Recent Reviews

At What Cost, Silence?
Karen Lynne

HISTORICAL: It’s 1849 and Adrien Villere lives in Washington, Texas, on a tobacco plantation with his family and their slaves. Adrien knew his slaves are free, even though everywhere else they were indentured vassals. Adrien must keep it a secret that the serfs that work on the family farm are independent, but he must keep up the front that they serve his family.

A Perfect Heresy

SCIENCE FICTION: Koi is an outsider, separated from the Citizens by a wall created to keep those who were perfect in, and the others out. Tired of being oppressed, the outsiders rebelled. Now the Great War has ended and the voice is dead, the once prosperous city has fallen, leaving behind fear and desperation.

Until Death

PARANORMAL: Hope Hendricks is a recently widowed radiographer who has moved to a small town where her cousin lives to make a fresh start. The house she has rented is dated, cold, and empty. She is still grieving, trying to come to terms with her husband's suicide, and the mess hes left behind. Her loneliness is all-consuming.

Take a Chance
Heather B.

Lane Prosper is alone on graduation day and finds himself in the campus music hall listening to a determined pianist practice her piece. Before he realizes it, she approaches him and invites him to watch her perform at the upcoming concert. Unfortunately, Lane is heading home to Texas. He’s ready to find the career of his dreams.

Lyon at the Altar

HISTORICAL: Anna Toussaint meets Frank Webb, heir to a viscountcy, when her mother becomes his governess to teach him the French language. Frank insists that Anna learn with him. Young love blossoms as the two teens grow closer until scandal erupts. Two years later, Frank is a viscount.