Genre: Adult

Aug 17 2017
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Book Blitz & Giveaway for Fallen Star by Allison Morse

Book Blitz & Giveaway for Fallen Star by Allison Morse

 

 

I happy to be able to part of the blitz for Fallen Star. I have an excerpt, and there is also a giveaway for you today. So, be sure and enter.

Enjoy….

 

 

Fallen Star
by Allison Morse
Publication date: September 21st 2016
Published: by The Wild Rose Press
Kindle Edition: 315 pages
Genre: Adult, Mystery

 

Who killed 1940s screen goddess Gloria Reardon? Her unsolved murder hypnotized the public with its scandalous details and shocked two generations.

Avid feminist and aspiring filmmaker, Kate Bloom discovers long lost footage that holds the key to who murdered her grandmother. Legendary movie star, Gloria Reardon, may be dead, but friends and lovers from the Golden Age of Hollywood’s heyday are still very much on the scene, and it seems everyone has …

Aug 15 2017
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Review for Beneath the Surface by Sibel Hodge

Review for Beneath the Surface by Sibel Hodge

I haven’t read very many conspiracy theory type books, I really don’t think I have ever read one like this now that I really think of it. They were mostly steampunk or historical ones. This however, is a pharmaceutical conspiracy theory, with murders, unexplained suicides and full of suspense.

Holly has returned to her home town of Ashfield, but she has returned to a horrible tradegy. Her childhood friend and her husband were killed by their son, and he has killed himself as well. But, why? What made this boy do something so horrific. The more Holly searches for answers, the deeper she finds herself in the middle of something she never dreamed. Things become more dangerous, not only for …

Aug 14 2017
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Review for Something Like Happy by Eva Woods

Review for Something Like Happy by Eva Woods

Something Like Happy is one those books that I read the blurb, it sounded like it would be a good read. But once I got started I realized that I’d started a book that put me way out of comfort zone. I tend to stay away from books that anything to do with people being ill. It’s just a person thing I have, but I decided that I would go ahead and try to give this a chance and I’m happy that I did. I will try and keep the spoilery to a minimum.

One of the two main characters, Annie, I didn’t care for at first, but I could see why see why she was so standoffish, sad and …

Aug 11 2017
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Review for Silent Child by Sarah A. Denzil

Review for Silent Child by Sarah A. Denzil

I read the blurb for this and knew that I had to read it, because I wanted to know to who behind Aidens disappearance. Silent Child is every parents worst nightmare, having your child kidnapped and never knowing what happened to them. But in Silent Child, the boy comes back 10 years later and to find the answers to where he has been is the most important thing to his Mother.

Emma was a young mother, barely out of high school when she had Aiden, and losing him during the flood broke her. Emma had began to put her life back together, she’s remarried, and was expecting a baby, when Aiden comes home. I personally couldn’t imagine going through …

Aug 10 2017
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Cover Reveal & Giveaway for The Love Square by Jessica Calla

Cover Reveal & Giveaway for The Love Square  by Jessica Calla

 

 
I am happy to be part of the new redesigned cover reveal for The Love Square. This is an Adult Contemporary Romance. There is also a giveaway below, so don’t forget to enter.
 

 

The Love Square by Jessica Calla
Published by: Limitless Publishing
Publication date: January 12th 2016
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance

On the west coast…

…Nebraskan Clare Davis hates her new life managing a bookstore in LA—until she meets up-and-coming movie star Dylan Barnes. Dylan’s always been a city guy, but can’t resist Clare’s midwestern charm as he shows her the wonders of California.

On the east coast…

…Alex Popovich loves being a carefree bachelor and a minor league ballplayer in his hometown Brooklyn. But things get complicated when gorgeous ballroom dancer-slash-office worker Jenna Stecco …

Aug 07 2017
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Review for The Art of Hiding by Amanda Prowse

Review for The Art of Hiding by Amanda Prowse

The Art of Hiding is my first from Prowse and it did not disappoint at all. It is full of emotions and brings a lot of questions to the surface that certainly make you think.

Nina has suffered a devastating loss, her husband dying. It was sudden and completely unexpected in Nina’s perfect world. With the loss comes more hard times than she thought. Her way of life and the husband she though she knew were all torn apart. There is no time for to worry about all the material things that she has now lost, her boys need her more than ever. Being penniless, homeless and questioning everything you thought you knew about the man you love isn’t the …

Aug 04 2017
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Review for Finding Claire Fletcher (Claire Fletcher #1) by Lisa Regan

Review for Finding Claire Fletcher (Claire Fletcher #1) by Lisa Regan

Finding CLaire Fletcher was published back in 2012 and had some changes done to it, and the copy that I read is the updated version. With that being said, I am a big fan of psychological thrillers/suspense as many of you have probably guessed. So, it was pretty much a no brainer that I would pick this one up. This is my first book from Lisa Regan and it most certainly will not be the last. I’m not going to restate the plot of the book, because the blurb tells you pretty much everything, and anything else I tel you will just give away too much of the rest of the story itself and I don’t want to ruin anything …