Erotica, Romance

Seizing Cinderella by Alice May Ball

Karen's Book Review If you have been following this blog, you will know I have been struggling to find a good book to read. After two that were disappointing, this was the third. It had its good and bad points, and although I read it, it wasn't as satisfying as I would have liked.This author… Continue reading Seizing Cinderella by Alice May Ball

Mystery, Stories

Watching Glass Shatter by James J.Cudney

Karen's Magic Review I follow James's blog, and it was on here that I saw this book. There was something about the description that intrigued me, but I didn't download it straight away. It was only while I was looking for something to read that I remembered it. The reason I hadn't downloaded it was… Continue reading Watching Glass Shatter by James J.Cudney

Crime, Thriller

The Stolen Child by Brian McGilloway

Karen's Magic Review I found this on my kindle and I've no recollection where I got it from. However, as it was a short read, I gave it a go. Now, I have never heard of this author but knew instantly I was reading a master story-teller. This short crime thriller had a lot packed… Continue reading The Stolen Child by Brian McGilloway

Historical

The Wrong House by Christie Stratos

Karen's Magic Review I wasn't quite sure what I was expecting with this one. I know this author from around Facebook and that she writes Victorian novels which are very popular. When I saw her advertising this as a short story, I thought it a good time to sample her work. It was very atmospheric,… Continue reading The Wrong House by Christie Stratos

Book, Fantasy, Romance, science Fiction

Claimed by Seraphym by Denna Holm

Karen’s Magic Review I have been waiting a long time to read book three of the Raiden Warriors Series, and I wasn’t disappointed. Denna Holm has a magical way of building a believable world on another planet and making it all seem normal. The character of Seraphym was introduced in book one, and I felt… Continue reading Claimed by Seraphym by Denna Holm

Articles, Fantasy, science Fiction

I am a Failure! (Bookwise, that is)

I’ve been struggling to read of late. It’s more about being spoilt for choice, and my mood. I can’t explain the latter, but put it down to the pressure of lockdown and how I have much more time to fill. I’ve always hated having too much choice. I go to a supermarket knowing I want… Continue reading I am a Failure! (Bookwise, that is)

Mystery, Romance

A Marriage of Convenience by Stevie Turner

Family life, mystery, romance, 151 words. eBook, paperback, audio book and in Kindle Unlimited Pictures Telling Stories The couple in the first picture are Gerrie and Sophie with their baby Junior. They were so happy then. The flashing blue lights of the police show that something goes horribly wrong in their lives. Gerrie is a… Continue reading A Marriage of Convenience by Stevie Turner

Crime, Mystery

Prestige, Privilege & Murder by Christa Nardi

Karen's Magic Reviews I found this one on a Facebook group advertising a later book in a series of five. It intrigued me enough to go to Amazon to have a look. I always have to start with Book One in a series, even if its states they are standalone. Because there are two types… Continue reading Prestige, Privilege & Murder by Christa Nardi

Dystopian, Post Apocolyptic

Seth Rain’s Humanity Series

Karen's Magic Review The Dead Horizon came up in my Kindle suggesting I may like it. Usually, I ignore them but this time, I clicked on it because I like dystopian stories, although I rarely read them for some reason. I read the description, but saw that it was book 2. I would never read… Continue reading Seth Rain’s Humanity Series

Fantasy, science Fiction

The Revenge of Excalibur

Occult UFOs, Authorian Fantasy, Science Fiction, Adventure 195 pages Pictures Telling Stories The beautiful girl in the first picture is Pamela, the main protagonist in the story. She is also the daughter of Arthur, who appeared in the first book, The Secret of the Excalibur, which was reviewed on here. Because of the adventures in… Continue reading The Revenge of Excalibur