Showing posts from February, 2022

Nova's Blade by Will Scifi - Book Spotlight and Givewaway

Today I am partnering with iReadBookTours to share Nova's Blade. Don't forget to enter the giveaway! THIRTY-TWO WOMEN. ONE ARENA. A BATTLE TO THE DEATH. After a long war, corporations have replaced countries. Sports are fought to the death. The most popular game is Last Valkyrie, a live tournament where women kill each other for marriage into a powerful family. For Nova, living in poverty with her mother and sister is a harsh reality that she cannot escape. But when she is kidnapped and forced to fight on the show, her world changes. If she refuses to fight, the bomb in her head goes off. Now winning means her freedom. With death lurking at every moment, Nova has no idea if her next fight will be her last. But one thing she knows for certain: only one is making it out alive. Perfect for fans of  Hunger Games ,  The Selection , and  The Princess Trials . You won't want to put down this exciting page-turner! Giveaway Enter to win a signed copy of  Nova's Blad

The Trap by Evie Hunter

Happy Tuesday! It is the start of a new week and also pub day for many books including The Trap by Evie Hunter. Callie is having the time of her life with her job and her relationships. Then she gets a mortgage letter in the mail, which is strange because she does not have a mortgage. Her perfect man is not so perfect and Callie wants her money back. Along the way Callie meets Jack, who is perfect man’s business partner. He’s been taken as well. Can they team up to catch him? I’m happy to be part of Rachel’s Random Resources blog tour for this book. Be sure to check out the other tour stops as well! Review I was intrigued by the blurb and had to read the book. Once I started, I wanted to read until it was finished. There is action throughout the book. The book has romance, revenge, unsavory characters, love, friendship, and mystery. What more could you ask for in a book? The plot is such that you think you know what direction the book is going and then it flips you on your head, i

The Fifth Strain - Clairvoyants by Brady Moore Cover Reveal

I’m thrilled to participate in the cover reveal for the next book in the Clairvoyants series by Brady Moore in partnership with LoveBookTours! This YA thriller will available in the US & the UK on May 5th. About the book Kinetics. Readers. Prophets. Aurals. There were only supposed to be four strains of Clairvoyants who escaped from a lab with no memories of how they came to be. But that was before they discovered 17-year-old Rion Grean. From the moment he realized he could move objects with his mind, Rion never imagined a normal life. He had no idea how much everything would change the day his mother’s secrets came to light and she had to say goodbye. That was the day he learned that he was not the only one with gifts. The day he learned about PSYRIIN, the militaristic force bent on the eradication of his kind. With a new face preparing his enemies for an even greater assault, Rion will once again be faced with difficult choices. Will he search for his mother or join the Cla

A Mother's Secret by Caroline Finnerty

A Mother’s Secret is a story of two families brought together by tragedy. Rowan and Aiden live in Ireland with their three children. James and Helena are newly married but struggling in their marriage. One horrible car crash brings these families together in a way they never thought possible. Rowan and James were in the car together along with Rowan’s daughter, Milly, but no one knows why. As more information comes out about the crash, even more questions are asked. What happened the morning of the car crash? Review Everyone has secrets and there can be life changing consequences when they are discovered. This story is a heartbreaking picture into two grieving families. As I was reading it was hard to imagine what these two families are going through. I emphasized with both families and am very happy with the way the story ended. Throughout the book Aiden showed extreme emotional strength and I loved this from a male character. So many times the female character has to be the emotion

The Night She Went Missing by Kristen Bird

Debut novels introduce us to new authors, new stories, and new friends. Kristen Bird’s debut novel, The Night She Went Missing is a story of privilege, patriarchy, small towns, and overcoming your past. From the book: Months after she disappeared, a high school senior is found floating in the town’s harbor, alive but unconscious. Where has Emily been, and how did she get into the water? In Kristen Bird’s “gripping” (Publishers Weekly) debut The Night She Went Missing , three friends-to-frenemies mothers in a close-knit, wealthy Texas community decide to investigate after the police hit a dead end. While each woman has secrets to protect, they’ll all be forced to look at their own children – or each other’s – to uncover the truth. With the relentless pacing and complex female characters of Big Little Lies and an expertly crafted small town setting, The Night She Went Missing introduces Kristen Bird as a new force in the world of domestic suspense. Her novel goes well beyond that, e

Monster Max and the Marmalade Ghost by Robin Bennett

Today I’m bringing you a little different book than normal. Monster Max is a series for young boys about Max, who sometimes turns into a friendly monster. This is my stop on the blog tour presented by Rachel’s Random Resources. Blurb Max and Peregrine are volunteering at an old people’s home, when strange things start to happen: one resident is walking on the ceiling; one is riding their wheelchair through walls; and Reggie says his marmalade is haunted (although no one listens). Can Max and his friends work out what’s happening to protect his family and the local community? Things aren’t looking good - the Marmalade Ghost is turning into a gloopy Godzilla, Max falls out with his (joint) best friend, and then, just when it can’t get any worse, someone kidnaps Max’s cat, Frankenstein... will they meet a sticky end? Time to ‘Protect and Do Good Stuff!’ Review Your children will love this book! This is my first Monster Max book and I thought it was hilarious. It had humor appropriate fo