Kindergarten teacher Neve Botticelli leads a quiet life out in Turners Gully. She is settled there, living with her father, a vietnam veteran with post traumatic issues, that has trained her for battle, may it never come! She loves the kindy and all those little children in there, especially one little buddy, called Rowan. He reminds… Read More “Combatting Fear” by Sandy Vaile
Lilian is grieving over the loss of her beloved husband for the last three years. She was suddenly left all alone, with two girls and without the love of her life, her friend and companion, Dan. She is working as an illustrator in a publishing house and part of her job turns out to be… Read More “The Garden of Small Beginnings” by Abbi Waxman
“Tea for Two” is the second book in the SOS series. It should be read as part of the series as well, it cannot go as a stand alone. Too many unclarity of the whole story. So, Lucas Salvatore Raniero is only 19 years old, and after his initiation in the Juliet, he is serving clients… Read More “Tea for Two” by Kailee Reese Samuels – A Review
“Prussian Blue” is the twelfth book in the “Bernie Gunther series”, yet again, it can be read as stand alone. This book finds Bernie in the French Riviera, working on a hotel, as he receives a dinner invitation from his wife. It sounds rather strange to him, as it would be a little difficult for… Read More “Prussian Blue” by Philip Kerr
Wow… Is our world so messed up? Really? Men killing their wives and the shoot themselves in front of their own children. People of the church raping young girls, sowing their seed and never give a penny of what becomes of them. Parents turning their backs on their children instead of supporting them. Mothers hating… Read More “The Weight of This World” by David Joy
Flora Vass has lost her love to the New World. He preferred fighting savages than having a life back in Scotland with her. She has lost one man before on the fight, another one now to adventurous life. She cannot afford any more losses. She has two boys to support, one from her late husband,… Read More “A Highland Ruby” by Brenda B. Taylor – A Review!
Kailey Crain is an accomplished journalist, writing for the Herald. A true humanitarian, a kind person, living in Seattle with her fiance Ryan. They are in the process of planning their wedding, which can be a really tense one, especially when at the same time the two of them are on a conflict of interest,… Read More “Always” by Sarah Jio