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text 2019-02-01 11:29
February 2019 TBR
Abigail and John: Portrait of a Marriage - Edith B. Gelles
The Colour Bar: The Triumph of Seretse Kama and His Nation - Susan Williams
The Genius of Birds - Jennifer Ackerman
Rise of the Rocket Girls: The Women Who Propelled Us, from Missiles to the Moon to Mars - Nathalia Holt
1968: The Year That Rocked the World - Mark Kurlansky
Radio Girls - Sarah-Jane Stratford
Somewhere in France: A Novel of the Great War - Jennifer Robson
Master of Love - Catherine LaRoche
The Trouble with Valentine's Day - Rachel Gibson,Kathleen Early,Blackstone Audio
Maisie Dobbs - Jacqueline Winspear

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From my physical non-fiction shelf -  Abigail and John: Portrait of a Marriage by Edith B. Gelles and Colour Bar: The Triumph of Seretse Khama and his Nation by Susan Williams.


From my science reading list - The Genius of Birds by Jennifer Ackerman and Rise of the Rocket Girls by Natalia Holt. 


From my Nixon reading list - 1968: The Year That Rocked the World by Mark Kurlansky.


From my Winter COYER reading list - Radio Girls by Sarah Jane Stratford, Somewhere in France by Jennifer Robson, and Master of Love by Catherine LaRoche.


From my physical fiction shelf - The Trouble with Valentine's Day by Rachel Gibson.


Library pick - Maisie Dobbs by Jaqueline Winspear.


Finally, I am doing an experiment. Every Friday, I am going to read a short book from either my NOOK or Kindle. I am using Random Number Generator to pick from a list. I will announce these picks on my Friday reads. 







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text 2018-12-09 21:51
What I Love About You By Rachel Gibson $1.99
What I Love About You - Rachel Gibson


Ex-high school cheerleader Natalie Cooper could once shake her pom-poms with the best of them. But she's paid for all that popularity—her husband's run off with what's left of their money and a twenty-year-old bimbo named Tiffany. Leaving Natalie to manage a photo store and having to see some pictures she, well, really shouldn't.


Then she comes toe-to-manly chest with Blake Junger. Exiled to a remote cabin in Truly, Idaho, Blake wants nothing to do with anyone. Instead, he's determined to struggle with his demons and win—all on his own. But the last thing he needs is Natalie distracting him with her luscious curves and breaking down the barriers of his heart.


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review 2018-05-10 15:26
Crazy On You - Rachel Gibson

Crazy on you by Gibson_ Rachel
Story starts out with a woman who runs her own hair salon, lives next door to her mother and she is raising her 10 year old son.
He's obsessed with playing basketball to get good enough so his father will attend his games.
Story also follows the new police man in town who lives next door to them and he's got his own obsession.
Like how he helps the boy with his game and techniques. He also takes on her showing up in unsuspecting places.
Hot steamy sex scenes for this short story set in TX.
I received this book from National Library Service fo my BARD (Braille Audio Reading Device).

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review 2018-03-20 00:00
Daisy's Back In Town
Daisy's Back In Town - Rachel Gibson 3 stars

i was disappointed with this one. Daisy annoyed me so much when she waited 15 years and over 50% of the book to finally tell Jack that Nathan was his son and not her deceased husband's. ugh

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review 2017-12-31 18:23
The Art of Running in Heels (Chinooks Hockey Team #7) by Rachel Gibson
The Art of Running in Heels - Rachel Gibson


Ms. Gibson scores a victory with The Art of Running in Heels. Lexie and Sean make it easy not to take life to seriously. In a world of unnecessary reality shows, needless celebrity and heartbreaking current events, it's tales like Running in Heels that make you sit back and take notice. A flighty bride on the run finds her prince in the most unexpected of places. The first time I read a Rachel Gibson novel I fell in love. Through kooky characters and over the top situations, she provides wisdom. In this case she shows the benefit of loving yourself, despite what others believe. A lesson we're never too old to learn and share.

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