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Review: A Dance in Donegal by Jennifer Deibal

As I read this novel, I felt transported to Ireland in the 1920’s. Seeing things through Moira’s perspective as she tried to navigate a people who held rigidly to traditions and superstitions was eye-opening. I loved seeing Moira connect with … Continue reading

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Review: A Passion Most Pure (Daughters of Boston #1) by Julie Lessman

I have read so many really good books lately…books that I, without hesitation, rate at four or five stars because they are so well written and such beautiful stories. But, having just read A Passion Most Pure, I feel as … Continue reading

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