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text 2018-11-22 10:43
Happy Thanksgiving America!

 

 

For those of you who celebrate, Kitty's Book Spot! wants you to know we wish you a safe and happy Thanksgiving Weekend.  

 

 

 

If your looking for good books to read this weekend, you can look at the recent reviews that have been posted.  There have been some great books put out lately, and I encourage you to take time for yourself and have a good read.

 

May all of us be safe this holiday.  We will wish you the best along with time with family or friends, and a good book.  It is exciting to think its almost the end of the year!

 

 

 

 

Thank you again, for being a Kitty's Book Spot! reader. 

Thank you for 4 fabulous years! 

Don't forget that the Blogiversary #Giveaway is ending soon.

 

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review 2018-10-26 20:39
The Last Weekend of the Summer - Peter Murphy

Whenever I read a book by Peter Murphy, I feel transported right into the era or timeframe of the story. This novel is about a dysfunctional family, pretty much like anyone's family, we all have dysfunction at a certain level.

Gloria, the matriarch of the family, gathers her family, children and grandchildren, to the lake cottage that has been in the family for years. Johnnie, Buddy, and CC all bring along with them the family drama that they are dealing with, or not dealing with. They learn when they arrive at the lake cottage, that their estranged father will also be in attendance yet they don't know why they have been summoned. They all assume that Gloria is dying and getting her affairs in order. The three adult children, all have different reasons for not having a relationship with Jake.

The plot of this novel is very moving and relatable, as I said, everyone has drama and dysfunction, the characters are very believable, emotional and the story is fast-paced. A very moving story! Like I said, I always love a Peter Murphy novel, I don't think he can write anything bad and I look forward to the next book!

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review 2018-10-18 20:06
The tale of the Weekend Warriors a Review!
Weekend Warriors - Fern Michaels

Good hello everyone and how are you doing today?! I hope all is well with you all! I'm doing pretty awesome myself. I'm enjoying being back and sharing book stuff with you all! Today is going to be another review and this time I'll be reviewing "Weekend Warriors" by Fern Michaels. I have a lot to write about so Allons-y!

 

This is book one of the Sisterhood series. I believe there are 28 books so far, but I'm not to sure. I got into this book because my Step Grandmother had recommend that I read this! So, here I am finally sharing what I thought about it!

 

This first book is about how the Sisterhood was formed, it started when the main characters Nikki lost her best friend Barbara in a hit and run. She and Barbara's mother Myra witnessed it! Unfortunately they couldn't do anything about it, because the person who killed Barbara had diplomatic immunity. Then one day after witnessing something crazy. Myra and Nikki come up with an idea of bringing together a group of women who was failed by the Justice System, to go and find the people responsible for the wrong doings of these women and get them back! This one focuses on one member of the group, who was raped by three men, and it is up to the group to come up with a way to avenge her and she gets to decide how it will happened.

 

This story was so good, right away it grabbed my interested and held me til the end! I was surprised at how quickly everything was done. It's a fast pace read. I like all the female characters and Myra's Boyfriend Charles. At first I was a little hesitant with one of the characters named Yoko Akia, but she came out fine, then there are the other women in the group: Kathryn Lucas, Alexis Thorne, Isabella Flanders, and Julia Webster. They make up the sisterhood of course along with Nikki and Myra. Charles is the honorary member. Then I can't forget to add Nikki's Ex Boyfriend Jack who is a bit of a douche and I don't like him! 

 

I really did enjoy reading this one and I will slowly continue making my way to reading the other books as soon as possible! This one made me laugh quite a bit and of course getting annoyed at certain spots. I don't want to give to much away, so I'm gonna stop while I'm ahead.

 

 If you're into thrillers, suspense, and women power! Then, this is a book for you!  I will be back on Tuesday with a new review, yes, I know another review, but I'm making up for lost times. Also, Tuesdays and Thursdays will be the days I will be posting on here, so make sure to stick around to see what I have! Until then have a fantastic rest of the week and weekend and I'll be back on Tuesday!

 

POPCORN!!!

 

 

 

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review 2018-08-18 18:00
Weekend at Thrackley - Alan Melville

Six people,five of them lucky proprietors of some fabulous jewellery, and one out of job,out of luck outsider are invited for a weekend at a remote and rather gloomy country house by a mysterious, wealthy collector of jewels and precious stones. They are an Ill-assorted lot waited on by a very lugubrious butler. And then things start to happen,of course...one of the servants is not who he seems to be,a guest disappears,there is a very interesting and well appointed cellar...This is not so much a" who done it" but more of a "how is it going to end".

But notwithstanding  the great setting(an isolated country house always works for me) it did not impress me all that much. It feels like a not so successful imprint of P.G.Wodehouse. One expects to hear tally-ho any moment. No,not entirely my cup of tea...

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text 2018-04-19 16:25
RELEASE BLITZ & #GIVEAWAY - The Weekend Bucket List by Mia Kerick
The Weekend Bucket List - Mia Kerick

High school seniors Cady LaBrie and Cooper Murphy have yet to set one toe out of line—they’ve never stayed out all night or snuck into a movie, never gotten drunk or gone skinny-dipping. But they have each other, forty-eight hours before graduation, and a Weekend Bucket List.

There’s a lot riding on this one weekend, especially since Cady and Cooper have yet to admit, much less resolve, their confounding feelings for one another—feelings that prove even more difficult to discern when genial high school dropout Eli Stanley joins their epic adventure. But as the trio ticks through their bucket list, the questions they face shift toward something new: Must friendship play second fiddle to romance? Or can it be the ultimate prize?

 

Source: archaeolibrarianologist.blogspot.de/2018/04/release-blitz-giveaway-weekend-bucket.html
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