Monthly Archives: February 2016
Always With YouBy Andrea Hurst Genre: Women’s Fiction Overview 1977 is a glorious time to be alive in the beautiful wine country of Northern California, and Cathy has everything she thought she wanted – from a thriving health food … Continue reading
Overview Lauded for her “astute and engrossing” (People) writing style imbued with “originality galore” (RT Book Reviews), Kim Wright channels the best of Jennifer Weiner and Sarah Pekkanen in this delightful novel of self-discovery on the open road as … Continue reading
I have never been just a one genre reader. If you follow my blog, you know I read almost anything, historical fiction, romance, literary fiction, biographies, mystery, suspense,chick lit, just to name a few. I just love to read!! One … Continue reading
Girl Soldier by T.R. Horne Genre: Suspense OVERVIEW Rain Wilson thought she knew where she came from. A small farming town, forgotten and missed by everyone. After learning that her estranged mother is missing, she embarks on a harrowing … Continue reading
OVERVIEW On a secret assignment for MI-5, British SAS soldier Trevor Carswell is deep undercover with The Philosophy of Bedlam, a home-grown anarchist group responsible for several museum bombings. He’s on the brink of unearthing their motives when Scotland … Continue reading
I used spellbinders dies and cut the G with the cricut. Have no idea which fonts I used….I know…I need to pay more attention! Thanks for stopping by!!!
OVERVIEW Fans of Chelsea Cain and Lisa Gardner will devour this edgy thriller about the gruesome secrets hidden beneath a small-town amusement park. From the author of Creep, Freak, and The Butcher, Jennifer Hillier’s “fine knack for creating hideous … Continue reading