The Stolen Marriage by Diane Chamberlain

October 3rd, 2017 kimbacaffeinate Review 49 Comments

3rd Oct
The Stolen Marriage by Diane Chamberlain

Diane Chamberlain magically transports me to her settings and introduces vibrant and complex characters. Such was the case with THE STOLEN MARRIAGE. It’s 1944 when folks are dealing with food rations, racial discrimination, and polio outbreaks. Chamberlain touches on all three as our protagonist Tess DeMello makes an error that lands her in Hickory, North Carolina. Poignant, inspiring and fascinating I devoured THE STOLEN MARRIAGE.

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Barking Up the Wrong Tree by Jenn McKinlay

September 28th, 2017 kimbacaffeinate Review 30 Comments

28th Sep
Barking Up the Wrong Tree by Jenn McKinlay

BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE by Jenn McKinlay was absolutely freakin’ adorable. This is the second contemporary romance story in the Bluff Point Romance series and it delivered all the swoons, snark and swoons I could hope for in a novel. McKinlay included four and two-legged friends that stole my heart.

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Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

September 27th, 2017 kimbacaffeinate Review 49 Comments

27th Sep
Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

I was drawn to LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE by Celeste Ng thanks to fellow bloggers and decided to review the audio. Ng takes us inside the homes of ” the perfect neighborhood, ” and while you may envy their perfect little life, they are far from happy. Brilliantly poignant Ng’s grasp on human relationships, particularly those of the mother-daughter dynamic was cleverly insightful.

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The Hunt by Chloe Neill

September 25th, 2017 kimbacaffeinate Review 32 Comments

25th Sep
The Hunt by Chloe Neill

THE HUNT by Chloe Neill is the third novel in the Devil’s Isle urban fantasy series set in New Orleans, Louisiana. This was another addictive edition with some reveals, a race to exonerate Liam and an ending that has me craving the next installment. Neill’s Devil’s Isle series offers a rich world, a strong heroine and plenty of action against the backdrop of a dystopian New Orleans.

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Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett

September 22nd, 2017 kimbacaffeinate Review 25 Comments

22nd Sep
Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett

I very rarely pick up a young adult contemporary, but once in a while a fellow blogger’s comments, or in this case, the voices of many drove me to do so. ALEX, APPROXIMATELY by Jenn Bennett was absolutely delightful! Witty and realistic with friendships and romances that were messy and beautiful. Grab it, whether you are young or young at heart.

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