Monthly Archives: March 2016

Eye of Saturn by Idalita Wright Raso

Thank you Zenny’s Awesome Book Reviews for having me. I’m Idalita Wright Raso author of Eye of Saturn: The Daughters of Saturn my debut novel for Solstice Publishing. I’d like to discuss some of my favorite vampires in television and … Continue reading

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Divine Hotel by Nicole Loughan

Time is running out for Philadelphia’s Divine Hotel…One woman is tasked with saving two children who lived at the once majestic hotel but she soon learns that there is more to their history and the hotel than she ever thought … Continue reading

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Little Flame Series Box Set by Melissa Lummis

    Fiamette Jurato is on a mission: to fix her broken past. She’s teamed up with the world famous DJ, Maximillian, to search for the ex lover who can help her put all the pieces back together. There’s only … Continue reading

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Little Flame Series Box Set by Melissa Lummis

      Fiamette Jurato is on a mission: to fix her broken past. She’s teamed up with the world famous DJ, Maximillian, to search for the ex lover who can help her put all the pieces back together. There’s … Continue reading

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Silk by L.M. Pruitt

  They called it the murder tree. In 1995, twenty kids went in to the woods. Only three came back. There are monsters in the woods. Twenty years later, what happened is still a mystery. The monsters are back. Now, … Continue reading

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Poor Boy Road by James L. Weaver

As a mob enforcer, Jake Caldwell is in the dark business of breaking kneecaps and snapping bones. But each job sends him one step closer to turning into the man he swore he’d never become—his violent and abusive father. Leaving … Continue reading

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Traveller by Abigail Drake

Former Junior Miss Kentucky Emerson Shaw won pageants using martial arts as her talent and Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War” as her guide, but a painful secret leads her to the University of York, and puts her in the … Continue reading

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