Recent Reviews

The Goodbye Man
Chad
Barton

Jack Steel is or was a cop, a CSI and now a self appointed vigilante of justice. Bad guys that the cops can't find are findable for Jack and his shepherd, Sadie.  At sixty, Jack is a retired widower and, while he lacks the speed of a younger man, Sadie fills the gap as a very able partner in his hunting sprees.

Saving Grace
Ann
Grant

Grace Pearson leads a busy life. She’s a mother and a wife who, unfortunately, can’t depend much on her husband. For years she was forced to take care of most things herself, from their children, to paying the bills, even all the work around the house. It all comes to a head when she falls and gets injured. Suddenly she can’t do anything. She’s in constant pain, her independence non-existent.

Descended
Dana
Pratola

There are some truths every girl knows.  Then there are things she’s warned against, like getting into a car with a stranger.  Getting into a car with a stranger to meet another stranger at an undisclosed location is most definitely another!  Haven is very well aware of this, but it’s not just any stranger she’s meeting.  It's Jett Cestone, the famous tech-wizard billionaire, and he wants to di

Death Speaker
Vickey
Kall

This book follows the life of Emyn, a Death Speaker - a person who sees ghosts and can speak with them. It’s a very useful ability to have, since ghosts are very well informed. They can’t tell the future, but they know the present.

Weaving Magic
Mindy
Hardwick

Addictions come in many forms. Some sneak up over time and are obviously harmful and dangerous. Some may even seem safe and helpful.  No matter what, the truth is that the escape from reality is the real problem, one that must be faced and conquered.

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