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The Cowboy’s Mixed-Up Matchmaker, Montana Ranches Christian Romance 2 by Valerie Comer

The story begins with a focus on the two main characters and a promise made between best friends fourteen years earlier. They swear to save each other from growing old alone (with old being defined as thirty) by getting married. … Continue reading

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Drawing Thin: A Companion to the Red Dog Conspiracy by Patricia Loofbourrow

I’ve reviewed other books in the Red Dog Conspiracy, but this one ties more closely to the prequels than the actual series in its focus on the commoner, in this case, a policeman. The struggle of those without power or … Continue reading

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Half-Off Ragnarok by Seanan McGuire

I remembered my son and husband’s surprise at the change in narrator when I started Half-Off Ragnarok, the third of the InCryptid series. I have to say, while I enjoyed Verity, I identify more with Alex and appreciate his ecological … Continue reading

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The Lady Travelers Guide to Deception with an Unlikely Earl by Victoria Alexander

I requested this novel because I have a proper period fascination with Egypt, a country I have yet to see despite my time in nearby regions, and the description promised a fun frolic. Between the meddling of the three irrepressible … Continue reading

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Mahrime: Mythpunk for Monsters by Penny Blake

…and the longing for all the things that human company ought to bring but seldom does. ~ From the painter’s daughter by Penny Blake This is a collection (mostly reprints) of odd tales, poems, and pieces falling somewhere between with … Continue reading

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