• Review: Kill the Father

    In “Kill the Father” the police find a beheaded woman in the park. They soon find out her young son is missing. They think they have it all figured out. Of course the husband did it! So they arrest him. But this turns out to be too easy and too obvious....

  • Review: The Resort A Frankie James Mystery Book 1

    T.R. Grady creates a fantastic small town mystery tale. Frankie James is a determined woman. She has the skills do to her job and the patience to deal with all the opposition she faces. I enjoyed how she didn't get too emotional but she also was far from...

  • Review: Dark Fancy Noble Passions Book 1

    Sabrina York almost set my reader on fire with this Regency romance. Lady Helena Simpson may be an innocent put she has a passion that runs deep and a dramatic streak that is absolutely impressive. I loved the fact that she totally took matters into her...

  • Review: Brake Failure

    If you need a break from the serious books, then this one is for you. You will find this book to be funny and yet there is a little sexiness to it. At times you will find yourself laughing and you can't stop. The author has really given a stress reliever...

  • Review: Eerie Eerie, #1

    Eerie is a bit different than other books. The author not only gives you a dark eerie suspense, but it's funny too. The book will have you on the edge of your seat throughout. You may find yourself looking over your shoulder at any little sound and then...

  • Review: A Welcome Murder

    Author Robin Yocum gives quite a variety of characters, most on the dark side of life. The story in “A Welcome Murder” takes place in a once prominent and very upbeat Ohio steel town. Now the beauty is gone and it is slowly rotting to the ground along...

  • Review: Family Forever

    With the death of Dylan's parents, a lot has been placed on his shoulders. He has five younger brothers and a big dairy farm. Dylan needs help badly. So he offers a job to a neighbor, Marissa. Marissa has wanted a way out for some time since she has an...

  • Review: Return to Ruby's Ranch Ruby's Ranch, #1

    A lot of romance novels are pretty much the same. But this romance is different. The author mixes the romance with a mystery as well as a great western plot. The story kept my attention throughout. Ruby Lattrell heads to the family ranch after her Grannie...

  • Review: Explosive Forces A K-9 Rescue Novel, #5

    “Explosive Forces” by D.D. Ayres is part of the ‘K-9 Rescue’ series. I love stories like this, that start with a single exciting event and then gradually reveal elements that enhance the characters while dropping clues for an unfolding mystery. The compelling...

  • Review: The Murder of Grace Bryant

    Suzanne Rossi delves into the past and risks the future in this fabulous mystery. Callie Bryant is such a strong and determined woman and I felt almost as invested as she was in finding out who killed her mother so many years ago. While her story is absolutely...

  • Review: Everyday History

    Henry Norman is a socially isolated man. He teaches at a local museum and has no family and few friends. His passion lies in his love of the history of things. He believes that everyday items; stoves, lamps, pictures, etc tell us the history of our lives....

  • Review: Brukr Dragons of Preor Book 8

    Hannah finds even with physical alterations that she can’t hide while in the public eye. All her work to disguise herself is ruined when she stands for Cole-Daven. Her only stable relationship, that with her WITSEC representative, quickly degrades as...

  • Review: Wake a Sleeping Tiger A Novel of the Breeds, #31

    Lora Leigh's Breeds are back, and in this installment we get to explore the relationship between Judd, a Bengal Breed, and Chelsea Martinez. It's been a while since fans have been treated to a new breed book, and all I can say is it was worth the wait....

  • Review: The Unyielding Call of Crows, #3

    Shelly Laurenston's third Call of Crows is back with a bang. Once again we're thrown into the world of Viking Clans with crows, ravens, owls, Norse gods, and all the lot as the world is once again on the brink of Ragnarök. Laurenston has a special brand...

  • Review: Hoot & Honk Just Can't Sleep

    “Hoot & Honk Just Can’t Sleep” by Leslie Helakoski is a wonderfully whimsical hardcover children’s book that depicts the issues that result from two bird eggs inadvertently switching places after a storm. The vivid drawings are accompanied by succinct...

  • Article: Cover Reveal: Good Lies by Charlotte West + Excerpt and Giveaway

    Charlotte West stops on over to share her book About Good Lies. Plus she has a cover to reveal! GOOD LIES If Warren Price was gasoline, I'd be a lit match. Addison Wanks, rock ’n’ roll’s favorite daughter, is good at keeping secrets....

  • Review: The Demigod's Legacy

    Tito Perez is a demigod. He is refusing to take a mate because he lost his family 600 years ago. He thinks that because he couldn’t protect his family then from the scheming of the Aztec gods he doesn’t deserve another chance. But he doesn’t realize he...

  • Article: 5 Things a Fairy Princess Can't Live Without by Grace Goodwin

    Oh, my, this is a juicy topic. If you think I’m going to say her Prince…you’re SO wrong. 1 – A sense of humor. When you can’t sleep because there’s a pea ten mattresses deep, you better like to laugh – because...

  • Article: 5 Naughty Cowboy Items… and How to Use Them - Ride Me Dirty by Vanessa Vale

    1. Rope - Need I say more? Hee hee. 2. A Cowboy Hat - When you’re naked and need to cover up, a cowboy hat’s big enough to hide ALL the goods. 3. Campfire - Every historical western (almost every) has a campfire. Any good cowboy knows what...

  • Article: First Chapter: Crash and Burn by Amanda Adams

    Author Amanda Adams stops on over to share her book "Crash and Burn". Releases: April 6, 2017 Crash and Burn A childhood promise has Chance Walker picking up a guitar once again. He hires sexy Erin Michaelson to bring music back into his life....

  • Article: Excerp: Perdition by Lindsey Ouimet

    After the death of her stepfather, Michaela Reilly’s family picks up and moves from the bustling city of Miami to a tiny speck of a town in the middle of nowhere Georgia. Starting over is always hard, but when you’re stuck with an emotionally...

  • Review: Letters to the Lost

    This book, OMG!! I didn't know if this was going to be a win for me. The contemporary YA genre is so hit and miss for me that I usually go into them with the thought that I won't be finishing the book. So when I find something like this that I'm just...

  • Review: Patient H.M. A Story of Memory, Madness, and Family Secrets

    What if you found out that a family member was a medical leader in lobotomy surgeries? And even worse, possibly did the operation on a beloved family member? The author, Luke Dittrich, made that discovery, which led him to write Patient H.M: A Story of...

  • Article: Stranje House Novels Giveaway Signed

    Enter to win the first three books in the Stranje House series. Plus a $25 Barnes and Noble Gift Card, Swag, Jane Austen Items and the Mastermind Code Breaking game. The books will be signed! a Rafflecopter giveaway A School for Unusual Girls - A Stranje...

  • Review: The Twelve Dogs of Christmas An Andy Carpenter Novel

    As someone who appreciates having cute animals on the book covers, I was the perfect target audience for David Rosenfelt’s "Twelve Dogs of Christmas". Readers can tell the story was written by an animal advocate and talented writer. The mystery plot was...

  • Article: Winner: Ready or Dead Giveaway from PM Kavanaugh

    We have a lucky winner: Mick M. The winners email address will be sent to the author for prize distribution. PM Kavanaugh has a wonderful prize for a lucky bookish reader. Enter to win a $25 Amazon Card and an eBook. Open International Comment Question:...

  • Review: The Judas Contact Boomers Book 1

    I love Ms. Long’s stories and though this one is very different from what I usually read of hers, I jumped right in and found an incredible sci fi romance that not only almost comes alive but is very believable. Time travel is possible and controlling...

  • Review: Toward a Secret Sky

    Demons, Descriptions, and a Fabulous story await the reader of "Toward a Secret Sky"! It all starts off with Maren moving to Scotland, which let me tell you with the craze that is Outlander I was very happy to have this setting again! Maren as a teenage...

  • Review: Definitions of Indefinable Things

    “Definitions of Indefinable Things” is about a girl who suffers from depression and the boy she falls for who has a pregnant ex-girlfriend. I really didn't think I was going to mesh well with the MC Reggie, but wow how wrong I was. I loved the aspects...

  • Review: Deadly Genesis Boomers Book 2

    Action packed futuristic romance that takes you into a well thought out world that mixes fantasy, time travel and super powers. Each book builds on the one before it so it is necessary to read this series in order. Otherwise, you may become confused and...

  • Review: The Billionaires Lover's Triangle, #1

    My first book of the New Year was an absolutely amazing. As always this author makes you want to read on and on just to see what happens next. “The Billionaires” is a complete page turner. This is something you do not want to put down until the very end...

  • Review: Hurricane Cutter Cay, #5

    "Hurricane" is a well-crafted, twisty suspense novel, packed with sexy romance and high seas adventure! Cherry Adair's fifth installment in the Cutter Cay series is fast paced and action packed. This one has an added touch of intrigue, but is also filled...

  • Review: Feral

    Imagine a world where every man has suddenly been hardwired into a frenzied animal, intent on killing every woman he sees. After a gene-splicing experiment goes horribly awry, this is the reality that Allie Hilts faces every day. After watching her father...

  • Review: Chester and Gus

    This was one of the best children's books I've read in awhile. Chester longs to be a service dog but he failed his service dog training due to his fear of loud noises. He ends up getting adopted by a family with an autistic son, Gus. Chester is happy...

  • Review: Wanted and Wired Tether, #1

    Mari has kind of a hard edge but she gets the job done and that’s all that matters. At least it was all that mattered until she took a job, did what she was supposed to and it had the wrong outcome. Now she’s on the run along with her handler, Heron,...

  • Review: All You Need The Need You Series, #3

    This is the third book in Ms. James’ Need You series and I think it is the best so far. I instantly fell in love with Annika and Axl. They are terrific, complex characters that show one side of themselves to the public and have totally different personalities...

  • Review: I Dared the Duke The Wayward Wallflowers, #2

    The novel, "I Dared the Duke," is a satisfying romance that contained bits of true charm as well as a strong wit among the characters. I do have to state that although I did enjoy this book I would not classify the story as to be among my favorite historical...

  • Review: Between a Wolf and a Hard Place Silver Town Wolf, #7

    Even if you have never read a Terry Spear story before, if you love paranormal romance, pick this book up. Yes, it’s part of a series but it definitely can stand alone. I thoroughly loved it and I haven’t read any of the previous stories about Silver...

  • Review: Somebody's Baby A Darling, VT Novel, #3

    Baggage. Every person has baggage. They usually adapt and learn to work around it. Some actually fare rather well – using their baggage as sort of a learning tool – and nobody is the wiser about their past – their baggage. Others have a difficult time...

  • Review: Saving Mercy Fatal Truth Book 1

    Abbie Roads just keeps getting better. I really enjoyed her first two novels so I was excited to see the latest as the first in a series. "Saving Mercy" focuses on the aftermath of a horrible trauma and a man who was programmed from childhood to follow...

  • Review: My One True Highlander A No Ordinary Hero Novel, #2

    Suzanne Enoch delivers an indisputable highland hit with this historical. Lady Marjorie Lattimer is an interesting heroine. She's a woman who is sad about how the Ton reacts to her and yet she is at most times willing to act against what is expected of...

  • Review: Dragon Squeeze Dragon Point Book 2

    And here I thought the universe revolved around me. But that’s not so, since it revolves around Adi and one shouldn’t disagree with a dragon. Since her sister mated, Adi is feeling the pressure to reproduce for her clan and she’s avoiding home while investigating...

  • Review: Big Little Hippo

    “Big Little Hippo” by Valeri Gorbachev is a beautifully illustrated hardcover children’s book that follows Little Hippo, the youngest hippo in his family, as he works through his dislike for being smaller than everyone he knows. Comparing himself to the...

  • Review: Silence of the Jams A Down South Café Mystery, #2

    Author Gayle Leeson brings us the second entry in her Down South Café series. Amy Flowers is busy making pies and cakes for the Independence Day holiday. Enter George Lincoln, who is still trying to buy her café so her can tear it down and build a B&B....

  • Review: Occult and Battery A Bay Island Psychic Mystery, #2

    Lena Gregory gives us the second entry in her Bay Island Psychic Mystery series. Cass is hosting a murder mystery weekend at a haunted mansion. Complicating things is the arrival of her ex-husband and his wife. Shortly afterward one of the guests is found...

  • Review: A Frying Shame A Deep Fried Mystery, #3

    The town of Wrensdale is abuzz with excitement when Steeltop Foods sponsors a cooking contest to promote its new product, the Flavor Dial. With a $25,000 prize at stake, all the contestants are on edge, including Talia Marby, owner of Fry Me A Sliver....

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    “Blood Lust” by Alexandra Ivy gives a view of the complicated relationship between Bas and Myst. As events unfold, one gets a better appreciation for the way love changes one’s priorities, which enhances appreciation of two strong characters who have...

  • Review: Silk Stalkings A Material Witness Mystery, #3

    “Silk Stalkings” by Diane Vallere is a fun romp through a small town beset by beauty pageant fever with the complications that come from a murder in its midst. The quirky characters such as Poly, who has to bear the burden of being conceived in a fabric...

  • Review: Looking Inside

    “Looking Inside” by Beth Kery is a deliciously steamy story that reminds us of the importance of living each day to its fullest. It is remarkable to reconcile the self-effacing and careful woman with the hedonistic vixen who sets out to grab the attention...

  • Review: Mythic Creatures: And the Impossibly Real Animals Who Inspired Them American Museum of Natural History

    “Mythic Creatures: And the Impossibly Real Animals Who Inspired Them” is a book from the American Museum & Natural History that is adapted from a exhibition curated by Laurel Kendall & Mark A. Norell with Richard Ellis and the Exhibition Department of...

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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?

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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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