Book Review: Perfect Fit by Kaylee Spring

Perfect Fit by Kaylee Spring Friends Mia and Penelope are out shopping for something to wear to their high school reunion. While in one fast fashion store, Penelope runs off to deal with a feminine emergency. While she’s gone, Mia grabs various items and heads to the changing room. After trying on a pair ofContinue reading “Book Review: Perfect Fit by Kaylee Spring”

Book Review: When Abe Met Lane by Marla Holt

When Abe Met Lane by Marla Holt When Abe Met Lane by Marla Holt is a romance novella that is prequel to The Other Lane, a full length romance novel. Abe is a political lobbyist trying to get the liquor laws in Kansas loosened. Lane is a barista in a coffee shop whose owner wantsContinue reading “Book Review: When Abe Met Lane by Marla Holt”

Book Review: The Augur’s View by Victoria Lehrer

The Augur’s View by Victoria Lehrer The Augur’s View by Victoria Lehrer is set in the late 2030s, four years after an event referred to as “Solar Flash” has ended the world as we know it. A totalitarian government has taken over what is now known as the “Union of the Americas of the WorldContinue reading “Book Review: The Augur’s View by Victoria Lehrer”

Book Review: The Colonel and The Bee by Patrick Canning

The Colonel and The Bee by Patrick Canning The Colonel and The Bee by Patrick Canning follows acrobat The Amazing Beatrix as she escapes an abusive traveling circus and joins Colonel James Bacchus on his hot air balloon. Originally a one night stowaway, Beatrix convinces the Colonel to let her stay aboard. She is deemedContinue reading “Book Review: The Colonel and The Bee by Patrick Canning”

Book Review: The Mistress by Danielle Steel

The Mistress by Danielle Steel The Mistress by Danielle Steel is told from the alternating points of view of Theo Luca and Natasha Leonova. Theo, son of renowned artist Lorenzo Luca, lives in the South of France creating art and occasionally helping his mother, Maylis, with a restaurant themed around his father’s art. Natasha isContinue reading “Book Review: The Mistress by Danielle Steel”

Book Review: The Hitman’s Desire by T. Steele

The Hitman’s Desire by T. Steele The Hitman’s Desire by T. Steele takes place in Detroit and follows what happens in the life of Ruby DeFrank when she suddenly finds out that her “dead” father is a mob boss. Ruby’s life is turned upside down and she has to leave everything behind. She enters aContinue reading “Book Review: The Hitman’s Desire by T. Steele”

Book Review: Terra in Bloom by Sean Davies

Terra in Bloom by Sean Davies Terra in Bloom by Sean Davies is a dystopian future novel told from varying points of view as characters travel the globe. When an object from space lands in the Atlantic and sends mysterious spores into the air, panic ensues. The people flee to “Clean Zones” that have beenContinue reading “Book Review: Terra in Bloom by Sean Davies”

Book Review: Enter at Your Own Risk by Sandra Alex

Enter at Your Own Risk by Sandra Alex Enter at Your Own Risk by Sandra Alex is a steamy romance told from the alternating points of view of Wade Ford and Kendra MacGregor. Kendra works pro bono law cases while studying to take the bar exam for the second time. Wade, with his passion forContinue reading “Book Review: Enter at Your Own Risk by Sandra Alex”

Book Review: Bitcoin Clowns by Vann Chow

Bitcoin Clowns by Vann Chow Bitcoin Clowns by Vann Chow follows programmer Jong He as he goes from starting a new position in Financial Technology (FinTech) to getting mixed up in the Chinese cryptocurrency crime scene. Attacks on big banks, the wealthy, and unknowing investors. Arrests on Chinese New Year. The return of missing family.Continue reading “Book Review: Bitcoin Clowns by Vann Chow”

Book Review: Ethan & Juliet by Marla Holt

Ethan & Juliet by Marla Holt Ethan & Juliet by Marla Holt is a second-chance romance told from the alternating points of view of Juliet Hawthorne and Ethan Harvey. Juliet is a nursing grad working at a birth centre and finishing her midwife certification. Ethan is an OB/GYN who specializes in high-risk cases and hatesContinue reading “Book Review: Ethan & Juliet by Marla Holt”