Review – Cat Escort by Melissa E. Costa

I chose this book after seeing the author post on Facebook (see? It sometimes works!) I’m a sucker for a shifter book which thinks outside the box, and I love cats, so a domestic cat shifter book was hard to pass by. And it’s a bit like Forrest Gump’s box of chocolates. You don’t knowContinue reading “Review – Cat Escort by Melissa E. Costa”

Review – Hidden in Roll: Book 1 by Stephanie B. Whitfield

This isn’t my usual genre, as it’s a YA book about being a teenager and all the awkwardness one feels surrounding boys and Prom and dealing with parents and siblings. I can’t identify with that at all so why did I read it? I was curious. The title is odd, and it has some mysticalContinue reading “Review – Hidden in Roll: Book 1 by Stephanie B. Whitfield”

Review – Wake of Sins by Catrin Russell (Book 5: Lights of Darkness series)

I have been thoroughly enjoying this high fantasy series, from the moment Anaya set eyes on Samael and all the other characters beguiled me with their own stories. This book is no exception. This is Book 5, so it ISN’T a standalone. I believe there is one more book to come and that is nearingContinue reading “Review – Wake of Sins by Catrin Russell (Book 5: Lights of Darkness series)”

Review – Evangeline Goes West by Julia DeBarrioz

My review is a little later than usual, so apologies for that, but I’ve been doing some good reading recently. This one has been on my e-reader for a while, but I’m slowly working my way through the backlog in between editing my own book. I love this author’s writing. It just hits a spotContinue reading “Review – Evangeline Goes West by Julia DeBarrioz”

Review – Morning Glory Milking Farm by C.M. Nascosta

Sometimes, a book crosses your radar which is so ludicrous it’s hard to ignore it. I tried. I really did but in the end, succumbed as it was on Kindle Unlimited. I mean, who wouldn’t? I was fully prepared for the book to be awful. A book with a strange title can be the firstContinue reading “Review – Morning Glory Milking Farm by C.M. Nascosta”

Review – The Highway Ride by Taylor Delong

 This was a very modern romance, dealing with a reality for a lot of people who are divorced and separated from their children by long distances. A devoted father, Jake, stops off at a random diner and gradually befriends, then falls in love with, Charlotte, one of the servers there. This story is written inContinue reading “Review – The Highway Ride by Taylor Delong”

I Am She (It’s a Man’s World #3) by Swit La Pound

The third book in the It’s a Man’s World Series by Swit La Pound, can be read as a standalone. It is the story of Vuyiswa, a good girl who is determined to study hard at school and is respectful to her loving and hard-working mother. They don’t have a lot, but Vuysi can turnContinue reading “I Am She (It’s a Man’s World #3) by Swit La Pound”

Review – The Museum of Perfect Scenes by Kirran Thompson

I’ll start with a disclaimer. I’ve had this book on my Kindle for a while and the copy I read may NOT be the most up-to-date version. There were some editing and punctuation issues which I hope have been rectified in later editions. This is a great idea, imaginative and wistful. When she was aContinue reading “Review – The Museum of Perfect Scenes by Kirran Thompson”

Review – Tsunami by Gordon Gumpertz

Who likes catastrophe books? I’m a sucker for them, if I’m honest. I have been since I was first able to read “grown up” books. Condominium by John D. MacDonald was one of the first I read, followed by Richard Martin Stern’s The Tower (on which The Towering Inferno movie was based.) I loved thatContinue reading “Review – Tsunami by Gordon Gumpertz”

Review – A Little Slice of Heaven by Tirza Schaefer

I love Tirza’s books because they are like a warm hug on a cold day, the literary equivalent of cashmere in winter, or a summer afternoon in a shady hammock. Nothing really bad ever happens. There are serious issues to be dealt with by some of her characters, but the men are wonderful, supportive andContinue reading “Review – A Little Slice of Heaven by Tirza Schaefer”