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review 2017-06-04 13:17
Review: Moving Maverick (Made Marian #5) by Lucy Lennox
Moving Maverick - Lucy May Lennox



This didn't work for me at all. Beau was a sweetheart but it wasn't enough.

Bummer though cause I really like this series. Just one remark; Can we please leave the old, OTT and so not funny ladies out of the stories from now on? They are annoying the crap out of me.


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review 2017-04-19 07:58
Moving Maverick - Lucy Lennox,Michael Pauley

They just keep getting better. Moving Maverick is my favorite so far - plenty of light fun and no drama. Michael Pauley does an awesome job with the narration of this series.

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text 2017-04-05 16:32
Moving to Love: Rolling Thunder Series, Book 1 PJ Fiala Free!
Moving to Love: Rolling Thunder Series, Book 1 - PJ Fiala,Mitzi Carroll

Iraq veteran and motorcycle shop owner Jeremiah “Dog” Sheppard is looking forward to the annual Veterans Ride benefit for local vets, but this year he might be rewarded with more than the usual satisfaction of doing a good deed. When he asks the stunning single mother of one of his employees to help with the charity event, he finds himself facing a greater challenge than expected.

Joci James is happy to use her graphic design and marketing savvy to help a good cause but charity might not be her only motivator. She cannot deny a mutual attraction but her bruised heart is closed for business, even to her son’s good-looking boss. Fortunately, the tenacious Jeremiah never gives up without a fight.

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review 2017-04-02 22:57
Howl's Moving Castle
Howl's Moving Castle - Diana Wynne Jones

I was first introduced to this tale in movie form, however, to my great pleasure I stumbled across it at the book store on April Fool's day. To say I had to pinch myself to make sure I was not being tricked is an understatement. I whisked it to the front desk to purchase immediately and could not put it down! In this book, things like witches, wizards, kings, spells, seven-league boots and fire demons were everyday normal things.  The Hatter sisters, Sophie, Lettie, and Martha knew the warnings and stories. So, when a big black castle showed up on the horizon that moved warnings were whispered about in the village but life remained the same that is until the Witch of the Waste paid Sophie Hatter a visit and cursed her! From that moment on Sophie had to set out to find someone to break the curse and return her to her normal 17 year old self. Her mission is not as easy as it seems though as she finds the Wizard Howl and gets tangled up in all sorts of trouble. 


This book would be another good book to do an in-depth class study on and breaking it down into chapters for character analysis, plot, theme, problem/solution studies and much more. I foresee the students being activity engaged in trying to figure out the poems and untwisting the plot. 

Reading Level: 3rd to 6th grade

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