Three Sisters, Three Queens (The Plantagenet and Tudor Novels, #8) by Philippa Gregory
User review: Engaging but very repetitive
Lost King: The Chosen by Lola Gabriel
User review: Lost King by Lola Gabriel is an amazing story that I have loved reading. This is story is about a shifter fox and a king with twist and turns threw the whole amazing story. I highly recommend this story to everyone who love reading about shifters, 18+ only, dark ,contemporary and paranormal roman...
Blood in the Dust by Bill Swiggs
User review: ‘Blood in the Dust’ takes you vividly into the Australian outback of the 1800s and the narrative weaves two stories – it begins with a traumatic experience at the family home of Toby and Patrick, where they brutally lose their parents. Weaved into this is the arrival of two families from England,...
The Winter Sisters by Tim Westover
User review: My Cup of Tea
This story handily encompasses a number of my passions, including medical and American history. Within the complexities of human healing, the roles of "witchcraft," herbalism, contemporary medicine, and spiritually intertwine. The illustration of these roles by Westover is near perfe...
Daily Rituals: How Artists Work by Mason Currey
User review: A fascinating book with short profiles of famous authors and artists of their daily habits in setting about their creative ways. Though not a lot of description here it is none the less interesting how these individuals organize and set their routines surrounding their work. Some are very specifi...
Passion Favors the Bold (The Royal Rewards #2) by Theresa Romain
User review: I'm really pleasantly surprised by how much I loved this!! Definitely, definitely my second favorite Theresa Romain after Season for Surrender, featuring a scenario that's just as fun and a couple almost as perfectly matched. I loved the slow build of attraction between Georgie and Hugo, the madc...
Attack of the Demon Dinner Ladies (Baby Aliens, #4) by Pamela Butchart
User review: Izzy and her friends Amy, Maisie, Jodi and Zach notice strange goings on all related to their dinnerladies and start to investigate what is happening after making the links which cause a series of bizarre incidents to occur.
As my mum is a dinner lady, we both read this book and both found it hila...
Killer Cruise (A Rachel Prince Mystery Book 3) by Dawn Brookes
User review: This is the first book by this author that I have read/listened to but I quite enjoyed it. It is a nice clean mystery with out any really violence, well except the murder. This is book three and obviously a lot of the characters appear in the previous books but it was still enjoy able if you have...
Wylde Fire (100 Proof, #1) by Sarah Robinson
User review: I always enjoy a good fake relationship story and Wylde Fire was just that – a good story. There was a lot to like about the characters, and a lot that I found irritating, but in the end, I was happy to see Sam and Holly get their happy ever after.
Both Sam and Holly are carrying around baggage. M...
Neat by Kandi Steiner
User review: ARC REVIEW
Emotional. Captivating. All-around Awesome.
We are back in one of the best southern worlds ever created y’all!
‘Neat’ is the second book about the crazy Becker Brothers, and this time we are falling for the logical and nerdy Logan.
If you love books that will make you dream of worlds only...
Hope's Highest Mountain (Heirs of Montana, #1) by Misty M. Beller
User review: Hope’s Highest Mountain
By Misty M. Beller
Ingrid Chastain decides to travel with her father to deliver vaccines to a small town in the Montana Territory. Winter is approaching and as the weather changes travel becomes riskier. The people who are suffering drives Ingrid and her father on however u...
Autumn Alibi (A Wiccan Wheel Mystery #6) by Jennifer David Hesse
User review: Series: A Wiccan Wheel Mystery - Book 6
Author: Jennifer David Hesse
Genre: Cozy Mystery/Paranormal/Witch
Publisher: Kensington Books
Page Count: 368
Publishing Date: September 24th, 2019
The much anticipated cozy book addition to the “A Wiccan Wheel Mystery” series from Kensington books hits stores...
With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo
User review: I knew I was in for a treat when I first heard about With the Fire on High. It was one of those books that I knew I had to read from the title and description alone. The fact that the cover was absolutely to die for didn't hurt either!
Emoni is juggling being a teenager, a mother and caregiver. Sh...
Sleeping Beauty (Timeless Fairy Tales, #8) by K.M. Shea
User review: Absolutely loved this retelling of Sleeping Beauty! The character of Briar Rose is so strong and independent, love her relationship with Isaiah! Think o was shouting at the book to just make him try to kiss her and break the spell. It's interesting to hear more about the country and how people ar...