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Steps to Heaven (A Sgt Major Crane Novel) by Wendy Cartmell [4 stars]

When a young soldier, recently returned from Afghanistan, kills his wife and child before committign suicide, Sgt Major Crane’s investigations lead him to the door of a local church. Is the church offering help for those in need, or is something more sinister going on? Steps to Heaven is a dark and twisted thriller that … Continue reading

Review: I Only Have Eyes For You (The Sullivans #4) by Bella Andre [4 stars]

San Francisco librarian Sophie Sullivan is determined to land the man of her dreams, but there’s a problem. The man in question, Jake McCann, thinks Sophie is a ‘nice’ girl’ and therefore off-limits. He also has a few dark secrets of his own. But Sophie isn’t going to let that stop her from getting what … Continue reading

Review: On Dublin Street by Samantha Young [4 stars]

Jocelyn Butler moves from the US to Edinburgh, determined to start her life over. But soon she’s finding herself attracted to her room-mate’s brother Braden, a relationship that takes a number of dangerous twists and turns as they grow closer together. On Dublin Street is an adult contemporary romance with a constant edge of impending … Continue reading

Review: Breathe (Colorado Mountain Series) by Kristen Ashley [3.5 stars]

Chace Keaton is determined to find his wife’s murderer, but the past has a hold on Chace and he soon finds that there are dark forces exerting pressure throughout the town. Bumping into chaste librarian Faye Goodknight, Chace is soon drawn into a deadly struggle to uncover secrets that seem to stretch back to his … Continue reading

Review: Private Pleasures (Private Series) by Jami Alden [3 stars]

Attorney Wendy Carmichael finds herself increasingly drawn towards brash millionaire Drew Walker, eventually deciding that one night with him wouldn’t cause any harm. But can either of them just leave it at that? Soon Wendy and Drew are involved in a dramatic relationship that threatens to get completely out of hand. Private Pleasures isn’t a … Continue reading

Review: Lacuna – The Sands of Karathi by David Adams [4 stars]

Earth is still at war in the second part of David Adams’ sci-fi series. The Toralii don’t like it when other species become too technologically advanced, which leaves Captain Melissa Liao of the Chinese Liberation Army with some serious problems as she commands one of Earth’s huge starships. Like the first volume, Demons of the … Continue reading

Review: A Story of the West by Susan Spence [4 stars]

Set in the late 19th century, A Story of the West takes in a narrative that really is as expansive as its title suggests. It does so, though, by focusing on the story of Matt Daly and Lavinia Lavold, who seem destined to be together even though life throws a series of obstacles in their … Continue reading

Review: Awake in the Mad World by Damon Ferrell Marbut [5 stars]

We’ve probably all found ourselves, at some point, wondering what the ‘real world’ is and whether we’ve reached it yet. For newspaper journalist Pete Rattigan, the question is becoming increasingly important as he struggles to get through life now that he’s graduated. Then a chance encounter changes everything, and Pete finds himself drawn into a … Continue reading

Review: Masks of the Lost Kings by Tom Bane [5 stars]

Archaeologist Suzy da Silva is dragged from her comfortable world of academia and forced to travel the world in search of a sinister and ancient secret. Working with astrophysicist Tom Brooking, she soon discovers that they’re not the only ones on the trail of an ancient power that has long been dormant. From the blurb, … Continue reading

Review: Love’s Master by Gabrielle Bissett [5 stars]

Widowed and forced to live with her brother and his family, Lily finds herself drawn into a choice between two very different men. There’s the dangerous Kadar, who offers excitement and intrigue, and the more conventional Captain Danvers, who is everything a Victorian lady should want. In a world of fixed social reserves, Lily is … Continue reading

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