My MacArthur By Cindy Fazzi

Are you looking for a historical fiction novel set in the Philippines that is full of sexual tension, secrets, and all that is forbidden? Drinking during Prohibition, powerful older men sneaking around with feisty younger biracial women, and steamy love making scenes? My MacArthur by Cindy Fazzi is a brand new historical fiction romance that introduces readers to Douglas MacArthur’s coveted lover, Isabel Rosario Cooper.

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Books With Magic and Romance: 5 Heart-Stopping Reasons To Read Grim Lovelies

Are you looking for young adult books with magic and romance? Here are 5 reasons why you should read Grim Lovelies by Megan Shepherd.

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Teen Summer Romance Books: Meant To Be Broken

Are you look for teen summer romance books that will keep you up all night? Fall in love along with Rayne in Meant To Be Broken by Brandy Woods Snow.

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Pictures Paired With Storytelling: A Unique Sydney and Melbourne Travel Guide Book Review

Have you ever wondered how you could share your heartfelt travel stories and memories with the world? Put Instagram into a universal book? Or transform your journal into a travel guide, inspiring others to take their first steps out into the world? Husband and wife, K. MacKenzie Freeman and Doug Freeman, have done just this with their Sydney and Melbourne travel guide, Impressions of Sydney and Melbourne. As part of a series, this book navigates readers through Australia using both pictures and short stories. A Book Review of Impressions of Sydney and Melbourne by K. MacKenzie Freeman and Doug Freeman A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Words If you recall the English Lit idiom, “a picture is worth a thousand words,” then you are already prepared for the Freemans’ memoirs. The idea behind this older phrase is that one picture tells a more complex story than a word-filled description. Playing on this…

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Fiction Books Set In Paris: A Book Review Of One Paris Summer

I love reading books set in places that I am about to visit.  That is why before heading to France, I had to peruse One Paris Summer by Denise Grover Swank.  One of the many great YA fiction books set in Paris, Swank pulled me into teen drama and heartbreak while giving me a personal tour of Paris. A Book Review Of One Paris Summer by Denise Grover Swank Sophie and her brother, Eric, are forced to spend the summer in Paris with their father and his soon-to-be new bride. Off to a rough start filled with lies, deceits, and hurt feelings, why not add in an evil stepsister with a revenge seeking agenda? Camille is hell-bent on torturing Sophie; she and her friends are straight out of Mean Girls. Even worse, Eric’s friend and Sophie’s crush is coming to stay for the summer, and Camille goes straight for him. Wanting only to play…

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