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review 2018-04-01 20:56
Shut Your Face, Anthony Pace! by Claire Davis and Al Stewart
Shut Your Face, Anthony Pace! - Al Stewart,Claire Davis

When Charlie was eight years old, his mum bought him a microscope for his birthday. Since then, he's known how he wants to spend his life. There have been trials, and challenges, but now - finally - the day is here for him to start college with his lifelong friend Anthony Pace.

Anthony is a red-haired force of nature. He writes poetry about their enemies and eagerly participates in all Charlie's science experiments without understanding a word. Every morning, he waits at the end of their street so they can get the bus together.

But things are changing.

Families are important, and complex. Charlie's mum hasn't been well, and his relationship with Anthony begins to shine like a different star in the sky.

Can everything come together in this explosion of physics and chemicals that Charlie calls life? Will Anthony Pace ever share his poems with the world, and can the Chihuahua, Princess Arabella, ever learn to stop licking?




This is a sweet coming age romance. Life is hard but it is easier when you are loved. 

This novella shows that perfect in a friends to lovers trope that charms. 

A quick read.

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review 2017-06-17 22:16
Quick and Easy.
His Royal Secret - Lilah Pace

So the book ends in a cliff hanger, virtually insuring that I immediately buy the next book to find out the end of the story. The manipulation!


I bought it though....lol


This was a easy and enjoyable romance, and was a nice break from the dreary world.....and that's all I ask for with romance novels.....that and believable couples and good sex scenes. 


So putting it all together...I was very happy and this book is a success.





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text 2017-06-16 06:40
Reading progress update: I've read 36%.
His Royal Secret - Lilah Pace

Well...they did not waste time, getting to the point.... 



So far this romance has promise. But it does kinda feel like I'm reading fan fiction...not that's that's bad really...

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review 2017-01-13 17:12
True's Love by Pepper Pace Review
True's Love - Pepper Pace

When Trulane stepped off the bus landing smack dab in the middle of a small mountain town with no prospects or no money, she does what anyone would—finds a job and a place to sleep that won’t cost her any money. The only thing is that there is no such thing as being secretive in Estill County Kentucky—not when you’re about the only black person in the entire town.

With no knowledge that she is about to cross the only person in town that doesn’t gossip about her, True hopes that Clay, the big grumpy and very sexy mountain man won’t turn out like so many others that treat her as if she is beneath them.
True’s Love is a short romance from award winning author Pepper Pace and brings the readers back to the little town That Lt. Christopher Jameson aka Beast is from. If you like the stories about Estill County and its lively inhabitants than be sure to read A Wrong Turn Toward’s love and Beast.




This is just the sweet romance about two working class people. Well, except for the klans men running around, the homelessness...


The heroine and the hero really fall in like and then love with each other. Very tender.

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review 2016-11-29 22:17
Pall Bearers and Pepperoni
Pall Bearers and Pepperoni: Book 1 in The Papa Pacelli's Pizzeria Series - Patti Benning

See this and all of my reviews at Mystereity Reviews

Not long after her grandfather's unexpected death, Eleanora moves back to Kittiport, Maine after a disastrous ending to her engagement and her job in Chicago to take over the family's pizzeria. After reconnecting with Ben, a childhood sweetheart, Eleanora finds him dead behind the pizzeria. Under suspicion, Ellie knows it's up to her to find a killer.

I enjoyed this book, a novella length mystery and the first in the new series. The pizza descriptions made me drool (if I had to read about gooey cheese one more time, I was going to call Dominos!) and the characters were likable and interesting.

I thought the plot had a lot of promise, and it was really getting good when BAM! murderer is caught. The ending was so abrupt, it was like the author suddenly got tired of writing the story and plopped an ending in there. It didn't do the rest of the story justice and diminished my enjoyment.

Overall, a cute read but needs as much time taken on writing the ending as there was writing the rest of the book.

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