Category Archives: Book Club

Cut to the Quick, by Kate Ross (Discussion)

A few of us got into a Twitter discussion of Kate Ross’ Regency-set mystery series, and that led to a group (re)read of the first book, Cut to the Quick. This post is mainly meant to provide a space for more … Continue reading

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Written in Red, by Anne Bishop: Discussion

Urban fantasy often doesn’t work for me, but so many readers of differing tastes praised Anne Bishop’s Others series that I decided to give it a try. Because I’m late to the party, I’m going to use this post mainly … Continue reading

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Book Discussion: Forever and Ever, Patricia Gaffney

I’m not sure how many people will have read this last and least known book of the Wyckerley trilogy, so I’m going to make the above-the-fold part spoiler free. Spoilers are welcome in the comments. In my Grad School Years … Continue reading

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Book Discussion: To Have and to Hold

I feel as if Patricia Gaffney’s To Have and to Hold has been looming on my romance-reading horizon forever. Once I thought I would never read it. I’m glad I did, but my feelings about it are very mixed–though not quite in … Continue reading

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Book Club Discussion: To Love and to Cherish

SPOILERY, OBVIOUSLY. Nothing’s off limits. Although I wouldn’t blame you if you never wanted to read a book discussion here again. *wipes brow* My church has a summer music festival going, with a different “theme” for each week’s service. This … Continue reading


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