Historical, Review

In the Shadow of the Hanging Tree by Michael A. McLellan

This turned out to be a fascinating story. It starts with Henry and Eliza, newly freed from slavery at the end of the Civil War. The beginning of their freedom has a very big downside in that they have no idea how to manage it. They were released like little puppies with no idea how… Continue reading In the Shadow of the Hanging Tree by Michael A. McLellan

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Review, Thriller

A Merciful Death by Kendra Elliot

Mercy Kilpatrick is a quiet, lonely woman, her life marked by a tragic incident from her past. She was forced from home at eighteen when she became alienated from her parents by trying to protect her sister, Rose, and her brother, Levi, and spent fifteen years hiding the secret that pulled them apart. She was… Continue reading A Merciful Death by Kendra Elliot

Horror, Paranormal, Review, Suspense

Survive at Midnight by Kayla Krantz

This is an amazing book to follow after the first two. Personally, I didn't read either, but I didn't need to. This is one book that gives you all the details you need to truly enjoy it. There was plenty of back story and the history was easy to follow. While I wish I had… Continue reading Survive at Midnight by Kayla Krantz

Featured Author, Review

Featured Author: Rob Shackleford

An English-born Australian, Rob Shackleford has lived in New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, with a varied career that has included Customs Officer, Scuba Instructor, College Teacher, and management roles in too many places. With degrees in the Arts and Business, he is mad keen on travel, scuba diving, family history, martial arts, astronomy, and… Continue reading Featured Author: Rob Shackleford

Fantasy, Review

Blood Dragons by Rosemary A. Johns

I'm not a fan of vampire novels. Twilight created an influx of vampire stories and, while each is special in its own way, I've grown tired of blood-suckers. This book is completely different. It stands next to Anne Rice, all-time writer of vampire fiction, and holds its own. The story is written as a letter to the woman… Continue reading Blood Dragons by Rosemary A. Johns

Fantasy, Review, Romance

Dark Wine at Midnight by Jenna Barwin

The beings referred to as the Lux are not actually human and very few know they even exist. Their goal is to protect the human population from war and extinction by an equally hidden vampire population. Although the vampires try hard to prevent overpopulation since their food source, humans, would be depleted, there is a… Continue reading Dark Wine at Midnight by Jenna Barwin

Review, Romance

Mended: A Sweet Home Dixie Novel by Kayla Marie

Ashley Thomas is a beautiful, emotionally traumatized widow with an equally traumatized son, Emmett. By the time he is thirteen, he has decided that school and family have nothing left to offer him. He's been in trouble more than once, sent to juvie, and is on probation. At her wit's end, Ashley decides they need… Continue reading Mended: A Sweet Home Dixie Novel by Kayla Marie

Action, Review, Romance, Suspense

Forbidden: Better Wear Your Flak Jacket by F. Stone

October 2047. Eliza Ramsey is a paramedic, and although she has never been to the Republic of Islamic Provinces and Territories (RIPT), she is excited when she is asked to accompany a group of Americans traveling for Habitat for Humanity. At first, she doesn't feel comfortable waiting at Samarra's International Airport for the others to… Continue reading Forbidden: Better Wear Your Flak Jacket by F. Stone

Humor, Review, Romance

The Lucky One by Sylvie Stewart

The premise of this romance is one that all romance readers have encountered before. While the basis of it is not particularly original, the writing is witty and hilarious, making it definitely worth the read. It may not have any surprises, but the delivery is a wonderful surprise of its own. It begins with the… Continue reading The Lucky One by Sylvie Stewart