Tuesday, May 26, 2020

A Good Demon Is Hard to Find by Kate Moseman REVIEW

A Good Demon Is Hard To Find
by Kate Moseman



Sometimes, a date from hell is just what you need...

When Erin thoughtlessly lays a curse on Mark, her cheating ex-husband, she doesn’t expect a well-dressed Great Earl of Hell to show up in her kitchen to fulfill the curse (and make damn good coffee while he’s at it).

Andromalius specializes in wickedness and revenge. He’s ready, willing, and able to rain down hell on Erin’s ex—but when Mark announces a hasty new marriage, Erin needs more than just revenge.

She needs a date to the wedding.

Fans of Good Omens, Lucifer, and The Good Place will love this wickedly funny paranormal romantic comedy!

Purchase Link: http://mybook.to/agooddemon


Witches and demons and love oh my!

This was exactly what I needed! Erin's husband Mark has left her to be with another woman, so what could Erin do besides possibly place a curse on that evil ex? So when Andromalius, a powerful Great Earl of Hell who just so happens to know how to make a great cup of coffee appears in her kitchen one morning to fulfill the curse, things get evil and fun very quickly!

Our main character Erin changes so much throughout out story. We watch her grow from a sad, angry ex-wife to a hot, rocking single woman. Her transformation is entertaining to watch and easy to enjoy. Andromalius is everything you could ever need in a demon sidekick. He is funny, charming and simply evil. The story line was great and well paced. The writing was also really good. It was simply a joy from start to finish. I would definitely read more by this author. 

This was a perfect pallet cleanser! I was hoping for a fun and enjoyable romance and that is exactly what I received. A Good Demon Is Hard To Find is a story that is as fun and cute as it's cover! It you want something to make you laugh and fall in love with just a touch of evil then you should definitely give this one a try.

Author Bio

Kate Moseman is a writer, photographer, and recipe developer who lives in Florida with her family and enjoys going to theme parks as frequently as possible.

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Friday, May 22, 2020

An Implacable Woman by K.T. Findlay REVIEW

An Implacable Woman
by K.T. Findlay



If a tooth costs a tooth and an eye costs an eye
When a man hits his wife, then it’s his turn to die

Furious that the courts and police can’t prevent respected surgeon John Kirby from beating his wife, Sally Mellors steps in to save her. Permanently…

But Grace Kirby isn’t the only one who needs saving and Sally quickly discovers she’s taken on a much bigger job than she’d thought.

With her unique ability to blend justice with fun, Sally sets joyfully about the business of removing the monsters from women’s lives, but is she in danger of becoming a monster herself?

As her friends in the police get ever closer, Sally has some serious questions of her own to answer.

Additional Maps of where An Implacable Woman is set: https://ktfindlay.com/an-implacable-woman-maps/

Purchase Links

US – https://www.amazon.com/K-T-Findlay/e/B07Z5CL9YS
UK - https://www.amazon.co.uk/K-T-Findlay/e/B07Z5CL9YS
India - https://www.amazon.in/K-T-Findlay/e/B07Z5CL9YS


Sally Mellors has had enough of men abusing their wives. The cops can't protect them, the women can't protect themselves so it's up to her to end the violence... by disposing of these horrible husbands. In An Implacable Woman Sally takes matters into her own hands and plays on the fine line of being a protector and being an equally evil monster. 

Sally Mellors is our anti-hero in this story. She does bad things, but she does them for what she believes is a good reason. It's so hard not to root for her, even if you don't support what she is doing. I thought this story was well told and very interesting to read. I loved how the conflicting thoughts and emotions of some of the characters were displayed, especially from the police who felt compelled to catch her but not really wanting to because they hadn't been able to protect the women Sally was defending. The writing was good and descriptive. I would read more by this author.

Overall, I thought this was a pretty good read. It kept me interested enough where I was able to get through it within a couple days.

Author Bio

K.T. Findlay lives on a small farm where he dovetails his writing with fighting the blackberry and convincing the quadbike that killing its rider isn’t a vital part of its job description.

Social Media Links:

Webpage : www.ktfindlay.com
Youtube : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0UIrcFBnHtHXQzbr37Ay-Q
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/KTFindlayauthor
Twitter : https://twitter.com/ktfindlay

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Captured by Her Enemy Knight by Nicole Locke REVIEW

Captured by Her Enemy Knight
by Nicole Locke



Falling for the man

Cressida Howe, the Archer, is a well-tuned weapon. But she’s also a woman captivated by a man—Eldric of Hawskmoor, the warrior knight her father ordered her to kill. Instead, for years, Cressida has simply watched him… Now she’s been captured by her formidable enemy, and her well-ordered world comes crashing down, for Eldric is even more compelling up close. Cressida curses her traitorous heart—this assassin has fallen for her target!

Purchase Links:

US - https://www.amazon.com/Captured-Enemy-Knight-Nicole-Locke-ebook/dp/B07ZVX9YPD

UK - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Captured-Enemy-Knight-Mills-Historical-ebook/dp/B07ZS72ZHS/

CAN - https://www.amazon.ca/Captured-Enemy-Knight-Nicole-Locke-ebook/dp/B07ZVX9YPD



Nicole Locke has done it again with intriguing characters, lots of action, adventure and of course, drama. Nicole manages to weave a tale that is sure to thrill from beginning to end. 

When Eldric of Hawskmoor finally catches The Archer, he is stunned to find out she is in fact a stunning woman. How could this woman be The Archer he loathed for so long? Now he just has to take her to the King for judgment and he can finally move on with his life.

I thought this story was very well told. There is enough action, adventure and suspense throughout the story to keep the reader entertained until the last page. It's very fast-paced and entertaining. The main characters felt like a great fit, they had a great balance of differences and similarities to make them mesh well. The backstories of the characters were worked in nicely to the story so that it didn't feel like an info-dump but rather a steady flow. 

Overall, it was an enjoyable read. I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys historical romance. 

Author Bio

Nicole first discovered romance novels hidden in her grandmother's closet. Convinced hidden books must be better, Nicole greedily read them. It was only natural she should start writing them (but now not so secretly).

If she isn't working on the next book in her historical series, she can be reached at NicoleLocke.com!

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Saturday, May 16, 2020

Questions of Persepctive REVIEW

Questions of Perspective
by Daniel Maunz



No one knew it at the time, but April 19, 2011, was the most important day in the history of the world.

After his only friend and colleague, John Manta, disappears without a word, Dave Randall further entrenches himself in the humdrum life of an unenthusiastic lawyer. But once he begins to understand what happened, he embarks on a journey to uncover the deeper meanings and implications of John's fate.

Accompanied by Peaches the cat, Dave uproots his life and reinvents himself in the midst of his search. Along the way, he is haunted by his piecemeal understanding of John's fate and what it means for his existence. Little does Dave know, his journey of self-discovery will have ramifications that extend far beyond the borders of his own little life.

Purchase Links

US - https://www.amazon.com/Questions-Perspective-Daniel-Maunz-ebook/dp/B087C5Y1CQ/
UK - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Questions-Perspective-Daniel-Maunz-ebook/dp/B087C5Y1CQ/
CAN - https://www.amazon.ca/Questions-Perspective-Daniel-Maunz-ebook/dp/B087C5Y1CQ/


Questions of Perspectives is not the book to sit down with when you are wanting a quick read you can fly through. It's the book you read when you want to sit down, take your time and slowly make your way through a journey. I'm not a fan of slow paced books, but this is one I couldn't help but enjoy from the first page to the last. 

Dave Randall is an unfulfilled lawyer just going through the motions of life. One day his only friend, John Manta, disappears without a trace. When Dave finally discovers what really happened to John it starts him on his own journey of self discovery. 

I absolutely adored this book. It was one of those reads that you just relax and float through. I loved the calm tone and steady pace. It's so well written. The trouble with slow paced novels is that they tend to become boring rather quickly. Thankfully, Daniel Maunz is able to keep you interested and entertained while keeping everything calm and slow. He did an absolutely wonderful job and I loved it. 

I think fans of The Shack by William Paul Young would enjoy this book. Both have an unusual representation of God that is meant to have the readers see situations from different perspectives and focus on a bigger picture than what you can immediately see.

Author Bio

When he is not writing, Daniel Maunz works as an attorney as in-house counsel for a major insurance company. He currently lives in Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina, with his wife Lynne, their son Patrick, and their two cats: Admiral Meowy McWhiskers and Captain Cutie (or "Admiral" and "Captain" for short). Questions of Perspective is his first novel.

Social Media Links:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/maunzdaniel/
Twitter: twitter.com/MaunzDaniel
Instagram: instagram.com/danielmaunz 

Friday, May 15, 2020

The Middle-Aged Virgin In Italy by Olivia Spring COVER REVEAL

The Middle-Aged Virgin in Italy
(Book 2 of The Middle-Aged Virgin series)
by Olivia Spring

Hello all and welcome back! It's time for another awesome cover Reveal! Yay! I hope you all like it! 

Can a holiday romance lead to long-term love?

When Sophia moves to Tuscany to join the hot Italian-stallion she’s fallen head over heels in love with, she dreams of an idyllic life filled with passion, pasta, sunshine and her favourite gelato.

But will the reality live up to the fairy-tale?

The Middle-Aged Virgin in Italy is a fun, sexy sequel about stepping out of your comfort zone and keeping the spark alive in a relationship. If you like Sophie Kinsella and Sophie Ranald, you’ll love the latest novel in Olivia Spring’s page-turning, romantic comedy series.

Pre-order today and get ready to join Sophia on her Italian adventures!

Pre-order Links


The Middle-Aged Virgin, the first book in the series is available to read for FREE in Kindle Unlimited









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Author Bio

Olivia Spring is a British, London-based writer of contemporary women's fiction, sexy chick lit and romantic comedy. Her uplifting debut novel The Middle-Aged Virgin deals with being newly single after a long-term relationship, dating, love, sex, friendship and living life to the full.

Olivia published three novels in 2019: Only When It's Love, Losing My Inhibitions and Love Offline. The Middle-Aged Virgin in Italy, the hotly anticipated sequel to her debut novel will be released in July 2020.

When she's not writing, Olivia can be found baking or making regular trips to Italy to indulge in pasta, pizza and gelato and of course, seeking inspiration for her next book!






Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Jack Kerouac Is Dead to Me by Gae Polisner REVIEW

Jack Kerouac is Dead to Me
by Gae Polisner



Fifteen-year-old JL Markham's life used to be filled with carnival nights and hot summer days spent giggling with her forever best friend Aubrey about their families and boys. Together, they were unstoppable. But they aren't the friends they once were.

With JL's father gone on long term business, and her mother suffering from dissociative disorder, JL takes solace in the in the tropical butterflies she raises, and in her new, older boyfriend, Max Gordon. Max may be rough on the outside, but he has the soul of a poet (something Aubrey will never understand). Only, Max is about to graduate, and he's going to hit the road - with or without JL.

JL can't bear being left behind again. But what if devoting herself to Max not only means betraying her parents, but permanently losing the love of her best friend? What becomes of loyalty, when no one is loyal to you?

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Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.

Ok, so I've had a copy of this book for a few months now and I can't remember why I waited so long to read it. The synopsis really grabbed my attention when I first read it months ago and oh how I wish I had of read this sooner! This was such a raw, powerful and emotional read for me. Both the story and the characters were wonderfully written. JL was a perfect main character for this story. I absolutely adored her and my heart broke for her so many times. 

The story is mainly written in a letter to JL's best friend, Aubrey. Through this letter we get to know the girls as they were young friends and then watch them drift apart as they enter high school. JL gets a boyfriend, Aubrey gets new friends and all of a sudden they don't seem to fit into each others world anymore. I think this is something that a lot of people will relate to in the way that at least most of us have grown apart from a best friend and/or been betrayed by one. I thought their relationship was written so perfectly. It captured the essence of growing up in a very real way. There are other relationships addressed, such as with her mother, father, grandmother and boyfriend but I won't get into detail about those. All I'm going to say is they were all done fabulously as well.

Due to mature subject content and the type of issues presented in this book I'd recommend it to 14+. It was a good solid read for me.

Monday, May 11, 2020

PrintsField Personalized Socks Review

PrintsField Personalized Socks Review

I received this product for free in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinion expressed in this review are my own.

PrintsField is a site where you're able to take a picture of a face, it can be a persons or an animals, then you pick your background. PrintsField will then take the face you chose and place it on the background you chose and send you your very own personalized socks! They also have underwear for men and women and laptop sleeves you can personalize. It's the perfect place to get creative with that special gift for a special someone.

For my socks I chose to put a picture of my daughter on them because I thought it would be super cute. I was right and my daughter finds it hilarious that she is on a pair of socks. 

My first impression of the socks I received was "wow, how cool is this!?" The picture is really good, it looks like the actual picture. The quality is really good. The material is very soft. The socks are super comfortable when wearing them. I felt like they had the perfect amount of stretch to them. 

After washing them I found they were the same as when first received. They didn't fade, shrink or suffer any sort of damage or stress due to being washed. 

Overall, I was quite satisfied with the product. I'd recommend them if you're looking for a fun, personalized, unique gift. 

If you wish to order your own pair of personalized socks or one of there other super cute products, you can do so here >> https://printsfield.com/

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The Greenbecker Gambit by Ben Graff REVIEW

The Greenbecker Gambit by Ben Graff 🌕🌕🌕🌑🌑 Synopsis: ‘I only feel truly alive when the chess clock is ticking and the patterns on the sq...