An Interview with Author Kendra Saunders

Welcome all! Today I’m very lucky to be interviewing the lovely and talented Kendra Saunders, author of Death and Mr. Right, Inanimate Objects, and Overlapping Visions. Her work is also featured in Holiday Magick: 20 Holiday Stories with a Twist, and The Stroke of Midnight. Hi Kendra, thank you for agreeing to this interview. Tell […]

Book Review: Behind The Wheel and Other Stories, By Erin Thorne

** spoiler alert ** Behind The Wheel: And Other Stories, by Erin Thorne is a dark fantasy book filled with short stories that will keep you up all night. I bought this book at an Author Event/Reading at the Palmer Public Library. When Author Erin Thorne read this book at the event I knew I […]

Book Review: Playing With Her Heart, By Lauren Blakely

** spoiler alert ** Playing With Her Heart, by Lauren Blakely was a thrilling read. I was lucky enough to win this book after participating in a Twitter party for the release of Lauren Blakely’s new book Far Too Tempting. Jill is an under study for the Broadway Show “Crash The Moon”. She has a […]

Book Review: Rise of the Deva’shi: A Chronicle of Parthalan, by Jennifer Allis Provost

Rise of the Deva’shi is an epic fantasy romance written by Jennifer Allis Provost. I thoroughly enjoyed this story, from page one to last, and really hope that this isn’t the end of the Chronicles of Parthalan. I am really interested in hearing the next story! The released story before this is “Heir to the […]

Book Review: Copper Girl, By Jennifer Allis Provost

I was lucky enough to get an advanced release copy of this book and let me tell you, I REALLY enjoyed this story! And this is coming from someone who has absolutely no interest in fantasy books. It was just that good. The story centers around a young woman named Sara. She works at an […]

Book Review: January First: A Child’s Descent into Madness and Her Father’s Struggle to Save Her, By Michael Schofield

I laughed, I cried, and I wanted to throw my book across the room at certain parts! January First is a memoir written from the perspective of a Father with a schizophrenic daughter. I felt so close to her, and her family as I read their story. It was hard for me to finish the […]

Book Review: Real Men Will, By Victoria Dahl

Real men will what? I’m still not sure… But what I am sure of, is how much I enjoyed this last book in the Donovan Brothers’ Brewery series. Beth Cantrell, owner of the White Orchid sex shop has one passion filled night with Eric Donovan, the oldest of the Donovan siblings. Only problem is, he […]

Book Review: Enemy Waters, By Justine Davis

Loved the story. The heroine is relatable, the romance comes naturally, and the suspense keeps you turning the pages. I only wish the story was longer than 224 pages, because it reads rather quick. Maggie Scott is on the run from her abusive, big-shot husband when she meets Cooper Grant, a P.I. unbeknownst to her, […]

Book Review: Bad Boys Do, By Victoria Dahl

I hated putting this book down. I must admit I’m a little bit disappointed that I finished it already. Good thing there is a part three so I can still read about this hilarious trio. This story followed Tessa’s kilt wearing brother Jaime Donovan, the wild, bad boy of the family. However, he doesn’t mean […]

Book Review: Such a Pretty Girl, By Laura Wiess

Such a Pretty Girl is a novel about a courageous 15 yr old girl who is forced to face the man who raped her after a brief 3 yr prison sentence. This man is her father, and he is coming home… She takes the burden of becoming ‘jail bait’, setting cameras up in their home […]

Book Review: Family Patterns, By Kristin Eckhardt

Family Patterns is a fictitious mystery novel about a vintage quilt restorer named Sarah, with a knack for not only piecing together quilts, but family mysteries also. Sarah’s son Jason moves his family into Sarah’s late grandfather’s Victorian house. A shroud of mystery surrounds Sarah’s grandparents. Her grandmother went missing 90 years ago, and her […]

Book Review: The Coldest Girl in Coldtown

The Coldest Girl In Coldtown is a love letter to all of Holly Black’s favorite vampire books. I purchased it at her book release party at the Odyssey Bookshop in South Hadley, MA. Not only did I have a great time at her fun event, I enjoyed this book thoroughly! This isn’t your “average” vampire […]

Book Review: A Vow For Always, by Wanda E. Brunstetter

Oh no is this the end?!!!! The Lancaster County Saga has left me with a book hangover… you know, that feeling you get when you finish a book, and it’s difficult to move on and begin a new one because you are still living in the past book’s world. Yeah, I have that. A Vow […]

Book Review: A Revelation in Autumn, by Wanda E. Brunstetter

** spoiler alert ** A Revelation in Autumn, by Wanda E. Brunstetter, is the 5th installment in the Lancaster County Saga. I’m starting to panic knowing that this saga is coming to it’s end, next book. I truly enjoy this heartwarming story. In this book, Meredith has her baby in a horse buggy, assisted by […]

Book Review: The Pieces of Summer, by Wanda E. Brunstetter

** spoiler alert ** The Pieces of Summer, by NY Times best selling author Wanda E. Brunstetter, is the fourth installment in the Lancaster County Saga. It is a fictitious Amish Christian romance, but you do not need to be either to enjoy this story. In this installment, Meredith is still reeling from the loss […]

Book Review: The Hope of Spring, by Wanda E. Brunstetter

The Hope of Spring, by Wanda E. Brunstetter is the third in the Lancaster County saga. This story is a fictitious Amish romance that follows the life of Meredith; a pregnant woman who recently became widowed and is trying to make a new life for herself and her soon-to-be-here baby. What Meredith doesn’t know is […]

Book Review: The Silence of Winter, by Wanda E. Brunstetter

The Silence of Winter, by Wanda E. Brunstetter is the second book in the Lancaster County saga. This story picks up after Goodbye to Yesterday. I was really excited to read this story after reading Goodbye to Yesterday, as it came to a sudden hault at a very high point of suspense. Meredith and her family […]

Book Review: Goodbye to Yesterday, by Wanda E. Brunstetter

Goodbye to Yesterday, by Wanda E. Brunstetter is a short but sweet Amish romance set in modern times. It is the first in the six book Lancaster County saga. If you think Amish romances are boring, you couldn’t possibly be anymore wrong. There is a reason Brunstetter is a NY Times Best Selling Author… Her […]

Book Review: Dust and Decay, by Jonathan Maberry

Dust and Decay is the second book by Jonathan Maberry in the Benny Imura adventure series. However, it does work as a stand alone, as I did not read the story before this one and was able to jump right into it. First of all, wow, what a book! I absolutely loved it! Even though […]