They Called Him Marvin by Roger Stark  

They Called Him Marvin by Roger Stark is a merger between American and Japanese events during WWII, and the very human reality of one American pilot and his love letters to his wife.  The candor in their loving correspondence, and the stark reality of war, clash against each other within the pages of this book.  Like the major and minor notes being pulled from an orchestra by a master conductor, history is brought to life and the full impact of war is felt. Continue reading They Called Him Marvin by Roger Stark  

The Other Hamlet Brother by Luke Swanson

The Other Hamlet Brother by Luke Swanson  Meet Tim Hamlet, the identical twin brother of the famously melancholy Danish prince. Tim has abandoned royal life and is trying (and failing) to make it as a playwright in London. But then, tragedy rears its ugly head—King Hamlet dies, Claudius takes the throne, and young Hamlet dons an “antic disposition.” Tim charts a course for home despite his … Continue reading The Other Hamlet Brother by Luke Swanson

The Pretender by Katie Ward – 5 Stars

  The Pretender by Katie Ward  Synopsis: Award Winning Read: 2019 B.R.A.G Medallion Honoree Life for Princess Isabella is far from a dream, trapped by tradition, protocol and the stifling burden of inheriting the crown, she longs to escape her shackles. After fleeing her abusive home, Sophia and Isabella meet at the palace gates. Realizing how alike they look, they plan to switch places for … Continue reading The Pretender by Katie Ward – 5 Stars

Unfinished Justice by Janis Hutchinson

Unfinished Justice by Janis Hutchinson Synopsis: In this 1935 historical suspense thriller, praised as “riveting and gripping” (Robert Dugoni, NY Times Best Seller of My Sister’s Grave), Ed Bowman, small town reporter for the Casey Clarion in Virginia, is unjustly convicted for the murder of his wife, committed by an escaped prisoner whose murder trial he just covered with an exclusive article that virtually guaranteed a … Continue reading Unfinished Justice by Janis Hutchinson

Flow Like a River by Mark Guillerman

  Flow Like a River by Mark Guillerman Outskirts Press on February 9, 2019 Pages: 336 Buy on Amazon Goodreads Flow Like a River by Mark Guillerman A bloody feud, brewing for seventy-five years, finally comes to its explosive end. A wily Texas sheriff and a mythical Indian Chief are all that stands between the good people of a hill country community and a ruthless sociopathic killer and … Continue reading Flow Like a River by Mark Guillerman

The Winds of Happiness by Teresa Fiedler-Buss

The Winds of Happiness: Irie’s Adventures by Teresa Fiedler-Buss – Illustrated by Bailey Traxler Synopsis: Welcome to this crazy world called life! Have you ever wanted to go on an adventure? Do you like taking selfies? How attached are you to your electronics or tablet? Do you like robots and drones more? Would you rather dance and have fun with bubbles? Or would you rather … Continue reading The Winds of Happiness by Teresa Fiedler-Buss

No Pit So Deep – Book 1 by James Nathaniel Miller II

No Pit So Deep (The Cody Musket Story Book 1) by James Nathaniel Miller II  Synopsis: He was afraid of remembering. Afraid of not remembering. How much should he tell her? WINNER, 2017 READERS FAVORITE INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS Bronze Medal. Cody is a professional athlete, a decorated US Marine haunted by a dark military past. Brandi is a gutsy investigative journalist and single mom who … Continue reading No Pit So Deep – Book 1 by James Nathaniel Miller II

High Flying by Kaylin McFarren

  High Flying by Kaylin McFarren Synopsis: Skylar Haines has struggled with personal demons most of her life, going to dark extremes to subdue anxieties rooted in her tragic past. On a perpetual hunt for the next adrenaline hit, she discovers a passion for flying and becomes a hard-edged stunt pilot, verging on obsession. In the sky, following her most daring airshow, she encounters a … Continue reading High Flying by Kaylin McFarren

Small Hearts by Bryan W. Dull

Small Hearts by Bryan W. Dull Synopsis: Emily Sinclair is a teacher in seclusion, reeling from the loss of several of her third-grade students by the hands of a shooter that opened fire on several classrooms within Marie-Glen Elementary. While dealing with the anxiety of leaving her home and facing the people of the town, Emily is terrified by what is waiting for her outside … Continue reading Small Hearts by Bryan W. Dull

The Karma Book Club by Kayley Wood – Book Review

The Karma Book Club: A Romantic Comedy by Kayley Wood Series: Club Series 2 Genres: Emotional, Humorous, Romantic Comedy Format: Kindle Buy on Amazon Goodreads Synopsis: Mia never felt the need to speak up for herself… not with three protective sisters (who always know what is best for her), an assertive boyfriend (Doug never minds speaking for her), and then there is her bestie, Kat, who has no problem stealing the attention … Continue reading The Karma Book Club by Kayley Wood – Book Review