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Category Archives: book review
A big welcome to V.L. Locey as part of her review tour with Signal Boost Promotions for Tales of Bryant. Review I love the descriptions of New York in this collection of short stories. I thought they were very vivid, … Continue reading
A big welcome to Eli Easton as part of her review tour with Signal Boost Promotions for Family Camp. Review I loved this story. It resonated with me on so many levels, and I sat up far too late reading … Continue reading
Love Across Time #3 Publisher: Self-published, Blue Rain Press Pages: 254 Characters: Zach/Layton, Tam POV: 3rd Genre: Historical, Fantasy, Romance, Series Blurb: Soulmates across time. Two hearts that were meant to be together. In present day, Zach takes a road … Continue reading
A big welcome to Morgan Brice as part of her tour with Gay Book Promotions for The Rising. Review I got hooked on this series when I started book 1, and this addition to the series doesn’t disappoint. I loved … Continue reading
Vale Investigation #2 Publisher: Self-published Pages: 204 Characters: Bellamy Vale, Zianyon, Candice Kennedy, Melanie Ramirez POV: 1st Genre: Urban Fantasy, Mystery Detective, Series Blurb: There’s “hard to kill”—and then there’s Bellamy Vale. After narrowly preventing the destruction of Cold City, … Continue reading
A big welcome to Jim Austen as part of his review tour with Signal Boost Promotions for Murder at Oakschott Hall. Review This story is a mash-up of Murder at School by James Hilton, so uses much of that story’s … Continue reading
Deadly Curiosities #2 Publisher: Solaris Pages: 370 Characters: Cassidy, Sorren, Teag/Anthony POV: 1st Genre: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Series Blurb: BLOOD FEUD Someone very powerful is trying to destroy Sorren and everyone he cares about. That puts Cassidy, Teag and Trifles … Continue reading
Outlaw’s Legacy #3 Publisher: Beaten Track Publishing Pages: 298 Characters: Robin/Will POV: 3rd Genre: Historical, LGBTQ Blurb: He was once Robin Hood, bold outlaw of Sherwood; now he is Robin of Huntingdon, one of the most powerful earls in England. … Continue reading
A big welcome to RJ Scott and V.L. Locey as part of their review tour with Signal Boost Promotions for Hat Trick. Review I love Stan. He has such a big heart, and he tells it as he sees it. … Continue reading
Publisher: Self-published/CeeTwo Publications Pages: 79 Characters: Bryan/Cay POV: 1st – alternating Genre: Contemporary, Romance Blurb: Love isn’t a sprint, it’s a marathon. Baxter Bryan is the nerdy half of BaxCo, a start-up in Portland’s Silicon Forest creating cutting-edge high-tech toys. … Continue reading