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Book Review: At Bluebonnet Lake by Amanda Cabot

Kate Sherwood lives a very busy life. When her grandmother calls her and asks her to spend some time at Rainbow's End with her she isn't very excited.  She will do anything for her grandmother, so she does it.  When they arrive, it's not really the type of place that her grandmother remembers.  As time goes on Kate has met Greg, who she thinks is a handyman, but things aren't always what we think.  I enjoyed how the author takes us on a little journey through the story. 

I received this book for free for my honest review.

Book Review: Prescription for Life by Richard Furman, MD, FACS

This book started off a little dry for me.  The more I read the more information I got. One thing I do find hard is that it seems so many different people have different ideas.  The words on the cover sound so easy " Three simple strategies to live younger longer." It's not always so easy though to put those "easy" strategies into play.  I feel like there is quite a bit I could do that I learned in this book, but I couldn't follow everything. I did learn some interesting little bits of information that I wouldn't have known if I hadn't read this book. I think it's an interesting read for all. 

** I received a copy of this book for my honest review.

Book Review: Deceived by Irene Hannon

I really enjoyed reading this book.  It's the third one in the Private Justice series.  I feel like the author does a great job of developing the characters.  Kate Marshall thought she lost her husband and child in a boating accident four years earlier.  One day she's spots a child that she knows is her child. 
She ends up meeting with Connor Sullivan to help her find out the truth.  I love how the characters interact and work together through the story.  This series and this author is one that I could continue to read over and over again.