• Review: Moving Is Murder

    Ellie Avery has many roles in her busy life. She is a loving mom to her a beautiful, newborn daughter, Olivia, a wonderful wife to her handsome husband, Mitch, who is an U.S. Air Force pilot, and a great friend to her best friend Abby. Plus, she is brilliant...

  • Review: Crucifying Angel Book One of the Future Imperfect series

    Detective Payce Halligan has a new partner in Gavin Mcallister. She works for the Las Vegas police and her boss name is Charlie Bowman. The other detectives are Nicholas Kincaid, James Murray and lastly the coroner Georgene Channing. They are all part...

  • Review: Stolen Seduction Book Three in the Stolen Trilogy

    All Hailey Roarke wants is to be left alone by her family. She's not interested in the family fortune, which is why she became a cop and just wants to live her normal life without all the family drama. But when her dad dies and leaves her a mysterious...

  • Review: A Veiled Deception 1st Vintage Magic Mystery

    Madeira Cutler “Maddie” is a hip New York fashion designer who loves clothing, especially vintage. She is also like a mother to her sisters and brother since their mother’s death when they were quite young. So, when her father asked...

  • Review: Treasure of the Golden Cheetah : A Jade del Cameron Mystery Jade del Cameron Series #5

    Jade del Cameron once again demonstrates the reason for her sobriquet Simba Jike (lioness) as she becomes involved in yet another murder and experiences new mystical occurrences in her beloved Africa.  Unwittingly accompanied by her protégé...

  • Review: When Night Falls The McCassey Cousins, #1

    The McCassey’s are back in a huge way and they are going to band together like they never have done before. Things are just getting back to normal ever since they found out they have a half-sister. Georgia loves her family and friends. She will...

  • Review: Show No Fear Navy SEALs, Book 7

    When Lucy Donovan watched her best friends die in a bombing while overseas, she decides to become a CIA agent and fight.  Lucy has managed to survive each deadly mission.  But the last mission things went very wrong, she was caught by the enemy...

  • Review: Where Memories Lie Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James Series #12

    Scotland Yard Detective Inspector Gemma James is finishing hosting a dinner party with her significant Detective Superintendent Duncan Kincaid when an older friend, Erika Rosenthal calls her asking for help. As this is the first time Erika has ever...

  • Review: The Red Tree

    The Red Tree is a damned creepy book all around, made worse by the fact that the location given in the "preface" can be traced on Google maps -- and it's not that far from where my grandparents used to live.  I mean, I can pull up a map...

  • Review: The Leopard's Prey Jade del Cameron Series #4

    This book is an interesting mystery featuring Jade del Cameron, an intrepid photojournalist living in British East Africa. Fascinating glimpses of the society of the 1920s interspersed with descriptions of the hazards attendant in capturing wild animals...

  • Review: Sew Deadly A Southern Sewing Circle Mystery

    Victoria "Tori" Sinclair is a very sweet and bright young woman, who after breaking off her engagement wanted to reclaim her life. Tori decided that she needed a change and leaving Chicago for the tiny town of Sweet Briar, South Carolina was...

  • Review: Dark Legacy

    Madelyn "Maddie" Temple is a brilliant doctor, with a lot of secrets. Dr. Jarred Keith is Chief of Psychiatry at the hospital the two work at and has some pretty serious feelings for Maddie. Maddie and Jarred also seem to share a special psychic...

  • Review: Dark Legacy

    Maddie Temple is the “good” twin. She’s extremely bright and is working in a hospital ER as a doctor. For the past 3 months she’s been having nightmares brought on by her sister, Sarah.   Sarah is the “bad”...

  • Review: Eggs in Purgatory Cackleberry Club Series #1

    Suzanne Dietz, is a recent widow and a very sweet woman. Along with her two best friends, Toni and Petra they open up the Cackleberry Club. Which is a café, complete with a cute little book nook and a knitting corner, in the little town of Kindred,...

  • Review: Hotshot Dark Ops, #2

    Major Vince “Vapor” Deluca and Shay Bassett have had the hots for each other since they were kids. But Vince resisted Shay’s charms, turning away from her and joining the military. While Shay had to grow up and learn from her...

  • Review: Warning Signs Angels of Mercy Series - Book 2

    Life at Angels of Mercy Medical Center in Pittsburgh, PA is anything but dull for struggling medical student, Amanda Mason and her friends, Gina, another medical student, Lydia, an ER attending doctor and Nora, a charge nurse. Amanda is starting...

  • Review: Thirty-Nine Again

    Sabrina has had cancer of the breast and she got better. Her office mates wanted her to go to the bar to celebrate her thirty-nine birthday again but she said she had to meet her personal trainer named Evan. Sabrina and Evan meet up and go running. Sabrina...

  • Review: The Seduction of the Crimson Rose A Pink Carnation Novel, #4

    WARNING: DO NOT READ THIS BOOK FIRST. This is the fourth book in the series, and they are very interconnected. Please, read them in order, preferably in quick succession. That said, DO READ THIS BOOK. It, and its predecessors, are...

  • Review: Deadlock

    Emily Hudson and Joey Levy work for the United Nation. They go to hot spots and war zones all over the world. They go to museums to catalog, verify and move the contents so that they will not be destroyed or stolen. While coming back from...

  • Review: Whisper of Warning Glass Sisters, #2

    Courtney Glass only agreed to meet her ex to get him to stop harassing her.  She has a busy enough life working at a salon and getting ready for her sister’s wedding.  She didn’t need the hassle of meeting the no good, lying cheating...

  • Review: Too Rich and Too Dead

    Mallory Marlowe, travel writer and amateur sleuth, is in the midst of a murder once again. This time she’s in Aspen, Colorado, doing an article on what there is to do in Aspen for the non-skier. She’s also there trying to get an exclusive...

  • Review: Defender Dark Ops, #1

    A speedboat carrying USO performers explodes in the Mediterranean Sea, prompting a military rescue mission to pick up the survivors.    Chloe Nelson is determined to live her life to the fullest. In a tribute to the organ donor who gave...

  • Review: The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters, Vol. 2 Reprint

    I couldn't get into this story. Perhaps it was because I started reading from the second volume and there was back-story that was necessary to understand it better, but I found it a difficult read and barely managed to partially slog my way through it....

  • Review: Witch's Grave Ophelia and Abby Mystery Ser.

    Ophelia has been having strange dreams lately that make her feel different. The hermit like librarian is ready to get out and enjoy the world a bit more.   Right after she confesses her slightly erotic dream content to her best friend, Darci, at...

  • Review: A Corpse for Cozumel An Adie Sturm Mystery

    A Corpse For Cozumel is an erotic suspense that will have you uncertain of who the murder is until the very end. When Adie Strum goes to Cozumel her life changes. Sure she would love to enjoy the glorious weather of a fabulous vacation spot, but her friend...

  • Review: Trouble in Mudbug

    Helena Henry is a force to reckoned with, even more so now that she dead. Maryse Robicheaux can’t believe she the only one who can see her dead mother in-laws ghost. She’d reeked havoc in her life when she was alive, and now she wanted her...

  • Review: Sweet Revenge Goldy Bear Culinary Series

    Goldy Schulz is back! During her busy Christmas season, Goldy is thrilled to be catering for her wealthy clients Hermie and Smithfield MacArthur. Then Goldy sees the woman who killed her ex-husband, Sandee Brisban. She is terrified that Sandee is...

  • Review: When Day Breaks Sunrise Suspense Society

    The book opens with an intense scene that may be difficult for many readers to stomach. But do not let that stop you from reading this wonderful tale. When Day Breaks is a suspense set in the exciting “KEY TV” world created by Mary Jane Clark....

  • Review: Dark Summer

    Devon Brady has spent the last few years running from her ex-husband, but no matter where she goes or what she does he always finds her. Every time she tries to date, he sets her date up. She gets tired of running and settles down to become...

  • Review: The Monster of Florence

    The Monster of Florence is divided into two parts.  The first part is based on Mario Spezi’s experiences and the second is after Douglas Preston meets Mr. Spezi. Mr. Spezi is a journalist in Florence.  On June 7 th, 1981, he is working...

  • Review: A Rather Curious Engagement

    Penny Nichols and her cousin/boyfriend, Jeremy Laidley have inherited a lot of money from Penny’s Aunt Penelope.  Jeremy isn’t really her cousin but actually her uncle’s wife’s son from her first marriage, which kind of makes...

  • Review: A Grand Seduction

    Trying to avoid a divorce that would leave her penniless, Fran Harper hires a private investigator to catch Bruce, her husband, cheating. But the plan backfires when he finds out. As punishment, Bruce cuts her off financially and begins quasi-raping her....

  • Review: Silent Thunder

    Hannah Bryson is hired by the Maritime Museum to get an old Russian nuclear-powered submarine ready for tourists tours. And to also do a second schematic of the submarine and to supervise the modificatons that will make it safe for tourists. Hannah is...

  • Review: Quicksand Eve Duncan series - Book 12

    This is the twelfth book in Iris Johansen's Eve Duncan series and this is also the sequel to Pandora's Box. Back cover. forensic sculptor Eve Duncan is still obsessed with the disappearance of her daughter , Bonnie. How can she find closure when no remains...

  • Review: Strangers in Death

    I have loved this series from the first book and while some are more intriguing to me all are keepers on my shelves and I would not part with them. In the year 2060 Eve is called to investigate the death of sports mogul Tom Anders. This appears at first...

  • Review: The Deception of the Emerald Ring A Pink Carnation Novel, #3

    "The Deception of the Emerald Ring" begins with a modern American character by the name of Eloise Kelly-a Harvard grad student-who, while living her own romantic tale, is in England researching a female English spy of the 19th century for her Ph.D. thesis....

  • Interview: Tamazon Interviews Michael W. Davis

    Could you please start by telling us a little about yourself? I was born in North Carolina, but moved to Maryland with my family when I became a teenager. At the tender age of seventeen, I fall in love with my wife. Not having a lick of sense, we were...

  • Interview: Tamazon Interviews Ciara Gold

    Hello Ciara, The girls of Night Owl Romance are pleased that you have granted us an interview We would love to get to know you If you could be one of your characters - Who would you be? And why? I would love to be Chelian from my best seller, Celestial...

  • Interview: Tamazon Interviews Pauline Baird Jones

    Could you please start by telling us a little about yourself? I was a reader before I became a writer. In fact, the only time I got in trouble in school was for reading behind my text books! I started writing because I read too fast for my budget. I currently...

  • Review: Killing the Rabbit

    A Japanese pharmaceutical corporation discovered an odd ability in women research subjects which if allowed to follow its natural course will wreck future mega-profits. The Forecaster, a Japanese working in Harare, goes to a bar to contract with The Irishman...

  • Review: Pandora's Daughter

    Megan Blair is a skilled doctor who is very empathetic. One night, one the way home from work she is nearly run of the road by someone in a truck, at that point her life changes as she begins to learn the horrible secrets from her past. As a person from...

  • Review: His Dark Desires Trevelyan Series

    Juliet Bucheron is a woman whose life has been suddenly thrust into a chaos of deception and danger. Years after her husband disappeared in a scandal that rocked society and left she and her family shunned by most, an unruly evil has come to destroy all...

  • Review: Innocent in Death

    This is number 24 in the ongoing series of Eve Dallas and her yummy husband Roarke. If you are a novice to the In Death books, you will have to start at the beginning with Naked in Death. I recommend getting several in a row, because as with Ruffles,...

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Last Oracle

In Washington, D.C., a homeless man takes an assassin's bullet and dies in Commander Gray Pierce's arms. A bloody coin clutched in the dead man's hand--an ancient relic that can be traced back to the Greek Oracle of Delphi...

The Streets Have No King by JaQuavis Coleman

A street thriller of kidnapping, murder, trickery, and love that will have you at the edge of your seat.

After 7 years of prison, multi-millionaire drug mogul Kane Garrett is back on the streets. But instead of diving back into the drug game, he’s teaching a college class, infusing business principles with his signature ruthless edge he developed in the streets. When a student—and heavy heroin dealer—named Basil catches Kane’s eye, Kane takes him on as a protégé and together, they build the biggest, smartest drug trafficking business the state has ever seen.

But when Basil meets Moriah, Kane’s only daughter, lines get crossed and their dominant business union becomes a deadly rivalry. Welcome to a world where the kings meet their end and no one stays at the top for long. The crown always lies heavy on he who commands the streets—and Kane and Basil will fight to claim their rule, before power is toppled again, in The Streets Have No King by New York Times bestselling author JaQuavis Coleman.

Beach Lawyer by Avery Duff

After five grueling years, Robert Worth is just days away from making partner at a powerful Santa Monica law firm. When a client confides in him that senior partner Jack Pierce sexually assaulted her, Robert breaks two of his mentor’s cardinal rules: Never let yourself get emotional about clients. And never make an enemy of Jack Pierce.

Robert crosses Pierce and is fired on the spot, losing not only his job but also his reputation. Advised to go quietly, Robert vows revenge against the ruthless man who betrayed him. But his investigation uncovers a twisted shadow world of sex, infidelity, and deception, where nothing is as it seems and no one can be trusted. Only one thing is clear: Pierce will go the limit to keep his secrets.

This straight shooter will need to use every angle if he hopes to win. But could victory come at too high a price?