Recent Reviews

Tropic Squall
Ben
Cherot

"Tropic Squall", a seafarer’s love story: unsettling and all things nautical.

Trapping the Butterfly
Debra
Parmley

HISTORICAL:  “I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will.” ― Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

Too Grand For Words
Natasza
Waters

Moira Viterra is down on her luck and down on herself.  A forty-something divorcee, Moira has no hope of having anyone special in her life.  Her career working with rough and gnarly seafaring men has kept her from practicing her feminine charms on the opposite sex.

Chancy Mallory can’t come to grips with her life – she can’t replace her dead brothers in her father’s affections, and she will never be the docile girl who stays home cooking and sewing.  Riding her horse, Bowie, Chancy feels that she’s found everything she wants in life until she meets Nick Stone.  Then she can’t stop thinking about his sky blue eyes.

A belated confession motivates Maeve Lewin’s return to Scotland to meet the mother she had thought died long ago.  Their reunion sets Maeve onto a predestined journey into an enchanted world.   According to an ancient prophecy, Maeve will restore balance to the Otherworld during the time of the Wolf Moon.

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