BOOK REVIEW: THE GIRL WHO STAYED by Tanya Anne Crosby

I received an ARC of this book from The Story Plant in exchange for an honest review. I remember being excited when I saw the description for this book in my emails with Story Plant. It sounded like a good combination of a thriller and women's fiction, which would soften a few of the edges … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE GIRL WHO STAYED by Tanya Anne Crosby

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BOOK REVIEW: PERFECTLY BROKEN by Robert Burke Warren

This review is written in exchange for a ARC through The Story Plant. I have to admit, you tell me that a story has a rock star--has-been or not--and you're going to catch my interest. I think there's an innate love of the rocker image born into people like me, and it's impossible to resist. … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: PERFECTLY BROKEN by Robert Burke Warren

BOOK REVIEW: THE CHANGING SEASON by Steven Manchester

I've been reading enough lately that I think the Saturday book review will become a regular thing from now on. I don't know that I'll have one EVERY Saturday, but at least for a while I should have enough books to fill it up. Anyway! This is another Story Plant book, that I have received … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE CHANGING SEASON by Steven Manchester

BOOK REVIEW: GIVE US THIS DAY by Tom Avitabile

I received this book as an ARC through The Story Plant, in exchange for an honest review. After my somewhat lackluster experience with thrillers when I read and reviewed BLIND JUSTICE, I was a little hesitant to read GIVE US THIS DAY. Luckily, one of my fellow reviewers and someone whose opinion I can usually … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: GIVE US THIS DAY by Tom Avitabile

BOOK REVIEW: Trust Me by Earl Javorsky

Jeff Fenner's life is on the brink of collapse. He owes the wrong people too much money, anything he might call his own he's losing his grip on, and his estranged sister has just committed suicide. The police are on his trail and it won't lead anywhere Jeff is ready to go. There's no light … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Trust Me by Earl Javorsky