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Two determined souls plumb the dark depths of the past in order to forge a brighter future--together.


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"He could see her face. And she couldn’t breathe…"


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Can a chance meeting open a grieving heart to love?


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When the going gets tough, the tough get their hands dirty.


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RUN. HIDE. SEEK.


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Channeling Indiana Jones, author Kat Martin pairs a woman in search of her family's truth with a hard-hitting professional treasure hunter!


Recent Reviews

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"Sea Glass Summer was all romance and heart. I already can’t wait to read it again!"
Sea Glass Summer
by Miranda Liasson
Reviewed by Angie Elle
Posted June 27, 2022

SEA GLASS SUMMER by Miranda Liasson brings us the story of Kit and Alex. Kit is a widow who is doing her Read more...



"The wolf, the witch, the love!"
Cowboy Wolf Outlaw
by Kait Ballenger
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 25, 2022

Malcolm Grey is a shifter assassin, part of the pack yet not. Trixie Beauregard is a bartender with a heart of gold and she Read more...



"Equal billing for the human and canine stars of this story"
Dog Friendly
by Victoria Schade
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 25, 2022

At first glance I questioned my choice. DOG FRIENDLY by Victoria Schade was on my list of available books to review and I admit Read more...



"Her Dreams just may solve Murder on Sunrise Lake"
Murder at Sunrise Lake
by Christine Feehan
Reviewed by Kim Roller
Posted June 25, 2022

Stella Harrison life has anything but ideal. She came to the Sunrise Lake area to start over from her past. Managing and then Buying Read more...



"She can win or lose big - but she must chose."
Red on the River
by Christine Feehan
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 25, 2022

Vienna Mortenson usually tries to stay well away from casinos but this poker tournament could mean a big difference to her search and rescue Read more...



"A Beautiful mess"
The Messy Lives of Book People
by Phaedra Patrick
Reviewed by Bharti C
Posted June 25, 2022

THE MESSY LIVES OF BOOK PEOPLE by Phaedra Patrick is all about the lives of a writer, author, and storyteller aka Book People. Writing Read more...



"Can their love defeat the deadly enemy?"
Harmony of Fire
by Brian Feehan
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 24, 2022

In a world growing darker by the minute can they find peace or learn to live in a HARMONY OF FIRE. The We are Read more...



"Who really caused the danger this time?"
Sorrow's Song
by Keri Arthur
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 24, 2022

Lizzie Grace is trying to get on with her life after having broken up with her werewolf ranger boyfriend, but it isn't easy Read more...



"Another piece of literary art by Christine Rimmer"
Summer Nights with the Maverick
by Christine Rimmer
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 24, 2022

Once burned twice shy. The expression never gets old and so frequently describes the issue quite perfectly, as in the case of SUMMER NIGHTS Read more...



"Great armchair detective story."
Sheriff in the Saddle
by Delores Fossen
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 24, 2022

Family feuds in the twenty-first century, amazing how these things have a life of their own. Generationally you’d think it would Read more...



"Paris Present Day and 1950s with Couture"
The Last Dress from Paris
by Jade Beer
Reviewed by S. Lyn Collins
Posted June 20, 2022

THE LAST DRESS FROM PARIS is a time slip women's fiction.  At the request of her grandmother, Louise agrees to retrieve a Read more...



"A Haunting Story!"
A Slow Fire Burning
by Paula Hawkins
Reviewed by Evie Harris
Posted June 20, 2022

All we know for certain is that a young man has been murdered and there is no shortage of suspects.  Three of them Read more...



"Page turning thriller that relies on mapmaking secret to activate magic..."
The Cartographers
by Peng Shepherd
Reviewed by Ruth Castleberry
Posted June 19, 2022

In THE CARTOGRAPHERS, Peng Shepherd writes a compelling story that almost reads as an homage to the Read more...



"Engaging mystery combine model trains and homebrew..."
The Proof Is in the Poison
by Diane Kelly
Reviewed by Ruth Castleberry
Posted June 19, 2022

THE PROOF IS IN THE POISON finds Hattie Hayes and her Moonshine Shack on the verge of Read more...



"A LOCAL RADIO BOOK CLUB SHOW IS INTERRUPTED BY A MURDER"
Broadcast 4 Murder
by J.C. Eaton
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 18, 2022

Sophie Kimball works as an accountant in Sun City West, Arizona. Her active retiree mother Harriet is delighted to be the new host of Read more...



"Horses go missing and a suspicious death occurs at Sun City West"
Saddled Up 4 Murder
by J.C. Eaton
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted June 18, 2022

Sophie “Phee” Kimball stars in another lively outing for the residents of Sun City West. I previously read Read more...



"Working together makes everyone stronger"
Riverbend Reunion
by Carolyn Brown
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 18, 2022

Longtime friends, who had somewhat drifted apart are faced with decisions about their future. All have returned to their hometown. All are adjusting to Read more...



"Calder family saga continues"
Calder Grit
by Janet Dailey
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 18, 2022

Janet Dailey’s string of Calder family stories has continued through the efforts of her family Read more...



"Some of the best characters under one roof"
The Boardwalk Bookshop
by Susan Mallery
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 18, 2022

Sure, the title sounds tame like just another romance novel, but I caution you to remember this is by Susan Mallery. If you&rsquo Read more...



"Just to show that summer love can be really complicated"
Summer Love
by Nancy Thayer
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 18, 2022

Summer love is a rather vague description for a phenomenon that happens all too often. Perhaps just a one-time experience, or sort of Read more...



"Intriguing battle of wits."
That Cowboy of Mine
by Donna Grant
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted June 17, 2022

Greed is a dangerous driver of events. Events that put people and property in harm’s way. It’s tough being the Read more...



"HOOK, LINE, AND SINKER will definitely hook you right in!"
Hook, Line, and Sinker
by Tessa Bailey
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted June 17, 2022

Tessa Bailey returns with another installment in the Bellinger Sisters series. This book features Fox Read more...



"A definite recommend it to any foodie Cozy Mystery lovers out there!"
Evil Under the Tuscan Sun
by Stephanie Cole
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted June 17, 2022

Stephanie Cole is back with another installment in her Tuscan cooking school mystery series. In Read more...




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