Recent Reviews

Forsaken Vows
Katherine
Pym

It is a time of turmoil. In the year 1661, Catholics are not tolerated. Emma and Edgar Torbet are twins. They live with their uncle in London. Their mother had to flee their home because of the belief that fraternal twins are the result of adultery. When they are of age Edgar is to help with their Uncle’s business, but he dreams of sailing the seas and the many adventures that wait.

Seven years ago helicopter pilot Jolene Kualoha walked away from private investigator Danker Donahue for honorable reasons, even though she broke both of their hearts. Now, someone is targeting wealthy indigenous Hawaiians as victims of robbery, kidnapping, and torturous death. This author creates a strong sense of insiders versus outsiders in Hawaii based on ethnic origin and social class.

Godspeed: Earls of East Anglia
Kathryn Le Veque
Narrator: Brian Gill

Dashiell “Dash” de Reims is the Captain of the Guard for Edward de Vaston, the Duke of Savernake in East Anglia (England).  The duke has been like a father to him, and is steadily going senile, with a bit of dementia thrown in as well.  His son-in-law and heir, Clayton le Cairon, is tired of waiting for him to die.  He is ready to be the next rich and powerful duke.  Dash thwarts Clayton regula

Mountain climber Lindsey Coulson lost her sister, Allison, scaling the second highest mountain on earth. Time is not healing her grief. She knows she must return to K2, the savage mountain where her sister lost her life. Lindsey manages to join an expedition run by Tyler Galloway.

The Barnstormer
Jane
Lewis

Frankie Howard grew up on the poor side of town in the South, but it did not keep him from following his dream of being a pilot. Learning by the seat of his pants, he became a “barnstormer,” the term used in the early 20th century for daredevil stunt pilots. He went on to secure his career of airplane mechanic, flight instructor, and air taxi.

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