Tag Archives: ARC Reads

Book Review and Blog Tour: Never Saw Me Coming by Vera Kurian

Book Summary: “I’ve never met someone like me, but when I do, eventually, I think it will be like two wolves meeting in the night, sniffing and recognizing a fellow hunter.” Meet Chloe Sevre. Freshman honor student. Average-seeming, legging-wearing, hot … Continue reading

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Book Review and Blog Tour: Her Deadly Touch (Detective Josie Quinn #12) by Lisa Regan

About the Book: The woman is kneeling at a gravestone, her hair blowing in the breeze, a bunch of wilting yellow daffodils on the grass beside her. Her eyes are fixed on the ground and her mouth is parted in … Continue reading

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Can’t-Wait Wednesday: The Lights of Sugarberry Cove by Heather Webber

I really am trying to keep up with the blog! We’re all moved into the new place now, but the editing business is hoppin’, plus I’ve received a promotion at my day job. Huzzah! I am busier than a one-legged … Continue reading

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Book Review: Chilled to the Cone by Ellie Alexander

Title: Chilled to the Cone Series: Bakeshop Mystery #12 Author: Ellie Alexander Publisher: St. Martin’s Press Publication Day: December 29, 2020 Where to buy: Amazon (affiliate link) Genre: Cozy Mystery My rating: 4 stars From Goodreads: The deep freeze has thawed in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Persephone Station by Stina Leicht

Title: Persephone Station Author: Stina Leicht Publisher: Gallery/Saga Press Publication Day: January 5, 2021 Where to buy: Amazon (affiliate link) Genre: Sci-Fi, Space Opera My rating: 3.5 stars From Goodreads: Persephone Station, a seemingly backwater planet that has largely been … Continue reading

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