Author Archives: Lauren Jones

Review: Wings of Arian by Devri Walls

 ABOUT THE BOOK: Kiora thought she had never heard a lie until she was sixteen. But she was wrong. Her entire existence was based on nothing but. She thought that evil did not exist. Lie. That magic was not real. Lie. And that the land of Meros was all there was. One more lie. With Aleric telling her that evil… Read more »

Review: Lighter by Gia Riley

ABOUT THE BOOK: What do you do when you can’t save the one you love? Sophie can’t survive without control. Growing up with an alcoholic father, she craves the discipline of gymnastics. Feeling lost on a brand new college campus, she lets loose for the first time in her life. But with freedom comes consequences. Is one night everything she… Read more »

Review: To Dance With Ugly People by Lorene Stunson Hill

ABOUT THE BOOK: To Dance with Ugly People is a No.1 Best Seller in the African/American Women’s Fiction list. “This novel is a book in which I was able to express a new divine awareness. I realized I had experienced a lot in life that had left me strewn and unsettled; the book brought about the resurgence of a strong… Read more »

Review: Capricious by Jade Eby

ABOUT THE BOOK: Lacey Caldez is in a bind. Her bills aren’t paid, her mother is broken, and they’re about to lose their house. Realizing she’s low on options, she buries her pride and approaches the last person she ever wanted to owe a favor to. Robbie Reynolds is brutal, demanding, and one hell of a mobster. He’s also her… Read more »

Review: After the Pain by Gia Riley

ABOUT THE BOOK: Does everything really happen for a reason? Hallie Dawson is battling with a broken heart yet determined to give love a second chance. Once again, time isn’t in her favor. Her moments After the Pain are filled with promises of a better future and personal secrets. With mysterious notes continuously haunting her and a secret friendship with… Read more »

Review: The Nanny With the Skull Tattoos by Elizabeth Barone

ABOUT THE BOOK: Single dad Max isn’t looking for love—he only needs someone to help take care of his two-year-old daughter, Chloe. Or so he thinks. After being kicked out of his parents’ house, he’s determined to make it on his own. But juggling a full-time job, an undergrad program, and childcare is pretty much impossible. When his best friend… Read more »

Review: Between the Pain by Gia Riley

ABOUT THE BOOK: Graduating from nursing school and finding herself thrown into the real world, twenty-two year old Hallie Dawson is determined to prove herself on the job. A chance encounter on the first day has charming Ryan Andrews showing up everywhere she goes. With only a string of random hook-ups and one failed relationship in her past, Hallie isn’t… Read more »

Review: All the Pretty Bones by Camela Thompson

ABOUT THE BOOK: After ten years of living in the shadow of her stalker, a diagnosis of terminal cancer pushes Olivia Kardos to take matters into her own hands. Her final days will not be spent isolated from the world nor hiding like a hunted animal. It’s time for Mark Porter to die. Going against a trained killer alone would… Read more »

Review: Guarding Christmas by Jenny Schwartz

ABOUT THE BOOK: Four years ago, Gray rejected Yvie’s love before she had a chance to offer it. He thought she was too young and he knew he was too reckless for the relationship to work. Now he’s back and he has a plan to woo and win his Christmas angel. But Yvie has plans of her own—and risking her… Read more »

Review: Wings Over Poppies by J.A. Derouen

ABOUT THE BOOK: Perfection. One word. Three syllables. Every reason why I’ll never have the one thing I truly want. I stand dutifully on the pedestal he’s built, waiting for the day he truly sees me. Then one amazing night, he lets down his walls, only to leave me the next day. Years have passed, and I’ve tried to move… Read more »