Book, Crime, Mystery

The Tattoo Murder by Bob Brill

A Cleverly Crafted Story! Karen’s Magic Review I posted about this book on my blog previously and knew I would read it at some point. It took me by surprise with its crime noir style, and Bob Brill's clever descriptions made it easy to envision the actions of the characters. I loved the setting and… Continue reading The Tattoo Murder by Bob Brill

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, Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, series

Red and the Wolf by Vivienne Savage

Karen’s Magic Review Last year I came across Beauty and the Beast by Vivienne Savage. At the time I’d not known it was part of a series. Fortunately, it was book one. However, although I prefer to read books in order, it would not have hindered my reading. Red and the Wolf was just as… Continue reading Red and the Wolf by Vivienne Savage

Book, Post Apocolyptic

Fourth Quadrant by W Michael Gear

Karen’s Review This is the second book I’ve read by W Michael Gear, and second of The Wyoming Chronicles series. Dissolution was the first, which I thoroughly enjoyed. I really liked that this had so much edge-of-the-seat action. Lauren is the main protagonist. She starts as a mere bank teller and ends up being a… Continue reading Fourth Quadrant by W Michael Gear

Book, Fantasy, Kindle Unlimited, Romance

Courageous Heroine Fairy Tales by Lisa Shea

Karen’s Magic Review I thoroughly enjoyed this retelling of favourite fairy tales. I found the idea conjured up by the author clever, and entertaining. In my #Pictures Telling Story feature. I like to choose images that I feel fits the story I’ve read. Each picture is easily identifiable, Cinderella, known as Ella, Snow White, and… Continue reading Courageous Heroine Fairy Tales by Lisa Shea

Christmas Reads

Kind by Kellyn Roth

Karen’s Magic Review I saw this book on another blog. Immediately the cover drew me in. On reading the review I knew it would be something I would also enjoy. I liked the main character Lieutenant Neil Hudson. The camaraderie he had with his troop appealed to me. The banter and jokes made me smile… Continue reading Kind by Kellyn Roth

Book, Kindle Unlimited, Post Apocolyptic, series

Rebirth by Christopher Artinian

Karen’s Magic Review This is the second book in the The Burning Tree series. Salvation is the first, and I chose it as my favourite read of February. In my feature for Pictures Telling Stories, I like to choose images that match what I've read. The asteroid hits the earth before the first book started.… Continue reading Rebirth by Christopher Artinian

Book, Dystopian, Fantasy, Mystery

Mechanical Mike by Paul White

Karen’s Magic Reviews This book is just thirty one pages long. Perfect for when you’re looking for a quick read. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and when it finished, I wanted more! In my feature #Pictures Telling Stories, I like to choose images that I feel represent the story I’ve read. Set in WW2, it tells… Continue reading Mechanical Mike by Paul White

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