Jane and the Year Without a Summer by Stephanie Barron – Review

Jane and the Year Without a Summer by Stephanie Barron – Review

Stephanie Barron’s newest Jane Austen mystery turned me into an instant fan. I enjoyed Jane and the Year Without a Summer immensely. I’ve loved Jane for a long time. This series delivers all the love of…

The Girl Who Loved Cayo Bradley by Nina Romano – Review

The Girl Who Loved Cayo Bradley by Nina Romano – Review

The Girl Who Loved Cayo Bradley is a work of art. Historical western romances are not the most popular genre, so it is always a pleasure to read a great one. Nina Romano does an…

Only You in Everything by Jennifer Ann Shore – Review

Only You in Everything by Jennifer Ann Shore – Review

Jennifer Ann Shore does teenage drama better than anyone. She hits the mark, once again, with her newest novel, Only You in Everything. The angst is delicious and satisfying. It is always an amazing experience…

Folly at the Fair by Kari Bovee – Review

Folly at the Fair by Kari Bovee – Review

Kari Bovee excites once more in Folly at the Fair. This third novel in the Annie Oakley Mysteries series is so much fun! We get to spend time at the Chicago World’s Fair with the…

The Bird That Sang in Color by Grace Mattioli – Review

The Bird That Sang in Color by Grace Mattioli – Review

The Bird That Sang in Color makes readers think. In this novel, Grace Mattioli looks at the most profound aspects of human character. Why do we believe that our way is the only way to…

The Dharkan by Susana Imaginário – Audiobook Review

The Dharkan by Susana Imaginário – Audiobook Review

Susana Imaginário brings her A-game, once again, in her novel The Dharkan. This second novel in the series keeps the Norse and Olympians mashed up in an intriguing way. But, this time, it’s one of…

The Siren of Sussex by Mimi Matthews – Review

The Siren of Sussex by Mimi Matthews – Review

Mimi Matthews never disappoints. Her writing offers rich views about delicate circumstances. Mimi includes all the love and sweet romance you want. The Siren of Sussex has it all, delivering a realistic look at Britain…

Girl With a Gun by Kari Bovee – Review

Girl With a Gun by Kari Bovee – Review

Girl With a Gun gives readers everything they could ever want in a cozy mystery. Kari Bovee breathes new life into the legendary Annie Oakley. History comes to life in this lovely audiobook. Title: Girl With…

Do They All Sleep by Srividhya Lakshmanan – Review

Srividhya Lakshmanan gives kids a wonderful picture book full of sleeping animals to lull children to sleep. The title tells it all. The story pulls from a child’s curious mind about how, where, and when animals sleep. The story is adorable, and the illustrations are remarkable.