Book Review: Rainbow's End (The Eden Series Book 1) by Erica M. Cook

Book Review: Rainbow's End (The Eden Series Book 1) by Erica M. Cook

Rainbow's End offers an alternate present day reality in which LGBT rights have not been won, and we are visited openly by a dying alien species, called the Grays, who ask for our assistance to keep their species alive.  To deliver their request, they visit the newsrooms of the world.  One newswoman in particular, Tarry Milkwood, makes it her personal mission to assist the Grays in recruiting enough humans to save their species.

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Check Out The New Eagle Cove Book Cover

Check Out The New Eagle Cove Book Cover

I'm so excited to reveal the new cover for Eagle Cove, designed by Ann McMan She is an award-winning author and cover designer and I am so lucky she graciously agreed to design the cover for Eagle Cove. She will be designing the covers for all the books in the series.  So stay tuned for more cover reveals in the future.

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Book Review: Backcast by Ann McMan

Book Review: Backcast by Ann McMan

Backcast is set at a resort hotel on the shores of Lake Champlain in Vermont.  Sculptor and author, Barb Davis, is awarded an NEA grant to create an installation of feminist sculptures inspired by and paired with essays written by twelve women she chose to include on a two-week writing and sculpting retreat at the resort.

During the retreat, the women also get involved in a Pro/Am bass fishing tournament where they meet and converse with a two-hundred-year-old large mouth bass named Phoebe.

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Book Review: From Top To Bottom Edited By Harper Bliss

Book Review: From Top To Bottom Edited By Harper Bliss

Excellent choice for spicing up your scenes or your fantasies

This book is a collection of stories where BDSM is featured.  If you are not interested in reading stories that are 100% BDSM, then don't purchase this book.  I think it's important to get this message out to the potential readers first.  It isn't good for either the reader or the author to have someone purchase the book knowing you will not like it.

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Book Review: Along Came The Rain by Alison R. Solomon

Book Review: Along Came The Rain by Alison R. Solomon

Wynn Larimer would be the first to admit she has a bad memory and that lately it's been getting worse. But that doesn't explain how she has ended up in jail, accused of kidnapping two teenage foster kids. Now she's in the fight of her life to clear her name. Her burning question: who has framed her and why?

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