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, November 12, 2019

under a veil of secrets - The Collector by Stjepan Varesevac-Cobets

"This is a beautiful story of survival and KUDOS to the author for writing up something that could easily be a hit on The Twilight Zone .Great imagination that will hook you up and entertain till the very end!
I highly recommend it to all Sci-Fi fans in search of a short and intriguing read! Happy reading." Laura, Goodreads

someone who can see the man he is inside - Mission: Believe (Rise Again Warrior Series #1) by Stacy Eaton

"This is a must read for everyone and it does give you hope that through everything veterans go through there is hope. I look forward to reading more in the series and just as a warning have tissue nearby." Barbara, Goodreads

I tried my best for years - Skin and Bone by Keary Taylor

"Skin and Bone is a smart, twisty thriller and if you're looking for a great standalone story with twists and turns then give it a go, you will not be sorry." Sheena, Goodreads

perfectly with a plate of chocolate brownies - A Perfect Mistake by Laura Brown

"A Perfect Mistake was SUCH a good read! Nica and Cam are so well-developed that I fell head-over-heels in love with their characters. [...] Laura Brown continues to be an author to watch! I look forward to anything else she writes." Heather, Goodreads

This time, I'm not giving up. - The Last Virgin in Texas by Jennifer Woodhull

We waited. It felt like forever, but I didn't care. I would've done anything for her.
But I screwed up. When it all went south, I fled, leaving her, alone. 
Broken hearted.

Who is Conor Nash if he can’t pitch? - The Conman by Mike Murphey

Conor Nash has lived his life with a single purpose—to pitch in the Major Leagues. He’s been released from professional baseball contracts ten times over a sixteen-year career, but he’s overcome every obstacle to finally reach The Show when he’s a decade too old. 

A very dead hand - Storm of Secrets (Haunted Bluffs Mystery #2) by Loretta Marion

"Modern and historic mysteries collide in Marion's bittersweet storytelling."—Kirkus Reviews
“[A] gripping sequel...Marion seamlessly weaves the multiple story threads together. Fans of tales of regional intrigue will be satisfied.”Publishers Weekly

to live wild and ride free... but don’t forget the sweet - Biker Babe (Biker Beauties #1) by Audrey Carlan

18++ "I absolutely loved this book! It's definitely not Audrey's usual style. Which isn't a bad thing. It's still just as amazing and awesome! The author has created a plot that had my attention from page one. Her style of writing is as always flawless, down to each and every fine detail.
This is going to be one hell of a bumpy ride and I cannot wait to see where she goes with this new series!" The SassyNerdBlog, Goodreads

Monday, November 11, 2019

The next fight. The next win - Sweet Victory (BTU Alumni #3) by Alley Ciz

"Oh holy swoony sweetness! Gaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh! Alley Ciz has ruined me for other books. I’m talking, cannot brain, wat r wurds, must go back and read this again NOW book hangover. Sweet Victory sailed right to the top of my favorites list with all the amazing goodness that’s within the pages." Britt, Goodreads

A promise he can’t break. - Torn by Harper Phoenix

"[I] found that the author touched on a subject that many may be afraid too, but she did it with complete style, finesse and total respect and after you read it, you will know what I am talking about (no spoilers from me). I am in awe of this author and look forward to reading more by her. Please do yourself a favor read this incredible story of lust, newfound trust, second chances and even, possibly love!" Joe, Goodreads

the allure of forbidden love... A Violet Fire (Vampires in Avignon #1) by Kelsey Quick

"A vampire tale with a heady mix of defiance and doubt, rebellion and romance." — Kirkus Reviews 
"There is not a single dull moment in this book... A Violet Fire has all the ingredients to become the next Hollywood movie about vampires." — Readers' Favorite 

Running for their lives... and... unintended emotions... Zapata (Border #1) by Harper McDavid

"This fingernail-chewing book will keep you drinking caffeine to stay awake to finish reading it in one sitting as I did. You will not be able to put it down once you start reading it. I highly recommend it for those who like lots of thrill with their romance." Judi, Goodreads

It is sort of annoying having dead people dropping by at all hours... Dead & Busy Series by Kfir Luzzatto

"The tone of the tale is spot-on: amusing, quick with the snark, and yet still containing that dark thread that keeps it rooted in the noir tradition it's building upon. I definitely want more Callaghan." - Nathan, Goodreads #2

I’m different.... - The Lonely Orphan (Lost Planet#5) by K Webster & Nicole Blanchard

18+ A woman so different. So imperfect. So maddeningly defiant. Someone I have no interest in whatsoever.
This feral female will never own my heart.
Or so I thought.

a reality and a fantasy that they have only dared to imagine... Birth Right by Julian Iragorri, Lou Aronica

"An eloquent and intense read that I could not stop turning the pages!!! !!! Captivating and poignant!! So engrossing that this story will stay with me for a very long time!!
Highly, highly recommend!!" - Cheryl, Goodreads

you won’t want to miss this story... Season of ’72 by Karen Tomsovic

A standalone romantic saga full of angsty emotion that spans the years. If you remember the 1970s or just wish you’d been there, you won’t want to miss this story! 

The Dark Duke they call him.... A Whole New Duke by Samantha Holt

"The author is a must read for me so I expected to really like the book but I think this is one of her best books, I read it in a sitting, finishing it well into the nigh, I was drawn in from page one when [...]." Janet, Goodreads

not all monsters are the same... Beneath London’s Fog by Iona Caldwell

"I could definitely see myself reading this again, and I'm so glad I read this right before Halloween, because it really put me in the mood for my favorite holiday. It was hauntingly beautiful and really came to life, with just the right amount of horror and paranormal aspects. And the ending left me with hope for a second installment! What a satisfying read!" - Darque Dreamer, Goodreads

All good things must come to an end, right? - British Banger by Jennifer Woodhull

After all, I knew we had an expiration date.
All good things must come to an end, right?
Except our ending was one I didn’t see coming.

Sunday, November 10, 2019

Mystic Desire, A Paranormal Romance Anthology

18++ Mystic Desire, A Paranormal Romance Anthology 
with stories by 
by Breanna Hayse, Alice Renaud, Zia Westfield, Dee S. Knight, Carol Schoenig, 
Callie Carmen, Anne Krist, Suzanne Smith, Patricia Elliott, R.M. Olivia, 
Richard Savage, Lora Logan, Jan Selbourne 

the consequences for breaking the rules... Lost and Found (The Game Plan #1) by Breanna Hayse

18++ "Overall I have to give this a five star rating because the characters are solid and the interaction among them is incredible. [...] There were a few parts in the plot that you had to really reach outside the box for even with a genre of sci-fi." Adaline, Goodreads

Christmas Treasures Anthology Mixed Genres Holiday Fiction

Christmas Treasures Anthology - Mixed Genres Holiday Fiction 
with stories by: 
Angela Gray, C. Forrest Lundin, E.M. Denning, Holly Barbo, 
Jess Mountifield, Maxine Murphy, Julie Elizabeth Powell, 
Marc Sanderson, S.P. West, Sean Gallatin, Cherime MacFarlane, Suzy Stewart Dubot 

find out how... Love Defines Us: Winning at Love

Love Defines Us - Winning at Love- Series 1 
A Contemporary Romance Anthology 
with stories by 
Kelly Collins, Angela Stevens, Bonnie Edwards, Jude Ouvrard, 
Michele Shriver, Chantel Rhondeau, Kimmie Easley, Stacy Eaton 

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Grand Finale - The Heart of Aleppo: A Story of the Syrian Civil War by Ammar Habib

In an over-politicized world, my wish is for this work to humanize those we call “refugees”. The Heart of Aleppo is not about the politics of the Syrian Civil War or any other conflict. Its aim is not to convince readers to support any faction or political party. Instead, this story is about the unbreakable spirit of humanity. It is about how humanity often shows its true strength during the darkest times. . .Launch - Why Ammar wrote The Heart of Aleppo

Friday, November 8, 2019

a wonderful addition... The Mini Mindset Series by Neeta Oza

My Mini-Mindest Manual
My Back-To-Basics Business Bible
My Fun-Filled Fitness Folio
My Fun-Filled Fitness Folio

from the day one... Ticking off Breast Cancer by Sara Liyanage

"It explains in plain and simple terms what to expect how to tell family and friends and not to be scared to ask for help.This was a 5 star read for me, and Sara an inspiration, how she coped with young children and managed to keep it together." Tammy, Goodreads

Welcome back... Memories in December (Calendar Girls #4) by Gina Ardito

"This was such an awesome read that I thoroughly enjoyed and highly recommend! [...] The story is fast paced reading, realistic and the characters had their flaws but were still likable. All in all the story kept my interest and was very well written and I highly recommend it!" Deb, Goodreads

Christmas miracle... My Billionaire Fake Fiance by Linda West

"A hilarious enemy to lovers romance that will leave you clapping and crying. An amazing holiday read I couldn't put down." Joy Nelson
"Funny, Funny, Funny, and super romantic. A fantastic Christmas book I loved it." C. Rott

with options running out - Aces High (Baum Squad #2) by M. Never

18++ "Aces High by M.Never was the perfect mix of dirty, sexy, dangerous and intense ! The MC Romance captured the very essence of the trope so amazingly. Adrenaline was running high and passion was burning hot." PP's Bookshelf

She has the chance... Montana Mistletoe (The Wildes of Birch Bay #4.5) by Kim Law

"Ms. Law has managed to give us all the feels in this Christmas novella that you would expect from one of her full length novels. The characters are amazing, the emotion so real and the HEA is delightful!" Terri, Goodreads

a brazen act of sabotage that could topple a kingdom... - Dark One’s Bride (Dark One’s Trilogy #2) by Aldrea Alien

Their focus not on the man they see as their reviled “Dark Lord”, but on her as the young woman who supposedly carries his heir.