Recent Reviews

Guiding Gaia
Tish
Thawer

The world is in danger. The goddess Gaia has been reborn as a teenager and is tasked with determining whether or not the world is worth saving. Demi must act as her guardian and guide and protect her while Gaia struggles with hormonal mood swings and new discoveries about what the world has become.

Lady Theodosia Cavendish has learned a dirty secret about her father and some other men of the ton. They are deeply embedded in the slave trade in the Americas. Finding this abhorrent, she makes it her life’s mission to fight this injustice—but there is only so much a woman can do in the year 1818.

Crimson at Cape May
Randy
Overbeck

After Darrell Henshaw wrongfully loses his job as a teacher and football coach—also causing him to lose his girlfriend—he runs to Cape May to coach football camp for the summer of 1999. However, Darrell is unable to escape all of his troubles in Cape May. He is “sensitive”—he can see ghosts, and a mysterious female ghost in a white dress asks him for his help.

Kingdom of Shadows and Dust
Sherry D.
Ficklin

Ava, Princess of Ankara is expected to spend her life voiceless and submissive, like all of the other women of Ankara. But Ava longs for more. She runs off to war with her good friend Bridger. During her adventurous travels, Ava finds herself torn between two men: the Turnskin Callan and King Aldin of Taurel.

Something Old
Rebecca
Connolly

Thomas Granger made a serious error. He married for money. Oh, he definitely loved the woman he married, she was everything he ever wanted, but he never actually asked for her hand until a bad gamble in business left him destitute and desperately needing her sizable dowry to pull himself out of debt.

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