Sunday, January 31, 2021

To Fetch a Felon by Jennifer Hawkins


Book Summary

To Fetch a Felon by Jennifer Hawkins has Emma Reed relocating to Trevena, Cornwall to open a tea shop with her Pembroke Welsh corgi, Oliver.  Oliver and Emma have a special relationship in that she can understand and speak with the curious little pup.  Unfortunately, the pair manage to get on the bad side of the town curmudgeon, Victoria Roberts who also happens to own the property Emma wishes to rent for her tea shop.  To get on Victoria’s good side (if she has one), Emma takes over some scones from her grandmother’s recipe and finds Victoria dead on her kitchen floor.  Emma and Oliver set out to round up the killer.

My Thoughts

To Fetch a Felon by Jennifer Hawkins is the debut of A Chatty Corgi Mystery series.  This is a cute story with some unique elements.  Emma Reed has been in finance in London and she is now ready to realize her lifelong dream of opening a tea shop.  She visited Trevena in Cornwall with her family as a child which is why she picked the charming Cornish town.  I liked that Emma is an older protagonist at forty-five.  She can also talk to and understand her corgi, Oliver.  Oliver is an inquisitive dog with good sniffer.  I enjoyed the chapters from his point-of-view.  They were amusing and I thought the author captured the dogs’ personality.  There are some nice secondary characters who become Emma’s friends and help her solve the crime.  The mystery was multifaceted.  There are a couple of suspects along with good clues.  There is misdirection and then a second death.  There is a forty-year mystery as well.  Emma soon discovers that a small village like Trevena is rife with rumors and secrets.  I enjoyed how Oliver contributed to the investigation.  I like how everything tied together in this whodunit and the resolution.  The author provided vivid descriptions of Cornwall.  She brought the area alive for me with her word imagery.  I am glad the author took the time to develop our main character, Emma and establish the setting.  It makes for a richer story.  To Fetch a Felon is an entertaining cozy mystery with a curious corgi, rampant rumors, scrumptious scones, tasty tea, a cozy cottage, and startling secrets.  

To Fetch a Felon is available from Amazon*.  The next A Chatty Corgi Mystery is Murder Always Barks Twice which publishes August 3.  Thank you for reading my review today.  It is hard to believe that this is the last day of January.  I am a stop on the Celebrate Lit Bloggers tour for The Moonlight School by Suzanne Woods Fisher tomorrow.  I do hope that you will join me and that you have a relaxing day.  Take care, be kind, and Happy Reading!


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Saturday, January 30, 2021

Someone to Trust by Patricia Davids: Review & Excerpt

Someone to Trust by Patricia Davids


Book Summary

Some connections go beyond words…in this novel by USA TODAY bestselling author Patricia Davids. On an Amish matchmaking trip, can she avoid falling in love? Esther Burkholder has no interest in her stepmother’s matchmaking when her family visits an Amish community in Maine. Deaf from a young age, she’s positive a hearing man couldn’t understand the joys and trials of living in a silent world. But Gabe Fischer is certainly handsome, hardworking and brave. More importantly, he sees the real Esther. Might this Amish bachelor be her unexpected perfect match? 

About the Author

USA Today best-selling author Patricia Davids was born and raised in Kansas. After forty years as an NICU nurse, Pat switched careers to become an inspirational writer. She enjoys spending time with her daughter and grandchildren, traveling and playing with her dogs, who think fetch should be a twenty-four hour a day game. When not on the road or throwing a ball, Pat is happily dreaming up new stories. Visit Patricia Davids website to subscribe to her newsletter and learn more about her books.

My Thoughts

Someone to Trust by Patricia Davids is a cute Amish novel.  Wanetta Burkholder has married into a family with four daughters of marriageable age and she knows her cousin in Maine has four bachelor sons.  The two women decide that Wanetta and her step-children should visit which gives them the chance to do a little matchmaking.  Gabe Fisher is too busy working to have time to court and Esther Burkholder, who is deaf, does not want a hearing husband.  The matchmaking venture seems doomed from the start.  I enjoyed this engaging Amish novel.  It is the 4th book in North Country Amish, but it can be read as a standalone.  I thought Someone to Trust was well-written with steady pacing.  I liked the characters especially Gabe and Esther.    An Amish deaf woman is a unique concept.  I like how the author dealt with the topic of deafness.  Esther was a strong character who did not let her deafness keep her from enjoying life.  She lived a full life with a job she loved, good friends, and special talents (sketching and sewing).  Esther is also a smart woman who came up with some great ideas for helping Gabe’s leatherworking business.  Faith and God are beautifully incorporated into the story.  It is wonderful that the Amish view children with disabilities as gifts from God.  There were some sweet, tender moments in the story along with some humorous ones.  Jonah, Esther’s younger brother, provided some of the amusing ones.  He is an honest little fellow.  It was interesting learning about the leatherworking trade.   This is my favorite book by Patricia Davids.  Someone to Trust is a heartwarming Amish tale with matchmaking mamas, fetching flowers, stunning sketches, wandering walks, a woman satisfied with self, a compassionate man, and surprising romance.  


“I’m happy to tell you that your mother’s cousin Waneta is coming for a visit.”

Gabe Fisher looked up from the glowing metal wheel rim he was heating in the forge as something in his father’s voice caught his attention. Ezekiel Fisher, or Zeke as everyone called him, wasn’t overly fond of Waneta, so why was he trying so hard to sound cheerful?

Gabe glanced around the workshop. None of his three brothers seemed to have noticed anything unusual.

Seth continued setting up the lathe to drill out a wheel hub. “That will be nice for Mamm. She has been missing her friends back home. I know she and Waneta are close.”

Seth was Gabe’s younger brother by fifteen minutes. They might look identical, but Seth was the most tenderhearted of the brothers. He was twenty minutes older than no-nonsense Asher, the last Fisher triplet, who was readying wooden spokes to be inserted into the finished wheel hub. Asher bore only a passing resemblance to his two older brothers. Where Gabe and Seth were both blond with blue eyes, Asher was dark-haired with their mother’s brown eyes. All three men shared the same tall, muscular frame as their father.

“Is she bringing her new husband to meet the rest of us?” Moses asked, greasing the axle of the buggy they were repairing. At twenty he was the baby brother by four years and the one that looked the most like their mother, with his soft brown curls and engaging grin. He was the only one who hadn’t yet joined their Amish church. He was still enjoying his rumspringa, the “running around” years most Amish youths were allowed before making their decision to be baptized.

“This isn’t the best time for a visit,” Asher said, expressing exactly what Gabe had been thinking.

“Apparently your mother and Waneta have been planning this for ages, but she only told me last night. She wanted it to be a surprise for you boys.”

Asher’s brow furrowed. “Why?”

“You know Waneta. She likes to surprise folks. They should be here later today.”

Gabe continued turning the rim in the fire. Both his parents had gone to the wedding, but he and his brothers had been busy keeping the new business running. A business that didn’t look like it would support the entire family through another winter. If things didn’t improve by the end of the summer, the family would have some hard choices to make.

“They? Her new husband is coming with her, then?” Seth said.

Gabe glanced at his father and saw him draw a deep breath. “He isn’t, but his children are.”

Seth finally seemed to notice their father’s unease and stopped working. “How many children?”


“The house will be lively with that many kinder underfoot,” Moses said. “How old are they?”

“The youngest is ten. The others are closer to your ages,” Daed said, keeping his eyes averted.

Seth, Asher and Gabe exchanged knowing looks. They shared a close connection that didn’t always require words.

Asher’s lips thinned as he pinned his gaze on his father. “Would they happen to be maydels close to our age?”

Their father didn’t answer.

“Daed?” the triplets said together. Moses stopped what he was doing and gave them a puzzled look.

Their father cleared his throat. “I believe your mother said they are between twenty and twenty-five. Modest, dutiful daughters, as Waneta described them.”

“Courting age,” Moses said with a grin.

“Marriageable age.” Seth shook his head. “I don’t have any interest in courting until we are sure our business will survive.”

Gabe crossed his arms over his chest. “Has Mamm taken to importing possible brides for us now?”

There was a lack of unmarried Amish women in their new community in northern Maine, but that didn’t bother Gabe. Like Seth, his focus was on improving the family’s buggy-making and wheel-repair business while expanding the harness-making and leather goods shop he ran next door.

“Tell Mamm we can find our own wives,” Asher said.

“When we are ready,” Seth added.

Daed scowled at all the brothers. “That kind of talk is exactly why your mother was worried about sharing this news. She wants you boys to be polite to Waneta’s new stepdaughters and nothing more. Show them a nice time while they are here. No one is talking about marriage.”

Someone to Trust is available in paperback at Amazon*, Harlequin, Barnes & Noble, Books-a-million, and Indie Bound.  The digital version will be available on February 1.  The other novels in the North Country Amish series are Shelter from the Storm, The Amish Teacher's Dilemma,  and A Haven for Christmas. You can find Patricia Davids other novels here.  The images I used today deal with scenes from the book.  Esther drew sketches of flowers, Gave and his family were wheelwrights, Gave created items from leather (the leathermaking tools photo), and Esther is proud of who she is and states she is Deaf (with a capital D).  Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope I have helped you to find a new book, author, or series.  Next time I am featuring To Fetch a Felon by Jennifer Hawkins.  It is the first novel in A Chatty Corgi Mystery series. I hope that each of you have a witty day.  Take care, be kind, and Happy Reading!


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Friday, January 29, 2021

The Transylvania Twist by Angie Fox

Book Summary

The Transylvania Twist by Angie Fox has Dr. Petra Robichaud treating a pregnant Medusa at MASH 3063rd.  There has been peace between the warring armies for the last three weeks.  They have transformed the MASH unit into supernatural clinic which is how Petra came to treat the Gorgon.  But then a new prophecy is delivered, and it has both sides gearing up.  Petra receives a note asking her to meet someone at the burned-out showers.  Petra expects it to be Galen, but instead it is Marc, the boyfriend she thought had been dead the last ten years.  He needs Petra to speak with a murdered colleague in his research lab at the Old Gold Army camp.  It seems that the enemy is developing a deadly weapon.  To get more information, Petra needs to speak with the recently departed.  Petra will need help from her werewolf roommate if she is going to go AWOL.  Petra hopes she makes is back alive because Marc has some questions to answer.

My Thoughts

The Transylvania Twist by Angie Fox is a humorous paranormal romance.  Dr. Petra Robichaud is an intelligent, strong protagonist.  She must be if she is going to treat a pregnant Medusa and not be turned to stone.  I like the quirky characters in this engaging series.  While The Transylvania Twist is the 2nd book in The Monster MASH trilogy, it can be read on its own.  Everything a reader needs to know is included.  Angie Fox has an engaging writing style.  She draws you into the story and holds onto you until the very end.  Petra has some unique roommates with a vampire and a Star Trek figurine loving werewolf. The storyline is creative.  A war between new golds and old gods playing out in limbo with an assortment of creatures and humans.  The word imagery allows me to visualize the scenes including Petra’s cobbled together lab.  I laughed often while reading this amusing tale.  I especially enjoyed the banter between Petra and her werewolf roommate.  The Transylvania Twist blends suspense, romance, mystery, and humor into one engaging read.  You have to wonder if Petra will survive a murdered ghost, a roommate’s prolific rumors, a flirtatious goddess, a pregnant gorgon, a hellish hole, and an overflow of figurines in her bunk.  The last third of the book had me quickly turning the pages to find out what happened. The Transylvania Twist is a fun, quirky story with a prickly pregnancy, an excess of Stark Trek collectibles, a statistic loving sphinx, predictive prophecies, a back-from-the-dead beau, a damaging ghost, a daring shapeshifting dragon, and a rare rock.  

The Transylvania Twist is available from Amazon*.  The first novel in The Monster MASH Trilogy is The Monster MASHWerewolves of London is the final book in the trilogy and it will release on February 23.  You can find Angie Fox's other novels hereThe Haunted Homecoming is the 10th The Southern Ghost Hunter Mystery.  It will be out on August 17.  Thank you for stopping by today and reading my review.  Tomorrow I am a stop on the Harlequin Tour for Someone to Trust by Patricia DavidsIt is the 4th book in North Country Amish series.  I hope that you have a cheery day.  Take care, be kind, and Happy Reading!


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Thursday, January 28, 2021

Maryann's Hope by Molly Jebber

About the Book

Book: Maryann’s Hope

Author: Molly Jebber

Genre: Amish Historical Romance

Release Date: January 26, 2021

The pleasing warmth of fresh-baked maple cookies…the sweet, buttery flakiness of a raspberry jam pastry. In 1913 Ohio, the Amish Charm Bakery is beloved by locals and visiting Englischer alike. And its understanding community always provides help, healing–and new chances for love…even for a widow faced with an impossible choice between her head and her heart.

Secrets devastated Maryanne Harding’s marriage to an Englischer–and took away her untrustworthy husband. Now the young Amish widow has found contentment cooking up treats at the bakery, raising her little girl, and comforting her ailing mother. And when Andrew Wittmer asks her to marry him, Maryanne is over the moon with happiness that she and the kind furniture maker will put down roots in her hometown…

Until Andrew’s uncle becomes ill, and Andrew must permanently take over his store in a town hours away. Though she would go anywhere to be Andrew’s fraa, Maryanne can’t abandon her mother–or the family that depends on her so much. And when she discovers Andrew harbors secrets of his own, Maryanne’s hard-won trust is shaken. Now, can she risk difficult choices and take a leap of faith into the loving, joyful future she longs for most?

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About the Author

Molly Jebber is a best-selling & award-winning Amish Historical Romance author whose books have made the Publisher’s Weekly Best Ten List, media worldwide, and in USA Today. She’s a national speaker for Women’s Christian Connection, and keynote and guest lecturer for many groups on writing, publishing, & marketing. She loves God, family, friends she is grateful for her readers.

More from Molly

Hi Readers!

You are the reason I write. Your inspiration and encouragement on social media posts brighten my mood and on those hard days of writing, keeps me going. Thank you!

I’ve been fortunate to have a close family. I hear so often, you can choose your friends but not your family. Maryann in MARYANN’S HOPE loves her mother, but finds her a challenge with her unpredictable moods. When she meets Andrew, they both must make difficult decisions throughout their courtship relating to family and seeking God’s will for their lives. Maryann’s toddler, Betsy, will make you laugh, as well as other children of her friends in the story. The bakery desserts will make your mouth water, and you’ll imagine the aroma of cinnamon, sugar, and warm bread.

The Amish Charm Bakery is where friends come to enjoy a break, share secrets, solve problems, and laugh and cry.

On a personal note, this year has been an exciting one for our family in spite of COVID-19. My daughter, Misty, is getting married, and we love our future son-in-law, Kevin. They are having a small wedding due to the virus, but it hasn’t dampened any of our enthusiasm for this special day. God has blessed all of us with making all the plans go smoothly, and they’ve enjoyed their marriage counseling with Pastor Roger.

Pastor Roger asked them to put their first name in the verses in Corinthians Chapter 13 of the Bible, as an example of how they should feel about each other. Such as Misty is patient, and Misty is kind. I thought about that in my marriage to Ed. He is all those wonderful things to me. But I need to be more patient! So I’m learning along with Misty and Kevin! LOL

I pray that MARYANN’S HOPE will bring you a fun escape into the small Amish town of Charm, Ohio during the period of 1913-1914!

My Thoughts

Maryann’s Hope by Molly Jebber takes us back to 1913 in Charm, Ohio where Maryann Harding and Andrew Wittmer have begun courting.  Maryann never thought she would find a man who would overlook her past.  When Andrew proposes, Maryann is thrilled to accept.  Andrew is a good man who loves her, adores her daughter, and openly communicates with her.  She is glad they will be living in Charm because her mother could not handle it if they left town.  Wedding plans have barely begun when Andrew receives a letter from his uncle who lives about ten miles away (over three hours away by buggy).  His uncle is ill and would like Andrew to take over the furniture store.  It is a dream come true for Andrew who has dreamed of having a store where he could sell the furniture he makes.  But Andrew wonders how this will affect his relationship with Maryann.  Andrew also worries about the secret he has yet to share with Maryann.  She shared her secrets with him, but he held back despite knowing how important trust is to Maryann.  Is there a chance for these star-crossed lovers?  Maryann’s Hope is the 4th novel in The Amish Charm Bakery series.  Each book in the series can be read on its own.  We do, though, get to catch up with the characters from the other three books.  I thought Maryann’s Hope was well-written with realistic characters.  I like how the author incorporates historical events and interesting facts (with the sheriff and local doctor).  The author delves into the topic of mental illness and how it affects a family.  I thought it was handled nicely.  Second chances, destructiveness of secrets, and importance of trust are the themes present throughout the book.  Open communication is important for a couple.  Keeping information from a partner can be damaging to a relationship.  I like how the author handled these issues.  Christian elements are nicely incorporated into the story.  The importance of trusting God and knowing that he has a path laid out for each of us.  Maryann’s Hope is a gently paced story that I enjoyed reading.  I appreciated the epilogue at the end.  Maryann’s Hope is a sweet Amish novel with tasty treats, stressful secrets, trouble trusting, a mentally ill mother, fine furniture, and romantic misfortunes.


To celebrate her tour, Molly is giving away the grand prize package of a $75 Amazon gift card and an Amish doll.  Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click here to enter.  Good Luck!  Maryann's Hope publishes January 26 and it can be pre-ordered from Amazon*.  You can find the other novels in The Amish Charm Bakery series here.  Thank you for joining me today.  Tomorrow I am reviewing The Transylvania Twist by Angie Fox.  It is the 2nd book in The Monster MASH Trilogy.   I hope that you have a optimistic day.  Take care, be kind, and Happy Reading!


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Blog Stops

Library Lady’s Kid Lit, January 28

The Avid Reader, January 28

Encouraging Words from the Tea Queen, January 28

Bigreadersite, January 29

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Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, January 30

Jeanette’s Thoughts, January 30

Texas Book-aholic, January 31

EmpowerMoms, January 31

Lighthouse Academy, February 1 (Guest Review from Marilyn Ridgway)

Artistic Nobody, February 1 (Guest Review from Joni Truex)

Inklings and notions, February 2

Reviewingbooksplusmore, February 2

Abba’s Prayer Warrior Princess, February 3

Sara Jane Jacobs, February 3

Older & Smarter?, February 4

For Him and My Family, February 4

deb’s Book Review, February 5

Britt Reads Fiction, February 5

Locks, Hooks and Books, February 6

Batya’s Bits, February 6

She Lives To Read, February 7

Happily Managing a Household of Boys, February 7

Ashley’s Bookshelf, February 7

Connie’s History Classroom, February 8

Simple Harvest Reads, February 8 (Guest Review from Donna Cline)

Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, February 9

Pause for Tales, February 9

Splashes of Joy, February 10

Vicky Sluiter, February 10

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Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Aloe and Goodbye by Janice Peacock


Aloe and Goodbye

A Southwestern Small Town Cozy Mystery (Ruby Shaw Mysteries) 

by Janice Peacock

About Aloe & Goodbye


Aloe and Goodbye: A Southwestern Small Town Cozy Mystery (Ruby Shaw Mysteries) 

New Yorker Ruby Shaw arrives in a hillside town in Arizona with a brand-new name, a duffel bag on her shoulder, and her daughter, Allie, at her side. Before arriving, Ruby witnesses a murder that lands her in the witness protection program. That decision means she’s gone from being a successful artist to being a nobody in a postage-stamp-sized town called Paradise—a name that doesn’t fit the former ghost town. Even though their new digs are a little shabby, and there may be ghosts haunting the town, they are optimistic about their new lives, that is, until a neighbor turns up dead.

Having just arrived in town, living next door to the victim, and without an alibi, the community members are suspicious of Ruby. A local deputy befriends her, but the deputy still points to her as the culprit each time they find a new clue. If matters weren’t bad enough, Allie is having trouble fitting in at her new school, and Ruby can’t seem to hold down a job.

As they settle in, they meet the quirky inhabitants of Paradise: Bette—the chatterbox café owner, Flora—Allie’s eccentric babysitter, and Derek—who runs local history tours, which he jazzes up with ghost stories of questionable veracity.

Ruby’s life improves when she meets a handsome cook at the local café who is passionate about succulents and cacti, and may feel equally passionate about her. Even though Ruby and Allie want to stay in Paradise, a US marshal has other ideas, as he threatens to move them to a new town after Ruby gets mixed up in the murder investigation. Ruby must find the killer before she and Allie lose their new home or even worse—their lives.

About Janice Peacock

Janice Peacock is a cozy mystery author who specializes in craft and hobby mysteries. She loves to write about artists who find new ways to live their lives and perhaps catch a criminal or two in the process. While working in a glass studio with several colorful and quirky artists, she was inspired to write the Glass Bead Mystery Series. The Ruby Shaw Mysteries, which are set in a small hillside mining town, were inspired by her trips to Jerome, Arizona, and Jacksonville, Oregon. When Janice isn’t writing about amateur detectives, she wields a 2,500-degree torch to melt glass and create one-of-kind beads and jewelry. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and an undisclosed number of cats. Visit Janice online at

 My Thoughts

Aloe and Goodbye by Janice Peacock has Ruby Shaw and her daughter, Allie relocating to Paradise, Arizona.  They have been relocated to this small town by WITSEC after Ruby (not her real name) witnessed a murder in Las Vegas.  The first night, Ruby notices a ghost tour visit the home next door.  The next morning, Ruby notices the police outside the home.  She soon learns that the owner had been murdered.  Ruby finds herself being questioned by Deputy Sheriff Darla Cotton who eyes her suspiciously.  She seems to know that Ruby is hiding something (which she is).  Ruby finds herself a person of interest on her first day in the new town.  Ruby finds herself stumbling upon clues which do little to prove her innocence.  Her attempts to stay under the radar are not successful.   Ruby and Allie could find themselves relocated before they can say cactus.  Aloe and Goodbye is the first novel in the Ruby Shaw Mysteriess.  This is an easy-to-read story that moves along at a good pace.  I like the concept of the main character being in WITSEC.  It is unique for a cozy mystery.  Paradise is a former ghost town that is full of gossips.  Rumors seem to travel at the speed of light.  Paradise has some quirky residents with my favorite being a local artist who watches Allie after school.  The mystery was straightforward with a small suspect pool.  There is misdirection to distract reads from the true culprit.  I laughed at the one-of-kind weapon used in the story.  I like Deputy Sheriff Darla Cotton and Ruby’s handler (US Marshall), Victor Wilson.  Ruby meets the local diner cook, Luke who makes her heart beat faster.  I did feel the romance was misplaced in this book.  It was a little too much too soon considering Ruby and Allie have uprooted their lives and someone could kill them at any moment.  Just to let you know there are a couple of curse words in the story.  There is humor scattered throughout the story that had me laughing.  I like how Aloe and Goodbye ended.  I am curious to see what happens next with Ruby Shaw and her daughter, Allie.  Aloe and Goodbye is a cute cozy with a darling dog, an accommodating marshal, a job journey, school struggles, a local letch, and an incommodious murder.

Aloe and Goodbye is available from Amazon.   The book is on Kindle Unlimited.  You can find Janice Peacock's other novels here.  As part of the tour, Janice is giving away a paperback copy of Aloe & Goodbye along with cactus-themed products (Sorry, but the contest is only open to those who reside in the U.S.) such as pens, pins, and notepads.  Click here to enter or use the Rafflecopter form below.  Do not forget to leave a comment for an extra entry.  Good Luck!  Thank you for dropping by today.  I am a stop on the Celebrate Lit Tour for Maryann's Hope by Molly Jebber tomorrow.  It is the 4th novel in The Amish Charm Bakery series.  I hope that you have a rewarding day.  Take care, be kind, and Happy Reading!  


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Tour Participants

January 27 – I'm All About Books – SPOTLIGHT 

January 27 – The Avid Reader – REVIEW 

January 27 – Sapphyria's Book Reviews – SPOTLIGHT 

January 28 – I Read What You Write – GUEST POST 


January 29 – Elizabeth McKenna - Author Blog – SPOTLIGHT 
January 29 – Christy's Cozy Corners – AUTHOR INTERVIEW 

January 29 – MJB Reviewers -SPOTLIGHT 

January 30 – Books a Plenty Book Reviews - REVIEW, CHARACTER GUEST POST 

January 30 – Maureen's Musings – SPOTLIGHT 

January 30 – Reading Is My SuperPower – REVIEW 

January 31 – Paranormal and Romantic Suspense Reviews – SPOTLIGHT J
January 31 – Cozy Up With Kathy – AUTHOR INTERVIEW 

February 1 – #BRVL Book Review Virginia Lee Blog – SPOTLIGHT 

February 2 – Here's How it Happened – REVIEW 

February 2 – Brooke Blogs – REVIEW 

February 2 – Ascroft, eh? – CHARACTER INTERVIEW

February 3 – Literary Gold – REVIEW 

February 3 – Celticlady's Reviews - SPOTLIGHT

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