A Chaos Moondrawn Review: The Holiday Home Hotel (An Escape from the Holidays Story) by Lou Sylvre

Rating: 3.25 stars out of 5 This is part of the Escape from the Holidays series, but each book is a standalone. The overarching theme for the series is about escaping what is expected and taking a chance on something new. Dee is lonely so his dog Lelia, who is really a minor Slavic goddess… Continue reading A Chaos Moondrawn Review: The Holiday Home Hotel (An Escape from the Holidays Story) by Lou Sylvre

A MelanieM Review: The River City Chronicles by J. Scott Coatsworth

Rating: 5 stars out of 5   A group of strangers meets at Ragazzi, an Italian restaurant, for a cooking lesson that will change them all. They quickly become intertwined in each other’s lives, and a bit of magic touches each of them. Meet Dave, the consultant who lost his partner; Matteo and Diego, the… Continue reading A MelanieM Review: The River City Chronicles by J. Scott Coatsworth

In Our New Release Spotlight: The River City Chronicles by J. Scott Coatsworth (excerpt and giveaway)

J. Scott Coatsworth has a new queer magical realism book out: A group of strangers meets at Ragazzi, an Italian restaurant, for a cooking lesson that will change them all. They quickly become intertwined in each other’s lives, and a bit of magic touches each of them. Meet Dave, the consultant who lost his partner;… Continue reading In Our New Release Spotlight: The River City Chronicles by J. Scott Coatsworth (excerpt and giveaway)

A Caryn Release Day Review: Past the Breakers by Lucie Archer

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars When I finished this book, I was wondering how I would classify it.  Was it a ghost story?  Paranormal? Contemporary with a bit of magical realism? In the end, I think it was all of the above. Casey North escaped his small home town of Land’s End as soon… Continue reading A Caryn Release Day Review: Past the Breakers by Lucie Archer

A Julia Review: The Rest is Illusion by Eric Arvin

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Magical realism meets coming of age as four Verona College students are thrown together by choice as well as circumstance. When their lives and loves are threatened by blackmail and violence, they respond by using all the means at their disposal—including some they aren’t even aware they possess. But… Continue reading A Julia Review: The Rest is Illusion by Eric Arvin