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BriefINK Review: NEW! ‘The Memory Hit’ by Carla Spradbery #BookBirthday

What if you find a book to be engrossing, well-written and gripping…but something was missing? The Memory Hit is exactly this. There’s much to captivate and draw you in, from the boy/girl twins, children of a notorious underworld figure,... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Since You’ve Been Gone’ by Mary Jennifer Payne

I love a good dramatic tale; my books don’t all need to be humorous, fantasy-filled or many tissues required. A mystery or thriller is just the ticket sometimes. What I find grinding about some serious stories, though, is when the narrative is... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Dream A Little Dream’ by Kerstin Gier

Kerstin Gier’s previous-translated-to-English Ruby Red series was one of my all-time favorites. Though I never saw much about it online, I know that it was extremely popular because every single day (still) I get search hits on my site for one... Read More | Share it now!

BriefINK Review: ‘Dear Killer’ by Katherine Ewell

Briefly: Kit Ward has been primed to take over the family business. Well, at least on her mother’s side, anyway. Vienna Ward was a serial killer, and has been training Kit in the art of assassination since she was young. And how do they find their... Read More | Share it now!

Book Review: ‘The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight’ by Jennifer E. Smith

Rating: 4 What is it that causes one person to be attracted to another person? If you look back and try to pinpoint the moment you fell in love with your significant other, can you? And, if you had not been in that place at that time, would you have... Read More | Share it now!

Quick and Dirty Reviews for March 2012: Books Rating 3/5 Stars

Nine of the 14 books I read this month received 3 Stars. Bel Canto by Ann Patchett (Fiction): I almost gave this book a 2. If it weren’t for the wonderful writing and the unique story, I would have. It is a favorite of one of my friends whose... Read More | Share it now!

The Angel Angle: The Infernal Devices and The Mortal Instruments (Part 1 of a Series)

While wandering through the stacks of books that were out last Christmas at my local Barnes & Noble, I saw a book in the Young Adult section that immediately drew my attention. Disregarding the old saying about judging and books and covers, the... Read More | Share it now!