Review -Children of Swan:The Land of Taron 1

  Synopsis: It seems that nothing could be worse than waking up one morning to find their parents have disappeared and their young brother Bo bawling his eyes out, but for Jack and Brianna, the squabbling teenage sibling rivals, the worst is yet to come.Much to the bafflement and distress of their children, Marcus and Zelda…

Review – Goodbye Bombay by Gry Finsnes

  Synopsis: Bombay in 1980, India’s business centre, was a swirl of parties mixing all religions and nationalities. The Norwegian lawyer Christine is married but falls in love with the good-looking Parsee Zarin. They meet in a houseboat in Srinagar and declare their love in the Mogul gardens, but this is just the beginning of a…

Review – Cold November Rain by Nicole Warren

  Synopsis:After being widowed, Charlotte moved on quickly—and suffered dire consequences as a result. By shutting herself off from the world, she fights to hide from the past, all the while fearing that danger could still lurk in the present. Before long, however, Charlotte is forced out of her cocoon and soon falls into the…

Review – Ironheart: The Primal Deception by Dakota Kemp

  Synopsis: For Jack Booker, an orphan from the cutthroat streets of Victorian, life is about survival. The squabbles of the imperial aristocracy are of no importance to him; neither does he concern himself with the machinations of the empire’s gods, the Primals, who rule humanity with indifferent disdain. Power plots amongst the mighty mean little…

Review – Monarchs and Mendicants by Dan Groat

  Synopsis: Beware of a man who has nothing to lose.A Navy Seal suffering from PTSD and a painful past returns to St. Louis from Afghanistan and loses everything. Homeless, he wants only to find work and be left alone, but he is drawn into a group of street people who are being hunted by a…

Review – I Heart Geeks edited by Susan Renee Page

  Synopsis: “I ❤ Geeks” is a celebration of all those wonderful, attractive, and brainy geek guys and gals we love! Cat-ch Me If You Can, Batman by Stephanie Kayne Attending her first con as Catwoman, Julie Ward decides to embrace her inner Catwoman and sink her claws into a charmingly dimpled Batman but not all…

Review -Shock Collar by Darren Van Gramberg

  Synopsis: The repercussions of a confrontation has led David to enter the world of Manrazor—a juvenile prison housing London’s most delinquent youths. After discovering a horrible truth revolving Lucy, the psychological expansion begins to weigh in on David and reap out its true form. Establishing a bleak future with the violence head on, David looks…

Review: Where Lemons Bloom by Blair McDowell

  Synopsis: When Eve Anderson meets Adamo de Leone on a ship bound for Europe, she has no idea of the dark secret that will endanger both their lives. She accompanies him to his home on Italy’s Amalfi Coast to open an inn left to him by his grandfather. But then she learns he spent five…

Review – Rae of Hope (The Chronicles of Kerrigan Book 1) by W.J. May

  Synopsis: Fifteen year-old Rae Kerrigan never really knew her family’s history. Her mother and father died when she was young and it is only when she accepts a scholarship to the prestigious Guilder Boarding School in England that a mysterious family secret is revealed. Will the sins of the father be the sins of the…

Review – Trauma Baby by Darren Van Gramberg

Synopsis: Being born with a bleeding disorder doesn’t implant caution on a boy like David—no, it causes a psychological expansion on an already erratic young mind.David’s seen his fair share of hurt, in and around the darker side of London.Whether it come from the troublesome schoolgirls or the rampant schoolboys, David knows how to play the…

Review – Sugar & Other Luxuries by Everly Scott

Synopsis: Katherine,  a recovering perfectionist,  hasn’t been on a date in five years, finding love (especially at the gym) is harder than she thought. Faced with beginning her twenty-sixth year of life insecure and living in the home of Hollywood where men and women either ignore or insult her curvy existence, Katherine decides to go outside…