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29. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: Sculptor's Desire (Gallant Gentlemen's Guild) by Kerry Adrienne
Sculptor's Desire is the second book in my Gallant Gentleman's Guild series. Set in an artist compound in New York City, my goal is to highlight the fun artists can have while working. The series is a light read--my intention is for the books to be an escape, not a treatise on the art world. Rocco, a sculptor, is lost. The shine has worn off his art and he's not happy. Brooding, grouchy, and [...]


29. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: Weatherhead by J.M. Hushour
Weatherhead is a story about how we remember those we have lost. It is also a story about how those we have lost tend to forget who they were and do nasty things like kidnap us out of our homes and squirrel us away to tormented, ruined cities in the center of wastelands until we bow to their tyrannical will and put them back together again. A widower is stolen out of his home by a gang of [...]


29. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: The Poem-Skull (The Invocations Book 1) by J.M. Hushour
What is the Poem-Skull? It's a novel where poetry is a superpower. I could probably say it is more speculative fiction than science fiction, or maybe just literary fiction, mostly because of the ninjas, kaiju, unearthly midgets, demons, sinister computer interfaces that make you the computer, evil corporations, gods, poets, skulls, and general weirdness justify this label as well. It follows [...]


29. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: The Last Fight (Ken Puckett Book 3) by John Sparks
"The Last Fight" is the third series in the life and Times of Ken Puckett. Ken was born in a small town in Kentucky, developing a love for sports as he competed in football and basketball for his school teams. But what he learned was that things didn't always go the way he had hoped in his journey to become a sports star in High School. Then one day he saw an Olympic boxer competing on television [...]


29. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: Alternate Currents by Arleen Alleman
This is the fourth Darcy Farthing adventure. This poignant contemporary story is thought-provoking and educational. Darcy is called to Seattle to help her friends Don and Charlie when their family is thrown into tragedy. First, Charlie and then their seven year old daughter, Penelope, disappear. Darcy becomes emersed in the unfamiliar legal and social world of domestic partners and assisted [...]


29. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: What the Eyes Don't See by Annie Allways
An explosive love triangle that ends in tragedy as three friends weave their webs of hopes and desires. After Rebecca's enforced return to Braxbridge, her birth town, she falls hopelessly in love with Dave, a long time friend. But who does Dave really love and what is his deep dark secret that even he doesn't realise? After a steamy and raunchy short term affair, will Dave eventually [...]


28. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: The Scary Girls by JD Kaplan
The Scary Girls is a novel about personal growth, self-discovery, magic and the power of music, all set in the modern world. Steeped in the impossible, the unlikely and the supernatural, it's a tale of mystery and a journey into an unknown world that exists around us, that most of us cannot see or comprehend. Trick MacKenzie is a musician. He's felt for a long time that he's floating through [...]


28. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: Kurinji Flowers by Clare Flynn
The idea for Kurinji Flowers came to me during a sleepless night in a hotel in South India. I started thinking about the people who may have stayed in the hotel when it first opened in the 1930s. I was haunted by these imaginary characters and while the story changed in many respects as I started to write it, the essence of those people and their lives stayed with me. Ginny is only 18 and a [...]


28. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: A Greater World by Clare Flynn
Elizabeth Morton and Michael Winterbourne come from different worlds and in normal circumstances should never have met. A tragic accident is the trigger for Michael to leave his small village, his fiancée and his life as a lead miner. A letter from her father in Australia asking her to join him in Sydney where he's lined up a husband for her sets Elizabeth's comfortable middle class world [...]


28. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: Coming Home (The Santa Monica Trilogy Book 2) by Jill Blake
Grace grew up believing that both her parents were dead. Turns out she was only half right. At twenty-two, she discovered that her father was alive, well, and living on the opposite coast. What's a girl to do, when she realizes her entire existence was based on a lie? Leave behind her calm, well-ordered world to seek the truth, of course. Break off her relationship with Logan, her first love, [...]


28. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: The Old Man and Me by R. C. Larlham
The Old Man and Me is my childhood to adult coming-of-age memoir about life in the 1940s and 1950s. Told in short story form, the fifty-three chapters concentrate on my relationship with my father (The Old Man), and to a lesser degree with the rest of my family and my schoolmates. I began writing about this relationship convinced that I had been the victim of unfair parenting and demands far [...]


28. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: The Old Man and Me Book 2 - Things I Didn't Get to Tell You the First Time by R. C. Larlham
The Old Man and Me - Book II: Stories I Didn't Get To Tell You the First Time is an overlapping sequel to the original "The Old Man and Me." Set mostly in high school, college, the Army and college again (well, I had to finish) followed by Grad School, this second of an envisioned three volume set of memoirs told as short stories, was written in part to explore the memories that re-reading Book I [...]


28. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: Forgiveness in Recovery by Ken Montrose
Written for people new to recovery, this workbook helps the reader develop a realistic outlook on forgiveness. Basic, and sometimes difficult, truths discussed in Forgiveness include: • The people we hope will forgive us don't have to. They get to set their own criteria for forgiveness. Sometimes their terms will be reasonable, sometimes not. Some people will never forgive us. • Seeing [...]


28. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: Home Groupies II by Ken Montrose
Like its predecessor, Home Groupies II is a 'thought for the day' book in the form of a novella. The lives of the core characters give rise to the daily messages. Also like its predecessor, Home Groupies II has a message, characters, and a plot. I know you will enjoy all three again. Excerpts: "If a tree falls on you in the woods, but nobody else hears it, you still get hurt." --- [...]


27. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: See Bride Run! by Charlotte Hughes
This book is a romantic comedy and it is a sweet easy to read book that can lift you up. Like many of my books there is an ensemble cast of fun characters but it is a classic romance as a basic plotline. Atlanta heiress Annie Hartford is the heroine, and as the only surviving child of a controlling father, she has not very been accustomed to making her own choices. However when he choses a [...]


27. Jan 2015
★★★★★
Book: CLOSURE (Zachary Taylor. Book 1) by Larry Quartley
"A story that twists and turns its way to an excellent conclusion" says 5★ reviewer. North London, 2003. Three police officers are murdered when caught up in a shooting frenzy between rival drug gangs. Detective Zachary Taylor was among the first to arrive at the bloodbath. He worked the case – desperate for a conviction but in the end his chief suspect, James Black, and the faceless [...]



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