Book review: Elisabeth J. Hobbes, Daughter of the Sea

Daughter of the Sea On a windswept British coastline the tide deposits an unexpected gift… It was the cry that she first noticed, the plaintive wail that called to her over the crash of winter waves. Wrapped only in a sealskin, the baby girl looks up at Effie and instantly captures her heart. She meant … More Book review: Elisabeth J. Hobbes, Daughter of the Sea

Spotlight: Heidi Catherine, The Whisperers of Evernow

I’m excited to share news of this new released today, The Whisperers of Evernow, which I’m looking forward to reading and reviewing soon! When the King owns your words, who will own your heart? Manipulated by a vicious King, Jeremiah is stripped of his identity and forced into a life of silent submission as a … More Spotlight: Heidi Catherine, The Whisperers of Evernow

Book review: Catherine Tinley, The Earl’s Runaway Governess

The Earl’s Runaway Governess Who knew living with an earl… …would lead to such temptation? Marianne Grant’s new identity as a governess is meant to keep her safe. But then she meets her new employer, Ash, Earl of Kingswood, and she immediately knows his handsome good looks are a danger of their own! Brusque on … More Book review: Catherine Tinley, The Earl’s Runaway Governess

Book review: Amy Maroney, The Girl from Oto

The Girl from Oto by Amy Maroney Publication Date: September 20, 2016 Artelan Press eBook & Paperback; 532 Pages Genre: Historical Mystery Series: The Miramonde Series, Book 1     A Renaissance-era woman artist and an American scholar. Linked by a 500-year-old mystery… The secrets of the past are irresistible—and dangerous. 1500: Born during a … More Book review: Amy Maroney, The Girl from Oto

Book review: Eileen Stephenson, Imperial Passions

Imperial Passions: The Porta Aurea by Eileen Stephenson Publication Date: April 24, 2018 Blachernae Books Paperback & eBook; 387 Pages Genre: Historical Fiction     At the center of Byzantine society, fifteen-year old orphaned Anna Dalassena lives with her grandparents among the most powerful men and women in Constantinople. But the cutthroat politics of the … More Book review: Eileen Stephenson, Imperial Passions

Spotlight: Cynthia Hilston, A Laughing Matter of Pain

A Laughing Matter of Pain Harry Rechthart always knew how to laugh, but laughter can hide a lot of pain that’s drowned by the bottle and good times. He grew up the joker in the early 1900s in Cleveland, Ohio, but as he enters adulthood, conflict splits him. His once close relationship with his brother, … More Spotlight: Cynthia Hilston, A Laughing Matter of Pain

Spotlight: Jo Fenton, The Brotherhood

Today on the blog, I’m thrilled to be sharing an extract from a fellow Crooked Cat, Jo Fenton, along with an extract of her recent release The Brotherhood. Title of Book: The Brotherhood Series: 1 of 2 Genre: Psychological Thriller Release Date: 25-Jul-2018 (ebook), 20-May-2018 (paperback) Publisher: Crooked Cat Books When a young woman becomes … More Spotlight: Jo Fenton, The Brotherhood

Spotlight: S.L. Grigg, Coffee Break Companion

Today on the blog, we’re wishing Coffee Break Companion by S.L. Grigg a happy six-month publication anniversary, and there’s a special offer to help you celebrate too! Below, you can find out a bit about the settings contained within the book’s short stories… There are many different settings for the 40 short stories and poems in … More Spotlight: S.L. Grigg, Coffee Break Companion