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Cora Recommends: Not Quite Dating By Catherine Bybee

Book ReviewsCora RecommendsCowboy NovelsNov 20th, 2014

Cora Recommends: Not Quite Dating by Catherine Bybee

Looking for something to read while waiting for the next installment of the Chance Creek series? Than you have got to try the Not Quite series by Catherine Bybee. These contemporary romances are sweet, witty, and will suck you in from the first page to the last. The series starts with Not Quite Dating, a rags-to-riches romance featuring practical single mom Jessie…

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Cora Recommends: Between Then And Now, By Zoe York

Book ReviewsCora RecommendsJun 2nd, 2014

Cora Recommends: Between Then and Now, by Zoe York

Do you like sexy, steamy small town romances? Take a vacation from Chance Creek and head over to Wardham for a visit! Zoe York's contemporary romances feature realistic story-lines, smart and sexy characters and hot, hot romance--what else could you want? If you are new to Zoe's Wardham series, give her introductory novella a try--it's free! Between Then and Now…

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Kidnapped Cowboy Blog Tour Stopping By Today

Book ReviewsMay 23rd, 2013

Kidnapped Cowboy Blog Tour Stopping By Today

Lindsey Brooks has a new novel out called Kidnapped Cowboy, and I’m hosting her blog tour today! Read down to find out more about Lindsay, her characters and fun romantic cowboy story, and comment below to get a chance to win a $10 Amazon gift card. Lindsey’s cowboy novels are set in Montana, just like mine, so I have to admit…

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Book Review – Pennsylvania Patchwork, By Kate Lloyd

Book ReviewsApr 17th, 2013

Book Review – Pennsylvania Patchwork, by Kate Lloyd

Kate Lloyd’s Pennsylvania Patchwork is the second in a series about three generations of women in a traditionally Amish family. Anna Gingerich has always lived in Lancaster County as a member of the Amish church, but her daughter, Esther, left the fold as a young woman, and her granddaughter, Holly, never even knew about her Amish roots until just recently.…

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I’m Reading: Practical Jean, By Trevor Cole

Book ReviewsMar 11th, 2013

I’m Reading: Practical Jean, by Trevor Cole

The Terrace Public Library’s book club picked Practical Jean for this month’s read and I was one of the people who helped choose it. Here’s the blurb: Jean Vale Horemarsh is an ordinary, small-town woman with the usual challenges of middle age. She’s content, mostly, with the life she’s built: a semi-successful career as a ceramics artist, a close collection…

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