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Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Through the framework of a letter to his son, Ta-Nehisi Coates teaches readers what growing up black in Baltimore involves. But he doesn’t stop with a simple narrative. Acknowledging and accepting the reality of being black in America gives Coates … Continue reading

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Nyssa Glass and The Cutpurse Kid and H. L. Burke

This is the third Nyssa Glass story I’ve read. They’ve become my go-to stories when I’m looking for an enjoyable and quick read, and have yet to disappoint. Nyssa Glass and the Cutpurse Kid lives up to the promise of … Continue reading

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Forget Me Not by Alexandra Oliva

Let me start by saying I had trouble putting this book down. I made excuses to read just a little more because the characters are fascinating. This is a hard story to classify. It has elements from thrillers, cold case … Continue reading

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Give Me Another Chance, Cowboy by Valerie Comer

This book plays on Valerie Comer’s strengths in so many ways. Like her other cowboy romances, book 2 of the Cavanagh Cowboys Romance series depends heavily on the characters, bringing them to life through relatable circumstances and reactions. It also … Continue reading

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Calculated Risks by Seanan McGuire

Note: Calculated Risks releases on February 23, 2021, but is available for preorder. The book has a prologue of when Sarah first met Artie, a cute scene, but also one that grounds us in Sarah’s loss. The first chapter starts … Continue reading

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