2 Romance Novels I LOVED

A wonderful review for Maggie’s Revenge by Jacqui Murray- thank you so much!

Here are two great romance novels I loved:

  1. Maggie’s Revenge — a dedicated FBI agent will stop at nothing to rescue victims of sex trafficking
  2. April in Galway — April’s perfect; Billy isn’t but that doesn’t stop him from approaching her

That I loved a romance novel means a lot because I don’t usually pick up this genre.

A note about my reviews: I only post reviews about books I liked so don’t be surprised to see lots of 4/5 and 5/5. If I don’t like the book, I won’t spend time writing about it.

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16 Replies to “2 Romance Novels I LOVED”

  1. Congratulations, Jacquie. Jacqui knows her stuff, so getting a good review from her is high praise, indeed. And how brave of you to tackle that subject. It takes a lot of heart and finesse to do, but the world needs to know the harsh realities. Otherwise, the horrors will never stop.

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    1. I agree. I was horrified to learn the stats of just how many go missing, never to be seen again. In Canada, there are between 5-8 thousand Indigenous women who have disappeared and very little leads on what happened. How can these atrocities go on right under our noses? It’s awful.

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  2. Yay! Congratulations Jacquie! And yes in cartel what we hear on the news is all about killing the head of cartels but not about what’s around them.

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