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Jan
16

Deep in the Hollow by Brandy Nacole

This surprised me by being a really good read.  It took a little bit to get into it, and it was a little confusing at first, but it all came together not too far into it & it kept my attention.  The story centers on Jo, a teenager who’s seen horrors a kid should never see.  Her friends Millie, Kirk, and her brother Tyler are trying to help her maintain some semblance of normalcy.  But...
Dec
2

K.A. Davis Windward Secrets book review

Windward Secrets Fiction: Suspense, Mystery At just over 67,700 words Windward Secrets is a fast paced mystery laced with humor, suspense, and a touch of the paranormal that will make the reader gasp at times, and soften their hearts at other times. When Claire McPherson booked Windward Cottage, for the annual reunion with three college friends, her biggest concern was whether they would like the weather...
Oct
18

The Crossroads by Annie Rose Welch

The Crossroads, Book 4 in the Saving Angels series.  Wow.  Just wow.  This is Madam Catalina’s story, with a bit of Eva & Gabriel mixed in.  SUCH a sweet read.  So much romance without the cheesy feeling, so much love in the story.  There’s love, there’s heartache, there’s laughter (you have GOT to read about the pizza & Catalina’s cooking in general), there’s...
Oct
6

Lotus Blossom Lane book review

I was so excited to read Lotus Blossom Lane by Annie Rose Welch. It’s the 3rd installment in the Saving Angels series. This book continues the story of Michael and Layla. It’s so sweet, full of love, there’s also some pretty interesting twists and turns, too. This one also touches a little on Eva and Gabriel, the characters from the first book in the series, Marigny Street. We get a chance to look into...
Sep
26

Red Dirt Road book review

I got the chance to read the 2nd installment of Annie Rose Welch’s Saving Angels series, Red Dirt Road. Full of twists and turns, lots of laughter, lots of tears, this was to put it simply, an amazing read.  This is the story of Layla and Michael.  A simple, sweet love story that took wings.  Again, like she did in Marigny Street, Ms. Welch puts you right there.  You can feel the heat of the day,...

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