Recent Reviews

The Stone of Kings
Shea McIntosh
Ford

HISTORICAL/FANTASY:  Past and present collide in “The Stone of Kings” by Shea McIntosh Ford. Set initially in 17th- century Ireland, rambunctious, curious twelve-year-old Ardan finds himself drawn to all things fae—and that curiosity often gets him into a ton of trouble, especially with his guardian, Bresal.

Jordan Billette has achieved many milestones that her father, who passed away when she was eight years old, never got to see. By creating a special scrapbook with her Granny to document her memories, Jordan has made the most of preserving her father’s memory.

PARANORMAL/GREEK MYTHOLOGY:  Book two in the Descendant Prophecies series, Skylar Rome and Mason Grand are back in this fast-paced and action-packed sequel.

Rowena Godwinson is the last living member of the powerful Essex family.  Ordered by King William to marry Sir John of Normandy, she has misgivings about her upcoming nuptials, especially after the menacing words delivered to her by Norman guards.

Voodoo Vows: (Voodoo Vows #1)
Diana Marie
Dubois

Rose Delacroix left New Orleans when her mother disappeared, but now she’s returned to the city of her birth to discover the truth. She uncovers more than she expected and finds herself immersed in a world of magic and voodoo.

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