Category Archive: book review

Claudine by Barbara Palmer

Suspense and erotica combine to create one of the best novels I have read in a long time in Claudine by Barbara Palmer. Claudine is a sexy and thrilling escape that you will not be able to put down! I love my books – they take me to a far away place, removing stress and […]

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Hideaway Cove by Anna Sullivan #review

Hideaway Cove, a Windfall Island Novel, features Jessi Randal a woman who has just walked away from her last relationship with a child and a broken heart. Years later the last thing this single mother wants is to give Windfall Island anything more to gossip about. Yet the moment she lays eyes on the tall, […]

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DK Math Boutique: Build Up Those Math Skills for BTS #review

Math can either be the easiest subject for your child to master or it can cause frustration and tears. We have seen both in our house. Some units are easier while other units can take a lot to master – I still have nightmares of calculus and I am dreading the day when I have […]

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Home To Chicory Lane by Deborah Raney #review

Family, home and the first year of marriage – all of these are important aspects of our life but can cause great stress as well. Especially that first year of marriage! All of these combine to make a wonderful, heart warming story of family and love in Home to Chicory Lane. Audrey Whitman’s dreams are […]

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Starting the School Year Right with DK Readers #review

Reading is one of my favourite past times. It is also an essential skill that I want my children to master and feel comfortable with while still loving it. Sometimes children can become frustrated with their reading, not knowing a word, the material may not be something that they like or the book itself is […]

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