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  • Review: A Tangled Web

    Viviane Elisabeth Borg transports her readers to exotic locals and historical places with this sweeping story. I loved how detailed the history was in this story and yet it was so personalized that it was in no way like reading a boring text book. The...

  • Review: No Neighborhood for Old Women Kelly O'Connell Mystery, #2

    Judy Alter brings back her determined amateur detective Kelly O'Connell in this suspenseful story. Kelly is a strong heroine with very realistic personality traits, she's far from perfect but she is definitely authentic. The supporting characters in this...

  • Article: Stephen King - Synonymous with Suspense - Dark Streets

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  • Review: Murder, She Rode A Tink Elledge Mystery, #1

    This tale has some good points; however, I was unable to finish this tale because it has a major problem. It has an unlikeable female lead character who grated on my nerves. She has reached a point in her life where things are not going her way and is...

  • Review: High Edges Sinners of Old Creek, #3

    I really wanted to love this book. It had a strong start, but got quickly bogged down to a standstill by the heroine's reluctance to trust the hero. I could not finish it as a result.

  • Review: The Housewife Assassin's Killer App The Housewife Assassin Series #8

    Okay, I will be totally honest here. I’m at a loss. I don’t know how author Josie Brown manages to keep coming up with such fantastic novels about one of the most incredibly dynamic heroines I’ve read in a long time! As the 8th book in the wildly popular...

  • Review: Whirlwind Romance

    M.S. Spencer sweeps in and delivers a unique romantic story that jumps strait in to the action and never lets up. Lacey Delahaye is definitely not the average heroine in a typical romance, however she quickly won me over in this suspenseful adventure....

  • Interview: Tamazon Interviews Becca Fitzpatrick

    Hi Becca! Thanks for joining me today and sharing Black Ice and your career with our readers. How did you feel when Hush, Hush took off? I didn't expect it. I tried to get published for 5 years. I submitted to agents and publishers and got back rejection...

  • Review: Literally Murder A Black Cat Bookshop Mystery, #4

    Darla Pettistone and her sleuthing cat Hamlet are back for their fourth adventure in Literally Murder. After Hamlet’s video of him imitating Darla performing martial arts goes viral, he’s invited to be the guest of honor at a championship cat show in...

  • Review: Bless Her Dead Little Heart A Southern Ladies Mystery, #1

    New York Times bestselling author Miranda James, the creator of the immensely popular “Cat in the Stacks” mystery series, debuts a new one featuring supporting characters from the Stacks series, Miss An’gel and Miss Dickce Ducote. When the sisters agree...

  • Article: No Time to Die - Get To Know Kira Peikoff

    Sign-up for Contests & Special Event Notifications No Time to Die In a Washington, D.C. research lab, a brilliant scientist is attacked by his own test subjects. At Columbia University, a talented biochemist is lured out of her apartment and never...

  • Review: Last to Know

    I just finished reading Last to Know and I really liked it. I love to read a mystery with romance mixed in and this book delivered on those two fronts. This book has the reader hooked from the beginning. Elizabeth Adler is one of my favorite authors....

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    I found The Mill River Recluse to be an interesting novel. It will have you pulled in and asking questions very quickly. I don’t want to give too much away. It’s up to you to read this great novel and start asking your own questions. Some of mine were...

  • Review: That Night

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  • Review: Sins & Needles The Artists Trilogy, #1

    This is the perfect story for those who like their love complicated, and their plots dark. Ellie is a kick ass heroine, with a soft underbelly that it is a joy to see. Camden is happiness in a bottle. A bottle that you spend the whole read praying that...

  • Review: The Devil in the Marshalsea

    Tom Hawkins lives in 1727 London, fleeing his father’s expectations that he follow a career path in the church. Tom prefers a more sin-based life filled with games of chance, liquor, and women, not necessarily in that order. When Tom is sent to Marshalsea...

  • Review: Death by Hitchcock An Edwina Goodman Mystery

    Death by Hitchcock is a great mystery that has a lot of old movie references. It was a lot of fun for me to read. The mystery itself is pretty good and I would love to read more from this author. I also liked that there were a lot of suspects and they...

  • Review: P.K. Pinkerton and the Pistol-Packing Widows

    This Wild West story is very entertaining. It is very well-written and hooks readers because you never know what P.K. will get into next. Everybody knows that P.K. Pinkerton is a good detective, but only a few seem to know his big secret. And it seems...

  • Review: Into The Devil's Underground

    I really enjoy thrillers that have a psychological edge to them and keeps you guessing. I think I suspected the entire cast of characters at one time or another throughout the book. So, you know I was not inclined to put the book down until I knew who...

  • Review: First Kill All the Lawyers A Samantha Adams Mystery

    The first thing to you need to keep in mind when you start this book is it was originally published in 1991. The depictions of Georgia society is most likely based in fact and although you may not believe it's accurate, and it's certainly has toned that...

  • Review: Running From the Past

    Running From The Past was an amazing read. I absolutely loved it. Emma is on the run and hiding. She does not know what to do just yet but she knows that she is in a lot of trouble. She is just using cash and doesn't want to run out so she applies for...

  • Review: Horoscope The Astrology Murders

    Celebrity astrologer and psychologist Dr. Kelly Elizabeth York has spent her whole life helping people solve one kind of problem or another. So when she’s asked by the local police and FBI to help solve a case they’re working on, it’s nothing out of the...

  • Review: The Life We Bury

    The Life We Bury, by Allen Eskens, was a page gripper for me. There are so many layers to this story. Once you think you have one layer figured out, it blends into the next. Good storytelling is what this is. I felt empathy for Joe Talbert who always...

  • Review: Omens A Cainsville Novel, #1

    There are intriguing subtleties in this paranormal tale but it definitely takes its time building to a compelling story. I enjoy this author’s style and have been a big fan of many of her other stories, but I am not as enthralled (yet) by this particular...

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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.

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?

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.