When Your Love Life Is Washed Up, ‘Only A Cowboy Will Do’ [REVIEW]

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Do fairy tale endings come with a cowboy? (Photo courtesy Canva)

Getting older is for the birds. Rather than dwell on the inevitable, sometimes a girl simply wants to escape, unwind, and forget about everything for a while, including men. But wouldn’t you know it? That’s just when a really cute one swaggers right into your life! Maybe that’s why A.J. Pine’s third Meadow Valley novel is titled, Only A Cowboy Will Do. Because sometimes, a cowboy is just what the doctor ordered.

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Danger Permeates Leslie A. Kelly’s ‘Nowhere to Hide’ [REVIEW]

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Evie Fleming doesn’t back down from a story. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A determined crime writer. A jaded police detective. When their paths collide on the darkened streets of the City of Angels, there is instant chemistry between them. But will it be enough to get them through one of the toughest cases of their careers? Find out in Lelie A. Kelly’s Nowhere to Hide.

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‘Hitler in Los Angeles’ is the Wake-Up Call America Needs Now [REVIEW]

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The Nazi-based Friends of the New Germany hold a party in Los Angeles to mark Adolph Hitler’s birthday in 1935. (Photo courtesy Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles, Community Relations Committee Collection, Part 2, Special Collections and Archives, Oviatt Library, California State University, Northridge.)

Radicalized hate groups. Political conspiracies. Undercover spies. The Hollywood elite. These may sound like elements taken from today’s news headlines, but in fact they are aspects of a little-known story that unfolded more than 80 years ago in the the City of Angels. Now historian Steven J. Ross reveals this compelling tale in his Pulitzer-Prize nominated book, Hitler in Los Angeles.  Read more of this post

Susan Mallery’s ‘The Summer of Sunshine and Margot’ is a Journey of Self Discovery [REVIEW]

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Two California girls must forge new paths if they are to ever find happiness in Susan Mallery’s latest novel. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

Two sisters. A legacy of heartbreak. Will they ever be able to break the cycle and seize the life they want? Find out in Susan Mallery’s provocative new novel, The Summer of Sunshine and Margot.
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‘Midnight at the Tuscany Hotel’ is Fueled by Heart and Hope [REVIEW]

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Can an old hotel restore damaged lives to their former glory? (Photo by heartburn, Flickr)

Diamond Review BannerA famed artist stricken with dementia. A shell-shocked soldier. And a wife at the end of her rope. When an old hotel draws them together, will it be able to repair the lives time has sought to destroy? Find out in James Markert’s latest spellbinding novel, Midnight at the Tuscany Hotel.  Read more of this post