book review, horror, romance, science fiction, thriller

A Voice in the Silence by D.L. Finn

Recently widowed, Drea has the added suffering of losing her animal companions, leaving her alone and depressed. Her adult son is distanced from her due to a toxic marriage, adding more pain to Drea. At the start of the book, she’s in a dark place and contemplating ending her life. However, the arrival of a… Continue reading A Voice in the Silence by D.L. Finn

book launch, book review, book tour, fantasy, Mermaid, romance

Book tour: The Water Witch by Jessica Thorne

About the book: Sitting side by side on the clifftop, he turns to her solemnly and says, ‘The water witch is real.’ She rolls her eyes and grins, teasing him. ‘Sure. A psycho mermaid. Got it.’ But now he’s gone forever… will she find the truth beneath the waves?Brittany, France. Ariadne Walker’s fiancé Simon drowned… Continue reading Book tour: The Water Witch by Jessica Thorne

book review, fantasy, romance

The Hollow Gods by A J Vrana

The small Canadian town of Black Hollow has a horrible secret. For hundreds of years, young women have been lured into the woods by wolves and possessed by the spirit of the Dreamwalker. They return to their families forever changed. The cycle appears to be repeating, but what parts to play have college dropout Miya,… Continue reading The Hollow Gods by A J Vrana

book review, Christmas, romance

12 Days of Christmas: The Christmas Miracle by Barbara Avon

This is the fourth book starring Peter Travis, but my first time encountering the character. Tragedy sure does seem to follow the poor guy. Sixty-three year old Peter Travis finally seems to have the happy life he’s always wanted. He runs a successful bistro dedicated to his deceased former love, is married to the charming… Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas: The Christmas Miracle by Barbara Avon

book review, Christmas, romance

12 Days of Christmas: Last Christmas in Paris by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb

I admit I have a softness for stories about the First World War. Perhaps it’s because two of my great uncles fought in the war to end all wars and I’ve read their letters to their mother during that time, but I found this epistolary novel charming. Four young friends, sister and brother Evie and… Continue reading 12 Days of Christmas: Last Christmas in Paris by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb