The Gunslinger’s Guide to Avoiding Matrimony by Michelle McLean

The Gunslinger’s Guide to Avoiding Matrimony by Michelle McLean is book two in her Gunslinger standalone book series. Notorious gunslinger, Adam Brady, has rules, but the first and most important is: avoid matrimony at all costs. Unfortunately, the town he’s fled to has rules, too: 30 days to find a job or get married. Will … Continue reading The Gunslinger’s Guide to Avoiding Matrimony by Michelle McLean

30 Days of Me by La Ammitai

30 Days of Me: A Kick Start to Your Inner Healing Journey is a self-development book by master numerologist, La Ammitai. First, my overall impression is this work is at times, “Truly Transformative”. It evokes in the reader an ever-present self-awareness. Every preteen and teenage girl, every woman, and anyone who identifies with their feminine … Continue reading 30 Days of Me by La Ammitai

Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson

Black Cake is Charmaine Wilkerson’s debut novel. Ms. Wilkerson starts off winning right out of the gate. Benedetta ‘Benny’ Bennett and her brother Byron aren’t on the best of terms but must deal with their mother’s death together. Will they be destroyed or delighted by the history that confronts them? Black Cake is a definite … Continue reading Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson

Her Pleasure by Niobia Bryant

Her Pleasure is book six in the multicultural fiction Mistress series by Niobia Bryant. I haven’t read the other books in the series, but this one reads well as a standalone. Jaime Pine knows what it feels like to be betrayed. She never thought that the shoe would be on the other foot. If Niobia … Continue reading Her Pleasure by Niobia Bryant

Playing With Fire by Kiki Swinson

Playing With Fire is an outstanding multicultural thriller from bestselling author, Kiki Swinson. This is a prequel to her Notorious duology, which I haven’t read…yet. Yoshi Lomax is a college student at a prestigious southern university. She’s in over her head in more ways than one. Can she regain control of her life before she’s … Continue reading Playing With Fire by Kiki Swinson

Playing Their Games by Kiki Swinson

Playing Their Games is another outstanding multicultural fiction tale from bestselling author, Kiki Swinson. This is the second prequel to her Notorious duology, which I haven’t read…yet. I did read the first prequel, and it was awesome! After reading prequel one, Playing With Fire I immediately picked up this one Yoshi Lomax has finished her … Continue reading Playing Their Games by Kiki Swinson

The Beach House by Rochelle Alers

The Beach House by Rochelle Alers is book two in her The Book Club series. This is Leah’s story. Kayana’s story is told in The Seaside Café, and Cherie’s story is told in Along the Shore. The Beach House is well-written with a good premise and plot. However, the plot develops slowly. The characters are … Continue reading The Beach House by Rochelle Alers

Along the Shore by Rochelle Alers

Along the Shore by Rochelle Alers is book three in her The Book Club series. This is Cherie’s story, the last original member of the book club. Kayana’s story is told inThe Seaside Café, and Leah’s story is told in The Beach House. Cherie Renee Thompson is determined to rise above her low-income upbringing and … Continue reading Along the Shore by Rochelle Alers

Fear Thy Neighbor by Fern Michaels

Fear Thy Neighbor is a thrilling read by bestselling author, Fern Michaels. Alison Marshall has always lived a nomadic lifestyle, beginning as a child in the foster care system. When she discovers a cute little cottage for sale just a stone’s throw from the beach, she believes her lifelong dream has finally come true. She … Continue reading Fear Thy Neighbor by Fern Michaels