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It’s Not Me; It’s You–A Review of “Shelter in Place” by Nora Roberts

Title: Shelter in PlaceAuthor: Nora RobertsISBN: 1250161592Publisher: St. Martin’s PressPrice: $14.99 (e-book) $16.49 (hardcover) $23.95 (Audible)Rating: ⭐️ Over the last few years, I have found myself reading fewer Nora Roberts novels.  In the past, she was my go-to author, an auto-buy, someone I knew whose work would never disappoint me.  Unfortunately, this is no longer the case.  While …

Review of “Christmas in Lucky Harbor” by Jill Shalvis

I think I’ve mentioned my love of all things Jill Shalvis and Lucky Harbor, but just in case I haven’t–I LOVE JILL SHALVIS AND LUCKY HARBOR!!! Phew.  Now that that’s out of my system, let’s get down to business.  Christmas in Lucky Harbor is a compilation of the first two books in the series (Simply Irresistible and The …

Review of “Devoted in Death” by J.D. Robb

The In Death series has been one of my favorites for the past 11 years (boy does that make me feel old).  I can still remember the first time I read a full J.D. Robb novel–I was sitting in my backyard in New York, lounging on one of the chairs while my cousin was swimming …

Review of “Call Me Mrs. Miracle” by Debbie Macomber

I looked out my window the other day and everything was covered in snow.  Snow.  How the hell did it get to be December already?  This year flew by so fast.  I started this blog on the last day of June and with 10 days left in the year I am proud to say that …

Review of “Lead Me On” by Victoria Dahl

I am very disappointed in this book. I read the first two in the series and I absolutely loved them, but this one just didn’t do it for me. I ended up giving up a little over half way through because I just didn’t care about the heroine. I had really hoped that I would …

Review of “Blind Eye” by Jan Coffey

In a world of stark white walls, Blind Eye is the literary equivalent of that ugly 70′s era wallpaper–busy and unfocused. It seems as the writing team known as Jan Coffey had a few to many ideas for this book, so they put them all in one hat, pulling out random ideas until they came …