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review 2018-10-18 23:33
Contemporary Romance
Brooklynaire - Sarina Bowen

Brooklynaire by Sarina Bowen is a fantastic contemporary romance.  Ms. Bowen has provided readers with a well-written book.  The characters in this story are stellar.  I totally love them.  The book is written in first-person, alternating point of view format, that I normally hate, but the author made it work in this fun book.  Rebecca had worked for Nate for years when he moved her to the hockey team that he owned.  Nate steps in to make sure Rebecca is getting the rest she needs to heal after she falls on the ice.  Rebecca and Nate's story is filled with drama, humor, sizzle and misunderstandings.  I enjoyed reading Brooklynaire and look forward to reading more from Sarina Bowen in the future.  Brooklynaire is book 4 of the Brooklyn Bruisers Series but can easily be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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text 2018-10-13 03:46
Bountiful (True North Book 4) by Sarina Bowen 99 cents!
Bountiful (True North Book 4) - Sarina Bowen

Once upon a time a cocky, copper-haired tourist sauntered into Zara’s bar. And even though she knew better, Zara indulged in a cure for the small-town blues. It was supposed to be an uncomplicated fling—a few sizzling weeks before he went back to his life, and she moved on. 

Until an accidental pregnancy changed her life. 

Two years later, she’s made peace with the notion that Dave From Brooklyn will never be found. Until one summer day when he walks into her coffee shop, leveling her with the same hot smile that always renders her defenseless.

Hockey star Dave Beringer has never forgotten the intense month he spent with prickly Zara. Their nights together were the first true intimacy he’d ever experienced. But the discovery of his child is the shock of a lifetime, and his ugly past puts relationships and family out of reach.

Or does it? Vermont’s countryside has a way of nurturing even tortured souls. The fields and the orchards—and hard won love—are Bountiful.

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review 2018-09-23 20:29
Last Night with the Earl - Kelly Bowen

I really liked the second book in this series.  The characters were well developed and entertaining. The plot was lively and flowed really well.  I was never bored.  The conflict was easily relatable and not far-fetched so that I was pulled along for the ride right alongside the two main characters.  Their story was vibrant, passionate, sad and hopeful, sweet and intense, and just plain wonderful.  The first one was good, but this one was awesome.  If you haven’t read book one, you can actually pick up this one and read without too much trouble.  It deals with the same family and where the first one ends, but the two characters and their story stand on their own and is a great stand alone as well as part of a series.

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text 2018-09-07 14:01
Cover Reveal #3 - Fireworks




by Sarina Bowen


Skye Copeland is on paid leave from her broadcasting job after accidentally drawing a wiener on the traffic map.


Let that sink in. Like it’s her fault the traffic pattern created a perfect schlong? 


Skye isn’t laughing. She needs this job. And that’s the only reason she’s willing to chase down a story in her least favorite place—that hell on earth known as Vermont.


A quick trip. In and out. Much like - never mind. She can sneak into the town that once tried to break her, get the story and slide back into the good graces of her producer. Easy peasy.


But things go sideways the moment she steps over the county line. Her stepsister is running from a violent drug dealer. And the cop on the case is none other than Benito Rossi, the man who broke Skye’s teenage heart.


His dark brown eyes still tear her apart. And even as she steels herself to finally tell him off after twelve years, the old fireworks are still there.


Things are about to go boom.



FIREWORKS is up for pre-order at:


⭐ Amazon: http://geni.us/AmazonFireworks 

⭐ iBooks: http://geni.us/AppleFireworks 

⭐ Kobo: http://geni.us/KoboFireworks 

⭐ B&N: http://geni.us/BNFireworks 




Can we also mention that: 




Don’t forget the first book in the series is free! While you're waiting, pick up Bittersweet at:


Amazon: http://geni.us/BsAmazon 

iBooks: http://geni.us/BsIbooks 

B&N: http://geni.us/bsbreach 

Kobo: http://geni.us/bskreach 

Google: http://geni.us/bsgreach 



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text 2018-09-04 19:44
Wrap up for the Summer of Spies
The Hanged Man - P.N. Elrod
Her Royal Spyness - Rhys Bowen
The Apocalypse Codex - Charles Stross

I am pleased to have finished 28 books as part of my Summer of Spies reading!  I knocked quite a bunch of books off my TBR and learned about some new series and authors that topped it right back up again.


I have to say that I loved the 4 Agatha Christie titles included in the total and that I appreciate the look into Ian Fleming’s work that I got through reading his biography plus 7 (!) of the Bond novels.  I also enjoyed Len Deighton and John Le Carré although I’m not sure that I’ll read much by either of them again.  I was very taken with Helen MacInnes and Somerset Maugham and can see myself perusing more of their writing sometime in the future.


I regret that I never did get to any books by Graham Greene.  His writing is a hole in my reading life that I must fill at some point, but unfortunately not this summer.


True to my fantasy-adoring self, my favourite reads of this summer were Rhys Bowen’s Her Royal Spyness series, Charles Stross’ Laundry Files, and P.N. Elrod’s The Hanged Man.


I hope that all of you who joined me in the Summer of Spies also had fun and got some memorable moments out of the experience.


And now, Happy Halloween Reading, everyone!



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