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Jackpot
by Stuart Woods

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Teddy Fay succeeds again. This is a refreshing sideline to the stale Stone Barrington series of bed hopping. Some of the writing seemed convoluted, but did pull it together at the end.

How to Catch a Duke
by Grace Burrowes

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This sixth novel in the "Rogues to Riches" series was the best one to date. The characters were very well-developed, interesting, complex, believable, and engaging. The plot was unique with a number of twists and turns. The dialogue was witty and humorous, often laugh-out-loud funny. The passionate romance just added to the story. A great read!

Ivy & Bean One Big Happy Family
by Annie Barrows

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This book is about Ivy getting spoiled, and Bean and Ivy trying to unspoil Ivy. So, first, they try Brain food (Pickles & Bananas) + (Carrots & Cocoa Powder) that didn't work, So, they went to monkey park and Ivy tried shouting to the gods to bless her by giving her a baby sister. And that didn't work. So, I haven't finished the book, So, I will tell you more later.

The Last Peach
by Gus Gordon

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Didn’t keep my attention like the other books do.

Drama
by Raina Telgemeier

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I love this book! it is full of "drama" and it always gets me!

Tiny Habits
by Bj Fogg

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Few too many anecdotes for me. But really awesome concept outlined.

Lies We Bury
by Elle Marr

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Enjoyable read!

Down In New Orleans
by Heather Graham

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This mystery/thriller is set in New Orleans. The plot is well-developed, fast-paced, with lots of suspense and some twists and turns. The dialogue is witty and engaging. The well-developed characters are believable and interesting. A very good read.

The Second Summer Of The Sisterhood
by Ann Brashares

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I loved this book. I read the first book of the series last summer and few in love with the story. It's a great summer read and love jumping into the story with all of the great details. Definitely will be reading the next to books.

The Winemakers Wife
by Kristin Harmel

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It has been a very long time since I literally read a book in one day. I could not put it down. So much for getting my chores done. The book alternates between the story of Ines in the 1940's and Olivia in the 2015's. Grandmother Edith hauls Olivia to Paris after her divorce and the story of Ines, Michel, Celine, and Theo branches off from there. They live in the Champagne region of France and are wine makers during WWII. According to the author's note at the end, some of the characters are fictional but their stories are real. The events are real. The book is well researched and well written.