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Jun 13 2014
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The Witch of Belladonna Bay by Suzanne Palmieri – Review #SRC2014

The Witch of Belladonna Bay by Suzanne Palmieri – Review #SRC2014

The Witch of Belladonna Bay by Suzanne Palmieri

It’s the trouble you aren’t expecting that gets you. And it’s all around you, Bronwyn, it’s all around you like the air…

Bronwyn “BitsyWyn” Whalen hasn’t set eyes on the red dirt of Magnolia Creek, Alabama, for fourteen years—not since her mama died. But with her brother, Patrick, imprisoned for the murder of her childhood best friend, and her eccentric father, Jackson, at his wits’ end while her eleven-year-old niece, Byrd, runs wild, Bronwyn finds herself once again surrounded by ancient magnolia trees and the troubled family she left behind. She becomes immersed in a whirlwind of mystery and magic as she tries to figure out what really happened that fateful night her …

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Jun 07 2014
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Cure For the Common Breakup by Beth Kendrick – Book Review #SRC2014

Cure For the Common Breakup by Beth Kendrick – Book Review #SRC2014

Cure for the Common Breakup by Beth Kendrick is a story that runs the gamut of feelings, but still manages to be a light-hearted read. This is a fabulous summer/beach read. Right from the beginning of the book, you know you are not in for your typical breakup story. Summer heads to Black Dog Bay to heal her wounds after a tough break-up. She finds that the town is more than it seems and the people are as well. Summer also realizes that maybe her vision of herself is skewed.

I loved the concept of the town, and the characters were real and entertaining. The story was a quick read for me and I felt invested in finding out what …

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May 31 2014
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Love and Other Foreign Words by Erin McCahan – Book Review #SRC2014

Love and Other Foreign Words by Erin McCahan – Book Review #SRC2014

Love and Other Foreign Words by Erin McCahan is a quirky young-adult novel that I really enjoyed. Josie is smart, funny and full of one-liners that had me laughing out loud. The story was fast-paced and I just loved it. The dialogue was witty and just never quit. Josie and Stu were great characters. I disliked Geoff throughout the story as much as Josie did. Other than him, the other characters in the book were just as enjoyable as Jose and Stu. Love and Other Foreign Words by Erin McCahan was truly hilarious and well worth the read.

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