Gill Paul Serves Up A Slice of Alternate History in ‘The Lost Daughter’ [REVIEW]

Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna Romanova

What ever became of Tsar Nicholas II’s daughter, Grand Duchess Maria Romanova? (Photo  Public Domain)

A deathbed confession. A shocking secret. One of the world’s greatest mysteries. When a woman starts digging into her father’s past, his hidden history leads to startling revelations in Gill Paul’s hypnotic new novel, The Lost Daughter.  Read more of this post

Find Danger and Mystery in Luxurious ‘Cocoa Beach’ [REVIEW]

Cocoa Beach

Along the Florida coast, a young widow learns to stand firm in the face of adversity in Beatriz Williams’ Cocoa Beach. (Photo courtesy Justin Henry, Flickr)

When a young mother suddenly becomes a widow, she is left as the sole beneficiary of her husband’s Florida estate. As she learns to navigate a corporation she knows nothing about, she must also raise her daughter and deal with greedy relatives in a tropical boomtown she’s never visited in Beatriz Williams’ gripping novel, Cocoa Beach.  Read more of this post

Readers Will Never Forget Their ‘Last Christmas in Paris’ [REVIEW]

Gifts

Before his life is over, he must go back to where it began in Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb’s Last Christmas in Paris. (Photo by justkids, Flickr)

The Great War changed the global landscape forever. Never before had the entire planet been engulfed in war, and yet at the time, no one had any idea just how long the conflict would last. Communities were flattened, families torn apart, and friends separated. Yet, despite it all, romance still managed to thrive and blossom amidst the ashes. Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb’s new novel, Last Christmas in Paris, recounts one such story.  Read more of this post