Passionate reader who’s compassionate about giving back to authors who create incredible stories that help me escape reality. My reviews are honest, genuine and detailed. Genre’s I will consider Psychological Thrillers, Domestic Thrillers, True Crime, Medical Memoirs, Medical Thrillers, Woman’s Contemporary, Romance Suspense, YA (Romance and Medical themed), Holiday Books, LBGTQ, and Tear Jerkers

Friday, March 29, 2019

Review Timothy Mean and The Time Machine by William A.E. Ford

Author William A.E. Ford

William has always had a passion for books, writing and story-telling.  William’s favorite way to end a cosy evening is to spend time dreaming up and reading bed-time stories to his five wonderful children.

Just one of his many stories, ‘Timothy Mean and the Time Machine’ was inspired by the spark of his children’s colorful imaginations as they tirelessly created unique, laughter filled days from even the most mundane, everyday objects and situations!

Sunday, March 24, 2019

Review: Mommy Loves the I.T. Guy. Mommy's Little Matchmakers Part 3 By Joanne Dannon

Author Joanne Dannon

Best selling, award-winning Australian author, Joanne Dannon, writes both sweet, and steamy romance. She want to give her readers the experience she loves to savor--indulging in a sigh-worthy-happily-ever-after, being swept away from the everyday by diving into a delicious romance novel.

Joanne is a happily married mother of two heroes-in-training who loves spending time with friends and family. She can be found on Facebook and her website chatting about reading, writing, cooking, vintage-inspired dresses and all things romantic.

Friday, March 22, 2019

Review: Perfect Child by Lucinda Berry

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Author Lucinda Berry
Dr. Lucinda Berry is a trauma psychologist and leading researcher in childhood trauma. She uses her clinical experience to create disturbing psychological thrillers, blurring the line between fiction and nonfiction. She enjoys taking her readers on a journey through the dark recesses of the human psyche. If she’s not chasing after her ten-year-old son, you can find her running through Los Angeles, prepping for her next marathon. She loves hearing from her readers so feel free to drop her a line at Don't forget to sign up for her newsletter.

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Review: Run Away By Harlan Coben



A perfect family is shattered in RUN AWAY, the new thriller from the master of domestic suspense, Harlan Coben.

You’ve lost your daughter.

She’s addicted to drugs and to an abusive boyfriend. And she’s made it clear that she doesn’t want to be found.

Then, by chance, you see her playing guitar in Central Park. But she’s not the girl you remember. This woman is living on the edge, frightened, and clearly in trouble.

You don’t stop to think. You approach her, beg her to come home.

She runs.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Review: Crazy Hearts: (Hearts So Fine Book 2) By AnnaBeth Saryu


What happens when an unexpected pregnancy puts a secret billionaire and a working-class nurse on a collision course?

Zoe Inglot

You couldn’t pay to date a rich man. Not after my surgeon boyfriend humiliates me in front of...well, everyone. I didn’t gut it out in nursing school to settle like my single mom did.
A one-night stand doesn’t fit into my life plan, either. Until it happens. Mike was just being nice. But one drink turned into two, then three...then a morning after walk of shame I won’t repeat. Ever.

‘Lucky’ Mike Daughtry

Why am I an MMA fighter? Win or lose, it’s all on you. Zoe’s on the rebound,but one taste of those cherry-red lips and I do something I know I’ll regret. I lie. About everything. My car, the family business... especially my bank accounts.
It’s not hard to convince her to come with me on an exotic beach vacation-- no pressure, letting her lead as far as she wants to go. But after spending the week naked and horizontal, she discovers who I am. And taps out.
Except one little souvenir ties us together, win or lose. I just hope my lie of omission doesn’t TKO our chance for a future.

Review: Love and Espresso: A Valentine's Day Romance

Love and Espresso: A Valentine's Day Romance Love and Espresso: A Valentine's Day Romance by Melodie March
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
First, I would like to thank Melodie March for providing me with this book so I may bring you this review.

Melodie March instantly piqued my interest with her latest novel titled Love and Expresso. Who doesn’t love coffee and a good love story?! This is the third book in the Wintervale Promises Series. However, If you had not read the other books in the series no problem. You can read this as a standalone as I did. It was easy to follow the storyline and the characters.

Kudos to the Graphic Designer who did the cover of this book as they captured the essence of the book I got the sensation I was looking at Tate and Molly in Wintervale.

I had to smile when I saw the character’s name Brady in the book. Brady is the name of my nephew and it is rare you see that name used in a book.

Not to mention the name of the coffee shop Bean There, Done had me smiling from ear to ear. Such creativity Melodie March has.

As I was reading this book I kept thinking this would be so perfect for a Hallmark Channel Movie right around Valentine’s Day. This is such a sweet story set in a cute little town of Wintervale.

The character Tate lives in New York (as I live In Buffalo, NY) and we are used to bad snowy winters. We may not like it but we deal with it. So, when he goes to Wintervale in February it is comical to me when the towns people comment that NOBODY comes here in bad winter weather.

Melodie gave her readers two special treats at the end of her book. She gave us two recipe’s that she talked about in the book. The first one was the Hot Cocoa Recipe and the second one was Molly’s Homemade Coffee Cake.

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