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The Lost Key
(A Brit in the FBI Novel #2)
by Catherine Coulter, J. T. Ellison


Indecent Proposal
(The Boys of Bishop #4)
by Molly O'Keefe


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(Barefoot Bay Brides #2)
by Roxanne St. Claire



NEW REVIEWS

Penny: Women and War
by Ellie Keaton
"Redemption or Revenge - The Challenge for Women Warriors!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted September 15, 2014

Penelope (or Penny as she is called herein) is a French woman who has lost both of her parents due to the cruelty of Alain, the man who controls most of the small French town where Penny lived for most of her life. It is a neighborly and elderly Read more...


Supreme City: How Jazz Age Manhattan Gave Birth to Modern Am
by Donald L. Miller
"A Thoroughly Enjoyable History of the "Big Apple""
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted September 15, 2014

New York City's fame lies in its dynamic people, places and events that have earned it the fame and fascination of the world. Donald Miller's tome, however, concentrates on the evolution of that immense growth since the time just preceding the Jazz Age to the present. Great stories Read more...


The Garden of Letters
by Alyson Richman
"Letters That Celebrate Love!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted September 15, 2014

Elodie is a cello prodigy living in Verona, Italy during WWII. Her childhood is free of worry and stress as she is concerned only with music. She has a photographic memory and so remembers every score after she has played it only one time. Add to that the Read more...


The Thinking Woman's Guide to Real Magic
by Emily Croy Baker
"Unbidden Time Travel!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted September 10, 2014

Nora Fischer has just been dropped by her boyfriend and her Supervisor has informed her that her slowness with her dissertation writing is proving to be a problem that might mean she'll be out of the program. All in all, she's in a bad place, unable to be inspired Read more...


The Mathematician's Shiva
by Stuart Rojstaczer
"The Endearing World of Mathematical Genius!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted September 10, 2014

Alexander "Sasha" Karnokovitch's mother is dying and he would like to protect her final days and the aftermath of her death with a small family's presence and quiet dignity. But Rachela is one of the most famous mathematicians in the world and it is believed she secretly had solved Read more...


The Wishing Tide
by Barbara Davis
"A Mystery to Heal Love Gone Awry!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted September 10, 2014

Lane Kramer escaped from a devastatingly bad marriage, loss of a child, and the manipulations of her family! Her wounds are deep but her strength formidable as she finally settles in Starry Point, North Carolina where she starts afresh by renovating and running a bed and breakfast inn on Read more...


House of Wonder
by Sarah Healy
"Love Outside the Labels!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted September 10, 2014

Jenna and Warren grew up as twins in a small New Jersey town throughout the 1950s and thereafter. Their mother was a famous beauty queen who was primed for fame but neglected and abused in every other way. Jenna was born without trouble but Warren had to be Read more...


The Garden of Letters
by Alyson Richman
"Letters That Celebrate Love!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted September 10, 2014

Elodie is a cello prodigy living in Verona, Italy during WWII. Her childhood is free of worry and stress as she is concerned only with music. She has a photographic memory and so remembers every score after she has played it only one time. Add to that the Read more...


Heroes Are My Weakness
by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
"A must-read, modern day gothic page turner!"
Reviewed by Emsy Van Wyck
Courtesy Fab Fantasy Fiction
Posted September 10, 2014

I've really enjoyed Susan Elizabeth Phillips' novels for a long time. My favorite of her books are in her Chicago Stars series (also the first series of hers that I read). To be absolutely honest, I haven't *loved* every book she's written, but most of them. She's one of those Read more...


Down South
by Paula Disbrowe, Donald Link
"Part travelogue, part memoirs, a must-read if you love good food, great conversation, & the South"
Reviewed by Emsy Van Wyck
Courtesy Fab Fantasy Fiction
Posted August 28, 2014

If I were a gulf shrimp, I'd want to wind up in Donald Link's kitchen. The mouth- watering Southern recipes he shares in Down South: Bourbon, Pork, Gulf Shrimp & Second Helpings of Everything are just too enticing. The photographs by Chris Granger are gorgeous. But it's recipes like his Blue Read more...


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