Monthly Archives May 2015

A Year on Ladybug Farm by Donna Ball

Wow, I can’t even begin to tell you how much I loved this book. Being part of a book club has me reading books and authors I don’t know about or haven’t heard of; but have loved and can’t put down.  A Year on Ladybug Farm is one of those books. You know the ones, they have you staying up late, reading into the wee hours of the morning with a hot cup of tea, maybe letting work slide because you would rather read and go into the life of the story.
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A Fall of Marigolds by Susan Meissner

A Fall of Marigolds is a historical fiction novel by Susan Meissner.  The story weaves between Taryn’s life in September 2011 and Clara’s life working as a nurse in the Ellis Island Hospital in 1911. These 2 women’s lives will touch each other without them ever meeting, living years apart. Each woman has loved, lost, suffered tragedy and are hiding in worlds where they each feel safe.  Clara never leaving the hospital and her dormitory on Ellis Island and Taryn, working in a fabric shop, living above it and raising her daughter alone. Clara happens upon a beautiful, colorful scarf
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Pegasus, A Novel by Danielle Steel

Happy Cinco de Mayo!  Hope you all are enjoying some delicious Mexican food tonight and maybe a Margarita with a great book. What have you been reading lately, I would love to know. I always love an easy read for fun, a good story that takes me to another world even for a short time.  Danielle Steel books are my go to when I want to get lost in another world and Pegasus was next on the list.  When reading one of her books, I can always count on a few late nights with a cup of tea because I
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