Saturday Seven: Book of the Month Winners

To all the folks joining us for Saturday Seven, please don’t forget to leave your link in the linky list at the end of this post.

Every month, we hold a poll filled with our top rated reviews to see which is selected as our “Book of the Month”. Here are a few past winners…maybe you can find something to add to your TBR!

Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon by Kerrelyn Sparks

Our reviewer said, in part:

Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon has a great title but the book is even better. … It’s a great experience and not to be missed. Ms. Sparks is amazing!

Read the entire review here.

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The Pleasures of Passion by Sabrina Jeffries

Our reviewer said, in part:

This is another fine example of the cleverness that is Sabrina Jeffries. Perfect read for any time of the year.

Read the entire review here.

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Heart and Dagger by Holland Rae

Our reviewer said, in part:

Heart and Dagger was well written and its conclusion left me with a happy book glow. I especially loved the epilogue. It is my pleasure to recommend this book.

Read the entire review here.

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Written Off by Sheila Lowe

Our reviewer said, in part:

The suspense is good, the stage is set for the reveal and the killer was not on my list of suspects. … This is a good read that’s hard to put down.

Read the entire review here.

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White Water Passion by Dawn Luedecke

Our reviewer said, in part:

I am very happy that I chose to read this book. This novel goes on my list of recommended reads. It was my first Dawn Luedecke novel and I don’t think it will be my last.

Read the entire review here.

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Secrets from Myself by Christine Hart

Our reviewer said, in part:

The author has done a wonderful job in tying these two facets of history together. Kudos, Ms. Hart!

Read the entire review here.

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What Time Is It There? by Christine Potter

Our reviewer said, in part:

I found this story fascinating. What at first seems to be a straightforward tale of time travel turns out to be far more sinister.

Read the entire review here.

 

 

 

Comments

  1. It’s amazing, the synergy…Sabrina Jeffries is on my list as well! Thanks for sharing new titles for me to be intrigued by!

  2. Lydia Schoch says:

    What a fun topic. It’s always interesting to see what the books of the month are here.

  3. I read the top two but the third sounds great. I adore books that give a reader ‘book glows’. I’ll have to check that one out. 🙂

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