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REVIEW: The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert
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It is apparent Kolbert invested hours upon hours, as well as, endured uncomfortable physical duress to explore all the research that went into this work. Kolbert takes you across the globe where she consults with paleontologists, herpetologists, geologists, stratigraphists, and astrophysicists who are all diligently working to understand the past five great extinctions, as well as the current great extinction period - ours.

Of all the ideas mankind adopts and the ingenuity we possess as a species it is baffling how little society does to ensure mankind's existence. The Sixth Extinction explores the acidification of the oceans, the...Read More

17 Things for your Booknook
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When I go to book signings and author events, I like to bring a healthy heap of book swag to giveaway to visitors and passersby as a way to say thank you for stopping by to check out my table. I've included some of the items I use in my giveaways in this window shopping list. If your book obsession is as severe as mine - the kind that causes you to become giddy when you see book decor to adorn your reading corner - then you may enjoy some of these bookish finds.

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REVIEW: The Beast of Beswick by Amalie Howard
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I can't pass up a Beauty and the Beast adaptation. While this never claimed to be and strays far from that storyline, it certainly satisfied that love of B&B I hold. Charming, sexy, fun, suspenseful, and gallant. It was everything I look for in a historic romance. My first read by Howard and it didn't disappoint.

The damsel in the novel takes a bold move in an effort to save her sister from being forced to marry a lecher. While her proposition is unwanted by the Duke of Beswick, he soon feels obligated to protect her and finds...Read More
REVIEW: Highland Fire by Tanya Anne Crosby
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After reading Crosby's Highland Brides series, I was hooked and happy to find yet another of her series that centers around 12th century Scotland. Highland fire is full of fascinating folklore, treachery, personal struggle, and enticing sexual attraction.

It is a suspenseful historic romance about a woman named Lileas who is forced to wed a reclusive pecht warrior, Aidan dun Scoti. As if an arranged marriage isn't difficult enough, her father murdered his parents. She isn't expecting much from Aidan other than perhaps him killing her on site and is unsure why he even agreed to the arrangement.
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REVIEW: Meant to Be Kept by Amelia Foster
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Meant to Be Kept by Amelia Foster
- Review by Lauren of Romance Novels for the Beach
Whatís it About?
One night. One too many drinks. One mistake. Thatís all it took to derail my marriage. Now, all I can do is beg for a second chance. To try and redeem myself in a bid not to lose the love of my life. Iím determined to use every second, every moment I have to show my wife how much she means to meóto rebuild the trust I shattered. But...Read More
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