1) Erica Lawson – Soulwalker ()
I have never heard of this author before but I have to tell you this book was fricken awesome. I will be looking for more of Erica’s work for sure. –Norma
Paperback: 228 pages
Publisher: Blue Feather Books LTD. (January 22, 2012)
A loner. An outcast. A killer. A hundred years into the future, in a near-totalitarian state, there exists a group of feared Government assassins called The Black Shadow Corps. They are albinos, able to send their inner shadow to kill in the name of the law. Tarris Waite is leader of The Black Shadow Corps. But she is different from them, visibly marked by her pale blue eyes. Her teammates consider her a half-breed, to be feared and despised. A childhood accident left Tarris a paraplegic, yet she has never given up looking for a cure. Asher Hyrea is a medical researcher investigating nerve regeneration, and Tarris believes she may hold the key to her walking again. But Tarris soon learns that nothing is as it seems. Suddenly, even the most trusted members of her Shadow Corps team are suspect. Could her meeting with Asher be more than mere coincidence? When her loyalty is questioned, Tarris is left with no choice but to run. She is driven underground, where she discovers a horrifying secret that threatens the very fabric of society. Now Tarris is in a desperate fight to save her life and, more importantly, to save those who turned their back on her. But no one ever leaves the Corps alive.
2) Gun Brooke - Pirate's Fortune
I enjoyed the story quite a bit. Loved the main characters. Amazing. First time they actually touched in an even semi-romantic way had me holding my breath. Wish that had been showcased rather than wandering all over a side-plot. –Heidi C.
Paperback: 264 pages
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (September 20, 2011)
Amazon: Pirate's Fortune: Supreme Constellations Book Four
Notorious pirate and mercenary Weiss Kyakh works as a reluctant double-agent for the Supreme Constellations. Her mission is to infiltrate a cutthroat band of space pirates along with a sentient bio-android, Madisyn Pimm. Pimm’s sole purpose is to bring pirates to justice. The sophisticated android looks human, but Weiss soon realizes that Madisyn has her own heartbreaking secrets. As war rages in the Realm, Weiss longs to escape from both the pirates and SC forces, but her growing affection for Madisyn makes her delay her plans. With thousands of lives in the balance as the final endgame approaches, will her delay cost them their lives? Book Four in the Supreme Constellations romantic sci-fi adventure series.
3) Q. Kelly – Third
As a person who loves history this novel certainly satisfies that love, with its accurate, detailed settings. To go from the past to the present as often as the author does and do it so fluidly was fantastic to read. The plot pulls the reader along nicely. Part of the reason this book is hard to put down was the characters were so well written and showed growth throughout the length of the novel. –April O.
Paperback: 186 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace (January 20, 2012)
Tudor historian Helen Franklin is horrified when her dying scientist father leaves her a most unusual inheritance: Anne Boleyn. Yep, Anne Boleyn as in Henry VIII's beheaded queen. She is a time traveler and is having trouble adjusting to the modern world. Helen tells herself she does not have time for Anne. Yalia, Helen's wife, has been distancing herself from Helen for three years, and Helen needs to decide if she wants to save their marriage. Then the unexpected happens. A romantic relationship develops among Yalia, Anne and Helen. Can the three of them figure out their lives together, especially when time might be running out for Anne?
4) Dayna Ingram - Eat Your Heart Out
Funny, engaging and oh yeah... zombies. –Julie W.
Fast paced, action packed story with a different spin on the zombie genre. I really liked the chemistry between the MC's. –Tammy
Paperback: 146 pages
Publisher: BrazenHead (December 1, 2011)
Amazon: Eat Your Heart Out
5) Winter Pennington - Once Upon a Twilight
Short romantic novella, nicely written. I would have enjoyed a much longer version of this story to get a better feel for the setting and characters, but it was still a good story. –Julie W.
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (August 30, 2012)
Amazon Kindle: Once Upon a Twilight
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