Reviewers with a Difference of Opinion
Beautifully written and well-paced, this saga follows a family of Indian-American women across three generations and two continents.
Travel to the planet of Alsea and meet Lancer Tal at the cusp of making history.
During WWII, brave WAVE Marjorie developed a war bond with Lucy, a shipyard worker. When Marjorie’s journals fall into the hands of the head of a Naval museum, the past won’t be history much longer.
A complex and multilayered look at the impact our decisions have on our own lives and the lives of others. An intriguing and unusual read.
Throw together nine friends for a twenty year anniversary reunion; add in a secluded country setting, plenty of wine, laughter, drama and the inevitable personality clashes – and you have a novel that is a page turner from start to finish.
When Taylor skates into Jordan’s life, Jordan is instantly interested. Like Jordan, Taylor has a better handle on her hockey stick than she has on her life. Are these roll mates soul mates?
Texans Ollie and Claire traveled to Iowa to legalize their love. Now, in order to untie the knot, these (f)lawfully wedded wives must return to their state of matrimony. But do they really want to undo “I do”?
Captivating and sublime, a love story with an amazing and intriguing sub-plot.
“A House of Light and Stone” by E. J. Runyon—A Ten-Year-Old’s Quest to be a “Real Girl”.