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A Reluctant Bride

A Reluctant Bride

On 10/7 Diane Kasperski wrote: I have to say I'm not usually a fan of romance and at first I thought this might be the typical romance: girl doesn't like guy, girl grows to like guy then love and happily ever after. I was so WRONG. Kathleen Fuller has an exceptional story here. The Reluctant Bride encompasses disenchantment, abuse, ... The Reluctant Bride

Diane's Rating:

5 Stars

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Willie Out West

Willie Out West

On 9/24 Diane Kasperski wrote: I thought this was a cute story - was it a dream or was it real? Willie is not sure. Willie the Walrus goes to the West for an adventure. He is bored of doing the same thing everyday. He gets elected sheriff. Whoa! Willie doesn't know anything about being a sheriff and now the town wants him to save ... Willie Out West

Diane's Rating:

4 Stars

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Submarines, Secrets and a Daring Rescue

Submarines, Secrets and a Daring Rescue

On 8/21 Diane Kasperski wrote: I found Submarines, Secrets and a Daring Rescue to be a great read and I even learned that there was a submarine used in the Revolutionary War invented by David Bushnell. The story is fiction but much of it has historical facts throughout. I also liked that the Clark family has Faith in the Lord to ... Submarines, Secrets & a Daring Rescue

Diane's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Bones Will Speak

The Bones Will Speak

On 8/3 Diane Kasperski wrote: I don't want to sound over zealous but The Bones Will Speak was outstanding. I started it in morning and I was done by evening. I had not read her first Gwen Marcy mystery but it was not necessary. The main character, Gwen Marcey, is a renowned forensic artist but has lost a lot of work due to a year ... The Bones Will Speak

Diane's Rating:

5 Stars

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A Pretty Age

A Pretty Age

On 7/27 Diane Kasperski wrote: At first I didn't think I was going to like this book. The first several chapters the text seemed too eloquent for the teens of a convent school. As the reader gets to know Antoinette particularly, more so than Sophiny, he/she realizes this is just her way to, I think, make life more interesting and ... A Pretty Age

Diane's Rating:

4 Stars

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