Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Monday, September 25, 2017

the mysteries in the Bible... The Song of Solomon Revealed by Owen Sypher

The book of Song of Solomon is a spiritual book full of allegories or pictures where God used the natural to show the spiritual. By using the keys of understanding found in the Bible the author has unlock the hidden meaning of the book of Song of Solomon. 

hidden agendas - Elemental Lies (The Essential Elements #2) by Elle Middaugh

"It was another great book by Elle Middaugh. I fell in love with this series because it was so different from what I have read. There aren't really many books that have elemental inspiration within them." - Courtney, Goodreads

the purebloods and the ‘modded’ - Annalise Storm Chronicles by May Freighter

"Our heroine, Annalise, is an easily relateable character, especially where it concerns her forbidden feelings for her slave, Mavel. Throw in a murder mystery, a dashing Prince Charming, and plenty of other twists and turns, I can guarantee you will hang around for Annalise's next case!" - CJ Laurence

Who would give her such a gift? - The Date Before Christmas: A Novel by Elyse Douglas

The days and nights are magical and she finds herself falling in love with the alluring, enigmatic man who, she believes, is also falling in love with her.

Paranormal arson, rogue wolves, and torn loyalties - Waxing Moon (Calling the Moon Book 2) by Sarah E. Stevens

As if fire-spawning Salamanders and a mysterious Werewolf aren't dangerous enough, Julie soon faces even closer threats. Her trusted friend Eliza harbors a secret and Julie’s new understanding of Werewolves threatens to tear apart her team. 

Waking up 1,000 years in the future... Freefall by Joshua David Bellin

Completely new and unique dystopian/light science fiction. The story shifts from present to past and back again in a way that reveals a little at a time, keeping the reader completely hooked. This book will appeal to teens and adults alike. —Entrada Book Review

all shades of the reality - Train to the Edge of the Moon by Asper Blurry

"I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It's a lot left of centre, and I like that sort of thing. Asper Blurry gives us Punk who revels in sex drugs and rock and roll on her very own journey to the edge of the Moon. [...]
If you like your reading a little bit different, then this may be the book for you. Blurry deals with the deeper issues of life set against the backdrop of harsh reality." -Dallas, Goodreads

Sunday, September 24, 2017

If it lives, it can die … Dracones by Sheri-Lynn Marean

"This new series is so suspenseful, that I could not put it down. I read it all the way to the end and this was not a short story by any means. I so look forward to reading the next book in this wonderful series. [...] And the passion although not much, is so hot, you will really need a water hose. And I love the vivid description of the Dracones, I can almost see them, it is that vivid....Bravo to this new author, great first book!"- Ana, Goodreads

She has three rules - Hard Drifter (Notus Motorcycle Club, #3) by Debra Kayn

18+ Lena brings new meaning to being the black sheep of the family. Thad’s going to do everything within his power to show her what it feels like to give and receive love. To hell with the rules…

Darkness consumed him - Beyond the Mist (Lake Lanier Mysteries #2) by Casi McLean

"This is without doubt the darkest time travel novel I have ever read. It is also the most complex with the future or the past constantly changing with upsetting results. [...] However, it is absolutely worth reading…just don’t expect it to be fun. But I do expect you’ll keep reading." - Liza, Goodreads

Saturday, September 23, 2017

“They always come back”- Running with Wolves by Summer Lane

A romantic adventure from #1 bestselling author Summer Lane, set amidst the gritty and awe-inspiring setting of Alaska during the last great Gold Rush.

Now I have no choice but to trust him. - I Stole His Car (Love at First Crime, #1) by Jessica Frances

"The plot was also well paced and capturing, without boring the reader anywhere. Not too mushy for a romance novel but still enough feelings were gleaned by the characters to really enjoy it. All in all, liked the book very much." - Roopa, Goodreads

She shattered his reality. - Born, Darkly (Darkly, Madly Duet, #1) by Trisha Wolfe

"Trisha Wolfe is an author that I have come to love. She has written in a number of genres, and I've devoured each and every read. This book however was a serious mind trip, and I think that she has one truly complex and twisted mind to deliver a masterpiece such as this one! " - Naomi, Goodreads

his idea might be worth the risk… Between You and Me by Lynn Turner

"The novel does a superb job at taking us on their whirlwind romance but never shying away from the difficult conversations that all couples, long-distance or not, must face in order to have a healthy and loving relationship." - Nina, Goodreads

Friday, September 22, 2017

There's No Heaven... Like Hell - A Good Year (Unhallowed Love #1) by Tara Fox Hall

18+ Debbie’s strong resolve begins to crumble under the weight of her actions, even as she guiltily concedes the pleasure she finds in Shaker’s arms is becoming something more than just affection. Is there hope for a happy ending built on so much evil? Or is Debbie doomed to lose her heart as well as her soul to a demon who has only been waiting for the chance to claim both?

Beyond ADHD: Overcoming the Label and Thriving by Jeff Emmerson, Robert Yehling

"This is the first one I've read that really digs into what the label means and explores it from the perspective of someone who's lived it. [...] He offers a lot of relevant research and statistics, but more importantly, he asks readers to reconsider what the label means and how we approach diagnosis and treatment." - Jess, Goodreads

Be careful what you wish for. - Harmless by Katherine Dell

"This book has it all: myth, suspense and romance. I must confess, I wasn't a fan of all the characters (Rachel's friends, mostly) though I did like the love triangle between Rachel, Mason and Nate. [...] Harmless was a fun read, and I would recommend it to everyone who likes suspense with elements of fantasy." - Al, Goodreads

until I met Lily - Kai by Michelle Abbott

18+ "Ms. Abbott’s words almost flow across the pages as love grows, and two people find themselves knowing that together, they can have everything they need. A wonderful read that ended far too soon." Dianne, Goodreads

An old nemesis threatens... Books by Jessica Jesinghaus

Nearly twenty years ago a teenage girl was murdered... 
What makes a man a monster?
Valerie knew fairytales weren't true... 

When you believe, magic awakens - Betwixters: Once Upon A Time by Laura C. Cantu- Haunted Halloween Spooktacular

"This is a great example of fun fiction. Laura C Cantu includes a lot of characters, creatures, and fantastical elements in her mythology. There's something here for everyone." - J.D. Dehart

a gritty and gripping fantasy - Emily Knight series by A. Bello

'If you like Harry Potter and The Hunger Games then you will love this! A must read! - Stressed Rach Reviews
A.Bello breaks boundaries with this gritty and gripping fantasy series

Will Gaby finally take a stand? - Nelumbo Nucifera by Cristina Slough

"This story is riveting from page 1 till the last word. Told in three POVs...Gaby/Riley, Kyle's and the lead detective investigating the case. I couldn't put it down. " - Big Joe, Goodreads

Thursday, September 21, 2017

REVIEW Murder at the River Bend Retirement Resort by Stan Schatt

Murder at the River Bend Retirement Resort is a cozy mystery with a sleuth who has to learn on the job. Despite her best intentions, Miriam makes mistake after mistake and yet moves ever closer to discovering a cold blooded killer who has no remorse.

a rousing adventure full of danger, laughs, twists, and frights - The Empty Grave (Lockwood & Co. #5) by Jonathan Stroud

"The entire book was action packed and there never was actually a boring moment.[...] The humour and sarcasm in this book made me laugh out loud at times. Unlike some other books, the jokes in the book are actually funny. [...] Overall, this book is amazing, i don't understand why how under appreciated this series is. Not many people have read it and everyone just must." - Sandy, Goodreads

a darkness lurking deep inside him... Wehr Wolff Castle (Wehr Wolff Chronicles #1) by B. Bentley Summers

"Wow! This was incredible! [...]
Just go read it. You won't be sorry. Between the world building, the characterisation, the pace and uniqueness of the plot and the attention to detail, to the ending and that Epilogue...it was perfection. Everything I could have hoped for and wanted when I started reading it." - Elaine, Goodreads

against the new odious powers that have risen - Merlin's Rogues: The Permesis Magician by B. Bentley Summers

18+ Merlin's Rogues, including Devon's crush, Cedric, are in hot pursuit and must battle evil dark forces that stand in between them and Devon. Even if they save the enslaved magician, Cedric will need to use his passion for Devon to break the atrocious Master-Slave spell

an impossible quest - Secret of Souls (Age of Endings #1) by Aubrie Nixon

"What a wild ride!!! This is my kind of fantasy--dark, gritty, and epic! If you love high fantasy, don't miss Aubrie Nixon's breathtaking debut!"- Sarah, Goodreads

“Wh-h-h-h-who the hell’s that?”... The Darkness: Giger, Texas by Joe M. Solomon

Michael Warren, a twenty-four-year-old resident of Giger, finds himself at the epicenter of this horror and is stunned by the losses suffered overnight. Then the sun sets and the shadows again coalesce, growing more aggressive, the darkness eviscerating anyone it touches. 

Love X 4 - Firework Girls series by Jordyn White

Forbidden Heat
Midnight Heat
Eternal Heat
Nuclear Heat

deciding who lives and who dies --- The Divinity Bureau by Tessa Clare

The Hunger Games meets Romeo and Juliet in a stunning debut about a forbidden romance between a young activist and a government employee for a corrupt bureau that controls the population by deciding who lives and who dies.