Recent Reviews

Another Dawn
Deb
Stover

Luke Nolan was sitting in the electric chair for a murder that he didn’t commit when an explosion rocks the building, eradicating everything. He quickly exchanged clothes with the dead priest Fr. Salazar, so he could disguise himself. He only found one other person alive,  a doctor whom he didn’t even know. He does know that he must make sure she doesn’t realize he is an escapee.

The year is 1929 and poor farm girl Jeannette ‘Netty’ Elizabeth Smith has run away from Robert Doyle, her fine upstanding husband, successful lawyer and newly appointed county magistrate. Or is he? Netty has spent years as a prisoner in her own home suffering sexual, mental and physical abuse before she manages to escape back to her old farm.

Anticipation of the Penitent
Nancy LaRonda
Johnson

Anticipation of the Penitent is literary Christian fiction about Alezea, whose son is a serial killer, supposedly the result of her unholy relationship with the Devil.  Tormented with guilt from helping her son Thomas bury his young victims, Alezea feels unclean from the Devil’s assaults, believing he has claimed her heart and soul.  She is led to the community Gabriel, where she receives lovin

All Fall Down
Julie Coulter
Bellon

Rafe Kelly is a Navy SEAL home from Afghanistan to recuperate from his injuries, in particular a knee injury. His younger brother, Vince is the acting CEO of Axis, Inc. in Hartford Ct., a computer forensics company on the verge of catapulting to the forefront of the industry while their father is in the hospital.

Saving the Rifleman
Julie
Rowe

Europe is torn by the vagaries of the Great War - thousands upon thousands are dead or refugees, left with nothing. In the middle of occupied Belgium stands a hospital. A hospital whose nurses are dedicated to the Allies, who do everything in their power to smuggle wounded soldiers to safety. Maria is one of those nurses.

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