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text 2018-05-29 08:10
Release Blitz - Tomorrow's Too Late

 Ready for the next Sniper 1 Security? 

Then check out Nicole's latest release - Tomorrow's Too Late, book 3 of the Sniper 1 Security series!

Tomorrow’s Too Late
Nicole Edwards
A man with a painful past.
Hunter Kogan is no stranger to pain. For the past five years, he has been in a downward spiral, his days dark and grey. He spends most of his waking hours stumbling through, hating every second, wishing he didn’t even exist.
A woman with a secret.
Danielle Davidson was born with a secret, one she knows should never get out. That very secret was what had her running from the only man she’s ever loved. But it seems someone has figured it out, and they want her dead because of it.
A man who can save them both.
Kye Sterling knows Hunter has a troubled past. He knows someone hurt the man, which is the very reason he doesn’t mind getting close, wanting to ease Hunter’s pain in the only way he knows how. Not that it’s working. Nothing seems to be working.
When Max Adorite comes to Sniper 1 Security seeking personal protection for his cousin Danielle, the world as Hunter and Kye know it will forever be changed. 
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Can the three of them figure out the threat to Dani before a madman gets his revenge? Can Hunter finally move out of the past and get the answers he so desperately needs? Or will he end up pushing away the two people who could pull him out of the darkness and into the light?


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review 2018-04-05 19:37
Ok, tell me you didn't see this one coming...
Late in the Day - Mary Calmes,Greg Boudreaux

I'm betting if you follow my reviews to any degree and saw this audio book your mind said..."yep, Karen's going to review this because it's Mary Calmes and it's narrated by Greg Tremblay which means it's inevitable with her." 


So here I am having listened to the audio book and loving this story every bit as much as when I read it back when it was first released as an e-book. The one thing I realized about this story is that possibly more than a lot of other Mary Calmes stories it needs to be read more than once, at least I needed to experience this story more than once. 'The Vault' is so aptly named because it's about the man who is now known as 'The Vault' but also because this story is like a vault in that once you open it and start looking inside you there is a wealth of answers to questions that connect so many things from so many different stories.


My review for the e-book version of this was...maybe...a tad on the longer side so rather than try and reinvent the wheel I'm just going to add what I feel is the most pertinent part of that review here...

This story worked for me from start to finish. Ms Calmes has given us the answers to so many questions and I loved having those blanks filled in and more. Although a lot of this story focused on Conrad's past with Efrem not all of it did and all those little gaps that are filled in were just a whole lot of happy moments for me and while I loved all the glimpses of Conrad's connections to characters we've met in previous stories it was equally as enjoyable getting to see some new characters and potential new stories. 

'Late in the Day' is a bit unique in that it's a story that is essentially set in the past, with the changes that have happened recently in Conrad's life it's become time for him to reclaim his past to create a life for himself that's real and permanent but in order to have the future that Conrad truly wants it's time for him to deal with his past...a past that he believed lost to him forever. A past that involved the one man that Conrad loved with all his heart...Efrem Lahm.

The focus in this book was more about filling in Conrad's background and giving us a more complete person to go forward with and while the romance took a bit of a back burner to this, I definitely wasn't disappointed with the glimpse we were given of Conrad and Efrem both in the past and the present and I absolutely loved the fact that these are two mature men...over 40 folks...45!!! Yeah, for life after 25!!! 

Now the only thing that I really need to add here is 'Greg Tremblay' seriously people in the world of audio books this is one narrator that you don't want to miss. This man not only reads the books but he brings them to life. I know I've sung his praises on more than one occasion and I'm sure I'll do so again in the future I'm just not sure how I'll do it without sounding repetitive but I'll definitely give it my best efforts. 


So in brief summary...Mary Calmes + Greg Tremblay = one very, very happy place!!! As always 'highly recommended'.



An audio book of 'Late In The Day' was graciously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2018-04-02 22:01
Forgotten & Remembered: The Duke's Late Wife - Bree Wolf

Forgotten And Remembered-The Duke's Late Wife is an outstanding historical romance by Bree Wolf.  Ms. Wolf has delivered a well-written book.  The characters are phenomenal.  Kudos to Ms. Wolf for her amazing cast of characters in this book.  Graham is a grieving widower with a daughter to raise.  Rosabel is an orphan living with her relatives.  Their story is packed with drama, humor, angst and spice.  I totally enjoyed reading Forgotten And Remembered and look forward to my next book by Bree Wolf.  Forgotten And Remembered-The Duke's Late Wife is book 1 of the Love's Second Chance Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

I voluntarily read a complimentary copy of this book that I received from Instafreebie. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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review 2018-03-29 01:53
Don't Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late! - Mo Willems
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle

I feel like you can't not like Mo Willems' books. They'll at least bring a little smile to your face.

Another silly story starring your favorite pigeon. As always, the pigeon is very funny and entertaining. These are such engaging books. I love reading them, by myself and with the children I work with. Fun illustrations and a hilarious storyline, this is a very good read.
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review 2018-02-27 00:37
Can't Do It Yet.
Leo the Late Bloomer - Robert Kraus,José Aruego

In Leo the Late Bloomer, Leo is sad because he can't read, write, or eat neatly like his friends. His parents notice something is wrong with Leo, but Leo is just a late bloomer.With love and encouragement from his parents, Leo is able to achieve what his friends are able to do. This story shows students that if you work hard, you can achieve anything like Leo. I would share this story at the beginning, middle, and end of the year. Students will write about what they want to accomplish and how it will be accomplished through the year. At each point I share the story, students will write how their goal is progressing and if they see a change in themselves. 


Reading Level: Lexile AD390L


Grades: PreK-3

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