Month: July 2021

Cajun Kiss of Death by Ellen Byron

I’ve been to a double wedding, but never a triple wedding – that is, until now! Ellen Byron once again brings us a delectable cozy, Cajun-style. Cajun Kiss of Death immediately grabs your attention and tugs at your heart as the book opens with a triple wedding in Pelican,...

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Murder, She Edited by Kaitlyn Dunnett

Murder She Edited is the fourth and newest in the Deadly Edits Mystery Series, and Kaitlyn Dunnett has “out-dunn” herself once again! How Ms. Dunnett can keep churning out some of the best cozy mysteries out there, year after year, is beyond me! You’d think she’d finally...

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A Cool Jolt: Coffee Ice Cream

As the saying goes, “you scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream” especially in the hot summer months. Ice cream is a refreshing treat for all ages, and stores are touting every kind of ice-cream imaginable. Coffee Lovers Rejoice: This year I’ve seen more coffee...

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Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid

There’s a party going on in Malibu – and we’re all invited! We’re stepping back in time to August 1983 and we’re all guests on that fateful night when the Riva siblings hosted another one of their “anything goes” end of summer parties. It’s not easy being a “Riva” – just...

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Taking the “Dis” out of Discouraged

According to the dictionary, the definition of discouraged is having lost confidence or enthusiasm, disheartened. Unfortunately, it was incredibly easy to become discouraged when Covid seeped its way quietly throughout the world – them BAM, it struck like a bolt of unbridled...

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