Monday, August 22, 2022

August's Haiku Reviews...


Turn to Me by Becky Wade


A deathbed promise
and a treasure hunt bring Luke
and Finley together.


Christian romance .... 404 pages .... 3.5/5 stars.
(I loved Luke, but Finley kind of bugged me. Still, the treasure hunt left for her by her father was fun.)





A Tailor-Made Bride by Karen Witemeyer


J.T.'s life changes forever
when a pretty new dressmaker
arrives in Coventry, Texas.


Historical romance .... 348 pages .... 4/5 stars.
(A sweet love story with sparks and spunk.)





Dead Against Her by Melinda Leigh


Threats against Bree and
a double homicide puts
everyone on edge.


Mystery .... 292 pages .... 4.5/5 stars.
(Another excellent mystery with Sheriff Bree Taggert and Matt Flynn.)



Happy Reading!

 


39 comments:

  1. Your haikus are absolutely beautiful.

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  2. Turn to Me sounds interesting. Amazing how few words you really need to recommend a book to people!

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    1. These reviews make you break down the plot to just the essentials, that's for sure. :)

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  3. Ooh Dead Against looks promising!

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    1. That whole series is so good! I've enjoyed every book in it.

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  4. These are great. I always enjoy your haiku reviews. I was watching The Flash series again and saw one of the characters wearing a Haiku on a T-shirt and thought of you.

    Haikus Are Easy
    But Sometimes They Don't Make Sense
    Refrigerator

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  5. You know Dead Against Her is going on my TBR haha!

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  6. Fun haiku's again Lark! You're so talented!

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  7. I always look forward to your haiku reviews, Lark! These are great. I have that Becky Wade series on my TBR list. And I always enjoy Karen Witemeyer's books. :)

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    1. Witemeyer writes some fun ones, doesn't she?

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  8. So good. Regine
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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  9. Your poetry is so clever. A Tailor-Made Bride sounds like a fabulous book.

    Thanks for sharing and for visiting my blog today.

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    1. Witemeyer writes some fun & sweet historical romances.

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  10. I like the cover of A Tailor-Made Bride and the premise sounds sweet. So fun to read your haiku reviews!

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    1. It's a very sweet read. I liked how the characters changed themselves to come together.

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  11. Love your Haiku reviews. A Tailor-Made Bride has such a pretty cover and I like the sound of it. I need to read more Bree Tagart. Reading the new Mercy Kilpatrick right now and loving it!

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    1. My library still hasn't gotten any copies of the new Mercy Kilpatrick book in which is completely annoying because I'm such a fan of those books. Hopefully soon!

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  12. I love your description of A TAILOR-MADE BRIDE. Sounds like a cute story and one I definitely need to check out.

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    1. It's not a book you can take too seriously, but it is very cute and fun. :)

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  13. I enjoyed your haiku reviews.

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  14. I think that I might have A Tailor-Made Bride and I definitely want to read more of Melinda Leigh's work.

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    1. I've liked all the books by Melinda Leigh that I've read...though I haven't read them all. :)

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  15. Love this! I want to read the Melinda Leigh book. It sounds great.

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    1. It's a great series! I love Bree Taggert and her family situation and her growing relationship with Matt Flynn.

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  16. I STILL need to read Becky Wade and I loved Tailor Made Bride, Karen's books always make me laugh.

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    1. Witemeyer's books are SO fun. I enjoy them, too. :)

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  17. Always fun to read your haiku reviews, Lark! I haven't read anything by Melinda Leigh so will have to check out her books next.

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    1. I think you'd really like Melinda Leigh's books!

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  18. Just what I was looking for...I've missed these little reviews. :-)

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    1. I've missed your comments... and your humor!

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