The House on the Water’s Edge packs a real punch to the psyche. There is one surprise after another in this tantalizing tome by CE Rose. The characters feel like living, breathing people. They will leave you thinking long after you finish.
The Barrister and the Letter of Marque by Todd M. Johnson – A #BlogTour Review for #Austenprose @ToddMJohnson_ @bethany_house @austenprose #BarristerAndTheLetter, #HistoricalMystery #ToddMJohnson #BethanyHouse
The Barrister and the Letter of Marque is an exceptional Sherlock Holmes-esque mystery. It will enthrall readers from every walk of life. Todd M. Johnson nails it with his first foray into historical mystery. The intrigue and suspense leave readers begging for more.
Marjorie Hart and the Tree of Life by Amanda Vink – A Review @Amandaspoke @KaledenaPress #MarjorieHartAndTheTreeOfLife #HistoricalFantasy #Myth
Amanda Vink gives readers a look into an unknown life with her novel Marjorie Hart and the Tree of Life. Amanda takes a well-known myth and creates an incredible story.
The Abdication by Justin Newland – A #BlogTour Review for #ZooloosBookTours @matdorbooks @zooloo2008 #TheAbdication #JustinNewland #HistoricalFantasy
Justin Newland brings an alternate history to life in his newest book, The Abdication. Told from the viewpoint of Hebrew mythology, this story looks into the soul of what might have been.
Haunted by Tessa Buckley – A #BlogTour Review for #RachelsRandomResources @rararesources #Haunted #MiddleGradeFiction #TheEyeSpySeries #Mystery
Tessa Buckley’s newest novel, Haunted, is a delightful mystery for middle-grade students. This book is the second in the Eye Spy series. Tessa’s story had me all in a dither. I kept guessing who the culprit was yet didn’t figure it out until close to the end. My hunches failed me with this one.
The Wilderness Between Us by Penny Haw – A #BlogTour Review for #RandomThingsTours @PennyHaw @RandomTTours #TheWildernessBetweenUs #ContemporaryFiction
The Wilderness Between Us is an action-packed novel perfect for women thrill-seekers. Penny Haw brings readers a terrifying tale of life, death, and forgiveness of self.
Nine Lives by Kevin McManus – A #BlogTour Review for #ZooloosBookTours @bassbreeze @SpellBoundBks @zooloo2008 #NineLives #SpellBoundBooks #CrimeThriller #RayLogue
The second book of the Ray Logue series, Nine Lives, is a crime reader’s dream. Kevin McManus offers an excellent follow-up to Death Rains Down. If anything, this novel is even better. I will never figure out how McManus fits so much adrenaline-filled magic in such a short volume.
The Housekeeper of Thornhallow Hall by Lotte James – A #BlogTour Review for #RachelsRandomResources @lottejamesbooks @rararesources #TheHousekeeperOfThornhallowHall #HistoricalRomance #Romance
I adore Harlequin Historical novels. They never disappoint. The Housekeeper of Thornhallow Hall by Lotte James is the latest in their lineup. This novel was everything I could have wanted in a historical romance. Lotte James wrote a heartwarming tale.
John Eyre by Mimi Matthews – A #BlogTour Review for #Austenprose @MimiMatthewsEsq @austenprose #JohnEyre #GothicRomance #ParanormalFiction #HistoricalFiction
There is a good reason why Mimi Matthews is one of my favorite authors. She can do anything! Romance is her specialty, but John Eyre, in all its gothic glory, is just as spectacular!
Lying with Lions by Annabel Fielding – A #NetGalley Review @DearestAnnabel #LyingWithLions #HistoricalFiction #LGBTQIA
Annabel Fielding knocked me down with a feather in her newest novel, Lying with Lions. This incredible story takes readers on a journey through one woman’s desire to become better. But, how far will she go to become the best?