Category: Blog Tour


By Invitation Only by Dorothea Benton Frank – #TLCBookTours Review

    Taking a refreshing turn from mysteries and thrillers, I read the charming Southern fiction book, By Invitation Only by new-to-me author Dorothea Benton Frank. After a few chapters, I was enchanted by the South Carolina setting where mother Diane struggles to pull together an engagement party for her only son Fred, who just […]

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Before She Was Found by Heather Gudenkauf – #TLCBookTours Review

    I’m always on the lookout for a good mystery or thriller, and I’ve heard good things about author Heather Gudenkauf from former Bewitched Bookworm Kristen in the past. When this author’s latest book, Before She Was Found came along on tour, I couldn’t pass up the chance to find out what Kristen loved […]

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What She Gave Away by Catharaine Riggs – #TLCBookTours Review

    Moving right along with my streak of completely unlikable and unsympathetic characters headlining novels, I’ve moved on to the fantastically dark and devious debut What She Gave Away by Catharine Riggs. Featuring two timelines and two first person points of view with female protagonists that are polar opposites, I highly enjoyed the manipulations […]

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Once a Liar by A.F. Brady – #TLCBookTours Review

    Usually a character who is utterly despicable and seemingly unredeemable is the villain, not the main character. In A.F. Brady’s suspense novel Once a Liar, cut-throat defense attorney Peter Caine is such a horrible person throughout this book that I couldn’t believe that anyone would put up with him. But I could not […]

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California Girls by Susan Mallery – #TLCBookTours Excerpt

Susan Mallery is one of my favorite authors. She’s my go-to for romantic books filled with realistic, diverse women on the verge of making BIG changes in their lives. I’m thrilled to bring you an excerpt from Susan Mallery’s latest stand alone novel, California Girls. From the description, I can’t wait to dig in to read all […]

Posted 11 February, 2019 by Heather in Blog, Blog Tour, Book Excerpt, Heather / 2 Comments
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The Hiding Place by C.J. Tudor – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

    I really enjoyed C.J. Tudor’s debut dark mystery/thriller, The Chalk Man, and I eagerly opened the pages of her new stand alone novel The Hiding Place. Like her earlier novel, The Hiding Place is dark, gritty, and full of flawed characters trying to live their lives–and not being that successful at it. Joe […]

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The Widows by Jess Montgomery – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

  I took a little break from reading and blogging to end 2018, to refresh my batteries from the stresses of a busy work schedule along with a very full home life with nightly martial arts commitments for both my son and I. The stresses haven’t exactly gone away with a government shutdown (where I’m […]

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Fatal Invasion by Marie Force – #TLCBookTours Review

I’ve been a big fan of Marie Force’s Fatal series for a while now, and the latest book, Fatal Invasion delivers everything I expect from this series: danger, intrigue, fast-paced action filled with Sam’s snark and Freddie’s choir boy goodness, and great romance to offset the often dark tone from the crimes throughout the book. […]

Posted 14 November, 2018 by Heather in Blog, Blog Tour, Heather, Heather Book Review / 1 Comment
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The Secret Language of Cats by Susanne Schotz – #TLCBookTours Review

On the spectrum of dog people or cat people, I’ve always been a cat person. Growing up with a fiesty Calico named Dresden that lived until the ripe old age of twenty-three and kept my mother company long after I’d moved out and gotten married to another cat person. There was no question about someday […]

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November Road by Lou Berney – #TLCBookTours Review

With three people on the road across America for very different reasons, historical thriller November Road is a gripping novel set during the time of the JFK assassination. Charlotte has had enough of her simple life in Oklahoma, married to an alcoholic that treats her and her daughters well, but she can’t be more than […]

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