‘Say You’ll Remember Me’ Chronicles the Challenges of Young Love [REVIEW]

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When two teens from opposite sides of the tracks meet, it feels like kismet in Katie McGarry’s Say You’ll Remember Me. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

Two teens, one who just got out of juvie and one whose life is always in the spotlight, soon discover that we don’t always fall in love with the person we should. Will they have the courage to defy the odds and make a go of it? Find out in Katie McGarry’s delightful new novel, Say You’ll Remember Me.  Read more of this post

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Take A Journey to the Past with Sara Blaedel’s ‘The Undertaker’s Daughter’ [REVIEW]

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When her estranged father dies, a woman suddenly discovers that she has inherited a funeral home in a foreign country in Sara Blaedel’s The Undertaker’s Daughter. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

I always admire writers who desire to try something new. In the case of Denmark’s bestselling author Sara Blaedel, she takes a departure from her Detective Louise Rick series and introduces readers to Ilka Jensen, a school portrait photographer in Copenhagen who inherits her estranged father’s funeral home in Racine, Wisconsin. What will she do with it? And is she willing to confront the past? Find out in Blaedel’s new novel, The Undertaker’s Daughter.  Read more of this post

‘The Girl in Times Square’ Has A Hard Time Maintaining Her Focus [REVIEW]

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In Paullina Simons’ The Girl in Times Square, a young woman’s search for her missing friend turns into a life-shattering odyssey. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

Life in the big city of New York is expensive and filled with lots of distractions, especially for art student Lily Quinn. But she forgets all of that when her best friend and roommate Amy vanishes without a trace in Paullina Simons’ The Girl in Times Square.  Read more of this post

Enjoy Your Favorite Dairy Products On National Milk Day

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Drink up, it’s National Milk Day! (Photo courtesy Pexels)

Happy National Milk Day! How will you celebrate? Hopefully you’ll pour a great big glass of milk and enjoy it with some yummy eats, such as our fudgy brownies or my favorite, Heather’s jumbo oatmeal-raisin cookies. But don’t forget the hardworking cows and farmers behind all that milk you enjoy on a daily basis. After all, you don’t want to be the one getting up at 4:30 a.m. every day to milk those doe-eyed moo cows, are you? So let’s give props where they are due. Thank a farmer today! Read more of this post

Two Women Test Their Mettle in ‘The Wicked City’ [REVIEW]

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Two women from different eras are linked by a very special place in Beatriz Williams’ The Wicked City. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

When a modern woman is forced to start life anew, she discovers an unexpected link to the past in her new home. How will she balance her newfound connection to a freespirited woman from the Jazz Age with the woman she has always known herself to be? Find out in Beatriz Williams’ The Wicked City.   Read more of this post