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NEW REVIEWS

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...


Sandpiper Island
by Donna Kauffman
"A must-read romance of the heart and spirit"
Reviewed by Emsy Van Wyck
Courtesy Fab Fantasy Fiction
Posted August 28, 2014

Don't be surprised to hear that I'm moving to Maine. Once again Donna Kauffman has written a siren song about a small coastal Maine town that has me jonesing not just for a vacation, but a life-changing move.

If you're looking to lose yourself in a romance for a few hours, Read more...


What It Was Like: A Novel of Love and Consequence
by Peter Seth
"Possessive Love!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted August 28, 2014

A nameless high school graduate has his future all lined up. He's going to work in a summer camp and planning to begin student life at Columbia University. Obviously, he's a bright guy who's just wanting to earn some money for his college days in the fall of Read more...


Snow on the Bayou
by Sandra Hill
"A snow-meltingly HOT, fun, and fabulous read!"
Reviewed by Emsy Van Wyck
Courtesy Fab Fantasy Fiction
Posted August 28, 2014

Tante Lulu is back and with St. Jude's help is looking to do some more matchmaking - Cajun style. Who's the lucky girl and guy? If you're a Sandra Hill fan like I am, you've been waiting for the lightning bolt of love to hit Justin "Cage" LeBlanc for a Read more...


What the Future Holds
by Joan Fleming
"Family Feud Connects to Romance!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted August 28, 2014

Amy Wilson loves her cottage on the island of Mull in Scotland. She's an accomplished accountant, has a boyfriend Matt, has a good relationship with her colleagues at work, has caring friends and all in all is content with life. Now all of a sudden she receives a Read more...


Accidentally ... Over?
by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
"A fun romp and must-read for Accidentally Yours fans"
Reviewed by Emsy Van Wyck
Courtesy Fab Fantasy Fiction
Posted August 28, 2014

I won't say I've been counting the days for the release of Mimi Jean Pamfiloff's ACCIDENTALLY ... OVER?, because that might mean I was looking forward to the final book in her Accidentally Yours series.

However, I was really looking forward to Max's story. Yes, I really dig the idea of Read more...


We Are Not Ourselves: A Novel
by Matthew Thomas
"The American Dream Revised!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted August 28, 2014

Eileen Tumulty grows up with alcoholic parents but with the cultural promise of the American Dream. Work hard and make enough money to have a beautiful home, nice "things," and enough to educate one's children so they will have to work less hard for the same dream. For Read more...


Invincible
by Diana Palmer
"Not my favorite hero, but a must-read for Diana Palmer fans"
Reviewed by Emsy Van Wyck
Courtesy Fab Fantasy Fiction
Posted August 28, 2014

The action of Invincible picks up where Wyoming Bold left off, with the threat to Cash Grier's secretary Carlie, and takes us back to Jacobsville, the familiar Long, Tall Texan stomping ground.

Yes, minister's daughter and proud virgin Carlie is the heroine of this story. Out- of-step with her contemporaries, Carlie devotes Read more...


Fives and Twenty-Fives: A Novel
by Michael Pitre
"Reality of War in Iraq!"
Reviewed by Viviane Crystal
Courtesy Crystal Book Reviews
Posted August 28, 2014

Lieutenant Peter Donovan and his buddies, Lester "Doc" Pleasant and Kateb "Dodge" el Hariti, are the main characters in this war novel about fighting in Anbar Province, Iraq. These are fictional characters who serve as representative military personnel fighting in Iraq for one, two and even more tours. Read more...


Wyoming Bold
by Diana Palmer
"A fast and furious suspense-filled read"
Reviewed by Emsy Van Wyck
Courtesy Fab Fantasy Fiction
Posted August 28, 2014

I'll admit that the hero of Wyoming Bold, Dalton "Tank" Kirk, is the exception to the standard Palmer type. Yes, he's a tough, no nonsense, rancher, who almost died after a drug cartel border ambush, and whose nickname comes from taking out a tank in Iraq, but he is one Read more...


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