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Thursday, July 19, 2018

Dangerous Liaisons by Barbara Tyree

     Sierra Lancaster knew the path she wanted to take in life. After a couple of incidents, her path changes and becomes more dangerous. She loves her job though.  Sierra's partner, Colton, is a terrific guy and a great friend. When their boss sends them on vacation, they don't expect the bottom to fall out of their world. Now, they'll have to cope with new information and old.

     The base story line of this book is a good one. It has some unexpected twists and turns which only enhance the story. However...

     I did find issues. This book reads awkwardly. Incomplete sentences don't help this read. It's out of sequence in several spots. There are sections  which are repeated in several places. It's as if Ms. Tyree went back in and began to redo a section but forgot to delete the previous section.   Ms. Tyree gives up too many of the surprises too early in the story. This messes up the flow of the read. It's almost like  this was written by a junior high student. Clumsy comments and things explained that didn't need explaining.  This book is NOT ready for readers. It requires some reworking before they allow the public to read it. 

     I gave this one 2 cheers out of 5 because it's a nice attempt but falls short of the goal.

Monday, July 16, 2018

The Season of Silver Linings (Sweet Lake #3) by Christine Nolfi

     Usually, Sweet Lake is a quiet small town where neighbors still help neighbors. At least until now. Jada Brooks is trying to keep the Wayfair Inn running smoothly while her friends and partners deal with personal matters.   The Wayfair Inn is busier than it's been in years. With love in the air, Jada is hopeful it will help her find her Mr. Right. Before that can happen, the past comes back with questions. 

     Extremely well written, well plotted and characters to fall in love with. The pacing of this read is comfortable. I love the little surprises along the path too. Ms. Nolfi knows how to make a book come alive in your hands. You'll enjoy the humor as well. I loved this book and it's part of a series. Each book in the series stands alone too. Get this one for your beach read, book club or as a gift for your friends.

     I didn't find any issues.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it's truly spectacular.

Saturday, July 14, 2018

The Staircase of Fire (Shakertown Adventure #3) by Ben Woodard

     In his short life, Tom had encountered many things he didn't agree with. He did his best to just deal with it, keep his head low and move forward. When circumstances change, Tom knows he must get out of town. With no money and only a handful of friends, can he do it?

     Racism, maturity, love and family are all included in this book. It's filled with historical information. This book is compelling reading.  I found the writing to be wonderful in this easy read book. The characters have been developed and the plot easy to follow. Mr. Woodard handles the racism in a way that doesn't inflame the story. This book will keep your attention throughout and you'll be surprised by the ending. Another great read from Ben Woodard.

     I didn't find any issues.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it's a must read for all ages.

Thursday, July 12, 2018

COMING SOON! Dangerous Liaisons by Barbara Tyree

Drug dealers, an unknown stalker, murder, twins separated at birth. What more can happen in the small city of Lexington, Virginia?

Special Agent Sierra Lancaster and Special Agent Colton Jameson go undercover in search of  a drug-dealing operation on Morris County High School premises.
Never before has Sierra dreaded an undercover operation. It’s been years since she’s been in Lexington. Faced with the prospect of seeing her three ex-best friends, one of which was the love of her life, Johnny Nelson.

Johnny Nelson, Jordan Andrews, and Brad Geistmere want answers from Sierra. However, they have yet to discover their friend is an FBI agent as they try to get answers from her.

Title:  Dangerous Liaisons
Author:  Barbara Tyree
Publication Date:  July 9th
Paperback Price: $13.99
Digital Price:  pre-order price $2.99 Release price $4.99
Pages: 224 ebook
Ebook ISBN:  9781946382344  
paperback ISBN: 9781946382351

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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Summer's End by Kristy Brown

     As Summer opens her eyes, she feels as if she's in a strange place. Looking around she realizes she's in the hospital but that's all she knows. Summer tries to sit up and the pain shooting through her is horrible. If only she could remember how she got here. Then again, it must have been something pretty bad if she landed here. She'll figure it all out, she has too.

     This book is fantastic! The story line is easy to follow.  It's a well plotted book and Ms. Brown set the pace at an easy speed. You're gonna love the characters, I know I do.  They are richly developed and realistic. I enjoy the fact Ms. Brown keeps you just outside the loop so you don't figure things out until she wants you to. *smile*  This one should be on your TBR pile and on your young adult's TBR pile. Perfect for a book club to read and discuss. I didn't want it to end. Thank you Ms. Brown for another book I can wholeheartedly recommend.

     I didn't find any issues.  I would however like to know more about the friends.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it has a very powerful ending. 

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Sunday, June 24, 2018

Levels To My Insanity UnMastered by Adrianne Mouton

     Pain and loss are a big part of the picture. How can you stop it? When you have many horrible things happening in your life, how do you cope? Is there a way to cope? 

     I found this book to be deeply troubling. If we have different levels of insanity, how do we combat it? The writing is good and the characters developed. It's a very deep subject and requires attention to stay on track. It gives us another way to look at the pain in our lives. The story line is an unusual one but a good one.

     I did find an issue. There seems to be places where a thought is incomplete or a sentence unfinished. Not sure if this was intentional or not but it makes for jumbled reading.

    I gave this one 4 cheers out of 5 because of the reason above.