Review of Visiting Lilly by Toni Allen

When DI Jake Talbot learns there’s a complaint against a young man for simply attempting to visit an elderly nursing home resident, he’s intrigued. Why would Peter Charteris be so opposed to allowing Frankie Hayward to visit his elderly grandmother,… Read more

Review of The Pharaoh’s Cat by Maria Luisa Lang

Wrappa-Hamen lives an interesting life. He spends his days hanging out with the Pharaoh, being tickled by pretty servant girls, stuffing his face with delicious delicacies and licking his private parts. Wrappa-Hamen is a cat and he’s the only one… Read more

Review of Coaching Dad by Fred Phillips

About the Book: In ‘Coaching Dad,’ readers get to reconsider the contention: “You can never go home again.” If you were given the chance to do it, even at the risk of screwing up the space-time continuum, would you go?… Read more

Review of Spirit of Dragons by Kathryn Loch

Spirit of Dragons is the first book in Kathryn Loch’s exciting Dragon Wars series. During the eleventh century, hidden from the human race were battles that were being fought in England, between the people of magic. The Draoi (Druids that… Read more

Review of Written In My Own Heart’s Blood by Diana Gabaldon

Written In My Own Heart’s Blood is the eighth book in Diana Gabaldon’s time-travel historical fiction Outlander series. Warning: Although I’ve tried to keep the spoilers to a minimum, this review does contain some, from books 1-7. The Outlander series… Read more