Recent Reviews

Lying for a Living

Jesse Few has made lying for a living into an art form. The insincere, quintessential traveling salesman continues letting the people in his life down, from his ex-wife and two teenage children to his creditors and coworkers—ones he dutifully lays off to appease his manager in the wake of a recession ravaging the southern United States, including his hometown of Dwyer, Georgia.

HISTORICAL:  When Roy rescues seventeen-year-old Hattie Arnsby from a hard life with her drunken father, the young girl believes she is destined to become a happy bride. Her own addiction to alcohol makes her an easy target for the evil man, whose true plan is to sell her to the Red Garter, a brothel in Keystone, South Dakota.

Haley David is swimming for her life at the beginning of this adventurous paranormal romance. The attractive art forger finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time when she bears witness to her mobster boss murdering his accountant.

A Serenade to Die For
Janet Fogg,
David Jackson

Isbel Vargas and her band are on the cusp of a career of a lifetime when her petty criminal father is kidnapped and the ransom is something only she can provide. Ditching her bandmates in favor of her father, she and her ex-boyfriend, Cane “Hurricane” Mullins race to save her father before the kidnapper kills him. But the kidnapper isn’t the only one who wants something she has.

Mary T.

WESTERN:  Ahyoka is the much beloved daughter of a Cherokee White Chief. Ever since her mother died he’s done everything in his power to keep her safe and protected, but as Ahyoka grows she starts to chafe at the restrictions placed on her.