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Small Town Trouble by Jean Erhardt {Jenna’s Review}

Small Town Trouble by Jean Erhardt {Jenna’s Review}

Posted 27 August, 2014 by Jenna / 3 Comments

A quick and quirky murder mystery. My Thoughts The first of Jean Erhardt’s Kim Claypoole Mystery Series, Small Town Trouble is a quirky, quick-reading murder mystery. Restaurant entrepreneur Kim is happily living her life and managing her Gatlinburg restaurant, The Little Pigeon, with her business partner when she gets a call from her mother. Evelyn, whom […]

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Proof by Seduction by Courtney Milan {Amanda’s Review}

Proof by Seduction by Courtney Milan {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 22 August, 2014 by Amanda / 7 Comments

Courtney Milan’s writing wrecks me perfectly. Thoughts on Proof by Seduction COURTNEY MILAN, WHAT DO YOU DO TO ME? Without fail, I find myself wanting to simultaneously sob and speed read through Courtney Milan’s books. When people attempt to talk to me, I glare at them and rudely say, “I’m reading.” I get all flustered and hot […]

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Tied & Bound by K.M. Liss {Jenna’s Review}

Tied & Bound by K.M. Liss {Jenna’s Review}

Posted 13 August, 2014 by Jenna / 4 Comments

A steamy story that ultimately misfires.   My Thoughts Every genre has its fans and followers, as well as dabblers and detractors. Erotica has been a growing genre for several years, perhaps more so recently thanks to a shot of scintillation thanks to so-called “mommy porn.” (Fifty Shades of Grey, I’m looking at you!) As a […]

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Mark of the Loon by Molly Greene {Jenna’s Review}

Mark of the Loon by Molly Greene {Jenna’s Review}

Posted 7 May, 2014 by Jenna / 4 Comments

Exceedingly readable story of friendship & mystery.   My Thoughts Madison Boone is a successful real estate agent and house flipper in California. She’s in the process of selling her current home when her friend, Genevive Delacourt, tips her off about a property for sale. The property is charming and, even though it will take […]