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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.

Thursday, February 20, 2020

will they ever be free? Bound to Morocco (Morocco #1) by Leslie Hachtel

"I enjoyed this book. Its fast-paced storyline keeps the reader involved and interested. It's a romance but much more than that. It has mystery, intrigue, and thrills. Morocco is like a picture painted for the background of the story."Patricia, Goodreads

gold, art, and priceless artifacts... The Lost Train by Seth Crossman


"A thoroughly enjoyable bit of escapism that would leave Indiana Jones totally jealous." Doug Yonce, Goodreads



This is not what she signed up to do - Tutus & Cowboy Boots Series by Casey Peeler

"If you are looking for a sweet story about southern life that leaves you smiling, make you feel good happy then look no further than Peeler’s Tutus and Cowboy Boots. It’s what she does best!" Emily, Goodreads

a secret society of wraiths wants her killed or worse - A Glimmer of Ghosts (The Hell Gate #1) by Hunter J. Skye

One night of filming in the wrong cemetery changes everything for a celebrity ghost-hunter with a half-dead brain...



Wednesday, February 19, 2020

destined to remain an outcast? Forsaken by Luna Black


Jocelynn must learn to survive in a world that sees her as an abomination.



a town filled with liars... Run Girl Run (Harry Hunter Mystery #2) by Willow Rose

"Willow Rose is amazing! This second book in this series is another edge of your seat thriller. There are storylines within storylines that not only have you guessing what the next move will be, but you are dealing with clues that go awry and lots of twists and turns you just can't believe." Merry C., Goodreads

for all of those reasons... Silver in the City Series by A.D. Ellis

"This book is fantastic. I was captivated from the beginning. AD Ellis writes such beautiful and interesting characters and this book is full of them plus the story line draws you in." Shelley, Goodreads


Beauty is more than skin deep. - Beast by J.A. Wynters

"Beast by J.A. Wynters is a powerfully dark story of longing, betrayal, and love. [...] Overall, a great book and though intense it does have a feel-good ending." Suzannah, Goodreads


A duel to the death. - Coliseum Arcanist (Frith Chronicles #3) by Shami Stovall

"Absolutely brilliant." - Archaeolibrarian for Knightmare Arcanist (Frith Chronicles, #1)
"With a thoroughly satisfying ending that hints at an incredible future for the series, Dread Pirate Arcanist is an unequivocal triumph." - ManyBooks for Dread Pirate Arcanist (Frith Chronicles, #2)

A Mystery unfolds... Pepperoni Pizza Pinching Chimps by Tracey C Ayres


A Mystery unfolds when pizza delivery boys along with their pizzas keep disappearing, mostly pepperoni pizzas...



Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Lying to cover my past - (The Phoenix Club Girl Diaries #2) by Addison Jane

"This book was everything I hoped it would be and so much more. [...] two broken soles come together in a story filled with love, steam, action, and jaw-dropping twists. Five stars aren't enough for this one." Teagan, Goodreads


The Demigod Complex (Brimstone Inc. #1) by Abigail Owen


Goddesses save her, because Castor has stolen into Lyleia’s heart, and she’s not so sure she can hold out much longer...


What if... Adventures of Death, Reincarnation and Annihilation by Francis H. Powell



What if the human race was considered irrelevant and then each being was just uploaded then locked away on hard drives called "brain pods"?


Is he just another ... Putin's Useful Idiot by Kenyon Kane

November 1984, Richard Hart lands at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport carrying a dossier he doesn’t have security clearance to open, a map of Moscow missing most of the street names, five ten-dollar bills (probably dyed with invisible ink) ...



Strange Girls - A Women in Horror Anthology with stories selected by Azurra Nox


In Strange Girls, twenty-one authors dare to tackle what makes the girls in this collection different.



the truth that could divide - The Neighbor (The O’Connells, #1) by Lorhainne Eckhart

"The strong, realistic and very relatable characters in this book drew me into their story and held me captivated until I read the very last page. I look forward to reading the other books in this series, to discover more about each member of the O’Connell family and the family dynamics and connections." - Rebmay, Goodreads


a timeless love… The Lady is Trouble (League of Lords #1) by Tracy Sumner


“Delicious and amusing…witty dialogue, sparkling humor and a snappy narrative. A must read!” —The Best Reviews



An outstanding page-turner - The Legacy #1 by Brandyn Cross


Denied the ability to interact with other kids in his everyday life, Brandy finds refuge within the confines of the Internet in his early stages, where it appealed primarily to the outcasts, and a close group of virtual teen friends.

Scars & Sins (Brooklyn Brothers, #2) by Melanie Munton

We’re not Romeo and Juliet. They both died. And I refuse to let anything happen to Roxy. I have to protect her. From my family. From hers.


A mess of lovely darkness... Creeping Beautiful J.A. Huss


18++ "Creeping Beautiful has been one hell of an awesome ride, I can just imagine how twice of a mind-freaking-blowing the rest of this phenomenal series is going to be!!" Avephoenix, Goodreads


is the damage too deep? Forever Summer by Nicole Bea


"Forever Summer is a lighthearted read that filled my heart with hope for the future and love for its characters. If you're familiar with Nicholas Sparks or Morgan Matson, this book might be just up your alley." Desirae C., Goodreads

A monster lurks in the Mermaid Cove - Dagana: The Last Mermaid by Kody Boye

Jessica Pruitt has lived her life along the shores of Mermaid Cove in relative peace. However, her parents have been fighting -- and on a day just like any other, a routine trip to the beach, and the argument that follows, will change Jessica's life forever.

Until us... Halcyon by C.L. Donley


The Halcyon program has only grown in respect and mystique over their now fifteen years of matchmaking. 


they are about to collide - The Pool Boy's Beatitude by DJ Swykert

"A thinking man’s romance novel, The Pool Boy’s Beatitude creates a character you long to hate and makes you love him… and makes him love someone else… and makes it work. Collision—it’s inevitable. Enjoy." Sheila, Goodreads

When Y E S becomes a trap... The Last Merry Go Round by C.L. Charlesworth

"This is not a book that is gentle in any way, shape, or form. It is something that you may have to read a bit of, put down, and come back to it later. It is all about life’s lessons, and how to deal with them." Bonnie, Goodreads

Monday, February 17, 2020

Midnight Sons Series by Carmen DeSousa


"This story is packed with action and emotion, making it ideal for just about any reader." - Darcia H., Goodreads


Review - On the Devil's Side of Heaven by Roger Peppercorn

Survival means putting their past in front of them and their differences aside because in this world the only thing that matters is to cast not others on the devil’s side of heaven, lest you be cast in with them.



Review - All Geek to Me (Words for Nerds, #1) by Allie York


Things are great until a little self-doubt has Noralee wanting to run away. 
Can Wyatt convince her that he can be her real-life superhero?

Review and more! - Scion: Book II: House of Ruin (Scion #2) by Miriam Newman


I suppose you could say that I have three inseparable interests:  the past, the future, and romance.


Review - Dear Wallflower by Sara Secora

Unlock your imagination and open the storybook of your soul as you cross the great divide between romanticism and reality. The bewildering depths of spirit lie in wait for those brave enough to take that imperative first step within.

Just when she thinks she has everything under control - Amber Waves of Grace by Jessica Berg

"I must say this is one of the most impressive first reads that I have read in some time, it's words were captivating and rich with feeling, and it's characters were so easy to love. There is so much to love between the pages here, it's perfectly penned words brought me joy, tugged on my heartstrings, and renewed my faith in the kindness of strangers. Highly recommend!" Misty, Goodreads

more than enough to worry about - Ancestral Whispers (The Peak District Mysteries#9) by Jo A Hiestand

"There are enough twists and turns and hints in this story that I’m sure you’ll “think” you can figure out the “who-dun-it” part before the end. But I bet not. [...] I do not think there would be any problem reading it as a stand-alone. The only problem I can see would be in not reading it. Make sure you do so." Kathy, Goodreads

Saturday, February 15, 2020

unlikely lovers... Renewed (The Matawapit Family #4) by Maggie Blackbird


When two former enemies fall in love, family secrets threaten to destroy their fragile union and everything they hold dear. 

Grand Finale for The Fifth Avenue Story Society by Rachel Hauck

Wat was your motivation behind THE FIFTH AVENUE STORY SOCIETY? Why did you want to write it?
The idea came after I spoke to a local writers group. One of the leaders mentioned their "story circles" and an idea was born. The Story Circle was the original title and had seven characters instead of five. But from the beginning it was about a group of strangers discovering who they were as they told their stories. The idea hit me so profoundly I went home from the meeting and wrote a synopsis in minutes and fired it off to my agent. He wrote back, "Love it!" The story felt right. I could "see" it so I knew I had to write it. Launch - Author Interview

GRAND FINALE for Always the One (Meet Me at the Altar #4) by Tara Randel

. . . In Always the One, book 4 in the series, we get Derrick’s story. He lost the woman he loved years ago, but then fate brings them together. He should be excited, right? But Hannah isn’t exactly welcoming, with good reason. Still, he’s a Matthews and won’t quit until he convinces her they belong together. Will they find their happily ever after? Not only do we get that answer, but a recap of the Matthews clan as well. 
I hope you enjoy Derrick and Hannah’s story.
—Tara - Launch - Note from the Author

Friday, February 14, 2020

love, hope, healing and discipline... The Game Plan Series by Breanna Hayse

18++ The book that began the Contemporary Age-Play Phenomenon is Back and it's BIGGER AND BETTER than EVER!
#1 Multi-Genre Best Selling Author Breanna Hayse brings you The Game Plan:
A story of love, hope, healing and discipline under the power of an age-play relationship.

Claimed: Dark Breed of the Lycans (Dark Immortal Flames #1) by LaSasha Flame

Discover A Scorching New World of Immortals in Lasasha Flame’s Tale Claimed: Dark Breeds of the Lycans, The first installment of The Dark Immortal Flames Series... Coming Soon


bad boys and strong women - Restart in Bristol (Racing Hearts of Serenity #3) by Sedona Hutton

He’s a hot mess.
She wants stability. Will these childhood sweethearts risk another pass at love? 


for their lives and their love... - Cherokee Summer by Susan Antony

"This new adult romance warms the heart with sweet, first love nostalgic feelings while keeping readers glued to the pages with all the obstacles that are thrown in the way of these strong, captivating characters." InD'tale Magazine, Goodreads


Thursday, February 13, 2020

Romance is in the Air Giveaway HP (INTL)


Welcome to the

Romance is in the Air

GIVEAWAY HOP!

REVIEW - The Kiss List (Love List #1) by Sonya Weiss



Her parents knew they were soul mates at their first kiss, so surely Haley will know the same. All she needs to do is…well, kiss each of these guys…


a wish made during a full moon... Western Wishes by Susan Horsnell

How could any man possibly be interested in her when she considers herself too tall, too plain and not curvy enough? Ahead of curls which refuse to be tamed also don’t help.


Forget what you think you know. - The Camouflaged Series by David J. Englund

"The book is thoroughly entertaining. The unlikely alien friendships, the scientific details and technological justifications behind the incidents portrayed, the witty lines, are all a treat to read. The pace was brisk and engaging. " Just another reader, Goodreads

he can hear and see ghosts - Ghost Hunters: Bones in the Wall by Susan McCauley



Sanity is totally overrated - Love in the Suburbs Series by D.E. Haggerty

"I highly recommend this romantic comedy/contemporary romance! You will laugh-out-loud and be cheering Frankie on throughout. I am anxiously awaiting the next book in this series." Avonna, Goodreads (#1)


The Galaxy is Filled with Humans…Here Comes Earth Series by William Lee Gordon


Where did mankind really come from? Why are we here?
We can’t understand the past until we embrace the future.


following your dreams... A Light in the Darkness by Lisa A. Sniderman

An inspirational story of the healing power of music, creativity, following your dreams and finding your true purpose.


not a traditional romance... Destroyed (Omega’s Destruction #3) by Eva Dresden

18++ "What an amazing conclusion to this thrilling series by Eva Dresden! [...] The raw emotion that pours from the pages of this book is truly staggering and a testament to Ms. Dresden's undeniable talent. The struggle that this couple goes through to get to their HEA, both emotionally and physically is intense." Darkreads, Goodreads

A reason to live. - Beautifully Broken by Bailey B.

"Beautifully Broken by Baily B was emotional as Rex and Piper deal with so much and yet when they were together it was unbelievably sweet. But their journey is not an easy one. I was captivated by this story from start to finish." Reviews from the Heart, Kimberly, Goodreads


Tuesday, February 11, 2020

he's determined to capture her - Defying the Relic Hunter (Coletti Warlords #11) by Gail Koger

"Fun, funny, fast paced and steamy. Ethan and Kizzy, get some help from Quinn and Xenia, Uncle Saul, and Adan. Love this series. I know I will get a fun laugh out loud story." Annie, Goodreads