Sometimes ‘The Crooked Path’ is the Most Rewarding [REVIEW]

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In South Africa, a woman finds the road to happiness to be The Crooked Path. (Photo by Julie Laurent, Flickr)

When a South African young girl who never seems quite good enough in her own mind has her heart crushed and her dreams shattered, will she allow her personal tragedy to define her life or will she forge ahead more determined than ever to construct her own destiny? Find out in Irma Joubert’s The Crooked Path. Read more of this post

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Jenna Sutton’s ‘Coming Apart at the Seams’ Is A Tribute to the Human Spirit [REVIEW]

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Nick Priest and Teagan O’Brien’s romance ended years ago. Is it too late to start over?
(Photo by Carlos ZGZ and james j8246, Flickr)

Jenna Sutton’s latest novel, Coming Apart at the Seems, weaves a tale of love lost but never forgotten. The story introduces readers to Teagan O’Brien and Nick Priest, who have know each other since high school, but whose short-lived relationship left Teagan with a broken heart. Years later, Nick is ready to rekindle their romance. But has the couple missed their window of opportunity? Read more of this post

Sandra Brown’s New Novel ‘Mean Streak’ Is One Wild Ride [REVIEW]

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Sandra Brown (Photo courtesy Andrew Eccles)

Sandra Brown isn’t hailed as the best romantic suspense writer for nothing! In her latest novel, “Mean Streak“, I couldn’t tell who was friend or foe. And when I thought that I knew who the potential killer was, I was proved wrong time and time again. Read more of this post