Book Review – Lies Between Us by Ronnie Turner

I ran, I walked, I ran, then I walked... I kept to the shades in the lanes... I followed silently hoping to see.... I picked it up and let it go. A love obsessed, a love fatal, I saw some and I left some... This has been my journey into Ronnie Turner's book. Some words … Continue reading Book Review – Lies Between Us by Ronnie Turner

Book Review – Bella Toscana by Nanette Littlestone #BookBlogger #AmReading

Read this book if you believe in the eternity of the soul and power of love Read this book if you love the flow of the words beating to the strange rhythm of the era past Read this book if you believe in the past lives and strength of the soul Read this book if … Continue reading Book Review – Bella Toscana by Nanette Littlestone #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – The Sisters’ Secrets – Reen by Katlyn Duncan @katlyn_duncan #BookBlogger #AmReading

The siren's song, a hidden, melody, the rushing waves, and the escaping memories - a strange lore of fantasy and family was this story of Reen. Book 2 by Katlyn Duncan told me the story of the sister Reen. A family broken apart, hurt and abandonment and distance widening the chasm, the book started with … Continue reading Book Review – The Sisters’ Secrets – Reen by Katlyn Duncan @katlyn_duncan #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – The Four Psychos by Kristy Cunning #BookBlogger #AmReading

This new year, bright shiny and cold with a resolution of trying new things, I scrolled down the blogs till a tiny sweet bird chirped out about a mutual Christopher Paolini attraction, and then said - Try this!! I was taken aback but the adventurous soul in me said - why not... So thanks to … Continue reading Book Review – The Four Psychos by Kristy Cunning #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – This Time by Azaaa Davis #BookBlogger #AmReading

The book was so much more than its blurb. It began with an enthralling dread with the main character, Nadira Holden, crawling out of her grave and then fighting off a vampire. Going back home, she had a few surprises, her father had disappeared, people had changed, magic was more prevalent, and lo and behold—demons … Continue reading Book Review – This Time by Azaaa Davis #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – Slay Bells by T. C. Wescott #BookBlogger #AmReading

A mystery = I am interested A murder mystery = I am invested A murder mystery with clues = I am itching to play the sleuth A murder mystery with clues and a revealing "this is what that happened" = now you are talking my language. And T. C. Wescott did indeed speak my language. … Continue reading Book Review – Slay Bells by T. C. Wescott #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – The Storm Girl’s Secret by Ceri Lowe #BookBlogger #AmReading

Ceri Lowe has come up with a rocking action-filled finish to the series set in a dystopian world. The last in the Paradigm Trilogy, this book needs to be read in order. This book started where the previous one left off with Alice being awakened by Carter after 80 years and finding that her adopted … Continue reading Book Review – The Storm Girl’s Secret by Ceri Lowe #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – Postcards from the Stranger

This was a light breezy read though the topic was definitely a deep one. Cara finds postcards in the trunk which opens up the proverbial can of worms. Trying to decipher and get to the bottom of her parents' marriage and what really happened decades ago causes Cara to travel to the United States and … Continue reading Book Review – Postcards from the Stranger

Book Review – October Kiss by Kristen Ethridge #BookBlogger #AmReading

Temporarily Yours Nanny becomes Permanently Yours Wife A cute love story, which was originally a Hallmark Channel movie, made its mark on my heart with its warmth. I loved the bubbles of happiness that coursed through me, while reading this book, each popping up to bring in my smile. It was that kinda book. Kristen … Continue reading Book Review – October Kiss by Kristen Ethridge #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – A Place to Lie by Rebecca Griffiths #BookBlogger #AmReading

Two sisters Joanna and Caroline and a summer of 1990. Something happened which caused the 2 sisters to fall out, and later Jo was called to identify her sister's body. Was it a suicide, if so, why? Written cleverly by Rebecca Griffiths in the dual timeliness, the present and 1990, the story slowly rolled on, … Continue reading Book Review – A Place to Lie by Rebecca Griffiths #BookBlogger #AmReading

Cover Reveal – 1st February – Bloggers needed #BookBlogger #CoverReveal #DigitalReadsBlogTours

Woohoo!! Digital Reads Blog Tours is back in 2019 with a cover reveal ... Shhh... Don't tell anyone... It is 2 cover reveals... It is the bewitching hour, the hour has struck 12 and the clock clanked 13 times... Isn't this the perfect time to announce the cover reveal of 2 HORROR books?! Join me … Continue reading Cover Reveal – 1st February – Bloggers needed #BookBlogger #CoverReveal #DigitalReadsBlogTours

Book Review – Murder With all the Trimmings by Shawn Reilly Simmons

This was a murder mystery which traversed from the case of the body in the suitcase to the body in the box. My first book by the author Shawn Reilly Simmons in the series of Red Carpet Catering with Penelope at the helm, a chef and an amateur detective. The story occured in the Vitrine … Continue reading Book Review – Murder With all the Trimmings by Shawn Reilly Simmons

Book Review – Running from Scissors by T. C. Wescott #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book 1 in the series Lacy newly shifted to this town 6 months ago, is a runner and has skirmishes with the running leader Marlene off and on. Her best friend Stax (a bookstore owner) and Ruby (a writer) soon join her and get embroiled in solving the murder of Marlene where Lacy is the … Continue reading Book Review – Running from Scissors by T. C. Wescott #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – Running from Arrows by T. C. Wescott #BookBlogger #AmReading

Happy Publication Day!! This was Book 2 in the series and it was much better the first one. The story had a smoother flow, with a completeness to the characters. They seemed to show emotions and play their tiny parts in solving the murder mystery. The story by T. C. Wescott had the 3 sleuths, … Continue reading Book Review – Running from Arrows by T. C. Wescott #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – The Smuggler by Leslie Georgeson

He was Tony the big bad broken guy who had no heart, who was left abandoned, who was broken from inside, and he reminded me of ME.... How could I not love him, how could I stop loving MYSELF?! From Book 1, I knew Tony needed someone larger than life, who had a kind heart, … Continue reading Book Review – The Smuggler by Leslie Georgeson

Book Review – The Rumor by Lesley Kara #BookBlogger #AmReading

The book is a perfect example of how a tiny spark soon can flare up into a rampant fire. Joanna hears one rumor at the school gates that Sally McGowan, who killed a 5 year old boy when she was a kid of 10, has come to stay in her small town. To make friends … Continue reading Book Review – The Rumor by Lesley Kara #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – The Sisters’ Secrets: Rose by Katlyn Duncan @katlyn_duncan #BookBlogger #AmReading

This was one of my most different but wonderful reads. The book was a cacophony of different voices luring me on even when the book was from Rose's POV. There was a hidden song which was being played in the entire book; a lost melody of hidden secrets and past life. The book was the … Continue reading Book Review – The Sisters’ Secrets: Rose by Katlyn Duncan @katlyn_duncan #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – LV48 by Matt Doyle #BookBlogger #AmReading

Caz, my favorite P.I. is back along with her metal gargoyle Bert her artificial intelligence with another blasting case where she joins the police department to assist them after being mugged. The story excited me and kept me on my toes to begin with. I loved the various intricacies of the plot. There was a … Continue reading Book Review – LV48 by Matt Doyle #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – The Memory by Lucy Dawson #BookBlogger #AmReading

The book was a difficult going to begin with, but thanks to the encouragement of friends, I pulled it back up and got to it. To my amazement, the book bewitched me back into it - zip zap zoom. And I was flying with the pages, I didn't ever want to stop reading it till … Continue reading Book Review – The Memory by Lucy Dawson #BookBlogger #AmReading

Book Review – Waypoint by Deborah Adams & Kimberley Perkins #BookBlogger #AmReading

Happy 2019 to one & all This book is a bullet... It starts with a bang, travels at the speed of light and doesn't stop till it reaches the target. 2 brother + 2 girls + 1 Nano = travel 500 miles to Waypoint to restore power to the world. An adventurous thriller like no … Continue reading Book Review – Waypoint by Deborah Adams & Kimberley Perkins #BookBlogger #AmReading