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The Rich are Different by Chris Orcutt

Title: The Rich are Different Author: Chris Orcutt Available from: Amazon This is the second novel in the Dakota Stevens series. (See my review of A Real Piece of Work). I bought this book nearly 2 years ago, after I read (and loved) the first. I don’t know why it took me so long to […]

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Paso Doble by Moriah Jovan

Paso Doble by Moriah Jovan

Title: Paso Doble Author: Moriah Jovan Available at: Moriah Jovan’s website When I pick up a Moriah Jovan title, I expect to read a complex romantic story with deep rivers running below the surface. I expect characters that engaging, complicated, frustrating, and lovable. In all these respects, Paso Doble does not disappoint. Jovan just keeps getting […]

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We Were Gods by Moriah Jovan

We Were Gods by Moriah Jovan

Title: We Were Gods Author: Moriah Jovan Available from: Moriah Jovan’s website and Amazon I just want to note for the sake of anyone reading my review that I consumed vast quantities of romance throughout the years. I loved it. I still sometimes (occasionally) do. However, I tired of the cookie-cutter formula writing that permeates […]

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A Danger to Himself and Others by J.E. Fishman

A Danger to Himself and Others by J.E. Fishman

Title: A Danger to Himself and Others Author: J.E. Fishman Available from: Amazon I received a copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review. No other consideration was received or expected. I finished this book with an overall impression of meh. I felt it was competently written and well researched. Unfortunately, I can only […]

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Shemlan - A Deadly Tragedy by Alexander McNabb

Shemlan by Alexander McNabb

Title: Shemlan – A Deadly Tragedy Author: Alexander McNabb Available from: Amazon See also my reviews of other novels by this author: Olives – A Violent Romance and Beirut: An Explosive Thriller. As I previously read and enjoyed books by this author, I was happy to say yes to his request for a review of Shemlan […]

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The productive procrastinator

The productive procrastinator

Not that I’ve declared any kind of victory over a lifetime tendency to procrastinate, but thanks to an article in the Costco magazine, I now have a name for it. Productive procrastination. That’s where you do just about everything there is to do except the one thing you really ought to do. You can end the day […]

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