Thursday, May 21, 2015

Fragile Simplicity by Tara Neideffer

Product DetailsLearning to accept that no one is perfect, that forgiving can be difficult but necessary for moving on, and that second chances are not guaranteed are all part of growth, and Ms. Neideffer's characters can show us how it's done. I enjoyed this second in the Sweet Haven series, and recommend it for anyone. It's not all roses, there are moments when I held my breath... and gave a 'phew!' after some of the scenes. Well done, Tara!

Kelly Carrero - Contained, Reclaimed, and Traffick

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Don't miss reading this author. Fresh ideas, great character building, and interesting plot lines. I haven't read all of the Evolution series (there are six of them) but I'm working on it. I have read all of the Unearthly Paradox and thoroughly enjoyed them. The books are well written and easy to read. Great job Ms. Carrero!

It's an Honor by Talia Paxton

Product DetailsRight off the bat this story went in a direction I wasn't thinking of, and then continued change direction. This alone was enough to keep me going, add to that the interesting characters, and current theme, and you have a winner. I mean, who doesn't like to read about famous people (even make believe famous people) who are misbehaving? This is a good read, easy and interesting. I recommend it.

The Cull By Donna Shelton and Janet Bessey

 Book blurb: I often reflect on the way this disaster came to be. How could a democratic society allow a duly elected government to label...