Posts By: Debbie

Dec 21
Review: Murder at the Book Group by Maggie King

Review: Murder at the Book Group by Maggie King

A seemingly innocent mystery book group goes horribly wrong, leaving one member dead, poisoned by cyanide. Hazel Rose is determined to find out who killed Carlene Arness. Was it murder or did Carlene have a reason to commit suicide? The relationships are the heart of MURDER AT THE BOOK GROUP… Read more »

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Dec 19
COYER Winter 2014-2015 Challenge #COYER- Debbie

COYER Winter 2014-2015 Challenge #COYER- Debbie

I didn’t do so well with the Summer COYER challenge but I’m determined I’ll do better with the Winter 2014-2015 COYER, hosted by Berls @ Fantasy is More Fun and Michelle @ Because Reading. This COYER challenge runs from December 20th 2014 – March 6th 2015 and you can sign… Read more »

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Dec 12
Feature & Giveaway: Barefoot in Pearls by Roxanne St. Claire

Feature & Giveaway: Barefoot in Pearls by Roxanne St. Claire

Excerpt He wasn’t handsome, not in any conventional way. Just rough and dark with heavy whiskers over a jaw that looked like it might have met a few fists in its day. His nose was a little off center and maybe broken once or twice. His chest and shoulders dwarfed her, with… Read more »

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Nov 24
Review: Bound by Ink by Marcella Burnard

Review: Bound by Ink by Marcella Burnard

When Officer Steve Corvane calls Isa Romanchzyk for help, the situation is always dicey. This time, however, the magical surges are impacting the entire city of Seattle as a Live Ink is pulling free of the human housing it. Unfortunately, this won’t be the last incident of Live Ink pulling… Read more »

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Nov 23
Review: Nightmare Ink by Marcella Burnard

Review: Nightmare Ink by Marcella Burnard

Isa Romanchzyk has a talent with tattoos, one that Detective Steve Corvane of the Seattle Police Department regularly utilizes. Magical tattoos, called live ink, allow a human to co-exist with their tattoo in a symbiotic relationship. Unfortunately, sometimes the Live Ink goes rogue and that’s where Isa comes in. Isa… Read more »

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Nov 11
Review: Night Shift by Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, Lisa Shearin, and Milla Vane

Review: Night Shift by Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, Lisa Shearin, and Milla Vane

Nalini Singh kicks off NIGHT SHIFT with Secrets at Midnight. Bastien Smith has scented his mate and he’s determined to do anything he can to protect her. There’s something different about Kirby’s scent…. Nalini Singh is a long-time favorite author of mine and Secrets at Midnight reminds me yet again… Read more »

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Nov 03
Review: Hello From The Gillespies by Monica McInerney

Review: Hello From The Gillespies by Monica McInerney

It was a letter that was never meant to be sent…. Every year, Angela Gillespie sends an email with a letter titled HELLO FROM THE GILLESPIES, where she details their yearly adventures. This year, however, Angela is having trouble seeing the positives. Her three adult daughters are all experiencing meltdowns… Read more »

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Oct 22
Features: Haunted by Kay Hooper

Features: Haunted by Kay Hooper

This past weekend, Kelley and I participated in the Dewey Readathon where we opted to raise money for charity. In light of this, we thought we would highlight a few books that give attention to the charities we selected. Kelley raised money for DFW Purebred, an organization that focuses on cats who… Read more »

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Oct 21
Features: One Kick by Chelsea Cain

Features: One Kick by Chelsea Cain

This past weekend, Kelley and I participated in the Dewey Readathon where we opted to raise money for charity. In light of this, we thought we would highlight a few books that give attention to the charities we selected. I raised money for The Porch Light , a program that… Read more »

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