Second Sunday Series

SECOND SUNDAY SERIES – NOVEMBER

I was originally going to feature a different series this month for our Second Sunday Series, but I started reading a new Tiffany Snow series towards the middle of October and I've been hooked.  The Corrupted Hearts series is just so amazing, gripping, and thrilling that I couldn't stop and I knew I'd have to post… Continue reading SECOND SUNDAY SERIES – NOVEMBER

Book Review

Web of Lies by J.G. Sumner – My Thoughts

Romantic Suspense Date Published: August 8, 2017 Publisher: Limitless Publishing My perfect life is falling apart. My wife is leaving me, and I’m fighting for our marriage, our kids—for her. Then she walks through the door, and everything changes. Beautiful, sweet Beth. She’s much too young, but I can’t stay away. Despite our secrecy, someone… Continue reading Web of Lies by J.G. Sumner – My Thoughts

Book Review

REVIEW of High Hopes by Sue Lilley

  High Hopes by Sue Lilley Published Date: April 18, 2016 My Rating: 4 Stars Length: 209 Pages   ABOUT THE BOOK “It was one stolen night. He was my soulmate and I’d never felt more alive. I couldn’t tell him I got pregnant. It would’ve ruined everything. But now his daughter wants to meet… Continue reading REVIEW of High Hopes by Sue Lilley

Second Sunday Series

Second Sunday Series – May

So in honor of Mother's Day (to all the mothers out there - hope you get as spoiled today as you deserve) I'm featuring a series written by an author that my mother & I both share as a favorite. I stumbled across this because a coworker of mine is a big fan of the… Continue reading Second Sunday Series – May

Book Review

I always Love a good Tiffany Snow book

Follow My by Tiffany Snow Length: 304 Pages Rating: 4.5 Stars Genre: Romance Brief Synopsis China Mack is a computer programmer for Cysnet and she has a particular way she does things; shower before coffee, breakfast for dinner Thursdays and she likes her life that way. Until things become a little less routine.. Jackson Cooper… Continue reading I always Love a good Tiffany Snow book