Book Review List

To make finding book reviews easier to find within my blog, I figured I would list them all on a separate page with link backs.  Each link will open up a new window in case you want to easily come back to this list after reading a review.  As I read new books and complete reviews, I will add them as soon as I add the post in alphabetical order.

THE BOOK FAERY REVIEWS BLOG LINKS…

A Jolly Good Fellow by Stephen V. Masse (Pump Up Your Books)
A Lady of Hidden Talent
by Tracie Peterson
A Lady of High Regard by Tracie Peterson
Almost Innocent by Jane Feathers
Angry Conversations With God by Susan E. Isaacs
Blessings by Anita Quindlen
Blood Harvest by Brant Randall
Blue Diary by Alice Hoffman
Cocktails for Three by Madeleine Wickham
Fountain Creek Chronicles: Rekindled (Book 1) by Tamera Alexander
Fountain Creek Chronicles: Revealed (Book 2) by Tamera Alexander
Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen
Hearts of Stone by Kate Gessner
Katie & Kimble: A Ghost Story by Linda Thieman (Pump Up Your Books)
Least Likely Bride by Jane Feather
Madapple by Christina Meldrum (Blog Stop Book Tours)
Meredith Gentry Complete Series by Laurell K Hamilton
Midwife of the Blueridge by Christine Blevins
No Experts Needed by Louise Lewis
Now and Forever by Ray Bradbury
Oblivious by Cyndia Depree (Pump Up Your Books)
Of Dreams and Realities by Frank L. Johnson MD
Peony in Love by Lisa See
Seven Trilogy: Blood Brothers (Book 1) by Nora Roberts
Seven Trilogy: The Hollow (Book 2) by Nora Roberts
Seven Trilogy: The Pagan Stone (Book 3) by Nora Roberts
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See
The Choice by Nicholas Sparks
The Free Fellows League Series by Rebecca Hagen Lee
The Least Likely Bride by Jane Feathers
The Memory Keeper’s Daughter by Kim Edwards
The Smart One by Ellen Meister (Blog Stop Book Tours)
The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen (LibraryThing Early Review)
The Truth Lies In The Dark by Kristin Callender
Wives and Sisters by Natalie Collins
Work in Progress: An Unfinished Woman’s Guide to Grace by Kristin Armstrong

Got a suggestion for another good book? Drop me a line in the comment section and I’ll be more than happy to check it out!

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