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Book Review: Make it Stay by Joan Frank

About a month ago, I received a short novel in my mailbox called Make It Stay by Joan Frank. It was an attractive novel with a beautiful teal cover and it was a free copy from Librarythings that was given to me to review. Because the book was so short, I admit that I took ...
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Book Review: Rainshadow Road by Lisa Kleypas

What do you do when the two people you thought you could trust both turn on you at the same time in the same act? If you are Lucy Marinn, you discard both of them and move on. In Rainshadow Road by Lisa Kleypas, which was a free offering from Goodreads for me to review, ...
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Book Review: Summer Breeze A Novel by Nancy Thayer

Is it hot where you are? The temperatures lately have been consistently in the 101-105 range and that made it a really good time for me to read Summer Breeze by Nancy Thayer, a free book for review from Librarything. I was looking for an excellent summer beach read that would take my mind off ...
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Book Review: Understanding Combat Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by Walter F. McDermott

I’ve spoken about my feelings on military mental health before in this blog, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I’m interested in Combat related PTSD. In Understanding Combat Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by Walter F. McDermott I found an open portrayal of Combat Related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder told in a way ...
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Book Review: Far From Here: A Novel by Nicole Baart

When Goodreads.com sent me a free copy of Far From Here: A Novel, written by Nicole Baart, I was really looking forward to reading it. The premise of the novel is one that is written from the perspective of someone who has been left behind when someone they care about turns into a missing case. ...
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Book Review: Things We Didn’t Say by Kristina Riggle

Some people lead lives full of problems. In Things We Didn’t Say by Kristina Riggle, 26-year-old Casey has a mess of them. She’s engaged to Michael, a man 10-years her senior, who has three children with an ex-wife who is a non-recovering alcoholic with multiple mental disorders. Casey’s secrets come back to haunt her when ...
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