So this Sunday is Easter, and that means the Easter Bunny will be paying us a visit. When I was a kid I thought having Santa or the Easter Bunny visit was an exciting magical thing. I loved their visits. I really loved that fact that they left you gifts and chocolate for free. Well, not really free free. You had to be good all year, so that was kinda tough. As a kid I was never really into trying to catch Santa or the Easter Bunny in the act. I was just happy they came and left it at that. Plus, if I ever did see them, I am sure I would be scared to death and freak out. I might even throw up, and that wouldn’t be good. Now as an adult I find it a bit odd that we accept a stranger coming down our chimney while we sleep, and leaving gifts under a tree. This is all okay with us? GEEZ! I even let the Elf on the Shelf in my house to spy on my family. I am really starting to question my parenting skills. I am just going to not think about it right now. I am going to focus on the fact that I have a huge rabbit coming this Sunday and the yard needs to look good. I was about to say at least he doesn’t come in the house, but then it occurred to me that changes if it rains. He comes in the house and worse yet, he isn’t confined to the living room like Santa. HE GOES ANYWHERE HE LIKES TO HIDE THOSE EGGS! Oh my gosh… I just can’t right now. Is It going to rain this Sunday??

Where the Desert Meets the Sea: A Novel
by Werner Sonne, Steve Anderson
4.2 Stars (1,666 Reviews)
Genre: World Literature | Historical Fiction | Sagas

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An illuminating and heart-stirring historical novel set in post-WWII Palestine, where the boundaries of love and friendship are challenged by the intractable conflicts of war.

Jerusalem, 1947: Judith, a young Jewish survivor of the Dachau concentration camp, arrives in Mandatory Palestine, seeking refuge with her only remaining relative, her uncle. When she learns that he has died, she tries to take her own life in despair.

After awakening in the hospital, Judith learns that Hana, a Muslim Arab nurse, has saved her life by donating her own blood. While the two women develop a fragile bond, each can’t help but be drawn deeper into the political machinations tearing the country apart. After witnessing the repeated attacks inflicted on the Jews, Judith makes the life-changing decision to join the Zionist fight for Jerusalem. And Hana’s star-crossed love for Dr. David Cohen, an American Jew out of his element and working only to save lives, will put her own life in danger.

Then the political situation worsens. When tensions erupt, a shocking act of violence threatens Judith and Hana’s friendship — and the destinies of everyone they love.

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Tuesday’s Child: A gripping page turner full of twists and family secrets
by Anya Mora
4.5 Stars (1,370 Reviews)
Genre: Thrillers | Psychological | Women’s Fiction

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My daughter is dead.
My husband and I cling to what’s left of our family, desperate to make sense of the tragedy.
But when the sheriff knocks, he delivers news no mother should ever have to hear.
Our daughter was murdered.
And my son is the prime suspect.

When we adopted eleven-year-old Holden, we weren’t wearing rose-colored glasses.
But we never could have imagined this.

They say you can’t pick your family.
But I picked mine.
Did I choose my daughter’s murderer?

Tuesday’s Child is a gripping domestic suspense. Doubt, desire, and the demise of a once picture-perfect family force Emery, wife to a state senator, to live out a mother’s worst nightmare.

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Highland Fire (Guardians of the Stone Book 1)
by Tanya Anne Crosby
4.5 Stars (1,348 Reviews)
Genre: Historical Fiction

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Embark on a journey into magical Medieval Scotland, to a time when the shadowy Picts are in peril of vanishing from the annals of history, and Scotland itself will arise as a nation from the ashes of betrayal.

A Clash of Clans.

From the Borderlands to the Highlands, Scotland’s seven kingdoms are in conflict. Struggling to unite the kingdoms altogether, King David seeks an alliance with the fierce, but reclusive mountain Scot, Aidan dun Scoti. But only one woman will tempt Aidan — the accursed beauty whose father once betrayed his clan.

Love and Betrayal.

She has been offered a choice: Kill the dun Scoti or lose your only beloved son. Offered in marriage by David of Scotia as a guise for peace and cursed by Aidan’s people for the sins of her father, Lìleas MacLaren is the one woman Aidan believes he is immune to. She is also the one woman who could bring the chieftain to his knees.

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Your Eyes Don’t Lie (Lily’s House Book 3)
by Rachel Branton
4.6 Stars (231 Reviews)
Genre: Romance

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Sometimes Survival Isn’t Enough

Years of living on the street and fending for herself have made Makay Greyson tough and resourceful, if a bit disillusioned. She’s come a long way from sleeping in parks and scavenging for food. Her entire focus is on providing a better life for her young brother, one without fear of loss and neglect.

That certainly doesn’t leave time for Harrison Matthews, who from their first meeting sends fire through her veins and upsets all her carefully laid plans.

Makay has done things she isn’t proud of to survive, and those choices now threaten the small amount of security she’s created — and any chance of a future with Harrison. They’ve been raised in two very different worlds, and the secrets they both hide can only lead to disaster.

There is only one chance to make it right, and one misstep could be fatal.

Your Eyes Don’t Lie is a story about facing fears, sacrificing for those you love, and about a girl who thinks she isn’t worth loving and a guy who knows she is.

Note: All the stories in the Lily’s House series are complete stories without cliffhangers. Reading all of them will catch you up with characters in previous novels, but you do not have to read them in order. Enjoy!

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Vintage Dessert Recipes: Timeless and Memorable Old-Fashioned Sweet Recipes from Our Grandmothers (Lost Recipes Vintage Cookbooks)
by Louise Davidson
4.5 Stars (140 Reviews)
Genre: Cookbooks, Food & Wine

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Love the desserts and sweets your Grandma used to make when you were a child? Longed for that special treat Mom used to make? Look no further! This collection of authentic vintage dessert recipes will bring you back in time with favorite old-fashioned dessert we all enjoy!

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In this cookbook, we’ve collected an assortment of 80 vintage dessert recipes ranging from as far back as the 1800s all the way up to the 1970s. Some are wholesome comfort foods, like the potato doughnuts and the upside-down pineapple cake, and others are kitschy and eclectic, like the Green Angel Lime Cake and the Orange Raisin Gems, while others are still made by even today like the Never Fail Devil Food Cake and the fudge squares.

With this collection, we wanted to tweak your memory and your senses a little, and hopefully bring to mind some things you know and love from your childhood. Inside you will also find useful information on vintage baking, temperature conversions, and lots of tips and ideas on how to preserve family recipes.

This illustrated cookbook will show you the way our great grandmothers, grandmothers, and mothers used to bake dessert for their loved ones.

The recipes included here are from our family recipe boxes handwritten on cards and that have been passed down from one generation to the next. The dishes are heartwarming and made every time with lots of love! Desserts recipes from our lost recipes collection include pies, cakes and cupcakes, custards, puddings, and pastries, cookies, squares, and doughnuts, sweet loaves, and muffins.

Inside, you’ll find 80 delicious retro recipes including:
Peanut Butter Tandy Cake
Burnt Caramel Pie
Fudge Squares
Chess Pie
Date and Nut Squares
Cherry-Peach Pandowdy
Jam Roly Poly with Custard
Vintage Plum Pudding
Strawberry Kisses
My Mom’s Vintage Rhubarb Pie
Flapper Pie
Old-Fashioned Plum Pudding
Pineapple Cheesecake Squares
Banana Rum Fruit Bread
Lazy Daisy Cake
Magic Caramel Pudding
Divinity Cookies
Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
Lemony Cupcakes
Amish Applesauce Cake
Lemon Chess Pie with Sweet Berry Sauce
Steamed Chocolate Pudding
Raspberry Custard Kuchen
Cheesy Strawberry Shortcakes
Jefferson Davis Pie
WWII Carrot Cookies
Whole Wheat Bran Muffins
Old Fashioned Apple Loaf

Each recipe comes with a beautiful image, a short description of its origins, the number of servings, the step-by-step preparation instructions, and the cooking and preparation times.

Come down memory lane and prepare delicious vintage dessert recipes your family members or friends will discover for the first time or spark pure joy from the wholesome flavors of their childhood!

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