Monday, December 31, 2012

Three Odd Balls by Cindy Blackburn

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Blurb: A romantic vacation for…five? This wasn’t exactly what Jessie and Wilson had in mind when they planned their trip to the tropics. But the fun begins when Jessie’s delightfully spry mother, Wilson’s surfer dude son, and Jessie’s rabidly hyperactive New York agent decide to tag along. But what kind of trouble can these three oddest of odd balls possibly get into? Take a guess.

My Review: In a series full of hijinks and adventure, this third Cue Ball Mystery just may be the most fun yet. Jessie and Wilson are planning a perfect Christmas getaway in Hawaii, only to be joined at the last minute by her mother, his son, and Jessie's literary agent Louise. (Tessie is even more adorable and hysterical when Louise is involved!!!) Things get even worse when a dead body is discovered in Tessie's bungalow. Eventually Jessie finds herself in a situation similar to one of her romance novel heroines. (Her reaction to the wilderness, spiders in particular, is much like mine.) I also enjoyed the scenes where Jessie contacts her friends back home to see how her cat Snowflake and Wilson's two felines are co-habitating in their absense. You never know, it might just be a tryout for a more permanent living arrangement!

Even if you've never played pool in your life, this really is a mystery series you need to pick up. I would compare it to Janet Evanovich's Stephanie's just that much fun.

I received a copy of this book from the author with the request for a review.

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Sunday, December 30, 2012

The Sunday Post #22

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer ~ It's a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.

Christmas Gifts:

For Upcoming Blog Tours:

Cats and Crime by Fiona L Woods
Cowboy Heat (Hell Yeah!) by Sable Hunter
Pompomberry House by Rosen Trevithick
If Summer Ends by Celestia Whitehead
Dreams of Forever by Brenda Jackson
Big Sky Mountain by Linda Lael Miller
The Wrangler by Lindsay McKenna
All He Ever Needed by Shannon Stacey
Totally Buzzed by Gale Borger
Until Tuesday: A Wounded Warrior and the Golden Retriever Who Saved Him by Luis Carlos Montalvan
Lady X's Cowboy by Zoe Archer
Miss Merry's Christmas by Callie Hutton
Killer Fudge by Mary Kay Andrews
No Such Thing as a Secret by Shelly Fredman
Nothing but Love by Holly Jacobs
Ruins of Lace by Iris Anthony
A Season of Seduction by Jennifer Haymore
A Cold Creek Noel by RaeAnne Thayne
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith
Winter of Secrets by Vicki Delaney
Darker by Degree by Keri Knutson
Calin's Cowboy (A Vet Tech Romance) by Regina Duke
Illegally Iced by Jessica Beck
Somebody to Love by Kristan Higgins
Deadly Reunion by Elisabeth Crabtree
Nothing Hidden by Paulette Bullinger
Angel in a Fur Coat by CL Enuton
The Tea-Olive Bird Watching Society by Augusta Trobaugh
Miss Stake by CG Powell
Secrets of a Perfect Night anthology
Let It Be Love by Victoria Alexander
All the Pleasures of the Season by Lecia Cornwall
Flirt by Gem Sivad


Saturday, December 29, 2012

Cynthia Woolf's Capital Bride Virtual Book Tour

Introducing Cynthia Woolf's 
Unexpectedly homeless, un-wed mother Sarah Johnson has few options.  They could go live with her cousin William, but Sara believes there’s something untoward about his offer and it leaves her feeling uncomfortable.  She's qualified to be a governess, but no one will have her because she wasn't married when she had her precious MaryAnn.  Matchmaker & Co could be her salvation as mail-order-bride to Mr. John Atwood.

Single father, John Atwood, is raising his daughter the best he can in the wilds of the Colorado Territory but knows he needs help.  No woman he knows wants to take on the raising of his daughter who hasn't spoken since she saw her mother brutally murdered during a bank robbery.  Can Sarah, John and their two daughters overcome their pasts and find happiness together?

An Excerpt from Capital Bride

New York City    April 10, 1867
On the other side of the door was her last resort.  Either this or prostitution and prostitution was not a choice.  She couldn’t raise MaryAnn in that environment, nor if truth be told, could she lower herself to live like that.  At least this way there would be some stability in her little girl’s life.
    Sarah took a deep breath, turned the knob, and walked through the door to a better future for her daughter and, if she were lucky, for herself.
    The office was small and precisely kept.  A single desk with a straight, high backed wooden chair, one in front and one behind, sat in the middle of the room.   She’d noticed the flowered curtains were open on the way in, curtains tied to the side.  The small area was flooded with dazzling afternoon light.  The walls were whitewashed and the desk well organized.  There were several tables with neat piles of files along one wall.  The other wall held several rows of pictures of women and men.  None smiling, as that was the way pictures were taken, but all appeared to be wedding pictures.  Below each picture was a small brass place with the names of the bride and groom and the date of the wedding.
     A small, woman in her late thirties with fiery red hair, sat behind the desk.  When Sarah got closer she saw gorgeous dark blue eyes behind the wire rimmed glasses perched on the end of her nose.  Her eyes were so dark a blue they could almost be called violet.  They were striking and clear, honesty shone from them along with a “no nonsense” attitude.
    “May I help you?” the woman asked.
    “Um.  Yes.  My name is Sarah Johnson.  I saw your advertisement for mail order brides.”
    The woman looked Sarah over, taking in her clothes, her hands clasped in front of her and ending at her face.
“First, let me introduce myself.  I’m Margaret Selby and I own Matchmaker & Company.  Please, sit down.  You’re older than the women we usually have.  You’re also better dressed and don’t appear to be hungry.  What would bring someone like you to my door?”
    “I’ve been living with my great aunt.  She passed away suddenly two weeks ago and the lawyer says I need to find other lodgings.  My cousin, William, has inherited everything except a small stipend she left for me.  William is selling everything.  MaryAnn and I have nowhere else to go.”
    “My daughter.”
    “So, you are a widow?”
    Now was not the time to be less than truthful, if she wanted this woman’s help.  “No.”
    “I see.  How old are you, Miss Johnson?”
    “I’m twenty-eight.”
    “And your daughter?”
    “MaryAnn is five.”
    “Tell me, Miss Johnson, how did you come to find yourself with child at age twenty-two without being married?  Surely you knew how those things happened by that age.”

Meet the Author
Cynthia Woolf was born in Denver, Colorado and raised in the mountains west of Golden.  She spent her early years running wild around the mountain side with her friends. She worked her way through college and went to work full time straight after graduation and there was little time to write.  Then in 1990 she and two friends started a round robin writing a story about pirates.  She found that she missed the writing and kept on with other stories.  In 1992 she joined Colorado Romance Writers and Romance Writers of America.

In 2001, she saw an ad in the paper for a writers conference being put on by CRW and decided she'd attend.  One of her favorite authors, Catherine Coulter, was the keynote speaker.  Cynthia was lucky enough to have a seat at Ms. Coulter's table at the luncheon and after talking with her, decided she needed to get back to her writing.  She rejoined both CRW and RWA that day and hasn't looked back.

Learn more about the author at:  ​​.


Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge

I am excited to be participating in the Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge (my first ever reading challenge as a blogger!), hosted by Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf. Any full-length book with a witch as a main character, or books with witchcraft themes count toward this challenge. Each month, there will be a post on Melissa's blog to link up reviews.
Melissa Eclectic Bookshelf
This is my official challenge post to track my progress. I'm aiming for the Maiden level of 6-10 books.


Friday, December 28, 2012

Holiday Buzz by Cleo Coyle

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Blurb: Holiday time is party time in New York City, but after a sparkling winter bash ends with a murder, Village Blend coffeehouse manager Clare Cosi vows to put the killer on ice... At the Great New York Cookie Swap, pastry chefs bake up their very best for charity. Clare is in charge of the beverage service, and her famous Fa-la-la-la Lattes make the gathering even merrier. But her high spirits come crashing down to earth when she discovers the battered body of a hard-working baker's assistant. Police suspect a serial attacker whose escalating crimes have become known as "The Christmas Stalkings." Clare's boyfriend, NYPD detective Mike Quinn, finds reason to believe even more sinister forces are involved. Clare isn't so sure, until she finds a second bludgeoned baker and becomes a target herself. Now Clare must investigate "Saint Nick," crash a pro-hockey party, and dodge a pair of reality TV divas--because she's not going to rest until justice is served.

My Review: When I rediscovered my love for mysteries nearly 10 years ago, Cleo Coyle's Coffeehouse Mysteries was the first series I picked up. So many years later it's still going strong and I couldn't be happier. This series has a depth to it you don't see in every mystery...perhaps because the series has gone on for quite some time the characters have had more time to develop. I've loved watching Clare's relationship with Quinn grow, as well as her daily interactions with her business partner/ex-husband Matt, her daughter Joy, the delightful Madame, and all her quirky employees. I enjoy all the coffee tidbits in these books, and with this one in particular I loved the Christmas in New York setting and all the yummy details of the Great New York Cookie Swap. Clare's attempts to solve her part-time employee's murder while dealing with a real jerk of a detective, reality tv stars and a professional hockey player who can't keep his hands to himself made for an action-packed page turner.

FTC Full Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the publisher with the request for a review.

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Thursday, December 27, 2012

Free eBook Alert: Playing with Poison

I enjoy passing the word when a book I've really enjoyed is being offered at a really great price. Playing with Poison by Cindy Blackburn is FREE through tomorrow, 12/28. Read my review here.

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Monday, December 24, 2012

The Christmas Carol Murders by Christopher Lord

Blurb: It's the holiday season in Dickens Junction, Oregon. Local bookstore owner Simon Alastair is getting ready for the community's annual celebration of Charles Dickens's well-known story. But when a mysterious stranger shows up in the Junction and is murdered hours later, Simon begins to suspect that his little community has been targeted for destruction by a shadowy organization. With the support of Zach, a dashing young magazine reporter, Simon decides to investigate the crime himself. When a second murder follows, Simon must confront the worst questions of all: which of his friends and business associates is a ruthless murderer? And why is everyone suddenly reading Ayn Rand?

My Review: I can't tell you how excited I was when this book popped up on my radar. A Christmas Carol is my all-time favorite story, so a cozy mystery set at Christmas in a town named Dickens Junction - it's like it was written just for me.

I was surprised at how this book veered from my idea of a traditional cozy - the protagonist is openly gay, and the murders are quite gruesome. In spite of this (and the fact that the political slant is so opposite my views it made me cringe), I really enjoyed this complex mystery. The characters were unique, the setting divine, and the revelation of the killer was a complete surprise...definitely Christie-esque. I would definitely visit Dickens Junction again.

FTC Full Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the publisher with the request for a review.

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Sunday, December 23, 2012

The Sunday Post #21

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer ~ It's a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.
You'll notice this week that I've purchased many audio of the 2 challenges I'll be participating in for 2013 is going to be an Audio Book Challenge (more on this later in the week). Audible has had some fantastic deals this week!

Merry, merry Christmas everyone...I'm so sad that it's almost over!!! This season goes way too fast as far as I'm concerned...


NetGaley/Review Books:

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Strung Out to Die by Tonya Kappes
The Welcome Home Garden Club by Lori Wilde
Death Goes to the Dogs (Lizzie Crenshaw Mysteries) by Teresa Watson

Deadly Neighbors (A River Valley Mystery) by Cynthia Hickey
Hero Cat by by Eileen Spinelli and Jo Ellen McAllister Stammen

The Oak Island Affair by Jane Bow

Seductive Secrets (Secret Lives Series) by Colleen Connally
Till the Cows Come Home: A Stella Crown Mystery by Judy Clemens

Deck the Halls With Love: A Lost Lords of Pembrook Novella by Lorraine Heath

The Final Arrangement (A Cozy Murder Mystery) by Annie Adams

Martin the Christmas Mouse by Jane Whiteoak

Armed and Outrageous (An Agnes Barton Mystery) by Madison Johns

Highland Fling by Emily Harvale

Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr Seuss
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
Magic Tree House, Book 10 by Mary Pope Osborne
Magic Tree House, Book 44: A Ghost Tale for Christmas Time by Mary Pope Osborne
The Secrets of a Courtesan by Nicola Cornick
The Mysterious Lady Law by Robert Appleton
A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness
Until Tuesday by Luis Carlos Montalvan
Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos by RL LaFevers
A Modern Witch by Debora Geary
Midnight Pleasures with a Scoundrel by Lorraine Heath
In Bed with the Devil by Lorraine Heath
Surrender to the Devil by Lorraine Heath
Between the Devil and Desire by Lorraine Heath
Her Husband's Harlot by Grace Callaway

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Know Me Better 12/22

This Week's Questions:
Do you like the spotlight or lurking in the shadows?
How many books are in your TRB pile?
What is next on your to read list?
What one item would you eat for the rest of your life?
What is the last thing you bought?

Do you like the spotlight or lurking in the shadows? Definitely lurking in the shadows..I'm a very quiet, private person.

How many books are in your TRB pile? Enough to last me several lifetimes. I have boxes and stacks of hardcovers and paperbacks all through my house and 2,000 ebooks.

What is next on your to read list? Cindy Blackburn's Three Odd Balls, Erika Chase's Read and Buried, and Wendy Roberts' Grounds to Kill.

What one item would you eat for the rest of your life? Pizza

What is the last thing you bought? An ebook, of course...Strung Out to Die by Tonya Kappes

Friday, December 21, 2012

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Mid-Winters Eve Blog Hop

Welcome to my stop on the Mid-Winters Eve Blog Hop!

There will be a different book given away at each of the stops. At the bottom of this post are all the sites participating in the book hop. Make sure to visit (and follow) everyone and enter their giveaways :)

So, on to my part in the hop!

I'm giving away trade paperbacks of the first two books in Robin Lee Hatcher's Where the Heart Lives historical romance series...Betrayal and Belonging. Simply leave a comment with your email address so I can contact you...and if you choose to follow my blog I'll enter you in my giveaway twice. Good luck and have fun!!!

The Clue is in the Pudding by Kate Kingsbury

Blurb: The kitchen staff of the Pennyfoot Hotel is toiling away to prepare the finest meal for the guests on Christmas. And the plum pudding may very well be to die for…

Cecily Sinclair Baxter could use a Christmas miracle. Mrs. Chubb, the Pennyfoot’s housekeeper, must travel up north for a family emergency, and Cecily needs a temporary replacement. The agency doesn’t have much to offer on short notice during this busy time of year. But they have someone—Beatrice Tucker—who turns out to be more of a curse. She fights with just about everyone, including Archibald Armitage.

Star of the London stage, Armitage is staying at the Pennyfoot this holiday season. His presence turns out to be a blessing after he rescues the stable manager’s dog from drowning in the icy duck pond. But not everyone in Badgers End is a fan of the actor…

When Armitage drops dead after Beatrice serves him some plum pudding, everyone assumes the huffy housekeeper is the culprit. But as Cecily begins to investigate, the list of suspects grows, and solving this case may not be as easy as pie…or pudding.

My Review: No Christmas season is complete without a visit to pre-WWI rural England via Kate Kingsbury's Pennyfoot Hotel series. I think this is my favorite one yet. Housekeeper Mrs. Chubb has been called away and temporarily replaced with Beatrice "Tucker the Terrible" who has everybody on edge. Things go from bad to worse when an actor staying at the Pennyfoot is found dead in his bed after Beatrice brings him some plum pudding. Could she have poisoned the pudding? Maids Gertie and Pansy certainly hope so...that's one way to get rid of the tyrant!!! But as Cecily starts investigating she discovers the actor was quite the ladies' man and was involved in a string of tragic affairs.

I enjoyed how much the Gertie/Clive and Pansy/Samuel relationships were featured in this book, and of course the annual disaster of Phoebe's Christmas pageant. I can't wait to see what will unfold in subsequent books with all the changes afoot. The mystery was a page-turner with a wealth of suspects that had very valid and personal reasons to see the Casanova dead.

I would love to visit the Pennyfoot during the Christmas season (in spite of the Christmas Curse).

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Christmas of the Red Chiefs by Linda Lael Miller

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Blurb: The bittersweet tale of a young woman who can’t hide her broken heart—or her past—when she returns to her hometown. But a sexy widower may just help her discover the true meaning of home….

My Review: When I pick up a Linda Lael Miller book it's usually a historical romance, so this is the first contemporary of hers that I've read. It's the story of Sarah, a recent widow who has moved back to her hometown with her stepdaughter Marlie to help her injured aunt run her carolling business, Barrels of Carols, over the holiday season. She's not close with Aunt Delores, and all Marlie wants to do is run away to her "Real Mother" who wants nothing to do with her. Sarah has no intentions of rebuilding her life in Bent Tree Creek...until she meets Delores' widower neighbor. A short, sweet contemporary Christmas romance.

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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

A Christmas for Katie by Shelley Shepard Gray

Blurb: Will a little Amish girl make a Christmas miracle?

It isn't easy to be Katie Weaver. Her sister-in-law Ella is about to have a baby, making Katie an aunt for the second time . . . and she's only six and a half! Plus, her favorite librarian, Miss Donovan, seems sad. She won't even fix up the rundown nativity in front of the library in time for Christmas. Then, an old woman is attacked outside the library, and, one by one, the nativity figures start to disappear!

Luckily, there's a new deputy in town, Connor Fields.

He takes a real liking to Miss Donovan . . . and he promises to find the missing nativity pieces for Katie.

Now, all Katie has to do is pray that Ella's delivery goes well and that some kind of nativity is in place for Christmas Eve. Oh, and that Miss D. falls in love with Connor. Katie knows from watching her three brothers that it makes people real happy. And that would be a Christmas miracle indeed!

My Review: It's hard for me to believe that with the enormous popularity of Amish fiction this is my first read in the genre. Of course it's obvious my first choice would be a Christmas novella! This is a perfect little story about an absolutely adorable child, a librarian searching for love, and a falling apart outdoor Nativity Scene (with disappearing pieces) that brings the two friends even closer together resulting in a magical living Nativity for their town. Even the revelation of the thief has a charming twist...this one is sure to put you in the holiday spirit!

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Monday, December 17, 2012

Eve Hallows and the Book of Shrieks by Robert Gray

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My Review: I signed up for the Eve Hallows Blog Tour back in October because I was looking for an unusual Halloween read, and I enjoyed it so much!!! It was just the type of creepy YA fiction that I like - a departure from the usual vampire fare. The storyline and characters were unique and compelling. I have to say my favorite scenes were in Eve's father's pizza restaurant...absolutely hysterical. This is a timeless read that will appeal to young adults, teens, and adults. I was sent the second book in the series as well and look forward to the continuing adventures of Eve, her family and friends.


For fourteen-year-old Eve Hallows, life can be summed up in one word—horrible.  She has the most horrible friends.  She lives in a horrible old castle.  Even her family is a bunch of horrible monsters.

However, in the monster-inhabited world of Gravesville—a world where messages are sent through Ouija boards, jack-o’-lanterns get facials to suit their moods, and the worst thing Eve has to deal with are those annoying zombie tourists who overrun her favorite graveyard during the Halloween season—horrible means wonderful.  And everything for Eve is perfectly horrible.

But her life is about to go head over heels when a mysterious group known as The Source starts terrorizing Gravesville.  Now she must move to the human world—where everything is opposite ... and for Eve, that's absolutely adorable!

Praise for Eve Hallows and the Book of Shrieks:

"Move over, Neil Gaiman’s CORALINE and THE GRAVEYARD BOOK … make room, Lemony Snicket’s A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS … you’ve got company and competition for shelf space!" -- THE HORROR FICTION REVIEW

"WOW! What an absolutely horrible book (horrible meaning fantastic!) ... This book was laugh out loud funny.  I loved when Mom accidentally turned people to stone.  Dad's crazy attempts at running a pizza store were just hysterical." -- KIDS 'N' BOOKS

"This is the perfect book to be read aloud, read at night under the covers or simply devoured in one sitting. Robert Gray’s Eve Hallows and the Book of Shrieks simply shines with all of its fun creepiness, compelling characters and stellar writing. A MUST read for any MG fan!" -- WORD SPELUNKING

 "Eve Hallows is highly imaginative without being too complex for its target audience. Fall in love with Eve, her friends and her family of adorable monsters. Lose yourself in a light read that will remind you of those days when your English teacher just want you to read something, anything. This book is it. The one that you wish you read when you were in grade school." -- JOYOUS READS

"Overall, this book was fantastic. It presents an admirable role model as well as a strong family unit which will benefit young readers. When so many books right now have presented teens in a not-so-flattering light, it is so wonderful to find a book like this one." -- BOOK COVER JUSTICE



Ever since encountering The Source and its minions on Halloween, Eve Hallows has found life surprisingly quiet … not to mention adorably boring!  So when Dad receives a Ouija message that she must return to Gravesville, Eve couldn't be happier—at least until she discovers the Director of URNS, also known as the Grim Reaper, has a special job for Eve … one that will lead her to New York City and to the true identity of The Source.

With The Book of Shrieks offering zero help and a new URNS agent driving the school boys—and Eve!—crazy, Eve's beginning to realize this whole saving-the-world nonsense isn't what it's cracked up to be.

All this and she still has to find The Book of Shadows....

Praise for Eve Hallows and the Book of Shadows:

"This book was perfectly horrible! Horrible meaning amazingly awesome, of course. Eve's world once again sucked me in and would not let go until this part of Eve's story was finished" -- LILI LOST IN A BOOK

"This is a perfect combination of YA, Horror, Paranormal and Fun!" -- BOOK LOVERS PARADISE


Author Robert Gray

Robert Gray is a writer.  If that job description doesn't impress you, how about fantasy writer? Too general? Well, he doesn't get insulted if you call him a horror writer. If horror's not your thing, then scratch out horror and replace it with suspense. And for the kiddies, you can slap on a YA or MG in front of that title.

Gray lives in Bushkill, Pennsylvania with his wife and two children.

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Sunday, December 16, 2012

The Sunday Post #20

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer ~ It's a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.
Christmas Gift from Audible:
The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle | [Arthur Conan Doyle]


For an upcoming blog tour I'm participating in:
Waiting for Spring


Little Boy Blue by Kim Kavin
Liberty Belle by Patricia Carroll
Christmas in Sawyer Falls by HM Bailey
Christmas Carole by DL Marriott
Her Good Name by Ruth Axtell
Miss Kane's Christmas by Caroline Mickelson
The Complete Sherlock Holmes
All That Glitters by Donna Ball
Superstitions by J Carson Black
Delusions with Murder by Jenn Vakey
Murder in Christmas River by Meg Muldoon
Whitechapel: The Final Stand of Sherlock Holmes
Hope for Christmas by Jennifer Hayden
Miracle in New Hope by Kaki Warner
Five Golden Rings: A Christmas Collection
Compromising the Marquess by Wendy Soliman
Coffee in Common by Dee Mann
End of the Trail (Texas Trail Series) by Vickie McDonough
Tangled to Death by JM Griffin