Review: Dead on the Bayou

Title: Dead on the Bayou Series: A Twin Sisters Mystery #2 Author: June Shaw Release Date: August 22, 2017 Rating: 2/5 Stars Synopsis from Goodreads: Twin sisters and fellow divorcees Sunny Taylor and Eve Vaughn have established their home repair and remodeling business with an eye toward quality and personal attention. So when they’re approached by hunky Dave Price to fix up his bayou fishing camp, they’re more than happy to take the job—especially since they both secretly think he may prove to be more than just another satisfied customer . . . The ramshackle campsite could certainly use a woman’s touch. What it does not need is a dead body—but that’s what the trio stumble across. Clearl

Review: The Ninja's Illusion

Title: The Ninja’s Illusion Series: Jaya Jones #5 Author: Gigi Pandian Release Date: October 3rd, 2017 Rating: 3.5 /5 Stars Synopsis from Goodreads: A fabled illusion performed by a stage magician who claims to possess real supernatural powers. A treasure from the colonial era in India when international supremacies vied for power. A phantom trading ship lost over 200 years ago. And a ninja whose murderous intentions in present-day Japan connect the deeds of a long-dead trader who was much more than he seemed… When Jaya travels from San Francisco to Japan with her stage magician best friend Sanjay—a.k.a. The Hindi Houdini—for his Japanese debut, she jumps at the chance to pursue her own re

Review: Slipsliding by the Bay

Title: Slipsliding by the Bay Author: Barbara McDonald Release Date: July 18, 2017 Rating: 3/5 Stars Synopsis from Goodreads: Perched on the edge of San Francisco, Lakeside College is experiencing an identity crisis. John Gudewill is recruited as president to save the college from possible closure--but he is flummoxed at every turn. The faculty, led by secretive English professor Eliot Blanc, is determined to unionize. The alumni want Lakeside to return to its former status as a women-only college. Meanwhile, Sister Magdalena, the college's infamous artist, is waging war against corporate America through her art, and the students are engaging in their own warfare through sit-ins and protest

Review and Giveaway - The Chesapeake Bride by Mariah Stewart

Title: The Chesapeake Bride Series: The Chesapeake Diaries Author: Mariah Stewart Release Date: August 29th, 2017 Rating: 4/5 Stars My Review: I must confess that I adore this series. Each book in the series focuses on a different person who lives in the town of St. Dennis. The threads that pull the stories all together are the fact that they are set in the same place and that they all are about the starting and building of new relationships and new love. The Chesapeake Bride focuses on Owen, a man who could never seem to settle down, and Cassidy, an architect whose determined to do right with the development of a sparsely populated island just off of St. Dennis. The story follows them as t

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