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Review: Friday dreaming

Friday dreaming by Elizabeth Bailey My rating: 4 of 5 stars Very cute, sweet Regency romance. The characters are a bit young--heroine is 19? 21? and hero is only about 23. I would definitely recommend this for any teenage historical romance lovers--the dialogue and emotions seemed very YA to me, in a funny and sweet way. View all my reviews

Winner and excerpt - PLAIN PURSUIT by Alison Stone

The winner of Plain Pursuit by Alison Stone is Rhonda M. Congratulations! (I've emailed you. Please email me at camy {at] camytang[dot}com if you didn’t get the email message.) I know the rest of you are crying in your BBQ pork ribs that you didn’t win. Cheer up! Order the book! Danger in Amish Country When her brother is killed in a small Amish town, Anna Quinn discovers she's an unwelcome outsider. But the FBI agent investigating the case is right at home—because Eli Miller was born and raised in Apple Creek's Plain community. Eli left his Amish faith behind long ago, but his heart is rooted in a local cold case he can't forget—a mystery with strange connections to Anna's loss. Desperate to uncover the truth, Anna and Eli are faced with stony silences and secrets…secrets that someone wants to keep buried in the past. Excerpt of chapter one: The pungent odor of manure and smoldering wreckage clogged Anna's throat. As she coughed, she tented her

Excerpt - DETECTION MISSION by Margaret Daley

Detection Mission By Margaret Daley Who is she? While looking for a missing child in Sagebrush, Texas, K-9 detective Lee Calloway and his border-collie partner find someone else. A mystery woman running for her life, scared and injured. But she has no idea who she is—or why someone is after her. Lee's unit suspects "Heidi" is a criminal who knows more than she's saying, yet his gut instinct says she's innocent. Lee vows to protect her until her memory returns, but now someone is desperate to ensure that never happens. Excerpt of chapter one: Who am I? She bent over the bathroom sink in her hospital room, cupped her hands and splashed some cold water on her face. As though that would suddenly make her remember who she was. She studied herself in the mirror and didn't recognize the person looking back at her. That revelation only intensified the panic she'd been struggling with ever since she woke up from a coma yesterday. Her fingers clenched the co