Science

Review: The Time Traveler’s Boyfriend by Annabelle Costa

Review: The Time Traveler’s Boyfriend by Annabelle Costaby Keira G

Summary: Claudia loves her boyfriend Adam and would love to marry him. Unfortunately, he’s not ready for the next step. He’s leery of commitment because he had been deeply hurt by a girl he met just after the accident that left him paralyzed. When Adam invents a time machine and asks Claudia to use it […]

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Review: The Beauty Within by Marguerite Kaye

Review: The Beauty Within by Marguerite Kayeby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Considering he thought he was only as good as the subjects he painted, prominent artist, Giovanni di Matteo is a modest man and often wonders why women of a certain age throw themselves at him, and although others who have commissioned paintings from him think him as an amazing artist, he […]

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Why Archaeology is Sexy!

Why Archaeology is Sexy!by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Susanna Kearsley, author of The Shadowy Horses OK, I have to say that in my time as a museum worker I did mingle with some archaeologists, and none of them looked anything at all like David Fortune, the hero of my book The Shadowy Horses (which has just been re-issued by Sourcebooks). […]

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Review: Reluctant Protector (Protectors Series, Book 1) by Nana Malone

Review: Reluctant Protector (Protectors Series, Book 1) by Nana Maloneby Karin

Reviewed by Karin of Savvy Thinker Cassie Reeser’s brother has engineered her to be a genetically altered person, and not only herself, but others also. She has been virtually kept prisoner, though she has tried to escape. This time, she makes it out in the trunk of a car belonging to Seth Adams, a former […]

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Review: The Legend of Michael by Lisa Renee Jones

Review: The Legend of Michael by Lisa Renee Jonesby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This is the first book of the “Zodius” series. Cassandra Powell comes to work for her father and to evaluate some of the soldiers at the military facility.  Not two minutes after literally bumping into one of the soldiers he’s hitting on her.  His name is Michael Taylor.  She then goes to […]

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Review: Persuade Me by Juliet Archer

Review: Persuade Me by Juliet Archerby Carla F.

Reviewed by Carla F. Persuasion is my favorite Jane Austen novel and so I grabbed this one as soon as I saw it. The appeal of the story for me is the thought that no matter how much time has passed nor how large the mistake, it can be fixed. Summary: In this adaptation Rick […]

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Review: Falke’s Captive (Puma Nights, Book 2) by Madison Layle and Anna Leigh Keaton

Review: Falke’s Captive (Puma Nights, Book 2) by Madison Layle and Anna Leigh Keatonby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds The book Falke’s Captive is the second story of the “Puma Nights” series. Main Characters:  Beth Coldwell is a graduate student looking for some big cats.  Kelan and Reidar Falke are brothers with a family secret. We also have minor characters:  The rest of the Falke’s family – younger brothers; Sindre and Torsten, younger sister; Heidi […]

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Review: The Storm that is Sterling by Lisa Renee Jones

Review: The Storm that is Sterling by Lisa Renee Jonesby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds The reader first meets Rebecca Burns as a very studious high schooler. She’s so smart that she tutors during the summer. Sterling Jeter is a young man that hacks into computers for money. He uses the money to take care of his grandmother. We think that they will be sweethearts right […]

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