Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis

I first heard about Rachel Hollis through a FB post by Susanna Kearsley (whose work I LOVE) and so off I went to check out the link to this new book! Wow! You guys, as far as I am concerned EVERY woman needs to read this book.

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Scavenger Hunt Tour Stop for Reclaiming Shilo Snow by Mary Weber

Welcome to my stop on the Scavenger Hunt Tour for Reclaiming Shilo Snow by Mary Weber, in collaboration with Thomas Nelson & Zondervan Fiction and JustRead Publicity Tours!

So much fun you guys! I absolutely loved the conclusion of this series (2 books) and I think you will too. Check out my review and all the fun stuff provided by JustRead Publicity Tours. Scavenger hunt clue included and an awesome giveaway.

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Oath of Honor by Lynette Eason

Police officer Isabelle St. John loves her crazy, loud, law-enforcement family. With three brothers and two sisters, she’s never without someone to hang out with–or fight with. And she knows they’ll be there for her when things get tough. Like when her partner is murdered and she barely escapes with her own life. Oath of Honor is the first of the Blue Justice series. This book introduces us to the St. John family.

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Renegades by Thomas Locke

Renegades is the second book in the series written by Thomas Locke ( a.k.a. Davis Bunn). I loved, loved, loved the first book, Recruits.

Twin brothers Sean and Dillon are at it again, this time with some new characters I think you will like very much.

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Lady Jayne Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano

Ok, so I could not put this one down, who needs sleep anyway? Aurelie Harcourt is one of a kind and she has a strong and rich imagination. A storyteller by nature learned from her father, it’s fun to see how her mind works. Her insecurities and fears are somewhat familiar, if you know any authors, you will hear them talk about a lot of the same things. Lady Jayne Disappears will keep you turning the pages and you can read my review to find out why.

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The Saturday Night Supper Club by Carla Laureano

I have been a longtime fan of Carla Laureano’s work and when The Saturday Night Supper Club was set to release this year I could not have been more delighted. Then I cover was revealed and this book nerd-foodie heart was so happy! Stop everything and take note, this one is another winner.

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A Dangerous Legacy by Elisabeth Camden

I have long been a fan of Elisabeth Camden and was delighted to get my hands on a copy of this delightful story. The latest from Camden, A Dangerous Legacy has the most delightful characters and I loved it. For more information, read the full review.


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The Soldier Who Killed A King

David Kitz is a Bible dramatist, an award-winning author, a convention speaker and a retired public school teacher. It might seem a little odd to you that I would be reading a book about the Passion of Christ at Christmas, but in actual fact, it made Christmas all that more meaningful to me. Here I explain why.

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Out of the Ordinary by Jen Turano

When a Jen Turano book comes out I drop everything, cancel and my appointments ( well, not really, but I wish I could) and I read. Her latest, Out of the Ordinary did not disappoint and provided the laugh-out-loud moments I have come to expect from Jen Turano’s Historical Fiction.

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