Eyes Like Mine by Sheena Kamal

My review The story goes something like this, a phone call about a missing child, who has eyes like the protagonist, Nora. And that starts the ball rolling with the past and present clashing up with Nora right in the middle of it.  The author, Sheena Kamal has walked the off-beaten path where main character … Continue reading Eyes Like Mine by Sheena Kamal

Virtual Heaven by Taylor Kole

My review Oh, what a fantastic sci-fi thriller! I absolutely did not expect this book to be so well drafted with an easy-to-understand writing style.  I started this book with trepidation as a lot of sci-fi thrillers, that I have read in the recent past, had neither sci-fi nor thriller. But this book surpassed all my … Continue reading Virtual Heaven by Taylor Kole

Losing Leah by Sue Welfare 

My review The storyline was great; Chris and Leah stopped to have a cup of coffee on their way to their country home. When Chris returned with coffee, Leah seemed to have disappeared. The police were called, and the investigation started which went deeper, till unexpected secrets were revealed....  I love stories like this where … Continue reading Losing Leah by Sue Welfare 

Embracing Hope by Janell Butler Wojtowicz #CoverReveal 

A new book and a new cover real...  Thanks to Shannon and author Janell Butler Wojtowicz for the opportunity to be part of this blog tour. So here I go. Presenting the cover reveal of this beautiful book Embracing Hope Embracing Hope Janell Butler Wojtowicz Genre: Christian Romance/ Clean Romance Published: November 2016 Blurb: Take … Continue reading Embracing Hope by Janell Butler Wojtowicz #CoverReveal 

Implicit: Soul Invictus by Mark Tiro

My review A beautiful spiritual book by Mark Tiro based on love and forgiveness.  The story is about the protagonist, a lawyer Maya, where one lie by her student in law school, ruins her career. In plotting revenge with a lawsuit against the student, she invites her friend to the coffee shop where a shooting … Continue reading Implicit: Soul Invictus by Mark Tiro

Follow the Snowflakes #blog tour #excerpt

As a part of promotional blog tour I present to you author Angelina Kerner and her book Follow the Snowflakes Follow the Snowflakes: A Christmas Novella Author Name: Angelina Kerner Book Title: Follow the Snowflakes: A Christmas Novella Date Published: December 15, 2017 Genre: Chick-lit/ Contemporary Romance At 28, it's bad to be single. After … Continue reading Follow the Snowflakes #blog tour #excerpt

Splintered Silence by Sarah Furlong 

My review The story is written in the background of the clan of Irish Travellers who are thought to be gypsies and are looked upon by the local people. Many have settled in America for generations and are frequently discriminated against. I liked the fact that the author explains this in the foreword. Brynn returns … Continue reading Splintered Silence by Sarah Furlong 

Forever Yours in Christmas Falls by Susan Hatler

My review The story goes thus; Morgan comes home to Christmas Falls to open a salon and finds herself co-leasing the place with her childhood crush, Dallas and sparks literally fly...  A second book in the Christmas Falls series and written by Susan Hatler, this is far better than the first book. Susan Hatler has … Continue reading Forever Yours in Christmas Falls by Susan Hatler

The Silent Children by Carol Wyer 

My review DI Robyn Carter is back with a bang along with her entire team. And what a team she has! Each one works diligently to bring the case to a close. The cohesiveness of such a team is wonderful to see. There is genuine respect and great camaraderie. The investigation is bang on, and … Continue reading The Silent Children by Carol Wyer 

Homecoming in Christmas Falls by Ciara Knight

My review 7 friends + high school + pranks + one leaves suddenly without goodbye = 8 years of no connection. Till the energy of the group, Ashley comes back to the town of Christmas Falls and sees the businesses dying out and their community centre shut off. Then begins the plan of recapturing the old magic of Christmas Falls...  The author, Ciara Knight, has written … Continue reading Homecoming in Christmas Falls by Ciara Knight

Welcome to Wishing Bridge by Ruth Logan Herne

My review With a cover like this and a title with wishing in it, do you even wonder why I read this book on a cool wintery December morning? And this book is everything which is needed to bring the warmth. Sitting in my reading nook, in a comfy armchair with tea and toast, here … Continue reading Welcome to Wishing Bridge by Ruth Logan Herne

At Wave’s End by Patricia Perry Donovan

My review A must-read book on mother daughter relationship. Faith is exasperated with her mother's naivety and innocent mind when she gets duped by scammers. But the latest was when she supposedly wins a bed-and-breakfast inn, Mermaid's Purse which is nothing like the picture depicted. Faith is at wit's end with this Mermaid's Purse at Wave's End. … Continue reading At Wave’s End by Patricia Perry Donovan