The Forest Hides Many Secrets…

The Hidden Graveyard

 by Marc Layton

Rating: 5 out of 5.
The Forest Hides Many Secrets and Someone Wants to Keep Them Hidden…

The Hidden Graveyard by Marc Layton

What a spooky ghost story. I really enjoyed how it was written and how it played out. A wonderful and creepy quick read with likable characters. It is a short story with many more possibilities. It makes you beg for more. I hope there will be more. Please let there be more. Recommend reading.


One soul-searing kiss will…

Houston in September: A Year in Romance Novel

 by S.E. Saunders

Rating: 5 out of 5.
One soul-searing kiss will…It'll throw a monkey wrench in everything, that's what!

Houston in September - A Year in Romance Novel, By S.E. Saunders
One soul-searing kiss throws a monkey wrench in the works and starts them down a path to romance mixed with business.

Widower and successful entrepreneur, Emilia Patric flies to Houston to launch a nonprofit foundation in memory of her late husband when a series of unlucky incidences brings Emilia into engaged local family business owner, Vincent Eton’s life.

Neither is prepared for what happens next.

Omg this story is so witty and funny. Not my favorite genre but definitely one of my favorite authors. I feel in love with reading romance novels all over again. Fun, fresh, crazy! An intelligent and interesting read. I really loved the story and characters. I found myself cheering them on. They were funny and sassy. This was an enjoyable and fun summer beach read! I am going to buy this book for my mom, that’s how great it is.

Contemporary Romance
Inspirational Romance
Clean and Wholesome

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Jasper in January Coming October 14, 2021, A Year in Romance Novel by S.E. Saunders

A Year in Romance Novels are a not a series in any specific order.

What if Fairytales are true…

ANIELA: Prelude To The Apprentice’s Notebook Series

 by William Presley

ANIELA: Prelude To The Apprentice's Notebook Series by William Presley
What if Fairytales are true…

ANIELA: Prelude To The Apprentice's Notebook Series by William Presley

Slavic folklore/fairytale horror story in present day Ann Arbor Michigan.
Sam Valente, creative writing major is interested in the unknown. But something is missing. Somehow empty inside he is always looking for something to complete him. Initially lured in by the promise of inspiration on the afterlife. Who better to ask than the dead born again?

Aniela blurs the lines between real and imaginary like you’re living in an inescapable dark fairy tale. One that she gets to write. I hold the pen! You do what I tell you, you kill who I tell you, she says.

Aniela forces Sam to enact her fantasies of murder and mutilation. If he does not do what she wants, someone he cares about will meet with a horrible death. So, Sam’s only choice is to selectively choose someone to die until he can save himself.

This leads him to seek a priest for confession who in turns refers him to see a psychiatrist, Dr. Emery Loudon. Dr. Loudon specializes in the supernatural.

Together, they must stop her before more people die, but will they?

Delightfully sinister take on Polish folk lore. The book wouldn’t be any more fun, unless it were real. It’s everything your grandma warned you about if you misbehaved, dark, creepy, and thrilling. Aniela is easy to read, fast paced and short, maybe too short. Couldn’t put it down. I didn’t want it to end.  I can’t wait for the next book in the series. I highly recommend reading, even buying to keep on your shelf for late night reading.
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