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The Teashop on the Corner by Milly Johnson

I love, love, love this book. 4.5/5 ⭐️

At first it was a puzzle why there are so many characters but they have slowly came together to make the story come alive. All of them, including the not so pleasant ones are important to the plot.

The characters, their flaws, their good side and everything about them sort of grew on me like friends who started early on till a deeper relationship has been formed. I smiled a lot as well as cried with them.

I somehow knew some twists will happen like who is going to rent Carla’s extra room. I felt that Leni had been hiding something from the rest of the gang. I figured out early on who was pilfering Molly’s valuables. Harvey and his surprises were a bonus.

This is about facing your fears, believing in yourself, letting go, moving on, trusting others and loving unconditionally.

Notice the time stamp when I was done reading.

Hot Blooded by Lisa Jackson Book Review

Hot Blooded by Lisa Jackson. I tried to guess who the killer/stalker was but I got it wrong first. My second guess was right but there was a surprise twist or maybe two that made the story plot good enough. I don’t know if there is a book where the missing brother is featured.

Christmas at Lilac Cottage by Holly Martin Book Review

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Almost Dead by Lisa Jackson Book Review

ALMOST DEAD Lisa Jackson thrilling and even if I wanted to read it fast, I went slow. Wasn’t able to know who the bad person was but I got who the accomplice was. Nice read, not just during cold, rainy nights.

The Thrill of Victory by Sandra Brown Book Review

The Thrill of Victory by Sandra Brown feels like Whiskey Beach of N.Roberts.

This story was done almost in just one setting. I didn’t think it was possible to write a best seeking novel in just few weeks 😀 There are big words used in this story.