Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Book Spotlight - Sweet Tomorrows by Debbie Macomber

Sweet Tomorrows release date - August 2nd, 2016
 The newest book in Debbie Macombers Rose Harbor series! 

The much-anticipated conclusion to Debbie Macomber’s beloved Rose Harbor series, set in the picturesque town of Cedar Cove, Sweet Tomorrows is a vibrant and poignant novel of letting go of fear, following your heart, and embracing the future—come what may.

I'm looking forward to reading this book!   Debbie Macomber is one of my favorite Authors and this book sounds like a wonderful conclusion to the "Rose Harbor" series!

Visit Debbie Macomber Online

Have you read any of Debbie Macombers books?  I would love to hear your comments! 

Monday, June 27, 2016

Review: A Mother to Love by Gail Gaymer Martin

I really enjoy the Love Inspired Romance books!  There are several genres of "Love Inspired" books including the romance genre, the Suspense and Intrigue genres and also the Historical books. I have read some from each genre and really enjoyed all of them.

"A Mother to Love" by Gail Gaymer Martin
Book #1 in the Lilac Circle Series

More about the Book: 
Angie Bursten wants to find love on her own timeline. Tired of her family’s interference, coworker Rick Jameson comes to the rescue—as her pretend boyfriend. Angie starts to spend time with Rick and his adorable daughter, Carly, and what began as a hoax soon feels all too real. Betrayed by the woman he’d married, single dad Rick is slow to trust. But seeing Angie with Carly, he can’t ignore the way he feels for his beautiful coworker. And when Angie helps Rick with the toughest battle of his life—gaining full custody of his child—there’ll be no more pretending. If they can open their hearts, Rick and Angie have a real shot at happily-ever-after.

My Thoughts:
This is a really sweet story of a friendship between Angie and Rick. They are co-workers and have known each other for quite a while.  They find themselves becoming closer and enjoy spending time with each other.  Rick has a adorable little girl named Carly and Angie really enjoys spending time with both of them. 
Rick is divorced and hopes to find love again.  And he cares a lot for Angie.
I thought that Angie's neighbors are so sweet and caring! 

This is a wonderful story about family and love and I'm looking forward to the next book in this series!  

Visit Gail Gaymer Martin's website for more information on all of her books! 

Sharing on Friendship Friday at Create with Joy!

Friday, May 27, 2016

Sharing some Delicious recipes! Memorial Weekend

I'm currently reading "A Girls Guide to Moving On" by Debbie Macomber and "A Mother to Love" by Gail Gaymer Martin.  Both books are really good!

I thought it would be fun to share some recipes from some of my favorite food bloggers. 
All of these sound perfect to make for Memorial Day weekend!
( click the links below to view the recipes )

What are some of your favorite Holiday recipes?

Have a safe and fun Holiday weekend! 

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Review and Giveaway: "Killer in Crinolines" by Duffy Brown

Killer in Crinolines is #2 in the Consignment Shop Mystery series by Duffy Brown. 
This series is filled with Southern humor and wonderful characters!  I look forward to each edition of this series and I'm honored to be a member of Duffy Brown's Street Team! 

More about "Killer in Crinolines"
It’s August in Savannah, Georgia—hardly the season for a traditional Southern wedding with hoopskirts and crinolines. One could die from the heat—or from a cake knife in the back...

Reagan Summerside should be devoting all her energy to her consignment shop the Prissy Fox. But when her dear friend Chantilly Parker is arrested for murder, Reagan vows to clear her name. The victim is Simon Ambrose, who’s found lying in his own wedding cake with a knife in his back.

Chantilly has motive (Simon broke her heart to marry wealthy Waynetta Waverly) and opportunity (crashing the wedding in her UPS delivery truck). And she has cake on her face, and the stolen bridesmaid dress the killer wore is in her truck. But Chantilly would never wear crinoline to kill a man!

Duffy Brown has two cozy series:  
The Consignment Shop Mystery series and The Cycle Path Mystery series. 
 Read more about both of these series on Duffy's website here.  

My Review:

I love this series!  I enjoy all the characters, including Reagan and her Aunt Kiki.  Reagan and her Aunt work hard trying to solve this mystery.

Chantilly is in trouble as the prime suspect in this murder, but Reagan does not think that Chantilly killed Simon.   As Reagan tracks down clues ( and gets into some trouble ) around town, she tries hard to prove that Chantilly is not guilty.

I like the relationship between Reagan and Boone.  They are really cute together, as he tries to protect and help her when she is in trouble.
There are twists and turns in the mystery that leaves you surprised until the end.

With the interesting setting and charming characters this cozy is one that should be on your To Be Read list!

I'm giving away my gently read signed copy of
"Killer in Crinolines", and Duffy Brown is giving away 2 Print copies of her book "Braking for Bodies" and 2 Totebags! Thanks Duffy!

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