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Tales From The Day by Wayne McFarland Book Review #27

#memrior #humor

Title: Tales From The Day

Author: Wayne McFarland

Genre: Memoir

Page Count: 126

Publishers: Black Rose Writing

Publishing Date: This Book Is Readily Available.

Book Description

Yeah, this is a memoir of sorts, if shark fishing in one’s underwear, roping a bear, getting drunk with your Grandfather, or losing ten grand at the Hollywood Sign is a memoir. The Day Johnny Cash Hit On My Wife is on the roster as well, for the only name drop in all the stories. There’s also a thing about getting shot in Arkansas and a road trip with a monkey. I can’t deny these were life shaping events, but truth be told they all happened under the heading of “oops.”

I volunteered to read this book. Thank you Black Rose writing for letting me read this book. This book is interesting. It will make you laugh and think. It is a 3 star read but it is still good.

The Duke Is But A Dream by Anna Bennett Book Review #26 (Book 2 Debutante’s Revenge series)

#book-review #ARC #romance

Title: The Duke Is But A Dream

Author: Anna Bennett

Genre: Romance

Page Count: 320

Publishing Date: July 30, 2019

Publishers: St. Martin’s Press

St. Martin’s Paperbacks

Book Description

Once upon a time three young ladies vowed to record their first London seasons…and to fill in the gaps of their finishing school educations. Thus began The Debutante Diaries—and London will never be the same…


Miss Lily Hartley is the anonymous mastermind behind the ton’s latest obsession: The Debutante’s Revenge, a titillating advice column for ladies on the marriage mart. To keep her identity secret, Lily delivers her columns disguised as a chimney sweep—which is all well and good, until she unwittingly lands in the middle of an ugly tavern brawl. Fortunately, the devastatingly handsome Duke of Stonebridge sweeps in to rescue her.Unfortunately, Lily’s dressed as a boy—and holding rather incriminating evidence linking her to the scandalous column. Drat.


When Eric Nash, Duke of Stonebridge, sees a helpless lad receive a nasty blow to the head, he’s outraged. But when he discovers there’s a beautiful woman hiding beneath the chimney sweep’s cap, he’s positively stunned. Nash would happily escort her home, but she’s forgotten her name—leaving him little choice but to take her in himself until he can locate her family. But the closer he gets to finding them, the more he doesn’t want to let her go.


Lily’s trying to figure out exactly who she is…in more ways than one. With so much at stake—her column, her reputation, and even her heart—she needs a plan, and she needs it fast. Before Nash finds her family. Before he learns who she is. Before they fall totally, completely, and utterly inconveniently in love.

This book is well written. This is also book 2 in the Debutante’s Revenge series. The characters are described well. I’m enjoying this book, I believe I will enjoy book 1 as much as I’m enjoying this book. This is a new to me author, and I definitely can’t to read more by her. It will suck you in as though you are walking alongside the characters. I would highly recommend this book. I really like the characters. Wow the steamy scenes are great and descriptive. I can’t wait to read more by this author.

Color Me In by Natasha Diaz Book Review #25

#ya #natashadiaz #book-review

Title: Color Me In

Author: Natasha Diaz

Genre: Teens & YA

Page Count: 384

Publisher: Random House Children’s

Publishing Date: August 20, 2019

Publisher: Penguin Random House A YA novel based on the author’s own story, is about a mixed-race Jewish girl as she faces coming-of-age issues before she has decided who she is and where she fits within her two very different worlds—one in Harlem and the other in Westchester County.

I volunteered to read this book. It is well written. The characters are described well. I really enjoyed this book. I would highly recommend it to anyone and everyone. Her writing style makes you feel as if you are in the story alongside the characters. I can’t wait to read more by this author. I wish nobody had go through life not feeling confident in themselves but I really liked how she was when she was finally comfortable in her own skin. If anyone has read this book I would like to know your thoughts and opinions.

Beneath A Prairie Moon by Kim Vogel Sawyer Book Review #24

#christianromance #arc #book-reviewer

Title: Beneath A Prairie Moon

Author: Kim Vogel Sawyer

Genre: Christian Romance

Page Count: 349

Publishers: Waterbrook & Multnomah


Publishing Date: March 20, 2018

Readers rabid for the sweet historical romances of Tracie Peterson and Tamara Alexander will flock to Kim Vogel Sawyer’s prairie-set heartwarmer of a pair of opposites destined for love.

Estelle Brantley grew up in affluence and knows exactly how to behave in high society. But when she is cast from the social registers due to her father’s illegal dealings, she finds herself forced into a role she never imagined: tutoring rough Kansas ranchers in the subjects of manners and morals so they can “marry up” with their mail-order brides. Mack Cleveland, whose father was swindled by a mail-order bride, wants no part of the scheme to bring Eastern women to Spiveyville, Kansas, and he’s put off by the snooty airs and fastidious behavior of the “little city gal” in their midst. But as time goes by, his heart goes out to the teacher who tries so diligently to smooth the rough edges from the down-to-earth men. How can he teach her that perfection won’t bring happiness?

I volunteered to read this book. It is well written. The main character got on my nerves but i liked all the other characters. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone. It is a 3 star read for me. I liked how Mack became friends with Abigail after a few days of her and Mrs. Bingham has been in Kansas. I can’t wait to read more by this author.

The Rebel And The Cowboy by Sarah Mayberry Book Review #23 Contains slight spoiler.

#therebelandthecowboy #sarahmayberry #romance #book-review

Title: The Rebel And The Cowboy

Author: Sarah Mayberry

Genre: Romance

Page Count: 244

Publishers: Tule Publishing

Publishing Date: April 29, 2019

Book Description

He’s got a lean, hard body and the heart of a poet…

Casey Carmody may be the dreamer in his family, but he’s a born-and-bred cowboy. His days are spent on the family ranch while his nights belong to his band and the music they create. Casey would never dream of walking away from his responsibilities to pursue a career in music – until he meets urban artist Eva King.

Eva has always been a rebel. In town to try to kickstart her career, the last thing she expects is to feel an instant connection with a cowboy. They both fall hard, but it doesn’t take long for the rebel in her to clash with Casey’s determination to do the right thing – even if that means sacrificing his dreams.

With so much at stake, can these two soulmates risk building a life together?

I volunteered to read this book. This book is well written. Who doesn’t love a good Cowboy romance. The chemistry between the two main characters is electrifying. It sucks you in as if you are apart of the story along side the characters. This book makes me want to travel to Marietta. She describes it beautifully. A cowboy who can sing and play guitar, nice. I really enjoyed this book. It has the steam and the art. I would highly recommend it to anyone and everyone. I can’t wait to read more by this author.

Silent Sisters by Joanne Lee Book Review #22

#ARC #silentsisters #truecrime #biographys

Title: Silent Sisters

Author: Joanne Lee

Genre: True Crime, Biography

Page Count: 209

Publishers: Mirror Books

Publishing Date: April 18, 2019

Book Description

deadly secret.

A horrifying discovery.

For over 20 years, Joanne Lee’s mother kept the remains of not one, but three newborn babies hidden in a bin in her wardrobe.

She had buried a fourth baby in newspaper and rags in St Helens Cemetery.

For the first time since exposing her mother’s crimes, Joanne breaks her silence over her family’s horrific ordeal and her fight for justice for the siblings she never knew.

Growing up in chaotic circumstances on Merseyside, Joanne suffered at the hands of a violent boyfriend and controlling relatives, as her mother lapsed into a downward spiral of drinking and casual sex following the break-up of her marriage. But the consequences of her mother’s messy lifestyle turned out to be far worse than Joanne could ever have imagined.

She already knew about the baby buried in a shallow makeshift grave next to the family plot. But when Joanne came across a red plastic bin in her mother’s wardrobe in 2009, she realised that the family home held an even more sinister secret.

In Silent Sisters, the daughter who was falsely accused of murdering her own baby sister will tell her full story for the first time, detailing her struggle to understand her mother, to piece together the truth and to give the four babies the proper burial they deserve.

This book is well written. It is so vivid. No one should have to go through that. It is horrible that she and her sister and brother had to go through that. God bless them and their families. I will definitely read more by this author. If anyone else has read her story let me know your thoughts down in the comments.