Pay It Forward · Pictures · Quotes · Review · Writing

Book Review: Poison Tongue, by Nash Summers

~ Levi Bell can see a person’s soul just by looking into their eyes. In Monroe Poirier’s eyes, he sees the devil himself. When Monroe moves back to the small Southern town of Malcome, Levi is repelled by the darkness of the stranger’s soul. But Levi is cursed to love things dark and wicked, and… Continue reading Book Review: Poison Tongue, by Nash Summers

Pay It Forward · Pictures · Review · Writing

Book Review: Featherweight Heart, by Jillian Snyder

~ Clairvoyant Jake Parker is about to close up for the night when a handsome stranger wanders into his shop, the Witching Well. During his reading, Jake is surprised when a persistent spirit comes through, desperate to communicate. Before Jake can make a real connection between the two, his mysterious customer takes off. The spirit,… Continue reading Book Review: Featherweight Heart, by Jillian Snyder

Pay It Forward · Pictures · Quotes · Review · Writing

Book Review: For Never and Always, by Ana J. Phoenix

~ Seth finds himself alone at an abandoned train station, with no idea what happened, or how he got there. He boards a train, only to discover it’s a special express transporting the recently deceased to their final destination. The conductor tells him he’s having a near-death experience. Seth wonders if it has something to… Continue reading Book Review: For Never and Always, by Ana J. Phoenix

Pay It Forward · Pictures · Quotes · Writing

Blog Tour: Ghost, by Jackie Keswick

GHOSTS by Jackie Keswick The Power of Zero #2 Publication Date: February 10, 2016 Genres: Adult,Contemporary, LGBT, M/M, Novella, Romance, Suspense BUY: Amazon • B&N • KOBO • iBooks • ARe • Dreamspinner Press Synopsis: Jack Horwood doesn’t do families. Or Christmas. From the time his mother sold him to her pimp to the moment… Continue reading Blog Tour: Ghost, by Jackie Keswick

Pay It Forward · Pictures · Review · Writing

Book Review: The Ghost

This review was originally posted on Goodreads July 16 2011 – My Rating ★★★★★ Cover Blurb With a wife he loves and an exciting London-based career, architect Charles Waterston’s life seems in perfect balance. Nothing in his comfortable existence prepares him for the sudden end to his ten-year marriage—or his unwanted transfer to his firm’s… Continue reading Book Review: The Ghost