Recent Reviews

Joss Murphy has endured a difficult marriage, but a final, painful instance of adultery rips away her marriage and family foundation. With life in turmoil, Joss returns to Banjo Bend, Kentucky, to the homestead her grandparents used to own and the only place she felt safe. Except the old farm is now a campground, run by a reclusive and uncooperative veteran.

Danger to Others
Martha
Crites

As if witnessing a police shooting between a mentally incapacitated man and the two police officers accompanying them for a work assignment is not enough, Grace Vaccaro and her co-worker, Annie, find themselves thrown deep into a case where one of their mentally-ill patients, Laurel, is marked as the prime suspect for a murder. Talk of flying from a hot pot into the fire!

Thoroughly Captivated
Chantry
Dawes

It’s in the early nineteenth century and Captain War is busy making sure none of his men is left behind helpless as his battalion retreats from the battlefield near Erivan. Pulling them from the physical fires caused by their enemy’s cannons comes almost naturally. Mending all their scars and making his wounded men functional again is his second item in his list of priorities.

Ash: A Mythos Novel
Mark Jonathan
Runte

FANTASY: When Daniel “Dani” LaLaurie witnesses the death of his mother from cancer, he sees his father do something inexcusable. Ten years later, Daniel leaves with his sister, who also gives up her identity and becomes Jocelyn, his brother. Daniel can hide who they are with his magic because he is also a witch.

Lady Lucretia Tifton, beautiful and pregnant, is trapped in a horrible marriage to Sir Matthew Tifton. Lucretia runs away trying to escape from Matthew but is stopped by a judgmental furniture-maker, Mr. Giles Morecambe, who brings her back home. Matthew, on his deathbed, shows his hatred.

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