Cover Reveal: Reasonable Doubt? By Julie Haiselden

Synopsis One rural village; so many secrets… Blenthorne nestles in a quiet corner of Cumbria and is home to local entrepreneur, Lizzie Lockwood. Lizzie has returned to the home she loves after an unpleasant hiatus.  She is determined to put the past behind her as she concentrates on her thriving business interests and a fledgling … Continue reading Cover Reveal: Reasonable Doubt? By Julie Haiselden

GRAPHIC NOVEL ROUNDUP – Romance, Aliens, Grief and Necromantic turf wars.

Love For Hire by Jasmine Cresswell, illustrated by Earithen Published by Harlequin In order to stop her family from worrying about her life choices, Julie decided to lie to them about having a fiancé, and she's kept up the lie for the past two years! She was able to get away with it until now … Continue reading GRAPHIC NOVEL ROUNDUP – Romance, Aliens, Grief and Necromantic turf wars.

Audiobook: The Dragon Cager by Lilian Oake, Narrated by Diana Croft

Synopsis: Since her father’s sudden death, all Evie wants is comfort and security for her family. Especially from dragon cagers. The two-tongued serpents are said to take the shape of a man, woo their ill-fated victims, and then devour them whole. But no one ever told Evie she could be kindred to the creatures. When … Continue reading Audiobook: The Dragon Cager by Lilian Oake, Narrated by Diana Croft

Wraith Ladies Who Lunch by Sean Patrick Traver

Synopsis:Christabel is a Victorian phantom with a tragic past, attached to a piece of antique mourning jewelry. Ta-senet-net-hor (her name means 'Sister of Neith and Horus') is a three-thousand-year-old Egyptian, attached to a mummy on display at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Neither of them knows another ghost who's anything more than an … Continue reading Wraith Ladies Who Lunch by Sean Patrick Traver