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Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

the conflicts their disparate pasts bring - Gybe by Kristi M. Turner

"The author's writing style is easy to follow and makes the story a fairly easy read, but there were times when I could certainly tell that this was a debut novel. Every writer has one, of course, and that's their starting point. They build from there and there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. This is a solid start and a good story. I think there are great things in this author's future!" - Bobbie, Goodreads

Monday, July 24, 2017

They say to keep your friends close and... Elemental Trials series by Ronelle Antoinette

"Hang on to your seat,
Suffice it to say, it drugs me along on a roller-coaster ride
Love magic and how it works. I think the one spell could have rebounded harsher, but it's not my rules. You will enjoy this book." - Anna, Amazon

love against revenge - A Burning in The Darkness by A P McGrath

"I will say this. There are many twists and turns at times it seems like a kitten had fun with the yarn and it is all a jumble of string and you cannot see your way through the mess...but it will not stay this way. Enjoy and try to set a time limit if it is during a work week or you will be losing sleep. Just sayin'." - Leah, Goodreads

Earth’s greatest defensive weapon - Amethyst Chronicles series by KG Stutts

Amethyst is a secret team of genetically enhanced humans which is Earth’s greatest defensive weapon. Leading the team of super soldiers is Ember Wilson, a tough woman with a huge chip on her shoulder. The team gets their name from the after effect of the Genesis Project which turned their eyes and even their blood purple.

two simple but strange conditions - The Last Gambi by Om Swami

"Inspiring! Motivating! Enthralling!It's been a long time I have read anything fictional.I got this book directly from Swamiji's Ashram with Swamiji's personalized signature. :)
This book takes your grip right from the first page as the mystery begins there. You cannot put this book down once you start reading." - Girish, Goodreads

a moral compass? - Chasing Shadows by Bernadette Marie

" Excelent. This book has a plot twist that’s bound to shock readers. Strongly recommended for any avid reader with a keen eye for detail. I thoroughly enjoyed every second of this book, and was fully immersed in the chase to find the murderer."- leonie, Goodreads

the horror is not over... yet - Closer Than Yesterday (Land's End #3) by S.W. Frontz

"Closer Than Yesterday is a story that shows the human spirit can triumph over darkness. Each book in the Land's End series is more addictive than the last. I love these characters and the setting. I can't wait to see what happens next." - Rosemary, Goodreads


the exception - Dark Experiments (Forever and a Night #2) by Lana Campbell

"I read forever and a night first and had to follow up. It's gripping and a true romantic tale of love and forgivness. Christian is a very formed character that became like a friend to me. It's the type of book I could easily see as a TV movie or series, they have so much to offer." - Mark, Goodreads

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Search & Recover - A Necessary Lie (Search and Recover) by Lucy Farago

The Investigative Collection Unit is one of the world’s most renowned agencies, solving cases with—or without—the law on its side. And the Unit’s men are special agents in more ways than one, with secrets that can make or break them—and the hearts of those who fall for them...

Love is in bloom . . .- Love on the Vine (Bound by Design #2) by Roxanne Smith

Oliver not only has a personal stake in the investigation, his entire career in law enforcement is on the line. Stubborn, sensible Kay is a distraction he can’t afford, but as they dig deeper into the case, they discover a chemistry that’s too heated to deny.

to take the bitter with the sweet... Lucky Charmed (Charmed in Texas #2) by Sharla Lovelace

"There's a lot of angst and emotion to this story, but there are also lots of light-hearted moments. I loved the fact that the entire town is built around honey and Carmen hates the food. There's also a seriously poignant moment that I loved with a diner cook in the West. Just a great book. I highly recommend and cannot wait for the next book in the series." - Christi, Goodreads

Friday, July 21, 2017

Arabella and the Battle of Venus (Adventures of Arabella Ashby #2) by David D. Levine

“Debut of the Month. Embedded in the chaos of clockwork and space adventure, Arabella is a delightful heroine with more than enough fortitude to traverse the solar system. … A fanciful romp through a cosmic 1812, Hugo Award–winning Levine’s first novel is a treat for steampunk fantasy fans.”— Library Journal, starred review


Thursday, July 20, 2017

The Brandon Fisher FBI Series by Carolyn Arnold


"If you are on the lookout for a new series to get stuck into and the cool thing is that you don't have to read the books in order as I can assume from Blue Baby - which can be easily read as a stand-alone novel."-