Cat Got Your Secrets – Book Review

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Lacy Marie Crocker has settled into a comfortable groove back home in New Orleans, and with Valentine’s Day right around the corner, she’s busier than ever running a thriving pet boutique, helping her mother organize the upcoming National Pet Pageant, and untangling her complicated love life.

But when delivering a king-sized order of dreidel-shaped doggy biscuits for a Saint Berdoodle’s bark-mitzvah, Lacy stumbles into yet another murder scene–and the last person to see the victim alive was her own father. It’s up to Lacy to clear her dad’s name from the suspect list before Detective Jack Oliver has to cage him for good.

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Editorial Review – The Caretaker

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Title: The Caretaker

Author: Carol Schoenig

Genre: Romance

The Caretaker by Carol Schoenig tells the story of Phae as she tries to make her own life after an abusive marriage and many years as a single-parent.  She decides to go to Spain to work as a caretaker for an estate.  There, she meets Finn and the two start a romance.

This book is much more than a simple, straight-forward romance story.  Phae is older than your typical love-interest (aged 64).  Both she and Finn have loved and lost before (he is also a widower).  Their love is complicated by family matters.  Schoenig goes against the old trope of parental interference and instead it is Phae’s children who try to stand between her and Finn.

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Just One Week – Book Review

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Title: Just One Week
Author: Alice Gaines
Publication date: September 12th 2016
Category/Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Entangled

“Alice Gaines will tantalize your romance taste buds with a book you can’t put down until the very last page.” NYT bestselling author Jasmine Haynes.

Her brother’s best friend is not only the hottest man Michelle Dennis has ever seen, he’s the one man she hopes to avoid after leaving town eight years ago. Of course he’s the one waiting at the airport. Worse, he made sure they’re staying in the same house.

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Throwback Thursday: Falling – Book Review

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I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Falling by Jane Green
Published by Berkley on July 19, 2016
Genres: Contemporary, Domestic Life, Romance, Women
Pages: 384
Format: Kindle
Source: Netgalley
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Rating: 4/5

The New York Times bestselling author of The Beach HouseJemima J, andSummer Secrets presents a novel about the pleasure and meaning of finding a home—and family—where you least expect them…

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Defying Gravity – Book Review

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Defying Gravity (Healing Hearts Book 2) by Laura Farr

Savannah Parker is miserable.

The reason: Josh Miller, her brother’s best friend.

Devastated by the unrequited love she has for Josh, she has no choice but to sit back and watch him play the field, her heart breaking a little more each time she sees him.

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In What Remains – Book Review

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Summary

When Rachel and her family make a routine stop and become the targets of a violent assault, their summer road trip descends into a nightmare. Only the intervention of a stranger saves her life, and as they flee the crime scene, she wavers between fear and self-preservation. Can she trust him? Can she afford not to?

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Behind the Wall – Book Review

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Behind the Wall by Jane Harvey-Berrick
Published by Harvey Berrick Publishing on May 26th 2017

Prison.

The place where dreams fade and hope dies.

That’s what it’s meant for the five years that Garrett has been behind bars. But now hope is on the horizon and he’s daring to dream again: small dreams, small hopes.

Getting his GED would be a start. If only his prison-appointed teacher Miss Ella Newsome wasn’t so damn sexy.

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Spark in the Ashes – Book Review

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Spark in the Ashes (Steel Souls MC Book 1) by Nikki Groom

HOLY HELL!!! Nikki’s last name should be VROOOOM! Steel Soul’s MC series revved my engines and I want more NOW!!!

Wow just wow!! Nikki gave us an amazing MC story. You all know this is my fave genre, and Nikki knocked it out of the park!

Rating: 4/5

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Free Editing Comes to AWP Writers Club!

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Hi all!

I’m pleased to announce that A Writer’s Path Writers Club has partnered further with Liam J. Cross Writing & Editing to offer free editing services exclusively for AWP Writers Club members.

AWPWC offers lots of free things, such as free blurb coaching, free book promotion, etc., but now we can bring editing into the fold, which, as you all know, is incredibly crucial to writing and publishing.
I’ve negotiated a situation where Liam will offer editing for free in 5,000 word portions at a time at no cost to members.

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