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Comment by Rosanna Leo on September 5, 2015 at 1:42pm

Vice by Rosanna Leo reviewed at Library Journal.

Reviewer Lisa Jordan had this to say: "The heat between these protagonists spikes instantly....Two damaged people come together at first owing to an immense attraction and stay together as attraction and desire blend into something more." 


Vice releases Sept. 22 at Samhain Publishing but is now available for preorder (print/ebook) at various outlets, including

See the full Library Journal review here:


He's much more than a bad habit.

As a Vegas singer and volunteer counselor, Kate Callender has experienced life on both sides of Sin City's bright lights. The thrill of performing, and gambling's devastating effect on the addicts' families. Liam Doyle is just the kind of man she despises-a handsome, enigmatic businessman with a knack for seducing customers into his casino hotels. Determined to put a lid on his growing influence, she prepares to picket the opening of his newest casino, Vice.

When Liam spots the lone protestor hassling his customers, annoyance wars with instant attraction. And he quickly discovers the leggy redhead not only can't be bought, she tempts him the way the sound of a roulette wheel lures a gambler.

They are natural enemies, but when a vile attack sparks Liam's protective instincts, they begin a sexual odyssey that dances on the edge of addiction. Dangerously close to losing control...and losing themselves.

Warning: Contains a sexy, damaged hero who'd really rather just be having sex, and a no-nonsense redhead who makes him want to roll the dice on love just one more time.

Comment by Richard Humphreys on September 4, 2015 at 10:10am

Comment by Justin Bienvenue on August 27, 2015 at 2:38pm

I am having a Book Launch Event next month on Facebook for the release of my upcoming novel, Opium Warfare. There will be plenty going on such as snippets of the book, games, contests, giveaways and other authors will be giving away copies of their books as well. It's sure to be a lot of fun day and I hope you will come and enjoy the festivities so if your interested in attending please check it out and invite others!

Opium Warfare Book Launch

Comment by W.A.Rusho on August 27, 2015 at 1:17pm

Legend of the Mystic Knights ON SALE FOR ONLY $0.99

Get the novel that has been described as Harry Potter meets Game of Thrones before the price goes up.

Comment by Fuentes on August 27, 2015 at 10:43am

Wicked Cravings by Suzanne Wright

Really like the author imagination and way of attracting the reader to care for her personages.
A cool moment to spend with funny crazy touching lethal people.
Cool entertaining read.


Comment by Justin Bienvenue on August 21, 2015 at 3:56pm

Hey Everyone,
I just recently finished my upcoming 4th novel, Opium Warfare. It is a Crime/Psychological Thriller and it will be released late next month. Before it’s release I would like to get some reviews for it, at least 10. Also, if you enjoy the book I may ask for some kind words or words from your review to use as a testimonial that will be featured in the book trailer and website, pending your approval of course.
If your interested in reading and reviewing the book before it’s released to the public please let me know and I will gladly send you a copy.

Also on my website you can find out more about the book such as a Summary and Introduction, read Chapter 1 for free and also check out the Pinterest Board for the book as well as take a character quiz to find out which character in the book your most like.

Comment by Richard Humphreys on August 21, 2015 at 6:54am

Latest Book Review: Andrew Gross- The Dark Tide

Comment by Fuentes on August 21, 2015 at 6:43am

Feral Sins by Suzanne Wright

I've liked and was hooked by the romantic and pack plots as well as the backgrounds stories.
Funny read with a sassy female character.

Comment by dichira a dane on August 19, 2015 at 2:39pm


The Girl on the Train has more fun with unreliable narration than any chiller since Gone Girl. . . . [It] is liable to draw a large, bedazzled readership.”—The New York Times 

Comment by Alan Joshua on August 17, 2015 at 12:17pm


5 stars The SHIVA Syndrome by Alan Joshua - a paranormal techno thriller wh...

By Marvin Smith on August 12, 2015

The SHIVA Syndrome by Alan Joshua is a treat for the fans of the techno thriller as well as fans of the paranormal. My first awareness of the existence of isolation tanks was in the late 70’s or early 80’s when I saw the film “Altered States” starring William Hurt. Hurt played an academic who was experimenting with using an isolation tank. I don’t remember what his ultimate goal was but I don’t think he achieved it since he experienced a kind of reverse evolution in which he devolved into an apelike revenant creature.

However, that result was relatively benign compared with the SHIVA Project in Joshua’s first novel of the SHIVA trilogy. SHIVA is a government sponsored project using an isolation tank. But the subject to be immersed in the tank is required to be a person of paranormal psychic and psychokinetic abilities. Apparently the tank and the sensory deprivation are supposed to magnify the paranormal abilities of the subject and using certain chemicals and virtual reality tools enable the subject to manipulate matter using the mind.
The novel opens with the Russians doing the experiment with the tank and their psychic subject. But due to the subject’s mental and emotional instability the experiment backfires, and he causes an explosion make that an implosion which is worse than a plutonium bomb. It creates a black hole which draws in and decimates the entire city of Podol’sk and all of its inhabitants leaving a massive crater where the city once stood.
After this catastrophe the US forms a team to investigate and carry on the work which becomes a project called Synchronous Hemispheric and Intrapulmonary Virtual Augmentation or SHIVA which is an acronym which spells the name of the Hindu god of destruction and creation who is shown usually as a blend of man and woman.
The US team comprises the main cast of characters. Beau Walker is the hero and protagonist of the piece. He is described as being the progeny of a Mohawk native American father and an African-American mother. He is an alpha male who is also an empath who can read people simply by touching them and he also has psychokinetic abilities and the ability to heal.
The novel is a complex and multi-layered work based on science, the paranormal, religion including native American shamanism, Roman Catholicism, and Santeria.
If you like the novels of Lincoln Child, you will love this one. Child writes about the hubris of the scientific community when they try to ignore the laws of nature to achieve some grandiose goal. This novel is similarly themed. But there is triumph in the form of divine intervention in the end.
Read this novel. You will love it.


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