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In Good Company: Jen Turano

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With a lighthearted, humorous writing style, Jen Turano has provided another whimsical read for the inspirational fiction lover with In Good Company. While fairly predictable, the storyline was both fun and engaging. Her novel has undertones from other familiar classics with a modern twist … Amelia Bedelia’s crazy, mixed-up words show up in Millie’s vocabulary; … Continue reading "In Good Company: Jen Turano"

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Behind the Scenes

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Behind the Scenes (Apart From the Crowd) is Jen Turano’s newest release, and it’s completely delightful. I actually found myself giggling out loud as the story went on. Permilia Griswold is absolutely quirky and unconventional. It took me a few pages to warm up to her, but the more I read, the more I loved … Continue reading "Behind the Scenes"

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Sandpiper Cove

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Sandpiper Cove is book 3 in Irene Hannon’s Hope Harbor series. It’s good! I’m still a newer reader of Hannon’s books, and I’m excited to remember that I love her style and voice. Sandpiper Cove is both love story and suspense with a modern day setting in Oregon. Lexi Graham, police chief, and Adam Stone, … Continue reading "Sandpiper Cove"

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Trusting Grace

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Trusting Grace – Book 3 in the Virtues and Vices of the Old West series – is Maggie Brendan’s latest release. It’s a quick, sweet read about small town life in 1860’s Montana. Grace Bidwell, a widow with a sweet spirit who cares for her father while taking care of her farm, gives us a … Continue reading "Trusting Grace"

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A Stolen Heart

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A Stolen Heart is book one of Amanda Cabot’s newest series, the Cimarron Creek Trilogy. Featuring the lovely state of Texas in the late 1800s, it opens the door to a whole town of people we’ll enjoy for at least two more books. I seem to be binge-reading books about strong women. Or maybe I’m … Continue reading "A Stolen Heart"

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