Manga Review: Haikyu!! Vol 2 by Haruichi Furudate


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I may have to revise my opinion that volleyball is akin to watching paint dry.  This was a fun volume, full of action and athletic drama.  Kageyama is learning the value of teamwork, and Hinata is having a blast finally being on the playing court. There are two games featured in this volume, one between the Kurosuno team, and a practice match against a Aoba Johsai, a competitive volleyball school.

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Review: Frontier Want Ad Bride by Lyn Cote


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Since we will soon see the end of Harlequin’s Love Inspired Historical line, I have been reading them as the library acquires them. There is always a waitlist for them, so I don’t understand why Harlequin is pulling the plug on the line, but it is what it is. I happened to be browsing the catalog when Frontier Want Ad Bride was added, so I was the first to check it out. Read more

Review: Seventh Grave and No Body by Darynda Jones


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Review by Poo Penny

Ohhhhhhhhh Charley. And Reyes. This book was very fun. Charley and Reyes have some interesting communication problems to overcome. Ya know, with Charley being all pregnant and stuff, which you find out at the beginning of the book, no spoilers here. And the 12 hellhounds are after her, which apparently are bigger than normal hellhounds, so Reyes insists on being her sexy bodyguard.
The chemistry is great, the action is great. This is a great book. I keep thinking I am going to get tired of this series, and boom, the next installment just keeps me interested.

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Review: Cowboy Doctor by Rebecca Winters


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This is the second book in Rebecca Winters Sapphire Mountains Cowboys that I’ve read.  I love the setting for this series, but I have the same problem I have with most Rebecca Winters’ books; the insta-love drives me nuts. I just don’t find it believable. It’s hard to trust someone with your heart after you’ve known them for a while, but after two days? Nope. I don’t buy it. However, Cowboy Doctor had enough other things going for it that I just accepted the insta-love and kept turning the pages.

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