Recent Reviews

Dare to Risk All
Joyce M.
Holmes

Months ago on a cruise unwillingly awarded to her by her chauvinistic boss, Tessa had a one-weekend stand with Ben. Their connection was an unusual one, but they live far apart. Devastated that Ben never once called though she gave him her number, Tessa is even more devastated to find out her boss has brought Ben in to “co-own” a higher position she’s been passed over for.

Arla and Ric have been married a long time. Empty-nesters now that their son has moved out permanently, Arla is ready to fix Ric with a counselor’s help. Her mother-in-law is a nightmare, and has been since day one of their relationship. Ric has always sided against Arla and with his mother.

SUSPENSE:  Ann has been raised knowing that her duty is to wed well and have sons, and not much beyond that. Coming out was exciting but she soon feels like a prized broodmare her parents are shopping around. She decides to make the best of things once she’s “bought” for John, the son of a Duke.

Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda
Tara Lee
Reed

In the sub-genre of children’s fantasy literature called “Choose Your Own Adventure”, the story is written in the second person, and the reader is in the position of deciding the outcome. Each tale starts out normally, but soon the reader is given a choice.

A Medical Affair
Anne McCarthy
Strauss

For the first time in her 38 years, Heather has an asthma attack. It lands her in the ER, where she meets a really hot doctor. Jeff has been married for 10 years, but has never let that fact keep him from one-night stands or short-term affairs.

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