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New Review of Much Ado About A Widow

I’ve been promoting my Widows’ Club series all this month because Kensington put the series on sale for the entire month, so I hopefully got some new readers. This morning I was sent notification of this fabulous review of Much … Continue reading

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Reviewed by Jenna ~ Lord of the Jungle by Sheri Fredricks

On most Mondays during the summer, I’ve decided to review some of the books I’ve been reading (once I let Outlander go I’ve been reading a fair amount of shorter books). And my first review is of a novellette I … Continue reading

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“I Feel Deceived”–Book Reviews: A Cautionary Tale

Recently, I received a 2-star review on Amazon for my novel Only Scandal Will Do.  Now, I admit I was disappointed that my work didn’t please a particular reader.  Writers usually hope that their works will be well received, and … Continue reading

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(Almost) Perfect Review!

I opened an email today and was stunned to find a 5 star review for Almost Perfect from Ronda Tutt at Queen Tutt’s World of Escapism. I’m going to share some highlights here, then give you the link if you … Continue reading

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Reviewed by Jenna: A Truly Satisfying Sweet–“Through the Rabbit Hole” by Lisa Kumar

Have you ever awakened from a dream, not sure what was real and what was not?  But what if you couldn’t wake up—if the dream was reality?  I believe you’d immediately think of Alice in Wonderland. Though she doesn’t have to … Continue reading

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Reviewed by Jenna– Lie Hard: “Pinocchio Syndrome” by Casea Major

Lie Hard What happens when a Chicago wiseguy is tapped to babysit the godfather’s gorgeous daughter, and he just happens to have a little “growing” problem when he lies?  In a word, hilarity!  Meet Chio Pino, the man with the … Continue reading

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