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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
Fresh Fiction reviews
A HIGHLAND WEREWOLF WEDDING is a delightfully amusing romantic novel. Terry Spear's 11th...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
Tome Tender reviews
Elaine Hawthorne is an American grey werewolf and she has been living as a lone wolf for years. She has returned to Scotland...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
Night Owl Reviews reviews
A Highland Werewolf Wedding is every bit as good as I had anticipated, and I enjoyed every minute of it. It was fun to read. There was lots to keep me interested...
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Clover Doves
Amazon.com reviews
I literally could not put this book down! I will admit that I am not a huge fan of romances, and this has a strong romantic theme throughout...that said, the...
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What I Love About You, Mom
Hen's Nest reviews
I always end up spending close to half an hour or longer in the card aisle, trying to pick out the perfect Mother’s Day card for my Mom, dodging shopping carts and...
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What I Love About You, Mom
Diablo reviews
Moraga authors Kate and David Marshall's new fill-in journal, What I Love About You, Mom, is the ultimate Mother's Day Gift. We got the scoop, in the Marshalls'...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
The Window Seat on a Rainy Day reviews
"They say that every seven years or so, a person’s tastes change. I thought when I heard...
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A Highland Werewolf Wedding
Book List reviews
In her newest novel chronicling the lives of the MacNeill werewolf brothers, Spear (A Howl for a Highlander...
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LOS ANGELES TIMES reviews
  Each day the sports pages teem with wins and losses, statistics and scores, victors and runners-up. But that's not all. "Sports don't just have to be about...
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What I Love About You, Mom
My Springfield Mommy reviews
What I Love About You, Mom is the perfect gift for all moms out there.  Mother’s Day is just around the corner and instead of the typical flowers and a card,...
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Shadows and Ghosts
Amazon.com reviews
SHADOWS AND GHOSTS masterfully shifts between the present tense and distant recollection, the earthly and the ethereal, and drama and humor. I often found myself...
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Princess Der Ling
Asian Review of Books reviews
Imperial Masquerade provides a fascinating and often entertaining peek inside the court of the Empress Dowager and her ill-fated emperor nephew, and gracefully...
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Monterey County Weekly reviews
Drugs, sex and rock ‘n’ roll – it seemed like such a good idea at the time, at least to some of us. But like most slogans (with the possible exception of giving...
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TROJANS FOOTBALL NEWS reviews
LOS ANGELES -- The 2005 college football season is right around the corner. Pete Carroll's University of Southern California Trojans completed the most perfect...
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Sins of the Mothers
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
More than any novel of recent memory, Sins of the Mothers is reminiscent of Sue Kaufman's Diary of a Mad Housewife. Novels about women...
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Washington Post Book World reviews
"Recent postcolonial novels explore the cultural bouillabaisse: characters of various national origins, creeds and colors, living in an international capital...
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The Anatomist
Associated Press reviews
"The Anatomist" (Ballantine Books, 304 pages, $24.95), by Bill Hayes: Before surgery videos, medical dramas, House and McDreamy laid bare the body's...
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PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review May, 2010 reviews
PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review May, 2010 Book Review *152 PLUNDER: WHEN THE RULE OF LAW IS ILLEGAL UGO MATTEI AND LAURA NADER (WI-LEY-BLACKWELL...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
  The title, of course, is howlingly ironic. If San Francisco poet Justin Chin is laughing, it's just a gag reflex against a particularly bitter pill. A gay, punk-...
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The Soulstealer War
Roundtable Reviews reviews
Clocking in at fewer than three hundred pages, THE FIRST MOTHER’S FIRE is a quick read and never overstays its welcome like more than a few ponderous fantasy books...
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