All Booked Up: Ordinary Grace

In this episode of All Booked Up, get caught up in a good story about secrets surrounding a small town. Will Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger keep you turning the page? Certainly worked for Kathy and Diana. Tap into this post to listen as these two ladies discuss why they recommend this book.

The Rosie Project

DNA and Love in The Rosie Project

Don Tillman has never had a second date, though he seems like quite a catch. He’s a brilliant professor of genetics, athletic, cooks and has his own apartment, but he has a problem relating to people. He takes everything too literally even going as far as watching a clock to give someone a minute when they ask for one. He’s obsessed with routines, details, and evidenced-based thinking which is great for science but not relationships. So his solution to finding a wife is to create a questionnaire…


Fairytale Romance Takes You Far Far Away

Far Far Away by Tom McNeal Are you as sick of series as I am?  Tired of having to wait 6 months or a year for the next book?  Are you looking for a stand-alone fantasy where fairytales come to life and romance waits in the wings?  Look no more!  Far Far Away by Tom […]

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Don’t Throw Away That Cowboy Hat…Western Fiction lives on

For those who have been reading and re-reading  Zane Grey, Ernest Haycox, Max Brand, Luke Short, Will Henry, and of course, Louis L’Amour, here is a list of other Western novels to explore.  Some are more traditional, some have a strong element of romance, and some combine fantasy with the Western theme. Camp Ford by Johnny Boggs […]


Born of Illusion by Terri Brown

Anna and her mother are stars of the stage in 1920s New York. Anna is a skilled magician and her mother is a medium, seemingly able to conjure spirits in front of a live audience. But while Anna’s mother is the main attraction, and her act is mere illusion, Anna is the one with genuine […]


The subtle and powerful novel, Snow Hunters

Yohan is a broken young man with both bittersweet and painful memories from his childhood and his experiences in the Korean War. In an attempt to start a new life he leaves Korea for Brazil where he doesn’t know the language or anyone living there.

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