WOW – the sex scenes in this book are even hotter than 50 Shades! They’re absolutely delicious and each one is perfectly pitched.Continue reading Raven’s Cry by Charlie Nottingham
Ok, so, let me start by saying this is not my usual genre. I usually read fast paced thrillers, but despite the change of tone, I was hooked to the end!Continue reading Deadly Diagnosis by Mairi Chong
Credit where credit’s due, the writing in this anthology is exquisite, poetic even. I would compare it to the writings of Sylvia Plath.Continue reading Without Expiration: A Personal Anthology by William R. Hincy
What a whirlwind of a book! So many characters and sub plots, and so much going on…. (don’t worry there are never spoilers in my reviews)
It’s set in 2040, where a huge corporations has basically taken over the lives of just about everyone on the planet, and there’s a big scheme to take them down during their biggest ever event. And while that is a story in and of itself, there’s a whole lot more going on…Continue reading Pulse by B.A.Bellec
Gotta love a book with multiple storylines – it’s like reading several books at once – and then at the end, it all comes together for the main event!
The shocking first story line begins with a crime scene. The bodies of a reverend and his two children are discovered, and the mother is nowhere to be found. Interestingly, a partial print of the culprit is found that matches 3 different identities on the police database.Continue reading Salvation Station by Kathryn Schleich
A delivery man hands over a package, only to be asked “Did you deliver the package, or did the package deliver you?” And this sets the tone for the remainder of the book. Continue reading God’s Debris – A Thought Experiment – by Scott Adams.
When I read the synopsis for this book, I thought “Aah, here’s a story with some oomph!” The book starts with the line “Perry Mason unzipped his pants…” and I thought “I didn’t think it was that sort of a book!” There were no erotic scenes though, but there was drama and violence aplenty! Continue reading The Last Straw by Ed Duncan.
This is hands-down the most action-packed biography I have ever read! And it’s almost the most egotistical and narcissistic sounding biography I have ever read!
I love thrillers – but I chose this one because I thought it would start out all light-hearted, heart-warming and fluffy. And it was a tale that included friendship, but the friendship the book is really about is not the one you’d expect. Continue reading Too Close by Natalie Daniels.