RELEASE & REVIEW: Taming Him (Bishop Brothers #1) by Kennedy Fox

RELEASE & REVIEW: Taming Him (Bishop Brothers #1) by Kennedy Fox

Alex Bishop is your typical cowboy. Charming, sexy, and wears a panty-melting smirk...River Lancaster has finally met the man of her dreams. Too bad after six months of romantic bliss, she finds out he's married. With a broken heart and blind rage, she books herself a ticket to Key West, Florida where she bumps into the right guy who can make all those bad memories disappear.

BOOK REVIEW: The Extraditionist (Benn Bluestone #1) by Todd Merer

BOOK REVIEW:  The Extraditionist (Benn Bluestone #1) by Todd Merer

Sometimes, I need a good old fashioned kick in the butt by a decent book in a genre that I do actually enjoy but don't pick up nearly enough to make me realize that reading a variety of books is GOOD for me.  The Extraditionist (out 11/1/17) by Todd Merer was a solid of my love of thrillers.

BOOK REVIEW: THE GENESI CODE (THE GENESI SERIES BOOK 1) BY TRISTEN WILLIS

BOOK REVIEW: THE GENESI CODE (THE GENESI SERIES BOOK 1) BY TRISTEN WILLIS

Anyone who follows me on Bookstagram knows how happy it makes me to support authors and small businesses.  Tristen Willis happens to be both -- a debut author, as well as the owner of Burning Pages Candles (a small bookish candle company).  I was so thrilled when I received a message from her regarding reading and reviewing an e-ARC of her novel, The Genesi Code. So, I loved the synopsis of The Genesi Code!  The cover is also really pretty.  This is the first book in a duology, although, I think Willis could have easily lengthened this into a trilogy.  I did like it, but I had issues with it, too.

BOOK REVIEW: MASK OF SHADOWS (UNTITLED #1) BY LINSEY MILLER

BOOK REVIEW:  MASK OF SHADOWS (UNTITLED #1) BY LINSEY MILLER

The description and fierce cover art are what compelled me to read Mask of Shadows. I am drawn towards Young Adult, Fantasy far more often than not, so it was not a stretch to say that I would likely enjoy this book. This is a book that, for several reasons, though, I believe you need to read with an open mind.