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Jacque Smith
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I love to read and discuss books with others.
I love to read and discuss books with others.

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Review: The Grift of the Magi by Ally Carter
Goodreads Overview: Katarina Bishop is a thief. To many it wouldn’t matter that she now uses her considerable skills to re-steal valuable works of art and return them to their rightful homes.  She’s still a thief.  So that’s why Kat’s surprised when an Inte...
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Movie Review: Confessions of a Shopaholic
I just finished reading the second book in the Shopaholic series, Shopaholic Takes Manhattan, and discovered there was a Shopaholic movie.  I was sure it would be absolutely hilarious, and the cover to the DVD confirmed my assumption.  I checked it out from...
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Review: Shopaholic Takes Manhattan by Sophie Kinsella
This is the second book in the Shopaholic series and it is just as funny and entertaining as the first.  When we left Rebecca (Becky) Bloomwood at the end of Confessions of a Shopaholic, she had just worked out all of her shopping difficulties.  She had amo...
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Review: A Painted House by John Grisham
Goodreads Overview: Until that September of 1952, Luke Chandler had never kept a secret or told a single lie. But in the long, hot summer of his seventh year, two groups of migrant workers — and two very dangerous men — came through the Arkansas Delta to wo...
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Review: United by Melissa Landers
United is the third and final book in the Alienated series.  In this installment, the alliance between Earth and L'eihr is being threatened by another alien race.  They demand that all humans and L'eihr's return to their homes or they will destroy both civi...
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Review: Don't Kiss the Messenger by Katie Ray
Don't Kiss the Messenger was about a group of athletes at a private high school.  It actually came across as more like a college setting since the students lived on campus and had the intense focus of collegiate sports vs. the more relaxed setting I see in ...
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Review: White Rabbit by Caleb Roehrig
I had the pleasure of meeting Caleb at a Fierce Reads BEA event back in 2016 and was immediately sold by his killer personality.  I'd never heard of him prior to the event, but his book, Last Seen Leaving, moved to the very top of my TBR list ahead of sever...
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Bookish Goals Status Update: May 2018
In an effort to help keep myself on track, I am going to post monthly status updates showing where I stand for each of my 2018 Goals. Anything highlighted in gray is currently in progress, but not yet completed. Read and review at least 36 books  Crossed by...
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