Book, Fantasy, series

My Review of Fright Nights Big City by Mark Leslie

This is the fourth book in the series, and I absolutely loved it, a gripping and page-turning read for sure. Michael turns into a werewolf several times in the book and to see him in his wolf form again was exciting. Told in the first person we really get into how Michael thinks things through… Continue reading My Review of Fright Nights Big City by Mark Leslie

Book, Crime, Famous Authors

My Review of The Cuckoo Calling by Robert Galbraith

Secrets and Lies all the Way Through I watched this series on the television when it was first aired. I loved the relationship between Comoran and Robin. When the new one Troubled Blood aired, I decided to rewatch the entire series to bring mr up to speed. I couldn’t get enough of it, and knew… Continue reading My Review of The Cuckoo Calling by Robert Galbraith

Anthologies, Book, Fantasy, Inspirational, Western

My Review of Beyond Connections by Lynn Miclea

A Superb Collection! I have read this author’s work before and enjoyed her writing style. The description appealed to me, and as the book was on pre-order it landed on my Kindle exactly when it was due. I especially loved how all the stories were different from each other. They showed the connections between family… Continue reading My Review of Beyond Connections by Lynn Miclea

Book, Crime, Romance, Thriller

My Review of Kiss & Tell by Julia Blake

Karen’s Review This is the fifth book in the series, and they are all standalone. Kiss and Tell is the penultimate one, and I’d accidentally skipped it after I’d read sixth. Each character in this family has their own story. This one belonged to Isabella Santorini. She never forgot Nick Eastman and their teenage romance.… Continue reading My Review of Kiss & Tell by Julia Blake

Book, Fantasy, Thriller

My Review of Ghost Mark by JP McLean

Karen’s Review I was looking forward to reading this second book of a new series by JP McLean. It wasn’t quite what I expected. It was even better! The friendship between Jane, the main character, and Sadie was realistic. Best friends argue, but their love and respect for each other always shines through. The two… Continue reading My Review of Ghost Mark by JP McLean

Book, Fantasy

My Review of Fear and Longing in Los Angeles by Mark Leslie

Karen’s Review The prologue in this book cleverly grabs the reader from the get-go. Michael, who turns into a werewolf during a full moon was trapped in a plane that was delayed - and the sun was going down. It looked like he was about to turn while in his seat! Then we moved on… Continue reading My Review of Fear and Longing in Los Angeles by Mark Leslie

Book, Famous Authors, Fantasy, Inspirational, Mystery, Novella, series

Books Read in October

I’ve had some excellent reads this month and Signal Moon and The Story of Son were outstanding. Both were novellas by popular, but new to me authors. The latter has over 1K reviews and the former over 10k. I think that speaks volumes. Stowe Away and Dead’s Man’s Doll were books I had been asked… Continue reading Books Read in October

Book, Dystopian, Kindle Unlimited, Post Apocolyptic, series

My Review of Grip of Honor by Sam J Fires

Karen’s Review I’d waited over four weeks for this last book of the series to come out and finally downloaded with it anticipation. I devoured and enjoyed every word. It continued the story of sisters Cass and Charlie, and the town of Meadowview and its citizens. Cass had arrived with Isaac and being an a… Continue reading My Review of Grip of Honor by Sam J Fires

AudioBook, Book, Kindle Unlimited, Novella, Post Apocolyptic

One Book, Two Reviews

This year we at Norns Triad Publications have read the same books. We, are Julie Northup, Sahara Foley and me. We all love to read, and occasionally we read the same book. It’s fun to read different interpretations of the same book. So here are a some. Karen’s Review Julie’s Review Karen Review Julie’s Review… Continue reading One Book, Two Reviews