Monthly Archives: April 2008

When Calls the Heart (Canadian West Bk 1) by Janette Oke

I really enjoyed this book. Set in Canada in the early 1900s. Elizabeth, a teacher in Ontario is encouraged to visit Alberta where her half brother resides with his family. After consideration Elizabeth makes the trip West, to rural Canada … Continue reading

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Divas don’t knit by Gil McNeil

I thought this would be very chick litty, but it was a lovely read and as a reader it was easy to identify with the main character. Jo is the mother of two young boys, her husband a reporter who … Continue reading

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Irish Chain by Earlene Fowler

An old boyfriend returns home to visit his uncle, nothing particularly odd, until the uncle and another resident are discovered murdered. Benni can’t resist…..meanwhile, Benni is asked to gather some data for a local history for publication about the Japanese … Continue reading

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As Always, Jack: A Wartime Love Story by Emma Sweeney

Emma following the death of her mother stumbles across a series of letters which were sent from her father to her mother in their courting days, at the backend of World War Two. After 6 months of corresponding, they had … Continue reading

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Morning Comes Softly by Debbie Macomber

As I had to spend 4 hours on the train today, I thought that I would read a light enjoyable book to ease the journey. Travis is grieving for the loss of his brother and sister in law. Now the … Continue reading

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Plum Lovin’ by Janet Evanovich

Continuing with the eventful life of Stephanie Plum, this time with Diesel, with only vague appearances of Ranger & Morelli. I can’t believe though, that we have made it through a Plum book with no car blown up!

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Pomegranate Soup by Marsha Mehran

The very gentle story of three sisters who flee their home Country of Iran to start a new life in Ireland, via London. Establishing yourself in a foreign country is never easy, and given the turbulant times of Iranian history, … Continue reading

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