Cindy's Treasury of Good Tales

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Cindy's Treasury of Good Tales

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Book Review: The Lost Heir

December 11th, 2015 · No Comments · Cover Reveal, Fantasy, Four Star

I have finally finished reading The Lost Heir by Andi O’Connor! I had planned on finishing and posting this review on Wednesday, but life got in the way. Apologies for the delay! In any case, it was a fun fantasy read that can be found on Book Club Reading List. Synopsis “Their situation was hopeless. Darrak closed […]

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Book Review: The Angel of Innisfree

November 17th, 2015 · 4 Comments · Book Review, Five Star, Historical Fiction, Love Stories

I’m not sure how to begin this post. I’m in a sort of reading coma–like a food coma, but experienced after over-indulging on a good book. The Angel of Innisfree, by Patrick F. Rooney, is a seriously fantastic read and can be found on Book Club Reading List. Synopsis The story begins in Ireland in […]

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Book Review: Again, Alabama

October 21st, 2015 · 2 Comments · Book Review, Contemporary Romance, Five Star

What a delightfully cozy feel-good story! Just finished Again, Alabama by Susan Sands last night and I loved it. The perfect book to curl up with under a warm blanket on a cold day with a cup of hot cocoa and a slice of pecan pie. Now doesn’t that sound wonderful?? You can find Again, […]

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Book Review: Prophase, A Present Tale

October 13th, 2015 · 2 Comments · Book Review, Fantasy, Five Star, Young Adult

Just finished Prophase, A Present Tale, by Mitchel Street, last night and holy cow! Talk about a killer ending! Those last few chapters were simply amazing. I’m wishing the sequel was written so I could continue the journey. You can find this young adult, science fiction/fantasy novel on Book Club Reading List under the “Action […]

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Book review: Dobyns Chronicles

October 1st, 2015 · No Comments · Book Review, Four Star, Historical Fiction

Just finished up the historical fiction novel Dobyns Chronicles, by Shirley McLain, and I feel like I need to speak with a southern cowboy drawl! The writing style just put that accent in my head through the entire story. I found Dobyns Chronicles on Book Club Reading List. Synopsis Dobyns Chronicles is the story of […]

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