Share Marilyn Simon Rothstein’s ‘Lift and Separate’ With Your Girlfriends for LOL Fun [REVIEW]

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When your life turns upside down, sometimes you need a good friend’s humor to pull you through. (Photo by j. cliss, Flickr)

When a wife loses her husband of many years to a woman with a bust size bigger than her IQ, she must learn to navigate life without the spouse she built her very existence around in Marilyn Simon Rothstein’s uproarious novel, Lift and Separate.  Read more of this post

Marie Force’s ‘Fatal Threat’ Is Scandalous and Deadly [REVIEW]

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Don’t miss the next chapter in the New York Times bestselling series from Marie Force!
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In Washington D.C., scandal and murder are always a possibility, especially when you’re the vice president’s wife. And with a killer lurking in the shadows, lockdown is the absolute worst scenario for one of America’s most prominent families in Marie Force’s Fatal Threat.  Read more of this post

Navy SEAL Returns from the Dead in ‘Gone to Dust’ [REVIEW]

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Romance novelist Miller Darling’s brother is in trouble, and she’s determined to save him in Liliana Hart’s Gone to Dust. (Photo by Bing Tan, Flickr)

When one of fiction’s brightest stars receives an unexpected package in the mail, little does she know that it will set her life on a collision course with deception, danger, and romance. But will she be able to survive long enough to enjoy the ride? Find out in the second installment of Liliana Hart’s Gravediggers series, Gone to Dust.  Read more of this post

‘My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward’ Offers Insight Into the Pain of Mental Illness [REVIEW]

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When a man finds out that his wife is mentally ill, will he have the strength to stick by her? Find out in Mark Lukach’s powerful memoir, My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward. (Photo by Lawrence Murray, Flickr)

Nearly all of us are taught the classic stories where boy meets girl. But not every couple gets a “happy ever after.” Sometimes, even the most dazzling romances can get dark and twisty, especially when mental illness rears its ugly head. In his memoir My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward, Mark Lukach recounts the frightening tale of how his beautiful bride became someone he didn’t recognize, and what it took to keep his young family together.  Read more of this post

‘Among the Lesser Gods’ Reminds Us to Listen to Our Elders [REVIEW]

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Sometimes bad decisions take us to unexpected places. (Photo by Gene, Flickr)

Faced with a startling change in circumstances and a questionable future, a young woman takes a chance and accepts an unexpected opportunity that sends her to the Colorado mountains in Margo Catts’ debut novel, Among the Lesser Gods.  Read more of this post