Book Review: Margeete’s Harbor by Eleanor Morse

Margreete’s Harbor is a deeply emotional dive into the family of Margreete. Living alone in her home in Maine, it becomes evident that dementia is impeding her ability to safely live alone any longer. Her daughter Liddie uproots her own family—husband Harry and children Bernie and Eva—to move into the family home to help care […]

Cover Reveal: The Savage Hunt by Christy Sloat

Title: The Savage Hunt Author: Christy Sloat Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Fantasy Publication Date: April 29th, 2021 Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR Blurb: Amon has seen it all in the thousands of years he’s walked this earth.  As a demon, he’s only ever wanted to live and feed unnoticed. But his need for blood always brought […]

Book Review: The Drowning Kind by Jennifer McMahon

The Drowning Kind is a twisted, creepy book—and I mean that in the best possible way. The story evolves over two timelines—1929 and contemporary—and involves the Brandenburg Springs. Four underground springs carry healing minerals into a pool. In 1929, Dr. and Mrs. Montrose visit the pool. Mrs. Montrose is desperate to have a baby and […]

Cover Reveal: Kingdom of Shadows and Dust by Sherry D. Ficklin

Title: Kingdom of Shadows and Dust Author: Sherry D. Ficklin Genre: YA Historical Fantasy Cover Designer: Trif Book Designs Publication Date: September 14th, 2021 Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR Blurb: A voiceless captive of tradition, driven to defend her kingdom. As the king’s only daughter, Ava was supposed to be many things, meek, submissive, and […]

Book Review: The Final Revival of Opal & Nev by Dawnie Walton

It’s hard to not compare The Final Revival of Opal & Nev to Daisy Jones and the Six. Both are told in a similar format: through interviewed segments with people at the heart of the events. But Opal and Nev are not Daisy Jones and the Six. Dawnie Walton has done a magnificent job of capturing life and […]

Book Review: Blessed Monsters (Something Dark and Holy #3) by Emily A. Duncan

All the chaos, betrayal, and tragedy of the first two books in the Something Dark and Holy series comes to a head in Blessed Monsters and there are repercussions to be had. The eldritch gods have been freed and are ready to take of the world. Malachiasz is alone and struggling to fight the ancient god who has possessed […]

Book Review: A Reluctant Attraction by Rosanna Leo

Nick is the youngest of the Zorn brothers and deck specialist on their home improvement series The Handymen. But now his brothers are settling into married life and would rather keep working at their contracting business than expand the show. After one more joint project as The Handymen, Nick’s going out to travel with his […]

Book Review: The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah

Kristin Hannah is one of those authors who always manages to pull me directly into her stories in a quick manner.  She is a master at world building and setting a tone. In The Four Winds she hooked me on page one. The Four Winds opens with Elsa, a formerly ill girl who has grown […]