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Danay

Danay

Joined November 2019

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The best thing I have read all year. Hands down. I absolutely loved it. I now have a crush on Butch Cassidy.

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Catching up on the latest. Love this little series.

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Catching up on the latest. Love this little series.

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The House on Biscayne Bay | Chanel Cleeton
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This was such a good mystery. I‘ve loved all of Chanel Cleeton‘s books.

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Killer Run | Lynn Cahoon
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It‘s been a busy weekend. I didn‘t want to try to figure out what to read so I kept with this series. Besides this full book I also read a couple of short companion stories to this series. A Deadly Brew and Rockets Dead Glare.

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Caroline: Little House, Revisited | Sarah Elizabeth Miller
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This book took me back to junior high. Of course, it‘s a mature point of view. Beautifully written. I felt that it maintained the spirit and integrity of the Little House story perfectly in it‘s simplicity. A must read for Little House lovers.

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I‘ve been on a little bit of Royal reading journey lately. I enjoyed this book a lot. I hadn‘t really ever thought much about The Queen Mother before.

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The Royal Nanny | Karen Harper
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This book surprised me. It was so good! The true story of Charlotte Bill, who was the nanny of two future kings. David, who abdicated for dreadful Wallace Simpson, and Bertie, who was his successor. More importantly, she was the nanny of their little known baby brother Johnny. The one she cherished most.

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The latest in a cozy mystery series.

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Dressed To Kill | Lynn Cahoon
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I like this little series. It‘s good for when things get to serious. Gives my mind a break.

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I liked this book. It moved a bit slow at times but a very interesting story based on the author‘s own family.

Purpleness What a beautiful cover! 2mo
Danay Isn‘t it? 1mo
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Waaaay too romancy for my taste. Good story other than that though.

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The Phoenix Crown: A Novel | Kate Quinn, Janie Chang
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Surprising.

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The Gown: A Novel | Jennifer Robson
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I loved this book! Not especially deep but a sweet story.

fredthemoose This looks like total catnip for me. Stacked! 2mo
Danay @fredthemoose This book sent me on a little journey. I just finished reading The Queen‘s Secret and The Royal Nanny both by Karen Harper. Check them out if you haven‘t already. I enjoyed them both. 1mo
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Unsinkable | Jenni L Walsh
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This was interesting at times. But the ending felt contrived. Other than that ..meh.

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This book. It grew and grew I became more and more attached to Martha Ballard. Worth the hype.

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I‘m working my way through all of Kristin Harmel‘s books. This is the 7th. She‘s definitely one of my faves. This one is a bit lighter fare than some of the others. Not a bad thing, for sometime we need some light. The characters were likable even though flawed. The story was wrapped up in the end. Not all the characters got their happily ever after but Kristin shows respect to them and to the reader by giving them all closure.

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From Sand and Ash | Amy Harmon
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Amy Harmon never disappoints. This one started out a bit slow for me but it could have been my head space at that moment because it picked up quickly and I was hooked. I loved the ending.

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The Lost Hours | Karen White
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I‘m doing a book bracket for 2024. So far this is in the lead for January. But I‘m about to read an Amy Harmon book. And she‘s always a contender!

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This one. Beautifully written. Painfully long. Pointlessly so. Maddeningly so. By the end I was irritated and weary with the author‘s self indulgence. Again acknowledging almost lyrical words and beauty of the story. But lord have mercy…there were times I think I could have skipped a whole chapter and missed nothing in the story line.

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Half Baked | Denise Grover Swank
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This felt like the finale of a trilogy. Everything got wrapped up. And I thoroughly enjoyed all 3 books.

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The Kennedy Debutante | Kerri Maher
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I liked this book way more than I thought I would. I‘d never even heard of Kick Kennedy before this book.

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This story was interesting, although I do feel that it went a bit long. The last 1/4 of the book I kept thinking, “okay, let‘s wrap this up.” But overall a good read. “Good books are like amazing sunsets and awe inspiring landscapes. Better enjoyed with someone else.” -Zophia

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That Summer in Berlin | Lecia Cornwall
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This was a great start to the new year!

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I didn‘t really care for this one. I‘m just not sure if it was that I was not in the mood for it or if it was the book wasn‘t that great. I usually enjoy Sarah Sundin. Maybe it was me.

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Gulf Coast Christmas | Maggie Miller
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The final in this series. It has been perfect to listen to while doing all the Christmas things.

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Gulf Coast Wedding | Maggie Miller
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One more of this series. And it‘s been a great wind down for 2023.

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Gulf Coast Promises | Maggie Miller
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Number 100 for 2023. Goal reached. I‘ll finish this series and I already have my next read lined up. But I can read it at my leisure.

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Gulf Coast Moonlight | Maggie Miller
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This was 99 in my reading challenge for the year. I am fully invested in this series and will probably finish it before I read anything else.

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Gulf Coast Sunsets | Maggie Miller
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Number four in this happy easy series. Perfect for Christmas. Beach read but the family happy feeling is Christmasy.

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Gulf Coast Reunion | Maggie Miller
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Pushing through to make my 100 reads. Still enjoying this little series.

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Gulf Coast Secrets | Maggie Miller
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I might make my reading challenge this year thanks to this little cozy mystery series.

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Gulf Coast Cottage | Maggie Miller
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A new little light cozy series to read thru Christmas.

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Eight Winter Nights | Liz Maverick
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This was a little too cute. I‘ve gotta stop with the Christmas stories.

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The Santa Suit: A Novella | Mary Kay Andrews
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Just a sweet little Christmas story.

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The book had potential but I got bored. A very weak storyline. Plus I hated the romantic interest. So all in all … meh.

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If the Shoe Kills | Lynn Cahoon
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Pushing to make my 100 reads for this year. Gonna come down to the wire, I think.

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Mission to Murder | Lynn Cahoon
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#2 in the series. These are hitting the spot for fast easy reads during the busy holiday season.

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Guidebook to Murder | Lynn Cahoon
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A new cozy mystery because I need some cozy right now.

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The Devine Doughnut Shop | Carolyn Brown
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This book is so light and feel good. It was like a vacation. I‘m in a mood that I just can‘t with anything heavy.

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I don‘t do Hallmark movies at all. But I do like a good lighthearted somewhat predictable (in the very best way) Christmas book. This one fit the bill!

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I thought this would be a cute little coffee shop cozy mystery and it was but kinda boring. This series is not for me.

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Small Town Rumors | Carolyn Brown
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I liked this little book. A sweet simple story.

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The latest in one of my faves! Like catching up with an old friend.

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The House in Amalfi | Elizabeth Adler
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I‘m deep in the middle of planning and researching my summer trip to Italy so the book seemed appropriate. I started it as a time killer until the book that I really wanted became available. But it turned out to be really good. A light read in the best way!

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Bulletproof Barista | Cleo Coyle
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This is the latest in one of the first cozy mystery series that I ever started. And I‘ve been waiting a while for this one. This book was pretty good. The biggest complaint that I have about it is the “flirtatious” banter between Claire and Mike. I don‘t know why I found it icky in this book. It wasn‘t over the top. There was never much detail. Definitely rated PG but still it had a high idk factor. That could be just me though.

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Goodnight from Paris | Jane Healey
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I listened to this book on audible. It was a great story. The narrators voices and accents were awful to the point of being funny. But the story was so good I didn‘t even mind.

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The Girl I Was | Jeneva Rose
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I usually hate time travel books. But this one was so well done. Lessons to be learned.

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I really enjoyed this book and at times could relate on a personal to some of the storyline. That is when you know that the author has done it right.

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I‘m not sure how I feel about this one. I‘m not much for the paranormal. It was entertaining and funny at times. Not sure I‘m crazy about the main character. Maybe she‘ll grow on me. This is the first of several books in this series. I might read the next one but I‘m gonna a need a break from it for now. Two in a row is too much.