Tag Archives: Novella

Review: High Noon by Vannetta Chapman

This is the final installment in the Cyber Division series. These short novellas are all about cyber terrorism. I have really enjoyed reading these stories that highlight different emergency situations that could come about if key areas across the country … Continue reading

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Review: Daybreak by Vannetta Chapman

Daybreak is the newest addition to the Cyber Division series that deals with cyber terrorism across the nation. If you haven’t read the other novellas in this series, you can still read Daybreak as a standalone. I personally enjoyed reading … Continue reading

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Review – Unexpected Destinations: Boxed Set by Lyn Cote

What an enjoyable set of two novellas. The stories are stand alone novellas, yet are connected in that the first book is about Sophia’s love story and the second one covers her daughter’s plight and subsequent love match. I enjoyed … Continue reading

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Review: Midnight Strike by Vannetta Chapman

Midnight Strike is the second novella in the Cyber Division series. It picks up sometime after the first book in the series and follows Nora Brooks, the heroine from book one, Fading Into the Night. If you haven’t read book … Continue reading

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Review & Giveaway: The Wedding Dress Christmas by Rachel Hauck

About the Book Book: The Wedding Dress Christmas Author: Rachel Hauck Genre: Romance, Christmas Release Date: October 22, 2019 December covers quaint Heart’s Bend, Tennessee with a blanket of white and the glitter of Christmas lights. For JoJo Castle there’s … Continue reading

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Review: Fading Into the Night by Vannetta Chapman

With its intriguing plot and novella length, Fading Into the Night is a quick way to dive into some suspense and danger! Ben and Nora are characters that the reader gets to know just enough about to be interested in … Continue reading

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Review: Royally Yours by Melissa Tagg, Betsy St. Amant, Liz Johnson, & Ashley Clark

I absolutely loved this collection of four royalty themed novellas! It was fun to get a peek into the lives of four different royals, see what they were struggling with, and watch them find their happily-ever-afters, all in a beautiful … Continue reading

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Review – Serving Up Love: A Four-in-One Harvey House Brides Collection

by Tracie Peterson, Karen Witemeyer, Regina Jennings, & Jen Turano What a great collection of historical novellas! I thoroughly enjoyed each one, finding them all to be very well-written. I feel like I have learned so much about Harvey Houses … Continue reading

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Review: Unwrapping Hope by Sandra Ardoin

This charming and heartwarming novella opens at the start of the Christmas season. I liked the two main characters, Phoebe and Spence, and enjoyed watching as they moved past the preconceived notions each had for the other. The story moved … Continue reading

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Review: Something New by Joanne Bischof

Something New was a beautiful and gentle story of love renewed. These two characters, Tate and Wren, never stopped loving each other, yet they were separated for four years. Wren carried a lot of sadness from Tate’s abrupt departure years earlier … Continue reading

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