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review 2017-11-21 18:02
Leaving Everything Most Loved (Maisie Dobbs) - Jacqueline Winspear

Maisie investigates the death of an Indian woman working in London. Meanwhile Billy is looking for a missing boy (and not doing well) and things are getting complicated between Maisie and James. 


I don't know, I felt a little dissatisfied with this and the murdered women seemed to be almost incidental to the plot.

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review 2017-11-18 05:55
The Scoundrel Who Loved Me by Lauren Smith, Kristin Gabriel, Ella Quinn, Laura Landon
The Scoundrel Who Loved Me - Laura Landon,Lauren Smith,Ella Quinn,Kristin Gabriel


The Scoundrel Who Loved Me has all the workings of a great screenplay. Shocking reveals, intriguing secrets, chilling villains and tempestuous romance. From a kidnapped princess, to a missing antique, a dangerous love and an age old tale, these authors set about awakening the imagination as they lay claim to the mind and set up residence within the tight confines of the heart. 

A Scoundrel at Heart by Laura Landon - We all know the story of Beauty and her beast. The battered soul steps into the light with a beautiful heart to guide him. Laura Landon puts her own spin on a wonderful tale of redemption and healing, I never tire of hearing.

What do you get when you mix intrigue and danger with a bit of naughty temptation? Lauren Smith and Ella Quinn are ready to seduce with their tales of courageous women and dashing gentlemen on the adventure of a lifetime. Lauren Smith seeks to save a Princess and Ella Quinn sets out to rescue a Lady. Excitement and treachery know no bounds. Thrilling chills await.

The Secret Scoundrel by Kristin Gabriel - Ms. Gabriel does Agatha Christie proud. Humor awaits on this revealing caper of lust, love and mystery.

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2017-11-07 03:25
Review: It
It: A Novel - Stephen King

So it only took me forever, but not because the book was bad (obviously).  I'm just a slacker.


I don't know what to say about it other than it is another gem from the master, Stephen King.  It was well written and had the right amount of creepiness, horror and humor.


There are some triggering scenes with animal abuse that were discomforting to me.


And am I the only one who felt bad for It in the end?  I think it was the mom in me feeling a little softhearted as It begged for it's life and for the life of it's progeny.  But, of course, I know It couldn't be left to survive, nor could it's young.  But for a brief moment, I felt It's pain; the need to save itself and it's children.


All in all, it was quite the roller-coaster ride.



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text 2017-10-28 00:15
Reading progress update: I've read 1000 out of 1168 pages.
It: A Novel - Stephen King

So close I can see the light at the end of the tunnel!  This books is so creepy, but good.  I can't wait to finally finish it.

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review 2017-10-18 11:31
Loved by You (Tropical Heat) by Sophia Knightly
Loved by You (Tropical Heat Series, #5) - Sophia Knightly


Fate tends to make an appearance at just the right time.  There are moments where life can become unbearable, but then fate sneaks up to tap you on the shoulder and turn life in a whole new direction.  Piper and Roman have a history.  What began as young love matured into broken hearts. Life pulled them in different directions, but a chance meeting could be a new beginning for a love interrupted.  Ms. Knightly showcases humor, heart and a hint of mystery in Loved by You.  Sometimes crazy, but always delightful and that makes it irresistibly entertaining. 


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