• Review: The Ridge

    The Ridge, by John Rector, is one of my favorite genres- horror suspense without all the blood and guts. This book is definitely character driven and I love the character development. Megan is what we all strive to be, curious and independent. As a reader...

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    When things ended several years ago Peggy fought but Elliott let (or rather made) her go. And she’s been hung up ever since. Unbeknownst to her, he too has been hung up on her, just he doesn’t show it to the world. In fact he doesn’t show much of anything...

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  • Review: Feels Like the First Time Destiny Bay, #2

    To start off I want to say that you can read this book without reading book one. You may not know who Kennedy and her man are. But you won't really lose any content in this book. But it will make you want to go back and read the first book. “Feels Like...

  • Review: Snared Elemental Assassin, #16

    WOW. Snared is the explosive 16th book in author Jennifer Estep’s incredible Elemental Assassin series, and it starts with a bang. The novel is a non-stop race against time to save an innocent girl from a horrific fate. I loved learning more about The...

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    I procrastinated writing this review for a while because I still can’t believe the twists and turns the author took. This is the fourth and final book in the adventures of Rafe and Emma and it’s a whopper. Rafe and Emma have been through the works and...

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  • Review: Magic For Nothing InCryptid, #6

    “Magic for Nothing” by Seanan McGuire is an urban fantasy that will stop and make you think about things you’ve seen that are on the edge of uncanny…and wonder. I enjoy the stories in this series and it was fun getting a closer look at Antimony Timpani...

  • Review: Blood Vow Black Dagger Legacy, #2

    “Blood Vow” by J.R. Ward effortlessly immerses the reader in the world of the Black Dagger Brotherhood and reminds us of the violence and tenuous accord existing between humans and vampires. The wondrous connection between Rhage and his mate Mary as they...

  • Review: A Criminal Defense

    A criminal defense lawyer's career and family life is put to the test as a murder is committed and there is a possible link to his family including himself committing the murder. How could this be possible? With blackmail in the mix, Mick McFarland has...

  • Review: The Art of Holding On and Letting Go

    "The Art of Holding on and Letting Go" is a debut YA novel worth reading. The story revolves around Cara Jenkins a teenage girl and competitive climber. Cara lived with her parents and their friend. But one day after the tragic incident that changed and...

  • Review: It Happened on Love Street Everland, Georgia, #1

    "It Happened on Love Street," is a fun, cheery and yet zany contemporary romance that was highly enjoyable for a springtime read. Add a few mischief pups and a hunky hero and I was literally hooked. As a quick little bonus, I immensely savored the classifieds...

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    When I picked up Melissa Cutler's "One Wild Night" I didn't realize it was part of a three book series or that it was the third book in the series. I can honestly say though that even though I had not read the first two books in the series it did not...

  • Review: You're Welcome, Universe

    “You're Welcome, Universe” started out really well. I really loved how the main character stood up for her friend when it came to a slur. The school was in no hurry to stand up and do anything. I think we all strive to have a friend like that. But around...

  • Review: Just Fly Away

    “Just Fly Away” is a book I thought I was going to end up not finishing. As the ending came near I ended up liking it more than I thought I was going to. Lucy's relationship with her gramps really came through during the story. I really enjoyed how this...

  • Review: Snowed In with Murder An Otter Lake Mystery, #3

    “Snowed in with murder” written by Auralee Wallace is a good book that is part of a series called the “Otter Lake” mystery. The story is funny. The characters get into trouble in the most unusual ways. The characters were a joy to read to about. I found...

  • Review: Like a Love Song

    After reading “Like a Love Song” I checked out the author's other titles and you can really see how much she has grown as a writer. This book is so better done than her previous ones. This is a wonderfully light read that you can finish in a few hours....

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    Grab your comfortable chair and brace yourself for a delightful ghost tale of love, revenge and an attempt to right wrongs to incite happiness. Amber Belldene draws her audience into an adventurous, titillating tale with many twists and turns. We have...

  • Review: Abbey's Tale

    "Abbey's Tale," is truly a gratifying work of historical fiction and perhaps the novel itself represents the genre at its very best. I was genuinely swept away by the writing of the author, Katherine McDermott as I have not seen such outstanding writing...

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    Design for Murder is a terrific story! This is my first read in this series. I've watched the TV series and in many respects this book mirrors the characters from the show very closely. I enjoyed this novel from the get go. The characters are well developed,...

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    An outstanding novel from the get go! Lots of action and plenty of time to figure out who killed the school janitor. The ending is sudden, but does tie everything up neatly. Great character development and light-hearted moments also aid in making this...

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    Another outstanding novel by Cleo Coyle which will keep you busy reading, cooking, or eating! In any case, this is one novel you will not want to put down once the story is over as the recipes look as yummy as they sound in the book. With great diversity...

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    "The VIP Doubles Down" wraps up the trilogy of wagers made in the club, but I'm hoping that we'll see more of the people I met along the way. I was hesitant about this book because it seemed like Gavin was a much angrier person than the other heroes and...

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Cut from the Same Cloth by Kathleen Baldwin

Aunt Honore is up to her old tricks, only now she’s meddling in her mysterious nephew’s life…

Why does the powerfully built, golden-haired, Lord St. Evert dress like an overdone Dandy? His outlandish wardrobe belies the hard unyielding lines of his face. Whoever he is, he’s ruining Elizabeth Hampton’s desperate scheme to secure a rich husband. Terribly vexing, to arrive at the most fashionable Breakfast Party of the Season wearing a perfectly stunning Chinese silk gown, only to discover Lord St. Evert is clad in unmentionables cut from identical cloth.

Humiliating. And insufferable! Why, the devil, must he show up in fabrics Elizabeth searched so diligently to procure? To say nothing of the long hours she spent secretly stitching her creations together. He must be stopped. She is determined to spy out his perplexing game, and put an end to his interference.

Scarlet O’Hara meets the Scarlet Pimpernel

St. Evert despises pretension of any kind. He cannot abide the self-important airs put on by some members of the Ton and takes pleasure in making a mockery of Brummell’s fashion strictures. Conceited frauds! Hadn’t his grandfather’s snobbery made his mother’s life a misery? All the more maddening to discover that the one woman who captures his interest is the biggest pretender of all. He vows to teach Miss Elizabeth Hampton a lesson she won’t soon forget.

Dreamweaver by CS Friedman


When Jessica Drake learned that her DNA didn’t match that of her parents, she had no idea that investigating her true heritage would put her family’s lives in danger, and ultimately force her to cross into another world.

There, in an alternate Earth dominated by individuals with frightening mental powers called Gifts, Jessica learned of a curse within her blood, one so terrifying that all who possessed it were destroyed on sight. For she is a Dreamwalker, and the same dark Gift that allows her to enter the dreams of others will eventually destroy her mind and spread insanity to all around her. 

Now the deadly wraiths known as reapers, createdto hunt down the last Dreamwalkers, are starting to target her family. In order to destroy them she must seek out a mysterious shapeshifting tower where the secret of the reapers’ creation—and her own Dreamwalker heritage—can be found. Joining forces once more with the ex-Shadow Isaac and loremaster Sebastian, she travels to the Badlands, a region on the alternate Earth from which no traveler has ever returned.

But her efforts to unlock the secrets of the past will soon ignite the flames of an ancient war, as the deadand the undead gather to fight their final battle against the Dreamwalkers—with Jessica and Isaac on the front lines, and the fate of her entire homeworld at stake.

Last Ascension by Rebecca Royce


Lael Hudson has had enough. He made a terrible mistake years earlier and has never been able to forgive himself. His brothers don’t trust him and life seems like a series of pointless encounters—one after another, all meaningless. Until he makes a decision—leave the Guardians forever. Start a new life, one of his own making.

Margot Fox woke up one day in a small apartment in a city she didn’t recognize without any memories at all. She has one piece of paper in her pocket warning her of danger. What is she to do? When the little money she does have runs out she has no choice but to seek help outside, which is when she runs smack into Lael Hudson.

Despite his decision to stay out of Guardian affairs, Lael can’t deny his super human powers make him want to protect the woman who is convinced she must have been abducted by aliens. Together, they will discover the truth is more heinous than either of them could have imagined and that they will have to face the truth of their pasts if they ever to have a future.

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Kum Long Point Pencil Sharpener

This automatic long point pencil container sharpeners made from polystyrene. It comes in container shape. The blades are made of high-carbon steel, therefore long-lasting and very sharp. Dynamic torsion action built into each blade makes for a smoother, cleaner cut. Compact and portable, suitable for school, home or office use.

Olivia's Escape by Cindy A. Matthews, Adrian J. Matthews

Seventeen-year-old Olivia Brown is abducted on her way home from a night out and wakes up to find herself imprisoned by a vampiric race in a dark city bathed in eternal night. Hernando, a handsome half-human slave, reveals what is intended for her - they want her blood for the upcoming festival. Together they escape, and find friends and allies in unexpected places.

Joining a resistance cell, they help plot a revolution and fall in love. Their group plans to take control of the Portal, a teleportation device that links Earth to the world of BloodDark. Getting into the City of Night is a challenge. A narrow window of opportunity opens - but what awaits them in the caverns located deep beneath the city?

Will Olivia and Hernando survive the battle? If she returns to Earth, will Olivia ever see Hernando again?