Horror, Love, Family Values, Social Commentary, Environmentalism, Epic Battles & the simple everyday struggle of what it means to be human – The Passage series has it all.
Wow…Dean Koontz just never fails. When I first started reading Ashley Bell, I wasn’t sure if this read was a slight departure from the Koontz I was accustomed to reading or if the years since my last Koontz read had simply dulled my memory. Maybe it was a little of […]
Excerpt The call, like many of its kind, had come in the early hours of the morning, waking Jack and Sarah from a dead sleep. Jack’s hand had snaked from beneath the covers, fumbling for the phone. He grunted a sleepy hello, listened for a moment, then sat up suddenly […]
Quote “Solitude was the order of the night. He was Irish – brooding was the song of his people.” My Thoughts Anything For You had the perfect blend of two of my favorite romantic tropes: Friends to Lovers and 2nd Chance Romance. As with all of the Kristan Higgins books […]
Quote “We don’t get to choose the circumstances of our birth families, do we?” she said softly. “The only thing we have control of is the life we make for ourselves out of those circumstances.” My Thoughts I’ll admit I started A Cold Creek Christmas Story with a bit of […]
Caught Dead Handed My Thoughts Between that cover and the synopsis, I was hooked before even picking the first in the Witch City Mystery series up. That can be a recipe for disaster, but in this case I was happy that my instincts did not steer me wrong! Three reasons […]
I am so happy to share my review of K.A. Tucker’s Surviving Ice as part of the book’s blog tour. Surviving Ice is a standalone romantic suspense novel and is the fourth book in K.A. Tucker’s Burying Water Series, published by Atria, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. Surviving Ice […]
Book Quotes “She wished that when her heart was beating double, she could give one of those hearts to him and then press her ear to his chest and feel it beating.” “Felix had left his heart buried in the ground years ago, but he felt it crack apart.” “He […]