[Review] SISTERS OF SHADOW AND LIGHT by Sara B. Larson, 3/5

Zuhra grew up in the citadel with her mother, sister Inara, and their helper/family friend Sami. The citadel was already a fortified structure, but the night her sister was born, the hedge around the citadel grew triple its original height trapping them all inside. Also, his father, a Paladin (Paladins are tall creatures with magical…… Continue reading [Review] SISTERS OF SHADOW AND LIGHT by Sara B. Larson, 3/5

[Review] THE LADY’S DECEPTION by Susanna Craig, 4/5

English countess Rosamund Gorse runs away from Kilready castle when she finds out her brother, Charles, has sold her to marry Lord Dashfort. While there’s nothing strikingly wrong with Dashfort, aside from the rumors about his illegitimate child and the recent death of his wife, Rosamund doesn’t love him and has no intentions of marrying…… Continue reading [Review] THE LADY’S DECEPTION by Susanna Craig, 4/5

[Review] THE SOUND OF SPRING by G.X. Chen, 4/5

Du Chun Ming and Fang Si Jun fall in love in the time of China’s Cultural Revolution. They are factory co-workers and have been dating for four years now. Chun Ming’s family upholds their political values and is not afraid to share their educated opinions. Si Jun’s family, on the other hand, had fallen victim…… Continue reading [Review] THE SOUND OF SPRING by G.X. Chen, 4/5

[Review] DEVIL IN FALSE COLORS by Jack Winnick, 4/5

Everything was under control and so far, peace has been maintained, until five Jewish kids were beheaded and a rabbi was gruesomely murdered in Los Angeles. Two special Jewish agents, Uri Levin and Lara Edmond, were immediately called and tasked to bring down the Muslim terrorist group behind all these hate crimes. These two have…… Continue reading [Review] DEVIL IN FALSE COLORS by Jack Winnick, 4/5

[Review] ELIZABETH WEBSTER AND THE COURT OF UNCOMMON PLEAS by William Lashner, 5/5

Elizabeth’s parents are divorced. She’s staying with her mom, stepbrother, and stepdad who is also a lawyer like her biological father. She’s used to her father not being around and then suddenly appearing in the most bizarre of places and situations. This time, however, his absence has been the longest she can remember and she’s…… Continue reading [Review] ELIZABETH WEBSTER AND THE COURT OF UNCOMMON PLEAS by William Lashner, 5/5

[Review] FORGIVEN by Geoff Lawson, 4/5

This review first appeared on and was written for OnlineBookClub.org. It has been slightly edited here and the rating has been adjusted for a 5-star system, which is more common. Forgiven by Geoff Lawson introduces us to a brave young man named Richard Wilson, as he fights in the Second Boer War and for the love…… Continue reading [Review] FORGIVEN by Geoff Lawson, 4/5

[Review] ARSENIC AND OLD MEN by Glenn Ickler, 4/5

This review first appeared on and was written for OnlineBookClub.org. It has been slightly edited here and the rating has been adjusted for a 5-star system, which is more common. Arsenic and Old Men by Glenn Ickler is about the adventures of three gentlemen who, in the middle of vacationing with their lovely wives in Martha’s…… Continue reading [Review] ARSENIC AND OLD MEN by Glenn Ickler, 4/5