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review 2021-08-27 03:02
Boldly (Breakers Hockey) by: Elise Faber
Boldly (Breakers Hockey) - Elise Faber






Boldly by Elise Faber

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Boldly is a life lesson waiting to be learned, in need of being taught. Oliver and Hazel are a study in moving on, even at the risk of breaking your own heart. Faber speaks to the vulnerable pieces of who we are and exposes the courage of what would could be. Honesty laced with humor backed up by heart.

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text 2021-02-21 06:23
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by Elise Faber

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review 2020-12-12 15:20
Christmas at Roosevelt Ranch by: Elise Faber
Christmas at Roosevelt Ranch - Elise Faber




There's always a Scrooge or Scroogette to shake up the season. Faber puts a fresh spin on a familiar story that refuses to get old. Christmas at Roosevelt Ranch brushes off the dust of the old and open new eyes to how heartwarmingly special this life lesson truly is. With a little bit of heart and an open mind, the rest will fall right into place.
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review 2020-06-28 01:29
Virgin Daiquiri (Love After Midnight Book 2) by: Elise Faber
Virgin Daiquiri (Love After Midnight Book 2) - Elise Faber




Virgin Daiquiri by Elise Faber

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Faber doesn't play emotions by ear. She takes them to heart. Virgin Daiquiri is sweet and complex. The emotions are raw enough to pull at heartstrings and captivating enough to show the beauty of love. Brent and Iris are a soul stirring contradiction that will have emotions eagerly taking notice.

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review 2020-06-16 16:39
Review ~ Decent read
Where We First Began - Rebecca Elise

Book source ~ Review copy. My review is voluntary and honest.


Aubrey Harrison is a student at Texas A&M. The night of Chilifest she leaves the party to head home and swerves to avoid hitting a deer. Ok, side note here from Auntie Carol: never swerve to avoid hitting an animal unless you have plenty of clear space to do so AND you are not traveling at a high rate of speed. Because of this very reason - she runs off the road and flips her truck, ending up in the hospital and in a coma. Seriously. Hit the deer instead. You’re less likely to be hurt. Ok, back to the review.


Aubrey wakes up in San Antonio in 1836. Yep. 1836. She is still Aubrey Harrison, but not the Aubrey these people know. I have no idea what happened to the 1836 Aubrey. Maybe they really are one and the same? Time travel is so confusing. So, now 2018 Aubrey is in 1836 and that would be bad enough, but she finds out that the Battle of the Alamo is only a few weeks away. And we all know what happened then. Should Aubrey try to change the future? Can she even do that? She could probably change a small detail here and there, but a battle so monumental? Dilemma!


This is a fascinating concept, but I found a good portion of the beginning to be too slow for my tastes. It takes a while to build up speed, but when it does it was well worth the wait. Aubrey does a good job of straddling two time periods and not going bonkers. Then there’s Tapley, who looks so much like Lee, a classmate back in 2018. I’m not going to give away anything about this story because you’ll want to discover it for yourself. If you like time travel love stories then this is one you won’t want to miss.

Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2020/06/where-we-first-began.html
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