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A Breath of Snow and Ashes (Outlander, #6)

A Breath of Snow and Ashes (Outlander, #6)

by Diana Gabaldon
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This story brings us even deeper into the world of 18th century America. Every interaction draws more and more emotion from the reader.

Many times through this story, I found myself smiling and thinking “Oh Jamie”. He is hell on the heart. He can’t melt it, and break it, and make it grow. I have never read a love story more moving than this series and I doubt that I ever will. Continue reading

The Fiery Cross (Outlander, #5)

The Fiery Cross (Outlander, #5)

by Diana Gabaldon
5stars
By this point in the Outlander Series, I am so completely and totally hooked that Gabaldon could write 900 pages about Claire and Jamie doing laundry and I would still love it. Not everyone feels that way, but I don’t think that I am in any way the minority in my opinion. Continue reading

A Different Blue

A Different Blue

by Amy Harmon
4stars
A very moving and powerful story about a very strong young woman on a path of self-discovery. Blue isn’t your everyday heroine, in fact, I can’t think of another that has as much depth and as many unique qualities. She had a hard life but in a way it was also very rich, thanks to Jimmy. Continue reading

Holding Out (Hawks Motorcycle Club, #1)

Holding Out (Hawks Motorcycle Club, #1)

by Lila Rose
5stars
Be warned, this is not your typical biker romance. There are certainly some gritty moments but I would file this book closer to the quirky end of the spectrum. That being said, I loved it. Each character has their own distinct personality and individual “voice” when it comes to dialog. It is very well edited and read very smoothly. Continue reading

Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander, #2)

Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander, #2)

by Diana Gabaldon
5stars
I have read each book of the Outlander series at least four times as well as listened to the audiobooks. It is such a wonderful story with characters that seem so real you feel like you know them in real life. This book is my favorite of the series because it is jam packed with history as well as rich Scottish culture. Just writing this review makes me want to read it again. You will laugh, cry, and love with Claire and Jamie. Continue reading