Review of Sweet Tea and Sympathy by Molly Harper

Margot Cary has lost everything that’s important to her in the first Southern Eclectic story, Sweet Tea and Sympathy.Her event planning job, her friends and now her apartment. But an unexpected offer from the family she didn’t even know she had sends her to Lake Sackett, Georgia and the McCready Family Funeral Home and Bait […]

Review of Silent Scream by Angela Marsons

In the Black Country of England, a killer has started taking the lives of people connected to a long closed girls school in Silent Scream.As Detective Inspector Kim Stone looks into the murders, she finds they’re also connected to the bodies of three young girls found where the school was. But the closer she gets […]

Review of At Your Service by Lexi Blake

Former Navy officer Juliana O’Neil was discharged from the military after losing her left hand in At Your Service.At a loss for what to do, she gets a job a Top restaurant as a hostess, where they hire veterans and get them any help they might need. But Jules real dream was to be a […]

Review of With Visions of Red by Trisha Wolfe

Profiler Sadie Bonds knows all about killers from a personal experience that happened when she was a teenager in Visions of Red.Now, she’s hunting a serial killer with BDSM overtones. When Sadie first meets Shibari expert and ropes rigger Colton Reed, she considers him a suspect. While Colton has a secret he wants to stay […]

Review of Hybrid by Michael Esola

Back home in San Francisco, Bick Downs has been asked to join the Society of Cryptozoological Agents by John Corstine in Hybrid.His first case involves catching a eusmilus, a type of saber-toothed cat thought to be long extinct. Two of Bick’s friends have also been asked to join the S.C.A. and with two other team members, […]