Monday's mail brought me Benny & Shrimp, the story of two lonely middle-aged people who meet in a graveyard. Do they find love? Read my review, and take a guess.
Saturday brought me A Man of His Word. My review classifies it as an Amish Romance, most suitable for those who want to read books about the Amish. The publisher offered it to me as I have reviewed other Amish novels.
In between those bookends I got Things Left Unspoken, which is a Christian fiction, set in a small southern town. It has some romance, but it isn't a romance. It is for a First Wildcard tour, but my review is up.
Amish must be the new "in" thing because I got The Hope of Refuge for an August blog tour.
What happens when the romance fades? Well, some folks get divorced, and I guess Divorce Party tells us about that end of a relationship. Thanks to FSB Media for this one.
The nice folks at Hatchette sent me The Moon Looked Down which is a romance. Stay tuned because I'll be reviewing it and giving away five copies.
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