#MondayBlogs: My Favorite Fiction Reads of 2015

I read a total of 110 books throughout 2015 – 34 nonfiction and 66 fiction. Today I’m sharing my top 12 fiction reads. These are in no particular order. Sorting my top 12 was challenging enough. Listing them in order of preference is an impossible task, given the uniqueness of genre and the differing preferences of my fickle moods. Best Fiction Reads of 2015 This is dark, twisted, psychological suspense at its finest. Richard Thomas Read More …

Review: Pestilence Rising by Lea Ryan (Paranormal Suspense)

Hunter has no idea what’s coming his way. Destiny is about to break down his door, drag him into the night, and plant him at the center of a war between a cult and his employer, a shady agency bent on controlling people with special abilities, people like Hunter himself. The only one who seems to be on his side is a girl claiming to be a guardian angel. To survive, he’ll have to become Read More …

Recommended Series: Dovetail Cove Novels by Jason McIntyre

Dovetail Cove is a place like any other – until you look beneath the surface… The beginning of the DOVETAIL COVE series! She only wanted to leave. But he took that option from her. Now she wants it back. Set on the same island as the reader favorite Shed, the latest literary suspense novella from bestselling author Jason McIntyre picks up the Dovetail Cove saga with this story of one lonely woman…trapped. Tina McLeod is Read More …

Review: Creatus Rogue by Carmen DeSousa (Paranormal Romantic Suspense)

Ancient myths, superheroes, vampires… Forget everything you’ve heard. For four thousand years, creatus have concealed themselves from the humans who almost hunted them to extinction. Now, one rogue wants the world to know they exist. Victoria doesn’t want any of it; she just wants to live in peace without men–humans or creatus–messing with her head. When the rogue decides he wants her to join him, though, only one person is close enough to help her. Read More …