The Slow March of Light by Heather B. Moore

The Slow March of Light by Heather B. Moore

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The Merchant and the Rogue (Book 3) by Sarah M. Eden

The Merchant and the Rogue by Sarah M Eden

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Strong Like the Sea by Wendy S. Swore

Strong Like the Sea by Wendy S. Swore

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of Strong Like the Sea by Wendy S. Swore Have you ever been afraid of something? Maybe something that you used to love? Or possibly something that shouldn’t give …

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Champion’s Quest: The Die of Destiny by Frank L. Cole

Champions Quest The Die of Destiny by Frank L. Cole

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of Champion’s Quest: The Die of Destiny by Frank L. Cole Adventure books have always been one of my favorites to read. Throw in some fantasy, and it’s bound …

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The Barrister & the Letter of Marque by Todd M. Johnson

The Barrister and the Letter of Marque by Todd M. Johnson

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Isabelle and Alexander by Rebecca Anderson

Isabelle and Alexander by Rebecca Anderson

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of Isabelle and Alexander by Rebecca Anderson Most love stories begin with the dating or courting process. Some even begin before that with the first looks or the crush. …

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In Times of Rain and War by Camron Wright

In Times of Rain and War by Camron Wright

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A Captain for Caroline Gray by Julie Wright

A Captain for Caroline Gray by Julie Wright

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of A Captain for Caroline Gray by Julie Wright May I start by saying how thankful I am that I live now? Right now. In this time and place. …

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Book Review of Stella by McCall Hoyle

Stella by McCall Hoyle

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of Stella by McCall Hoyle A good dog (or any pet) story can warm your heart, make you cry, or bring back wonderful memories of time spent with your …

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REAL by Carol Cujec and Peyton Goddard

REAL by Carol Cujec and Peyton Goddard

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of REAL by Carol Cujec and Peyton Goddard As a teacher, I have taught a few students over the years who are higher-functioning students with autism. As a community …

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