Recent Reviews

HISTORICAL:  Fiona Robinson suffers the horrible social illness of low self-esteem, fostered by her misunderstanding of the things others say. As she seeks a husband during the Season she thinks she is about to be granted her wish when her world is flipped upside down by the Braithwaite twins.

NEW ADULT/PARANORMAL/SPORTS:  Breena is an intelligent young woman who makes a living reading tarot cards at the sorority parties at her college. But Breena doesn’t need to guess about people’s future: she can actually see it when she touches people.

FANTASY:  “Bronze Fox” is anything but an ordinary, run-of-the-mill paranormal romance story. One gets nothing of the alpha hero syndrome or the over-the-top angst readers might expect from this genre.

The Day the Words Went Away
Christina
Escamilla

COMEDY:  Peter is a loveable, funny nerd with a theory: creativity is dead; there are no original ideas left in the world.

Ladies in Waiting
Linda
Rettstatt

WOMEN'S FICTION:  Five strangers meet at the Jersey Shore expecting to be led through planned activities on a retreat meant for women over fifty. Markie, Liv, Andi and Julia all fit the age requirement. However Cee Cee, age thirty-two, worries that she will be kicked out.

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