• Review: Tracking You A Redwood Ridge Romance

    "Tracking You" reminded me why I fell in love with reading. Reading is less about the words on the page and more about the emotions felt. Ms. Moran totally got that. She captured the abject loneliness of a man born to be different and the restlessness...

  • Review: The Romeo Catchers The Casquette Girls Series Book 2

    “The Romeo Catchers” is a great conclusion to the The Casquette Girls series. It’s been a while since I read book one so I had to look up what it was about as I didn't remember. And I just didn't have the time to reread book one. This second book was...

  • Review: The Darkest Corner Gravediggers Book 1

    Liliana Hart is torturing me with the first series book in her new series. I loved this book so much I'm having withdrawals and now I have to wait to read the next book! Tess Sherman isn't what most would typically picture as a heroine after all she's...

  • Review: The End of Magic An Echo Park Coven Novel, #3

    It's all about family and the ties that bind... Book 3 of the Echo Park Coven series picks up right where book 2 left off. Lyse and several of her coven members are coming out of the subterranean hell in the middle of the desert. They need to get away...

  • Review: Hunger

    Eve Langlais, Kate Douglas and A.C. Arthur serve up one delicious helping of paranormal romance in this must read anthology. I'll be honest and say I definitely picked this one up because one of the authors is an automatic buy for me. After reading these...

  • Review: Catch a Tiger by the Tail

    I found my new addiction! This story is hot and fun to read. It's well-plotted out, superbly written and entertaining. It has a unique and original story-line. The main characters have depth, are lovable and believable. Human redhead Lulu Lamontaine at...

  • Review: The Queen's Dance The Aurelian Guard - Book Two

    “The Queen's Dance” is another book I can recommend. It’s great. I really loved the romance between Claire and Trian. I wish that they would have had more time together before Claire was kidnapped. Although them getting back to each other was a great...

  • Review: New Pompeii

    What would you do if you could control the timeline? This is the ultimate question posed by this incredible novel. I found myself asking the same question repeatedly throughout the 2 days it took me to read it. It was mind blowing. The settings were so...

  • Review: A Field Guide to Fantastical Beasts

    WOW! This book is an epic walkthrough of some of the scariest and some of the nicest beings in human mythology. Author Olento Salaperainen has created the go to guide for seeking out these monsters…not that I would suggest it. Each entry into the book...

  • Review: Kale to the Queen A Kensington Palace Chef Mystery, #1

    "Kale to the Queen" is the first book in the Kensington Palace Chef Mystery series. It's about Carrie Ann, a chef who relocates to London to become the private chef to the duke and duchess, but while working, she stumbles upon the dead body of her assistant....

  • Review: Bookman Dead Style A Dangerous Type Mystery, #2

    "Bookman Dead Style" is the second book in the Dangerous Type Mystery series. It's about Clare Henry, a woman who tries to help clear the name of a celebrity who is accused of killing his sister. This book was very hard to get into at first, and it wasn’t...

  • Review: Intercepting the Chef How to Score Book 1

    Rachel Goodman dishes up a delightful treat with this romantic contemporary. Gwen Lalonde has a sharp tongue and a sharp mind, two of my favorite things in a heroine. The fact that Logan Stonestreet admires both of those qualities cemented him in my eyes...

  • Review: Murder Beach

    Rena Leith delights with not one but two fantastic murder mysteries in this contemporary ghost story. Class Peake is a solid heroine, a woman making a fresh start and I loved discovering alongside of her the history and folklore around her new house....

  • Review: Betting On Paradise Seven Brides for Seven Cowboys Book 4

    Scandal, heartache and self doubt seem to follow two dreamers looking to bring those dreams into reality. Ms. Selvig blends the best parts of human nature: determination, fear and heart and builds a story of redemption, hope and family. Grace has more...

  • Review: Some Sugar Curvy Women Wanted Book 3

    Sam Crescent sweetens up a sexy situation with this short erotic contemporary. Faith Bryant is attracted to her neighbor from the minute she sees him but her strong reaction leads to some misjudgment on her part and I loved watching her deal with the...

  • Review: Forty Candles

    Virginia Nelson gifts readers with this fabulous contemporary. Chloe Walker is a woman about to turn forty and watching her remember, rethink and re-evaluate her life was definitely interesting but watching her deal with Jack Leonard was even even better....

  • Review: It Started with a Contract Curvy Women Wanted Book 2

    Sam Crescent is the go to for hot curvy gal romance and this story sets the sheets on fire. The premise of this one seems oh so naughty but Hadley Green is such a sexy, girl next door type of woman that I had no trouble believing how she could find herself...

  • Review: Guarding His Anchor Canadian Muscle Book 2

    Kacey Hammell blew me away with this absolutely awesome romantic suspense story. This might have been the first book of hers that I've read but it definitely will not be the last. Charlotte Walker is a feisty and fierce heroine and I loved that she took...

  • Review: Just for the Movie Romance on the Go

    Sam Crescent has become a must read author for me and this one lives up to my high expectations of her. While not as steamy as most of her stories there was just something so beautiful about this couple and their relationship that I was just inexplicably...

  • Review: Never Done

    What happens to a friendship when your father marries your friend? How does Clara, fourteen, feel when her father marries her friend, Geneva who is only sixteen. Clara is hurt, she feels turned on. Now her once friend is her stepmother and Clara wants...

  • Review: Violet Abyss The Blushing Death #7

    '"Violet Abyss" is the seventh in the A Blushing Death series. A heads up now for new to this series readers. This series needs to be read in order. It's an awesome series, so get book one now! In this seventh book we find Dahlia Sabin. She’s lived quite...

  • Review: The Seven Sins of Ruby Love Beyond, #3

    Erin Quin swept me up and into the third book in her BEYOND series. Readers new to this series can start with this book, but I recommend the whole series. "The Seven Sins of Ruby Love" mentions prior characters but new readers won't feel lost without...

  • Review: The Boss's Nine-Month Negotiation One Night With Consequences

    "The Boss's Nine-Month Negotiation" has a variety of good romance tropes - unexpected pregnancy, boss as lover, another woman, and a case of amnesia! When combined all together, this story was quite the easy read! I really liked both the main characters...

  • Review: The Earl's Error Rebel Lords Of London Book 1

    “The Earl's Error” is a convoluted story of misunderstandings and secrets. There are interesting parts to this book but on whole I just couldn't get hooked. I found Lorelei to be very annoying and Thorne too timid for my taste. They do share a passionate...

  • Review: Honor Among Thieves A Sam Jenkins Mystery

    “Honor Among Thieves” pulls you right into the concept of how your life can change in a split second. We have a police chief minding his own business. He suddenly gets sucked into a murder accusation that he had no business with. Now not only does he...

  • Review: The Pirate's Witch Blood Prince Series, #6

    Jump right into "The Pirate's Witch" and be swept into a fantasy adventure full of magic. We have pirate Tyr Singlehand. Yes he just has one hand, but knows how to work it. Tyr isn't a handsome young pirate, but one with a quite a few years on him. I...

  • Review: Souljacker A Lily Bound Novel, #1

    "Souljacker" is the first book in a new series by Yasmine Galenorn. Lily is a succubi. In order to satisfy her hunger without hurting anyone, she opens up her business Lily Bound for paying customers. She's able to kill two birds with one stone. Her clients...

  • Review: Ghost of the Nile Gods of Egypt

    I have been a longtime fan of author Veronica Scott’s Gods of Egypt series. Having been highly interested in Egyptian mythology for my entire life, these books came as a delightful trip through the various deities. "Ghost of the Nile", the 6th book in...

  • Review: Princess Sophie and the Six Swans A Tale from the Brothers Grimm

    "Princess Sophie and the Six Swans", by Kim Jacobs, is a cute children's book. The illustrations are beautiful. The princess sees her brothers turned into swans and must do whatever she can to get them turned back. I love the premise of this story. Family...

  • Review: A Perfect Gentleman

    "A Perfect Gentleman," is an outstanding work of romantic fiction and I was blown away by the Disney-like magic that this novel possessed. This book was my very first introduction to author's Candance Camp's writing and I have a tough time with the bold...

  • Review: Alien Education Alien Novels Book 15

    Reader take note: this is most emphatically not a book that you can just pick up and dive into. It is book 15 in a series and oh my stars does it show. For those who have been following along from the start, I'm sure the constant mentions and cameos of...

  • Review: Date with Death Dales Detective Mysteries

    “Date with Death” is the first book in the new ‘Dale’s Detective’ series. This is a fun, madcap, small town cozy mystery which centers around Delilah Metcalfe, who is struggling to maintain two businesses after her sordid and messy divorce. Sampson O’Brien,...

  • Review: Score San Francisco Thunder, #1

    Childhood friends who evolve into more is some of the theme in this hockey romance. Each of the main characters, Jude and Zoey, remember things a bit differently but they both remember being very attracted to each other. Each chapter shows the progression...

  • Review: Beach Lawyer Beach Lawyer Series

    “Beach Lawyer” written by Avery Duff, who is a new and unfamiliar author to me. I found the story difficult to connect with between the choppy plot and the characters. The beginning of the book was especially difficult to get into. The dialogue and plot...

  • Review: The Immortal's Unrequited Bride

    Interesting premise, with likeable characters and the story challenges some of the same tropes that I've always had questions about, but The Immortal's Unrequited Bride oddly didn't wow me. It was a good read, but it also felt very much like a book that...

  • Review: Fallen Rose

    "Fallen Rose" is definitely on the gory side of the dark and gritty scale. I found it rather difficult to wade through in part because of the darkness and in part because I didn't really buy all the suffering as I couldn't see the logic in the world-building....

  • Review: Ruins and Revenge Raine Benares, #9

    This is a terrific book and a wonderful saga. This is a continuation/spin off of a previous saga but this time with Tam as the main character. This is the second book in this new storyline and it can be read without having read the previous book but it...

  • Review: It Started with Goodbye

    "It Started With Goodbye", by Christina June, is a glorious coming of age teen story. Tatum is a delightful girl who feels the weight of the world coming down upon her. The author does a good job of portraying her as a realistic teen. Others will definitely...

  • Review: Edited Out A Mysterious Detective Mystery, #2

    E.J. Cooperman brings us the second entry in his “Mysterious Detective” series. This time out, Mystery author Rachel Goldman is just about getting used to the idea that her fictional creation Duffy Madison has somehow taken flesh-and-blood form and is...

  • Review: The Girl Who Knew Too Much

    Amanda Quick is known for her historical and Victorian romances but with the latest novel The Girl Who Knew Too Much she boldly throws herself into the 1930s era. I've always enjoyed her brand of writing and this latest one is no exception. From the beginning...

  • Review: Death in the Abstract A Katherine Sullivan Mystery, #2

    If you love cozy mysteries, than you're sure to enjoy this debut. The book is well written and has you leaving each page anticipating more. As the pages turn the tension and suspense grows. From the start you will know you have found a winner and a great...

  • Review: The Dastardly Miss Lizzie Electric Empire Novels, #3

    This was another good installment of the Electric Empire series. The story starts with Eliza and Lizzie still at odds with each other. Eliza has her hands full with the ongoing investigation of The Slasher and there are now a series of murders of prominent...

  • Review: Trusting Grace Virtues and Vices of the Old West Book #3

    Grace is struggling and has been as she takes care of her aging father. She is a woman alone trying to do a daughter's duty, a widow's job and keep it all together. Not only that but she is a widow and trying to keep the ranch her late husband built going....

  • Review: The Witch of Torinia A Tale of Valdur Book 2

    “The Witch of Torinia” is the second book in a series. Book one is “The Guns of Ivrea”. Well if you liked the first one you may or may not like this one. For me, this one was a solid three stars. Although it was pretty good the writing is hard to get...

  • Review: Grunt Hero Task Force Ombra

    “Grunt Hero” was so good! It has action and exciting moments. I just couldn't put it down. I was really getting scared as the end approached. So many things were happening I thought it was going to end on one massive cliffhanger. But the author did a...

  • Review: Never Too Late

    “Never Too Late” is funny, sad, and just an over-all great read. I couldn't put it down and I will be picking it back up after I read book one. The characters make the story in this book. They are full of development and depth and I really fell in love...

  • Review: Olive Juice

    I work with terminally ill people and sometimes when I walk into a house the grief is so thick that you can literally feel it. The air is heavy with it. That's what reading this book felt like. When I leave those homes I struggle to push the grief off...

  • Review: Man Down Wings of Gold Book 3

    “Man Down” by Tracy Tappan is a thrill-filled, suspenseful tale that starts with a description of the intense challenges faced to become a SEAL and ratchets up higher and higher throughout the story. Told through three points of view, this glimpse of...

  • Review: Enemies of the State The Executive Office #1

    “Enemies of the State” by Tal Bauer was a wonderful surprise and lived up to the blurb that captured my attention. I was enthralled by the progression of the relationship between Ethan and Jack. The conflict between duties of the office and the human...

  • Review: Ghost Times Two A Bailey Ruth Ghost Novel, #4

    “Ghost Times Two” by Carolyn Hart is a cozy mystery with a twist—the inimitable Bailey Ruth Raeburn, whose afterlife is remarkably busy. Her preoccupation with fashion and predilection for stretching…okay, breaking…the precepts of her role as emissary...

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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.

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.

*Please note, this book has been previously published by a publisher that has closed. Everything remains the same, even the cover*

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.

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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?