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Book Review: Burning by Danielle Rollins

Book Review: Burning by Danielle Rollins

Burning by Danielle Rollins takes place in the Brunesfield Correctional Facility, which houses dangerous girls who aren’t sentenced to prison. Angela Davis is one of those girls, except she’s scheduled to get out in three months. Until Brunesfield receives a new occupant. One with strange and deadly abilities. The race is on to see if Angela […]

Book Review: Released (The Eternal Balance) by Jus Accardo

Book Review: Released (The Eternal Balance) by Jus Accardo

He’ll move Heaven and Hell to keep her safe… Released is the conclusion to Jus Accardo’s Eternal Balance trilogy. The story picks up on the heels of the second book, with Jax’s body taken completely over by his demon, Azirak. With the help of Jax’s girlfriend Samantha, Jax must finish the job he and Sam started to ensure […]

Blog Tour: Talon (The Uncompromising Series) by Sybil Bartel

Blog Tour: Talon (The Uncompromising Series) by Sybil Bartel

Review Sybil Bartel’s Talon is the first novel in the spin-off to her popular Unchecked Series. In the novel, we learn more about Blaze’s Marine buddy, Talon, whom we first meet in Impossible Promise. In the Unchecked Series Talon is the handsome, charismatic surfer who charms Layla much to Blaze’s chagrin. Through his relationship with Blaze and Layla, readers discover Talon has many […]

Blog Tour: Evanescent by Gabriella Lepore

Blog Tour: Evanescent by Gabriella Lepore

Review Evanescent was a pretty cute book that centers around Bronwen Snow, who is pulled from her cottage in the middle of the night and thrust into a supernatural mystery. Bronwen seeks the help of three mysterious boys whom her grandmother insists can help Bronwen with her problem. Though Bronwen can’t fathom how three boys can […]

Book Review: The Passenger by Lisa Lutz

Book Review: The Passenger by Lisa Lutz

Lisa Lutz’s The Passenger is a twisty, suspenseful, crime story told from the protagonist’s point of view. Tanya Dubois is running from the police. Accused of murdering her husband, instead of explaining what happened Tanya took off because she’s not what she seems. Tanya has a secret. Uncovering Tanya’s secret was pretty fun, as the mystery unfolded […]

Blog Tour: Descended (The Red Blindfold) by Rose Devereux

Blog Tour: Descended (The Red Blindfold) by Rose Devereux

Review The first book in Rose Devereux’s Red Blindfold series, Descended, Book 1, is highly addictive. Once I started it, I found myself reading it in the middle of the night until I finished it. Both Sophie and Marc are very complex characters, and their relationship attracted me more than the erotica within. Sophie Quinn is an American journalist in […]

Blog Tour: Counsellor (Acquisition Series) by Celia Aaron

Blog Tour: Counsellor (Acquisition Series) by Celia Aaron

Review Counsellor is the first book in author Celia Aaron’s Acquisition series, which centers around a rich family vying for control of Louisiana. To gain control they must succeed to the position of power, or suffer the consequences. As the first son, District Attorney Sinclair Vinemont has been chosen to represent his family in the Acquisition, a series […]

Book Review: Try Not to Breathe by Holly Seddon

Book Review: Try Not to Breathe by Holly Seddon

Holly Sheldon’s Try Not to Breathe is the first book I’ve read for the 2016 Reading England challenge, as this mystery, suspense story takes place largely in Kent. The story centers around journalist Alex Dale’s quest to solve the cold case of coma patient Amy Stevenson. When Amy was fifteen, she was abducted, strangled, beaten, and left […]

Book Review: Surrender at the Border by Risa Leigh

Book Review: Surrender at the Border by Risa Leigh

Risa Leigh’s Surrender at the Border is a gripping, romantic suspense story. ATF agent B.J. Carleton is out to stop guns from being taken over the border into Mexico when he meets librarian Callie Snowden. The agent needs her help when the trail leads him to the computers at the public library, and may be the only […]