Saturday’s Child: An Emma Parks CPS Novel by JT Hume

In her second book, CPS social worker Emma Parker is forced to face her turbulent past as she tries to solve a young girl’s kidnapping, yet events are not as simple as they appear. Emma’s family is facing their own life and death struggles, but they won’t reach out to her because of their own dark secrets, plus the family’s powerful matriarch is in town demanding Emma’s attention and seeking answers. The worst revelation is the kidnapped girl’s neighbor may be the prime suspect, and he’s one of Emma’s bosses, the city mayor. Could Emma lose her job and her lover in the police department when the truth comes out?

Author: JT Hume

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Gold River City 100 by Nathan Emery

Author Nathan A. Emery’s third novel showcases his talent for the short story. Gold River City 100, his fictional take on the real city of Kanazawa, Japan, is a place he has spent many years exploring. Finally it has seeped into his subconscious, manifesting itself in this eclectic book. From humorous to nostalgic, adventurous to sad, and every place in between, you are invited with open arms to visit the characters and places of Gold River City.

Author: Nathan Emery

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Heartbreak In The Hood by Barbie Scott

This is your typical hood love story but guess what? Ain’t shit fiction bout this love. In this novel you’ll experience real hood activities and a un-fictioned hood love saga. Meet Skylar aka Chilli from the Hood. With the beauty that captures any man, it seems Skylar is waiting on that special someone. At the tender age of 12 Skylar had the biggest crush on Don Lucci the hoods most treacherous thug. To Lucci, Skylar is just some creepy little girl that stalked him from her bedroom window. But to Skylar, Lucci fell from Heaven’s pit. On one particular day, Lucci had to escape the sounds of sirens but what he didn’t expect, was, Skylar attentively trying to rescue him. However, when the law calls out the dogs, Lucci surrenders leaving Skylar with a broken heart. 5 years later Don Lucci is a free man and he’s back in the hood to regain his throne. At one of HBz usual hood parties, he crosses path with none other than Skylar. The little girl that he once knew is replaced with a grown and developed woman. She’s a cold hearted gangsta, Hustla, and he’s heard stories about her while locked up. However, everyone failed to mention her beauty. When things began to heat up, Skylar’s Uncle Wiz becomes suspicious. Under strict orders, Lucci is not to mess with his niece but what happens when Lucci can’t resist and falls madly in love with the forbidden fruit? Take a ride on this love saga, that comes with lust, love and hood heartbreak.

Author: Barbie Scott

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Finding Christmas (Holly Point Book 2) by Jeannie Moon

Small town Holly Point wasn’t big enough to hold the dreams of golden girl Maggie Benson. So when she left at eighteen, she flew right through college and into the adrenaline-pumping life of a navy fighter pilot. But without warning, a devastating crash destroys the career she loves and sends her back to her overly protective family to heal. Maggie can’t imagine how she can reconnect with the woman she was until the hot local high school basketball coach steps up to show her the way.Former NBA star Will Fitzgerald knows how an injury can derail more than a career. Still, he’s happy with his life as a teacher and coach at Holly Point High School, until his quiet life is upended by the beautiful, brilliant, and hurting Maggie. Blindsided by the intense attraction, Will wonders if pursuing the woman of his dreams will answer the question of what’s been missing in his life.Can Maggie trust enough again to let Will past her wounds, inside and out, so that they can both find the Christmas magic they’ve been searching for?

Author: Jeannie Moon

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
5 reviews

The True Story of Happily Ever After by Melodie Starkey

“…and they all lived happily ever after…” We’ve all read that line, sighed and wished it was us. But what is happily ever after? Set in the Bay Area during the Reagan era, The True Story of Happily Ever After chronicles the story of playwright Ari Singer as he moves to the San Francisco area to get a fresh start after a bad breakup with his first serious boyfriend. He never plans to befriend a budding novelist with a load of relationship baggage of her own and an entourage of colorful friends who accept him into their ranks without ado. Follow Ari and Seymour’s journey toward that elusive “happily ever after,” as they walk an unconventional path through non-monogamous relationships, bisexuality, marriage, and parenthood.

Author: Melodie Starkey

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Destination 2016: Race for the White House (time-travel suspense novel) (Election 2016) by Gary J. Clinton

What if you could go back in time and stop Donald J. Trump from becoming president? Should you? Would you? Well, that is exactly what a young chap from a bleak future asked, and he said yes, I will stop Donald Trump from being president. So he warbled back to 2016 and he tried to stop Donald Trump from being president and wouldn’t you know it, this is his story! He meets some interesting characters along the way, too, including Bernie Sanders, and Hillary Clinton, and Stephen Bannon, and Bill Clinton, and Kellyanne Conway, and some other guys. He doesn’t meet Barack Obama though, I forgot to put him in the book. I hope you have fun reading this book I had a lot of fun writing it and I think I did a really good job but I am not the judge, you readers are the judge so hopefully you will judge it to be good.

Author: Gary J. Clinton

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Zan Duun’s Resistance (Planets of Equality Book 1) by Terri J. Taber

Equality is a basic living right to most civilations in the Republic Alliance of stars. But not for Zan Duun, On Zan Duun homosexuality is punishable by death. On Zan Duun everything is controlled by the Society, what you eat, what you do, who you marry.Miranda Ashur had had enough of it and when her personal guard told her that she had feelings for her, Miranda took a chance and fled Zan Duun to the Republic.But she couldn’t just stand by and let the injustices that were going on on her planet stay the way they were so she returned and found out the truth of who was behind all of the Society’s rules.

Author: Terri J. Taber

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews

Savages Station: A Civil War Triptych by del Fabro, Pietro

Savages Station takes the reader on an unexpected journey through the turbulent world of the American Civil War. The book, based on original primary research, weaves a pathway through some of the most riveting events of the war. Savages Station follows three stories that move back and forth between Civil War times and present-day America, opening up little-known aspects of the conflict and revealing new viewpoints into the major and minor characters of the era. The novel reminds us how much the Civil War remains an indelible part of our lives and reveals how many of our modern conflicts flow out of the war’s events.

Author: del Fabro, Pietro

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews