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Category Archives: book review
A big welcome to Addison Albright as part of her release blitz with IndiGo Marketing and Design for The Recruit from JMS Books. Review The world building in this story is very detailed and well thought out. I loved how … Continue reading
A big welcome to J. Scott Coatsworth as part of his blog tour with Other Worlds Ink for The River City Chronicles, and thank you for the opportunity to review! Review I have yet to read a J. Scott Coatsworth … Continue reading
Shatterproof Bond #1 Publisher: Self Published Pages: 216 Characters: Sam/Declan POV: 3rd Sub-Genre: Series, Contemporary Blurb: One wedding, two best men, one hell of a love story! Declan Ramsay’s brother Oliver was marrying Annabelle Aiken at a fairy tale castle … Continue reading
Lancaster’s Luck #1 Publisher: Dreamspinner Press Pages: 316 Characters: Rafe Lancaster/Ned Winter POV: 1st Sub-Genre: Series, Steampunk Blurb: When Captain Rafe Lancaster is invalided out of the Britannic Imperium’s Aero Corps after crashing his aerofighter during the Second Boer War, … Continue reading
A big welcome to RJ Scott as part of her review tour with Signal Boost Promotions for The Sinner & The Saint. Review This is the first RJ Scott story I’ve read, and I really enjoyed it. Ellery Mountain is … Continue reading
A big welcome to Sarah Hadley Brook as part of her review tour with Signal Boost Promotions for A Love to Remember from JMS Books. Review A Love to Remember is a very sensitive and realistic look at life with—and … Continue reading
Heroes #3 Publisher: Self-published Pages: 192 Characters: Patrick/Simon POV: 3rd Sub-genre: Contemporary with a touch of Mystery, Series Blurb: How do you find love when someone doesn’t want you to be happy? Patrick Edwards is dealing with a double whammy. … Continue reading
A big welcome to G.R. Lyons as part of his review tour with Signal Boost Promotions for Ice on Fire. Review Although this story takes place in another world I wouldn’t class the story itself as fantasy as there were … Continue reading
Oliver & Jack #1 Publisher: Self-published Pages: 419 Characters: Oliver/Jack POV: 3rd Sub-genre: Historical, Literary Blurb: Five years after Fagin was hanged in Newgate, Oliver Twist, at the age of seventeen, is a young man of good breeding, and fine … Continue reading
Publisher: Self-published Pages: 145 Characters: Riley/Stan POV: 1st Sub-genre: Contemporary, Holiday Blurb: ’Tis the season of goodwill to all men… even the one who dumped you. Riley MacDermott is going places. Managing the annual Bath Christmas Market—which involves long hours … Continue reading