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review 2017-07-25 22:05
Why is everything on our island sinking?
The Flying Beaver Brothers and the Mud-Slinging Moles - Maxwell Eaton III

 

Must be the moles.

 

This is a cute story about two beaver brothers who try figure out why things on the island are sinking into the mud, and then trying to stop it. The illustrations are simple and use orange, gray and white colors. The characters are cute and in the end they learn that they need to work together to succeed.

 

Kids will enjoy this one.

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review 2017-06-24 21:45
Tell It to the World
Tell It to the World - C. Mervyn Maxwell

The beginnings and the early development of the Seventh-day Adventist church spans continents and over a century that sees a handful of disappointed believers grow into a worldwide church with millions of members.  Tell It to the World is a popular history by Mervyn Maxwell who used his long career teaching students to write church history in an engaging way.

 

The history begins with William Miller beginning his ministry about the coming of Christ in 1843-44 and how for years he remained in small towns until events brought his message to a much wider audience.  The events in the United States and around the world at the same time that contributed to the Great Second Advent Movement before the Great Disappointment gave background not only to the times but the individuals who would soon shape the Seventh-day Adventist church.  The aftermath of the Great Disappointment brought about division among Millerites and one small group formed what would become the Seventh-day Adventist church through Bible study and the Voice of Prophecy.  The slow process of organizing the church along the concurrent beginnings of missionary work first around the nation and then across the world are interwoven together to show how both helped and harmed one another until a more centralized structure brought things into place.  But this only took place after 16 years of crisis that brought reforms to the structure of the church that would allow it to continue to grow into the 20th Century.

 

Though the text is only 270 pages long, Maxwell packs a lot of information and anecdotes into the 32 chapters of the book that many Adventists would appreciate.  Being a popular history, this book shies away from scholarly prose but Maxwell’s professionalism makes sure that footnotes are peppered throughout the text so those who question statements or wanting to know more could examine his sources.  As stated above Maxwell used his long career in teaching to write so his students would enjoy reading and because the book was first published in the late 1970s, the ease of reading holds up very well.

 

Tell It to the World gives readers an ease to read history of the beginnings and early development of the Seventh-day Adventist church that is informative and riveting.  Mervyn Maxwell’s book brings to focus a lot of Adventist history that many lifelong and new members of the church will find inspiring and instructive.  If you’re a Seventh-day Adventist and haven’t read this before, I encourage you to do so.

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review 2017-04-25 21:29
Hot for the Fireman - Gina L. Maxwell

I just adore Gina L. Maxwell's books!  She has a way of writing something serious or sweet and then POW...laugh out loud funny!  It's usually best not to drink anything while reading her books!

Boston firefighter Erik Grady had some PTSD issues from his 10 years he spent in the Army where he was a Lieutenant.  Erik has kept his PTSD under control until a recent incident on the job triggered an episode.  Now Erik is bound to desk duty until he goes through the proper therapy he is required to do.  Erik is used to being in charge and having his men follow him and not working is showing weakness, something that he hates.  After leaving a bar one night with his friends, Erik stops at a convenience store to pick up some alcohol.  In the store he see the most gorgeous female he has seen in a while and he is intrigued.  She is on the phone with a friend stating what she wished a guy would just do....

Next thing you know, Erik is talking with said girl and they decide to have a one-nighter and boy what a nighter it turns out to be.  The morning Erik wakes up and the woman is gone.  Lucky for him he ends up getting her name from the hotel worker since she ended up paying for the room with her credit card.  Imagine Erik's surprise when this woman is the same woman he has to have therapy with!!!!

Olivia Jones normally doesn't do one night stands and then to see this man, standing in her office is just too much to handle.  Since Erik isn't ready to give Olivia up, he convinces her to let her uncle take his case and then she will go on three real dates with him.  After the three dates if she doesn't think they should continue, he will stop pursing her.  Oh, boy.....let's just say that Erik can be really convincing when he needs to be.  I just fell in love with this character.  He was sweet, sexy and all alpha and a fireman to boot! ;)  Olivia really had no choice, but to fall hard.  I really enjoyed the time these two went on dates.  It was so fun seeing what Erik was going to come up with next.  Such a thoughtful guy which made it all that much harder having to see him go through PTSD.  It's such a tough illness that often gets overlooked.  Gina L. Maxwell did a great job showing you how this disease affects people.  It made you really root for Erik to overcome his battle.  It was a tough road to get to Erik's happy ending with Olivia but it was worth it!  I just really liked the way these two characters were with each other.  I also can't wait for Dozer and Angie's story!  That one seems like it will be explosive!

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text 2017-04-17 07:10
Blog Tour - Hot For The Fireman

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Today we have the blog tour stop for Hot for the Fireman by Gina L. Maxwell. Check out this fantastic new release and grab your copy today!

 

 

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About Hot for the Fireman:

 

Ex-Army Ranger Erik Grady lives for the job. So when his chief at the Boston Fire Department offers him two choices—mandated therapy for supposed PTSD or a permanent desk job at the station, he reluctantly agrees to see a shrink. Only this doctor is unlike anything he expected. Female and curved in all the right places? Check. Hotter than a four-alarm fire? Check. The kind of woman that can heat his blood in and out of bed? Check, check. And oh, yeah, he just happens to have first hand experience...

 

Of all the men to walk into psychologist Olivia Jones' office, why did it have to be him? Her one-night stand isn't playing by the rules of just. One. Night. She’s had her heart broken in the past, and no way is she going there again. And now he's blackmailing her into three dates? Well, if that's what it takes to make him see a different therapist, fine. She can handle it. So what if the chemistry between them is combustible? She's a professional, damn it. She'll date Mr. I'm Too Sexy For My Bunker Pants. But it won’t end in the fun he expects.

 

It’s time to see how much heat this fireman can take…

 

 

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“Unlock this door, gorgeous, or I’m breaking it down.”

 

Okay, screw payback, she’d waited for him long enough. She reached out, threw the deadbolt, and immediately hopped back when the door swung open like a gale-force wind was behind it. She was dimly aware of it being kicked shut, but most of her brainpower was totally focused on taking in the sight of the hottest thing she’d ever seen: Erik, standing in her neat little apartment, larger than life and fully dressed in his bunker gear.

 

Ho…ly…shit. She’d imagined him in his ranger kit before, certain it would melt her panties to see him geared up and ready for battle, but she never thought she’d find his turnout gear so damn sexy. He stood there, massive, like a first-responder god, dressed head to toe in bulky black attire striped with bands of reflective yellow. The coat hung open, revealing a tucked-in navy blue BFD T-shirt, and his helmet dangled from the fingertips of one hand.

 

“Why are you dressed like that?” she rasped through a suddenly dry throat.

 

“Training took for-fucking-ever.” Setting his helmet on the counter, he pulled his cell from a pocket and held it up before tossing it on the counter. “Totally dead, or I would’ve called. Couldn’t wait. Guys dropped me off.”

 

One of her favorite things about Erik was how well-spoken he was. As primal as his characteristics might be, he wasn’t a Neanderthal grunting his likes and dislikes in disjointed phrases. But tonight was obviously no ordinary night. Since walking through the door, he hadn’t uttered a single complete sentence, and his whiskey-colored eyes might as well be saying Me, Tarzan. You, Jane for all the civility she saw in them.

 

“The fuck are you wearing?” he asked, heat flickering in his eyes.

 

Unable to remember, she glanced down. Oh, right. “An oversize sleep shirt I’ve had for years.” She frowned, rethinking her choice. “Not the sexiest thing, I know.”

 

He’d said she shouldn’t wear anything she wanted intact, and this thing was a handful of washes away from dissolving into the ether. The white cotton shirt, which hit her at midthigh, was threadbare and transparent enough that the dusky rose color of her nipples showed through without the aid of special lighting, and the neck was so wide it was forever sliding off one shoulder or the other. Underneath, she wore a white lacey thong. She almost hadn’t worn any panties at all, but she couldn’t bring herself to be quite that bold.

 

“No,” he said, “it’s perfect.” Rolling his shoulders back, he shucked the heavy coat and tossed it over one of the kitchen bar stools, then advanced, ambling toward her…

 

 

 

 

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Gina Maxwell

About Gina L. Maxwell:

 

Gina L. Maxwell is a full-time writer, wife, and mother living in the upper Midwest, despite her scathing hatred of snow and cold weather. An avid romance novel addict, she began writing as an alternate way of enjoying the romance stories she loves to read. Her debut novel, Seducing Cinderella, hit both the USA Today and New York Times bestseller lists in less than four weeks, and she’s been living her newfound dream ever since. When she’s not reading or writing steamy romance novels, she spends her time losing at Scrabble (and every other game) to her high school sweetheart, doing her best to hang out with their teenagers before they fly the coop, and dreaming about her move to sunny Florida once they do.

 

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review 2017-04-10 19:34
Andy Also
Andy Also - Maxwell Eaton III

Reminiscent of Willems' Elephant and Piggie books with simpler stories and maybe not as much fun to read out loud (I'm just guessing, I read this and Okay, Andy on my break to myself).

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