• Review: Tempest in a Teapot A Teapot Collector Mystery, #1

    I absolutely love cozy mysteries. The author wrote this one with characters that are well-created. They are absolutely human and have all the little oddities of regular people. Our heroine Sophie returned to her "home town", the place she growing up....

  • Review: Death at the Black Bull A Sheriff Virgil Dalton Mystery, #1

    Frank Hayes has caught us up with a perfect debut novel. Virgil Dalton is half Native American and is Sheriff to Hayward, he is a rancher and a lawyer. Any lady landing him might get it all. Buddy Hinton disappears, the sheriff thinks the guy has just...

  • Review: Indelible A New Life Series, #5

    This is a continuing story set around Tori. Tori's brother is really making me mad. I don't like how he thinks it's OK to manipulate her into doing what he wants her to do. He's got it in his head that she is better living with him than in Texas and will...

  • Review: Night Watch Em Ridge Mysteries, #1

    This is a book I loved and recommend. What a crazy, adventurous, whirlwind of a story. This book had me in its grip from the first page. There are so many twists and turns that you really don't know what's happening until the very end. Captain Em is in...

  • Review: Weave of Absence Weaving Mysteries, #1

    First some information on this book; this is officially the third tale in the “Weaving Mystery” series; however, it’s the first book I have read in the storyline that follows a female character named Della who owns and operates a weaving store in a small...

  • Review: Death of a Blue Blood Murder, She Wrote, #42

    In Murder, She Wrote Death of a Blue Blood the reader follows the continued exploits of Jessica Fletcher from the same said TV series. Please note, watching the series on TV is a completely different experience from reading the series. This novel occurs...

  • Review: Oodles of Poodles A Pet Rescue Mystery, #4

    If you are a dog lover, this is a good book to while away the hours. Ms. Johnston is great with inserting realistic expectations of caring for animals whether it’s for a dog or one shelter. I enjoyed reading this mystery book as Lauren Vancouver, Carlie...

  • Review: Gutenberg's Apprentice

    You may have heard of Johann Gutenberg, his printing innovations and famous Bible, but this piece of historical fiction sheds lights on two other men who were as much a part of the story as the volatile German himself. In “Gutenberg’s Apprentice” Alix...

  • Review: No Test for the Wicked A Lexi Carmichael Mystery, #5

    I absolutely love Lexi Carmichael. She is a geek that knows how to rock it. Though this book is part of a series, you can read and thoroughly enjoy it without having read previous books but you really will want to read the previous books. This story is...

  • Review: The Job A Fox and O'Hare Novel

    Nicolas Fox is at it again, or is he. This is the third book in a series about former thief (or is he), Nick Fox and FBI agent, Kate O’Hare. Just like their partnership, nothing is as it seems. There is plenty of action and not quite legal maneuvering...

  • Review: Doghouse A Gin & Tonic Mystery

    This fun mystery story does a nice job of gradually unfolding a set of clues that lead the main characters on a convoluted search for the truth. The occasional interjections by the furry members of the cast is a little disconcerting because they are so...

  • Review: Forced Disappearance

    This action-packed story provides a thrilling read that combines an exciting mystery with a poignant and thought-provoking glimpse of the dangers that can be present in other countries. The excitement starts with the first page and amazingly enough, continues...

  • Review: Seven Wonders

    I will happily admit, I was quite pleasantly surprised when I read this book. Having no exposure to this author previously, I had no expectations of this novel when I began reading it. What I found was a very fun, adventurous read, a kind of Uncharted...

  • Review: Hounded Andy Carpenter Novels, #12

    I like to read almost every kind of novel, including mysteries and thrillers. “Hounded” by David Rosenfelt is an “Andy Carpenter” mystery, one of thirteen written by Rosenfelt. I was not familiar with Rosenfelt’s novels previously and so was interested...

  • Review: Rogue Spy The Spymaster Series, #5

    I really like the cover for Rogue Spy. When I saw it I immediately thought of The Pimpernel and London. Like most romance novels there is a romance and the characters do not realize how much is at stake. However this story is different. The couple knew...

  • Review: Tunnel Vision

    Mandy was murdered 15 years ago and her boyfriend, Duke was sent to prison for it. Now Betty and June have discovered that Mandy was June's aunt they try to figure out what happened. Along the way they run into a P.I. called Nickel. This was a very interesting...

  • Review: Brownies and Broomsticks A Magical Bakery Mystery, #1

    Ms. Cates has written a wonderful little cozy book that shows how friends and family can work together to help the family out. Savannah is on Katie Lightfoot's next and final stop. She hopes to work with her culinary skills at her aunt and uncles' Honeybee...

  • Review: Death of a Chocoholic Hayley Powell Mystery, #4

    Hayley is a cocktails and food columnist. When she fails again at love she decides that she is craving chocolates. What she really wants is a box from Bessie Winthrop, but she has just been found dead. While a heart attack is suspected to be the cause...

  • Review: Shades of Earl Grey A Tea Shop Mystery, #3

    Shades of Earl Grey by Laura Childs is one of the books in the every expanding Tea Shop Mysteries. This comes in at book number three. It’s a fun mystery that will have readers getting the rest of the series books. In this installment, Theodosia is minding...

  • Review: Stirring the Plot A Cookbook Nook Mystery, #3

    Every year Crystal Cove in California makes Halloween a huge deal. They always have a fund raising group called the Winsome Witches help to make the event better. Jenna Hart has made The Cookbook Nook part of the fun. The only problem now is trying to...

  • Review: Cover Your Eyes Morgans of Nashville, #1

    This crime thriller centers around a case in which a man named Jeb, was tried and convicted for murder, but now with the advancement of DNA, Jeb is petitioning to have the blood evidence re-examined. Enter Rachel Wainwright. Rachel is a public defender...

  • Review: Body Language

    Even though this was short it was a good read. You understood what was happening and didn’t get lost. The sentences flowed and the plot was well established. Having your stalker follow you to your hometown is no fun, it’s even worse when they try to run...

  • Article: Maggie Shayne - Something Witchy This Way Comes - Dark Streets

    Maggie Shayne is best known as the New York Times bestselling author of more than 50 novels, nearly 30 novellas, a former soap writer, (The Guiding Light, As the World Turns,) a former advice columnist (Shayne on You,) and RITA Award winner. But what’s...

  • Review: Accused A Rosato & Associates Novel

    Mary Dinuzio has just been promoted to partner when in walks a thirteen year old looking to hire the firm to find out who killed her sister six years prior. A young man was arrested for it and is in prison but the girl does not believe he did it. Mary...

  • Review: Gun Metal Heart

    When I selected Gun Metal Heart to review, I expected a story filled with action and adventure. I got way more than I bargained for! This was definitely an on-the-edge-of-you-seat kinda story that kept me guessing at every turn. Daria Gibron is definitely...

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Gone in the Night by Anna J. Stewart

A childhood terror rears its ugly head...

Psychologist Allie Hollister is still haunted by the unsolved death of her childhood best friend. She never expects her past to meet her present when a young patient is abducted and the cold case is reopened. Allie knows she shouldn’t get involved, but the child’s uncle, firefighter Max Kellan, needs her as much as she needs him.

Once, Max simply wanted to put his past to rest; now he demands nothing short of justice. As he and secretive, sexy Allie track a lethal criminal, their chemistry is an undeniable adrenaline rush. Their attraction will be put to the test when they confront their most dangerous threat yet: the truth.

Freeze Frame by Desiree Holt


Katherine “Kat” Culhane is a highly sought after remote viewer, but her gift is beginning to splinter, and just at a time when she needs it the most. Her sister Mari, along with Mari’s employer and his family, have been kidnapped. But Mike D’Antoni, a partner in the shadowy Phoenix Agency, is suddenly back in her life and could be the only person to help find the hostages. They had once been lovers who parted on very bad terms. Reunited, the chemistry between them is just as hot as it ever was. Can they put the past behind them as they race to find and rescue the hostages? And what will happen when it’s time to say goodbye again?

Forged in Desire by Brenda Jackson


Strong enough to protect her. Bold enough to love her. 

When good girl Margo Connelly becomes Lamar "Striker" Jennings's latest assignment, she knows she's in trouble. And not just because he's been hired to protect her from an underworld criminal. The reformed bad boy's appeal is breaching all her defenses, and as the threats against her increase, Margo isn't sure which is more dangerous: the gangster targeting her, or the far too alluring protector tempting her to let loose. 

Though Striker's now living on the right side of the law, he's convinced his troubled past keeps Margo out of his league. But physical chemistry explodes into full-blown passion when they go on the run together. Surrendering to desire could be a deadly distraction—or finally prove that he's the only man qualified to keep her safe, and win her love.