Book Review: Jacquie Biggar’s TEMPTED BY MR. WRONG

How can something so wrong, feel so right? Falling for her step-brother is a mistake T.J. doesn't want to repeat, but one look into those sapphire blue eyes and she's ready to give Jason whatever he wants. Tammy-Jo Hawthorne's marriage was floundering, but she never expected her husband to make her the laughing stock of … Continue reading Book Review: Jacquie Biggar’s TEMPTED BY MR. WRONG

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Book Review: C. S. Boyack’s THE PLAYGROUND

The hottest new toys of the Christmas season are the Playground Network dolls. They contain a worldwide social network for children. Except the network is controlled by a ruthless businessman with dreams of power. To reach his goals he turns to the occult. Will our children make up his personal army? Could we have an … Continue reading Book Review: C. S. Boyack’s THE PLAYGROUND

Book Review: Sue Coletta’s FRACTURED LIVES

Three couples, the perfect Maine vacation, and a fateful night that lands one of the women in mortal danger. Couples are going missing in Sunset Cove at Long Lake, and the authorities seem more concerned with not tarnishing the reputation of their popular tourist destination. Until ... while out for a spin on her wave … Continue reading Book Review: Sue Coletta’s FRACTURED LIVES

Book Review: Sue Coletta’s BLESSED MAYHEM

A chance encounter …a deadly predicament …a lethal decision. The infamous Mr. Mayhem is not your average serial killer. Reminiscent of the beloved Hannibal Lecter, minus his thirst for flesh—because eating humans is just plain rude—Mr. Mayhem storms on the scene with style, grace, elegance, and a zest for life unlike any other. Impeccable manners … Continue reading Book Review: Sue Coletta’s BLESSED MAYHEM

Book Review: Hacked by Sue Coletta

Shawnee Daniels wrongly assumes she’s being punished for innocently hacking the Police Chief’s photos. Okay, maybe not-so-innocently, but someone had to expose him for the dog that he is. When she arrives at the mandatory computer seminar, the FBI enlists her help in stopping a serial killer who’s remotely hacking vehicles while the owners are … Continue reading Book Review: Hacked by Sue Coletta

Book Review: The Enhanced League by Author C. S. Boyack

The Enhanced League is a collection of short stories and anthems centered around a year in a fictional baseball league. It has a slight science fiction background. This league has a lot more pomp than you might be used to, and nobody seems to care if the players use performance enhancing drugs. Stories involve existing … Continue reading Book Review: The Enhanced League by Author C. S. Boyack

Book Review: That Darkest Place

In Book 3 of her popular Riverbend series, Marcia Meara, author of Wake-Robin Ridge, A Boy Named Rabbit,and Harbinger, takes another look at the lives of the Painter brothers—Jackson, Forrest, and Hunter. While Hunter is home again and on the mend, the same isn’t true for his oldest brother. Jackson’s battle has just begun. “There are dark places in … Continue reading Book Review: That Darkest Place

Book Review: Finding Hunter by Marcia Meara

In Book 2 of the Riverbend Series, Marcia Meara, author of Wake-Robin Ridge, A Boy Named Rabbit, and Harbinger, takes a look at the devastating effects of a family torn apart by a horrific tragedy, pitting brother against brother, and focusing on battling PTSD with the redemptive power of unwavering love and support. Before, I … Continue reading Book Review: Finding Hunter by Marcia Meara

Book Review: Swamp Ghosts by Marcia Meara

Marcia Meara, author of the popular Wake-Robin Ridge books, sets her second series in the sleepy little town of Riverbend, Florida, where the hungry creatures swimming in the dark waters of the St. Johns River aren’t nearly as dangerous as those walking along the quiet neighborhood streets. Wildlife photographer Gunnar Wolfe looked like the kind … Continue reading Book Review: Swamp Ghosts by Marcia Meara

Reviewing A Desolate Hour by Mae Clair

Writers are an interesting bunch. If we consider ourselves as individual companies, then technically other writers would be our competition. But we don't think that way. We think of ourselves as a community, and as such, we share tips and tricks, and we support each other. One of the ways we do that is by … Continue reading Reviewing A Desolate Hour by Mae Clair