Fantasy, Suspense

The Queen’s Poisoner by Jeff Wheeler

This is the story of Owen Kiskaddon, the youngest child of the Duke of Kiskaddon. During the last battle the Duke had participated in with his king, he had committed treason by not coming to his King’s assistance as ordered. Because of this his oldest son is executed and his youngest son is sent to… Continue reading The Queen’s Poisoner by Jeff Wheeler

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Humor, Suspense

Workman’s Complication by Rich Leder

This is a super entertaining book! It is the story of Kate McCall, who basically will only admit to being a way off-Broadway actress, never mind the dog walking or being an apartment manager for a bunch of quirky people. At this moment, she is Farina LeBleu, star of Blood Song and Dance and vampire… Continue reading Workman’s Complication by Rich Leder

Mystery, Suspense

In Broad Daylight – A Jess Harding Novel by Seth Harwood

This is a fascinating story. Jessica Harding is a FBI agent hot on the trail of a serial killer. Five years ago, she was in Anchorage, Alaska, chasing this same nightmare. It was her first time leading an investigation that contained crime scene after crime scene, and too few clues. After months, the scent grew… Continue reading In Broad Daylight – A Jess Harding Novel by Seth Harwood

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

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

Dark, Review, Suspense

Cirque: Acts 1 & 2 by Ashleigh Giannoccaro

These books really have to be reviewed together. Both are fairly short and create a perfectly written piece of art. I read each one in one sitting, unable to put them down. A huge warning for all readers out there: this series takes dark to a new level. I've read dark romance and dark suspense. This… Continue reading Cirque: Acts 1 & 2 by Ashleigh Giannoccaro

Action, Dark, Review, Romance, Suspense, Uncategorized

Project Killer by J.L. Beck

I'm honestly not sure how to describe this book. I'm not even sure how I feel about it. I read it in one sitting, so that says a lot. I was hooked from the very beginning, dying to know what the outcome would be. First off, half the story is told in flashbacks. I understand… Continue reading Project Killer by J.L. Beck

Paranormal, Review, Suspense, Young Adult

Dead by Morning by Kayla Krantz

Luna is a high school student who doesn't fit in with her classmates. She has one friend, Violet, who has been her BFF since grade school. Then there is Chance, the most popular boy in school, who attracts girls like moths to a flame. His favorite activity is stalking Luna. While Luna cannot stand him,… Continue reading Dead by Morning by Kayla Krantz

Contemporary, Review, Romance, Suspense

Mistakes of My Past by Emily James

What does one do with the biggest mistakes ever? Run. From Britain all the way to Ohio. Amber's mistake is called Tommy or perhaps, Sneaky Tommy. She was fooled by him into thinking that he cared for her, but all she really received was abuse. Amber was pleased when Tommy exhibited so much warmth and… Continue reading Mistakes of My Past by Emily James