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.

Saturday, December 9, 2017

A Family Made at Christmas - Book Tour Grand Finale for His Frontier Christmas Family by Regina Scott

Snow, homemade ornaments on the tree, family gathered round in faith—what better way to celebrate the Christmas season! Family and Christmas form the heart of my December release, His Frontier Christmas Family, part of my Frontier Bachelors series from Love Inspired, set in pioneer Seattle...

I hope you have a wonderful holiday this year. Be sure to enter the giveaway for a chance to win a signed copy of His Frontier Christmas Family and a set of rustic Christmas decorations.
Merry Christmas! - Launch - Note from the Author

Friday, December 8, 2017

a mother will do anything - A Mother’s Lie by Jo Crow

"I haven't been this impressed by a debut from an author since Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris. The author really nailed making you feel just how isolated Clara was and just how desperate she was. Too many times while reading this I was gasping out loud due to a turn I hadn't seen coming or an injustice I just couldn't believe. It usually takes me about seven days to read a book due to work and kids but I devoured this in a little over 24 hours. I can't wait to spread the word about this knockout debut." - Katrece, Goodreads

despite all the challenges - After the Fall (Seven Winds #2) by Katy Ames

"After the Fall was a sexy and entertaining standalone romance, and a wonderful installment in the Seven Winds series. Katy Ames did a fantastic job with this book and I was extremely pleased with the outcome to Mark and Grace's story. Ms. Ames is an incredibly talented writer and I am very much looking forward to reading more of her amazing romances!" - Julia, Goodreads

a delightful thriller - The Body in the Casket (Faith Fairchild #24) by Katherine Hall Page

"With a good share of unlikable characters, The Body in the Casket is reminiscent of both a good Agatha Christie novel or the board game Clue, and for me, at least, the villain, when finally revealed, was a complete surprise. Easy, enjoyable reading, good characterisation, and a compelling story line (actually several story lines interwoven), how could I not enjoy and recommend this book. And as the protagonist is a caterer, there are even recipes that tempt. Highly recommended."- Bryan, Goodreads

Don’t believe everything you see. - Countdown (Cassidy & Spenser #5) by Carey Baldwin

"I love this Author's books. She is so talented. The characters are wonderful. In this book, while investigating what appears to be an attempted murder and their wedding, the humour will have you smiling if not laughing out loud. " Marj, Goodreads

an exciting and fast-paced mystery - One Red Bastard (Detective Robert Chow #3) by Ed Lin

"Robert is a unique detective and one worth meeting in this or any other of Lin's novels. I'm happy that this atmospheric (the neighborhood is a rich stew) has been reissued- it's completely stood the test of time." - Kathleen, Goodreads

multiple realities collide - Seventh Dimension - The Prescience (Seventh Dimension #5) by Lorilyn Roberts

"Temptation, more chariot racing, supernatural powers, good guys, bad guys, scary guys, and time dancing all make this thrilling next-to-last edition of The Seventh Dimension series a great inspirational read." - Lisa, Goodreads

will she break down now? - S’more to Lose (The Campfire Series #2) by Beth Merlin

If you love Sophie Kinsella and Emily Giffin, you'll love this heartwarming sequel to One S'more Summer from a fresh voice in contemporary chick-lit that offers a lighthearted and fun take on life, love, and how to move forward without looking back.

not every lesson can be found in a book - Delayed Departure (Passports and Promises, #2) by Abigail Drake

"[A] different story, takes us on a Turkish adventure with Ms. Bethany Beaumont, a character who you can’t help but just fall in love with. Such a realistic character. A realistic character with real emotions and real feelings." - Alexis, Goodreads

Beauty. Romance. Power. - Crowned (Beholder, #4) by Christina Bauer

"Come join Elea on this magical journey to saving the ones she loves. Join her from the start with Cursed then on to Concealed and after that is Cherished and for her last journey there is Crowned. Let Elea take you on the most amazing magical journey of a lifetime. " - Nancy, Goodreads

Dammit! She’d made a huge mistake - Secrets (Stockholm Sleuth #2) by Christer Tholin

In the crime novella SECRETS?, fledgling private investigator Elin Bohlander takes on what looks like an easy assignment — at first: to determine if her client’s boyfriend is having an affair with another woman. 

dangerous consequences - I've Been Looking For You by Jennifer Dean

MAX: The new girl, the sarcastic asshole, the one who avoids getting attached to anyone.
EMILY: The golden girl, the rule-abiding rebel, the one who unknowingly craves something more.

No power is greater than the one you’re willing to sacrifice. - The Peradon Fantasy Series by Daccari Buchelli

"Phoenix, book one of The Peradon Fantasy Series, does not disappoint. It holds everything an avid reader of fantasy craves for. The scenes are luring, filled with intrigue and mystery. Your every emotion is drawn out of you as you move along the well plotted storyline.
I cannot wait to read the next book. Please read this! I highly recommend it." - R, Goodreads

She has no one to blame but herself - Flowers in Winter (Hart of Rock and Roll, #5) by Mary J. Williams

"Oh my! This is another one of Mary J. Williams’ wonderful books.
She has a way of describing characters, their emotions, their trains of thought, their doubts, and what ever else belongs to a breathing and feeling human being, that is quite unique." Andrea, Goodreads

he ultimate truth of good - Racine: The Sisterhood Stories by Alison Clarke

"This story is well written with a treasure trove of imagery and superb world building. You can tell the author took great care in crafting this story. I love a good craftswoman ;) Alison Clarke has a way of making the reader feel she is inhabiting the body of the main character. Everything Racine experienced made me feel like I was actually there with her in real time (and we all know that is the mark of an excellent book) " - Rebecca, Goodreads

an odyssey of sex, love, and parenting - Love and Other Hazards by Claudia Riess

"Claudia has written such a stirring book. This is a story anyone can relate to. I know I can. We're given a myriad of characters, each striving to survive the adversities they encounter every step of the way. [...] I couldn't put the book down, and was disappointed to see things end. Such a wonderful read!" - Lissette, Goodreads

There's something wrong with Rosewood Manor - Of Bells and Thorns (The Rose Master #2) by Valentina Cano

“In this Gothic fantasy, Cano evokes both Beauty and the Beast and Jane Eyre while creating something new and strange. Cano does a beautiful job of setting mood and atmosphere, and her characters dance around one another with relentless industry and brooding allure, fighting their inevitable attraction. This is a strong, satisfying effort.” ~Publishers Weekly on THE ROSE MASTER