The Cinderella Murder by Mary Higgins Clark

December 19th, 2014 Kimberly Review 62 Comments

19th Dec
The Cinderella Murder by Mary Higgins Clark

It has been a while since I read a mystery by Mary Higgins Clark and was excited to listen to The Cinderella Murder the first in the Under Suspicion series. The stories feature cold cases, unsolved murders for a television program and the Cinderella Murder introduced us to Laurie Moran the producer of the television series Under Suspicion. Clark offered a compelling campus mystery with plenty of likely suspects.

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The Peripheral by William Gibson

December 18th, 2014 Kimberly Review 56 Comments

18th Dec
The Peripheral by William Gibson

William Gibson was an author on my wish list so when an opportunity arose to review his newest science fiction thriller on audio narrated by Lorelei King, I jumped at the chance. The Peripheral is a fascinating speculative fiction set in two worlds in the future that interact over an event. Oddly realistic and filled with gadgets and gizmos it reads like a thriller.

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Holding Holly by Julie Brannagh

December 16th, 2014 Kimberly Review 62 Comments

16th Dec
Holding Holly by Julie Brannagh

Holding Holly is a holiday romance novella, in the Love and Football series by Julie Brannagh and takes place in the town of Noel at the peak of the holiday season. Cute, clean and filled with good will towards men, this is a delightful way to spend an evening.

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Sweet Cowboy Christmas by Candis Terry

December 10th, 2014 Kimberly Review 24 Comments

10th Dec
Sweet Cowboy Christmas by Candis Terry

It is no secret that I love Candis Terry’s Sweet, Texas series. Cowboys, family, and a sweet romance make this series delightful. Terry makes it all the sweeter with her small-town Texas, setting. Therefore, it only makes sense that I had to add Sweet Cowboy Christmas to my Ho-Ho-Ho read-a-thon reads. I am so glad that I did. Chase and Faith were sweet, and despite it being, a novella Terry gave us a sweet slow-building romance.

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Home for the Holidays by Rochelle Alers

December 10th, 2014 Kimberly Review 10 Comments

10th Dec
Home for the Holidays by Rochelle Alers

When I saw the cover of Home for the Holidays, I accepted it without even reading the blurb. Have I mentioned my weakness for holiday themed covers and stories? Turns out this novella is part of the Cavanaugh Island series by Rochelle Alers. Thankfully, it worked beautifully as a standalone and turned out to be a foodie book complete with recipes! Score!

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The Winner Takes It All by Jennifer Dawson

December 9th, 2014 Kimberly Review 69 Comments

9th Dec
The Winner Takes It All by Jennifer Dawson

The Winner Takes It All by Jennifer Dawson drew me in with its synopsis and cute cover. After requesting it, I realized this was book two in the Something New series. No worries folks this worked splendidly as a standalone. However, I feel the need to warn you; you will want to grab Take A Chance the first and will be patiently waiting for the third. Hot chemistry and a great dynamic group of friends and siblings made The Winner Takes It All a delicious afternoon delight.

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The Wolf in Winter: A Charlie Parker Thriller by John Connolly

December 4th, 2014 Kimberly Review 56 Comments

4th Dec
The Wolf in Winter: A Charlie Parker Thriller by John Connolly

When I was offered an audio of Wolf in Winter by John Connolly, I found myself intrigued by the synopsis. I immediately wanted to know what was happening in Prosperous, Maine. I did not realize at the time that this was the twelfth book in the Charlie Parker thriller series. While I struggled here and there due to the series arc, the heart of the tale dealing with Prosperous was an odd curiosity that kept me intrigued.

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All He Wants for Christmas by Lisa Plumley

December 3rd, 2014 Kimberly Review 65 Comments

3rd Dec
All He Wants for Christmas by Lisa Plumley

All He Wants for Christmas by Lisa Plumley is the fourth book in the Kismet, Michigan series but do not let that deter you from enjoying this holiday read as it completely works as a standalone. Small-town charm, children, goldfish and a gooey romance make this a delightful holiday read.

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Symbiont by Mira Grant

December 1st, 2014 Kimberly Review 46 Comments

1st Dec
Symbiont by Mira Grant

I was very fortunate to receive an advanced finished copy of Symbiont by Mira Grant. It is the second book in her Parasitology series that started as a duology and is now a trilogy!! After the release of Parasite, Grant’s fans demanded more. Fans wanted more details, fleshed-out characters and world building. Grant obliged and I am ever so grateful. Symbiont changed my perception, raised questions, and had me holding my breath as we plunged deeper into this apocalyptic nightmare.

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