Book Review – Charlee and the Chocolate Shop by Jessica Redland @ninad_silva @JessicaRedland

I dedicate this review to my darlin cozy babe Nina (she is awesome and sweet and kind and everything I would ask in a friend. Her love for me makes me feel as if I am basking in eternal sunshine, her friendship makes me less lonely in life, and her naughtiness makes me want to … Continue reading Book Review – Charlee and the Chocolate Shop by Jessica Redland @ninad_silva @JessicaRedland

Book Review – Fractured Truth by Susan Furlong

I know a magic lamp, rub it and... You would think a genie would appear, wouldn't you? But nahh... this lamp is different; it pulls you in. Susan Furlong's book is that magical lamp which pulled me in with the first line and soon found me a cozy place to read the book... I couldn't … Continue reading Book Review – Fractured Truth by Susan Furlong

Book Review – Sherlock Holmes and the Glad Game by Matt Ferraz

With a title like this, how could I not be intrigued?! How could my interest not be piqued?! How could I not remember Benedict Cumberbatch?! Sighhhh... A story by Matt Ferraz which brought together two characters Sherlock Holmes and Pollyanna into a tale with suspense and mystery which goes in every Holmes and Watson story … Continue reading Book Review – Sherlock Holmes and the Glad Game by Matt Ferraz

Book Review – Shadow Eyes by Dusty Crabtree

17 year old Iris Kohl could see light beings and shadows since her 14th birthday. Enter a teacher Mr Delaney and a classmate Kyra and the shadows seemed to disappear. My first book by Dusty Crabtree saw me extremely excited with the blurb. I loved the fact that the synopsis promised me that Iris would … Continue reading Book Review – Shadow Eyes by Dusty Crabtree

Book Review – Too Close by Natalie Daniels

What can I say about this book which caused my head to spin, my brain to rattle in my skull trying to figure out what I feel?!! The story of Connie was a total mind fuck. I felt sad at her betrayal, shocked at her actions and absolute anger, burning hot lava spewing out of … Continue reading Book Review – Too Close by Natalie Daniels

Book Review – Hidden Secrets by Jannine Gallant

This was one of my fun, cute mystery reads, a romantic suspense, you could say. It was a nice diversion between the intense thrillers and not so intense books. Jannine Gallant writes this genre fabulously. There is a cosiness to the entire book, a special warmth between friends and different characters of the book. But … Continue reading Book Review – Hidden Secrets by Jannine Gallant

Book Review – Braidy von Althuis by Cassidy Dwelis

I read all the 3 books together back to back in half a day, so I thought I should review them together. Children's books suitable for ages 8 - 11 years. All the 3 are the stories involving Braidy von Althuis and his family. They sure are a bunch of weirdos with Braidy and his … Continue reading Book Review – Braidy von Althuis by Cassidy Dwelis

Book Review – The Healer by Leslie Georgeson

The background: The Dregs are the soldiers, captured in childhood, experimented, mutated, injected with more animal DNA than human, then sent to war fronts but when injured, they are to be killed by the General. But 9 Dregs escape and are in hiding with a huge bounty on their heads. Gordon, the nicest of them … Continue reading Book Review – The Healer by Leslie Georgeson

Book Review – The Fox, The Dog, and the King by Matt Doyle

Another mystery/thriller which kept me enthralled till 3am... I gotta stop the midnight reads... But this book was such a lure. A truly fabulous read, it required my entire concentration to read through the mystery surrounding the 2 cases which were interconnected yet different from each other. As the title says it starts with a … Continue reading Book Review – The Fox, The Dog, and the King by Matt Doyle

Book Review – Addict by Matt Doyle

What a fabulous sci-fi thriller with a murder mystery to boot. Color me happy if you will. This book warmed the cockles of my heart, I haven't been able to let go of my kindle. I am diving into book 2 as soon as finish this review. I like reading different books, different genres, mixing … Continue reading Book Review – Addict by Matt Doyle

Book Review – For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt

I loved this book, it kept me glued to my chair with Kindle in my hand, barely giving me time to think or even take a deep breath. It was a complete enthralling ride!! When crime hits their family, the lawyer couple, Nat and Will, starting with Nat, end up doing something which was to … Continue reading Book Review – For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt

Book Review – The Fighter by Leslie Georgeson

The background: The Dregs are the soldiers, captured in childhood, experimented, mutated, injected with more animal DNA than human, then sent to war fronts but when injured, they are to be killed by the General. But 9 Dregs escape and are in hiding with a huge bounty on their heads. Gordon, the nicest of them … Continue reading Book Review – The Fighter by Leslie Georgeson

Book Review – Aggravated Momentum by Didi Oviatt

This book has been making rounds for a long time and when I got the opportunity to buy it, well, I did!! The book started with a great prologue, a murder scene: a girl killed by her lover - this intrigued me, my heart rate jumped higher. I love a good whodunit, don't I? The … Continue reading Book Review – Aggravated Momentum by Didi Oviatt

Book Review – Keep Her Close by Erik Therme

This was one of the most twisted fantasies that I have ever read. Whaaaat... where... how... do I say it is fantasy when the cover looks like the psychological thriller? Yes, it was a thriller, but it was the most fantastical one that I have ever read, and believe me, I've read many. And not … Continue reading Book Review – Keep Her Close by Erik Therme

Book Review – Last Lullaby by Carol Wyer

What can I say about this author that has already not been said?!! Fabulous! Fabulous! Simply fabulous!! I am going through some health issues, and I wanted to read a book which would keep me captivated, my brain engrossed, and switched away from real life. What better than a Carol Wyer book to take me … Continue reading Book Review – Last Lullaby by Carol Wyer

Book Review – Broken Heart Attack by James J Cudney @jamescudney4

Today I've got to share my views about that busybody Kellan Ayrwick and his creator James J Cudney (the fourth) (He calls himself secret prince of the hidden land of This is my Truth Now! What sheer arrogance!!) Kellan Ayrwick dropped into the Braxton Campus in book 1, thanks to his father, the ex-President of … Continue reading Book Review – Broken Heart Attack by James J Cudney @jamescudney4

Book Review – The Kooky Kids’ Club by Robbie Yates @robbie_b_yates

The cutest book which had me feeling the most vulnerable when the scenes from the story clashed with the scenes from the past. School days are not something I visit so frequently, but Robbie Yates' book had me imagining myself right in the middle of Maxine and the Kooky Kids. They were so rad! Maxine … Continue reading Book Review – The Kooky Kids’ Club by Robbie Yates @robbie_b_yates

Book Review – Go home, Afton by Brent Jones @AuthorBrentJ

I have been hearing good things about the Author Brent Jones and his serial thriller book Afton Morrison series . So when I got the opportunity to buy this book, I took it on and read through it in a single sitting. I like vengeance being wrecked on a man when he shatters the life … Continue reading Book Review – Go home, Afton by Brent Jones @AuthorBrentJ

Book Review – Overruled by Brittney Joy

This book was such a pleasant surprise. It started slowly, building my mind and fortifying it to the rush of the oncoming onslaught of adrenaline brought on by the magic wielded by the characters. There was a definite longing in my veins to read the book and get immersed in the lives of the characters. … Continue reading Book Review – Overruled by Brittney Joy

Book Review – Clarissa’s Warning by Isobel Blackthorn

This was a very slow paced tale where everything was described in detail. The story had Claire winning the lottery and buying the ruins in an island, going about to renovate them with workers who were weirdly reluctant. And then strange things started happening to the workers which then moved on to her, reminding her … Continue reading Book Review – Clarissa’s Warning by Isobel Blackthorn

Book Review – In the Shadow of the House of God by Jeffrey G. Roberts

The book started with a bang with a conversation between God and Satan regarding religion and humanity. They place a wager; 4 people would be brought from the different corners of the Earth and made to spend time together in a place of God's creation. Devil supposed they would kill each other, God believed in … Continue reading Book Review – In the Shadow of the House of God by Jeffrey G. Roberts

Book Review – Kyle Harrison Movie Star by Robertson Tait

A light fluffy read in between my thrillers, I read this book in an hour. The entire story was about a young Scottish man's rise from a relatively unknown life to the fame of Hollywood. Kyle was discovered by a director before a screen test, upgraded from economy to a business class on the flight, … Continue reading Book Review – Kyle Harrison Movie Star by Robertson Tait

Book Review – The Escape Room by Megan Goldin

This was seriously good reading. I first saw the review on Ludwig's blog, and the entire concept fascinated me from the get go. Then Brittany came up with a brilliant plan to buddy read with me... Well that was the perfect push for me to read the book ASAP. I enjoyed my discussions with her … Continue reading Book Review – The Escape Room by Megan Goldin

Interview – Author B R Maycock

I got the opportunity to grill...err interview our very own blogger turned author or is it author turned blogger Bernadette a.k.a Bernie. And she is as delightful as her book. Read her answers.. They are filled with a joie de vivre which made me smile right through.. 1) Tell me something about yourself. Who is … Continue reading Interview – Author B R Maycock

Book Review – Snowday by B R Maycock

When I came to know that Bernadette a.k.a Bernie to her friends had come out with a new book, I was most excited. I hurried post haste and downloaded her book. Thank God for Kindle Unlimited. Bernadette writes fabulous book reviews. Do check out her blog too an of course, READ HER BOOK!! This was … Continue reading Book Review – Snowday by B R Maycock

Book Review – The Side Job by Don Lubov

I am not the target audience for this read. This book tells a simplistic story of Maggie's life from being pregnant at 17 with no job prospectus to becoming a hit man for the mob. At 110 pages, this is a fast read where the author Don Lubov has written the story in a straightforward … Continue reading Book Review – The Side Job by Don Lubov

Book Review – Initiated to Kill by Sharlene Almond

The blurb promised me a connection between Jack the Ripper and the new 2010 serial killer who roamed the streets of Seville, Spain, each belonging to the powerful organization of the Freemasons. My first book by Sharlene Almond, the story had me delving into the pages to get to the good parts of this mystery … Continue reading Book Review – Initiated to Kill by Sharlene Almond