Blogging For Books, Memoirs

The Chamberlain Key: Unlocking the God Code to Reveal Hidden Messages Hidden in the Bible by Timothy P. Smith

Ages 18+

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The Chamberlain Key is one man’s journey to work through the encrypted messages in the Bible’s Book of Genesis and back it up with scientific evidence. Timothy P. Smith isn’t a theologian, but a dream that he had one night led him on the quest. He also found that there are other encrypted codes in Genesis with messages from God. This book is a compelling ride for all to appreciate.

Thanks to Blogging For Books for a review copy of this book.

Adult Fiction, Blogging For Books, Romance

This Too Shall Pass by Milena Busquets

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Blanca finds comfort in her friends and family after the passing of her mother, her best friend in the whole world. She returns to Cadaques after being settled in Barcelona for so long, on a journey to find herself again. This includes continuing her affair with her married lover, and traveling with her closest friends and two sons. The novel is honest, funny and impossible to put down!

Thanks to Bloggingforbooks.com for a review copy of this book.

Adult Fiction, Blogging For Books, Romance

I Take You by Eliza Kennedy

Ages 18+

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Lily Wilder is about to get married to Will, the love of her life. Or is she? Lily is a New Yorker and a lawyer, and Will is an archaeologist. Everything seems perfect, but Lily has one big flaw – she likes to party a little too hard, and this in turn makes her do many questionable things. She wonders if she really loves Will, and he wonders if he knows her at all.

Thanks to BloggingForBooks.com for a review copy of this book.

 

Blogging For Books, Memoirs

Mother, Can You Not? by Kate Siegel

Ages 18+

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Mother, Can You Not? by Kate Siegel is a hilarious account of a daughter’s relationship with her mother. Laden with different text conversations and motherly advice, this book is definitely one for those women who love (and possibly love-hate) their mothers. Kate is a single girl whose mother wants her to always make sure her daughter gets married soon, hasn’t been raped and got home safe. This is definitely one I will recommend to my friends!

Thanks to BloggingForBooks.com for a review copy of this book.

Biography, Blogging For Books, Humor

The Book of Joan by Melissa Rivers

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Melissa Rivers does a fantastic job of portraying her mother’s wit and spunk in this hilarious biography. From insightful advice about dating to life rules to follow in general, Joan Rivers’s life and legacy are lovingly portrayed through the various stories told by her daughter. Joan was an unforgettable personality and she will no doubt be remembered for years and years to come.

Thanks to BloggingForBooks.com for a review copy of this book.