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You Can't Say That to Me
by Suzette Haden Elgin

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This book outlines a plan sto stop verbal abuse. It was okay, but it really didn't hold my interest. It wasn't what I expected. I give it two out of five stars.

About a Dog
by Jenn McKinlay

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This was a wonderful romance book with comedy and interesting characters. The aunt was a favorite. I really enjoyed this book! I give it five stars!

The Syndicate
by Brick,Storm

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Carl Weber does it again. First book I've read but these two kept me on my toes. Fast paced, and drama filled. If you looking for easy reading this is it. Can't wait for part 2

Lady J
by L. Devine

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It was intriguing for Jayd's dreams to come back and haunt her when she is accused of being a witch instead of being known as a priestess who is trying to help. Misty was deceitful and conniving for trying to ruin Jayd's reputation at South Bay High School. She is under Esmeralda's evil grasp to destroy the legacy of the Williams lineage once and for all. Hopefully, Jayd's mom and grandmother can give her more guidance as well as knowledge to stop Esmeralda before she destroys them for good.

Close To Home
by Peter Robinson

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Excellent story. Peter Robinson's character Detective Chief Inspector Alan Banks is a very introspective person. He feels guilty about a friend who's been missing for years and thinks he could have saved his friend from being kidnapped. But, there are more complications and the other ongoing investigation is also keeping Banks busy. I like the locations of the Robinson's books and descriptions.

Yesterday Once More
by Debbie Macomber

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Three years after running out on her wedding day, Julie returns to try it again. She marries Daniel and finds out he is more controlling than ever. This was not one of my favorites. Two stars.

Wives, Fiancees And Sidechicks Of Hotlanta
by Sheree Whitfield

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I couldn't get into this book. The writing is ok, but the subject material is so superficial. I felt like I was watching reality tv! I guess you write what you know to be true.

The Supremes Sing The Happy Heartache Blues By Edward Kelsey Moore
by Edward Kelsey Moore

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This book was more rewarding than the first. Mr. Moore has done it again. This book has mystery, love, sex, and scandal all wrapped in one. And after all that is done, he leaves an ending that lets you know that 3 is right around the corner. 5 stars.

Balm
by Dolen Perkins-Valdez

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This is a book basically about healing. It's about the process of healing from the wounds of slavery, families and the mental abuse that resulted from these experiences after the civil war. This novel is very slow paced. Dolen Perkins-Valdez' s first book "Wench" is an exquisite debut novel compared to Balm.

Dating Game
by Danielle Steel

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I felt extremely sorry for Paris Armstrong for losing her entire marriage to Peter due to his selfish desire to be with someone else younger than her. Despite confusion, anger, and heartbreak, she managed to find true love again and raise another beautiful child named Hope. Also, Paris became a strong and courageous woman who found her own identity despite being a wife and mother throughout her entire lifetime.
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