Review: Burden by Annmarie McKenna

Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5 It’s Detective Keegan Monroe’s first day off after a long undercover assignment and all he wants to do is relax and enjoy his coffee.  But his day is shattered when a  man dives in front of him throwing them both to the ground.  Then a gunshot goes past them as… Continue reading Review: Burden by Annmarie McKenna

Endangered LGBTQ Youth, Books Proceeds, and the Week Ahead in Reviews

Tis the season for winding down of the school year and various holidays,  Mothers Day and Fathers Day among them.  And while there are many families out there celebrating their love for one another, there are also many children, including 40 percent of LGBT youth*, who will be spending these holidays out on the streets,… Continue reading Endangered LGBTQ Youth, Books Proceeds, and the Week Ahead in Reviews

Review: Bad Attitude (Bad in Baltimore #3) by K.A. Mitchell

Rating: 4.25 stars out of 5 When Baltimore police rescue diver Jamie Donnigan gets a call about a jumper off the Key Bridge he doesn’t realize that his carefully controlled life is about to change dramatically.  What he thinks will be a routine call turns into something much more important as the man they are… Continue reading Review: Bad Attitude (Bad in Baltimore #3) by K.A. Mitchell

Review: All Lessons Learned (Cambridge Fellows Mysteries #8) by Charlie Cochrane

Rating: 5 stars “He’s at the end of his rope…until fate casts a lifeline.” WWI has ended and Dr. Orlando Coppersmith is back at St. Bride’s College, after being freed from a German prisoner of war camp.  The cost of the war is all around him but the deepest, most traumatic blow is the loss… Continue reading Review: All Lessons Learned (Cambridge Fellows Mysteries #8) by Charlie Cochrane

Review: Life, Over Easy: Fragments Book 1 by K.A. Mitchell

Rating:  4.25 stars John Andrews life was all planned out, had been since he was young and entered the pool for the first time.  His life revolved around his diving.  He was tutored at home and on the road,  his social circle extended out only as far as his  teammates and diving competitors, even the… Continue reading Review: Life, Over Easy: Fragments Book 1 by K.A. Mitchell