Rachel's books

I'm a registered nurse.  Reading gives me that escape I need.  I read primarily romance in all genres.

 

 

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The Clock Strikes Twelve starts off with an interesting premise: It's New Year's Eve 1941. A country house family gathering. ...
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Jean-Pierre Houël (1735-1813): La prise de la Bastille
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I love a book that starts off with a bang. Not necessarily in terms of action, but in emotional impact. This one grabbed me b...
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WALK THE DARKNESS DOWN is the weirdest western horror story I've ever read. I adored it! Starting with a young man named Le...
The Rule of Luck
In this future, the Earth as we know it has been destroyed by climate change, earthquakes, the subsequent wars that followed. Humanity is ruled under one government. That gove...
The Rule of Luck - Catherine Cerveny
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The Rule of Luck - Catherine Cerveny
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Lemon poppyseed loaf. Yum!
How to Win at Feminism
Well, hummm. Some of the satire/sarcasm worked and some of it didn't work for me. There are some things you can joke and laugh at. Other things not so much. This book has some...
How to Win at Feminism: The Definitive Guide to Having It All—And Then Some! - Sarah Pappalardo, Reductress, Anna Drezen, Dr Elizabeth Newell Berglund
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How to Win at Feminism: The Definitive Guide to Having It All—And Then Some! - Sarah Pappalardo, Reductress, Anna Drezen, Dr Elizabeth Newell Berglund
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From the Amazon listing for this 1971/74/75 (lots of dates listed): When all galaxies are colonized, John Craig, A youn[si...
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**Spoilers ahead, you’ve been warned** This was an intensely insane book. It was filled with such tension and apprehension ...
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Currently reading

The Mueller Report by The Washington Post
The Visitor (Graveyard Queen) by Amanda Stevens

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