Recent Reviews

Shae, diagnosed at age fourteen with an incurable disease, is now a wild, young-adult social media star traveling the world to fulfill her bucket list before she dies. Her entourage of travel-companion friends stay quiet about her condition, knowing that Shae keeps busy to avoid any chance of long-term romance.

The Drowned Girl
Anna D
Allen
It’s 1874 and Mr. James Kent, Assistant surgeon to the St. Luke’s College Hospital morgue, is summoned in place of his ill superior to meet with the notorious Coroner of the Queen’s Household, Sir Walter Summerfield. The body of a girl has been discovered in the Thames near Windsor, and the coroner requires a surgeon for the examination. To Mr.

Hester is struggling financially so she takes a job as cleaning woman for Cecil Payton, despite rumors that it’s nearly impossible to keep a job with him. Cecil is a harsh taskmaster, and his niece and nephew are reprobates. Still, she is desperate and soon meets the mysterious man himself.  Before long, she finds herself promoted, or demoted, to governess of the heathen children.

Italian opera singer Giada Fioricelo is excited to be cast as the female lead singer in the production of “The Magic Flute” at the Sydney Opera House. Soon afterward, she will marry Marco, a man of patience, good looks, and great wealth. If only her mother, also her opera career manager, would allow her some freedom to enjoy her visit down under.

The Devil’s Laird
Brenda
Jernigan

Lady Siena Bertram is so tired of her brother, Fidach, beating her that she doesn’t care if she lives or dies. When Ficach condemns her to die for being a witch, she kills him. The rope is placed around her neck and the chair kicked out from under her, making Siena lose consciousness. On a hilltop overlooking the strange happenings, Laird Roderick Scott sees the execution taking place.

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