Review: Love Heals

Love Heals is a very interesting read. It is written by Becca Stevens who shares her journey at Thistlewood Farms. The way she discussed the restorative properties of the thistle we see her also working with women who have been addicted to drugs, recovering from abusive relationships, and other unthinkable tragedies. We see her journey to work alongside them and learn from them as much … Continue reading Review: Love Heals

Review: Three Bedrooms & One Corpse

Once again, another book that I really enjoyed. I am so happy to see not so lucky at love Aurora Teagarden finally finding some happiness. The fact that she is stumbling upon corpses at an alarming rate just means this is going to be another great mystery. I recommend this book once again to those fans of Charlaine Harris, Janet Evanovich, and good fun mystery … Continue reading Review: Three Bedrooms & One Corpse

Mermaid by Jodi Picoult

Mermaid is written by Jodi Picoult as a  Kindle Singe. I read it in a matter of hours. It is an easy one setting or passenger seat read. Jodi Picoult did not disappoint. Her research and creative storytelling come together to create a union of a tale that you wish did not end. The story is brief but very rich and deep. The story is … Continue reading Mermaid by Jodi Picoult

A Bone To Pick: Review

Charlaine Harris has once again tickled my fancy with another amazing tale. I know this is one of her first series but I absolutely love it. I wish I had discovered it sooner. She writes her characters so well that you really feel you know them. We once again find ourselves tagging along for an adventure or maybe misadventure with Aurora Teagarden. This story takes … Continue reading A Bone To Pick: Review

Review: Real Murders by Charlaine Harris

I am beyond ecstatic to have started the Aurora Teagarden mysteries. I absolutely love Charlaine Harris. She is an Arkansas author and lets face it she is just so talented and I would read her grocery list. This books hooked me form the beginning. Aurora Teagarden is a single librarian whose love life is on the fritz. She is part of a club that meets … Continue reading Review: Real Murders by Charlaine Harris

Ten Days In A Mad House

Nelly Bly is a trailblazer for women. She was really a stand out and stand up journalist who started doing expose long before modern media techniques. She stayed ten days in an institution for the insane being perfectly sane. She uncovered horrific treatment and conditions. She was able to eventually bring about change for those who were sent to care and not abuse. The families … Continue reading Ten Days In A Mad House

Everything We Keep: Book Review

Kerry Lonsdale takes us on a journey of loss, self-discovery, and how to begin again. Aimee’s fiancé died that turned her world upside down especially since they were childhood sweethearts. She soon starts getting messages from an elusive women that give her hints that her fiancé could be alive. Aimee has moved on and even finds herself finding a new love but then she has … Continue reading Everything We Keep: Book Review

A Touch Of Dead: Sookie Stackhouse Stories Book Review

  I can never get enough of my favorite Bon Temps resident and her band of supernatural friends. She always makes me smile and the stories never get old. I am really sad that this is the absolute last Stookie Stackhouse stories. There are few writers that I love like Charlain Harris. Her ability to make me escape reality is like none other. This collection … Continue reading A Touch Of Dead: Sookie Stackhouse Stories Book Review

Book Freebie: From Gods

***2013 InD’Tale RONE Award Finalist for YA**** Did you just see a flash of lightning across the sky on a clear sunny day? Don’t blame Mother Nature.   Skylar Rome can’t wait to spend her last summer before college with her cousin, Kayla. Everything changes when they meet the Grand brothers. Skylar is sure she should stay away from Mason Grand, but their attraction is … Continue reading Book Freebie: From Gods

Review: A Monster Calls 

So today my friend places a book in my hand and says just read it. So I did in one sitting this evening. I would have never seen A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness for the amazing story it is if  I had just come across it.  Everyone at some point has to tell their story whether they like how it goes or what’s going … Continue reading Review: A Monster Calls