If the Creek Don’t Rise by Leah Weiss Sourcebooks Landmark Publication Date: August 22, 2017 He’s gonna be sorry he ever messed with me and Loretta Lynn Sadie Blue has been a wife for fifteen days. That’s long enough to know she should have never hitched herself to Roy Tupkin, even with the baby. Sadie is desperate… Read More “If The Creek Don’t Rise” by Leah Weiss #BookReview
Jen is a Pop-Out girl in Las Vegas shows. She lives a quiet life with her waitress mother in Sin City. She has met a young man, Colton, from Silicon Valley during one of her shows for Colton’s boss. That is all after her ex-boyfriend and first love of hers gets locked up in prison.… Read More “Pop-Out Girl” by Irene Woodbury #BookReview
B. A. Paris’s second book is as amazing as the first one, “Behind Closed Doors“! “The Breakdown” is a book you can simply not put down!!! Cass is in trouble having peace of mind as she starts forgetting things and has a feeling she will end up like her mother. She is having a mental… Read More “The Breakdown” by B.A. Paris #BookReview
Han Kang is one of the greatest writers of the century and “Human Acts” justifies this title! It is the 1980 and Korea is boiling. Only a few months previously Park Chung-hee, the strong military man that seized authority of the country via his coup in 1969, was murdered. The Korean people cannot stand the… Read More “Human Acts” by Han Kang #BookReview
Laura McBride has done a marvelous job creating the characters in her latest book “‘Round Midnight”! These four women will stick with you for a long time after finishing the book! It is the fifties in Las Vegas, when June meets Dib and they end up running El Capitan casino. The casino nightclub, Midnight Room,… Read More “‘Round Midnight” by Laura McBride #BookReview
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
Ambrose Worthing is a notorious London Rake. His only purpose of life is to bed as many beautiful women as he can. When he hears of a wage on ruining his father’s best friend daughter, he signs himself on the wage, aiming to protect the woman by winning the wage himself. Lady Alexandra Rockford prefers lining… Read More “The Rakehell’s Seduction” by Lauren Smith – 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