Posts Categorized: Coyer

Review: August by Audrey Carlan

Review: August by Audrey Carlan

August (Calendar Girl #8) by Audrey Carlan Rating: 4 stars Blurb: Pretending. I’ve always been good at pretending. Being someone else is easy, and that ability has served me well these last seven months. This time, I’ve been hired to be the long lost sister of oil tycoon, and down to earth cowboy, Maxwell Cunningham. Recently, Maxwell’s father passed away and in his last Will and Testament he dropped a bomb no one saw coming. One of the richest men in the world, left forty-nine percent of his company to a sister my client never knew he had. A woman… Read more »

Divider

Review: How to Write a Sizzling Synopsis by Bryan Cohen

Review: How to Write a Sizzling Synopsis by Bryan Cohen

How to Write a Sizzling Synopsis: A Step-by-Step System for Enticing New Readers, Selling More Fiction, and Making Your Books Sound Good by Bryan Cohen Rating: 4 stars Blurb: Struggling to find new readers? Learn how a compelling synopsis can make your book fly off the digital shelves! Do you hate writing blurbs? Do you wish there was an easier way to summarize your novel and get more sales in the process? Author and copywriter Bryan Cohen’s book descriptions have hit both the Kindle Store’s Top 50 and the USA Today Bestseller list. Let him show you exactly how to… Read more »

Divider

Review: Pirate Nemesis by Carysa Locke

Review: Pirate Nemesis by Carysa Locke

Pirate Nemesis (Telepathic Space Pirates #1) by Carysa Locke Rating: 5 stars Blurb: Killers. Thieves. Pirates. Family. Mercy Kincaid is a fugitive from her own family. Her dangerous telepathic gifts make her a target. So is anyone she gets close to. When her best friend is captured and tortured, Mercy’s only hope is to reunite with the family that tried to murder her as a child. She trusts few among her blood relatives, but finds herself intrigued by an enigmatic and dangerous killer. Reaper has spent a lifetime watching his people die. He’s vowed to kill anyone who jeopardizes their… Read more »

Divider

Review: Jaxson by Alisa Woods

Review: Jaxson by Alisa Woods

Jaxson (River Pack Wolves #1) by Alisa Woods Blurb: Three brothers. Three Secrets. One hope to save the shifters of Seattle. Former SEAL Jaxson River would give his life for his brothers and his pack, but if he doesn’t claim a mate soon, he’ll be forced to step down as their alpha. There’s only one problem: Jaxson’s dark secret would kill any mate he claimed. With someone kidnapping shifters off the street—and only Jaxson and his brothers, Jace and Jared, to stop them—now is not the time for his secret to come out. Curvy Olivia Lilyfield is a half-witch orphan… Read more »

Divider

Review: The Crêpes of Wrath by Sarah Fox

Review: The Crêpes of Wrath by Sarah Fox

My To-Be Read List is a meme hosted by Because Reading is Better Than Real Life where at the beginning of the month visitors can choose which book I’ll be reading this month. On the first saturday of a month the poll will be up, then on the second saturday of the month I’ll announce the book that won and on the last saturday of the month I’ll post my review of the book. The Crêpes of Wrath (A Pancake House Mystery #1) by Sarah Fox Rating: 3 stars Blurb: In the debut of a delightful cozy mystery series, Sarah… Read more »

Divider

Review: Till Death Do Us Tart by H.Y. Hanna

Review: Till Death Do Us Tart by H.Y. Hanna

Till Death Do Us Tart (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries #4) by H.Y. Hanna Rating: 4 stars Blurb: When Oxfordshire tearoom owner, Gemma Rose, enters her little tabby, Muesli, in the cat show at the local village fair, the last thing she expects is to stumble across a murder. And when her meddling mother and the nosy Old Biddies decide to start their own investigation, Gemma has no choice but to join in the sleuthing. She soon finds there’s something much more sinister sandwiched between the home-made Victoria sponge cakes and luscious jam tarts … But murder isn’t the only thing on… Read more »

Divider

Review: Baking is Murder by Kathy Cranston

Review: Baking is Murder by Kathy Cranston

Baking is Murder (Bee’s Bakehouse Mysteries #1) by Kathy Cranston Blurb: Newly redundant and recently divorced, there’s never been a better time for Jessie Henderson to pack up her life in the city and move to Springdale, the small town where she spent childhood summers with her Aunt Bee. Luckily for Jessie, Springdale is every bit as quirky and idyllic as she remembers, and Bee’s baking is just as mouth-watering. Then the unthinkable happens and there’s a murder on the outskirts of town. Worse still, Jessie’s new friend is the prime suspect. The cops think the case is cut-and-dry, but… Read more »

Divider