In Danger in the Stars by Veronica Scott, Miriell is an empathetic priestess who has been captured and enslaved by an evil corporation for use to their advantage. When her services are rented to Lady Opherra, Miriell meets Conor and his energy fascinates her. Conor has secrets that Miriell could use against him if she got too close. Can he resist Miriell and keep them both alive? And can Miriell escape and save her people without being blown up in the process? Danger in the Stars is a novel from the Sector series. Continue reading Danger in the Stars (A Sectors SF Romance) by Veronica Scott
Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett deals with Aziraphale, an angel, and Crowley, a demon, aren’t ready for the end times. They’ve gotten quite comfortable in their years on Earth. Despite representing good and evil, the two decide to work together to postpone the inevitable. Continue reading Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
This review is dedicated to Allison Ridgeway Doan, the wife of one of my husband’s childhood friends and a lovely person, who lost her battle with cancer yesterday. Check out her memoir released not long before her death, Bruised and Beautiful.
In Collateral Damage by Stuart Woods, Stone Barrington and his sometimes lover, CIA Assistant Director Holly Barker, are at it again. Holly brings Stone a case with big risks. Will their lucky streak hold? Can they solve the case or will they be Collateral Damage? Collateral Damage is the 25th book in the Stone Barrington series. Continue reading Collateral Damage by Stuart Woods
Billy and Ant Lie: Lying (Billy Growing Up Book 4) by James Minter (Author) and Helen Rushworth (Illustrator) is a story about Billy and Ant who tell a lie to cover the true reasons that they were late for school. When complications arise, their lie is found out. What consequences will they face?
In The Facility by Brandon Ford, Holly Vogel discovers that her husband has been violating their five-year-old daughter, she takes the child and goes on the run. With no one to turn to, she finds a website known as “The Facility.” Will it be the answer to her prayers or a new beginning to her nightmare? Continue reading The Facility by Brandon Ford
To Live Out Loud: A Novel by Paulette Mahurin takes place in 1894 Captain Richard Dreyfus, a French Artillery Officer was convicted of treason for passing military secrets to the Germans. Dreyfus was sent to Devil’s Island in French Guiana to live out his sentence. When a few years later evidence that Dreyfus was innocent was discovered, the French military did everything they could to suppress the information. French journalist, Emile Zola, ran with the story of the gross injustice in the periodical J’Accuse and became a target of those looking to keep the story under wraps and Dreyfus incarcerated. To Live Out Loud is the story of this historic case and Zola’s coverage of it and the ultimate pursuit of justice at all costs. Continue reading To Live Out Loud: A Novel by Paulette Mahurin
In Curses by Calvin Dean, Martin Gallagher finds a house in the country and a widow he wants to romance. The wrench in the works is Agnes, a jealous ghost with nothing to lose who wants Martin all for herself. Continue reading Curses by Calvin Dean
The Life and the Adventures of a Haunted Convict by Austin Reed is the nineteenth-century account of his life as a free, black man born in 1823 who spent his life between hard labor, indentured servitude and incarceration at America’s first industrial prison. The recently discovered manuscript written when Reed was still in prison was authenticated by Yale scholar, Caleb Smith and includes letters written by Reed later in his life. Continue reading The Life and the Adventures of a Haunted Convict by Austin Reed
In Knoll: The Last JFK Conspiracist by Stephen Hillard, the lawyer Bus McIntyre digs into the past of his murdered father, he uncovers a dangerous secret. At the same time, a protege of Edward Snowdon discovers that a project purporting to look for new information in the assassination of JFK is actually identifying people with new information and eliminating them. Is Bus the next victim? Continue reading Knoll: The Last JFK Conspiracist by Stephen Hillard
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