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Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Friday, April 20, 2018

A bargain is struck. - Tempted by the Viscount by Sofie Darling


But is once enough? Sometimes once only stokes the flame of desire higher and hotter. And sometimes once is all the heart needs to risk all and follow a mad passion wherever it may lead.

terrible, impulsive decisions - Šehhinah Trilogy by Ivana Skye

Stalking and the Glory of God (#0.5)
The Stars That Rise at Dawn (#1)
The Birds That Fly at Dusk (#2)
The Lives That Argue For Us (#3)

the other life I’ve lived…Glimpses of Wilderness (The Glimpses #1) by Lee Ann Ward


"“It’s like I have to be asleep to feel truly awakened”
This is the story of a beautiful lifetime love of Anna and Robert, which will capture your heart from the beginning until the end." - Joe, Goodreads

a jaded troll and an innocent mortal - Forsaken Norse Wind (The Forsaken #4) by Ciara Lake

18++ "I was completely caught up in this story from the very beginning and I must say that I enjoyed it much more than the other one I read although I didn’t mention the wedding that took place in it, I just want to give the author lots of applause for her creative and inspiring weddings and I have to say I can’t wait to read the next one." - Eva, Goodreads

a bit more recklessly than they should - Zagreb, Milan, Nice, Barcelona (The summer of heartache and fickleness ) by Maya Berger

"A wonderfully-written travel book. When I first saw the title in itself, I knew this was gonna be a fun book. And I was right. Not only are the places, food, and elements well-described, the characters are also very colorful as well. A group of friends, each with their own quirks and personalities." - Dawn, Goodreads

she wants to be something she already is - Princess Nevaeh by Paulette Harper

"Anyone who has young children around, parents, grandparents, caretakers, or foster parents, should consider this book for the library of their children. It has the feel of a book they’ll want to read (or have read to them!) over and over again. It's encouraging as well as educational! Nicely-done!" - Marguerite, Goodreads

#MeBeingMe by Challa Fletcher

"“Me Being Me” is a book that for sure needed to be written. It will help not only children but parents and teachers as well to understand this surmountable experience each child must endure. Thanks for writing such an amazing book." - Linda, Goodreads

their investigation turns deadly - Stanley and Hazel by Jo Schaffer

"So fun! This era is definitely one of the more fun ones to read about. The author was super consistent in the language, making sure it sounded authentic. The characters had witty banter and enjoyable interactions. Hazel is a girl you would follow into the apocalypse." Hannah, Goodreads

Thursday, April 19, 2018

No hope - Reyet Trap (Torch World #2) by Dee Garretson

"The story was told in a very descriptive language. [...] Dee Garretson is a very good storyteller. The only indication that this book is a YA is because of the main characters but other than that it is a very good sci-fi read not just for kids but for all ages. This was a good trip to outer space and I really enjoyed meeting Mags. " - iamnotabookworm, Goodreads (about book #1)

why people keep... Secrets? by A.L. Simpson

18+ "The emotions that are stirred up by the events in the story are so real. You feel every emotion whether it is fear, anger, happiness, excitement or confusion, each emotion takes up residence in your heart. A sign of an author doing their job well! " Robyn, Goodreads


twists and turns - Broken Series by A.L. Simpson

18+ "I can't recommend this book enough to everyone. The storyline is creative and has lots of twists and turns, it is also believable which is so important. There is a sweet love story, a hope for brighter and better things and lots of life lessons." - Robyn, Goodreads

hopelessly trapped - Tribal Affairs by Matt Dallmann

"The book holds a steady pace, never drifting into long-winded explanations or descriptions. Every scene sits and carries the action along. It's not always high-tension, but it's still grabbing and makes this a tale hard to put down. It's easy to get lost in Liana and Dahlia, and sympathize with them. The other characters do not share this same depth and come across shallow. But this doesn't disrupt the flow." - Tonja, Goodreads

clever and enjoyable - Quinn (Pendleton Petticoats #9) by Shanna Hatfield

"The story was great! I enjoyed the tidbits of history throughout it. The romance had me swooning and the danger had my heart clenching. I didn’t want to stop reading!" Shash, Goodreads


Retribution or redemption? - The Reckless Warrior by Jennifer Youngblood

"I love books about redemption! Especially when they include suspense, sweet romance, and a happy ending! [...]
The Reckless Warrior fits perfectly into her collection of romantic hits!" - Kimberly, Amazon


the ultimate prize - The Weekend Bucket List by Mia Kerick

"Mostly, The Weekend Bucket List is without artifice, showing readers of any age, why genuineness is the core of happiness. The novel reaches for a lot and exceeded my expectations; a fun, clear-eyed view of three headstrong souls who come of age, by supporting one another." - Annie M. Goodreads

Does this bother you? - Wishing Well by Lily White

18+ "I was legit blown away. I really don't know what else to say about it. It was an amazing book from beginning to the end. So much so that I kind of want to start right back at the beginning and read it again. So much so I want another book so I can continue enjoying these characters. Therefore, it will come as NO surprise that yours truly is going to give this one two HUGE thumbs up." - Eve, Goodreads

Cover reveal: Never Doubt a Duke by Regina Scott

Previous praise for Regina Scott’s work:
•“Regina Scott’s irresistible characters will win your heart.” Eloisa James, NYT and USA Today bestselling author
•“If the book has the name Regina Scott on its cover, it is sure to please. Highly recommended.” Huntress Reviews

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Next book, please - Nite Fire series by C.L. Schneider

"The plot keeps you guessing the whole time, as any murder mystery should - this one just happens to have dragons in it.[...]
The story pulls you along with its twists and its great characters, and I would definitely approve reading it.
Next book, please." - K.S.Marsden, Goodreads

is anyone willing to listen? - The Phoenix Cycle by Bob Collopy

"The plot is fascinating and the characters are pretty well-developed. As a reader of Philosophy, I really appreciated the thought that the author put into incorporating it so seamlessly into the book (i.e. Plato's cave). There were a few moments where I had to stop reading in order to keep the story straight, but the author definitely does a great job of tying it all together at the end. " - Valentina, Goodreads

When the line between right and wrong is blurred - The Shepherd's Calculus by C.S. Farrelly

"The Sheperd's Calculus is a well-written and compelling political thriller. It has realistic characters, and a believable political and religious opportunistic pairing with enough drama and intriguing plot twists that will keep the reader engaged and turning the pages until the surprising conclusion." Kathleen, Goodreads

HEARTACHES: BAD BOY VIBES series by H.M. Irwing

18+ 
Trigger Warnings about rape 
"Heartaches: Bad Boy Vibes by H.M. Irwing is an emotional roller coaster. It’s definitely not what I had expected from the title, and I’m actually glad for that. It’s not just another “girl falls for a bad boy who breaks her heart” kind of story, but an actual novel with emotional depth and enough twists and turns in the plot to keep the reader guessing what would happen next." - Stephanie, Goodreads

Peter Clancy is back - Dark Water ( Peter Clancy#4) by T.W. Lawless

"Having been lucky enough to read all three books in this series now, it's pleasing to know there's a fourth on the way. If you've not been lucky enough yet to dip into these little gems, then you really should rectify that situation as soon as possible." KAREN about book #3, Goodreads

We all wear various masks for different situations. - Mask: Shadow (Masks) by Joseph VanBuren

"Mask: Shadow lives up to its name, giving you shadows and silhouettes of meaning. Everything is a conspiracy and everyone is out to get you. I can't wait for the other books and sound tracks to drop and fill out these shadows!" - Keifer, Goodreads

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

that next step - Messages Of Inspiration by Kay Sanders

If you are at a point in your life where you are ready to step outside of your bubble, to claim what you truly desire, then these messages will help you stay motivated and inspired to take that next step onto your journey of great joy, happiness and success.


Durable Goods (Cole and Callahan Thriller Series #2) by Patricia Hale


Detective John Stark approaches the PI team of Griff Cole and Britt Callahan with a postcard he’s sure is from his estranged daughter, Kira. 

What is your moral compass? - No Fury Like That by Lisa de Nikolits

"No Fury Like That is a fun read that sneaks up on you with surprising moments of profound insight and tender emotion. [...] The witty dialogue and quirky humor are offset by the serious undertone questioning life, death, our relationships, and what it all means. This is definitely one of those stories that will stick with me for a long time." Darcia, Goodreads

The rules are simple - The White Room by C.M. Albert

18+ 
"This is a fun, quick read and the concept of the White Room a refreshing change from common romance novel tropes." - Kimberly, Goodreads


It sounds so simple, yet rarely does it turn out to be that way. - For Love's Sake by Staci Stallings

From USA Today Best Selling Contemporary Christian Romance Author, Staci Stallings, comes a historical novel about love, acceptance, hope, and the battle for good we are all in regardless of time and place…


maybe it’s whatever is haunting their room... - A Casino, a Cheater, and a Charity Ball by CC Dragon


Everyone deserves a vacation! 
Unfortunately, bad guys and ghouls never rest…



Everything under the sun…will be ours - Everything Under the Sun by Jessica Redmerski

"This book will take you on a long, dangerous, exciting journey. These characters will stay with you and you will fall so in love with them! I want to read it again, and again, and again! "


Monday, April 16, 2018

The Tawnee Mountain Mysteries series

The Tawnee Mountain Mysteries series is a collection of seven brand new mysteries from seven award-winning and bestselling authors taking place at the same final destination, the Tawnee Mountain Resort. 
Each book in this multi-author series is a standalone novella, and the series can be read in any order.

an innocent man - Blind Justice by Nathan Burrows

"This book gives you a rogue, who changes his ways for a woman, only to be accused of a heinous crime and locked away for life! Plenty of twists and turns which keep you guessing. Family and the truth are upmost. I would love to read some more books by this author." - Cath, Goodreads

a deathbed request - The Forgotten Ones by Steena Holmes

"Can, I just tell you this story was beautiful! Oh my gosh... this story is haunting and full of unexpected turns and surprises that will break your heart.I absolutely fell in love with the characters and could not stop turning these pages. Highly recommend!!" - Kendall, Goodreads

the nightmare of what lies beyond - Shattered Roads (The Skyfire Saga #1) by Alice Henderson


In a future laid waste by environmental catastrophe, one woman in a shielded megacity discovers a secret hidden within—and the nightmare of what lies beyond.

an epic love that conquered all odds -Ashes of Paradise by Valerie Roeseler

For Anora’s sixteenth birthday, an unexpected gift comes into her possession. A delicate book whose gilded edges hold the secrets of the past from Enochian history that have shaped her world.


An Angel. A Witch. A Demon. And A Choice.- Wings of Flesh and Bones by Cathrina Constantine

"With a row of wonderful characters and fantastical world building, this is dramatic and engaging read with tons of delightful surprises.[...] In other words, it's a lovely read for YA (and adult) fans of fantasy, romance, paranormal, magic, actions scenes and, lots and lots of hidden layers." - Tonja, Goodreads