Reader Friday – Karen Rock

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I am so excited to introduce an author I’ve gotten to know over at Harlequin Heartwarming–Karen Rock! She writes the most amazing stories about characters who have made major mistakes in their lives. While the Heartwarming books aren’t sold in the CBA market, they are sweet romances with characters who have strong moral codes. I’ve just finished an arc copy …

Reader Friday – Elizabeth Goddard

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This week I’m discussing Elizabeth Goddard’s book, Deception. Here’s the back cover copy and then my review. Trail of Secrets: Jewel Caraway thought she’d left her mistakes in the past—but then her past arrives at her door. Though she’s thrilled to reunite with her estranged sister, something about her sister’s new husband makes Jewel uneasy. Does he know her secret? …

Reader Friday- Nancy Mehl

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Good morning! Welcome to Reader Friday. Today I’m discussing Nancy Mehl’s book, Fatal Frost. This is the first of Nancy’s books that I’ve read, but it won’t be the last. I’m so excited to add another great suspense writer to my list of favorite authors! Here’s the back cover copy: Mercy Brennan followed in her father’s footsteps in a law enforcement …

Reader Friday – Johnnie Alexander

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I’m late posting today because I was a guest of the wonderful Memphis book club, Juliet, last night to discuss Justice Delayed. We ate at Corky’s, which is mentioned in the book! I had such fun talking about writing and the ladies had such interesting questions! And the food was wonderful! If you’re ever in Memphis, be sure to stop by Corky’s and …

Reader Friday

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What are you reading this week? After I typed that, I realized I should challenge everyone to read at least one book each week! Lately, that’s what I’ve been able to do. Last week I read Mississippi’s own Stephenia H. McGee’s In His Eyes. Stephenia lives just outside Jackson, Mississippi and her book is set a few miles north in Greenville, during Reconstruction …