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What I Love About You, Mom
CatholicMom.com reviews
Imagine giving your mother a gift that is born of the emotions in your own heart and hand-created simply for her, to share not only the love you feel, but the many...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
Beyond the Squee Book Reviews reviews
"There's some mystery as to why she has been invited to Scotland by her long-lost relatives. There's a treasure hunt in the background of their romance. I was...
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Booklist reviews
"Mastering matters subtle and grotesque, Bohjalian combines intricate plotting and bewitching sensuality with historical insight and a profound sense of place to...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
Romance Book Junkies Reviews reviews
I had so much fun with this story and absolutely fell in love with Cearmach! Highland Were Wolf Wedding is a story ANY fans of the genre will have a great escape...
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AfricaBookClub.com reviews
By any account, to entitle a début novel The Book of War can seem presumptuous. Yet, the book (published by Jacana Media in 2012) brilliantly lives up to the...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
Booked and Loaded reviews
Hot Highlander Alphaness wrapped in a kilt.  Need I say more?  Well, I have to!  Because A Highland Werewolf Wedding is a straight up and top-...
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A Place Far Away
Clarion Reviews reviews
  “A Place Far Away is a compelling novel by a skilled writer who knows how to build narrative tension. … Zanoyan does not sugarcoat the horrific reality of...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
RomFan Reviews reviews
Terry Spear and given us another hit to her Werewolf Series.  I don’t think I will ever get bored with her books as each one brings a new a delightful hero...
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A Place Far Away
Kirkus Reviews reviews
“Zanoyan illuminates the seedy world of sex trafficking in the newly independent states of the former USSR. …  The rarely discussed subject matter from a...
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KRYMSIN NOCTURNES
San Francisco Book Review reviews
Darkness ... takes the reader into hidden places that exist just tissue paper thinness away from the world as we know it. Darkness and horror abound in the story...
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The Mandrake Broom
Renaissance Magazine reviews
In The Mandrake Broom, her third novel, author Jess Wells depicts the life of an extraordinary woman who tried to keep medical knowledge alive during a time...
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New Orleans Times-Picayune reviews
Kilpatrick gradually moves from listener to accordion player to performer. Finding her singing voice, she finds her writing one as well. "Accordion Dreams" is for...
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http://donalisahelsley.blogspot.com/2012/05/from-my-bookshelf-to-yours-gimme-jimmy.html reviews
Sherrill does it again! She has written another great book that will teach children morals in an enjoyable, non preachy way. Gimme-Jimmy is beautifully rhymed...
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A Book and a Dish reviews
Be the Star You Are! For Teens – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat ‘The three tools for being a star and living your dream: 1. Smile – When...
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Savage Hunger
Fresh Fiction reviews
Deep in the jungles of the Amazon are savage animals both men and beasts. Captain Kathleen McKnight is undercover on assignment when the op goes bad and she is...
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BOOKLIST ONLINE reviews
The title of this collection hints at its contents—delectable stories with touches of the surreal as well as many plot twists and surprises. From short-short story...
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The Post-War Dream [2008]
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Where Deb is transcendent, the other characters are earthy and real. The novel's other survivor is Lon, a vet who spends his old age swilling Corona with Hollis in...
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Journal of Law and Society Volume 36, Issue 4, pages 599–606, December 2009 reviews
PLUNDER: WHEN THE RULE OF LAW IS ILLEGAL by UGO MATTEI AND LAURA NADER {Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008, 283 pp., £50,00 (hbk), £19.99 (pbk)) How should one see the...
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Prepublication review reviews
Highly recommended. Kushner details her passion for kanji in an entertaining, humor-laced narrative chock-full of information, examples, and games. Anyone who has...
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the new black, by Evie Shockley
FIELD / Poetry Daily reviews
Shockley's own new book of poems exemplifies this fusion of the formal and innovative as well as any recent book I can think of. Shockley isn't simply a...
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