Not Safe For Work Book Review

Monday, May 29th 2017

About Nicola Davidson

New Zealander Nicola Davidson always adored words, romance and history, so writing historical romance was a logical career progression…er, eventually. After completing a communications degree and journalism diploma she left to teach English in Taiwan and travel through Asia before returning home to work in television. Jobs in tertiary education, local government communications and print media followed, but the lords and ladies in her head wouldn’t hold their peace a moment longer and so began the years of professional daydreaming. When not chained to a computer writing wickedly sexy, witty and twisty turny stories, Nicola can be found ambling along a beach, cheering on the champion All Blacks rugby team or driving her nearest and dearest batty with her history geekisms, chocolate hoarding and complete lack of domestic skills.

Cursed in Love by Crystall Sellers

Saturday, May 20th 2017

As always I was given this book by the author in exchange for an honest review!

We are back in the little witchy town of Blu Harbor! As normal as this town looks it holds a big secrete, this little town host two powerful clans of witches (more…)

A Thousand Salt Kisses Later by Josie Demuth

Thursday, May 18th 2017

Crystal cannot seem to get over Llyr, even though its been years since they have seen each other. Crystal just can’t seem to get over him. Now that she’s finally entering her first year of college, Crystal returns home since (more…)

About Josie Demuth

Josie loves all things Gothic and magical, but particularly a story which is fun, intriguing and says a little something about the world.

She loves to write about weird and wonderful happenings in her home town, London, but also sets her tales in the mystical lands of the Westcountry, England.

Josie’s novella Liggers and Dreamers was published by Thin Man Press in 2015.

Meanwhile her Salt Kisses series has garnered over three million reads on story-telling site, Wattpad. The first of the series, A Thousand Salt Kisses is her third novel.

Duels & Deception by Cindy Anstey

Tuesday, May 16th 2017

“Might as well take the bull by the horns. Tomorrow it is.”
Lydia watched Lord Aldershot wend his way out of the garden, taking the west gate to the stables. She wasn’t too sure that she liked that analogy. A bull? Was she the bull or its horns? Neither sounded flattering.”

Between going to school, being the sole care taker of my daughter, and trying my hand at blogging it’s no surprise that one great book review slipped away from me.

I’m really embarrassed that I didn’t tell you guys about this adorable book. It wasn’t until I was roaming my local Barnes & Noble that I remembered that I haven’t actually (more…)

About Cindy Anstey

Whenever she is not sitting at the computer, throwing a ball in the backyard, gardening or reading, Cindy can be found–actually, not found–adventuring around the world with her hubby.

She has lived on three continents, had a monkey in her yard and a scorpion under her sink, dwelt among castles and canals, enjoyed the jazz of Beale St and attempted to speak French.

Cindy loves history, mystery and… a chocolate Labrador called Chester. Love, Lies and Spies is her debut novel.