Coloring Novels (TM) by Emilyann Girdner

Coloring novels were dreamed up by author and artist, Emilyann Girdner. She launched Coloring Novels™ because she wanted to bring the joy of reading novels and coloring together. Reading is an inspiring experience, so you are invited to color the provided pictures, draw your own art, and jot down your ideas as you enjoy this adventure.

The Helios Chronicles

You need to take time to read this badass love story. I like a good HEA story occasionally but I mostly am drawn to series like this…..characters that are flawed, real and raw.

Outsider by Olivia Cunning @oliviacunning #newrelease

Outsider Reagan Elliot should be living her dream… She’s touring with Exodus End as their new rhythm guitarist and gaining more notoriety and fame than she ever imagined possible. She’s earned the devoted love of not only one, but two spectacular men. Her committed threesome with sexy guitarist Trey Mills and her hunky bodyguard Ethan […]

Murder on Moonshine Hill by Joan Curtis

When Jenna decides to go to this wedding, she expects to dredge up old secrets and old hurts and she expects to see people from her past, but she doesn’t expect to stumble on a dead body. Jenna’s friend is arrested. The wedding is cancelled. And Jenna’s tendency to stick her nose where it shouldn’t […]

The Crimson Tree by Valerie Puri #bookreview

Grab a copy. Read it on a rainy day snuggled in a blanket. You’ll get chills and love it.

A Chilling Absence by Shelly Maynard #bookreview

Lily Grimes had it all. She was head cheerleader, the girlfriend of the All-American High School Quarterback, had been accepted to a prestige college near her hometown and the best family and friends a young woman could ask for. Just before Christmas 2004, Dr. Jethro “Jet” Manning, the doctor-in-training for the quaint little town, nearly […]

Layers Of Her By Prescott Lane

Harrowing, beautiful…….a fantastic read.

Lincoln Hospital by Cassia Brightmore Release Blitz

On the twenty-third day—he hunts, bringing the scum of the earth to justice; his justice. Ending up as a patient on Dr. O’Reilly’s table could either save your life or end it in the most horrific way.

Way to Roll by Mandy Colton

Veronica Lane never considered her life dull as a single woman working in the travel industry as a sales representative—not until one bad day ends in the loss of her dream job, and desperation leads her to Cavalcade Tours. The fun quickly turns into chaos and eyebrow-raising questions.

Love or Justice by Rachel Maninno

I have to start out by saying for a debut book, this is really good. It was on the longer side so I was worried that it would be very verbose like some debut novels are, but despite a few slow parts, it kept my attention quite well.

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