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BOOK REVIEW: Protector S.O. S. by Susan Kearney

How many of you like reading a good suspense novel?  Well, there are a lot of good ones available, but if you’re looking for a GREAT suspense novel, look no further.  Go to Amazon and purchase any of the numerous Harlequin Intrigue books written by Susan Kearney and you can’t possibly go wrong. I recently […]

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Second Saturday Review Soup

  Welcome to our February edition of the Second Saturday Review Soup, a delicate blend of genres and tastes. Take a moment to browse today’s specials. There is something to satisfy even the pickiest palate. Bon Appétit! ~~~ A Sister’s Quest Jo Ann Ferguson Zebra Books (Dec 2000) Reviewed by Susan Carlisle A family […]

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The Comforts of Home By Jodi Thomas

The Comforts of Home By Jodi Thomas Publisher: Berkeley ISBN-10: 0425244482 ISBN-13: 978-0425244487 Release Date: November 1, 2011 In her third Harmony novel, Jodi Thomas pieces together the stories of characters encountered in the earlier novels and adds the stories of new characters like a master art quilter stitching together varying shapes and colors […]

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Liz Michalski, Guest Chef

  Liz Michalski’s first novel, EVENFALL, will be published in February 2011 by Berkley Books (Penguin). She’s been a reporter, an editor, a freelance writer, and has written hundreds of articles for newspapers, magazines, and private corporations. In her previous life, she wrangled with ill-tempered horses and oversized show dogs. These days she chases after […]

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The Princess in His Bed by Lila DiPasqua

The Princess in His Bed by Lila DiPasqua Publisher: Berkley ISBN-10: 0425237001 The Princess in His Bed is the second installment in the Fiery Tales collection by Lila DiPasqua and includes three stories. As I stated in my review of Awakened by a Kiss, the first installment in the Fiery Tales collection, Lila has taken […]

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