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Book Review: Waiting On You by Kristan Higgins

Is your first love worth a second chance…? Colleen O’Rourke is in love with love…just not when it comes to herself. Most nights, she can be found behind the bar at the Manningsport, New York, tavern she owns with her twin brother, doling out romantic advice to the lovelorn, mixing martinis and staying more or […]

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Book Review: Rose of Skibbereen by John McDonell

Rose of Skibbereen (first in the series) by John McDonell was an engaging and emotional ride through the late 1800’s to the turn of the new century. It was very interesting seeing the love, romance, hopes, turmoil, and challenges that these characters went through from around age sixteen to 35. We open with Rose, a […]

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Book Review: Cat and The Dreamer by Annalisa Crawford

This week I just finished reading Cat and The Dreamer by Annalisa Crawford. Synopsis: As a teenager, Julia survived a suicide pact, while her best friend Rachel died. Julia’s only escape from her guilt, and her mother’s over-protection, is her imagination. When Adam arrives in the office, Julia’s world takes a startling turn as she realises reality […]

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Book Review: Freefall by Linda Howell Betz

Freefall, by Linda Howell Betz is the story about a young girl Estelle, starting when she is 15 and at the age of crushes and exploration, and follows her through her life until she is around her thirties. The story begins in 1947 in Kansas City and I think the time period and age of Estelle makes this […]

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Book review: Golf Made Easy! a Backward Approach to Learning Golf… or Is It? by Jeffrey W. Kern

Golf Made Easy! by Jeffery Kern is a GREAT golf guide for beginners and the like. Over the past year my family has picked up golfing on vacations and I had my first ever lesson. I enjoyed it, at first, but then suddenly it became so difficult to play, I couldn’t remember anything I learned, […]

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