Book Review for TWO STEPS FORWARD by Graeme Simsion and Anne Buist

TWO STEPS FORWARD will take you on a pilgrimage filled self-discovery and personal enlightenment. In the tradition of so many books before it, Graeme Simsion and Anne Buist have crafted a tale which is more about the people than the physical journey they take. The Chemin brought into my bookish world heartfelt emotion, real-life issues, and a bit of humor as it changed the characters I have grown fond of in these pages.

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Blog Tour for THE MILLION DOLLAR DUCHESSES by Julie Ferry

In 1895 nine American heiresses travelled across the Atlantic and bagged themselves husbands and titles. Though this phenomena had been happening for many years, 1895 was undoubtedly the most successful one for the unofficial marriage brokers Lady Minnie Paget and Consuelo Yzanga, Duchess of Windsor. For the English gentlemen the girls married it was a way to sustain their land, houses and all of the trappings of aristocracy.

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Book Review for THE THINGS YOU DIDN'T SEE by Ruth Dugdall

Wow. I am in love with THE THINGS YOU DIDN'T SEE. The book centers the shooting of Cassandra's mother and how the two main characters, Holly and Cassandra, are brought together because of this one event. As I greedy devoured this story, I was constantly turned upside down by the twists and turns. Some I saw coming and others took me by surprise. Nothing is ever exactly as it seems in this novel.

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