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The Absence of Nectar Book Review
For those of you who are writers, we all know that you must hook your reader within the first few pages to keep the reader turning those pages. With The Absence of Nectar, Kathy Hepinstall jumps right into the tragic tale of our narrator, Alice.

The Agency – Book Review
The Agency by Ally O’Brien has to be one of the most fun books I have read in awhile. A mixture of racy chick lit, mystery, and adventure, you will find it hard to put this book down once you get started.

The Black Madonna of Derby - Book Review
Written by Editor Joanna Czechowska, The Black Madonna of Derby tells three generations of women who struggle to find their way.

The Confessions of Catherine de Medici
This novel is from the prespective of Catherine and makes you see her in a new light.

The Divorce Party - Book Review
The Divorce Part by Laura Dave is one of the best books I have read in awhile. You know a book is good when it only takes me 3 days to read it!

The Eternal Ones Book Review
Haven Moore can't control her visions of a past with a boy called Ethan, and a life in New York that ended in fiery tragedy.

The Gift Book Review
Single wife? Isn´t that an oxymoron? Well it all makes sense in this hilarious debut novel centered around a husband who has found it neccessary to run away from home!

The Heroines – Book Review
When I read the inside blurb to this book, I couldn’t wait to tear into and read it. While the novel turned out to be well-written, I was quickly disappointed by the plot.

The Imposter's Daughter Book Review
I was a bit taken aback by this book when I opened it to the first page to start reading. I was pleasantly surprised by this book that I almost put at the bottom of my "to read" pile.

The Kashmir Shawl by Rosie Thomas
The language Rosie Thomas uses to tell us this story is beautifully written. Her description of India makes you feel as if you are walking the same roads as Mair and Nerys. But, I am torn about how to write this review.

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