Recent Reviews

Duke of Misfortune
Whitney
Blake

Lord Emilian “Lee” Valencourt has a secret; to everyone who knows him, he is the actor Gordon Judd. Lee’s family eventually finds out, so he is sent into the army. When Lee comes home because of a throat injury, he’s unable to act anymore. He tries to find other work but is unable to. The best course of action is to ask his brother, the Duke of Welburn, for money, but the Duke is in debt.

SATIRE:  Six college friends Harry, Justin, Trent, Clarence, Courtney and Ling-Ling spend the last blissful weekend together-filled with drugs, alcohol and sex before facing the real world. Friends with benefits, Harry and Courtney continue on with their physical intimacy, attempting to reach a true relationship while Ling-Ling and Justin’s relationship never takes off.

He is Watching
Denise
Carbo

Julie Roy has a stalker who makes it clear that he is still actively stalking her. Pictures of the inside of Julie’s apartment finally push her over the edge, and she leaves town, terrified of being found no matter where she goes. After withdrawals of cash to avoid being traced, Julie drives to a small town in Vermont.

The Lighthouse
Jessie
Newton

WOMEN'S FICTION:  Robin Grover is the last of the Seafaring Girls to live on Diamond Island. She is heartbroken over the loss of Joel Shields, the husband of their adventure group leader, Kristen. Robin decides to call for the support of her childhood friends, Alice, Kelly, Eloise, and AJ, in hopes they will all return to Diamond Island for Kristen’s sake.

“The Intrigues of Jennie Lee: A Novel” is a story of a formidable young woman who is an elected member of Parliament of the United Kingdom. She earns her voice by a superior speech against Winston Churchill, only to earn his admiration for her abilities.

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