author, book review, Kindle Unlimited, reading

Book review: Frole – Daniel J. Strait (@daniel_strait)

The prophecy spoke of those who must be found, but not of what must be endured. As life and death hang in the balance the small group of heroes finally find the black door to their next destination, but it is a place they were expected, a place where it seems their every move is… Continue reading Book review: Frole – Daniel J. Strait (@daniel_strait)

author, book review, Kindle Unlimited, reading, writing

Book review: The Sensorians: Trust – Brigitte Morse-Starkenburg (@BrigitteMorseS1)

With her father threatening to overthrow the Sensorian way of life, Eli knew it would take more than words to prove her loyalty. She endured her punishment but it made little difference, and the month isolation had been one of the hardest months she had ever had to endure. With family bonds being so powerful,… Continue reading Book review: The Sensorians: Trust – Brigitte Morse-Starkenburg (@BrigitteMorseS1)

author, book review, Kindle Unlimited, reading, Recommended Books

Book review: The Dungeon Master’s Wife – Kate Messick (@KateMessick)

Aaron had been the love of her life, she had waited years for them to marry and they had been happy. She had moved her whole life for him. Moving away from the home she loved and leaving behind her friends only added to the loneliness beginning to settle over her like an all too… Continue reading Book review: The Dungeon Master’s Wife – Kate Messick (@KateMessick)

author, book review, Kindle Unlimited, reading, writing

Book review: Adam Gaffen – The Cassidy Chronicles(@RabidChipmunk42)

A wedding should be a joyous occasion, but for Cass and Ken it was the start of a nightmare they had never seen coming. Without warning enemies flock from places unknown in pursuit of someone who could disrupt one of the largest trading industries of the time. She hadn't realised her discovery would cause so… Continue reading Book review: Adam Gaffen – The Cassidy Chronicles(@RabidChipmunk42)

author, book review, Kindle Unlimited, reading

Book review: The Sensorians: Awakening – Brigitte Morse-Starkenburg (@BrigitteMorseS1)

For most her life Eli had been told she suffered from mental illness, paranoia, schizophrenia, and sensory overload. For years she thought her behaviour was what drove her father to leave. She had everything under control thanks to the prescriptions, that was until the day Zack turned up and sent her world tumbling down around… Continue reading Book review: The Sensorians: Awakening – Brigitte Morse-Starkenburg (@BrigitteMorseS1)

author, book review, Kindle Unlimited, reading

Book review: Familiar Ties – Kathryn Jayne

Jesse had been born different. Unlike most born of the shifter line she had no animal to call her own, just like her mother she couldn't shift and just like her mother she saw things no one else did. Her mother's madness had resulted in her murder, and Jesse feared her father would turn the… Continue reading Book review: Familiar Ties – Kathryn Jayne

author, book review, Kindle Unlimited, reading

Book review: The Old Coal Miner’s Lamp – Vicky Peplow (@Vickypep)

Since returning from war Mike had been haunted by PTSD, but something else is plaguing him now, and it started in his dreams. Unusual visions haunt his sleep of clogs and miners, lights and death and someone warning him to leave. Then came the strange knocking. Unsure if he is going mad he turns to… Continue reading Book review: The Old Coal Miner’s Lamp – Vicky Peplow (@Vickypep)

author, book review, Kindle Unlimited, reading

Book review: Lucid Dreams – Ocean Bloom

Bjorn thought things couldn't get any worse. He lost his job after his arse of a boss threw him under the wagon for something he had warned him would happen, his mother committed suicide, and his savings were slowly draining away as he spiralled into a world of sleeping pills and alcohol. He wasn't sure… Continue reading Book review: Lucid Dreams – Ocean Bloom

author, book review, Kindle Unlimited, reading

Book review: T. B. Elizabeth – Trust Me

Jordyn Jensen had got used to the abuse, to the beatings. But that one night Devon took things too far. In fear for her life she calls Maggie and finds herself in the one place Devon won't think to look. While running from her past she didn't expect to find a chance of a future.… Continue reading Book review: T. B. Elizabeth – Trust Me

author, book review, Kindle Unlimited, reading

Book review: D.M.Z. Liyanage – Axel Lennart and the Bright Darkness (@z_liyanage)

Time is running out. Every second passing is another chance for Axel's enemies to find the weapon, the black box that could destroy everything. With nothing more than fragmented clues Axel and his friends must uncover its hiding place before the protection stopping The Raven disappears and everything is lost. Unable to accept or deny… Continue reading Book review: D.M.Z. Liyanage – Axel Lennart and the Bright Darkness (@z_liyanage)