Crime, Erotica, Fantasy, Kindle Unlimited, Novella, Romance

Books I read in April.

Five books completed for April. Two, I didn’t particularly enjoy. Trust in Me, came from the authors newsletter. A good story, although it had its flaws. The Tattoo Murder, if I hadn’t have been asked to read it, I probably wouldn’t have finished it. Goldilocks and the Bear is from a series I’m reading. Love,… Continue reading Books I read in April.

Book, Novella, Romance

Love, Life and Regret by Danielle Jacks

A heart-warming story! Karen’s Magic Review I picked this up in the author’s newsletter. They are a great way to find good books, not to mention often free. Wanting something light and easy to read, this story fitted the bill perfectly. Freddie and Kristie are the two main characters, and are husband and wife who… Continue reading Love, Life and Regret by Danielle Jacks

Book, Erotica, Fantasy, Novella, Romance

Trust in Me by Sienna Carter

Karen’s Magic Review - A Hot and Sizzling Read! I picked up Trust in Me from one of the many newsletters I receive. It was a free book from a reputable download site. The description and cover appealed to me as I enjoy a romance. This is a new author to me, I haven’t come… Continue reading Trust in Me by Sienna Carter

Book, Novella, Post Apocolyptic, Romance, series

March Reading List

What a treat March has been with my chosen books. It was a month of series. I mixed it up so as not to read one after the other, plus one new author and one old friend. Courageous Fairy Tales, I found because the author also chose to publish each of the heroine’s adventures as… Continue reading March Reading List

Book, Crime, Novella

Doublemint Gumshoe by Philip T Stephens

Amazon Apple Barnes & Noble Description When a galactically inept inspector tackles the world's most illusive AI, prepare for apocalypse. Determined to find missing programmer Alyson Sweetcheeks, Detective Bob unleashes a war between a tech conglomerate, a covert cyber gang, the mob, and a malevolent time-travelling intelligence bent on world domination. Will Bob beat astronomical… Continue reading Doublemint Gumshoe by Philip T Stephens

Book, Dystopian, Fantasy, Kindle Unlimited, Novella, Post Apocolyptic

March Reading List

So here is my Reading List for this month. I’ve already read Rebirth and partway through Heroine Fairy Tales. The Fairytales book came for a short story I read last month. I liked it and wanted to read the full series that came in one book. Very good so far. Fourth Quadrant is a fairly… Continue reading March Reading List

Dystopian, Fantasy, Horror, Novella, Paranormal, Romance, science Fiction, Thriller

February Reading List

It was an excellent month for books. I had the honour of reading through these great stories. My favourite book from my February reading list is Salvation. The concept was great and the writing magical. I don’t think I’ve read a story with so many characters, but it wasn’t a problem as we got to… Continue reading February Reading List

Book, Novella, science Fiction, series, Young Adult/Teen

Forever Young by Lynette Ferreira

Karen’s Magic Review There are some books that take work to get into. Others, you slide right in. This is the latter. Immediately the story is all there and it grabbed my attention on the opening page. Jacob, who is from another planet, crash lands his capsule on earth where he has been sent on… Continue reading Forever Young by Lynette Ferreira

Book, Novella, Romance, series, Young Adult/Teen

Before the The Glass Slipper by Michelle Deerwester Dalrymple

Karen’s Magic Review I found this at the same time I came across the Cinderella book I read and reviewed earlier. It’s not a retelling-of, which I thought at the time. I hadn’t read the title probably or the description. I only saw the glass slipper and that it was 121 pages long. What a… Continue reading Before the The Glass Slipper by Michelle Deerwester Dalrymple

Book, Fantasy, Kindle Unlimited, Novella, Romance

Cinderella – A Retelling with Strength and Courage (Courageous Heroine Fairy Tales Book 1) by Lisa Shea

Karen’s Magic Review On writing a post for National Fairy Tale Day, I looked up a few books to share. One that came up was this and it was just sixty-nine pages long, so I downloaded it. Immediately, I loved this retelling. The author’s style of writing really appealed to me. It followed the traditional… Continue reading Cinderella – A Retelling with Strength and Courage (Courageous Heroine Fairy Tales Book 1) by Lisa Shea