My Review: This book comes across as a madcap compilation of Alice in Wonderland and the Seven Deadly Sins. Nicholas Blackwell stands before the Blackwell Manor with little memory of how he arrived. Knowing he has to enter the Manor, he opens the door and remembers… The book then enters into flashback mode and Nicholas […]
Author: E.J. Roberts
My Review: Every so often, you will read a book that will touch your heart and change your life. Home was one such book for me. Like Melanie, I also dive into the fiction world rather than confront the uncomfortable truths around me. Needless to say, I understood her quite well. For me, it was […]
My Review: Every so often, there comes along a dystopian YA novel that captures the minds and imagination of readers everywhere. The Hunger Games was one such book. Age of Order is another. It captured a starred review from Kirkus for good reason. Set in the not so distant future, Julian North takes us on […]
This is book three in the Judah Black series. Be sure to check out Guilty by Association (book 1) and Blood Debt (book 2) while you’re at it!
My Review: Simon was a hermit. It didn’t matter that he had more money than he knew what to do with. He only wanted the simple life, which meant no one else need apply. However, one day, his doorbell rang. That wouldn’t be a big deal if the doorbell hadn’t been disconnected. It wasn’t supposed […]
My Review: I will begin this by saying I love the show Castle. You might wonder what this has to do with anything, but if you read Bounty and then Blood Ties, you’ll see it. Jill Andersen definitely has the spirit of Kate Beckett from the show. The honor, the drive to serve her city […]
My Review: I will admit I bought this book purely off the cover and someone mentioned ‘fantasy.’ It seemed a good enough reason at the time and I wasn’t disappointed. The funny thing is, Bethany DeVors breaks some of the “rules”. An example would be, it starts off with a dream. However, it’s a very […]