Welcome, to Floyd’s Book Club! Below you will find a list of the books I have read within the current month – complete with “Love,” “Weeping,” and “Donita” Factors. I even have links to the books on Amazon, for your viewing pleasure!

I sincerely hope that you find a book or two within this newsletter that catches your interest. Whether you pick one up at the library, a local bookstore, or on your E-reader – I wish you Happy Reading!

– Jana M. Floyd

The Dark Horse by Craig Johnson 51KgPQMgigL

Our favorite cranky and yet so loveable sheriff returns!
Walt Longmire houses a female prisoner in his jail for a neighboring county. The woman has confessed
Love Factor: 5 out of 5 Hearts

Weeping Factor: 0 out of 5 Tears





Junkyard Dogs by Craig Johnson


A missing finger, an unlikely love affair, and some junkyard dogs that just might take a chunk out of you – The sheriffs and deputies have their work cut out for them.
Love Factor: 4 out of 5 Hearts

Weeping Factor: 0 out of 5 Tears

Hell is Empty by Craig Johnson 


When convicted prisoners escape in his county, Longmire has to track them and their hostages deep into the Bighorn Mountain range. Walt goes head to head with a deep winter blizzard and begins to lose his grip.


Love Factor: 5 out of 5 Hearts

Weeping Factor: 0 out of 5 Tears


The Institute by Stephen King


*Trigger Warning* – This book includes the physical and emotional abuse of children on a corporate level.
Luke is a child genius prodigy, applying to Cambridge 12, is kidnapped in the middle of the night. He wakes up to a room that is almost identical to his own. The other kids he encounters keep warning him about the shot and dots. Luke can’t help but wonder what surreal hell he has fallen into.
Love Factor: 5 out of 5 Hearts

Weeping Factor: 0 out of 5 Tears

Dangerous Alliance by Jennifer Cohen

Please note, this is not a book written in a Jane Austen style, as Shades of Milk and Honey is.
is obsessed with Jane Austen novels and strives to live her life as the heroines in those beloved books would. But as her family begins to dance a tightrope between ruin and stability, she finds it increasingly difficult. Even more so when Victoria learns that only her marriage to a wealthy and influential man can save her family.
Love Factor: 3 out of 5 Hearts

Weeping Factor: 0 out of 5 Tears

If you would like to send me a book recommendation, become a guest reviewer, or just want to chat about any of the books in today’s issue – please feel free to email me or comment on this post!

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