Before Midnight

Before Midnight by Jennifer Blackstream Review ♣♣♣ So, last night I decided to read another freebie I found on Amazon.  I don’t really like happily ever afters that are so easily gotten, and this is no different.  I noticed this disclaimer at the bottom that  I see more and more of: + Cliffhanger-free + HEA…

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A Demon Bound

A Demon Bound (Imp series: Book 1) by Debra Dunbar Review ♣♣♣♣ A Demon Bound is a freebie from Amazon that I picked up a while ago.  I finally pulled it off my shelf to read and really glad I did.  This is a Dark Urban Fantasy.  The heroine is a demon. She is not…

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A Dictionary of Family History

A Dictionary of Family History: The Genealogists’ ABC by Jonathan Scott Review ♣♣♣♣   This is exactly as it says, a dictionary. However, it covers a bit more than a normal dictionary would. In some of the entries there are tips and clues of how to navigate the looked up entry. For example, if you…

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Edwardian Ladies Hat Fashions

Edwardian Ladies Hat Fashions by Peter Kimpton Review ♣♣♣♣ There is a scene in My fair lady where Eliza is super excited about the races and she screams, “Come on, Dover! Move your bloomin’ ass!”  I remember this scene not because of her acting so “unbecoming”, but rather the outlandish hats and dresses all in…

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Fighting Destiny

  Fighting Destiny by Amelia Hutchins Review ♣♣♣♣♣ Fighting Destiny follows a witch who is hired to protect Fae royalty.  However, The prince in question, who is engaged to be married, is a bit of an ass.  There is a killer out targeting both the Fae and witches and they must work together to stop…

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Tracing Your Pre-Victorian Ancestors

Tracing Your Pre-Victorian Ancestors by John Wintrip Review ♣♣♣♣♣ I found this book to be an invaluable source of information for looking for my family History in England.  I am in the process of searching several of my family lines.  One in particular had me stumped at 1839 for a long time.  I was able…

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Wave-Form

Waveform by Marcia Adrich Review ♣♣♣ This is a collection of personal experiences written by women. Some of these are really good and some I could really leave. Overall, I found it incredibly depressing. I get that these are stories that need to be told. Perhaps, I am just not the target reader. I could…

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Bitter: A Taste of the World’s Most Dangerous Flavor, with Recipes

Bitter: A Taste of the World’s Most Dangerous Flavor, with Recipes by Jennifer McLagan Review ♣♣♣♣ love grapefruit, gin and tonic, unsweetened tea, a lot of things that my friends and family don’t particularly like. I was really excited to see this book and was not disappointed. If your looking to branch out into food…

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