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Tag: Maureen Gianinio Reviews

BOOK REVIEW: RECKLESS ROAD BY CHRISTINE FEEHAN

RECKLESS ROAD BY CHRISTINE FEEHAN Love this story and what it adds to the Torpedo Ink series. We start off learning why Player was so quiet in previous books, come to know his psychic...

BOOK REVIEW: Angel: The Memories of Eden & Earth by Bernice Burgos

Angel: The Memories of Eden & Earth by Bernice Burgos This is 106 pages packed full of world and character building shared along a well written storyline. Bernice Burgos weaves a plotline that...

BOOK REVIEW: Mother May I by Joshilyn Jackson

Mother May I by Joshilyn Jackson I really enjoyed this book! Sometimes you judge, and roll your eyes yelling at characters for not doing it your way...but You never know how you'll react in certain...

BOOK REVIEW: The Best Man (Jasper Falls, #2) by Lydia Michaels

The Best Man (Jasper Falls, #2) by  Lydia Michaels Lydia Michaels writes a story with a powerful impact for its length. I really enjoyed this second installment of the Jasper Falls Series. A second...

BOOK REVIEW: YOU HAD ME AT WOLF BY TERRY SPEAR

YOU HAD ME AT WOLF BY TERRY SPEAR This is such a well told story. Terry Spear takes us back to Silver Town for a whole new adventure! The Wolff brothers and sisters...

BOOK REVIEW: THE OTHER EMILY BY DEAN KOONTZ

THE OTHER EMILY BY DEAN KOONTZ Another Thrilling Thriller from Dean Koontz Doing my best to write my thoughts without spoilers, because the reason most read a Thriller is the not knowing, the chills...

BOOK REVIEW: The Houseplant: A Short Story by Jeremy Ray

The Houseplant: A Short Story by Jeremy Ray The Houseplant is described by its author as a heartwarming short story about grief, loss, and a fern named George. This is all fitting, but...

BOOK REVIEW: The Girls in The Snow By Stacy Green

Book Review by Maureen Gianinio THE GIRLS IN THE SNOW Gripping, right from the start. Even when I had to put it down my brain was sorting through what I read, trying to put...
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