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Saturday, October 23, 2021

High Rise Love by Angelina Kerner

High Rise Love by Angelina Kerner

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A weekend getaway from family and work. Only one fear- an elevator.
Lana Tanner decides that it's time to woman up, because that view from the ridiculously expensive roof, twenty-five stories up should help with a break. Pulling up her big girl panties and embracing her fear she gets on that elevator, only to get stuck, her worst fear coming true. Can the handsome stranger she's stuck with help her overcome her fears and will anything come of it?

First off, this isn't my typical romance novel, so I didn't enjoy it as much as some of her other books.

However I found it sexy, exciting and funny. A perfect vacation read, which is where I read this one!!

There is great tension in this book and oh my is Lucas some great mind candy.

I couldn't quite figure put where the author was going for some sections, but this just increased the tension and made the story more enjoyable 

So, unless you're claustrophobic,  gobble this up!

A Shade of Love by Angelina Kerner

A Shade of Love by Angelina Kerner


Rejected, defeated, and scared is how Maggie feels. Her mate wants her gone, dead gone. Afraid for her life she runs into the arms of a witch from fairytales and a vampire.

The mate bond has never been forcefully broken until the witch and the hottie vampire get the idea from a book she never knew existed. It makes her wonder if Dakiniten Kami is waiting to eat her heart in the dark. Is death all Maggie has to look forward to, or can she escape the bonds of mates and survive?

This is another hit for me from Ms. Kerner. Her books are always creative, fun, well written adventures. This one is a little different from her other books, but I quite enjoyed Maggie the MC and the inclusion on folk tales one doesn't see often in romance novels.

I am a sucker for a good paranormal romance and this hit the spot deliciously. 

Thursday, July 1, 2021

I am Back!


Was an awful year for everyone, and especially me. With lost of anxiety and ups and downs
 I realized I hadn't posted one blog, or Top Ten Tuesday and I'd forgotten how much I loved it. 

So I am back and planning to post every week. So please send the guest blog, review and book tour requests.

Happy Reading!!!





The Doors by Alice J Black

5/5 Weeping Angels

Amanda Fox is a young girl pulled from the life she knows and dropped into Godfrey Hall, an old house with a secret on the South West coast of England where it never seems to stop raining. 

When left alone in the house, she hears something in the dark confines of the dining room. It comes from the mosaic doors and she soon finds out the mosaic seems to move when she’s alone. 

The mystery of the mosaic consumes Amanda’s life and with the help of others, she finally discovers the secret and finds a way to open them for the first time in over two hundred years.

Anyone who knows me knows I love a creepy gothic novel, and I especially love it when thay creepy novel is YA.

So The Doors hit a lot of my favorite spots. The writing is lovely, atmospheric and paints a great picture. Godfrey Hall is deliciously spooky and Amanda a typical teenage girl who, while sometimes annoying, I bet is very relatable to most teens and written realistically. 

There are twists and turns in this novel that kept me intrigued and never knowing what would happen next.

I would highly recommend this is you are interested in creepy YA, because honestly there are not enough women writing in this genre and as a woman who does this author stands out.