Tag Archives : 2.5 stars

Book Review – Answered Prayers by Danielle Steel

Answered Prayer was my very first book from Danielle Steel, not actually a good book for me to start but I still think it’s a decent read. An emotional story of wasted years, sacrifices, and a faith that GOD answers prayers when you wait long enough. Answered Prayers by Danielle Steel First Published by Corgi Books on January 1, 2002 Genre: New Adult, Romance, Contemporary 416…

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Book Review of This Time Forever by Rachel Ann Nunes | Blushing Geek

Book Review – This Time Forever by Rachel Ann Nunes

This Time Forever is a story of heartbreak, healing, and faith. It’s a single book that contains two cute love stories that is tenderly rolled into one. Definitely a clean Christian Romance. This Time Forever is book 1 of the Mickelle series written by Rachel Ann Nunes. This Time Forever by Rachel Ann Nunes Series: Mickelle, #1 Published by March 10, 2011 Genre: Romancel, Christian 358…

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Book Review of To Kill For by A.J. Carella | Blushing Geek

Book Review – To Kill For by A.J Carella

To Kill For by A.J. Carella Series: The McKays, #1 First Published March 10, 2014 Genre: Suspense, Thriller 217 pages Format: eBook Source: Free book Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars Buy: Book Depository, Amazon (currently FREE) Find on Goodreads Families can be murder … do you trust yours? Money and a handsome fiancé from a good family. What more could a girl want? Jamie McKay appears to have…

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Book review of Quite Contrary by Richard Roberts | Blushing Geek

Book Review – Quite Contrary by Richard Roberts

Published by: Curiosity Quills Press Publication Date: March 30, 2013 Genre: Fairytail Retelling, Fantasy, Suspense, Horror 317 pages Format: eBook Source: Purchased Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars Buy: Amazon, Book Depository, Barnes & Noble Find on Goodreads Sypnosis: The secret of having an adventure is getting lost. Who ever visited an enchanted kingdom or fell into a fairy tale without wandering into the woods first? Well, Mary is lost. Mary…

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