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Review: And Only To Deceive by Tasha Alexander

And Only To Deceive bills itself as a novel of suspense, but it’s much more. The editor and marketing department must have had a hard time deciding where to put it. It’s set in Victorian England for a big chunk … Continue reading

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Review: The Last Will of Moira Leahy by Therese Walsh

The Last Will of Moira Leahy is as wonderful and lovely as the cover. It has suspense, mystery, romance, and magic. Above all, magic. Twenty-five-year-old Maeve Leahy is haunted by the tragic accident of her twin sister, Moira, nine years … Continue reading

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Review: Don’t Tempt Me by Loretta Chase

Loretta Chase is one of my favorite authors. Her books are golden. I’ve never read a bad book of hers, though I like some better than others. Don’t Tempt Me is better. Tempting Lucien de Greg, the Duke of Marchmont, … Continue reading

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Review: The School of Essential Ingredients

by Erica Bauermeister A group of eight strangers (except for one married couple) get together one night a month for a cooking class at Lillian’s restaurant. Each of these nine people have intriguing, heart-touching stories, including Lillian, connected by food … Continue reading

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Review: The Element Encyclopedia of the Psychic World by Theresa Cheung

On the cover of The Element Encyclopedia of the Psychic World it says: “the ultimate a-z of spirits, mysteries and the paranormal”. A big claim, but that’s just what this book gives the reader. The book is huge, 850 pages … Continue reading

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Review: The Definitive Book of Body Language

THE DEFINITIVE BOOK OF BODY LANGUAGE by Allan and Barbara Pease Publisher: Bantam ISBN: 0553804723 Allan and Barbara Pease intended this book as a manual for salesmen and business people, but it ended up being useful “for any aspect of … Continue reading

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Review: To Taste Temptation by Elizabeth Hoyt

Publisher: Forever, Grand Central Publishing ISBN: 9780446406918 I love it when a terrific writer gets more fabulous. Elizabeth Hoyt proves she belongs in that group with her fourth historical, To Taste Temptation. Widowed Lady Emeline Gordon, so proper and so … Continue reading

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Review – The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen

The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen Publisher: Bantam Books ISBN: 9780553805499 Josey Carrini has devoted herself to her wealthy, narcissist mother to make up for the brat she was in her childhood before her beloved father died when she … Continue reading

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Review: Repossessed by A.M. Jenkins

Title: Repossessed Author: A.M. Jenkins Publisher: HarperCollins ISBN: 13-9780060835682 Kiriel isn’t a demon, he’s a fallen angel. After milleniums of tormenting the damned, he decides to take a vacation — in the body of 17-year-old Shaun Simpson, who’s going to … Continue reading

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