A Hundred Small Lessons by Ashley Hay *Review+Giveaway+Tour*

Thank you so much TLC Book Tours and Atria Books for sending me a copy of A Hundred Small Lessons in exchange for an honest review, and for having me on this tour!

Following the lives of two different women intertwined by a single house, this story touches on the changes and daily struggles experienced through different stages of life.  A heartwarming story with out all the drama, but all the realities of life and lovable characters I rate this book 3.5 stars!

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Little Broken Things by Nicole Baart *Review+Giveaway+Book Tour*

Thank you so much TLC Book Tours and Atria Publishing for sending me a copy of Little Broken Things for review and for having me on this tour!  Touching on topics of family, motherhood, and love all with elements of mystery and thrill this book kept me on edge until the last pages.  Easily rate this 4 stars!

Be sure to see the end of the review to find out about the giveaway for one free copy of this book!

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The Crooked Path by Irma Joubert *Review+Giveaway+Book Tour*

Thank you so much TLC Book Tours and Thomas Nelson publishing for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review and for having me on this book tour!

A beautiful and inspiring story that left me in tears, I won’t soon forget the love between an Italian teacher and his South African doctor nor the crooked path that led them to each other.  I rate this story 4 out of 5 stars!

“…life sometimes leads you along a strange crooked path, but in the end it will always take you where you’re supposed to be.”

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Sugarplum Way by Debbie Mason *Review+Giveaway+Book Tour*

Thank you so much Forever Romance books and TLC Book Tours for having me on this tour and sending me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  There is a link at the end of this review to enter a really awesome giveaway where you can receive some fun goodies and a signed Arc of this book!

I am always so excited at the end of the year. In my humble opinion it is the best time of the year and it’s never too soon to start reading some holiday books.  I picked up Sugarplum Way beyond ready to start getting into the Christmas spirt and it totally delivered! Sugarplum Way is the perfect book to kick off the holiday season, full of warm and heartfelt relationships and set in a cozy little town decorated to perfection.  I rate this cute read 3.5 out of 5 stars!

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London, Can You Wait? by Jacquelyn Middleton *Review*

Thank you so much Kirkwall Books and Jacquelyn Middleton for sending me a copy of your books in exchange for an honest review!  Just like the first in the series, LBTM, I rate this second one a solid 4 stars!  Jacquelyn has made me fall in love with a group of characters I would gladly follow anywhere.

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The Cellar by Natasha Preston *review*

I have been on a spooky/creepy read kick this month and I promptly added The Cellar to the list after hearing some good reviews.  The premise is certainly scary, young girls being kidnapped and kept against their will by a psychopath, and while at times the character development seemed to lack a bit, I did enjoy the overall story.  I rated this one 3.5 out of 5 stars.

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How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather *review*

I absolutely loved How to Hang a  Witch and all its witchy goodness.  I wish I could reread it again for my first time and fall in love all over again.  A ghost and witch story that is on the same level of scare factor as Hocus Pocus, but just as wickedly fun.  I cannot wait to go out and grab Adriana’s next book and follow Samantha on her next journey.   4.5 out of 5 stars for me on this one!

“Almost everything worth believing in cannot be seen.  Love, for instance.”

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