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"The cofffe is still going strong in this mystery series!"
Dead Cold Brew
by Cleo Coyle
Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel
Posted May 13, 2018

Clare's surprised to see all her cop friends in the coffeehouse one morning. She's even more surprised when she's arrested for stealing Read more...



"Frankie is one Smart Cookie, sometimes too smart..."
Smart Cookie
by Elly Swartz
Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel
Posted May 13, 2018

Since her mother died, Frankie and her father have come up with a list of rules. Setting up a date site for her father isn Read more...



"An emotional ride!"
She Rides Shotgun
by Jordan Harper
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted May 13, 2018

Polly is a strange child. At eleven years old she stills carries her teddy bear with her and is painfully shy. Polly has not seen Read more...



"Music Rules the Heart"
Roomies
by Christina Lauren
Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel
Posted May 13, 2018

Holland's floundering. Her writing career has never taken off. She's working for family at a Broadway theater, but her life has no direction Read more...



"Is earth about to destroy itself?"
Only Human
by Sylvain Neuvel
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted May 13, 2018

If you haven't read the first two books in the Themis Files Read more...



"Great new series adds further depth to the Maradaine world"
The Holver Alley Crew
by Marshall Ryan Maresca
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted May 13, 2018

Asti and Verci Rynax have kicked their life of thievery to the curb and gone straight. They have their own business to run and Verci Read more...



"Past and present collide in beautiful Granada"
Court of Lions
by Jane Johnson
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted May 13, 2018

Kate Fordham is living a lie. She's taken on an assumed name in the city of Granada where she lives in fear of her Read more...



"Doing the right thing for the wrong reason or the wrong thing for the right reason?"
It Started in June
by Susan Kietzman
Reviewed by Monique Daoust
Posted May 13, 2018

Women's fiction is a genre I generally avoid. I feel that sometimes it mirrors reality in a way that is a bit too close Read more...



"A psychological thriller of a family blown apart!"
The Black Painting
by Neil Olson
Reviewed by Audrey Lawrence
Posted May 13, 2018

Her dreams are filled with the vivid images of her visits to her rich grandfather's isolated home on Owl's Point on the Connecticut Read more...



"SISTERHOOD, LOVE, AND FUN IN CORNWALL DELIGHTS!"
Sheer Mischief
by Jill Mansell
Reviewed by Patricia (Pat) Pascale
Posted May 13, 2018

SHEER MISCHIEF is another of Jill Mansell's light romances with crazy characters with not one, but two heroines. Janey and Maxine are sisters. They Read more...



"Once a spy, always a spy"
Traitor
by Jonathan de Shalit
Reviewed by Monique Daoust
Posted May 12, 2018

Nobody could have predicted that a terminally ill elderly woman would set the spying world on fire. An insignificant cog in the machine, a mere Read more...



"Sometimes identity theft can bring you the love of your life"
All's Fair in Love and Wolf
by Terry Spear
Reviewed by Kim Roller
Posted May 11, 2018

ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE AND WOLF takes you back to Terry Spear's the Read more...



"Just too compelling of a highland romance to put down!"
The Highland Guardian
by Amy Jarecki
Reviewed by Audrey Lawrence
Posted May 11, 2018

Just as they almost made it through the treacherous waters off the coast of England, they were attacked by The Royal Buckingham, one of Her Read more...



"A charming tale of challenges in love, lost opportunities, and faith!"
Beneath the Summer Sun
by Kelly Irvin
Reviewed by Audrey Lawrence
Posted May 11, 2018

Jennie Troyer has always handed over her problems to God and trusts in his protective care, even with all she experienced in her marriage and Read more...



"Step into the 21st century and see how easily the internet can control your life."
If I Die Tonight
by Alison Gaylin
Reviewed by Lynn Cunningham
Posted May 11, 2018

Jacqueline Merrick Reed has a rather ordinary life that she is still trying to settle into. Divorced from her husband, she is both mother and Read more...



"A cute and sexy Georgian romantic romp"
Too Wilde to Wed
by Eloisa James
Reviewed by Monique Daoust
Posted May 11, 2018

Lord Roland Northbridge Wilde, better known as North, had irremediably fallen in love with Miss Diana Belgrave's laugh. The granddaughter of a grocer, Diana Read more...



"She won't let him run"
X-Ops Exposed
by Paige Tyler
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted May 10, 2018

In X-OPS EXPOSED out of control, feline hybrid, Tanner Howland took off to the forests of Washington. He believes that he has no choice Read more...



"Fate has a way of of biting back!"
Guardian of Darkness
by Katie Reus
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted May 10, 2018

Gabriel had seen his mate die in his arms, so to save her that fate, he made sure never to meet her, never get close Read more...



"Oh boy does she get her man!"
All's Fair in Love and Wolf
by Terry Spear
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted May 10, 2018

It's all in a days work for bounty hunter Jenna St. James. Her mother bonded out a man named Sarandon Silver and if he Read more...



"Two more lovers find each other in Burning Cove."
The Other Lady Vanishes
by Amanda Quick
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted May 6, 2018

In THE OTHER LADY VANISHES, Adelaide Blake is living simply and trying to start over in Burning Cove, California. She recently escaped from Rushbrook, a Read more...



"Up the Somerset canal without a paddle"
Lock 13
by Peter Helton
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted May 6, 2018

I had not encountered the Chris Honeysett crime books previously. He Read more...



"St. Petersburg is a setting full of splendor - and treachery!"
From Governess to Countess
by Marguerite Kaye
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted May 6, 2018

This gifted Scots author might as well call her works Matches made in Scotland, but this new series is titled Read more...




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