Recent Reviews

Sugar and Spice
Lisa
Swinton

School teacher Clara comes from England and dreams of becoming a writer of travel articles. When she decides to travel to Spain, she gets more than she bargains for when she meets a woman who looks just like her. The woman tells Clara she wants to go away with the man she wants to marry, but can’t due to her dance contract.

The heroine, Melisande, suffers from a severe form of narcolepsy that enables her to see and communicate with spirits, both good and evil. Together with her friends, they form a ghost hunting business where her friends video her in various locations in their hometown of Portsmouth, Virginia, while she’s in a hypnogogic state [the state of her narcolepsy that enables her to see spirits].

The Lady Flyer
Jane
Lewis

Set in Saplingville, Georgia, during the 1930’s, “The Lady Flyer” delivers a captivating tale of grit, determination, and pure stubbornness, as Lisbeth Douglas fights to make a name for herself in a profession that is dominated by men, many of whom believe women have no place around aircraft, let alone flying them. Lisbeth is different.

FANTASY:  Driven by the need to protect her people, Naime, an Ice Mage and daughter of the ruling Sultan, has to battle the current mindset of the ruling class who believe women should not hold any positions of power, and the Grand Vizier, a man whose evil and corruption knows no bounds.

Dorothy never suspected anything unusual in her family until a blood test taken during a college course reveals she couldn’t possibly be the natural daughter of the parents who raised her. Driven to find her birth family, she applies for a spot on a television program that tracks down and reunites adopted children with their birth families.

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