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Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

an indifferent and sometimes cruel world - Growing Flowers (Flower Series Collection) by Tani Hanes

"Overall, this is a beautifully written series with vibrant characters and a dream-worthy yet thrilling plot. If you are interested in a marriage-of-convenience turn real-love, life of a rock star with a family, and lots of steam kinda thing, this is the series for you. It comes highly recommended. " - Simonne, Goodreads

the line that separates right from wrong - The Dragon's Harvest (The Dragon Trilogy #2) by Jason F. Boggs

"I felt like this novel perfectly blends science fiction with fantasy. I highly recommend “The Dragon’s Harvest” by Jason F. Boggs as an epic sci-fi adventure and I look forward to reading the other books in this trilogy. "- Reader View

Monday, January 21, 2019

their efforts aren’t enough - A Prophecy Fulfilled (The Vaelinel Trilogy #3) by Andi O’Connor

"A Prophecy Fulfilled is the third and final book in a sweeping, epic fantasy trilogy written in the best tradition of Tolkien and C.S. Lewis. O'Connor. [...] This isn't a light-hearted bedtime story for children but if you like dark fantasy where characters suffer and are tested - and sometimes found wanting - you will love this story." - Jane, Goodreads

the only person capable of saving him is... Blessed: The Prodigal Daughter (Blessed, #1) by A.L. Bryant

18+ The two syndicates continue to clash in their fight for control and their battles result in several casualties. The crimes of their warfare surface and draw the attention of Dennis Wilson, a NYPD Detective known for solving his cases in the first forty-eight hours. Dennis follows the trail of bodies out of curiosity. But when his curiosity causes the deaths of his loved ones Detective Dennis becomes obsessed with the case. 

Maybe it’ll never happen... Maybe Ever After by Cassie Graham

"This was such a enjoyable and fun read. I thought it was super easy to fall for these characters. The book offers such a wonderful storyline that pulls you in and keeps you fully invested." Gladys, Goodreads


It draws to an end! Plagued Primortus (The Primortus Chronicles #3) by J.L. Bond & Val Richards

With the help of her squad, a Shifter, a Seer, and a Reaper, Skylee finally learns the truth about the Prophecy and why she alone must vanquish Brinfrost before he destroys them all. But does the Second Born have the strength to fulfill her destiny? 

a malicious plot... Dilemma (An Alien Exchange Trilogy #2) by Keri Kruspe

18+ The second book in the trilogy, D’zia’s Dilemma features a disembodied galactic gangster, a snarky spybot, and a sentient, lovesick spaceship. If you like non-stop action, powerful emotions, and sensual aliens, you’ll love the next installment of An Alien Exchange. 

The ultimate in Girl Power - Immortal Girl5 by Griffin Stark


“A wild, edge of your seat rollercoaster ride from beginning to end.” —Elizabeth S., High School Student, Miami, FL


Sunday, January 20, 2019

the constant reminder - Luke (Dark Water Security #1) by Madison Quinn

"You will go through several emotions (angst, love, suspense, and action) while reading this story but that is why it is hard to put down. I for one cannot wait for the next book in the Dark Water Security series. Thank you, Madison, for another excellent book for my library. " Patti, Goodreads

neither can afford to lose the other - The Arrangement Duet by Madison Quinn

"It is will written, consistent, and well-developed. It is a story that hooked me from page one until the end and I cannot wait to complete Kenzie and Nicholas’s story in the next book." Debra, Goodreads


Paper trails and the whisper of rumors... Murder of Ravens (Gabriel Hawke #1) by Paty Jager

Murder of Ravens is a fresh and unique mystery by new-to-me author Paty Jager. This traditional mystery, book #1 in a new series, has good character depth and features a strong Native American character. ~The Power of Words

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Things have changed drastically since his last visit - Dark Paradise by Gene Desrochers


"This book has much more than murder. I loved the different characters, their unique personalities, and the snappy dialogue perfuse with island lingo. I can’t wait to see what mystery Boise pursues next." Anna, Goodreads



things are spiraling out of control - Immerse (Mer Chronicles #3) by Tobie Easton

Darkness descends over St. Louis, a city already rocked by the Great Depression. More and more people are disappearing, and some have turned up dead. A sinister secret society is putting forward their plan known as “The Winnowing,” designed to wipe out those they consider “undesirable.”

Book Tour Grand Finale for Here Walk the Dead (The Boneseeker Chronicles #2) by Brynn Chapman

The year is 1910, and Arabella Holmes has met her lifelong dream of becoming a purveyor of abnormal science for the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Philadelphia. But academics and forensics were never a problem for Bella. People. Navigating people and the nuances of relationships is far more vexing than any anatomical puzzle or mystery... Launch - Note from the Author

Book Tour Grand Finale for No Safe Place by Sherri Shackelford



Welcome to this blog tour! I'm excited to share the journey with you. My latest release is near and dear to my heart because this book starts a new adventure for me... Launch - Note from the Author


Friday, January 18, 2019

There is evil to be undone - Natalsa of the Brim (Order of Terima Chronicles #1) by Chad McClendon

"Chad McClendon as an author is clearly not afraid to go to dark places and shine light onto hard situations and topics. I look forward to more of his work and I'm even more excited to spend more time with the Maiden of the Brim." Justin, Goodreads

a scintillating assemblage of nearly 100 poems - Diary of a Sorceress by Ashley Dioses

"To delve into these pages too closely is to risk enchantment; and, perhaps, some small, nagging sense of forbidding. But pay these feelings of unease no mind. Let Ashley weave her magic and be richly rewarded with imaginative worlds of both great beauty and great darkness. Weird poetry is on the rise if stars like Ashley's continue their ascent!" Blaine, Goodreads

My light in the darkness... Demons Series by Marina Simcoe

"
HAWT DAYUM! this book was fantastic! I loved it!
This has been a much much anticipated read for me... I adore the author she knows how to make and create a story layer by painstakingly realistic layer... and it did not disappoint!
" Bubbles, Goodreads

Dragon Claimed: A Dark Kings Novella (Dark Kings #14.5) by Donna Grant

"DRAGON CLAIMED is a story of loss and hope, survival and revelations. The premise is intriguing and spirited; the characters are animated and dynamic; the romance is fated and intimate. DRAGON CLAIMED is a welcome addition to Donna Grant’s Dark Kings paranormal romance series." Sandy, Goodreads



Can they get past old hurts? - Snowed In – Ross and Ashton by J.V. Speyer

Neither Ross nor Ash are the same guys they were in college, but they’re trapped in the abandoned house with no place to go. Can they get past old hurts long enough to get through the storm, or will the same misunderstandings that drove them apart years ago make this confinement unbearable?

only if he gets here in time... False Start (False #3) by Meli Raine

"This book will pull you in and keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end...or non-end. [...] This book is overwhelming in the best way! I can’t wait for the next chapter in the Stateless series! Coming later this year!! Well played Ms Raine! Well played!" Stephanie, Goodreads

Sadly, even heroes have their limitations - Enzo by K. Webster


"This book ended with me hugging my kindle. I'm not going to provide any details until release, but in the meantime, I highly recommend reading the other taboo treats if you haven't already. These books give me life." Jillian, Goodreads


Immerse (Mer Chronicles #3) by Tobie Easton

Darkness descends over St. Louis, a city already rocked by the Great Depression. More and more people are disappearing, and some have turned up dead. A sinister secret society is putting forward their plan known as “The Winnowing,” designed to wipe out those they consider “undesirable.”