Always There by Carol Ann Albright-Eastman Blog Tour!!!!!

Blurb:  For readers who loved The Five People You Meet in Heaven, For One More Day, or The Shack. “People walked up the front steps of the funeral home, preparing themselves to see the grieving orphaned children of the woman who passed, but what did they find instead? The youngest orphaned child was snacking on a Quarter Pounder with cheese, drinking a medium Diet Coke, and laughing in a chair with her friends.”  In this fresh, poignant novel, Always There, {Read More}

Connected by Kim Karr

Connected – Bring together or into contact so that a real or notional link is established.  Can a once in a lifetime connection between 2 souls 5 years ago turn into a connection that is meant to last a lifetime?  Dahlia London suffered more loss in her life than most that has left her totally broken, an empty soul really.  She doesn’t laugh, she doesn’t smile, her heart is no longer whole and she needs to pick herself up and {Read More}

Three of Hearts by W. Ferraro

5 sweet, romantic, heart-warming stars Reviewed by M. Leigh Mae Turney grew up a military “brat”, always on the move, never having a settled home long enough to build lasting relationships and friendships. Once she graduates nursing school and her parents move to another base in Germany,  she decides to move away from all of the hustle and bustle of a big town and set her roots in a small, homey feeling little town, hoping to start a new {Read More}

Kaleb by Nicole Edwards

WARNING: CONTAINS BAD NAUGHTY LANGUAGE IF YOU ARE EASILY OFFENDED DON’T READ ~~4.5 EROTIC, HOT, STEAMY, SEX, MAKE YOU GRIN STARS~~ “I’ve waited too damn long to have you.  I’ve kept my distance, kept my hands to myself, but I can’t any longer.” HOLY CANNOLI!!!  Where do I begin?  Not sure if I should begin with hot steamy sexy as hell Kaleb Walker or strong willed, open minded, sassy Zoey Stranford? Kaleb Walker – you can’t go wrong starting with {Read More}

Consequences by Aleatha Romig

****18 years and older please**** 4 need me some alcohol and a good therapist stars Please see synopsis for Consequences at: “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, not the most intelligent that survives.  It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” – Charles Darwin Okay usually on my reviews I do a recap of exactly what the synopsis says but in my own words but with this book I am skipping that {Read More}