My Review of The Price of Inheritance

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Review:

The Price of Inheritance - Karin Tanabe

The Price of Inheritance was a very well written book and the characters were well fleshed out, but there were too many useless details that made the story too long and drawn out. I became bored with this book and wanted to stop reading it, but I read it just to see if anything substantial happened. Nothing exciting ever happened and I feel that it was a waste of my time. If you’re into valuable antiques, then this book is for you. I give this book two stars just because it was well written.

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My Review of The Price of Inheritance

Review:

The Price of Inheritance - Karin Tanabe

The Price of Inheritance was a very well written book and the characters were well fleshed out, but there were too many useless details that made the story too long and drawn out. I became bored with this book and wanted to stop reading it, but I read it just to see if anything substantial happened. Nothing exciting ever happened and I feel that it was a waste of my time. If you’re into valuable antiques, then this book is for you. I give this book two stars just because it was well written.

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What to Read Wednesday with Melanie Hansen ~ Giveaway

Christine Warner

Thanks for coming back for another round of What to Read Wednesday 🙂 Today author Melanie Hansen has stopped by and she’s sharing an interview she conducted with her characters from her book UNQUIET. You won’t be disappointed 🙂

Don’t forget to enter her giveaway, too!

Let’s get started …

The coffee shop is warm and inviting, one of those little boutique places with comfortable chairs and even a fireplace.  White lights are strung throughout, and the aroma of pumpkin spice washes over me.  I settle in a leather wingback chair not too far from the crackling fire, clutching a peppermint mocha, to wait for my guests.  I’m a little early, but that’s okay; this way I can observe them together in the split second before they notice me.

A few chocolatey sips later, and the door swings open to admit two men, obviously the ones I’m waiting for.  One…

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