Tag Archives: Davis Bunn

Weekend Book Buzz – 16/17 December 2017

Merry Christmas, readers! Although this won’t be my last post for the year, it will be my last Weekend Book Buzz before Christmas. As much as I love you all, I won’t be doing a post next weekend(!) so I’d … Continue reading

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Romance Tropes – The Love Triangle

Top Ten Tuesday is on a six-week hiatus at the moment, and while I may still come up with some top ten posts for you during that time, I’m taking the opportunity today to do something a little different. If … Continue reading

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Miramar Bay (Davis Bunn) – Review

~ About the Book ~ He had not come all this way just to break another woman’s heart. When Connor Larkin boards a late night bus in downtown LA, he’s not sure where he’s going or what he’s looking for. … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday – My Spring (Autumn!) TBR Part 1

We still have one week before we get back to our regular Top Ten Tuesday post care of the girls at The Broke and The Bookish, but when I took a look at the topic for next week (Top Ten … Continue reading

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Domino Effect (Davis Bunn) – Review

  Publisher’s Description: Esther Larsen, a leading risk analyst at one of the country’s largest banking institutions, is becoming more and more convinced that she has uncovered a ticking bomb with the potential to overshadow 2008’s market crash. And as … Continue reading

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The Fragment (Davis Bunn) – Review

  When she returned to the hotel, she discovered the senator pacing on the sidewalk in front of the entrance.  “Where on earth have you been?” “Walking.”  She held up her camera.  “Taking pictures.” “Never mind that.  Come on, we … Continue reading

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Wordpainting – Creating the Mood

As an Australian, travelling in Europe is awe-inspiring.  Walking into places like Westminster Abbey or Notre Dame, breathing in their history, singing in services that have been taking place in these building since before my own country was fully charted … Continue reading

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