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April flowers bring May showers...but April also brings exciting new books!




Rising Assets
(A Maverick Montana Novel)
by Rebecca Zanetti


Otherwise Engaged
by Amanda Quick


Far Gone
by Laura Griffin



NEW REVIEWS

Conversations with Kennedy
by Benjamin C. Bradlee
"Journalist and Friend of a President - A Likable Connection"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted April 7, 2014

Conversations with Kennedy begins by describing how Bradlee and Kennedy met, explains some early gaps in their brief friendship, and discusses the relationship that Bradlee was always the first to examine with caution. For a journalist when is the line between professional journalism and friendship crossing and how does Read more...


Beach Plum Island
by Holly Robinson
"A History of Betrayal and Healing!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted April 7, 2014

Ava, Elaine, and Gigi are grieving the death of their father in different ways. Ava and Elaine are sisters from their father's first marriage and Gigi from his second marriage. Elaine lives each day as a successful business woman but at night trolls clubs and bars for drinks Read more...


The Forgotten Daughter
by Renita DSilva
"Love and The Quest for Identity"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted April 7, 2014

Nisha's parents are scientists who have never shown much love to their daughter but instead taught her to find solace in numbers. She is a successful statistician in a Canadian university, but her world is about to fall apart. After her parents' death in a tragic car accident, Read more...


The Red Lily Crown
by Elizabeth Loupas
"Alchemy and Evil Equals Madness"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted April 7, 2014

The Grand Medici Duke has died and Francesco has inherited rule of Florence. His Court is full of decadence, rumors, betrayals, torture and executions. His passion is not his rule but the world of alchemy in which he obsessively works toward creating the union of elements that will Read more...


Wishing Game
by A. S. Fenichel
"Review courtesy of Fennel - Long and Short Reviews"
Reviewed by Susan Simpson
Posted April 1, 2014

A.S. Fenichel's title sets the tone for her delightful Regency romance. As the daughter of a dying Earl, Mary Barrow knows that without a brother to inherit the title, the best she can look forward to, is to depend on the charity of her aunt and cousin and move in Read more...


Death is Overrated
by Jeffrey Perren
"Searching for Integrity!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted March 31, 2014

Professor Thomas Payne looks down at a body that other people are claiming is him -- a very dead man with brutal marks that indicate foul play! The more Payne insists the body is not him, the more he seems to be getting himself into deeper trouble. He Read more...


Empress of the Night: A Novel of Catherine the Great
by Eva Stachniak
"The Passion Behind a Phenomenal Leader!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted March 31, 2014

Catherine the Great arrived to begin her training as Grand Duchess, na´ve and much maligned by her future mother-in- law, Elizabeth Romanov. The pattern was set: she would appear to be a cooperative, willing wife to a future Emperor, ensure that her devout attitude was appropriately noticed, and at the Read more...


Ethel Merman, Mother Teresa...and Me
by Tony Cointreau
"Gifts From Adversity!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted March 26, 2014

Adversity can produce many forms of dysfunction but also many forms of sensitivity and compassion that become a gift to those who are hungry for same. It so often arises out of one's own hunger for connection. Tony (Jacques) Cointreau's childhood was far from pretty, with a case Read more...


The Last Letter From Your Lover
by Jojo Moyes
"True Lovers Can Never Be Separated, Can They?"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted March 26, 2014

Jennifer Stirling wakes up in the hospital after an awful car accident in the 1960s. She remembers nothing but feels a sense of familiarity with certain people who come to visit her in the hospital. Little by little she is able to retrieve certain memories but absolutely nothing Read more...


War of Wings
by Tanner McElroy
"Angels Creating Heaven and Hell!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted March 18, 2014

Lucifer, Michael, Gabriel, and other angels in Heaven are parties to a looming revolution against God. Heaven is described as a heady, perfect place where the architecture is rather garishly glorious and nature yields only the most succulent of fruits. God is really never actually seen because of Read more...


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