• Review: Ode to a Fish Sandwich by Rebecca M. Hale

  • Features: Shakespeare Saved My Life: Ten Years in Solitary with the Bard by Dr. Laura Bates

  • Review: The First Prophet by Kay Hooper

  • Review: Return to You by Samantha Chase

  • Review: Scent to Kill by Chrystle Fiedler

  • Review: Immortally Damned by J. Morgan

  • Review: Festive In Death by J.D. Robb

  • Review: The Witch of Painted Sorrows by M. J. Rose

  • Features & Giveaway: Feeding the Fire by Andrea Laurence

  • Review: Mirror Image by Sandra Brown

Mar 29
Review: Ode to a Fish Sandwich by Rebecca M. Hale

Review: Ode to a Fish Sandwich by Rebecca M. Hale

Dr. Walcott Emerson Jones was jilted at the altar but decides to take his Caribbean honeymoon vacation anyway. Solo on a resort intended for couples, he looks for other entertainment- particularly since the dermatologist slathers himself with sunscreen and is adamant about avoiding the sun. He finds a tiny restaurant,… Read more »

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Mar 28
Features: Shakespeare Saved My Life: Ten Years in Solitary with the Bard by Dr. Laura Bates

Features: Shakespeare Saved My Life: Ten Years in Solitary with the Bard by Dr. Laura Bates

Get the e-book of SHAKESPEARE SAVED MY LIFE: TEN YEARS IN SOLITARY WITH THE BARD from you local library from March 17-31 as part of Overdrive’s Big Library Read! What is Overdrive’s Big Library Read?  As per their website: Join the fun!  Big Library Read is the first-ever “global eBook… Read more »

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Mar 27
Review: The First Prophet by Kay Hooper

Review: The First Prophet by Kay Hooper

Sarah Gallagher’s coma changed everything for her. Once she awoke from the coma, Sarah started having “waking nightmares”. Whatever she dreamed, came true. Unfortunately, Sarah now sees her own grave.  Meanwhile, novelist Tucker MacKenzie is skeptical of psychics but actively seeks them out hoping to resolve a personal burden he… Read more »

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Mar 26
Review:   Return to You by Samantha Chase

Review: Return to You by Samantha Chase

After reading this cute, quick and captivating read – I sincerely wish I had started with the first book in the Montgomery Brothers series.  The whole concept is so cute and unique using not a woman matchmaker but an older gentleman who is the ‘Uncle’ of the Montgomery boys.  The… Read more »

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Mar 24
Review: Scent to Kill by Chrystle Fiedler

Review: Scent to Kill by Chrystle Fiedler

Naturopath Dr. Willow McQuade is excited at the chance to see the famous lavender farm. Sure, it means she’ll have to tolerate seeing her ex-boyfriend, Simon Lewis, but Willow and Simon have eased into a friendship over the last year. Simon is now dating the producer for a paranormal/psychic show… Read more »

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Mar 23
Review: Immortally Damned by J. Morgan

Review: Immortally Damned by J. Morgan

Caern had sworn he would never return to New Orleans, not with a death sentence on his head. Unfortunately, there’s just one thing from his past that would cause him to return… and now that past has come calling. Meanwhile, in New Orleans, Detective Eliza Marrone is seeking an elusive… Read more »

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Mar 22
Review: Festive In Death by J.D. Robb

Review: Festive In Death by J.D. Robb

They wanted to play a prank… but found a dead body instead. Trey Zeigler was a well-known trainer and had a plethora of ladies willing to pay for his assistance in the gym. But who wanted him dead? Lieutenant Eve Dallas will have to weed through the suspects while trying… Read more »

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Mar 21
Review: The Witch of Painted Sorrows by M. J. Rose

Review: The Witch of Painted Sorrows by M. J. Rose

I’ve read many of M.J. Rose novels to date and I have much admired her prose and Gothic type stories.  Reading the description of THE WITCH OF PAINTED SORROWS, I knew that mixing a couple of my favorite genres, historical with a bit of paranormal, ghosts and witchery, I was… Read more »

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Mar 20
Features & Giveaway: Feeding the Fire by Andrea Laurence

Features & Giveaway: Feeding the Fire by Andrea Laurence

Excerpt Grant stepped out from behind the curtain to a roar of applause. The minute the lights hit him, Pepper felt her heart skip a beat in her chest like she’d been hit with paddles of a defibrillator. He was wearing a black, slim-fit suit with a black shirt and… Read more »

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Mar 19
Review:   Mirror Image by Sandra Brown

Review: Mirror Image by Sandra Brown

The crash of a Dallas-bound jet not only changed the existence  of TV reporter Avery Daniels; but altered her entire life giving her a chance to make a comeback in her career.  At first it wasn’t something Avery had planned but as the days of recuperation and surgery continued where… Read more »

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