The Audacity of Sara Grayson by Joani Elliott

June 17th, 2021 Kimberly Review 6 Comments

17th Jun
The Audacity of Sara Grayson by Joani Elliott

A fellow blogger reviewed The Audacity of Sara Grayson by Joani Elliott. After reading her thoughts, I immediately wanted to read it. This women’s fiction offers self-growth, a touch of romance, and a bit of a mystery. Grab an iced coffee and see why it’s is the perfect summer read…

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🎧 Fugitive Telemetry by Martha Wells

June 15th, 2021 Kimberly Review 7 Comments

15th Jun
🎧 Fugitive Telemetry by Martha Wells

It’s no secret that I love Martha Wells’ Murderbot Diaries narrated by Kevin R. Free. The stories are a delight to listen to from the mysteries, to Murderbot’s interpretation and interactions with humans and other artificial intelligence. While Fugitive Telemetry takes us back through the timeline, it offered a murder-mystery that kept me guessing.

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🎧 Letters Across the Sea Genevieve Graham

May 10th, 2021 Kimberly Review 5 Comments

10th May
🎧 Letters Across the Sea Genevieve Graham

Every time I listen to a novel by Genevieve Graham I not only meet endearing characters but I learn more about the history of Canada and its role during significant moments in our world history. In Letters Across the Sea, we learn about Canada’s depression and their roles during WWII. Come see why I fell in love with this story…

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The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba by Chanel Cleeton

May 3rd, 2021 Kimberly Review 10 Comments

3rd May
The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba by Chanel Cleeton

I have enjoyed all of Chanel Cleeton’s books, but she has truly found her voice with historical fiction surrounding Cuba. The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba shares the story of three women as it sweeps us back and forth between New York and Cuba during the Gilded Age. War, bravery and romance awaits you with this history inspired tale.

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