Match Made in Manhattan by Amanda Stauffer My rating: Alison is fresh out of a long-term relationship with a man who couldn't bring himself to commit. Naturally, Alison decides that the best way to get over her ex and move on is by jumping right into the dating game in the most efficient way… Continue reading MATCH MADE IN MANHATTAN by Amanda Stauffer
Texting Prince Charming by Patty Carothers and Amy Brewer My rating: Shelby Ryan has lost more than most of us could probably imagine. After a serious car accident that claimed not only the lives of her parents and twin brother but also one of her legs, Shelby is struggling to find her place in the… Continue reading TEXTING PRINCE CHARMING by Patty Carothers and Amy Brewer
Perfectly Oblivious by Robin Daniels My rating: 4 of 5 stars The day Cameron Bates moved in across the street from Bianca Barnes, both their lives changed forever. Bonding instantly over basketball, the two have been best friends ever since. But basketball isn't the only thing they have in common. There's also that business about… Continue reading PERFECTLY OBLIVIOUS by Robin Daniels
So if you've been wracking your brain wondering why I've been pretty absent in the blogospere lately--or if you've even noticed at all--I've got just one word for you. Summer. The fun, the sun, the Georgia humidity. Seriously, who doesn't love that? Most of my friends are teachers, so for them Summer means a two… Continue reading Summertime Hustle
Dawn of the Reaper by Paul F. McGowan My rating: 4 of 5 stars The evil dragon Firestorm was banished from Evernight after the defeat of his kin centuries ago. The last of his race, he's returned to the realm in human disguise as the king's trusted adviser with plans for revenge. When one man… Continue reading DAWN OF THE REAPER by Paul F. McGowan
Accidental Tryst by Natasha Boyd My rating: 4 of 5 stars Emmy is salsa-dancing, yoga-doing, fiery redhead on her way to see her uncle in New York. Trystan is a womanizing, billionaire entrepreneur in the midst of selling his company while flying into Charleston for a funeral he'd rather sell his left...leg than go to.… Continue reading ACCIDENTAL TRYST by Natasha Boyd
Okay, so hear me out for a second. I got this idea, naturally, in the shower. The way I see it, there are two types of people when it comes to hair-washing. Those who can go a couple days between washes...and those who can't. I used to be one of those who can't. My hair's… Continue reading Writing is like washing your hair…
Love Undecided by Denise Wells COMING OUT MAY 23, 2018! My rating: 3.5/5 stars Kat’s suffered through and survived cancer not just once, not even twice, but three times now. And the chances of it coming back are almost 100%. Kat’s come to terms with her illness and her decision to avoid pain and heartache… Continue reading LOVE UNDECIDED by Denise Wells
Today is Star Wars Day!! And may the Force be with you all!
Happy May everybody!! So I reckon now is as good a time as any to announce it. I am officially out on submission! For those of my faithful followers who don't know what that means--I'm looking at you Mom and Dad--being out on submission just means that my wonderful agent has officially started sending… Continue reading This is the (new) writer’s life.