Payback’s a Witch – Book Review

 

Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, nor Hell a fury, like a woman scorned. Or so the poem goes. One lying man is about to find out that when the woman scorned is a witch, Hell’s fury is only one of his problems.

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Editorial Review – American River: Tributaries

 

Title: American River: Tributaries

Author: Mallory M. O’Connor

Genre: Historical Fiction

 

American River: Tributaries follows the lives of three families of Irish, Mexican, and Japanese descent. Though their ancestors all settled on the American River in Northern California, the generations following spread out across the country, making the families’ interconnection all the more unlikely. But as the characters’ lives overlap and collide, they undergo tremendous growth and are opened to new levels of understanding of each other, of life, and of themselves.

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The Megarothke – Book Review

 

Title: The Megarothke

Author: Robert Ashcroft

Genre: Horror, science fiction

The Megarothke, the debut novel from author Robert Ashcroft, is billed as “Blade Runner meets Westworld via Resident Evil.”  Rarely do I buy into publisher hyperbole concerning new books, but in this case I don’t think it goes nearly far enough.  While the elevator pitch for The Megarothke gives you a taste of some of the flavors you can expect, it is far more personal and intimate than Blade Runner, more philosophical than even Westworld, and far more coherent than anything that starts with Resident Evil.

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Editorial Review – Melissa and Kasho

 

Title: Melissa and Kasho

Author: Camilla Chance

Genre: Young Adult, Romance, Paranormal

 

A young girl from a comfortable upbringing goes on a journey to discover her full potential in this latest offering from author Camilla Chance. Melissa has always followed the rules, especially those set out by her domineering and abusive parents. An opportunity to study in Italy serves as a catalyst for a chain of events that will ultimately change the course of her life and leave an indelible mark on who she is as a person.

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I Am the Messenger – Book Review

 

Title: I Am the Messenger

Author: Markus Zusak

Genre: Literary Fiction/YA

 

Ed Kennedy knows he’s a nobody. However, after the nineteen-year-old cab driver thwarts a bumbling bank robbery attempt, Ed is selected by an unknown party to make a difference in the lives of people he’s never met before. His leads? Nothing more than addresses and times listed on an Ace of Diamonds playing card. Clearly, someone realizes that Ed has a propensity to take matters into his own hands.

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Editorial Review – Valley Fever

 

Title: Valley Fever

Author: C. J. Bahr

Genre: Fantasy / Supernatural Suspense

 

This quick-paced novel recounts the adventures of Jill Cassidy—a geology student and assistant to Professor Mitchell—as she uncovers the existence of the Fae, immortal creatures entrusted with the care of the earth.

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The Hellion (Wicked Wallflowers #1) – Book Review

 

Title: The Hellion

Author: Christi Caldwell

Genre:  Historical Romance

 

Synopsis:

USA Today bestselling author Christi Caldwell’s Wicked Wallflowers series burns hot as two rivals meet in the flesh and feel the heat…

Adair Thorne has just watched his gaming-hell dream disappear into a blaze of fire and ash, and he’s certain that his competitors, the Killorans, are behind it. His fury and passion burn even hotter when he meets Cleopatra Killoran, a tart-mouthed vixen who mocks him at every turn. If she were anyone else but the enemy, she’d ignite a desire in him that would be impossible to control.

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Murder, She Wrote: A Date with Murder – Book Review

 

Murder, She Wrote: A Date with Murder by Jon Land

 

Synopsis:

Jessica Fletcher investigates a friend’s murder and a dangerous dating service in the latest entry in the USA Today bestselling Murder, She Wrote series…

Jessica Fletcher takes up the cause of her good friend Barbara “Babs” Wirth after Babs’ husband Hal suffers a fatal heart attack that Jessica has reason to believe was actually murder. At the heart of her suspicions lies a sinister dating site Hal had used while he and Babs were having marital issues–a site that may be complicit in somehow swindling him out of millions.

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Prophecy of Thol – Book Review

 

Goodreads: Prophecy of Thol

Author: Dawn Greenfield Ireland

Published: 6th September 2017 (Artistic Origins Inc)

Source: Copy from Author

Rating: 5/5 (It was amazing)

Official Summary: “Recurring nightmares haunted D’laine Jackson when she woke from an eight-month coma following a tragic accident. Four images were branded in her head: a dark-haired, handsome princely young man, a fierce reptilian monster, a white furry creature whose red eyes implored her with some unspoken message, and an ominous black robot.

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