Recent Reviews

Still recovering from a nasty divorce from her thieving, lying ex-husband, Luce simply want to rest, recover, and recuperate in her hometown of Eureka, Arkansas. What she doesn’t expect is a run-in with — and an instant attraction to — the awkward boy she used to tutor in high school. The boy has grown up into quite a handsome, if emotionally wounded, young man.

SCI-FI/DYSTOPIAN:  In the near future, the United States as we understand it, no longer exists. The new government, the Metrics, holds its citizens hostage in a labyrinth of coercion and terror and only those who have escaped know the truth. Now, any hope of liberation lies in the hands of Bristol, Samara, Stephen, Denver, and Jude, who are now living as refugees in the UK.

The Cottage
Sarah
Winter

Owen Beaumont is transported three hundred years into the future, but can't figure out what happened and is worried he will never get back to his own time. Theodora Barebone is a house flipper who goes to Scotland and finds Wayfarer's Cottage. She knows that she can make some decent money off it, but she finds the unexpected — Owen Beaumont! Owen is stuck between purgatory 1667 and 2017.

SCI-FI:  Rumors surrounded Sienna Dukelsky leaving the academy to guide ships in — the main one being that she was devastated after Crispin Hunt was expelled. When they are unexpectedly brought together, their feelings rekindle. When her ship loses power, she is thrown into a situation she never expected.

HISTORICAL:  Elizabeth Marshfield does not have a say in who she is to marry. It's going to be Sir Charles Dempsey. When she's married, a magic is unlocked that means she possesses a magic she never knew she had. While her husband has his mistress warming his bed, Elizabeth finds solace in the company of Barnaby, who she is told is a Roma called Raven.

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