Ice Cream Castles Review

Ice Cream Castles is a short novel by Clarke Collins. Naomi is a woman in her late 40s who has given up on looking for love. Her boyfriend Ray had proposed to her, but then his wife showed up at her front door and ruined that relationship. Now, she focuses on running her frozen yogurt […]

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The Strongest Vow Review

The Strongest Vow is an interfaith love story by Hasan Ahmed Ashrafi. Harris was focusing on going to college, but his father had different plans. When he found out that one of his friends was going through hard times and needed someone to tutor his teenaged high-school daughter, Harris’ father volunteered his son. Harris didn’t […]

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The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner Review (Twilight 3.5)

Bree Tanner can barely remember life before she had uncannily powerful senses, superhuman reflexes, and unstoppable physical strength. Life before she had a relentless thirst for blood…life before she became a vampire. All Bree knows is that living with her fellow newborns has few certainties and even fewer rules: watch your back, don’t draw attention […]

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Highland Butterflies Review

Lucy is grieving and decides to go to the Scottish Highlands and deal with her pain. She doesn’t have a plan, but she meets a woman named Hannah. Suddenly, her problems seem to disappear. This is a very short story literally about two women meeting in the Scottish Highlands. I have read a few highlander […]

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Flip the Beat Blog Tour Plus Review

This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Roxanne D. Howard will be awarding a $10 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour. WHEN YOU WISH UPON […]

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Switch Review

Greg is starting to worry about his friend Kyle, who seems to have made a habit of sleeping with a different man every night. He doesn’t want him to get hurt, and he doesn’t want Kyle to hurt himself by drinking too much and getting into trouble. Usually when things get like this, Greg tries […]

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Scales Review

When I randomly found this book on my phone, I thought I was going to be in for a unique story with mermaids. Instead, I realized that this was the same book as “Caught in the Current” from the Sirens and Scales box set, except it was from Verona’s POV. This, however, was not bad. […]

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His: The Cellar Sequel Review (Spoilers)

Let me give a bit of a backstory about this before I hop into the review. When I finished reading the Cellar and heard that there was a sequel to it from Goodreads, I thought that I would have to wait until it was published next year. However, I found out that the sequel was […]

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Mother’s Misfortune Review (Perrault Chronicles 1.4)

This short story is about Rilla’s stepmother and stepsisters, and what happens to them after Rilla is gone. I won’t spoil this short story, but I definitely enjoyed the stepmother being less of a one-dimensional character like she is in the fairytale and actually being given an interesting backstory. The mother and daughters go on […]

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The Tiger Temple ARC Review

I received an advance copy of this book. Kane is attending an annual Hindu religious event at the Temple of Origin, near the Mount Agung volcano. As he is enjoying time with his friends, gunshots break out in the temple. One of the most notorious gangsters of the area has been betrayed by someone in […]

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