Mystery, Review, Young Adult

The Assassin Game by Kirsty McKay

This is one of those books that has an intriguing premise, but just doesn't quite follow through. I picked it up expecting something similar to the classic YA horror of the R.L. Stine and Christopher Pike books that I read as a teenager. It was a good attempt that fell short for me. The story… Continue reading The Assassin Game by Kirsty McKay

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Review, Romance

Unchained Melody by Cynthia Roberts

Unchained Melody is a short, sweet book about two people who seem destined to communicate no better than teenagers. They have an instant attraction when they meet in a restaurant. Immediately, he is called away and she watches as his car is involved in a horrific accident. Unable to stop herself, she rescues him, putting herself in… Continue reading Unchained Melody by Cynthia Roberts

Contemporary, Review, Romance

Crashed: Siren’s Call by Kerri Ann

As the title 'Crashed' implies, this is not an easy read and deals with the aftermath of the first book in this phenomenal series. It has moments of beauty, pain, anger, regret, and caused me a lot of frustration. After finishing Casper's Ghost, I was dying to get my hands on this one. The wait… Continue reading Crashed: Siren’s Call by Kerri Ann

Fantasy, Review, Science Fiction

Traveller Inceptio by Rob Shackleford

This is a very long book and I was surprised by my willingness to stay with it. Of course, this means it is a very good story. Although they are somewhat entwined, there are three threads woven through this futuristic tale. Here futuristic doesn't mean an earth beyond recognition, but it does mean time travel.… Continue reading Traveller Inceptio by Rob Shackleford