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review 2022-04-27 04:08
FAITH'S SHERIFF by Iris Abbott
Faith's Sheriff (Montgomery Family and Friends) - Iris Abbott

Faith moves to Florida to escape her ex-husband, be closer to her friends, and to start a new job and life. Her friends keep matchmaking her with the local sheriff. One night one of her students who lives two doors away comes to her house afraid because she cannot find her father. The sheriff lives in the cul-de-sac at the end of the street so Faith takes Jasmine, her student, to the sheriff's home. He goes and searches Jasmine's home but cannot find her father so he takes her to her aunt's where her mother has been helping with a new baby. He walks into a murder scene. Who was murdered and why? Who did the killing? Can the sheriff keep Faith safe? Can he keep Jasmine safe?


I liked this story. The plot is simple and the murder easy to solve. I liked Faith a lot. She is stronger and feistier than she believes. It is good to see her being strong and not taking the sheriff's guff. Cole, the sheriff, is a good match for her. He is strong but knows when to back down and when to get stern especially with the murderer after her. Faith overcomes her fear and manages to help the sheriff. I look forward to reading the rest of the series.

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url 2022-03-28 03:45
Family Home Guarantee Scheme Single Parents

Purchasing a home can be a stressful process, especially for single-parents who may be unable to secure the required 20% down payment for a home loan. However, there is good news for single-parent families in Australia: they can take advantage of the Family Home Guarantee Scheme. Visit the North Brisbane Home Loans website or book a free chat now to learn more about the benefits of FHGS and the eligibility criteria.


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review 2022-02-17 01:56
The Other Family
The Other Family - Wendy Corsi Staub

There was a lot to figure out in this book.  Does a vacant house troubled with the history of an unsolved triple homicide sound appealing to you?  I would think that most individuals would have done some type of research before buying such a home.  Let me introduce Nora, Keith and their family.  This husband and wife packed up their California home, along with the 2 teenage daughters, their dog and they found such a house in Brooklyn. Trying to grasp why this family would make such a move was just the beginning of my inquiries as the mysteries grew the minute this family took possession of their new home.


Told from a variety of viewpoints, I found this family a bit different.  Nora doesn’t waste much time after the move to sneak off and privately use her phone to call Teddy.  Who this Teddy is, I had no idea, but their conversation sure was close and personal. Who is Teddy?  Their daughter Stacey enjoys true crime and once the whole family becomes aware of the home’s history, Stacey becomes obsessed with it.  She was definitely into figuring things out including who the individual was, that she’s saw watching their house.  Individuals get introduced and strange things start to occur that I needed to straightened out.  How did this all pertain to the storyline?  I liked how some of the characters were able to make some discoveries on their own and how they acted sensible and clever instead of being crazy and stumbling around.  There were a few parts in the book that were slow but I did enjoy trying to figure out the various mysteries in the book.  I also thought that the ending of the book was rushed and cut-off, it just didn’t fit, compared to how the rest of the book was written.  The ending was a big disappointment.  4.0 stars


I received a copy of this book from Scene of the Crime Early Read, Harper Collins, and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.  Thank you.

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review 2022-01-15 21:48
Audiobook Review: My Famous Frenemy (The Greene Family #6) by: Piper Rayne, Narrated by Ava Lucas and Nelson Hobbs
My Famous Frenemy (The Greene Family #6) - Piper Rayne




My Famous Frenemy by Piper Rayne

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have never fell so hard, so fast. Posey is a hot mess. Gavin is running scared. The residents of Sunrise Bay are in for quite a show. My Famous Frenemy is a laugh out loud, irresistible, edge of your heart kind of romance. Piper Rayne does over the top like never before. With a little help from the larger than life personality of Ava Lucas and the sultry, narrative stylings of Nelson Hobbs, crazy in love takes on a whole new meaning. Famous Frenemy is heart music that refuses to be ignored.

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review 2022-01-09 11:19
Review: Just One Spark (The Kingston Family) by: Carly Phillips
Just One Spark (The Kingston Family) - Carly Phillips




Just One Spark by Carly Phillips

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

As a longtime fan I've fallen in love with quite a few characters of Carly Phillips, but Just One Spark was an instant connection for me. Dash and Cassidy created their own fairytale with more than a few bumps and bruises along the way. Phillips grabbed the strings of my heart with an accuracy that is not always an easy find for me as a book lover. I found my own instant spark when I took a chance on two slightly damaged but no less beautiful hearts.

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