Monthly Archives: October 2015

Now in My Bookbag: Blood of the White Witch by Lacey Weatherford (Of Witches and Warlocks #3)

This book is one of those rare finds, as it brings me so many different emotions. The rollercoaster ride is written masterfully. The story is compelling from cover to cover and is impossible to put down. Author Lacey Weatherford creates … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving in Sweetwater County, by Ciara Knight, Soon to be Released!!

I am so happy that Ciara Knight is releasing another book in her awesome Sweetwater County Series! Thanksgiving in Sweetwater County releases November 17, 2015. “Jenna Mitchell Grayson returns to her hometown to run a center for children with autism. … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: The Demon Kiss by Lacey Weatherford (Of Witches and Warlocks #2)

This is the really good, nerve wracking, completely engrossing follow-up to The Trouble with Spells. It comes complete with detective work, spying and arguing. There is heartbreak, heartache, and loss. Author Lacey Weatherford does a fantastic job creating a story … Continue reading

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The Beastly Tale…Great 3 Book Series By M.J. Haag

If you haven’t read this wonderfully written story yet… you definitely should.  Haag does an excellent job in retelling the Beauty and the Beast. She truly makes this tale her own. The entire three book series is imaginative and captivating, … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: The Trouble with Spells by Lacey Weatherford (Of Witches and Warlocks #1)

This is a rather enchanting book with an unexpected mix of Wiccan and Christian doctrines. Vance, a troubled warlock, has been waiting patiently for Portia, the main character, to turn sixteen. That is when she discovers she is a witch … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Unbearable by Sherry Gammon (Port Fare Series Book 3)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This book is so well-written. It is really the story of Booker and Tess… and their story is very well told. While the first two books of the series do feature couples, the women’s stories/backstories are the ones that … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Unbelievable by Sherry Gammon (Port Fare Series Book #2)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~♥~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Although Lilah’s story in Unbelievable is much different than that of Maggie, from Unlovable, there is a thread that connects them together. It is not the fact that their stories include the same cast of characters. It lies in … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Unlovable by Sherry Gammon (Port Fare Series Book #1)

This magnificent book deals with some serious issues in such a real way. It shines a light on the effects of growing up as the child of an alcoholic. The ensuing self esteem and trust issues become such a real … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: Reckless Magic by Rachel Higginson (Book #1 of the Star-Crossed Series)

This is an enjoyable story for readers who appreciate young adult literature. The pace of the story is quick, with revelations at every turn. It is exciting to follow Eden on her journey toward discovery. Higginson delivers complex characters and … Continue reading

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Now in My Bookbag: On Dublin Street by Samantha Young

This is a good book that is engaging and, at times, exciting. Young’s story about Jocelyn, an emotionally stunted woman, is very well-told. Jocelyn is very good at staying numb and detached from anything meaningful. Upon meeting Braden and Ellie … Continue reading

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