BRAND NEW friends-to-lovers, single-parent romance.romance release! SEASIDE WHISPERS by Melissa Foster 'Seaside Whispers provides beautiful settings, adorable romance and that sweet Foster trademark charm' reviews Isha Coleman....
"Why is it so hard to review a Melissa Foster original? She brings heart, family and inspiration to the table with every novel that she writes, which for me is both a gift and a curse. A gift in that she brings "sunshine" and hope to some of the most…Continue
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I have read some of Willow Rose’s work and loved it, so when I saw this freebie on Amazon, I had to grab it.
What a creepy, fantastic cover!…Continue
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All right. I confess. I am a huge fan of Kristine Mason and I am delighted to share the final story of the Celeste Files: Poisoned.
Like a good ghost story? Like some romance and thrills with your paranormal?
Then you won’t want to miss this stand alone series.
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Mistletoe at Moonglow by Deborah Garner - Author
'no matter how cold winter's grip is on each guest, no one leaves Timberton without a warmer heart.'
"This is my first Deborah Garner book and it is a sweet novella perfectly right for the Christmas season. Mist, Beth and Clive welcome a great group of people for the Christmas season in the Timberton Hotel. This is a sweet story about people, sorrow, happiness and a kaleidoscope of feelings. The author knows how to develop deep and…Continue
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Book Giveaway Nov 28 – Dec 5: A Christian Romance, Harvest Blessings. To enter the contest, make a comment and leave your email. A print copy: U.S.
Professional musician Tacy Clark hasn’t been back home to Hill Top Orchards since the death of her beloved Uncle Jerry. When she gets an email from her aunt, the guilt she’s been feeling since her uncle’s death forces her to make the trip back home.. When her car breaks down, a ride from her aunt’s neighbor, Brody Porter, is…Continue
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This is my fourth book in the series, Turning To Stone by Gabriel Valjan and each book got better and better.
If you like complex stories and characters that grow on you, this series is a must read..…Continue
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I was offered a chance to read For the Love of Grace by Andy Blackman and I am so happy I jumped on it. This suspense thriller quickly captured my attention and held it throughout.
Thanks Rachel at Authoright Marketing & Publicity and Andy Blackman for the chance to read and review this fantastic novel of love, loss and revenge.…Continue
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I saw Becca Campbell’s influences and I found a kindred spirit, so when I was given the opportunity to read Empath, Book One, and the entire Flawed Series, I jumped all over it.
This will definitely be a series I finish!…Continue
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I love dragons, so I am very excited to share Dragon’s Egg by Emily Martha Sorenson.
A 58 page fun, quick and easy novella that put a smile on my face.
Such a cute cover that made me grab this without hesitation.
Cover by Eva Urbanikova…Continue
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Our Beck Valley Books Review of Mr Thorne and the Witch by Diana Green 'She is becoming one of my favorite authors. I love the way her stories flow'.........
"This is the third book that I have read by Diana Green and I have to say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I love the way her stories flow, the 19th century era they are set in, the way you find yourself bonding with the characters and feeling as if you are there watching the story play out. She entices me into a…Continue
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