Sale: Alicia Rae’s Beautiful series

Alicia Rae’s Beautiful series is on sale now for a limited time! You can read the first book, BEAUTIFUL CHANCES, for free and grab the rest for just .99c each!   About BEAUTIFUL CHANCES After losing her parents and sister in a tragic car accident, Lily distances herself from those still around her. As she […]

#BookCouplesChallenge Day 18

Long Distance OK today’s topic is long distance and once again I am raking my brain for that kind of couple. Who has long distance relationship? Oh yes maybe SEALs or penfriends maybe? Or athletes if one is playing in one country and the other in another country or state? Or … Let’s try! Shay […]

A Darker Shade of Magic by Veronica Schwab

When rumor is true… Synopsis Kell is one of the last Antari—magicians with a rare, coveted ability to travel between parallel Londons; Red, Grey, White, and, once upon a time, Black. Kell was raised in Arnes—Red London—and officially serves the Maresh Empire as an ambassador, traveling between the frequent bloody regime changes in White London […]

#BookCouplesChallenge Day 17

Today’s Book Couple Challenge is LGBTQ   I have not read many books with main characters being homosexual or transgendre. Side characters plenty but main characters no. I guess it’s not my favorite genre and yet the two books I’ve read with main characters being either homosexual or bisexual are among the most beautiful and […]

72 Hours Giveaway till 11 20

☆ ★☆ 72 HOURS GIVEAWAY☆ ★☆ This Friday it’s back to NEW RELEASES. If the book is not yet released by the time the winner is drawn I promise to send it the day of the release. So one book for one winner and 72 hours to enter! Get ready. Let’s play! ___________________________________ 💝 Enter […]

Respect by Aleatha Romig

Respect – An Infidelity Stand-alone Novel By Aleatha Romig Release day – January 23, 2018         “The making of a man” Standing at what I believe is the precipice of my life, I, Oren Demetri, was too young to understand that it wasn’t and too old to imagine that it couldn’t be. […]