Category Archives: women’s fiction

Review of Facelift

“Facelift by Leanna Ellis is my favorite book by this author so far! When Kaye Redmond reluctantly
accepts the challenge of taking care of her ex mother-in-law during her recovery from surgery,
things can’t get any crazier! I love Kaye’s “can-do” attitude and I can’t help admiring how she
handles single parenthood, caregiving and her job. This is one of those stories where you forget
this is a work of fiction because the characters just work their way into your heart.”

Susan Choy Lee aka The Reading Mom (under construction)
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A Matter of Character by Robin Lee Hatcher

by Robin Lee Hatcher
Historical Romance
June 2010

Who says a woman can’t keep a secret?
It’s 1918, and Daphne McKinley, heiress to a small fortune, has found contentment in the town of Bethlehem Springs. But Daphne has a secret.
A series of dime novels loosely based on local lore and featuring a nefarious villain known as Rawhide Rick has enjoyed modest popularity among readers. Nobody in Bethlehem Springs knows the man behind the stories … except Daphne.
When newspaperman Joshua Crawford comes to town searching for the man who sullied the good name of his grandfather, Daphne finds herself at a crossroads, reassessing the power of her words, re-thinking how best to honor her gifts, and reconsidering what she wants out of life.
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About the Author:

The author of over 60 books, best-selling novelist Robin Lee Hatcher is known for her heartwarming and emotionally charged stories of faith, courage, and love. She makes her home in Idaho where she enjoys spending time with her family and her high-maintenance Papillon, Poppet. She invites you to drop by her web site and her Facebook Page to learn more about her and her books.

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By the way, I interviewed Robin and her dog, Poppet a couple of weeks ago, so if you missed it you might want to read it now!