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Copy of A Penny's Worth by Cynthia Austin (REPOST)

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  3. Monday, 05 November 2018
Damn, she did it again. The last time I read one of this woman's books I absolutely was sucked in and loved it. This one is even better than the last one!  I’ve been a fan of this author since I read her first book, and when this one came out it went right on my reading list. Finally I get to it and...

Texas Jewel by Melissa Alexia

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  3. Wednesday, 17 October 2018
Those of you that know me, or follow my blog, you know that I don’t often post books that I don’t care for. But this one… let’s let the review speak for itself. First of all, I am from Texas and It really bothered me that this character is supposed to be representing us down here. We have a hard eno...

The Sound of Wolves by Elle Marlow

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  3. Friday, 05 October 2018
The Master of Western Romance does it again in her newest book, the conclusion to her Native Brides series. This one is a little more graphic, a little more sexy, and just as good, if not better than all of Marlow’s works. I’ve never been disappointed reading one of her books. One of the things that...

New Release-Once Upon a Kiss (And Free Stuff!)

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  3. Monday, 01 October 2018
After her fiance abandons her on their wedding day, Talia is determined to keep her dignity intact. With her brides-maids in tow, she walks off with her head held high. Talia expects to cleanse the bastard from her system with some Tequila, maybe flirt with a hot cowboy-but what she doesn’t expect i...

I, Avatar by Heather Harrison

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  3. Friday, 28 September 2018
How often have I read a book and when I reached the end said, damn that book was just way to short… I’ll give you a hint… almost never. Most o f the time I read a book and by the end I’m satisfied… or the book was way to long and I’m just glad to be done. This short story begs to be a full length no...

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