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Review: ‘Night Sky’ by Jolene Perry

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Review: ‘Night Sky’ by Jolene Perry

Night Sky

by Jolene Perry
Published by Tribute Books on March 1st 2012
Pages: 247
Format: eArc
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four-stars

After losing Sarah, the friend he’s loved, to some other guy, Jameson meets Sky. Her Native American roots, fluid movements, and need for brutal honesty become addictive fast. This is good. Jameson needs distraction – his dad leaves for another woman, his mom’s walking around like a zombie, and Sarah’s new boyfriend can’t keep his hands off of her.

Review: ‘The Priest and the Peaches’ by Larry Peterson

Review: ‘The Priest and the Peaches’ by Larry Peterson

The Priest and the Peaches

by Larry Peterson
Published by Tribute Books on December 20, 2011
Genres: Historical Fiction
Format: eBook
Source: publisher
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four-stars

Take a seven day journey with the five, newly orphaned Peach kids, as they begin their struggle to remain a family while planning their dad's funeral.
They find an ally in the local parish priest, Father Tim Sullivan, who tries his best to guide them through the strange, unchartered and turbulent waters of "grown-up world." A story that is sad, funny, and inspiring as it shows how the power of family love and faith can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

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