Review of The Bard’s Daughter by Sarah Woodbury

Gwen is The Bard’s Daughter,and when her father is found in a room with his dead friend, a harp string around the man’s neck, everyone assumes her father did it. Now, Gwen will have to do everything she can to find out who the real murderer is, including convincing the lord of Garreg Cennen Castle […]

Review of The Good Knight by Sarah Woodbury

In northern Wales in 1143, the murder of King Anarawd on his way to his wedding bring two old friends back together in The Good Knight.Gwen, the daughter of a court bard, and Gareth, who is now a knight under Prince Hywel, have not seen each other in five years, but will now work together […]

Review of Dourado by David Wood

In the first book of the Dane Maddock Adventures, Dourado,treasure hunter Dane and his partner Uriah ‘Bones’ Bonebreak are approached by the daughter of a former commanding officer to help her solve the mystery her father left behind. He was looking for the Dourado, a Portuguese brig that sunk off the coast of Indonesia in […]

Review of Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine

A new series starts with the first book of The Great Library series, Ink and Bone.In a dystopian future where The Great Library controls the distribution of all books and no longer allows the common people to own actual paper copies, young Jess Brightwell is the son of an illegal book dealer, brought up with […]

Review of Undeniable Rogue by Annette Blair

Okay, so I have to eat my own words from two days ago about not generally picking up romance books unless I already read the author. Sometimes I just can’t resist those free Kindle books! Such was the case with Undeniable Rogue,the first book in The Rogue’s Club series. When Gideon St. Goddard made a […]