Review of Away from the Dark by Aleatha Romig

It’s been nine months since Sara Adams woke with no memory of her life before in Away from the Dark.She and her husband Jacob are members of The Light, a religion that teaches Sara to do as her husband tells her and question nothing. But everything is about to change for both of them. Sara […]

Review of The Obsidian Chamber by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

After the disappearance of Agent Pendergast, his bodyguard and chauffer, Proctor, is lead on a crazy chase across the ocean, while Pendergast’s ward, Constance Greene, is about to find out she’s not alone in the underground world she’s retreated to in, The Obsidian Chamber.But is Constance ready for the truth of what’s really going on and […]

Review of Baby Doll by Hollie Overton

Lily Riser was kidnapped and held captive for eight years in Baby Doll.When an unlocked door finally allows her and her six year old daughter Sky to escape, she finds out she was never far from home. But escape is only the beginning of her journey. Nothing in her life is the same anymore, not her […]

Review of Western Dreams by Kallypso Masters

For those needing a fix for the Rescue Me series, we have Western Dreams,a collection of short stories. Most of the stories center around Ryder Wilson and his bride Megan while they begin their new life together and figure out where they want to be in the world. We also get a visit with Luke Denton and […]

Review of Bittersweet by Sarina Bowen

Audrey Kidder just wants to be a chef and own her own restaurant someday, but her restaurant group employer keeps giving her tasks she’s not really qualified for in the first True North story, Bittersweet.Their latest idea was to send her to Vermont to buy produce at half the price it’s worth. But her first […]