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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Book Blitz and Review for One Small Chance

Author Lucinda Whitney is back to join us with her newest book!
She is offering her book at a discount price right now too - you can pick it up for $0.99

And, for a short time, she is offering a $25 gift card for posting a review!!
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Lucinda Whitney was born and raised in Portugal, where she received a master’s degree from the University of Minho in Braga in Portuguese/English teaching. She lives in northern Utah. When she’s not reading and writing, she can be found with a pair of knitting needles in winter, or tending her herb garden in the summer. She also works part-time as a substitute teacher.

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One city of two million people and only three months to find her.
What are his chances?

When Isabel Antunes is hit by a man on a bike, she doesn’t expect to see him again. But on Monday at work, she learns her boss just hired him. Despite the guy’s repeated assurances to the contrary, she feels he’s a threat to her position of director, and she won’t hand it over without a fight. As if that’s not enough, he’s a member of the same church she joined a few months ago and she can’t get away from him on the weekends either.

Simon Ackerley is in Lisbon, Portugal, as a consultant for an English-only private academy. He doesn’t speak any Portuguese but he’s enjoying the city and his new job, despite a co-worker who’s bent on treating him as the enemy.

But when he discovers a clue to her identity, Simon realizes there is so much more at stake than just a pleasant working environment. If only he could tell her the reason why he’s come, he’s sure Isabel would treat him differently. But he knows she’s not ready for the truth.

This was a very sweet book about the small chance of finding someone you love ... especially when you don't even know their real name!
As with any romance, this book was full of the troubles of dating, learning to love and trust, and coming to know a person on that sweet level that leads to Happily Ever After. But unlike other romances, I enjoyed the wonder of two people who have known each other's hearts and souls for years, but don't know each others' faces! It was a sweet story as they came to discover that the person they were looking for was in front of each of them the entire time. And the speculation of trying to show someone who you really are inside and out. I loved this book, it was a great, clean read and left me with a smile on my face and happy thoughts of love.

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Bleeding Hearts Review and Book Tour

Orphaned at an early age, now twenty-four- year-old Camryn Lucks is ready to commit to find that special someone, and so accepts a date from a charming, gallant, handsome stranger. The last thing she imagines after accepting that first date with Carson would actually be the beginning of her worst nightmare.

Red roses, a reminder of her parents' killer, soon become an emblem of horror for Cami as one by one, those closest to her fall victim to a serial killer. Cami becomes an obsession for Carson, the man she had finally allowed herself to love. Not only is he vying for her heart, but also her life.

Finding herself in a whirlwind of torments shadowed by the blood-colored bloom, Cami finds solace in Isaac, a neighboring police officer. She’s desperate to escape the haunting memories, but she must revisit them in order to catch her would-be killer. Living life in constant fear has driven Cami to second-guess every choice she makes. Will the police catch the illusive murderer, or will Cami be forced to face him once again?

I actually really enjoyed this book even though I don't typically read thrillers and murder mysteries. They have been growing on me lately and this book was no exception. The thrills, the chills, and the overall feel of the book was perfect. I also enjoyed the pending romance that hid in the background as the main character and her cop friend worked to unravel the trail of murders and find the criminal. I was hooked and read the book in one day. It was a great story and even with the death and blood, it was not gory. And even with the romance it was still clean. And I'd recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good murder mystery - especially when you know the murderer is right on your tail the entire time ... and you just can't catch him ....

Dana Provo has always loved books and reads everything from young adult fantasy to adult historical romances. When she’s not reading or writing her next novel, Dana can be found riding her horses and getting ready for competition. Dana lives with her husband and two house plants in Richmond, Virginia.

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Monday, August 29, 2016

Book tour and Review

We are excited to welcome Author Ren Garcia back for a
wonderful 2 week tour featuring his newest book!

Mysterious and elusive, Lady Chrysania of Bloodstein calls from the ruins of her castle. She dwells in the dark, hiding her face, ravaged by an ancient curse. The only way to break the curse is to win a game called Perlamum. If she loses, she dies. She looks to her Vith kin in the west, begging for help acquiring the all-important pieces she needs to play the game. 

Lord Kabyl of Blanchefort, his Ne-Countess Sammidoran, and his cousins answer her call. However, collecting the Perlamum pieces for Lady Bloodstein is a deadly game. They must face a host of perils: 

-The terrible Black Hat in the city of Waam who knows their every move. 
-A hated rival on the planet Xandarr and the bewildering labyrinth of Gods Temple. 
-The man from Shook who cannot be killed. 
-A family of vile bravos from the south. 
-The diabolical Dead Men of Mare, nigh invincible creatures straight from an insane nightmare. 

To even the odds, Kay and Sam turn to a forgotten graveyard deep in the Telmus Grove, and the great eminence resting there. 

Can Lady Chrysania of Bloodstein be helped, or, for that matter . . . 

. . . can she be trusted? 

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Ren Garcia is a Science Fiction/Fantasy author and Texas native who grew up in western Ohio. He has been writing since before he could write, often scribbling alien lingo on any available wall or floor with assorted crayons. He attended The Ohio State University and majored in English Literature. Ren has been an avid lover of anything surreal since childhood, he also has a passion for caving, urban archeology and architecture. His highly imaginative "League of Elder" book series is published by Loconeal Publishing

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This is Author Ren Garcia's 10th book but I was amazed at how easy it was to jump into it as a stand alone even not having read the previous books. These books all connect but work well on their own from what I've seen with this book. The characters were engaging and each had their own distinct personality and the story continually moved and progressed. If you like sci-fi you'll love this book. The different races of people, the travel and magic, even the rivalries and the way dominant people (or black hats) play the other characters like pawns in a game. You do have to have a strong stomach because there is acts of war and fighting to the death. Plus some cannibalism (not in gruesome detail). But overall, I really enjoyed the creativity that Ren put into this book and the process of events. The game the characters are playing and the world building was very creative and unique. I'm excited to read his other books before this and discover what they are all about.

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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Engines of Liberty - release of Patriot's Game and Reviews

I don't typically do a whole lot of Steampunk reading, but I found myself truly enjoying these books. Find my review for each f the 3 books under each of the book descriptions!

In 1776, the American rebels were thwarted by British magic. The leaders were executed, but the surviving soldiers went into hiding and kept the revolution alive. By 1984 they have developed better weapons and machinery to even the odds. Now all these "technomancers" need is an army for their arsenal, and their newest recruit is 15 year-old Calvin Adler of Baltimore. The problem is, he’s got a pretty strong will, and might give the technomancers at bit of trouble in training...

I started these books not fully realizing they were going to include magic and steampunk. I knew, but I had no idea how much. But I was very surprised and pleased and how well the author tied in these aspects to history of the revolutionary war in a way that seemed so natural, like it could have happened. Once I got going I didn't question the aspects as I was fully engrossed in the story. The does not soften the harsh reality that is war, but did allow us to see it from a alternate perspective that I enjoyed. It kept me captivated right to the end where  the cliff hanger made me grab for the next book without hesitation. I would highly recommend this book - be be warned, you won't be able to stop with just one book. It will suck you through until the end. Very well written!


Calvin learns that the technomancers aren't all good guys like he'd thought, and soon runs afoul of the worst of them. Now, with a bomb in his chest and a lot of ground to cover, he has a little over a week to save his life, or else become another casualty in the revolution. Meanwhile, an old enemy comes back stronger than ever, with ambition to spare...

Book Two picked up and kept going exactly where book 1 left off. It was fast paced and full of moments when I wondered if the main character was going to survive at all. It was obvious the main character was still learning and growing, and even though I sometimes forgot he was only a teenager, there were times that it was painfully obvious he was a teen. He didn't always think outside himself, but it definitely made for great back and forth feelings of wanting to see what would happen and how things would play out. Overall I loved the fast movement of this story and the view it gave of how this alternative universe would have been, how things would have been done, and yet touches so close to home that, like in the first book, it was easy to accept and see how it could have been.


Calvin is on the brink of death. The army is scattered, the commodore is dead, and the British mages know about the technomancers' secret weapon. Just as all hope seems lost, Calvin and his friends find out the mages have a weakness, one that could end the war overnight and liberate the colonials.
But it will take a miracle to reach it...

This was definitely my favorite of the books, but I think it had to do with the tying up of all events, good and bad, and the growth in the MC as he came to realize that what he needed to do was outside himself. The battle scenes were great and the moments of being unsure definitely pushed me forward to know what would happen. It was a great tie up to the trilogy and I loved how everything connected. There was no character that was left on the sidelines or left us wondering how it ended for them. We knew they were dead or they were brought back to finish their stories. It was imaginative, enjoyable, and really a good read. Definitely must read all 3 books together to enjoy the full story, but it is absolutely worth the read.


Graham Bradley is a truck driver by trade, but has been writing since age eight, thanks to the encouragement of a childhood teacher, Mrs. Peplowski.

Likewise, his grandmother made him promise to "do something" with his knack for drawing, so he illustrates as well.

He is fluent in Spanish, and knows the proper method of ironing a dress shirt. Despite spending less than 6 hours of his entire life in Indianapolis, the Colts are his team.

He lives in Henderson, Nevada, with his wife and sons.

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Friday, August 12, 2016

A living Hope Tour and Review

It was a match made in heaven. Or so everyone thought. Sadie Mae Cummings is all set to marry her childhood sweetheart, Kyle, when she is assigned to tutor Lincoln, the new college football running back. This sophomore phenomenon has all the girls on campus knocking on his door. But Sadie isn't interested in his advances.

Lincoln’s overblown ego doesn't take well to being shunned, and he resolves to make Sadie his own. He pursues her relentlessly, until finally Kyle finds himself shut out of Sadie's life, with their shared future crumbling around him.

After two years, Sadie’s relationship with Lincoln ends, and she is left having to put the pieces of her life back together. She desires nothing more than to recapture her relationship with Kyle. He has stayed true to the dreams they had planned together, living the vision even without Sadie by his side.

When she moves back to her hometown, she labors to rekindle their love. But things have changed, and Kyle has moved on. Sadie quickly discovers how hard it is to rebuild burned bridges.

Follow Sadie’s story as she fights for a chance to restore broken dreams. Will love endure?

This inspirational romance by E. C. Jackson is book two of the Hope series and is a standalone book.

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E. C. Jackson began her writing career with the full-length play Pajama Party. For three and a half years, she published the Confidence in Life newsletter for Alpha Production Ministries, in addition to writing tracts and devotionals. Teaching a women’s Bible study at her church for eleven years led naturally to her current endeavor, writing inspirational romance novels. Her mission: spiritual maturity in the body of Christ through fiction.
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I liked this book even more than the previous book. It was sweet and full of lessons of forgiveness, love, learning to rely on God, patience, and Faith. It is a good clean Christian book and I really enjoyed that it touched on some very real issues that happen today and that people hide due to fear, embarrassment, or doubt. And I loved that the author addressed these issues and talked about the process of overcoming them while moving forward with life and love. Very sweet book.

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