My Escort by Kia Carrington-Russell : A Book Review

Blurb: We all have our secrets. Mine is that I hired a male escort to end my boss’s taunts regarding my love life. Problem is, I actually like him. Clover is determined to become the next big travel columnist. The only problem is her merciless boss, Debra Coorman, who refuses to let her step upContinue reading “My Escort by Kia Carrington-Russell : A Book Review”

The Finisher by David Baldacci : A Book Review

Blurb: Welcome to Wormwood: a place where curiosity is discouraged and no one has ever left. Until one girl, Vega Jane, discovers a map that suggests a mysterious world beyond the walls. A world with possibilities and creatures beyond her imagining. But she will be forced to fight for her freedom. And unravelling the truthContinue reading “The Finisher by David Baldacci : A Book Review”

Book Drop: Killian the Assassin by Wendy L. Anderson

I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I was (and still am) to find out that Wendy L. Anderson is bringing out a new book! Wendy originally contacted me through this website to ask if I would read and review her standalone Viking Romance, A Cut Twice as Deep. I was happy toContinue reading “Book Drop: Killian the Assassin by Wendy L. Anderson”

The Hellbeast’s Fight by Stephanie Hudson : A Book Review

Blurb: It started the moment I woke up in hospital,I naively believed I would find myself alone.I was wrong.Because the HellBeast King wasn’t done with me.Far from it in fact, as he told me he had made a vow.A vow to keep me safe.But as my fate started to unravel,revealing more and more pieces ofContinue reading “The Hellbeast’s Fight by Stephanie Hudson : A Book Review”

The Hellbeast King by Stephanie Hudson : A Book Review

#1 The HellBeast King Series This book is available for free on Kindle Unlimited or for the bargain price of £3.99 here. It is also available on Paperback for £15 here. Have you read this book? What did you think? Thanks for reading! Gee Liz ❤

Eyes (Half-Alive #1) by Nghich Tu : A Book Review

Blurb: Spirited Away meets Coraline in the Suburbs of Hanoi, Vietnam with a twist to the genre. A heart-pounding journey of betrayal and bond, strength and perseverance, with the looming threat of ghosts, demons, and black magic… told from the perspective of a comedic protagonist! An eerie children’s nursery rhyme lures Thanh – an intelligent college girl withContinue reading “Eyes (Half-Alive #1) by Nghich Tu : A Book Review”

Interview with an Author: Wendy L. Anderson

I’m here today with the incredible and talented Wendy L. Anderson. Wendy is the author of an epic five book series; Kingdom of Jior, and two standalone novels; Ulrik and A Cut Twice As Deep. Thank you so much for joining me today Wendy. After reading your novels, I absolutely can not wait to readContinue reading “Interview with an Author: Wendy L. Anderson”

The Last Ny-Failen by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review

(#5 in the Kingdom of Jior Series) Blurb: The Last Ny-Failen is the final book in the Kingdom of Jior epic fantasy series. For 100 years King Lorn has ruled the Kingdom of Jior and the Ny-Failen have lived peacefully beside humankind. Now that peace is threatened by a looming civil war as some ofContinue reading “The Last Ny-Failen by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review”

Iron and the Arrow by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review

(#4 in the Kingdom of Jior Series) Blurb: The Kingdom of Jior is a wild and tumultuous place carved from hard granite and black crystal and found deep in the heart of the Violent Mountains. Storm Rider, the untamed grandson of the King of Jior, can call the winds, tame the lightning, and soar withContinue reading “Iron and the Arrow by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review”

Heirs of Jior by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review

(#3 in the Kingdom of Jior Series) Blurb: Princess Lyra Song, young and beautiful, stepping into maturity, pursues her hopes and dreams endeavoring to explore a betrothal with the Heir of Krickgold. However, when she is mistaken for a witch by a Lord from a neighboring country, her dreams are dangerously interrupted. Waylaid, taken prisonerContinue reading “Heirs of Jior by Wendy L. Anderson: A Book Review”