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I thought that Crash, the first book in the Visions trilogy, was a bit repetitive. Don’t get me wrong – I still couldn’t put it down and read it in short order. But the never ending replay of the vision haunting Jules became tedious about the 100th time through. Bang never felt like a CD set on Replay, probably because the vision is Sawyer’s, and Jules does not have firsthand knowledge of it. Instead, Sawyer’s nightmare is relayed to Jules in painstaking detail as he is forced to watch it over and over again. That distance made all the difference. Read more
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I picked up Turned because I was in the mood for something a little different, and because it’s the first book in a new series. I don’t intentionally read a lot of vampire books because I prefer a good zombie apocalypse to torment my protagonists, or werewolves, because they just kick butt. All of that Mine, Mine, Mine, the snappy teeth, and the pack dynamics just work for me. But I decided to venture into the dark world of vampires, which, in the case of Turned, includes gangs, cults, and rogue vampires. Oh, and lots of sexy times. Fun! Read more
You Again by: Ashlee Mallory
Ashlee lives with her husband, two kids, a dog, and cat surrounded by the majestic mountains of her hometown of Salt Lake.
Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, she always wanted to know what it was like to live on the other side of the mountains. In college, she interned a semester in DC and later attended law school in Syracuse, New York, where she also ventured to Israel for a summer semester. After graduating law school with a taste of what it’s like living in the bigger world, she moved back home to Salt Lake and took the Utah Bar Exam, got married, and settled in with her hubby and two wonderful kids. After a few more years in the legal realm, she grew restless and turned her pen to one of her first loves—writing stories. Read more
Pretty Reckless by: Jodi Linton
Release Date: 3/24
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Welcome to Pistol Rock, Texas where secrets last about as long as the sporadic west Texas rain showers.
Laney Briggs has long been considered reckless, but she’s turned herself around—she’s respectably engaged and she’s become a Pistol Rock deputy sheriff. Everything’s fine until a dead body turns up and her ex, Texas Ranger Gunner Wilson, decides to stick his boots into the town’s first murder case. Read more
I have a cover redesign to share for Honor Reclaimed by Tonya Burrows, as well as a giveaway for you to enter.
First, here is the synopsis:
Former Marine scout sniper Seth Harlan is new to HORNET and anxious to prove he can still do his job despite an ongoing battle with PTSD. He remembers all too well what it’s like to sit inside an enemy camp, praying for rescue and waiting for death. So when a black ops soldier contacts HORNET to rescue a buddy who was left behind, all sorts of nasty memories strain his newfound stability. Read more
Lie by Night by: Cathy Marlowe
Cathy lives in Missouri with a huge chocolate lab whose crazy antics occasionally appear in her books. She’s blessed with a supportive husband and three wonderful children. When not writing, she coaches soccer and works to create a safe world for children. She loves dark chocolate mint M&Ms accompanied by a steaming mug of coffee, and smart stories that touch the heart while making you laugh, cry and stay up all night turning pages. Read more
I have a cover reveal and giveaway for Killing Ruby Rose by Jessie Humphries this morning, but first, here is some info about the author:
About Jessie Humphries: Jessie Humphries was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV. She received a BA from San Diego State University, where she cultivated her love of the beach, then lived in France, where she cultivated her weakness for shoes, and finally earned a law degree from UNLV, where she cultivated her interest in justice. After practicing law for several years she began writing, and, appropriately, her debut novel Killing Ruby Rose is a thriller about vigilante justice set in sunny southern California with a shoe-obsessed protagonist. Jessie currently writes and practices law in Las Vegas, where she lives with her husband and children. Read more
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Oh, dear, where to start? I loved this book! I received a surprise copy in the mail, and I was chomping at the bit to read it. I had posted previously about Ice Dogs, because I think the cover is so striking, but I was worried that something bad was going to happen to one of the animals. What if one of them died?? That would have ruined the reading experience for me. I am STILL traumatized by Where the Red Fern Grows, and I read it when I was, what, 13. While I can’t remember the death of every human character in A Game of Thrones, I still get upset over the death of Lady. Ugh! Reading stories with animals can be so trying for me! Read more