Contents of blog copyright Book Dragon's Lair 2009-2023
I've been gone a while. I started reading fanfiction to escape and I got sucked in an abyss.

I have no idea if someone else is hosting similar challenges. I just grabbed some of what I have hosted before.

Here's to a happy year of great reading
Jan2023: Not much has changed. Writing a fanfiction now O_o as well as reading but I bought 7 new books in December and hope to get those read soon. Crossing fingers about adding challenges (late!)

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Spotlight On . . . Rooville by Julie Long

Julie Long

Publisher: SparkPress 
ISBN: 978-1940716602  
Published: September 2015 
genre: fiction
396 pages

format available: ebook, trade paperback

author's website | Twitter 

About the book:
Even after thirteen years in Southern California, Owen Martin can feel the corners of his squareness still sharply evident. He’s a TV weatherman bored by the beautiful climate. He wants to coach basketball but all the kids play soccer. And he seems to be the only person who thinks a fruit smoothie is a poor substitute for a vanilla shake. When he’s fired from his job, Owen is relieved to head home to Iowa, to the town his ancestors founded and the simple life he knew before his father died. He can’t predict the atmospheric pressure he's about to encounter, which, as any meteorologist knows, is the key catalyst for change. . . .

In his absence, Martinville has become the center of the Transcendental Meditation movement and host to all things alternative. There are golden domes for mass meditations, a vegan café where the burger joint stood, and all the shop doors around Town Square now face east. But far worse than anything is the danger to the Martin family farm. In a town divided between “Regulars” and “Roos” (gurus), Owen is clear where he stands until he falls for a levitator instead of the down-to-earth girl he had in mind. With old customs and open-mindedness clashing like warm and cold fronts, Owen gets caught in a veritable tornado. Can he save the farm, get the girl, and reunite the town? Maybe . . . if he’s willing to embrace a change in the weather.

Internal use:
First contact: June 18

format: print
arrived: June 30 
review due: September 8 
Notified Janay that review is live:

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Friday, June 26, 2015

Thoughts On . . . Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave

Eight Hundred Grapes
Laura Dave

Publisher: Simon & Schuster
ISBN: 9781476789255
Published: June 2015
genre: fiction
272 pages

format available: ebook, audio, hardcover

author's website| Twitter

About the book:
There are secrets you share, and secrets you hide…

Growing up on her family’s Sonoma vineyard, Georgia Ford learned some important secrets. The secret number of grapes it takes to make a bottle of wine: eight hundred. The secret ingredient in her mother’s lasagna: chocolate. The secret behind ending a fight: hold hands.

But just a week before her wedding, thirty-year-old Georgia discovers her beloved fiancé has been keeping a secret so explosive, it will change their lives forever.

Georgia does what she’s always done: she returns to the family vineyard, expecting the comfort of her long-married parents, and her brothers, and everything familiar. But it turns out her fiancé is not the only one who’s been keeping secrets…

My Thoughts:
The book starts with a very lovely story about how her parents met then tells us about Georgia's car ride.

With only the clothes on my back and a hastily packed suitcase, I drove from sunny Southern California--the place that had been my home for the last fourteen years--to the small town in Northern California on the edge of the Russian River Valley. The place that'd been my home for my entire life until then.

Nine hours, five rest-spot stops, two terrible milkshakey coffee drinks (one vanilla, one strawberry), and a roll of Rolos later, I arrived in Sonoma County. I should have felt relief, but as I passed the familiar sign for Sebastopol--its wiry hills visible behind it--I caught a glimpse of myself in the rearview. My hair was falling out of its bun, my eyes were deeply unsettled, and I couldn't escape the feeling that I was about to walk into a new kind of hell.

So I turned around and started driving the nine hours back to Los Angeles.

Interesting. I'm sure the problem that sent her running is still in Los Angeles and since she's tired and hungry, she stays and heads to her brother Finn's tavern. Things are a little different than she expected but the part I liked . . .

Finn turned back for just a second. "Hey, Georgia . . ." he said.


"You know that you're still wearing your wedding dress, yes?" he said.

and I'm hooked! Back to reading . . .

As the saying goes, you can't go home again, so too it is with Georgia and while I'm loving the book and the twists, the real world has intruded into my reading time so I need to leave this unfinished.

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary review copy of this book without any obligation to write a positive review. The opinions expressed in this post are mine and may differ from yours. Book information courtesy of BookSparks and and is being reviewed as part of the BookSparks Summer Reading Challenge.

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Monday, June 8, 2015

Time to Unplug

April took more out of me than I want to admit. Then I changed my domain name and lost all of my blog lists. I need to rebuild and that isn't as easy as I thought it would be. Plus, summer's are weird. I don't seem to have a much time to read as I do the other months so I'm gonna be Unplugged for a while. I've got reviews scheduled and a read-a-thon planned but that should be everything. There are redecorating plans, running plans and vacation plans so I'll be busy but I'm taking my life mostly off-line.

I'll spend some time here. . .
Ours isn't this nice

 and a lot of time here . . .
Husband surprised me with annual passes!
 . . . I'm already thinking of next April's posts.

I need to spent a lot of time with these
mine aren't this nice anymore and that's a good thing
and this
We're gutting TWO bathrooms! I'll post pictures of both later

and trying not to pull my hair out doing background stuff . . .

but I'll still be spending (way too much) time with these ;-)

I'll try to update you on how things are going but right now, I'll see you in August.

Happy reading and have a great summer,


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Happy Monday

Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came in their mailbox during the last week.

Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists.  ;-)

Don't forget to link up your list

~ here are the newest review books in my house ~
Doughnuts & Deadly Schemes by Janel Gradowski
Culinary Competition Mysteries, 2015, ebook

Amy Ridley’s best friend, Carla, is getting married, and Amy is delighted to be recruited as the head wedding planner—even if Carla’s demands are less than conventional. Case in point: Carla insists on a tower of doughnuts in place of a wedding cake. But navigating the world of nuptials becomes the least of Amy’s problems when the owner of a menswear shop is found dead, and Carla’s fiancé is assigned to the case. With the honeymoon in jeopardy, Amy and Carla vow to help track down the killer…but they soon discover there are even more sinister happenings affecting the businesses in downtown Kellerton, Michigan. If Amy doesn’t figure out who is behind the deadly schemes, the nearly newlywed detective may just be solving another murder—hers!

~ here are the newest books in my house ~
Love on a Spring Morning by Zoe York
Pine Harbour, 2015, ebook

Duplicity. Desire. Denial. They were doomed from the start.

Ryan Howard has zero interest in the movie being filmed in Pine Harbour or the high maintenance stars staying in the cottages at the end of his lane. He’s just barely holding on to the raw remains of his life and the fantasy world being concocted around him is, as far as he’s concerned, a complete waste of time and energy. The one bright light in his life is an intern on the set, Holly Cresinski, and their quiet conversations at the end of the day on his back porch.

Holly hates her life, too, which is entirely unfair because she’s blessed beyond measure. She’s at the top of her career–as film actress, Hope Creswell–and surrounded by people that mean well. But Ryan makes her laugh, and cry, and before she can find the words to explain her deception, he kisses her.

Suddenly One Summer by Julie James
contemporary romance, 2015, mass market paperback

Divorce lawyer Victoria Slade has seen enough unhappy endings to swear off marriage forever. That doesn't mean she's opposed to casual dating—just not with her cocky new neighbor, who is as gorgeous and tempting as he is off-limits. But once she agrees to take on his sister's case, she's as determined to win as ever—even if that means teaming up with Ford....

Investigative journalist Ford Dixon is bent on finding the man who got his sister pregnant and left her high and dry. He's willing to partner with Victoria, despite the fact that the beautiful brunette gets under his skin like no other woman. He might not be looking to settle down, but there's no denying the scorching attraction between them. Still, the more time he spends with Victoria, the more he realizes that the one woman as skeptical about love as he is might be the only woman he could really fall for…

Shards of Hope by Nalini Singh
Psy/Changeling, 2015, hardcover

Awakening wounded in a darkened cell, their psychic abilities blocked, Aden and Zaira know they must escape. But when the lethal soldiers break free from their mysterious prison, they find themselves in a harsh, inhospitable landscape far from civilization. Their only hope for survival is to make it to the hidden home of a predatory changeling pack that doesn’t welcome outsiders.

And they must survive. A shadowy enemy has put a target on the back of the Arrow squad, an enemy that cannot be permitted to succeed in its deadly campaign. Aden will cross any line to keep his people safe for this new future, where even an assassin might have hope of a life beyond blood and death and pain. Zaira has no such hope. She knows she’s too damaged to return from the abyss. Her driving goal is to protect Aden, protect the only person who has ever come back for her no matter what. This time, even Aden’s passionate determination may not be enough—because the emotionless chill of Silence existed for a reason. For the violent, and the insane, and the irreparably broken…like Zaira.

The Light Fantastic by Terry Pratchett
Discworld, 2013-reprint, mass market paperback

The fate of Pratchett’s alternative fantasy macrocosm are in the bumbling duo’s hands as it hurtles its way toward a foreboding red star, threatening the fate of the entire universe.

Sharp, sardonic, and brilliantly funny, in this third installment in the bestselling Discworld series, Pratchett once again earns his master satirist reputation, with witty wordplay and irreverent storytelling that fans are sure to love.

Equal Rites by Terry Pratchett
Discworld, 2013-reprint, mass market paperback

A dying wizard tries to pass his staff on to the eighth son of an eighth son. When it is revealed that the he is a girl named Esk, the news of the female wizard sends the citizens of Discworld into a tail-spin.


I haven't received any review books, won any contests or received any books as a gift. I have added several free ones that don't make this list, I've pinned some of them here.

What are you Reading?

A weekly Monday meme hosted by Shelia at Book Journey. Post what you read last week and what you're planning to read this week then link to Shelia's post. Then visit others and be prepared to add to your TBR pile!

Note: Shelia has not been posting regularly since the death of her son so I don't know if jumping over will yield a Monday meme post or not but what ever she has posted will be worth reading. 

Not His Kiss to Take by Finn Marlowe
Fire and Water by Andrew Grey
Pick Up the Pieces by Tinnean
Super Chew to the Rescue! by Ronda L. Terrell

Happy Reading!

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Sunday, June 7, 2015

Unfinished Thoughts On . . . Wishful Thinking by Kamy Wicoff

Wishful Thinking
Kamy Wicoff

Publisher: She Writes Press
ISBN: 978-1631529764
Published: April 2015
genre: fiction
356 pages

format available: trade paperback, ebook

author's website | facebook

About the book:
Jennifer Sharpe is a single mom of two struggling to balance her work and home life. One fateful day, a brilliant physicist decides to play fairy godmother and install a time-travelling app on Jennifer’s phone: Wishful Thinking. Jennifer is finally able to devote herself fully to every aspect of her life, but why does Jennifer feel more busy than ever?

My Thoughts:
How could you not like this book. I've wanted to be in two places at once a bunch of times!

Real life interfered with getting the review done early so I brought the book on vacation. I'm sad to say I'm not loving it.

Maybe I'm not the target audience? I can't get passed the "whiny" single mother part. Your ex doesn't pay child support but looks like he's had botox? The boss that promised you time off for recitals is gone and the new boss wants you to work more hours? You're having trouble making ends meet? There is a solution for all of it. Change jobs, move if you have to, go to court. Maybe I've been out of the job market too long and it isn't that simple anymore but come on. Kids first. If you work extra to pay for extra stuff for your kids then can't enjoy the outcome, cut back on the extras.

I'm sad because I like the idea so much that I thought I'd love the book. I'm going to try again when I get home from vacation. Maybe it will make a difference if I'm in my own chair with the distractions I'm use to.

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary review copy of this book without any obligation to write a positive review. The opinions expressed in this post are mine and may differ from yours. Book information courtesy of BookSparks and and is being reviewed as part of the BookSparks Summer Reading Challenge.

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Thursday, June 4, 2015


just a place to share the cute/funny/weird pictures I find while surfing....when I should be doing a whole range of things ;) Don't forget to head over to The True Book Addict because Michele has a meme going. With links and everything!

I bought a couple of books with me to house/dog sit
This is Roscoe, my blanket for the week

Have a pile of kitties
too true

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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

RC - You Read How Many Books?/One Million Pages, page three

You Read How
Many Books?

hosted by me
for more information and to sign up, click here

Basically choose a level and read to your heart's content :-) Anything with an ISBN or equivalent counts. I'm going for . . . level 4 . . . and plan on reading 250 books.

One Million Pages
Reading Challenge

My main page for this is here but I'll keep track of pages read here and transfer over monthly totals.

continued from page two

~*~ June's Books Read ~*~
~ May 31, pages so far: 17,585 ~
# pages - title/author
125. 200 - Fire and Water by Andrew Grey
~ June 2: make note - half way but do I need to read faster? ~ YES!
126. 300 - Pick Up the Pieces by Tinnean
127. 14 - Super Chew to the Rescue! by Ronda L. Terrell
128. 71 - Jingle Ball by Cari Quinn
129. 35 - Seriously! by Alice Cain

~ pages read in June: 620 ~
~*~ July's Books Read ~*~
~ June 30, pages so far: 18,205 ~
# pages - title/author
130. 146 - Sixth by Brenda Cothern
131. 156 - Orion's Circle by Victoria Sue
132. 291 - Look What Santa Brought by Annmarie McKenna

~ pages read in July: 593 ~
~*~ August's Books Read ~*~
~ July 31, pages so far: 18,798 ~
# pages - title/author
132. 84 - Needing Noel by Amber Kell
133. 48 - The Day the Crayons Came Home by Drew Daywalt
134. 66 - Finding the Way Home by Sean Michael
135. 157 - Dumped in Oz by Andrew Grey
136. 188 - The Christmas Wager by Jamie Fessenden
137. 184 - Stuck in Oz by Andrew Grey
138. 30 - Toy Run by Charley Descoteaux
139. 139 - Candy Man by Amy Lane
140. 108 - Double Deuce by KC Kendricks
141. 129 - Deuce of Diamonds by KC Kendricks
142. 32 - The Prince Who Was Just Himself by Silke Schnee
143. 182 - Ace, Deuce, Trey by KC Kendricks
144. 100 - Circle of Steel by KC Kendricks
145. 192 - Bitter Taffy by Amy Lane
146. 70 - Goodbye Town by T. A. Chase
147. 64 - Where You Lead by Mary Calmes
148. 156 - Trapped in Oz by Andrew Grey
149. 350 - Foolish Me by Tinnean

~ pages read in August: 2,279 ~
~ August 31, pages so far: 21,077 ~

continued on page four

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Monday, June 1, 2015

Happy Monday

Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came in their mailbox during the last week.

Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists.  ;-)

Don't forget to link up your list

~ here are the newest review books in my house ~
Worthy by Catherine Ryan Hyde
fiction, Jun 2015, trade paperback

They might’ve been a family.

Virginia finally had the chance to explore a relationship with Aaron when he asked her on a date. She had been waiting, hoping that the widower and his young son, Buddy, would welcome her into their lives. But a terrible tragedy strikes on the night of their first kiss, crushing their hopes for a future together.

Nineteen years later, Virginia is engaged, though she has not forgotten Aaron or Buddy. When her dog goes missing and it comes to light that her fiancé set him loose, a distraught Virginia breaks off the engagement and is alone once again. A shy young man has found the missing pet, and although he’s bonded with the animal, he answers his conscience and returns the dog. Before long, Virginia and the young man discover a connection from their pasts that will help them let go of painful memories and change their lives forever.

~ here are the newest books in my house ~

The Dragon that Ate Summer by Brenda Seabrooke
children's book, 1993, paperback  (GoodReads)

Alastair and his friends have decided that this will be the best summer ever -- at least that's what they were thinking when Alastair fell off the dog-powered skateboard train and broke his collarbone. Now Alastair has to stay at home while his friends are a camp having fun.

Everything seems to be adding up to a hopelessly boring summer until Alastair find a small blue thing eating his mother's garden -- a thing with scales and sharp teeth. A thing that looks remarkable like a dragon.

But it can't be a real live dragon . . . can it?!

The print copy of my kindle match deal arrived
The Color of Magic by Terry Pratchett
Discworld, 2013-reissue, print . . . kindle match :-)

Twoflower was a tourist, the first ever seen on the Discworld. Tourist, Rincewind decided, meant idiot.

Somewhere on the frontier between thought and reality exists the Discworld, a parallel time and place which might sound and smell very much like our own, but which looks completely different. It plays by different rules. Certainly it refuses to succumb to the quaint notion that universes are ruled by pure logic and the harmony of numbers.

But just because the Disc is different doesn't mean that some things don't stay the same. Its very existence is about to be threatened by a strange new blight: the arrival of the first tourist, upon whose survival rests the peace and prosperity of the land. But if the person charged with maintaining that survival in the face of robbers, mercenaries and, well, Death is a spectacularly inept wizard, a little logic might turn out to be a very good idea...

One Wish by Robyn Carr
Thunder Point, 2015, ebook

Grace Dillon was a champion figure skater until she moved to Thunder Point to escape the ruthless world of fame and competition. And though she's proud of the quiet, self-sufficient life she's created running a successful flower shop, she knows something is missing. Her life could use a little excitement.

In a community where there are few eligible singles, high school teacher Troy Headly appoints himself Grace's fun coach. When he suggests a little companionship with no strings attached, Grace is eager to take him up on his offer, and the two enjoy…getting to know each other.

But things get complicated when Grace's past catches up with her, and she knows that's not what Troy signed up for. Faced with losing her, Troy realizes Grace is more than just a friend with benefits. He's determined to help her fight for the life she always wished for but never believed she could have—and maybe they can find real love along the way.

A Match for Marcus Cynster by Stephanie Laurens
Cynster novel, 2015, mass market paperback

Marcus Cynster is waiting for Fate to come calling. He knows his destiny lies near his home in Scotland, but what will it be? Who is his fated bride? One fact seems certain: his furture won't lie with Niniver Carrick, a young lady who attracts him mightily and whom he feels compelled to protect--even from himself. Fate, he's sure, will never be so kind as to decree that Niniver should be his.

Delicate and ethereal, Niniver has vowed to return her clan to prosperity. Having accepted that she can never marry and risk a controlling husband, she needs help fending off unwelcome suitors. Powerful and dangerous, Marcus is perfect for the task. Suppressing her wariness over tangling with a gentleman who so excites her passions, she appeals to him for aid.

Marcus quickly discovers his fated role is to stand by Niniver's side and, ultimately, claim her hand. Yet in order to convince her to be his bride, they must plunge headlong into a journey full of challenges, unforeseen dangers, passion and yearning, until Niniver grasps the essential truth--that she is indeed a match for Marcus Cynster.

Battle Magic by Tamora Pierce
Winding Circle, 2015, trade paperback

The drums of war are beating . . .

Mages Briar, Rosethorn, and Evvy are visiting the mystical mountain kingdom of Gyongxe when they are suddenly called away. The emperor of Yanjing has invited them to see his glorious gardens. During their brief stay, though, the mages see far more than splendid flowers. They see the emperor's massive army, his intense cruelty, and the devastating magic that keeps his power in place.

When the mages discover the emperor's plans to invade Gyongxe, they race to protect its treasured temples. But duty, magic, and terror threaten to drive them apart. With time running out, can the mages come together to save their spiritual home?

Snow Way Out by Christine Husom
A Snow Globe Shop Mystery, 2015, mass market paperback

Curio shop manager Camryn Brooks thought she’d seen every kind of snow globe—until she saw one depicting a crime scene…

Ever since she was a child, Cami has loved the sparkling beauty of snow globes, and now, she sells them. In fact, they’re so popular, Cami and her friend—coffee shop owner Alice “Pinky” Nelson—are hosting a snow globe making class.

After the flurry of activity has ended and everyone has gone off with their own handmade snow globes, Cami spots a new globe left behind on a shelf, featuring an odd tableau—a man sleeping on a park bench.

On her way home, she drifts through the town park and is shaken to come upon the scene from the globe—a man sitting on a bench. But he isn’t sleeping—he has a knife in his back. When the police arrive, it’s clear they consider Cami a little flaky and possibly a suspect. After her friends also come under suspicion, Cami starts plowing through clues to find the cold-blooded backstabber—before someone else gets iced…

Twisted Threads by Lea Wait
A Mainely Needlepoint Mystery, 2015, mass market paperback

After leaving a decade ago, Angie has been called back to Harbor Haven by her grandmother, Charlotte, who raised her following her mother's disappearance when she was a child. Her mother has been found, and now the question of her whereabouts has sadly become the mystery of her murder.

The bright spot in Angie's homecoming is reuniting with Charlotte, who has started her own needlepointing business with a group called Mainely Needlepointers. But when a shady business associate of the stitchers dies suddenly under suspicious circumstances, Charlotte and Angie become suspects. As Angie starts to weave together clues, she discovers that this new murder may have ties to her own mother's cold case. . .

'Twas the Day Before Christmas by Brenda Seabrooke
Christmas, 2008, hardcover, illustrated by Delana Bettoli

On Christmas Eve day, 1822, Clement Clarke Moore struggled to write a surprise for his children. While traveling to lower Manhattan from his farm, Chelsea, many thoughts ran through his head. What would his children enjoy more, a poem or a story? The final result has become a beloved classic of the holiday season, The Night Before Christmas.

Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein
pre-teen (8-12), 2014, paperback

Kyle Keeley is the class clown and a huge fan of all games—board games, word games, and particularly video games. His hero, Luigi Lemoncello, the most notorious and creative gamemaker in the world, just so happens to be the genius behind the construction of the new town library. Lucky Kyle wins a coveted spot as one of twelve kids invited for an overnight sleepover in the library, hosted by Mr. Lemoncello and riddled with lots and lots of games. But when morning comes, the doors stay locked. Kyle and the other kids must solve every clue and figure out every secret puzzle to find the hidden escape route!

Very Good Lives by J.K. Rowling
non-fiction, 2015, hardcover

In 2008, J.K. Rowling delivered a deeply affecting commencement speech at Harvard University. Now published for the first time in book form, VERY GOOD LIVES presents J.K. Rowling's words of wisdom for anyone at a turning point in life. How can we embrace failure? And how can we use our imagination to better both ourselves and others?

Drawing from stories of her own post-graduate years, the world famous author addresses some of life's most important questions with acuity and emotional force.

Instant Gratification by Jill Shalvis
Wilder, 2012, ebook

Stone Wilder is no less a daredevil bad boy than the rest of his brothers, especially when the thrill of a lifetime is about to arrive in a surprising package. . .

The Doctor Is In Deep

Wishful, California, is 3000 miles from Dr. Emma Sinclair's last job in a New York City ER. Running her father's clinic for a summer, Emma treats bee stings, stomach flu, and the occasional pet cat. Then there's Stone Wilder: gorgeous, laid-back, and irritating beyond belief. Emma loathes him. Almost as much as she wants to throw him on her examining table and break every doctor-patient rule in the book. . .

Paging Dr. Sinclair. . .

Instant Temptation by Jill Shalvis
Wilder, 2012, ebook

To Harley, the landscape around Wishful, California, is exhilarating, untamed, and more than a little dangerous. The same could be said for T.J. Wilder, who’s invited himself along on her trek to study a rare coyote. Harley’s career is riding on this trip, and she doesn’t need a stubborn, incredibly sexy distraction. But T.J. is a professional guide who knows when to stay back and when to provide invaluable expertise-just like he’s done since they were in high school. And Harley, as usual, is torn between throttling him and giving in to the raw attraction that’s been smoldering all these years.

T.J. knows how proud and capable Harley is, but he’s damned sure not letting her put herself at risk when there are illegal hunters in the area. She needs him, with the same soul-stirring urgency that he’s always craved her. And here, in this beautiful place days from civilization, he’ll finally have a chance to prove it-over and over again…


I haven't received any review books, won any contests or received any books as a gift. I have added several a bunch of free ones that don't make this list, I've pinned some of them here.

What are you Reading?

A weekly Monday meme hosted by Shelia at Book Journey. Post what you read last week and what you're planning to read this week then link to Shelia's post. Then visit others and be prepared to add to your TBR pile!

Yogi and the Bear by Nix Knox
Bound by Honor by SE Jakes
Threadbare Gypsy Souls by T. A. Chase
Snow Angel by Sharon Maria Bidwell
Angel Heart by Sharon Maria Bidwell
The Kissing Bough by Madelynne Ellis

Happy Reading!

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In accordance to the FTC guidelines, I must state that I make no monetary gains from my reviews or endorsements here on Book Dragon's Lair. All books I review are either borrowed, purchased by me, given as a gift, won in some kind of contest, or received in exchange for an honest review.