Olga Godim

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reviewed: They met in a wardrobe
A wonderful example of the author’s historical romantic suspense novel. The heroine Emma is a paid companion. One of the dema...
reviewed: FBI romance
I expected more from this novel. It is a romance between two FBI agents, John and Jessica. Six years ago, while studying toge...
The Thing About Love - Julie James
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by Kazuko Aoki This is a lovely needlecraft book with advice on how to draw flowers with colored threads, in embroidery. It...
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So why wouldn’t I want to be on Apollo 13? I thought these series might be a great way to get children interested in history ...
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This was a fairly short book (280 pages) so I managed to breeze through it. I read this several years ago, and liked it okay,...
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At the age of 6, she was sure she was the last prophet. When I read this, it put a smile on my face, this was a girl who had ...
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Trigger warning: rape I really don't have much to say besides go and grab this book to read. This is a painfully honest mem...
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They’re both doing community service together. Nicu tells Jess that his family is a pain in the ass too but he bets that she ...
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So, what exactly is a final girl? A final girl is the last woman standing at the end of the horror show but these ladies wher...
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As for the Yankees, they had no other ambition than to take possession of this new continent of the sky, and to plant upon th...
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"Do you have to make a lot of decisions like that? I suppose you must do.""All the time," I said. "And each one is truly bad....
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Thanks to Quirky Omega for the recommendation!3.2 starsThis had a glimmer or whiff of Kristen Ashley's writing but toned down...
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I understand now why this one is classified as European lit all the time. I haven't researched it, but I'm pretty sure this o...
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The team who brought me The Latke Who Wouldn't Stop Screaming, one of my favorite holiday books, has brought another delight....