Month: February 2012

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TLC Book Tour Review: The Garden Intrigue by Lauren Willig + Giveaway!!!

TLC Book Tour Review: The Garden Intrigue by Lauren Willig + Giveaway!!!

The Garden Intrigue Lauren Willig Pink Carnations, #9 Dutton Adult February 16, 2012 400 pages Amazon|B&N provided by publisher RBM’s Disclaimer 5/5 Books Just in time for the post-Valentine’s Day chocolate hangover, THE GARDEN INTRIGUE is the latest novel in the nationally bestselling Pink Carnation series by RITA Award winner Lauren Willig (Dutton, On sale: […]

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CLP Blog Tour Guest Post: Special Guest, Zoe Tisdale from Erik Atwell’s Thank You For Flying Air Zoe

CLP Blog Tour Guest Post: Special Guest, Zoe Tisdale from Erik Atwell’s Thank You For Flying Air Zoe

Hi there. My name is Zoe Tisdale. Not long ago, I was a normal gal with a steady job and a stable guy. But thanks to a recent harrowing experience at 30,000 feet, my priorities have been jostled, and I’ve found myself at the peak of existential peril. These days, things like normalcy, steadiness, and […]

Posted 20 February, 2012 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 1 Comment
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Bewitching Book Tours Review: Her Man Flint by Jerri Drennan

Bewitching Book Tours Review: Her Man Flint by Jerri Drennan

Her Man Flint Jerri Drennan Department of National Security,#1 November 26,2011 eBook Amazon|B&N provided by author RBM’s Disclaimer 5/5 Books If James Bond and Cleopatra Jones had a daughter, Adriana Kent would kick her ass. Everything Adriana knows about being a top-notch, undercover agent she’s learned from her partner, Flint Morgan, in and out of […]

Posted 16 February, 2012 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 3 Comments
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Blog Tour Review: Love At First Sight by Vincent Zandri

Blog Tour Review: Love At First Sight by Vincent Zandri

Love At First Sight Vincent Zandri StoneGate Ink October 27, 2011 26 pages Amazon|B&N provided by Belle Consulting RBM’s Disclaimer 4/5 Books A young U.S. Army officer who’s served in Afghanistan finds himself suffering from intermittent bouts of “hysterical” temporary blindness due to impossible and deadly orders he was forced to obey by high command […]

Posted 15 February, 2012 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 2 Comments
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