Recent Reviews

Beta Reader
Cassandra
Jamison

Emery Klatten just lost her husband, Adam, in a brutal and gruesome murder. He was an author, and she acted as his beta reader—the first eyes on his manuscripts when he completed his novels. She’s struggling to move on with their son, Westley, who is only three years old and doesn’t understand where his Daddy has gone.

CNF:  The story is set in two different places with several characters that are obviously interconnected, and the plot flip flops between the two a lot.

Status: Missing
D.W.
Maroney

The one directive of the Drone Theory Task Force: Determine whether U.S. top secret technology lost when a CIA drone went down in Iran is being used to hijack airliners in flight. When a U.S.

Desert Rose
J. Arlene
Culiner

Men love Rose Badger, and she has no intentions of settling down. She enjoys her flirtations and easy conversations with the men of Blake’s Folly, Nevada, and if the other inhabitants don’t approve, she could care less.

She can’t let herself be charmed by the ice king’s envoy because Marjani Savonett has undertaken one last mission as her alpha brother’s second-in-command. Fane Morningstar wants more, but the fae never let him forget that he’s not pureblooded. Meeting Marjani turns everything he thought he wanted on its head.

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