Genre: Death & Dying

Average Rating: 4.45


The Sweet Life by Sharon Struth – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

  Two wounded souls discover each other and begin to heal in picturesque Italy in the delightful travel novel, The Sweet Life by Sharon Struth. Following thirty-nine year-old Mamie Weber as she travels to Tuscany for a work assignment, which is a big leap for someone who has barely left her house in the last five years […]

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The Doll Funeral by Kate Hamer – #TLCBookTours Review and Giveaway

  I really enjoyed Kate Hamer’s The Girl in the Red Coat as the mystery/thriller pulled at my heartstrings while it dealt with a mother whose son had been kidnapped. The author has changed gears a little with her next novel, The Doll Funeral, and has headed into the territory of blending multiple genres successfully. While […]

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The Hideaway by Lauren K. Denton – #TLC Book Tours Review

  After reading such heavy, dark books that I’ve tackled lately, I needed a book that was as fun, emotionally healing, and loving as The Hideaway.  Lauren K. Denton’s debut is a knockout–full of family ties, self-discovery, a little bit of mystery and romance, and a bunch of digging into your family’s past to find out […]

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The Drifter by Christine Lennon – Review and Giveaway

    If you crack open the pages of The Drifter expecting a murder mystery, you’ll be a bit disappointed. It’s stated in black and white in the back cover blurb that former sorority girl Betsy and her two best friends experience a horrible act of violence while in their last year of college in Gainesville, […]

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In the Blue Hour by Elizabeth Hall – Blog Tour Review and Giveaway

  In the Blue Hour is a hauntingly beautiful book rife with Native American folklore and traditions. Fifty-something-year-old Elise has lost her long-time husband Michael to a tragic car accident–one she’d dreamed of a few weeks prior to it happening–and seven months later she’s still floundering. They’d known each other since they were kids in northern New Mexico […]

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Blog Tour Review and Giveaway – June by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore

Family secrets, great personal sacrifices, powerful friendships, dangerous enemies, and old world Hollywood encroaching on small town Ohio make up June, a novel told in dual timelines. Hopping back and forth between 2015 and 1955, June tells the story of Cassie Danvers as she mourns the loss of her very private grandmother–the only family that […]

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Review and Giveaway – Night Hawk by Lindsay McKenna

  Night Hawk is the tenth installment in the Jackson Hole, Wyoming series featuring former military members in a western setting. Although this is the first book that I’ve read in this series and by this author, I didn’t have a problem jumping right in since the books are written as stand alones–featuring a new […]

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The Chalice of Sorrows (Covenant Book 2) by Robert J. Duperre

  In the first book(my review), The Mirror of Souls, we’re introduced to Jacqueline Talbot, who is known as the Gorgon—a spiritual being that is preordained to be the host body for the demigod Khayrat. While her Aunt Mitzy and Mitzy’s vampire bodyguard Edwin are sworn to protect Jacqueline and keep this prophecy from coming […]

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A Hot and Sexy Summer Read – Racing the Sun by Karina Halle Book Tour – Review and Giveaway

A sexy, sultry, and smart summer read was something that I’d been missing so far this season, and I certainly found a book that fit the bill in Karina Halle’s latest standalone romance release, Racing the Sun. Amber and Derio have wound their way into my heart, and I’m glad that I got to spend […]

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Contemporary and Creepy Thrill Ride – Alive by Chandler Baker

  I’ve always been interested in the stories about organ transplant patients who suddenly start displaying behaviors or preferences that they didn’t have before the surgery, and these are sometimes found to be the same as those of the organ donors. A fantastic podcast that I listen to weekly, Mysterious Universe, has covered the topic […]

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