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Review of 88 Great Daddy-Daughter Dates By Rob and Joanna Teigen

There is something special about a father-daughter relationship. 88 Great Daddy-Daughter Dates is a great resource for ideas and tips. Some of the chapters include: * Leave cares behind * Be yourself * Set a goal to learn something new about your daughter * Build anticipation * Picnic in the park * Animal pancakes * […]

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Remembering Christmas by Dan Walsh

Remembering Christmas is a nice cozy holiday novel. The settings is in the 1980s in a small town in Costal Florida. A young man struggles through finding his way in life after his father leaves. Though he doesn’t realize it until later in life, he has become bitter toward others. He pursues success in business, […]

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Give My Love to the Chestnut Trees By Beverly Varnado

It’s not often I’m surprised by a book, but this book captured me from the beginning. I knew early on I would like this story. In fact, out of the hundreds of novels I’ve read, I’d rank this book in my top 10 fiction books. Give My Love to the Chestnut Trees is a rich, […]

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Review of The Devil in Pew Number Seven

Few books have touched me like this one. If I had to summarize it in two words, it would be ‘Forgiveness personified.’ The book begins by Rebecca telling her story. In a short time her life went from being a daughter of a happy country preacher, to a living hell when a power hungry man […]

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Fasten your seatbelt! Review of Steven James’ The Queen.

Steven James is a master storyteller. Each novel gets a little bit better. I’ve read each book in the Patrick Bowers series and this one raises the bar. The Queen is fast paced and holds the reader’s interest until the end. Characters The Bowers series has a great list of characters that are well developed […]

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