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Dangerous Water by Christy Barritt

Cassidy is still trying to lay low as she await to testify at trial.  She finds herself caught up in another situation on Lantern Beach as she feels like she sees someone from her past and to add to her problems, her assistant disappears.  She has to try to still stay undercover and still find a way to put the clues together without giving too much away. 
     I received a copy from the author, the review is mine.

How to Window Box by Chantal Aida Gordon and Ryan Benelt

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I enjoyed reading this book and getting using the pictures to come up with ideas for window box arrangements.  It was very informative and the step by step directions were very helpful.  It gave advice on what plants to pair together and had helpful pictures for many of the steps. 

More InfoAuthor Bio"I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review."

The Sea before Us by Sarah Sundin

I loved learning history through historical fiction.  This book gave me an opportunity to to see a woman's part in the war as part of the story focused on Dorothy's service of putting together reconnaissance photographs to create a map of Normandy.  I was interesting to see how the technology of the time period allowed them to put something like this together.  I also enjoyed seeing how the relationship between Dorothy and Wyatt progressed as they worked together to provide what was needed leading up to D-Day.
     I received a copy of the book from the publisher, the review is my own,




High Treason by Diann Mills

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High Treason is a book that will keep you reading.  FBI Special Agent Kord Davidson and CIA operative Monica Alden find themselves tasked with protecting Saudi Prince Omar bin Talal.  This becomes more complicated when they find out that the prince is not just there for him mother's cancer treatment, but also to negotiate some some stronger business ties between the US and his country.
      I really enjoyed reading this book and liked seeing the interaction between the main characters.  They had to learn to get over each other's role in the protective detail and learn to work together.  I liked seeing how they worked out their differences as well as trying to figure out who the bad guy was and what the motive was.
     I received a copy of the book from the publisher, the review is my own.