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Guest Author, Judy Ann Davis with book Four White Roses

Spotlight on Four White Roses, by Judy Ann Davis

When author friend, Judy Ann Davis told me she had a new release to spotlight, and that her story featured a ghost—I was all in. Her newest release entitled, Four White Roses, is a contemporary romantic suspense with paranormal elements and comedy. Now tell me, with that description how could this not be the perfect recipe for an awesome book? 

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Can a Movie be as Good as the Book?

There are three groups of people. Those who watch a movie and then seek out the book. Those who watch a movie and then never read the book. Then those who are still waiting to watch a really good movie because they have the book in their TBR pile. Me? I’m buried under a long TBR list in category number three. Which category do you fall into? Continue reading

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How the Ideal Romance Hero Is Like a Chameleon

Welcome to this #MFRW 52-week blog hop! This week’s topic is ideal romance hero. I think he’s kind of like a chameleon. Initially I thought this because the ideal hero varies for each person, the beauty is in the eye of the beholder and all that jazz. Not because they are like a lizard and the whole projecting their tongues more than twice their body length (get your mind out of the gutter, this is a PG blog peeps!) But after a little research on chameleons, I found out the camouflaging, color-changing lizard shared other similarities with the ideal romance hero. Continue reading

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