The Little Bookshop on the Seine by Rebecca Raisin

Publication Date: This edition with this gorgeous blue cover was recently published January 7, 2020. The book was originally published October 16, 2015. Publisher: HQN Books Pages: 416 Genre: Contemporary with a touch of romance Rating: 3/5 This book follows  book store owner Sarah Smith who is feeling stuck in her small town life and when she gets the opportunity […]

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Blog Tour: Witness Protection Widow by Debra Webb

Today I’m here to share my first of three posts with Harlequin Carina Press February 2020 blog tour. They are promoting their February releases which you can see in the above picture. The book I’m reviewing today is Witness Protection which a Harlequin Intrigue Novel. Book description WITNESS PROTECTION WIDOW: Can the witness protection program […]

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WWW Wednesday 1/29/20

I’m taking part in the WWW meme that is currently being hosted by Taking on a World of Words. I think this such a fun way to talk about books on a weekly basis. To take part in this theme all you need to do is answer three questions: What are you currently reading? What did […]

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The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden

Publication Date: January 10, 2017 Publisher: Del Rey Pages: 370 Genre: Fantasy with Historical Fiction elements Rating: 4/5 The Bear and the Nightingale follows the life of Vasilisa starting from before her birth to her being a teenager. Although, this book is set in 1400’s Russia so Vaysa (the shortened version of her name) is considered to be pretty much […]

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Top Books of the Decade

To celebrate a new decade starting I thought it would be fun to look at each year of the past decade and pick my favorite book that I read for that year. In all but two years I didn’t read the book the year it came out because I wasn’t reading much at the start […]

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2019 Reading Survey

I had prepped this post before the new year started but I am just now getting around to typing it up. I had starting writing down questions to answer to wrap up my reading year and then I saw BooksandLala’s video called 2019 reading survey. So I decided to piggyback off of her video idea and answer […]

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Romanceopoly 2020

I was fully planning on joining Romanceopoly at the start of the year but obviously my year didn’t begin the way I wanted it to. I was going to just skip it because I have a lot going on but because of my fatigue I spend a lot of time everyday reading (hello 16 books […]

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