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.

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations… Often (Iron Orchids #4) by Danielle Norman

"I have to also comment on the creepy/thrilling vibe in this one. As opposed to the other books in the series, I love the added mystery around the plot and it genuinely sparked an interest and quickly became a page-turner! I've always loved playing a little Nancy Drew in the books I read and was hooked on every single word the author written. " - Natshane, Goodreads

I can’t let her get away again - Color Blind (Fans of Football #1) by Leigh Lennon

A bond. A connection. Our difference in color didn’t matter; we were made for each other. A love so strong nothing could come between us—until someone did.
Here I am, face to face with the one that got away, the one that abandoned me, the one no other woman could measure up to. 

This time, it’s gotten personal. - Sink or Swim (Vampire Favors #4) by Emily Cyr

Sink or Swim is the fourth book in the Vampire Favors series. This is a series that gets you hooked in the very first book and continues to surprise and excite through each and every book. Much like Addison and her donut dependency, every time a new book comes out, I devour it. Melanie, Amazon

euphoric flights of fantasy consume lawyers in love - Kinky Briefs, Cinque by Seelie Kay

18++ Take a kinky romp through Lawyerland, where erotic encounters, sizzling partnerships, and euphoric flights of fantasy consume lawyers in love!

the darkness of the world - The Culling by Sian B. Claven

"Ms. Claven definitely knows how to write a great horror story. The Culling being her 4th published book is the best so far, in my opinion. 
We are given generous amounts of gore and enough images to make you sleep with the light on." Karen, Goodreads

a speech that a philosopher died to tell - The Phoenix Cycle: The Best Shall Rise by Bob Collopy

"I was genuinely enthralled from start to finish learning about this crazy society, their leaders, their heroes, and how the rebellion against The Inner Circle got off the ground!" - Emily, Goodreads

What she knows could kill her - The Girl Who Knew Da Vinci (Out of Time #1) by Belle Ami

What she knows could kill her.
In the spirit of The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown and Shadows of the Stone Benders by K. Patrick Donoghue The Girl Who Knew Da Vinci by Belle Ami unravels an unforgettable mystery.

a secret comes to light - The Fake Fiance Groom (Texas Titan Romances) by Taylor Hart

When a secret comes to light and she is forced to tell the truth, she has to make a choice—walk away or risk losing the only thing that’s ever been real.

the day everything changes - Distraction (Distraction #1) by Angela McPherson

18+ "Distraction was such an easy read ! I read the book in two days, it was so hard to put it down. I wanted… no I needed, to know what was about to happen. You feel very close to those characters, and you want everything to turn okay for them. I don’t want to give anything away, but this is one of those stories where you feel just happy and warm and fuzzy inside. We need books like those, folks. Some romance is just good for the heart." - Ingrid, Goodreads

Romance is destined; war has come - Angels & Demons: The Series by Megan Linski

"Epic adventure, danger, mystery, suspense and emotionally thrilling roller-coaster ride of a journey in the war between Angels and Demons. What more could you really ask for. Loved this amazing series. " - Cali, Goodreads

the perfect chance for evil to step in - Angel of Night (Angels of London #3) by L.L. Hunter

In the final installment of the Angels of London series, can the Nephilim defeat this rising threat, or will darkness consume them all?

Flower Dog Man: A Primer (The Awareness Series) by Kirk Abner

•"This might just be the best most enlightening read I've read in 63 years"- Phil B Nashville
•Your testimony is great and should be heard or read by many. In my opinion, you are right on target!"- Dr Roy Nicks, former President of East Tennessee State University and Chancellor of the Tennessee Board of Regents

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

There are reasons - Part-Time Husband (Trophy Husbands #1) by Noelle Adams

"Such a sexy most amazing sensational tale. I thoroughly loved all these most fabulous characters throughout. I completely loved it so much. Congratulations Noelle Adams!!" Maree, Goodreads

he will risk the future she’s been waiting for - Inclined to Scandal by Zoe Mullins

18++  Lady Georgiana Knolls is a misfit in proper society, only there because her brother insists she have a Season and learn what it means to be ‘a lady’. The rules and etiquette forced upon unmarried women of her class are stifling and she breaks them more often and more publicly than is wise.

This time I fear I will not survive it - The Hidden Necromancer Series by Rhiannon Frater

"Betrayal, friendship, family, it's all there. So much happens it left me shocked. What an ending! I absolutely loved it. [...] n astonishing must-read zombie series that's gripping as well as mesmerizing all at the same time. Very well done." - Alexia, Goodreads

losing each other…The Darkest Warrior (Lords of the Underworld #14) by Gena Showalter

He is ice…
She is fire…
Together they burn.

Review - Cinderella’s Inferno (Cinderella, Necromancer #2) by F.M. Boughan

"Cinderella’s Inferno starts after two years in which the main protagonist had time and many occasions to use her powers, to gain their control and decide the way in which she wants to use them. But this was a process that went in both directions. The powers changed her too. So, it’s time for our Cinderella to go on a self-discovery journey." - Mythical Books

he must write his way to freedom - Incognolio by Michael Sussman

"Incognolio, is a seriously-funny, hilariously-dramatic novel which follows an author in search of a story, displaying the advantages and misgivings of being a writer. [...] 
Incognolio is full of well rounded corners and square-circles: Joyce-like invented words, with plots and sub-plots that come and go as they please. The book has depth and its fun—a rare combination. I highly recommend this book to readers in search of fresh air. " - Art, Goodreads

Success is not an accident. - Keys to Success from a Completely Unsuccessful Person by Joel C Cunningham

Perhaps most importantly, I believe that although my hand was forced to publish this book of unrefined nonsense by Joel and my superiors, Joel will finally be exposed to the world for who he really is--a completely unsuccessful person.

a destiny she believed was hers - Trazer: Kids of Stolen Tomorrow by Joseph O. Adegboyega-Edun

The Dystopian Thriller that Will Pull You Into a Breathtaking World of Yoruba Mythology and Magic!

she got more than she bargained for - Gumshoe Girl by Andi Ramos

How does she feel when an old high school friend hopes to ignite a new romance?
Will she be able to discover if detective work and love can mingle before someone gets hurt?

just a virus... Still Life by Isobel Hart

"This book is way outside the genre I usually read, but I really enjoyed it! It all seemed very real to me and I loved the fast pace which contained lots of suspense as well as drama. Samantha is a great character - very true to life. There is a sequel to this book, but the ending is such that it can be read as stand-alone (though I think most people will be eagerly awaiting the next book!)" Emmabboks, Goodreads

a strange darkness ... The Chronicles of Royal High: The Lost Noble by R. Litfin

In the world of Edenarth, faerie technology has advanced the realms immeasurably. Crystal ball communications, magic mirror displays, and portals for fast travels are just some of the things that faeries have engineered to allow for human consumption – at the right price, of course.

Mayhem was close... Renegade (Blood Of The Custodians #2) by Sharonlee Holder

"Sharonlee Holder does it again with Renegade, book 2 in The Blood of The Custodians, she hits us right in the feels. I mean ALL of the feels. Holder will run your emotions from anger to frustration and inevitably tears. She has a way of giving you a story that will tug on your heart strings as well. " Stephanie, Goodreads

Time nearly runs out - Under the Radar by Dee J. Adams

"Wow! What an emotional, suspenseful, romantic ride that was! It had everything you could ever want in a story and then some!" Bookingwithme, Goodreads

Heartbeats and humanity - Eternity's Awakening (The Vein Chronicles #3) by Anne Malcom

Heartbeats had a pesky way of complicating things.
They almost always came with the nasty side effect of humanity and finally... death.
Since Thorne came into my life, I'd been plagued with both

some momentous decisions had been made... Winter Flowers (The Flowers Series #2) by Tani Hanes

Cover Reveal
What ever happened to Pete and Daisy? 

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

The next phase of human evolution - Milijun by Clayton Graham

"Page after page flew by and I found myself drawn more and more into the story. The world building is amazing. The story fast paced and well-defined. Although I didn’t finish the book in one sitting as I normally do when I fall in love with a story, Milijun is something that needed to be pondered. " - Cranky, Goodreads

Doms of Decadence by Laylah Roberts

If you’re 18 or over then come on in and enjoy. - Laylah Roberts

For nearly a year, they’ve been at war. - Sundays are for Hangovers by K. Webster, J.D. Hollyfield

"I have been looking forward to this one for a while as I love enemies to lovers stories and what better way to be an enemy than a warring neighbor. Also what was cool about this one was it was like a gender reversal as the nerdy character was the guy in this book rather than the female which was nice to read for a change. This book also steps away from the dark fiction and edgier reads that we know K. Webster for." - Paula, Goodreads

could he be innocent? Victimly Insane: The Frank Jarvis Atwood Interview by George Kayer

Follow along with the interviewer as he describes how it feels to enter death row's haunted hallway and peer over the frenetic edge into this bizarre and complex conversation with Frank J. Atwood. 

they have to stay alive… The Surviving Girls (Hidden Sins #3) by Katee Robert

This is a must read summer read!” —Book Him Danno
Robert takes the story to an unexpected revelation of who the real killer is and the trip there is highly entertaining in a hang on to your chair kind of way. Every Robert book I’ve read has been filled with well defined, gritty characters and a well-paced plot. The women aren’t Cinderallas and the Princes Charming have an edge to them. Just the way I like it.” —Jeep Diva

He is a rule breaker... Dating Rules (Serendipity # 2) by Keeley Holmes

"I absolutely adore the characters in this series. [...] This book will make you want to find your own sexy singer who will pull out all the stops to win over your heart. Well done Keeley Holmes! I'm looking forward to the next book!" Sarah, Goodreads

he inserts himself effortlessly into my life - Kenzie and The Guy Next Door (Scandalous #4) by R. Linda

I’m sure he’s a complication I definitely don’t need. But then he inserts himself effortlessly into my life, becoming my hero, my saviour, and someone my son can look up to, and I realize how much I actually need him.

centuries of rage on his side - Torched (Dark Kings #13) by Donna Grant

“Donna Grant continues to build on the series... there is an attachment to the characters that you don't want to end.” ―San Francisco Book Review on Soul Scorched

One bad-ass man with... The Boyfriend Experience (Jordan’s Game #3) by J.A. Huss

"This was such a fun read! I always say that I love that I never know what I'm going to get with this author and she just proves it time and again. [...] You'll be in for one entertaining experience with Oaklee and Lawton that will have you laughing and you get to see some familiar faces. " Mindy, Goodreads

She fits his needs admirably - You Never Forget Your First Earl (The Worthingtons #5) by Ella Quinn

"You Never Forget Your First Earl is just a brilliant read. I loved everything about this story from the strong and lovey Heroine of Elizabeth Turley and Geoffrey. [...] This story made me smile a lot and I really enjoyed whiling a few hours it took to read this book. I will be adding a copy to my keeper list to read it again. I recommend this book all to enjoy. " - Patricia, Goodreads

the gods of Greek legend returned to the world... Storm of the Gods (Areios Brothers #1) by Amy Braun

Cover Reveal
The first in a brand new urban fantasy series where gods roam and mortals fight, STORM OF THE GODS follows two brothers who are caught in a conspiracy revolving around ancient artifacts, and find themselves siding with their supposed enemies rather than the Olympian who demands their loyalty…

Cover Reveal - Magic Harvest by Mary Karlik

Cover Reveal
Young fae girls are disappearing.

Magic in the human world is disastrous.

Only someone who belongs to both worlds can find the truth.

Monday, May 28, 2018

Now, we can love him even more - Solo: A Star Wars Story - Film Review

Prequel film that shuns away the bad reputation of a prequel because it's good.
This "Star Wars Story" is much better than a couple of the films of the series and everybody who loved Han Solo can now love him even more.

Boundaries will be tested, loyalties questioned - Renegade (Blood Of The Custodians #2) by Sharonlee Holder

"Sharonlee Holder does it again with Renegade, book 2 in The Blood of The Custodians, she hits us right in the feels. I mean ALL of the feels. Holder will run your emotions from anger to frustration and inevitably tears. She has a way of giving you a story that will tug on your heart strings as well. " Stephanie, Goodreads

a decision that will test her limits - Deadly Shadow (The Assassin Chronicles #1) by Kim Cresswell

"Another amazing book/series by Kim!! I can't wait for the next one! I loved the characters and felt every emotion as I read!! " - Mary, Goodreads
"I absolutely loved this book! It had me on the edge of my seat! Can't wait to read the next one." - Greta, Goodreads

see what being a hero is REALLY all about! - Isaac Comett series by R.T. Driver

"A Good Mashup of Anime and Sci-Fi Story Telling" - Flipino Fuego
"Looking Forward to More!" - Ms. Chea
"The pace is perfect, the reading is very comfortable, and the material is appropriate for all ages. Although this book is geared towards...young adults, I...couldn't put it down! I definitely recommend this suspenseful book to everyone who enjoys a good read." -Mrs. Wygant

one woman he quite likely can't resist - Last Orders: A Buffalo Steampunk Adventure by Laura Strickland

The last thing he needs in his life is a rule-bending, steam-cannon-toting, unpredictable female like Ginny Landry, a woman who could possibly bring down his career and the one woman he quite likely can't resist.

secrets, lies, and deadly enemies... Unmerciful (The Forbidden Bond #3) by Cat Miller

"Cat Miller is an expert on love. Seriously. Unmerciful is a tribute to how well she is able to brand our hearts and souls with the characters she has so carefully created. [...] It is imperative that you grab this book and sink back into Vampire Nation, a hot bath and a glass of wine are optional but strongly recommended." - Julia, Goodreads

nightmares and faulty memories - Hidden by Brandi Janai

"Wow. What a journey I just took! [...]
This is not only a good book. It deals with topics that many women pretend not to care about, or won't face. Brilliant work, this." Elsa, Goodreads

Their day of reckoning is at hand - A Pilgrimage to Death by Alexa Padgett

"I don't usually particularly like mysteries, but this one was AMAZING! I've read everything else by this author, and loved them, and she did not disappoint this time! The story caught my attention from the first; and I could not guess "who done it"!" - Jennifer, Goodreads

Argos: The Story of Odysseus as Told by His Loyal Dog by Ralph Hardy

Hand this one to die-hard readers of the “Percy Jackson” series who are looking for a more traditional rendition of the Greek tales. ―School Library Journal
Inventive retelling of Homer’s Odyssey ―ALA Booklist
Argos offers mythology-loving 9- to 12-year-olds a fresh point of access to the great story. ―Wall Street Journal

how individuals and organizations might react... The Multima Scheme by Gary D. McGugan

Using his knowledge of how large multinationals operate – accumulated over 40 years working with major corporations around the world – author Gary D. McGugan weaves a tale of intrigue using a writing style that readers will find hard to put down once started.

beating the odds... Pink Slips by Emma J. Wolfe

They say you can’t have it all, and the events of the last few months seem to be trying to prove that. Hope’s not ready to give up, however. After all, where is it written that a woman must choose between passionate love and an exciting career?