Review : Fired up by Anna Durand

Synopsis: Humiliated by her cheating ex, control freak Mel Thompson has resolved to avoid sex and romance. But her plans skid off the rails on her birthday, when she overindulges in champagne and tries to seduce her best friend, Adam Caras, exposing her long-repressed attraction to him. She’s determined to remain just friends, but her erotic…

Review – Curve Couture: A Beautiful Romance by H.M. Irwing

Synopsis: Claire Williams, is a modeling agent to her illustrious supermodel younger sister, Janice Williams. Scouted by an ex-supermodel and renown talent agent, Erin Robertson to join his agency as a plus-sized model, Claire is torn between needing to escape from living beneath her sister’s shadow and needing to escape her unhealthy infatuation with Erin himself….

Review: Project Bloodborn – Book 1 Wolf Man by Craig Zerf

Synopsis: Ever since the Vietnam War, on the first night of the full moon, sergeant Ded Brenner sprouted hair, grew claws and developed teeth the size of hunting knives. But he wasn’t a werewolf. He was the result of a secret US Army experiment called The Bloodborn Project. An attempt to create a government controlled…

Review: How to Break Writer’s Block Today & Where to Get Ideas by N.M. Beguesse

Synopsis: In How To Break Writer’s Block Today & Where To Get Ideas, the author provides a solution that works instantly, every time, and explains how it works. By balancing philosophical and theoretical explorations of the creativity, this book is filled with hard, practical actions to jump-start your creative instinct and start writing right now. When…

Review – My Nazi Nemesis: A World War II Novel by Rich DiSilvio

Synopsis: Jack Goodwin is a savvy CIA agent oozing with charisma, yet saddled with baggage. Haunted by a dark past for fifteen years, Jack finally reveals all to his daughter, Eleanor. As an OSS agent during the World War ll, Jack had been involved in a series of near-death engagements, from failed sorties and secret missions,…

Review – That Woman: Beating the Odds in Colonial New York by Wayne Clark

Synopsis: Kidnapped in France and brought to America as an indentured servant, a young woman takes on the brutal merchant king of New York’s East River waterfront…Illness suddenly deprives 17-year-old Sarah Da Silva and her older brother Jacob of a mother. Before Sarah has come to terms with that loss, her merchant father grows frail and…

Review – Dennis and Greer: A Love Story by Molly Gould

Synopsis: A true story that encapsulates the horrors of war and the innocence of young love. Buried in a trunk for fifty years, this long-forgotten tale, told through letters and journals from the war-torn Vietnam era, has been resurrected. College students, Dennis and Greer, met and felt a spark just before moving to different states. Their…

Review – Le Mutt: a Memoir by Eva Elle Rose

Synopsis: A true story about overcoming life’s challenges despite being born in poverty without the love, support and guidance of a mother and father. Eva demonstrates that keeping the faith, striving against the odds, and being self-reliant brings happiness and purpose to life. A story of hope for all who struggle with life. Growing up in…

Review: Stalker, My Love by Zack Scott

Synopsis: An untraditional love story where fantasy clashes with reality, and happily ever after seems like an elusive dream. Welcome to Pine Bridge, a small town rife with secrets. Personal is everyone’s business and passion is high. With the disappearance of Rosalyn Ray, tensions soar and fingers point in every direction: the boyfriend, the best friend, the mother and…

Review: Black Gold in North Dakota (Cooper Smith Book 2) by Joe Field

Synopsis: When the granddaughter of a prominent North Dakota state senator goes missing from her hometown of Williston, law enforcement has a couple leads on out-of-state roughneck oil workers – but with the holidays approaching and the trail growing cold, each day that passes decreases the chances that she will ever come home. Reporter Cooper Smith…

Review – The Heritage : A Historical Novel by D.J. Presson

Synopsis: In her stunning new novel of love and heartbreak set against the backdrop of political rebellion, author D J Presson turns her attention to 17th century England, and the story of America’s immigrant past in The Heritage. On a squalid cobblestone street in London in 1641, Nick Press happens upon a young minstrel boy lying…

Review: The Moreva of Astoreth by Roxane Bland

Synopsis: In the world-building tradition of Andre Norton, Anne McCaffrey and Ursula K. LeGuin, The Moreva of Astoreth is a blend of science fiction, romance, and adventure in a unique, richly imagined imperialistic society in which gods and science are indelibly intertwined. It is the story of the priestess, scientist, and healer Moreva Tehi, the spoiled,…