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Christine Amsden, Mind Games
2014-04-28 19:18
I've been lucky enough to read each of the books in the now 3 book long series, Cassie Scot, by Christine Amsden and I have to say, this one is my favorite by far. It kept me entertained fro… Read More
2014-04-21 21:22
Slowly but surely everything here ( is getting shifted over to One of the exciting new elements of the site is The MBR Blog which will be filled with… Read More
Patria Dunn, Goldilocks
2014-04-17 14:28
Everyone has problems. Even in fairy tales.   "...I loved this book. ...I was enamored by the characters of Hannah and Jake. ...a good book boils down to this…I loved her plot. I… Read More
CAWittchen, Behind Locked Doors
2014-04-15 18:34
"...Behind Locked Doors makes my top ten Indie book list. To keep my interest all the way to the very end is very hard to do, and Ms. Wittchen did it. Well done! This is a suspenseful, fast… Read More
2014-04-08 15:56
That's right folks. On April 14 The Magnolia Blossom Review will be moving to its brand-spanking new location at It's a much more user friendly site with all the things t… Read More
2014-03-05 21:33
Greetings Readers! First of all, thank you so much for visiting. It took a while but I'm happy to say that the first video review for the site is now completed and will be posted in its own… Read More
2014-03-04 06:41
I know you're expecting to see a nifty 'video book review' of Aleksandr Wootton's Her Unwelcome Inheritance today... But good grief - do you know what happens when you stick a self-proc… Read More
2014-03-03 05:54
Welcome to a new and exciting concept for The Magnolia Blossom Review.Not only will there be unique sites for specific genres like the Young Adult novel site you're at right now and the Roma… Read More
Jack Croxall, Tethers
2014-02-14 20:36
Tethers by Jack Croxall is an enjoyable read. It does require that the reader pay close attention to the 'when' of events that happen in the book because there's an element of premoniti… Read More

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