Monthly Archives: June 2020

Reapercussions by Boone Brux

    Reapercussions is definitely different. In a good way. I’ve, happily, been able to say that about pretty much every story I’ve read by this author. Her personality and sense of humor shine through her words and her characters. … Continue reading

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The Moonlit Grove by Robin Johnson

  As an advance preface, I did not know what I was getting into. The mistake was mine. I should have read the synopsis a time or two, but I didn’t and so I was not ready.   It is … Continue reading

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Fragments of Delores by Claire C. Riley

    Fragments of Delores is a book that will really get you tied up in knots. It’s emotional and heartbreaking, all while pissing you off at the same time. It’s considered a “psychological drama” for a good reason.   … Continue reading

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