Book trailer reveal: Bursts of Fire

Bursts of Fire Susan Forest (Addicted to Heaven #1)Publication date: August 6th 2019Genres: Fantasy, New Adult Publishers Lunch Buzz Books 2019 selection. Recommended by Publishers Weekly, Booklist (American Library Association), and Library Journal. Bursts of Fire begins an epic political fantasy of revenge, addictions, and redemption for three magiel sisters in an empire where magic […]

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Book Review: The Last thing She Said #blogtour

The Last Thing She Said (A Chris Matheson Cold Case Mystery #3) by Lauren Carr Category:  Adult Fiction (18 +),  386 pagesGenre:  MysteryPublisher:  Acorn Book ServicesRelease date:   July 22, 2019Content Rating:  PG-13 (Lauren Carr’s books are murder mysteries, so there are murders involved. Occasionally, a murder will happen on stage. There is sexual content, but always behind closed […]

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Book Review: Winter Frost #blogtour

Hello and welcome to my stop for The last thing she said blog tour hosted by iRead blog tours. Today, I’ll be reviewing the second book “Winter Frost”, hope you’ll enjoy it!! You can read my review on the first book “Ice” here! Winter Frost  (A Chris Matheson Cold Case Mystery #2) by Lauren CarrCategory: […]

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Book Review: Ice #blogtour

Hello and welcome to my stop for “The last thing she said” tour, Ice is the first book of this serie. Hope you’ll enjoy it!! ICE  (A Chris Matheson Cold Case Mystery #1) by Lauren Carr Category:  Adult fiction,  364 pagesGenre:  MysteryPublisher:  Acorn Book ServicesRelease date:  February 26, 2018Content Rating:  PG-13 (Lauren Carr’s books are murder […]

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Book Review: Just in case #blogtour

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 Just in Case: Twenty-one Bite-sized StoriesLaura McHale Holland Publication date: August 17th 2019Genres: Adult, Contemporary Imagine a world where shadows of enchantment instantly render ordinary experiences eerie, terrifying or sublime, and where the unexpected becomes the norm. The twenty-one micro stories in Laura McHale Holland’s Just in Case comprise such a place: […]

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