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Book Review: White Fur by Jardine Libaire

White Fur“People looked to him like one of those Tibetan children picked out as a reincarnated lama. They think he knows the secret to life. They get mad when he doesn’t offer it up. What happens, anyway, when the village chooses the wrong kid as their prophet?” – White Fur

So this is going to be a different kind of review for me. White Fur is a book I’m not quite sure how to categorize or review. At this point, I’ve only read half of the book. It’s definitely not a DNF (did not finish) as I do want to finish this book. It’s more of a finish later kind of a book. This is for a couple of reasons.

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Review: My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella


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I was thrilled to learn that Sophie Kinsella has a new book coming out this winter, and even more thrilled when I received an advanced copy from Random House through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! I have been a fan of Ms. Kinsella’s work since Confessions of a Shopaholic. I have read all of her Shopaholic series and all of her stand-alone novels as well. My Not So Perfect Life is a typical Kinsella book, complete with a lovably flawed main character who has a big problem that can only be solved through hilarious schemes and hijinks!

Katie Brenner, or Cat, or Katie…well, frankly, she can’t quite decide…has long dreamed of moving from England’s countryside to a more exciting and glamorous life in London. What she learns upon moving to the big city, however, is that life is a lot less sparkly and a lot more expensive than it looks in the pictures and movies. Unless of course you visit Katie/ Cat’s Instagram account. If you were judging based solely on that, you’d think she had the perfect life in London.
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Review: Defenders of Justice #1: Fatal Frost by Nancy Mehl

fatal-frostI received a free copy of the book for today’s review from Bethany House Publishers. Fatal Frost is the first book in the Defenders of Justice series by Nancy Mehl. I was excited to receive this copy as the synopsis from the publisher sounded intriguing and unique for a Christian fiction novel.

First of all, this was an exciting read! It was unlike any other Christian fiction I’ve read. Too often, Christian fiction “plays it safe” rather than placing characters in contemporary, conflicting, and exciting situations. I also find that Christian fiction often goes overboard on the Christian theme, with the characters praying or quoting the Bible on every other page. This book, however, kept the Christian theme subtly woven throughout the book. It wasn’t too much or too little.
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Review: Now That It’s You by Tawna Fenske

Now That Its You

Cover art is copyright of Montlake Romance

I received an advanced copy of this book through NetGalley. I seem to be on a roll recently with romances and the description from the publisher was intriguing so I decided to give it a shot.

I give this book two thumbs up for plot. It was very creative. I wasn’t sure at first if I was supposed to sympathize with Meg who left her ex-fiance, Matt, at the altar or if I was supposed to dislike her. Cue Matt’s unexpected and permanent departure from Meg’s life just as she is ready to make amends to kick my sympathies for her into high gear. What a confusing and emotional thing to have to deal with. Then throw in Matt’s sexy, artistic brother, Kyle, to make things even more complicated. The plot was complex with surprises I didn’t see coming. Keep on Reading!