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Witches Protection Program – Michael Okon

★★★★★ Wes laughed..."I don't believe in witches, sir." "By the time you're done, oh, I promise you'll believe in witches." Wes, a young, ambitious government agent is about to have the shock of a lifetime. And it all started with...a failure...surprisingly enough. "You disappointed me, your family, and the entire force." Wes has always had big… Continue reading Witches Protection Program – Michael Okon

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Luis and Tabitha – Stephanie Campisi & Hollie Mengert

★★★★★ It was love. Love from afar. Love from far too afar. Luis, a handsome black-and-white tuxedo cat, lives (unofficially) in a small fire station. Luis was a cat about town. Dashing, Charming, Perfectly suave. And he is perfectly happy with his life ...until... He climbed a wall. And saw Tabitha. Elegant. Silky. Purfectly sophisticated. And… Continue reading Luis and Tabitha – Stephanie Campisi & Hollie Mengert

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A Flight of Broken Wings – Nupur Chowdhury

★★★★ Stop talking in circles, prof. You know that analogy doesn’t mean a thing. Aeriels aren’t…people. They don’t feel things like human beings. Aeriels are creatures of legend - incredibly pale skin, immortal, perfect bodies and (above all) wings. Some may be tempted to relate Aeriels to angels but that would be a mistake that they wouldn't… Continue reading A Flight of Broken Wings – Nupur Chowdhury

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Seven Questions on a Saturday – Tom Lewis

Tom Lewis, entertainment attorney by day and author by night, has published two stunning and otherworldly young adult novels. He's known for his startlingly realistic characters and fast-paced plots. With 47 film credits to his name, it's safe to say that this Santa Monica based author is keeping busy. He's drafted movie contracts for Life Like… Continue reading Seven Questions on a Saturday – Tom Lewis

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Magnolia Table: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering – Joanna Gaines

★★★★★ Above: pork tenderloin, grilled raspberry-chipotle (p. 235) There are two things I remember distinctly about those early days in our marriage. One, I really loved the act of putting on an apron...And, two, I had a domed glass cake stand on our counter that I never liked to see empty. Above: green beans amandine… Continue reading Magnolia Table: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering – Joanna Gaines