Because April is Autism Awareness Month, I am proud to highlight this important cause, by showcasing a novel, that is centered around the subject. The Forgotten Child by Lorhainne Eckhart features a young boy, who shows all the symptoms but is not (yet) diagnosed. It is available for free on Amazon, both as the Kindle and Audible edition, for a limited time. Also, enter the giveaway at the end of the
A battered childhood never makes a good pre-set for healthy adult relationships. But it does present an opportunity for growth if you find that perfect someone. This is the premise of this interesting, emotional and sometimes vulnerable New Adult romance novel “Moments Of Beauty”, by J. B. Heller, which is to be released on March, 23rd, 2017. I hope you will enjoy the expert below, as much as I have. Happy Reading!
Hi, Everyone! Yesterday, I shared with you the review for Kill and Run by Lauren Carr, and today, I want to share with you my thoughts on the second book in the Thorny Rose Mysteries. Let me tell you more: Book Details: Title: A Fine Year For Murder Author: Lauren Carr Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing Date: January, 30th, 2017 Genre: Mysteries, Suspense, Romance Synopsis of A FINE YEAR FOR
There are not very many romance novels that make me laugh out loud. Giggle? Sure, but not laugh out loud, making the kids look at me, like I am weird, kind-a-laughing. It’s In His Arms managed to do just that. Now don’t get me wrong, this novel has many romantic, and steamy hot scenes as well. Not only that, it has very likable, and interesting main characters, who were easy
I received a copy of this book for free via Netgalley in return for an honest review I know, I am a little late in getting around to reviewing The Sheikh’s Christmas Baby, but just because it was Christmas themed, it was still a pretty hot novel. Another part of the Shadid Sheikhs Series Book series by Leslie North, this book as easy to read, entertaining and steamy as the
I usually like Leslie North’s books. They are perfect contemporary short novels, to read when you want to escape, and don’t think about the real world. She builds worlds you can get lost in, and her characters have depth and charisma. Not with Her Ruthless Russian. I am not sure what happened, but this novel felt nothing but rushed, the plot squeezed together as if exploring it in more details was too