About the book: Mason “Mace” Perry was a firebrand cop on the D.C. police force until she was kidnapped and framed for a crime. She lost everything-her badge, her career, her freedom-and spent two years in prison. Now she’s back on the outside and focused on one mission: to be a cop once more. Her only shot to be a true blue again is to solve a major case on her own, and prove she has the right to wear the uniform. But even with her police chief sister on her side, she has to work in the shadows: A vindictive U.S. attorney is looking for any reason to send Mace back behind bars. Then Roy Kingman enters her life. Roy is a young lawyer who aided the poor until he took a high-paying job at a law firm in Washington. Mace and Roy meet after he discovers the dead body of a female partner at the firm. As they investigate the death, they start uncovering surprising secrets from both the private and public world of the nation’s capital. Soon, what began as a fairly routine homicide takes a terrifying and unexpected turn-into something complex, diabolical, and possibly lethal. About… Read more »
By Amy Clipston This book is the first book by Amy Clipston that I have had the pleasure of reading. And I must be honest and tell you that I am not a big racing fan, but I absolutely LOVED Amy’s book, Betrayed. So much so that I am anxiously awaiting a second racing series book to be released! This is kind of a romantic mystery with a bit of humor mixed in. Set in my wonderful home state of North Carolina, Amy tells the story of Lacey, the young daughter of a Nascar team owner, who has loved the driver of one team car from afar for as long as she can remember. But while she’s away at college in Maryland, tragedy strikes-her father and stepmother both meet death in a fatal 1 car accident….but was it truly an accident? Reese has known Lacey since the day she was born. She’s like a kid sister to him. So when news of her father’s accident reaches him, he’s determined to be there for her. But she’s not making it easy. In trying to convince Lacey that she can trust him he finds himself seeing her as a gorgeous woman, not… Read more »
Hi readers! Coming up next is reviews for Amy Clipston, Karen Kingsbury and a GIVEAWAY!!! Hope yall are enjoying my blog! I still have TWO giveaways going on so there’s still time to enter!!! For those of you who have my “grab my button” button…I have changed it and this one will be permenant..please feel free to update it!
By Pat Williams and Karen Kingsbury To puchase this book visit here. This is a group of “gifts” for the graduate. The authors bring together experiences from different people to help prepare them for the real world. With these experiences, comes lessons in faith, over coming obstacles, balancing their goals and achieving their dreams. Though I was not a graduate when I purchased this book, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, as it had lessons that I, too, could take to heart. This book is the perfect graduation gift and I highly recommend this book for all those high school and college graduates, but I also recommend this for all of us who find ourselves struggling with our daily goals, and questioning our faith in God’s plans for us. *This book was courtesy of my own collection.*
A fellow blogger is hosting a giveaway for THE SMART ONE AND THE PRETTY ONE so head on over there and check it out!!! Ends October 19th so hurry!!!
Welcome, Rita, to Book Reviews by Buuklvr81. Thanks for stopping by and sharing with us a bit about the novel, Surrender the Wind! Let’s start the interview off by asking where you’re from and what’s some of your latest news? I grew up in a Maryland suburb outside of Washington. I’ve been settled in central Maryland for most of my life, and love it here. I prefer the mountains to the beach any day. Latest news? Well, I’ve been co-coordinating a huge book signing event alongside author Wanda Dyson, and Leah Morgan, an aspiring writer. It will be held on November 28 in Hagerstown, Maryland with 13 CBA authors in attendance, two of which are Christy Award winners. It’s getting a lot of buzz and the attention of our publishers.I’m nearly finished writing a new novel, and planning out the sequel a little at a time. When did you consider yourself a writer and what inspired you to write your first novel? I’ve always loved books and reading. When I was around eleven, I wrote a short story and drew the illustrations. As a teenager, I wrote poetry and wrote essays. The desire to write bit me in the late… Read more »
I am very excited about tomorrow! I am hosting my FIRST author interview!!! I posted my review of a book called Surrender the Wind by Rita Gerlach back in September. Well, I am pleased to announce that tomorrow I will be posting to my blog an interview I did with Rita! She is truly a sweet, sweet woman and I think you will enjoy what she has to say! So be sure and stop by my blog tomorrow for the intereview!!!
I received the Who Loves You Baby from: Vicki @ Readin’ At The Beach Here are the rules: * If you have a blog, post it on your blog with a link back to the site who gave it to you. * If you don’t have a blog but have a website, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter or other type account, post there with a link back. * Pass this on to 3-10 loyal fans. * Leave them a comment on their site, email, etc. to let them know. I’m passing this award on to: Karen @ Bookin’ With Bingo Emily @ Daughter’s of the King Lynn @ Books to Read Shelly @ The Attic Girland Janet @ Place for My Friends
And the winner of Miracle #3: A Little Help From My Friends is……………………………. BINGO!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!! The winner has been notified via email and will have until 12pm EST on Monday October 12th to send me their information….thank you to all those who entered and keep an eye out for future giveaways!!!
Most all of us know Karen Kingsbury as being the queen of christian fiction. I certainly have to agree that she is definitely the queen of christian fiction! But what about before she become a christian writer? She was a journalist for a Los Angelas newspaper. While she was a journalist she wrote four articles on four different murder cases. Those articles and cases were turned into books, one of them being Missy’s Murder. As I’ve said, Missy’s Murder is based on an actual murder cases. A young beautiful girl, popular in school with and a loving mother, brothers and boyfriend, befriends a not so popluar shy new girl. This girl quickly becomes like family to Missy and her mom and brothers. Missy had everything the girl wanted:a loving mother,brothers,a boyfriend, popularity and beauty. Missy was even there with her friend when she got pregnant and had a baby and treated the baby like her own niece. Things seem so perfect….or are they? Some things start to happen and they just don’t seem quite right. And then Missy dissappears. Everyone seems to have an alibi….or do they? Is Missy really missing like the police think? Or is she dead like… Read more »