Review of An Unconventional Union (Unconventional #2) by Scotty Cade

Rating: 3.25 stars After discovering love in An Unconventional Courtship, Kincaid International Corporation’s CEO, Webber Kincaid, and his executive assistant, Tristan Moreau, return home to find that Webber is the subject of an SEC and Department of Justice investigation over Illegal business transactions by his company’s CFO. A CFO who threatens to out the couple unless they… Continue reading Review of An Unconventional Union (Unconventional #2) by Scotty Cade

Happy St. Patrick’s Day and the Week Ahead in Reviews

sláinte! Happy St. Patrick’s Day.  To start your St. Patrick’s Day, here is some great music from Brogan’s Bar in Ennis, Ireland to get you fired up! Half Irish, half Scottish, I love this day and today the weather has gone along with the program and seems particularly Irish. Overcast, damp, but not too cold, perfect… Continue reading Happy St. Patrick’s Day and the Week Ahead in Reviews

Scattered Thoughts Best Books of 2012

What a spectacular year for great books in every genre from historical to fantasy! I have read so many wonderful books and series this year that it is hard to even begin to narrow down the list, although I have tried. What makes a book great for me? So many things, that it needs its… Continue reading Scattered Thoughts Best Books of 2012

Review of The Mystery of Ruby Lode by Scotty Cade

Warnings: Rape, mention of past sexual abuse, attempted rape, child abuse Rating: 4.75 stars Bowen McAlister and his partner Cyrus Curran along with their friends Duff Gentry and Lockhart Dawson are headed out to Boulder, Colorado to research and explore the Ruby Lode, an abandoned gold mine for Bowen’s outdoor adventure company.  But even before… Continue reading Review of The Mystery of Ruby Lode by Scotty Cade

The Week Ahead in Reviews and a Great Salad for Anytime of the Year

The old adage of if you don’t like the weather, just wait five minutes has always applied to Maryland but never more so than in the last few years.  Where once you could count on May being like May and June acting sensibly like June,  all the months now seem to pull on each others… Continue reading The Week Ahead in Reviews and a Great Salad for Anytime of the Year