The Animal Awards by Tor Freeman, Martin Jenkins – ARC review

Celebrate the most spectacular species in the animal kingdom with this amazing book of animals, illustrated by Tor Freeman. Fifty fantastic creatures are awarded prizes to celebrate their most dazzling talents and some unusual skills. Roll up, roll up! The Animal Awards are about to begin. Who will win the Terrific Teeth Award? Who will claim the … Continue reading The Animal Awards by Tor Freeman, Martin Jenkins – ARC review

Charlie the Horse by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne – ARC review

Charlie dreamed of becoming a famous racehorse like his Dad, Charles the Great. Will he have the talent to succeed when he leaves for training at Sweetbrier Racing Stable? What will he do if he’s tired and doesn’t feeling like running? How will Charlie react when he faces challenges on the race track? Charlie tells … Continue reading Charlie the Horse by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne – ARC review

Nothing Else But You by Elle Wright (Boston, MA) – ARC review

TRUE HEARTS What appealed most about The Letter Club was the anonymity and complete absence of social media BS. Giovanni Di Caro lives with enough scrutiny and family drama, he didn't need anymore, but he wanted someone he could talk to. Sure, his quad-mates in college are great, but there's a part of him he … Continue reading Nothing Else But You by Elle Wright (Boston, MA) – ARC review

Dark Alpha’s Redemption: A Reaper Novel (Reaper #8) by Donna Grant – ARC review

There is no escaping a Reaper. I am an elite assassin, part of a brotherhood that only answers to Death. And when Death says your time is up, I’m coming for you… My duty to Death drives me forward. I've never once strayed from my path – not even when the future seemed uncertain. However, … Continue reading Dark Alpha’s Redemption: A Reaper Novel (Reaper #8) by Donna Grant – ARC review

Texts from Mittens: The Friends and Family Edition by Angie Bailey – ARC review

The Internet’s favorite text-happy cat is back at it—with a little help from his friends. Follow along with Mittens as he enjoys hilarious, snark-filled text volleys with his cast of quirky friends and family: Earl (the “filthy hound”), Stumpy (the best friend), Drunky Patty (the usually tipsy next-door neighbor), Grandma (giver of treats), and Fiona … Continue reading Texts from Mittens: The Friends and Family Edition by Angie Bailey – ARC review

The Magic Christmas Ornament by James Barbato – ARC review

THE MAGIC CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT COLLECTION is much more than a book. The collection includes an heirloom quality casebound hardback, a ornament just like the one in the story, and a beautiful decorative package, suitable for making the gift of Christmas a lasting memory. A portion of all profits from this book will be given to … Continue reading The Magic Christmas Ornament by James Barbato – ARC review

Virgin Husband (Virgin Marriage #1) by Alexa Riley – Review

Aiden Clark agreed to marry his best friend Savannah, but it was never anything beyond a piece of paper. He’s a good man with good intentions, but one look at Caroline and he knows he can’t keep living a lie. Not when he sees what love is. Caroline Parker is finally getting back to her … Continue reading Virgin Husband (Virgin Marriage #1) by Alexa Riley – Review

Otto the Otter’s Muddy Puddle (The Rubbish Rebellion Book 2) by Chez Rafter, Daniela Frongia (Illustrator) – ARC review

Otto the otter is in trouble. His pond is a mess and a muddle From the trash of tourists who are less than subtle. To save his home he needs some muscle. Can Otto rescue his friends and together clean up this muddy puddle? GET A COPY  Amazon Barnes & Noble Goodreads my review Otto … Continue reading Otto the Otter’s Muddy Puddle (The Rubbish Rebellion Book 2) by Chez Rafter, Daniela Frongia (Illustrator) – ARC review

The Little Spanish Girl by Aleš Matko – Review

The daughter of a notorious gangster vanishes without a trace and it’s up to the famous detective Emmanuel Klauder to get to the bottom of it. Escorted by an appointed local police inspector, he ventures into the gangster's heavily guarded settlement and begins conducting his investigation. Yet the truth lays buried under layer upon layer … Continue reading The Little Spanish Girl by Aleš Matko – Review

A Lump Of Coal For Christmas by Ashleigh Giannoccaro – Review

Imagine waking up every Christmas to find your gift has been replaced with a lump of coal, and a note from someone you do not know. Noelle, You were a very bad girl, you know that bad girls get coal in their stockings. But, I promise you this, when put under enough pressure the dirty, … Continue reading A Lump Of Coal For Christmas by Ashleigh Giannoccaro – Review