Category: Contemporary Fiction

Blog Tour and Review: When You’re Gone by Brooke Harris @Janelle_Brooke @bookouture

Blog Tour and Review: When You’re Gone by Brooke Harris @Janelle_Brooke @bookouture

When You’re Gone by Brooke Harris Amazon: https://geni.us/B07LDSCMPZSocial iBookstore: http://ow.ly/O1e030o1FIw Kobo: http://ow.ly/BIYW30o1FLa Googleplay: http://ow.ly/L2HS30o1FON   Holly was overjoyed to discover she was pregnant. But the baby is unwell, and her relationship is fracturing under the stress. Just when she is at her lowest, she receives the worst news of all: her beloved nana, Annie, is dying. But Annie has one final wish before she […]

Posted March 16, 2019
Blog Tour, Contemporary Fiction, Review, Women's Fiction / 0 Comments
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Review: The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald @Christinamac79 @GalleryBooks #bookrev..

Review: The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald @Christinamac79 @GalleryBooks #bookreview

The Night Olivia Fell by Christina McDonald is one of those books that you know is going to be great right from the moment you pick it up. When I first started reading the story, I came to realize that this book is so much more than just “great.” It is undeniably extraordinary. McDonald is such a talented and gifted […]

Posted February 7, 2019
Contemporary Fiction, Mystery, Review, Thriller / 0 Comments
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Blog Tour and Review: Promise Me by Jade Beer @JadeBRIDES @bookouture #PromiseMe #NetGalle..

Blog Tour and Review: Promise Me by Jade Beer @JadeBRIDES @bookouture #PromiseMe #NetGalley

Promise Me by Jade Beer Amazon: http://geni.us/B07G3XPMHHSocial iBooks: http://ow.ly/el8K30mnKN9 Kobo: http://ow.ly/xq0n30mnKKA Googleplay: http://ow.ly/igYY30mnKGk If you could wish one thing for your daughter, what would it be? Jenny lost her beloved mother as a teenager, and was left devastated. As a parting gift she left her daughter a bundle of letters, one for each significant day of Jenny’s future. First date, […]

Posted November 1, 2018
Blog Blitz, Contemporary Fiction, Women's Fiction / 0 Comments
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Review: The Dream Daughter by Diane Chamberlain @D_Chamberlain #TheDreamDaughter #NetGalle..

Review: The Dream Daughter by Diane Chamberlain @D_Chamberlain #TheDreamDaughter #NetGalley

Caroline “Carly” Sears is pregnant during a time when technological advances in fetal surgery were unheard of. Her unborn baby has a serious heart defect. A defect that could not be treated in 1970, so her doctor suggests terminating the pregnancy as even if she goes full term her baby would not live for long once born. Carly has already […]

Posted October 9, 2018
Contemporary Fiction, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Time Travel / 0 Comments
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Review: After the Fire by Will Hill @WillHillauthor

Review: After the Fire by Will Hill @WillHillauthor

After the Fire weaves a heartbreaking story of one teens life before and after being rescued from the Holy Church of the Lord’s Legion, a Texas cult lead by Father John. Moonbeam is only seventeen years old, but for most of her life she has lived in the Lord’s Legion and has been taught to never trust Outsiders as they […]

Posted October 6, 2018
Contemporary Fiction, Suspense, YA / 0 Comments
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Blog Tour and Review: My T(r)oyboy is a Twat by Paula Houseman @rararesources @PaulaHousem..

Blog Tour and Review: My T(r)oyboy is a Twat by Paula Houseman @rararesources @PaulaHouseman

My T(r)oyboy is a Twat Love, romance, marriage, and a dark little secret. Shh … Small things let loose can grow out of hand. Ruth Roth’s new husband can’t keep it in. If only he had all those years ago, things might be different now. His big mouth sends every family member into hell. Except for Ruth’s late mother. She […]

Posted September 30, 2018
Blog Tour, Contemporary Fiction, Review / 0 Comments
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Review: SKA: Serial Killers Anonymous by William Schlichter @wmschlichter #bookreview

Review: SKA: Serial Killers Anonymous by William Schlichter @wmschlichter #bookreview

Seven serial killers join together as a group, headed by Jane, in order to try to stop their sick tendencies to kill. Naturally, they can’t join a regular support group, so Serial Killers Anonymous is born via the dark web. This support group brings together the most horrific serial killers. While meeting in abandoned buildings they can each discuss their […]

Posted September 23, 2018
Contemporary Fiction, Review, Thriller / 0 Comments
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Blog Blitz and Review: Sleeping Through War by Jackie Carreira @rararesources

Blog Blitz and Review:  Sleeping Through War by Jackie Carreira @rararesources

  Book Synopsis: The year is 1968 and the world is changing forever. During the month of May, students are rioting and workers are striking across the globe, civil rights are being fought and died for, nuclear bombs are being tested, there are major conflicts on every continent, and war is raging in Vietnam. Against this volatile background, three women […]

Posted September 9, 2018
Blog Blitz, Contemporary Fiction, Literary, Review / 0 Comments
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