Nonpolitical Books Read: January 2017

  • George, David R. Star Trek:  Deep Space Nine:  Sacraments of Fire.  Pocket Books, 2015.
  • Woods, Sherryl. A Seaside Christmas.  Harlequin MIRA, 2013.
  • Thayne, RaeAnne. Dalton’s Undoing.  Harlequin,2006.
  • Miller, Linda Lael. Here and Then.    Harlequin, 2012.
  • Legg, Brandt. The Last Librarian:  An AOI Thriller.  Laughing Rain, 2015.
  • Woods, Sherryl.  Dogwood Hill.  MIRA Books, 2015.

Diigo Bookmarks: Week Ending February 4, 2017

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Nonpolitical Books Read: December 2016

  • Jeleyne, Allyson. A Love That Never Tires.  Fifty Forty Productions, 2014.
  • Woods, Sherryl. Mending Fences.  MIRA Books, 2007.
  • Thayne, RaeAnne. Dancing in the Moonlight.  Special ed.  Silhouette Books, 2006.
  • Woods, Sherryl. One Step Away.    Harlequin, 2015.
  • Leigh, Allison. Once upon a Proposal.    Harlequin, 2015.
  • Woods, Sherryl.  The Christmas Bouquet.  Harlequin MIRA, 2014.

Nonpolitical Books Read: November 2016

  • Lackey, Mercedes. Closer to the Chest.  DAW Books, 2016.
  • Wheeler, Jeff. The Thief’s Daughter.  47North, 2016.
  • March, Emily. Christmas in Eternity Springs.  Martin’s Paperbacks, 2016.
  • Fluke, Joanne. Christmas Caramel Murder.  Kensington Books, 2016.
  • Woods, Sherryl. Tea and Destiny.  Harlequin, 2011.
  • Crusie, Jennifer. Trust Me on This.  Bantam Books, 1997.
  • Thayne, RaeAnne. Light the Stars.  Harlequin Western Promises, 2006.
  • Wheeler, Jeff. The King’s Traitor.  47North, 2016.
  • Shinn, Sharon. Unquiet Land.  Ace, 2016.

Diigo Bookmarks: Week Ending November 26, 2016

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