Friday, December 30, 2016

From This Moment On-Debra Clapton-Book Review

From This Moment On (Windswept Bay Book 1) by [Clopton, Debra]
My review follows the book/author information
About the book (from the authors website). . .Hurt by her failed marriage and dashed dreams, Cali Sinclair returns home to Windswept Bay with her heart wary and closed to the dreams of true love she so desperately wanted. Determined to never again risk her heart, she throws herself into running the family’s small boutique resort on the Florida coast, a place so full of romance that it’s a reminder every day of what she’ll never have. But when renowned artist Grant Ellington shows up to paint a mural on the wall of the resort, she’s swept away by her response to the artist. Suddenly, every time he looks at her, Cali finds it harder than she ever thought possible to keep her heart protected.
Grant Ellington loves his ranch, his horses, and his life as a sought-after artist. But after walking away from a plane crash that killed his best friend and the young pilot, he’s still struggling with survivor’s guilt as he heads to Windswept Bay. Painting a sea life mural at the resort started out as a favor to his neighbor, but one meeting with the beautiful Cali and he feels alive again—and determined to spend time on the moonlit beaches with her in his arms…But, like him, Cali has her own emotional scars—can they learn to trust the love that sparks between them and move forward from this moment on?
 Available . . .Amazon, Kobo, Barnes and Noble, Google Play 
About the series (from the authors blog)
And so I’m thrilled to be celebrating the release of my new Windswept Bay series. These books feature the Sinclair family nine brothers and sisters who are all about to encounter love one book at a time on the shores of their beloved family owned  Windswept Bay Resort. Book 1 FROM THIS MOMENT ON and book 2 SOMEWHERE WITH YOU is releasing tomorrow, September 13. And then the connecting short story WITH THIS KISS its a good one that will lead readers into book 4,  FOREVER AND FOREALWAYS is coming in Oct. With  HOLDING OUT FOR LOVE later in the year.
    Mingled in with each romantic story of each of the Sinclair siblings: Cali, Shar, Jillian, Olivia, Cam, Levi, Jake, Max and Trent. There will also be short stories of visitors falling in love at the resort too, adding to this multi-layered sweet but romantic series.
    I’m loving creating this series and being able to bring in elements I myself love, other than my love of spunky Texas heroines and heart-stopping cowboys in my New Horizon Ranch series (which just this month released book 8 AUSTIN) Windswept Bay is a place to highlight my love of Florida coast, sun bronzed day, moonlit nights and all the adventure and romance of this gorgeous area. Since we, as a family, vacation in the Florida Keys every summer and I look forward to it every year this new series was a natural fit for me.
   I hope you’ll pick up copy and get swept away with the romance of Windswept Bay. It’s going to be summer all year long!
  And if you’re looking for a cowboy lookin’ for love grab a copy of AUSTIN-New Horizon Ranch book 8 or one of the other books in this popular fun, heartwarming romantic series.
   To keep up with what’s coming next join my newsletter, follow me on Facebook and you’ll never miss out on my latest releases. And I’d love you to join my new Face Book Group Debra Clopton’s Book Posse
And I thought. . . Sweet romance.  I don't get the opportunity to read such sweet stories often.  I was glad I stumbled onto this one in the Kobo store.  I read free on my phone.  
I enjoyed this sweet story.  
If your looking for a good clean read check out Debra Clopton. 
This is the second book I have read.  
I think I liked Kiss A Cowboy better. But the Windswept Bay Series promises a great read!
I enjoyed the characters.  The main characters were both easy to like.  I found myself rooting for them and their romance. 
I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series and seeing more of the sisters and brothers.  
I give this book 5 stars.  It is what it says it is.  A good sweet story.   A great read for this genre.

I was not asked by anyone to write this review.
This review will appear on the retail sites where available. 
This review will appear on Good Reads
This review will appear on Springtime In Magnolia Book Club

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Conspiracy of Silence-Ronie Kendig-Book Review

About the book...(provided by Bethany House Publishers)
This Is the Way the World Ends. Four years after a tragic mission decimated his team, Cole "Tox" Russell has been disavowed by the United States. And that's fine--he just wants to be left alone. But when a dormant, centuries-old disease is unleashed, Tox is lured back into action.
Tox and his former Special Forces team regroup to work with FBI deception expert, Kasey Cortes, and fiery archaeologist, Tzivia Khalon, to search the globe for answers--and a cure. As the mission leads from one continent to another, it becomes clear they're not just fighting a plague but battling an ancient secret society whose true goals remain hidden.
With time running out and the threat for a global pandemic rising, Tox and his team realize their sole chance might be to reach back through centuries of silence to find the only answer that can save them all.
About the Author
An Army brat, Ronie Kendig grew up in the classic military family, with her father often TDY and her mother holding down the proverbial fort. Their family moved often, which left Ronie attending six schools by the time she’d entered fourth grade. Her only respite and “friends” during this time were the characters she created.
It was no surprise when she married a military veteran—her real-life hero—in June 1990.  Married more than twenty years, Ronie and her husband  have homeschooled for the last eighteen years. Despite the craziness of life, Ronie finds balance and peace with her faith, family, and retired military working doge in Northern Virginia.
Ronie has a deep love and passion for people, especially hurting people, which is why she pursued and obtained a B.S. in Psychology from Liberty University. Ronie speaks and teaches across the country and mentors other writers.
Since launching onto the publishing scene in 2010, Ronie and her books have hit bestseller lists and garnered awards and critical acclaim.

Reviews provided by Bethany House
"This fast-moving, roller-coaster thriller, with its powerful clandestine society, ancient secret, nefarious conspiracies, search spanning the globe, and under-pressure romance is sure to please fans of romantic suspense and military ops romances."
"Kendig's first book in her Tox Files takes readers on an explosive, action-packed global journey to stop a terrorist from releasing a deadly toxin with biblical origins. Kendig has pulled out all the stops in this highly entertaining read that has plot elements of a Tom Clancy or Dan Brown novel. This is a thrill ride with a story that barely stops to catch its breath before the action revs back up again. The hero, Tox, is riveting, the heroine is strong, the secondary cast is well developed and the romance is light but sweet. Kendig has out done herself."
RT Book Reviews Top Pick
"Kendig keeps the tensions high and the pace lightning fast, with military action scenes worthy of Vince Flynn. Especially noteworthy is watching the character development of elite modern warriors forced to confront and accept ancient history, faith, and supernatural power. Kendig fans will love this opening novel in her new series."
Publishers Weekly
"Bestselling author Kendig has written an explosive adventure, raising the level of military adventure to new heights."
Christian Market
And I thought
A fast paced roller coast ride.  I enjoyed reading Conspiracy Of Silence.  This book got my interest from page one.  
The story also flips back and forth to various locations from 
Nigeria to Washington, to India, to New Jersey and more and was a little confusing.
I enjoyed the characters.  All of them.  And there were a lot.  I did
have to really pay attention to keep them all straight.  This is a book that I think would have benefited from a cast of characters at the beginning. 
Conspiracy Of Silence is book 1 in the series. 
 There is a pre-quel novella...
Warrior’s Seal

I was intrigued enough with the character to want to read the
novella.  The novella is offered 'free' on the authors site and is available at Amazon for Kindle, Nook and CBC.  Click 
here the visit the authors site for the 'free' book.    

I was disappointed when I read the offer of  'free' I don't have any of the listed options available.  I wish the book was available on KOBO or Book Funnel.  
In my opinion this limits readers.

Conspiracy of Silence was fast paced but for me it was a long story.  I felt like it just went on and on.  I agree with the reviews provided by Bethany House.   It is a great book.  I was just left a little 'let down' with the ending.  I had hoped for more of a romance but I realize that this is a series and there is more to the story.  

The story is well written.  The characters are developed and engaging.  The research and the knowledge that the author used in including the archeology and military parts of the story is exceptional.   

Anyone interested in reading a fast paced suspenseful story will enjoy this book.  I think this is a book that both men and women would enjoy.   

I would like to see it as a movie!  

I received a complimentary copy of this book from 
Bethany House Publishers.
This review will be posted at the retailers where it is available. 
This review will be posted on Good Reads and will appear on My Journey Back and be linked to available link parties.  

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Book Review-The Substitute Groom-Denise Grover Swank

About the book (from authors website)
Megan Vandemeer meant  to tell her parents about her broken engagement, but a month and a half later she finds herself boarding a plane home to her wedding. Having stretched avoidance to its limits, it’s to come clean–a terrifying prospect since her mother is sure to blame her rather than her cheating, emotionally frigid ex. A couple of drinks and two Dramamine later, Megan finds herself spilling her sob story to the tall, dark, and handsome stranger in the seat next to her.
With only one week left to save his business, Josh McMillan boards a plane to Kansas City in a last-ditch effort, leaving the details to chance. An unexpected answer is delivered in the form of the beautiful brunette beside him. Though she’s completely loopy, her honesty, openness, and humor charm him. So when she passes out before landing, he helps her off the plane–a good deed that leads to a colossal misunderstanding. Her parents assume he’s her fiancé. In a twist of fate, the mix-up might help Josh save his business, so he plays along, figuring he can help Megan too. All he has to do is stage a public break up convincing enough to appease her mother.
Josh is only supposed to be a substitute groom, but the more time he and Megan spend together, the more their pretend engagement starts to feel real…and the less they want to break it off. Can a relationship that began as a farce turn into happily ever after?
About the series . . . 
The Wedding Pact is a hilarious, New York Times bestselling series based on the lives of three friends who received a curse from a fortune teller when they were kids. The curse, that each of them will marry before thirty, have a disaster of a wedding, and end up with a man other than her original fiancé, works its way into the lives of Megan, Blair, and Libby causing utter chaos and the occasional wedding.

About the author

Purchase Links: iBooks Amazon US. | Amazon UK | Amazon AU  | Amazon DE | Amazon CA | Kobo Google Play

And I thought. . . 
I enjoyed The Substitute Groom.  I read the book on my phone using the Kobo app.  It was a free title.  
I enjoy a good 'ole sweet romance.  I got what I like.  The story is fast paced and only happens over a few days.  Making it a little unbelievable but that's o.k.  
The story is about Meagan who can't seem to tell her mother that 
she broke her engagement six weeks ago.  She accidentally meets Josh on a flight to Kansas City for her wedding that isn't going to happen or so it seems.  Opp's.  After taking Dramamine and drinking a little too much on the flight she ends up telling Josh her sad break up story and about her fears to break the news to her parents.  
The plot thickens.  It wouldn't be fair to tell you more.  You'll have to read it.

Josh and Meagan are delightful.  
The other characters are quirky and fun.  Meagan's two best friends both have very different personalities and opinions about Meagan and Josh.  One is for them 'getting together'.  The other goes overboard trying to find 'dirt' on Josh and send him packing. 

Meagan's mom and grandmother are both a bit crazy and funny.
There is a lot of humor and scenes that might just crack you up.

There are a few bedroom scenes that don't actually happen in the bedroom.  

Overall this was a good story.  I am looking forward to reading the remainder of the series. 

I read this book on my phone using the KOBO app.
I was not asked to review this book. 

This review will be posted on Amazon and Good Reads.
This review will also appear on the Springtime In Magnolia Book Club.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

No Good Deed Left Undone-Ginny Fite-Book Review-Author Interview-Giveaway

No Good Deed Left Undone by Ginny Fite
A giveaway follows!
About the book (provided by IRead Book Tours)
“He had an itchy feeling, something he had seen that his memory had recorded but that he wasn’t paying attention to…”

When a man has everything, he can afford to be generous. Lawyer, philanderer, and horseman Grant Wodehouse is generous to a fault—until he’s stabbed to death with a pitchfork in his barn. The killer could be anyone—his lover’s husband, his troubled son, the homeless guy he lets sleep in his barn, his unscrupulous partner or even his wife.

​Methodical Detective Sam Lagarde doesn’t miss a clue as he questions an ever-growing list of suspects, only to discover the killer has been hiding in plain sight the entire time. Always one step behind the killer, finally Lagarde’s only recourse is one he never wanted to take.

And I thought...
Another new favorite. A page turner. Can't wait for more.  

Plan a couple of days of getting nothing done but reading!
No Good Deed Left Undone was a thrilling page turner from page one!  

I have to admit I was a little ambivalent about this book.  I truly didn't know what to expect.  From the cover I got the idea it wasn't a present day story.  From the back cover I got no indication of the time period.  

Honestly I totally missed the mention of S&M on the back cover.  
Don't let that scare you off.  It's one very short and well written scene.  There is one other very brief scene during one of the murders.  

The rest of the book is super face paced as the reader rides along with Sam (the main character) as he and his deputy make haste in solving the crime(s).  

It was pretty apparent who dun it but the author does an excellent job of keeping the reader interested and strung along making you wonder if your prediction is correct.  

Without spilling the story I was a left slightly uneasy about the subject of violence caused by addiction to prescription drugs.
It was unsettling to realize that even though this was a story that anyone's  family could be involved in tragedy caused by drugs prescribed by physicians.

I really enjoyed No Good Deed Left Undone and look forward to more from Ginny her bio and my interview follow.  

This was a great read but I suggest caution if violence or graphic sex is a trigger or concerning.  

This review will appear on Amazon, B&N, Good Reads and 
My Journey Back.  

I received a complimentary copy. 

Book Details...
Book Title:   No Good Deed Left Undone by Ginny Fite
Category:  Adult Fiction,   267 pages
Genre:  Mystery / Thriller
Publisher:   Black Opal Books
Release date:  September 10, 2016
Format available for review:  print and ebook (PDF)
Will ship print books to:  USA & Canada

Tour dates: Dec 12 to 23, 2016
Content Rating: R (There are a few scenes of explicit sex and violence. Language is

Where to buy...Amazon  ~  Barnes & Noble

About the author
 Ginny Fite Ginny Fite is an award-winning journalist who has covered crime, politics, government, healthcare, art and all things human. She's been a spokesperson for a governor and a member of Congress, a few colleges and universities, and a robotics R&D company. She earned degrees from Rutgers University and Johns Hopkins University and studied at the School for Women Healers and the Maryland Poetry Therapy Institute. No Good Deed, published by Black Opal Books in 2015, is her second Sam Lagarde mystery/thriller set in Charles Town, West Virginia. 
Author interview . . . 

Hello Ginny.  Thank you for sitting down with me and your Sam Lagarde series. 
Before we get into Sam let’s break the ice with a few more personal questions.

I am a quilter and as such I have lots of quilts or pieces started.  It’s kind of a thing with quilters.  How many unpublished or un-finished books do you have?    

Hi, Sherry, I’m delighted to have the opportunity to talk about Sam Lagarde and No Good Deed Left Undone. 
That’s a brilliant observation. My process is exactly like a quilter’s. I work on several projects at once, although not in the same day or maybe even the same week. I am constantly taking notes about ideas related to plot or character, which may be like gathering together fabrics you want to incorporate into your quilt. I also “sketch out” or design the general architecture of a story so I know where I’m going. I can be deep into writing one novel (like sewing one piece to another), be gathering material for a second, and sketching out a third. Right now, I’ve just finished writing the third Lagarde mystery; I’m tweaking a fantasy/thriller and a twisted romance that I’ve been writing over the last two years, and I’ve started sketching another novel.

 Do you have a schedule or timeline when you’re writing 
I have a schedule only in the sense that I write every day, but I don’t set myself a number of pages or words to accomplish. What I want to do is write, which requires thinking and imagining. But it’s not weight training. The only goal I have is to complete the project I start, which can take longer or shorter depending on how complex the initial idea is.

When you began this journey with Sam did you plan or plot the stories in the series?  Can you give us a peek at book 3? 
When Sam started telling me his story, I thought only in terms of one book. But as I finished Cromwell’s Folly, I could see that Sam had some life left in him and more to show me. When I ended No Good Deed Left Undone, I knew Beverly was coming back and I had to write that story.
In book three—Lying, Cheating & Occasionally Murder—Sam has to find the murderer of a real estate broker who is shot in the middle of the night on a dark road. Beverly immediately suspects the wife, a brilliant medical researcher working on a cure for brain cancer. But you know Sam. He just has to follow the clues, wherever they lead.

 Why does the series take place with Sam at his current age? 
That’s another great question. Sam is the age he is because that’s how he came to me. I saw him complete in my mind the minute he started talking. He was always in his early 60s, weathered but not wrinkled. There are benefits to his age: he knows a lot, he’s relatively comfortable in his skin, and he’s really eccentric without anyone to stop him from behaving the way he wants. But he’s still got personal issues he’s never solved, particularly about love, and that makes him interesting to me. It’s also possible that I think men his age are sexy. He’s kind of grown on me, as you can see.

Your description of Sam says he seems to like horses better than people. 
Riding his horse is his outlet.   Do you have a hobby that is your outlet when you’re having writer’s block or maybe needing a break?    
Yes, I paint and draw. My mind simply goes away and I’m all right brained, intensely absorbed in color and line. It’s a wonderful vacation from words and sentences.

I enjoyed reading No Good Deed Left Undone I found myself as I read the story
and as the people Sam interviewed describe Grant Wodehouse that I kind of thought
I would have liked him even though he is described as a bit of a scoundrel.  
Grant is a scoundrel! But Emma loved him and it’s okay if you like him.

How would you describe Wodehouse’s true character?  
Grant is someone who really doesn’t know himself. He’s completely unconscious about the harm he does to the people around him. He’s charming, smart, and totally self-absorbed. He’s successful and therefore he never questions his behavior. When women reject him, he’s initially hurt but he simply replaces them. In a way, he’s spoiled, but he’s learned certain techniques to engage people. He is stuck at the developmental stage of making himself happy. You can like him, but don’t trust him. He’ll eventually break your heart.

You draw the reader in fast in the first page.  I enjoyed how the story jumped from the present to the hours prior.  Was it difficult to write in this style?   
I think my mind works this way. It’s intriguing for me to write in this style but not difficult. I want to know everything that got these characters into this mess, but everything doesn’t happen in the present moment. And of all the things that happened to them to get them to the present predicament, only some of those are critical events. Figuring out where I want to show the reader those past events while I’m moving the present-time story forward is sometimes tricky. I may move a chapter a few times before I’m happy with where the reader finds that information.

Will future stories maybe give us a younger Sam?  
I never thought about that. What a great idea! Who knows, maybe now that you’ve put that idea in my mind… A prequel!

Since publishing Cromwell’s Folly has your writing style or process changed with this second book in the series? 
Somewhere in the middle of writing the third Lagarde mystery I think I understood what I was doing. At the beginning of writing a novel, there’s a picture in my head, some of which I don’t see consciously. During the course of unraveling the mystery of “who done it,” I take all the pieces of this 3-dimensional puzzle apart and examine them. And then I put it all back together so that the reader and I can see the entire thing at the same time. I’m clearer now that I want the reader to be a collaborator who sometimes knows important details before Sam does.

I have one last question I’m dying to ask.   With the plot of the story taking place around a horse barn did you have to do some research or do you have experience in the Equestrian arena?    

I took riding lessons in my early 40s—late in life to fall in love with horses but better than never—and everything about it stuck with me from mucking out the stalls to standing in the stirrups galloping across a field, whooping in joy and fear. I even managed to fall off a horse while trying to take a jump. That’s how I learned you’re supposed to look where you want to go. Some experiences stay with you for life.
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Saturday, December 3, 2016

The Eleventh Hour ebook by Anina Collins
About the book (Create Space)
The first book in the Poppy McGuire Mystery Series, The Eleventh Hour introduces readers to Poppy McGuire and her partner in solving crime, Alex Montero.

Poppy McGuire has always been a curious soul, but it's her life that's usually the topic of conversation in the small town of Sunset Ridge. But now one of the town's most important citizens has been found murdered, and everyone's life is suspect.

What begins as a friendly wager with her old friend Officer Derek Hampton soon becomes far more for Poppy, and she turns to Alex Montero for help, but the enigmatic former Baltimore cop's quiet way hides as many secrets as each suspect they encounter.

Everyone in Sunset Ridge has something to hide, but Poppy and Alex are determined to uncover the identity of the murderer. They just have to watch they don't become the next victims.

And I thought...
A fun new series.  A whodunit that will keep you guessing all the way to the end.  
I enjoyed reading this book. 
The town of Sunset Ridge is quiet small town America until 
murder happens.  I was reminded a bit Gilmore Girls kind of town. A sleepy quiet place you would want to go to. 

And maybe hide away in . . . 
. . . .In fact that is exactly what the very handsome Alex Montero tries to do.  Until murder strikes and Poppy solicits his help to solve the mystery.  

Once established as pseudo partners they get to business uncover would be suspects. 
All the while there is an under current of romance.  Although it just never happens.  

I was a little let down in that department (hence my 4 star rating)
I wanted them to at least decide they really do like each other and maybe hold a hand. 

 I was a little confused about 2/3's when Alex becomes aloof and actually hides out for a day not returning Poppy's calls. 
The reader isn't given an explanation.  Neither is Poppy who is just flat mad.  

The story ends with the mystery solved and Poppy and Alex truly becoming partners when Alex joins the towns police department leading into a 2nd book. 

I enjoyed reading the first installment of the Poppy McGuire Series and look forward to reading the rest of the story.  

This was a great cozy mystery.  

I read The Eleventh Hour on phone using the Kobo app.
I was not asked to write a review.  

This review will appear at retail sites where the book is available and on God Reads.
This review will post on My Journey Back and be linked to blog parties. 

About the author
Anina Collins has always loved a good mystery. From Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous detective Sherlock Holmes to Dan Brown’s intrepid Professor Robert Langdon, she’s spent some of her favorite reading times with mystery novels. When she’s not writing her favorite mystery couple, she can be found watching entirely too much Supernatural and dreaming about the beach. Make sure to connect with her on Facebook! And to get a FREE taste of the Poppy McGuire series, download a sample of the first 7 chapters of The Eleventh Hour (Poppy McGuire Mysteries #1) today! Just go toInstafreebie and get your copy today!

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Friday, December 2, 2016

Elise's Journey-Karla Gracey-Book Review

                                Mail Order Bride - Elise's Journey: Sweet Clean Historical Western Mail Order Bride Inspirational Romance (Eagle Creek Brides Book 1) by [Gracey, Karla]
A fun new title and new series from Karla Gracey!  

About the book...provided by the author
Welcome to the majestic mountains, and the small town of Eagle Creek where brave folk are busy making new lives and new connections. The land may be rugged, but it is beautiful and the men and women are determined to make their mark.
Elise Mitchell is no stranger to traveling huge distances to follow her heart, but this time she is making the move to take back control. Tragically widowed and with a young son to look out for, she finds herself beholden to her husband’s family and their grip is chafing. Having come from Scotland, she knows the mountains and the fresh air will be a tonic for her and her son, Bailey, but will the wilds of Montana be far enough away for her to be free of the Mitchell’s clutches?
Tom Greening loves his land, loves his cattle, and loves the single life. But, when his housekeeper decides to take matters into her own hands to find him a bride he finds himself intrigued, and even begins to think he might just be the marrying kind after all. But Tom has a secret, and it has haunted him for too long. Will it ruin everything and take from him the family he never knew he wanted?

And I thought. . .
Delightful.  What a fun story.  Every now and then I want to read a sweet story.  Elise's Journey was 'it'.  

Admittedly it's kind of hard to believe.  But isn't that what a great read is all about?  

After Elise's husband dies unexpectedly she is left completely at 
her 'in laws' mercy.  Although she tries she finally comes to the realization that she is going to 'butt heads' with them over her son Bailey's future.  

While considering her options she runs across the ads for Mail Order Brides and stumbles onto Tom's ad.  

Even though Tom isn't the one that places the ad it takes almost no time for them to decide that they want to pursue a relationship. 

I enjoyed the story.  The interaction between Tom and Elise and Tom's acceptance of Bailey's son is sweet and heart warming.

Tom not only romances Elise but he romances Bailey as well when he buys him a dog. 

Elise's Journey was truly a sweet story that kept me interested from the very beginning.  

It's nice to read a good clean book that has a happy ending.  

Another thing that I think is different in this story and the others I've read by this author is her ability to provide the reader with opportunities to learn more about the time period.  

The author uses words to describe things that I've never heard before but are relevant to the story.  Making this an excellent story for even younger and older readers to build their vocabulary's and learn a little about different time periods while reading a wholesome story. 

I enjoyed reading Book 1 of the series and look for many more installments.   

Another 5 star read for Karla Gracey and Elise's Journey

Where to buy: provided by author

About the author provided by Good Reads
Karla Gracey was born with a very creative imagination and a love for creating stories that will inspire and warm people's hearts. She has always been attracted to historical romance including mail order bride stories with strong willed women. Her characters are easy to relate to and you feel as if you know them personally. Whether you enjoy action, adventure, romance, mystery, suspense or drama- she makes sure there is something for everyone in her historical romance stories!

This review will appear on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Good Reads and  My Journey Back.
I'll be linking at my favorite blog parties.  

I received a complimentary copy from the author.