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.

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Set You Free: Love, Lies, and the Secrets that Bind by Elmer Seward

"Another Summer Delight from Elmer Seward
[...] the perfect setting for a tale of love and intrigue (with a bit of local flavor). Like the characters in Hearts in the Storm and Dreams of the Sleepless, those in Set You Free are complex and carefully crafted to support the plot." - Meagan, Amazon

she vows to get revenge - When Darkness Falls: The First Vampire Redemption Story by Ellen Chauvet

" I thoroughly enjoyed the read and can't wait for the sequel
Be Warned - when you start to read When Darkness Falls you may have a hard time putting it down! The story grabs you right from the outset and moves quickly." - Avid Reader, Amazon

when the right woman comes along…Chasing Love (The Littleton Brothers #2) by Melissa West

"Everything about this story -- the fantastic characters, the fact that it encompasses -- I believe -- one of the best tropes in the brother's best friend trope, the fast-paced plot and the dialogue which was the perfect combination of playful, emotional and intense -- made this story a total page turner that I never wanted to end. Will Charlie and Lila get the happy ever after they both deserve after everything they've been through in the past." - Bec, Goodreads

the hardest thing - The Mommy Detectives and the Bingo Hall Mystery by Alathia Paris Morgan

"This book has so many great elements, mystery, mayhem, red-herrings, more than a splash of humour, poignancy and that most wonderful of things - the solid bond of strong friendship. The stand out character for me was Aunt Marie - she is one feisty lady!" - Rosie, Goodreads

a new light - Aiding the Dragon (Stonefire Dragons #9) by Jessie Donovan

18+ "Okay so I absolutely love this book! I have been reading this series for almost two years. Every book is better than the last, Teagan and Aaron's story was no different. From the moment I began reading the book until I finished it, it had me excited and on the edge of my seat. I went through an emotional roller coaster with this book too." - Lacrymosa, Goodreads

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Squash Self-Doubt and Worry - Reprogram Yourself for UNSTOPPABLE Self-Confidence by Kristi Patrice Carter

No matter what you want to accomplish in your life, if you lack self-confidence, success may be just beyond your reach. Even the most goal-oriented and innovative people can be racked with worry, fear, and self-doubt.

the fleeting nature of attraction - Fall with Me (Sixth Street Bands #2) by Jayne Frost

18+ "Fall With Me is short, sweet, beautiful and unique. It is the second book in the Sixth Street Bands series, but I hadn’t read the first book. There are no spoilers about the previous book and I never had the feeling that I needed to read that book first. After meeting the secondary characters, I want to read the first book and any book that will follow." - Hanne, Goodreads

That ghost sure looks . . . familiar - A Ghostly Mortality (Ghostly Southern Mysteries #6) by Tonya Kappes

"This book is much more emotional than the others. It is also a very good mystery told with a dash of humor that it Emma Lee and Granny's style. Yes it is sad, but a twist at the very end makes you realize there is always hope. What a good book! I can hardly wait for another in the series!" - Barbara, Goodreads

a last breath escape - Dawn Girl by Leslie Wolfe

"Even in the absence of a prologue, I was pulled into the story immediately. I was riveted all the way to the end. There are plenty of high tension, twists and turns. I felt strongly invested in Tess and her makeshift team. The chapters are short and snappy and the tale flows beautifully." - Christine, Goodreads

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Banished. Cast out. Powerless. - Y'keta (The Sky Road Trilogy #1) by Sandra Hurst

"Sandra Hurst’s first novel is breathtakingly beautiful. Her poet’s soul shines through the lyrical prose, producing a captivating world that is as real as it is mythical. In this coming of age story, the two protagonist [...] come alive with emotions and challenges familiar to young people of any time and place. " - D.Ford, Amazon

erotically incorrect - Linda Gets her Groove Thing (The Green Room Chronicles #2) by J.D. Frettier

"Now? "Karma is a bitch, and now, she’s going to be my new best friend."I “Absofreakinglutely" adore the Green Room Chronicles. I can't wait for the next installment. I definitely recommend this to anyone who enjoys spicy comedy.
Peace Out! " - Anna, Goodreads

A desperate situation....The Fixer: The Naked Man by Jill Amy Rosenblatt

"The novella starts with a bang as we are immediately thrown into the action with Katerina. It's fast-paced and exciting with each and every turn in the story [...] I can honestly say that I was not bored at any single point in the book whatsoever. [...] Packed with thrills and fun characters, The Fixer: The Naked Man is a quick and exciting read with a cliffhanger to leave you wanting more." - Ashton, Goodreads

She wants the job - The Guns Above (Signal Airship #1) by Robyn Bennis

“An engaging gunpowder adventure with a helping of witty Noel Coward dialogue and a touch of Joseph Heller.” ―Tina Connolly, Nebula Award-nominated author of Ironskin
“Wonderfully adventurous and laudably detailed. Bennis paints airship battles so clearly you'd swear they were from memory.” ―Becky Chambers, author of The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet

five newly imagined Belles and the Beasts - Fractured Beauty: The Fairy Tale Five

by Adrienne Monson, 
Lehua Parker  
Angela Corbett  
Angela Brimhall 
Angela Hartley 

If all the adults are gone - Darkest Days (The Last Orphans, #4) by N W Harris

The ancient slave mongers who killed the adults and enslaved the children have angered a more advanced species of aliens. Composed of pure energy, this superior race has attacked the Anunnaki home world and is now setting a course for Earth.

May We Fill Your Kindle #giveaway ( #Instafreebie)

Let us pack your e-readers with some great reads for those long summer days that are just around the corner. No matter what you prefer to read, you’re sure to find some below.

Too Many Women in the Room (A Gilda Greco Mystery, #2) by Joanne Guidoccio

"Ms. Guidoccio has once again created a fun and suspenseful read in the world of Gilda Greco. [...]
I truly enjoy how Ms. Guidoccio manages to weave together a tale of intrigue that keeps you guessing until the very end." - Rachel, Amazon

Monday, May 22, 2017

for her, he’d fight the devil himself - Snifter of Death (Bloodstone Series, #2) by Chris Karlsen

"This is an intriguing mystery that shows us just how difficult it was for Victorian police to solve crimes with the limited means they had. The fabulously strong characters are ones I want to meet again. A little touch of romance for our wonderful hero . We can't help but feel a little sympathy for Graciela.
A very entertaining read. " - Petula, Goodreads

Short and entertaining - Punk by Lex Grootelaar

This coming-of-age story, although set in the 90's, is still very relevant to today. It explores a quest for God without religion. Written with bursts of stream-of-consciousness and first-person narrative, “Punk” is simultaneously an urban existential fiction and a mystery novel.

Some things are better left in the shadows - Black Dawn by Mallory McCartney

"Twists! Twists! That seems to the motto of the author and I wholeheartedly agree with her. Though it is a very short read, I completed it in 3 hours max!, I recommend this to all fantasy action lovers out there. Don't miss out on a great start to a very good series. I look forward to the sequels with much anticipation." - Floryie, Goodreads

Set You Free: Love, Lies, and the Secrets that Bind by Elmer Seward

"Another Summer Delight from Elmer Seward
[...] the perfect setting for a tale of love and intrigue (with a bit of local flavor). Like the characters in Hearts in the Storm and Dreams of the Sleepless, those in Set You Free are complex and carefully crafted to support the plot." - Meagan, Amazon

nature versus nurture - Ahe'ey by Jamie Le Fay

"This book is a thoughtful look at empowerment for women. At the same time, it's a rollicking trip into a fantasy world complete with dragons, love and strength, and ideas that really get you thinking. This book is highly recommended for all ages." - HUGEOrange

Are you following your dreams? Dreams, Goals and Adventure by Michael Ditton

"[I]s a small book filled with wonderful insights into creating the life of your dreams, no matter the circumstances. Michael Ditton's shows, through examples from his own life choices, that anyone can obtain their dreams. It's not magic. It's not about money. It's not about fate or luck. Goals and dreams are obtainable through planning and determination. Adventure is the icing on the cake. It's about believing in yourself. Creating doable goals and taking a chance on life." - Joylene, Amazon

part PI and part pit bull - The Sweetheart Kiss (Brash & Brazen #3) by Cheryl Ann Smith

"Written with humor, it has mysteries, arson, sniper attacks,and HAWT interaction between investigator Jess Lucas and sexy Detective Sam Wheeler....it fairly flies by.Great interaction between the characters and descriptions that evoke the scenes clearly."- Amary, Goodreads

When dark meets light, will all become Shadow? Shift of Shadow and Soul (SoulShifter #1) by Hilary Thompson

"I really enjoyed this book! I thought the storyline was incredibly entertaining; it gripped me quickly, kept me engrossed, and left me wanting more. [...] I also found Ms Thompson's writing to be truly enjoyable; she has a neat sense of humor and ability to tell quite the compelling story. I'm really looking forward to reading more of her work! " - Maria, Goodreads

her mysterious new world - Beyond Death (Afterlife #1) by Deb McEwan

"‘Beyond Death’ is captivating, charming and occasionally sinister. I was rooting for the good guys and cringed at some of the punishments meted out to the sadistic villains, even though they were thoroughly deserved. I’m looking forward to discovering what happens to Claire and the others in book two – highly recommended. " - Jackie, Goodreads

What makes you believe a lie? - When the Sky Falls by Joseph Bendoski

"Bendoski writes like Hemingway, with not a single word wasted. That leaves center stage open for the action. The plot moves quickly, and chapters end continually with another intrigue, which keeps you turning pages as fast as you can." - J Washburn, Goodreads

her first and worst mistake - Seeker (Riders #2) by Veronica Rossi

"The feeling of imminent danger and the constant battles with terrifying creatures help bring this vivid story to life. However, the depth of characterization is what will make readers connect to this small group of teens on a mission to save humanity. Gideon and Daryn display a powerful chemistry from their very first meeting, while the personality conflicts between Gideon and his fellow horsemen keep this adventure both intense and humorous."―RT Book Reviews, Top Pick!

Romance Rock Star #Giveaway

RomanceRockStars.com is hosting this giveaway. Winners must be 18 or older. United States and Canada only to ship the Kindle Fire. Otherwise, we can send the money for the kindle fire by amazon giftcard anywhere in the world.

Sunday, May 21, 2017

she isn’t impressed - The Chauffeur by A.P. Hallmark

From the moment he lays eyes on her, he tries to gain her attention, but unlike the other women he’s encountered, she isn’t impressed. Imagine his surprise when he learns she’s been hired to drive exclusively for the family.

her comfortable world is shattered - The Laird of Duncairn (Fey Matter, 1) by Craig Comer

"High fantasy for me is one of those genres where I have a love-hate relationship. Comer's book definitely falls into the love category. Full of lush descriptions and beautiful settings, you feel just like you are right there experiencing everything along with the characters."- Dani, Amazon

Someone wants a war. - Concrete Smile by Bernard Maestas

"This is a suspense novel unlike anything I have read before. The main character is sort of an “unhero” in that he is an information broker to gang leaders and other nefarious people. Through him we see the dark underside of a large city." - Joan, Goodreads