Irex by Carl Rackman: Book Review

Irex by Carl Rackman: Book Review

Carl Rackman brings sophistication and elegance to a mystery fraught with danger. Irex is an amazing historical mystery thriller that had me on the edge of my seat. Many thanks to Carl Rackman for providing me with a complimentary digital copy of Irex with a request for an honest review. Also, thanks to Dave at The Write…

Necessarily Evil by Shad Nemo Freud: Series Review

Necessarily Evil by Shad Nemo Freud: Series Review

Necessarily Evil is a series of books that takes you through the depths of Hell. But, there is so much more to love.

The Belle of Belgrave Square by Mimi Matthews: Book Review

The Belle of Belgrave Square by Mimi Matthews: Book Review

Mimi Matthews does it again! Just when I think I can’t love her more, she surprises me. The Belle of Belgrave Square is the surprise this time.

Caleb’s Window by John Siefring: Book Review

Caleb’s Window by John Siefring: Book Review

John Siefring’s novel, Caleb’s Window, tells an endearing story of love, loss, and the reflection of life gone by.

The Marquess of Yew Park House by Lotte James: Book Review

The Marquess of Yew Park House by Lotte James: Book Review

The Marquess of Yew Park House by Lotte James gives readers a wonderful couple to root for. The intrigue and mystery will have you hooked from beginning to end!

A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting by Sophie Irwin: Book Review

A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting by Sophie Irwin: Book Review

Sophie Irwin wins the day with her debut novel, A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting. This Regency novel is hilarious and full of romance and deception.

The Homewreckers by Mary Kay Andrews: Book Review

The Homewreckers by Mary Kay Andrews: Book Review

The Homewreckers by Mary Kay Andrews shows readers the majestic beauty of Savannah, Georgia. Andrews blends a deep mystery with the brilliance of a rom-com and wraps readers around her finger. Keep reading for more about this book and highlights from Tybee Island.