Blogsplash: Dance Of Love by Inge Saunders

What people are saying about…   Dance of Love New 4 Star Review Dance of Love by Inge Saunders is a short, fun and flirty read. The author paints a convincing tale as she introduces her characters whose depth and emotions are so raw and relatable you feel it! Ashley’s passion for achieving her goals, to finding true happiness no matter what obstacles stand in her way I find sincere. And her determination, her grit and her passion to make her dreams become a reality compliments and enhances the plot. The hero is likable and sincere. He is true to … Continue reading Blogsplash: Dance Of Love by Inge Saunders

Book Review: Shadow of The Raven

This review is in response to a serendipitous call by Millie Thom (my view) for reviews. Her book fulfilled both my wishes: to review another genre by a woman writer, and to review a non-traditional author. I therefore contacted Millie in the hopes of reviewing her work. Millie is known to me via our Learning To Surf Publishing blog on WordPress where she’s a regular contributor to the Monday Flash Fiction Challenge along with NVaughn7. I was supplied a free e-copy of this book for review purposes, and this is my honest opinion of the novel. Book Review: Shadow of … Continue reading Book Review: Shadow of The Raven

Book Review: Fire and Thorns

In week three of my month of  book reviews focusing on women writers I’ve never read before, I look at a fantasy novel. Book Review: Fire and Thorns Author: Rae Carson Genre: Fantasy Format: novel Series: Book One of the Fire and Thorns Trilogy Note: Cover and Title differ in the US. I’ve read the British version published by Orion.   In brief: It was difficult for me to put this book down. It’s hard to single out just one element that makes this such a great read so I’m not even going to try. This book reminded me, at … Continue reading Book Review: Fire and Thorns