat pig of a man older than her father, who soon took to beating her unmercifully. A few years later, "he died in dreadful agony", poisoned by her, and she was free to go her own way and practise her arts as a wise woman herself.

 

Unfortunately, and perhaps because she had already used those arts to bring about more than one death, the path she chooses to follow is the path of evil.

 

Now only Dame Averilla can stop Galiena and save Dame Agnes, but that is being made as dificult as possible for her by her superiors in the nunnery. Why?

 

A first novel in what seems to have set out to be a series that would appeal to Ellis Peters fans, Other Gods is set in exactly that same time-frame and we imagine Brother Cadfael busy in in the infirmary at his monastery in Shrewsbury; we even begin to wonder whether he and Dame Averilla ever met!

 

There is a Book 2 (Graven Images) and a prequel (In Vain) but they were published ten years or more ago - my copy of Other Gods is a second-hand paperback I picked up by chance - and though I should like to read more I don't think I will: even the Kindle editions cost far more than I'm usually prepared to pay for a new paperback. Another unlucky author with a couldn't-care-less publisher.

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