Reviews - Other

JQR
Joey
Rodriquez

SCI-FI/SUSPENSE/HISTORICAL:  A nationwide invasion leads to a nuclear blast that nearly decimates JoJo’s hometown. JoJo is an android with human parents — parents he must find before it is too late! Along with his dog, he sets out on an adventure that he hopes will reunite his family. It could possibly reunite him with old enemies as well.

TIME TRAVEL/PARANORMAL/HISTORICAL:  Time is a finicky and fragile thing, as Ella Fitzpatrick knows all too well — after falling through time from modern-day America to medieval Scotland. Knowing she has time jumped to find her one true love she is willing to do anything to be reunited with him, though part of that is running from another who hunts her.

WOMEN'S FICTION:  Drew Lancaster is ex-military, OCD and order driven. He’s sent to the small town of Sugar Maple, Tennessee, to make a film exemplifying southern perfection. Unfortunately, order is the last thing he finds. Instead he walks into a hornet’s nest of crazy citizens, a scheming mayor, feuding friends, and one very attractive mess of a baker.

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.

TIME TRAVEL:  Callum MacGregor is the only one in Crossroads who is not excited about the town harvest festival, or the total eclipse that will happen during the festivities. His plan is to avoid all the merriment entirely, until his friend and old law partner, Isaac, shows up at his office with a tale so mysterious he must figure out what it means.

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