banner for author review

Historical

The Devil and the Heiress

The Devil and the Heiress by Harper St. George

Exciting, enchanting and expertly executed, THE DEVIL AND THE HEIRESS, is an outstanding series! Ms. George’s second novel stars Violet Crenshaw, a stunning American heiress who is determined to be a published romance author. Her parents want her to marry an English lord that Violet finds boring. She has no intention on wedding him. So,...

Read More ➝

Last Days of Summer

Last Days of Summer by Steve Kluger

LAST DAYS OF SUMMER by Steve Kluger is an easy read, and it has become my all-time favorite read. Joey Margolis is a precocious twelve-year-old being raised by his mother and aunt in Brooklyn, New York at the start of World War II. After his father abandons him, Joey begins writing letters to twenty-four-year-old Charlie...

Read More ➝

When A Duke Loves A Governess

When a Duke Loves a Governess by Olivia Drake

Secrets and suspense abound in Ms. Drake’s third novel, WHEN A DUKE LOVES A GOVERNESS, in the Unlikely Duchesses series. The Duke of Carlin, Guy Whitby, hires a governess for his unruly four year old daughter. He spent years overseas and returns home to find his four year old daughter, Sophy, extremely spoiled and disobedient....

Read More ➝

Deacon King Kong

Deacon King Kong by James McBride

DEACON KING KONG by James McBride has different stories that at first don’t appear connected but are. There are also three lovely romances. The story revolves around drug dealers, the Italian mob, the police, and the Black and Latino communities trapped between them. In September of 1969, Sportcoat, a cantankerous old church deacon, shoots the...

Read More ➝
Back to Top