Dandy Day

By Annie Wood

In Dandy Day by Annie Wood, Dandy is a 35-year-old waitress who, in her grandpa’s words, “thinks too much, talks too much, [and] wonders too much.” Even with all that over-thinking, she can’t seem to figure out why none of her past relationships have worked...

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Dollars & Diamonds

By Paris Jean

Ever since "Sex & the City" ended years ago women like me have been desperately looking for a book, a film or a television show that recaptures the magic. Paris Jean has done just that in "Dollars & Diamonds". While this story is about more...

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Death of A Neighborhood Witch

Jaine Austen Mystery
By Laura Levine

Laura Levine's latest mystery entitled "Death of a Neighborhood Witch" is a good afternoon's read for those not wanting to concentrate too hard on the plot. The characters are funny and seem to be representatives of the Hollywood film genre. In this novel, there is...

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Dancing Naked in Dixe

By Lauren Clark

What a fun ride "Dancing Naked in Dixie" has been! I wondered about the name and almost didn’t pick it up. I am glad I did. If not I would have missed out on an excellent, clean tale. I really enjoy the witty and exhilarating...

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Diary of a Mad Fat Girl

By Stephanie McAfee

If the title of this book didn’t tickle my funny bone the setting would, Bugtussle, Mississippi. I think Granny of the Beverly Hillbillies mentioned Bugtussle often with great affection. The title and setting combined keyed me to the fact this was a book I wanted...

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Don't You Marry the Mormon Boys

By Janet Kay Jensen

"Don't You Marry the Mormon Boys" is a story of family rigidity and social restraints. Andy McBride and Louisa Martin meet while attending medical school at the University of Utah, Andy is a good looking guy, anxious to gain his degree and put his knowledge...

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Depression Cookies

By Tia Silverthorne Bach & Angela Beach Silverthorne

This read centers around the facets of a girl growing up and a mother who longs for more than just the mundane. Growing up can be tough and at times it seems to be too hard for those kids who feel that they don't have...

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Dyad Dreams

By Ann Hinnenkamp

This is a story with a plot that will entertain and enthrall you. It is a page-turner from the beginning. The tale is about a new race called Dyads who co-exists in our world and they have for many centuries. They are the one who...

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Daisy Dooley Does Divorce

By Anna Pasternak

Daisy Dooley is a character that you would want to have as your best friend. She is just fun and wacky. She is just as confused as the rest of us who do not want to admit we are confused. This is ironic, because she...

Divorcing Dwayne

By J.L. Miles

Divorcing Dwayne opens with a bang, a double barreled bang. Francine is in jail for shooting at Dwayne and his lover. She not only caught them in bed together but in HER bed. Fortunately or maybe unfortunately she missed both of...