Ina Garten’s ‘Cooking for Jeffrey’ Proves Food Is Love [REVIEW]

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Ina Garten’s Cooking for Jeffrey is her most personal collection of recipes yet. (Photo by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

Food is love. It’s something Heather and I have said for years, because we both love to spoil the people we care about with phenomenal meals. Obviously, we’re not alone when it comes to that sentiment. That’s why Ina Garten’s latest cookbook, Cooking for Jeffrey, features all the recipes her doting hubby loves most, and now she’s sharing them with the rest of us.  Read more of this post

Meredith Duran’s ‘A Lady’s Code of Misconduct’ Is Flawless [BOOK SPOTLIGHT]

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If you think Jane Mason is just another wilting flower, think again.
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Facing a future without independence, a young woman will go to great lengths to gain the upper hand, even if that means that she has to break all the rules and make a deal with the devil. But what price will she pay for this pact? And will she get everything she bargained for? Find out in Meredith Duran’s scintillating new novel, A Lady’s Code of Misconduct.  Read more of this post

Nothing Is What It Seems In Jayne Castle’s ‘Illusion Town’ [REVIEW]

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With its opulent casinos and hotels, the desert city of Illusion Town is totally unique. (Photo by Thomas Hawk, Flickr)

 

Disoriented and blurry eyed, a woman wakes up married to a man she barely knows in a decadent city where anything is possible. How did this happen? Why would she have married him? And what will she do next? Find out in Jayne Castle’s thirteenth novel in her futuristic Harmony series, Illusion Town. 
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Explore Amish Country in Cindy Woodsmall’s ‘The Angel of Forest Hill’ [REVIEW]

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When Rose Kurtz marries a man she doesn’t know, will she ever get a chance at love? (Photo by Raindear60, Flickr)

When a young Amish woman is sent to help a family in trouble, it is supposed to be a temporary assignment. But after she arrives, it quickly becomes apparent that the family needs much more help than she realized. What comes next will irrevocably change her life forever. But is she up for the task? Find out in Cindy Woodsmall’s The Angel of Forest Hill.   Read more of this post

Terror Grips New York City in Catherine Coulter’s ‘Nemesis’ [REVIEW]

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FBI Special Agent Lacey Sherlock returns in Catherine Coulter’s Nemesis. (Photo courtesy FBI)

In Catherine Coulter’s Nemesis, FBI Special Agents Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock return to deal with simultaneous terrorist attacks that take place on opposite sides of New York City. But how are the events connected? And who is the mastermind behind each crime? Coulter pulls out all the stops in the 19th installment of her FBI Thriller series. Read more of this post