Recent Reviews

Tuesday Nights
Linda Rae
Sande

Michael Cunningham knows the only way to save his family from eventual ruin is to make his own way - in trade.  Luckily he is very good at it and, with his business partner, is set to achieve a secure life for himself.  The only nagging question is what to do about a wife.  Although he has no desire to marry, his mother has extracted a promise that it will be accomplished by his 28th birthday -

Castles, Customs and Kings
Edited by Debra Brown
M.M. Bennetts

“Castles, Customs, and Kings” is not one story but a compilation of numerous essays and stories of the real people that made up the rich tapestry that is the history of Great Britain.  The book is broken down into eight periods, starting with the Romans, then following through the Medieval era, on to the Tudors, Stuart

The White Rose
Mary Ann
Cook

It was called the Great Patriotic War as Russia fought desperately to keep Hitler from conquering the Motherland.  Lilya Ltvyak, at 19, knew she wanted to do her part and flying was her dream.  That’s what brought her to this point.  Standing on an airbase, demanding her male counterparts see more that just another wom

Cade has spent centuries saving and protecting humans, all for one devastating sin he committed when he was one.  He’s learned to forget, to do his duty and it is enough - until one pretty human is deposited in headquarters.  Almost dead, he quickly deposits her in his bed and calls for help.  

Fifteen-year-old Ivy Nimiki is not your ordinary teen-ager.  If her strange golden eyes aren’t proof enough, Ivy’s secret, one that has been carried through the centuries of her Native American Heritage, will ensure it.  She holds the keys to the Thunderbird’s power and she alone can battle the serpent who, if left unleashed, will destroy everyone she loves.  Luckily Ivy is not left to carry he

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