A Forbidden Love Book Review

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This book is 18+ and this review may contain language, situations, or events that are also 18+.  Read at your own risk. As cliché as this is going to sound, A Forbidden Love By Niquel is one of the best steamy suspense books I have read in ages. The book starts with a man and a woman both just playing around with each other no strings attached. Then you have the dangerously turned on brother who has some steamy feelings for the woman. Painful feelings stir within because she is attracted to both of them. But as it usually happens, she … [Read more...]

Winter’s Heat Book Review

I received an ebook version of this title in order to facilitate my review. As always, all opinions are my own. A WOMAN ON A MISSION After putting her life on the line to protect classified intelligence, military psychologist Mia Kensington is on a cross-country road trip from hell with an intrusive save-the-day hero. Uninterested in his white knight act, she’d rather take her chances without the ruggedly handsome, cold-blooded operative who boasts an alpha complex and too many guns. AND THE MAN SENT TO STOP HER Colby Winters, an elite … [Read more...]

Newborn Necessities Book Review

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"Are you a new or expecting parent? Do you know someone who is? If so, this book is for you. There are many items you will need to get ready for your baby, and Newborn Necessities is one of those things. As soon as your baby is born, your doctor, midwife, nurse, and/or pediatrician will ask you to keep track of his or her feedings and diaper changes. Make it easier on yourself by writing it down. Using the charts provided in Newborn Necessities will help eliminate common feelings of stress and anxiety associated with, When did I last feed the … [Read more...]

What Children Need to Learn to READ Book Review

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What Children Need to Learn to READ–The complete parent’s guide to ensuring literacy, a love of reading, and school readiness–Birth through the Early Grades Edition This book is the ultimate early learning resource from Learners Lane! It's packed full of age-appropriate tips, fun activities, and more!! What Children Need to Learn to READ is a one-of-a-kind book that will answer your questions while boosting your confidence by teaching you what works best for kids of all age! Make reading FUN with the help of this book! I love the songs, … [Read more...]

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Download the Weird Book Review & Giveaway

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Do you have a child that loves the strange and macabre? I do and he loves to tell me all about each weird thing that he reads or sees on TV. He loves the Planet Earth series because of the giant bugs and weird animals it shows. He likes to watch the discovery channel just to find the most awesome animals ever and tell me how they eat their food.  Sometimes its too much for this pregnant momma. I was sent a book that my son is so in love with! Ripley's Believe It or Not! Download the Weird is one gift that I scored a 10 on. It has so many great … [Read more...]

My Friend Paris Kid’s Books Review & Giveaway

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We were sent two book from the My Friend Paris series recently and I think they are the cutest things. The books we were sent were Paris Goes to Lake Tahoe and My Twins First Christmas. "Paris is a typical 14-year-old girl living in the San Francisco Bay Area. She enjoys musical theater, golf, and going to the movies with her friends. She has inspired seven books currently in print and is working on several additional titles involving her twin sisters as well as children's travel to New York, France, Italy and Hawaii. " Paris Goes to Lake … [Read more...]

Meet Me in Nuthatch Book Review

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"Meet Me in Nuthatch" by Jacqueline T. Lynch Book Review A publicity stunt to attract tourists to a small dying town (population 63), results in the entire community turning the clock back to 1904. It is local Christmas tree farmer Everett Campbell’s idea, after watching the film “Meet Me in St. Louis,” his young daughter’s new favorite movie. What begins as half practical joke and half desperate ploy initiates the rebirth of Nuthatch, Massachusetts. Tourists do come, along with the media. Everett’s resentful teenaged son rebels at living in … [Read more...]

Broken Promises Review & Book Tour

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Broken Promises Review & Book Tour Broken Promises Buy on Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Smashwords What would you do if the man you loved became one of your greatest enemies? Would your love be enough to save him? Warning: This book and Broken Promises Review are 18+. Brianna Lane is a clumsy sort of heroine but her moment is coming. Bri is looking forward to a great date night with her lover Quinn when disaster strikes. All around them people are arguing, fighting, killing each other and it seems like the world has gone crazy. … [Read more...]

Your Mark on the World Book Review & Tour

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Your Mark On The World Purchase on Kindle / Paperback / Nook / Smashwords Your Mark On The World combines inspiring stories of ordinary people doing remarkable things to make the world a better place with practical advice to empower anyone to give more to a cause (charity, non-profit or social venture) without giving up a career or family. I got a chance to read this book through Promotional Book Tours and I am happy I did. I love inspirational books. I always feel so energized after reading them because it makes me think I can go out and do … [Read more...]

Art of Winter Book Review

Did you ever see a winter landscape and just wish you had a great camera and a long range lens? Me too but I know the stuff I could take would never be close to the photos in Art of Winter: A Photographic Essay by Julie M Covert. It is one of the most lovely books I have ever seen. It is currently residing on my coffee table until I go to my grandmothers to give it to her. I am sure it will grace her house will more elegance than mine.  It is a hardcover coffee table that offers an amazing first person view into the real landscapes of winter. Julie … [Read more...]