The Other Side by Trice Hickman

The Other Side is dramatic fiction by Trice Hickman. The story features three women from three different decades who share a birthday. Bernadette Gibson and Tess Sinclair are cousins. Arizona Mays works at the same hospital as Bernadette, so the women share connections beyond the shared birthday. The story is told through the alternating viewpoints … Continue reading The Other Side by Trice Hickman

Right Beside You by Mary Monroe

Right Beside You is an engaging, heartfelt work of fiction by bestselling author, Mary Monroe. The story is told through the alternating viewpoints of the central characters. Alternating viewpoints can be tricky and confusing, but Ms. Monroe handles them easily with appropriate chapter headers. Felicia Hawkins and Richard Grimes work at the same company but … Continue reading Right Beside You by Mary Monroe

Tempted at Midnight by Cheris Hodges

If drama is your thing, then you need to read Tempted at Midnight by Cheris Hodges. This is a romance novel by an author that’s new to me, but Ms. Hodges has made a good first impression. It all started with a kiss. Sylvie Gates sees sexy Erik Jordan at her best friend’s New Year’s … Continue reading Tempted at Midnight by Cheris Hodges

The Five Shilling Children by Lindsey Hutchinson

The Five Shilling Children by Lindsey Hutchinson is a nice work of historical fiction. Nine-year-old Polly Fitch and her ten-year-old brother, Adam, are sold for five shillings each to an orphanage by their abusive father, Gerald. They’re distraught, but they have each other, three filling meals a day, their own beds and a brand new … Continue reading The Five Shilling Children by Lindsey Hutchinson