Book Tour: Chance by Carolym M Bowen

About Chance High-powered Atlanta attorney Sydney Jones never backs down from a case. So when her bodyguard and boyfriend is accused of murder, she’s determined to fight for him in court. Instead, the charges are suddenly dismissed, and he vanishes without a trace… Suspecting CIA involvement, Sydney takes on a lawsuit with Chinese Black SocietyContinue reading “Book Tour: Chance by Carolym M Bowen”

Book review: Inside the Secret Life of Fairies: Where Dreams Come True by Maggie Hamilton

What is it about fairies that enchants us so? Where do these elusive beings live, and what do they do? Why is it some see fairies and others do not? What’s the truth about glamour? And why when they promise your dreams will come true, do fairies grant three wishes? Maggie Hamilton has spent a decade exploringContinue reading “Book review: Inside the Secret Life of Fairies: Where Dreams Come True by Maggie Hamilton”

Book Review: Hallowed Ground by Paul Twivy

I am delighted to have been invited to join Rachel’s Random Resources book tour of Hallowed Ground by Paul Twivy. About Hallowed Ground This magical story is inspired by the most haunting and least explored country in the world – Namibia – with its foggy skeleton coasts; buried goldmines, shocking secrets and awe-inspiring sand dunes.Continue reading “Book Review: Hallowed Ground by Paul Twivy”

Blackthorn Book Tours Review: Rose by Rami Ungar

  Rose Taggert awakens in a greenhouse with no clear memory of the past two years and, to her horror, finds her body transformed into an unrecognizable form. Paris Kuyper has convinced Rose that they are lovers and as Paris could not bear for her to die, he has used an ancient and dark magic to saveContinue reading “Blackthorn Book Tours Review: Rose by Rami Ungar”

Book review: Stone Circle by Kate Murdoch

About Stone Circle Is the Ability to Read Minds a Blessing or a Curse? When Antonius’s father dies, he must work to support his family. He finds employment as a servant in the Palazzo Ducal, home of Conte Valperga. Sixteenth-century Pesaro is a society governed by status and Antonius has limited opportunities. When a competitionContinue reading “Book review: Stone Circle by Kate Murdoch”

Book review: Burning Crowe by Geoff Smith

About Burning Crowe Two teenagers, both alike in indignity. Will they be civil? Or will there be blood? Bartholomew Crowe is 18 years old. His dad dead, and deserted by his stepmother, he’s running seriously low on justice. And when he is hired to find a rich kid gone AWOL, it isn’t just a job;Continue reading “Book review: Burning Crowe by Geoff Smith”

Book Review: Overture by Vanessa Couchman

Overture What if you had a unique talent, but everything conspired against your dreams? France, 1897. Born to a modest farming family, Marie-Thérèse has a remarkable singing voice and wants to become a professional singer. But too many obstacles, including her parents’ opposition, stand in her way. And, through no fault of her own, sheContinue reading “Book Review: Overture by Vanessa Couchman”

A stunning review of Clarissa’s Warning

In this busy world of ours, authors can generally expect reviews of one or two paragraphs. Every now and then one comes along that is much more than that. I am delighted to share extracts from this very long and heartwarming review of Clarissa’s Warning by Kamal of Kiri Books. “Set in the picturesque settingContinue reading “A stunning review of Clarissa’s Warning”

Book Review A Clean Canvas by Elizabeth Mundy #BookTour

A Clean Canvas: A Lena Szarka Mystery by Elizabeth Mundy Lena Szarka, a Hungarian cleaner, dusts off her detective skills when a masterpiece is stolen from a gallery she cleans with her cousin Sarika. But when Sarika goes missing too, accusations start to fly. Convinced her cousin is innocent, Lena sweeps her way through theContinue reading “Book Review A Clean Canvas by Elizabeth Mundy #BookTour”

Book review – Sangre: The Color of Dying by Carlos Colon

About Sángre: The Color of Dying (Volume 1) Carlos Colón’s first published novel is the story of Nicky Negrón, a Puerto Rican salesman in New York City who is turned into foul-mouthed, urban vampire with a taste for the undesirables of society such as sexual predators, domestic abusers and drug dealers. A tragic anti-hero, NickyContinue reading “Book review – Sangre: The Color of Dying by Carlos Colon”

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