Defiant Passion Sons of Rhodri I by Anna Markland ~Review~

I am really excited that I am making my way through more works that I received at InD'Scribe last year. I am determined to catch up before I come home with a boatload of more books next week. InD'Scribe Con and Book Festival 2018 will be held in Burbank, CA starting October 4th, please join … Continue reading Defiant Passion Sons of Rhodri I by Anna Markland ~Review~

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Banned Book Week

It is Banned Book Week! This is a week that brings awareness to books that have been banned and are still being challenged. It is also a celebration of having the freedom to read and have access to information! Now, I run into people all the time who don't realize that banning books is still … Continue reading Banned Book Week

Liliana’s Letter: The Matchmaker Meets the Matchbreaker by Alina K. Field ~Review~

I received so many books last year at InD'Scribe Con and Book Festival 2017, that I still have not read them all and InD'Scribe 2018 is just around the corner! So I decided to read a few before the conference before I get to see all these lovely authors again! Liliana's Letter: The Matchmaker Meets The … Continue reading Liliana’s Letter: The Matchmaker Meets the Matchbreaker by Alina K. Field ~Review~

The Spellbook of Katrina Van Tassel by Alyssa Palombo ~ARC Review~

Alyssa Palombo takes readers back to the eerie village of Sleepy Hollow in The Spellbook of Katrina Van Tassel. It begins with Katrina Van Tassel and her meeting Ichabod Crane. Ichabod surprises her because he is not like the other men from the village, especially Brom Van Brunt. Soon they find themselves in a whirlwind love affair. … Continue reading The Spellbook of Katrina Van Tassel by Alyssa Palombo ~ARC Review~

Forget Me Not by A.M. Taylor ~ARC Review~

It is the 10th anniversary of Nora Altman's disappearance. Friends and family gather for a memorial. No one knows what happened to Nora. Seventeen-year-old Nora vanished, only leaving behind an abandoned car. In the small town, rumors ran wild, reporters tore apart families but in the end, there were no leads. Maddie was Nora's best … Continue reading Forget Me Not by A.M. Taylor ~ARC Review~

Need to Know by Karen Cleveland ~Review~

I am usually not really into political thrillers. However, Need to Know by Karen Cleveland took my breath away! The reader is introduced to Vivian, a wife to Matt, mother of 4 children and a CIA analyst. She works extremely hard to balance her home life and her job. One day while looking through files on Russian Sleeper … Continue reading Need to Know by Karen Cleveland ~Review~