Until Next Sunday by Audry Fryer

~Personal Review~ I love reading novels that are based on true stories, people and places. Until Next Sunday is the story of two young adults learning what it means to trust and fall in love with someone when it seems the universe is working against them. Rosina has come to American for a better life, […]

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Burning Ground by D. A. Galloway

Graham Davidson grows up during the 1960’s and 70’s- they seemed to have the perfect middle class family. Brothers, a sister- father worked, mother volunteered-dad upgraded the vehicle to one with power steering, and they had dinner as a family at night. But tragedy after tragedy struck this poor family and often Graham questioned why […]

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When We Blinked by Stephanie Mack

This novel is a good reminder that sometimes we need to really focus on each other and it does take work, time, trust and communication to make a marriage work. Newly divorced, single mother Sera decides to try out the dating apps with the encouragement from work colleagues. This app is different though, no photo. […]

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