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The Goodbye Bride by Denise Hunter – A Contemporary Romance about Finding Home and Forgiveness

About the Book:The Goodbye Bride Denise Hunter
Author: Denise Hunter
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Source: Purchased
Publication Date: 2016
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Series: Summer Harbor, book 2
Genre: Fiction; Contemporary Romance
Rating: 5 out of 5

REVIEW | On what should be the happiest day of her life, Lucy Lovett cannot remember a thing. She wakes in a strange place on the floor of a Portland restaurant confused about how she got there – in a wedding gown, no less! Her solution is to call Zac Callahan, the one man she does remember most vividly. But their wedding day isn’t for another several months, which means something she can’t remember has happened. Angry, Zac wants nothing to do with Lucy. But the mystery becomes, why? As Lucy tries to return home – to Summer Harbor, Maine, she finds no one is eager to welcome her back.

A woman who can’t forget the man she loves. A man who wishes he could forget.   Continue reading “The Goodbye Bride by Denise Hunter – A Contemporary Romance about Finding Home and Forgiveness”

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Just a Kiss Denise Hunter
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Just a Kiss by Denise Hunter – A Marine, a Best Friend and A Kiss

A B O U T THE B O O KJust a Kiss Denise Hunter

Author: Denise Hunter

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

Source: Publisher Provided

Publication Date: 2016

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Series: Summer Harbor, book 3

Genre: Fiction; Contemporary Romance

Rating: 5 out of 5

REVIEW | He should have never run away. Yet that’s exactly what Riley Callahan did. Driven by the pain of unrequited love, Riley enlisted in the Marine Corp to escape the happiness of his brother Beau and Riley’s best friend, Paige. Now, Riley returns home to Summer Harbor, Maine, only this time, he’s not the man he once was. He’s returning missing part of himself physically and emotionally. Beau is now engaged to another and Paige is still as beautiful as ever – and she’s made it her mission to help Riley.  Continue reading “Just a Kiss by Denise Hunter – A Marine, a Best Friend and A Kiss”

A Portrait of Emily Price Katherine Reay
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A Portrait of Emily Price by Katherine Reay – A Classy Masterpiece

A B O U T THE B O O KA Portrait of Emily Price Katherine Reay

Author: Katherine Reay

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

Source: Author Provided, Launch Team

Publication Date: 2016

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Genre: Fiction; Contemporary

Rating: 5 out of 5

REVIEW | Fixing things, whether broken or not, is Emily Price’s van Gogh. As an art restorer she’s passionate about righting anything that is “wrong” and anyone that hurts. From swooping in save her sister from her flighty behavior patterns therefore saving her from herself, to perfecting her work as a restorer, she likes projects. Her latest job takes her to Atlanta where two things happen. First, her life changes for the better… and coinciding with this euphoria is when everything falls apart. It’s Atlanta where she meets, Ben, an Italian chef who sweeps Emily off her feet. Their whirlwind romance leads them to Italy where Emily discovers long buried secrets in Ben’s family that changes everything. Continue reading “A Portrait of Emily Price by Katherine Reay – A Classy Masterpiece”

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Unblemished by Sara Ella – A Mark That Signifies Power. A Girl Caught in the Middle.

About the Book: Unblemished Sara Ella

Author: Sara Ella

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

Source: Author Provided (thanks, Sara!)

Publication Date: 2016

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Series: Unblemished, Book 1

Genre: Fiction; Fairy Tale, Contemporary Young Adult

Rating: 5 out of 5

REVIEW: Eliyana isn’t like the other girls. Her normal is hiding in the shadows. Just getting through the day is an everyday accomplishment. The mysterious blemish covering her face puts El in the “freaks” crowd at her school. But everything shifts when El loses her mother. This is when her entire life falls apart. To begin with, El discovers the next door neighbor (the boy she’s been crushing on), Joshua is anything but ordinary. Following this up, she learns there is an alternate world hidden within the New York she knows. Suddenly, El is thrust into a world of trolls, fierce warriors and a dangerous new romance. Continue reading “Unblemished by Sara Ella – A Mark That Signifies Power. A Girl Caught in the Middle.”