Literature & Fiction

February 19, 2019

One Night with you

"One Night with you" by I.M. Hicks

| Website | Elliott Preston has his life entirely in order, seeing as he's the CFO to a highly successful architectural firm, and engaged to be married. But after meeting a vivacious dancer by happenstance and offering to drive her home one night, his entire existence suddenly feels less adequate. Fourteen years his junior, Valentina Harris takes him on a whirlwind of events that instantly captures his heart. Elliott drops his fiancé in favor of Valentina as the oddly matched pair begin their lustful and passionate romance. But it doesn't take long before their love is questioned when Elliott meets her parents. Her mother will stop at nothing to destroy what she views as a repulsive relationship between her innocent daughter and an older predator. And if that wasn’t enough, Valentina has her secrets discovered by Elliott, which ultimately tests their commitment to one another like nothing else they’ve experienced before. That is until they move in together and Valentina begins comprising herself for Elliott while suspecting that he’s harbouring dark secrets from her. Secrets that if are uncovered to be true, have the potential of destroying their relationship for good. Readers will fall in love all over again with the incredible Player Series created by I.M. Hicks. Readers will have no shortage of drama, scandal, romance and steaminess in the 6th full-length installment, One Night with you.


February 14, 2019

Virtue and Vengeance

"Virtue and Vengeance: Empire of Cinders" by M.A. Liguori

| Website | Facebook | Twitter | The capital city of the Anirian Empire simmers with unrest. The emperor stands as the last scion of the imperial dynasty, but at sixteen, the boy is powerless against an oppressive regent who seeks to tighten his hold on the throne. As sides are drawn and conspiracies are set into motion, six individuals emerge to carve a foothold for their own ambitions . . .  A self-exiled warrior fueled by vengeance. A lowborn courtesan driven to rule. A once powerful general turned reclusive cripple. A gifted strategist intent on treachery. An idle hero and his honor-bound brother... Dive into the epic Empire of Cinders today!


February 11, 2019

Breaking Freedom

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"Breaking Freedom" by R.L. George

Breaking Freedom tells the story of a computer programmer who is arrested and sent to a privately owned prison that is run for profit. Max Carter finds that the prison is nothing he expected... it is run more like a business than a correctional facility. Another startling realization is that the prison's stratospherically wealthy owner has grandiose ideas for creating a fully controlled society, and that idealistic but unrealistic dream is based on a continual increase of laws. Book reviews: Breaking Freedom is fantasy mixed with mystery, an engaging tale of corruption and good men fighting against seemingly insurmountable odds. The characters are realistic, and the theme of skewed morals at the highest levels is unnerving. – Pinkie Paranya, Award Winning author of Women of the Northland Trilogy This is an unsettling reminder that extreme wealth, power, and righteousness are a dangerous blend, and that laws don't always flow in every direction. – Laurie Stapleton, PhD R. L. George is a philosopher/author. She is a veteran of the U.S. Navy, and has worked in corporate business and in the semiconductor industry, as well as in construction and rare book sales. She has also worked as a musician, a farmer, an auctioneer, an educator, and national book reviewer/contest judge. She has lived in a number of U.S. states, Canada, and Mexico. Her education includes a B.S in Interdisciplinary Studies, an M.A. in Humanities, and an M.A. in Philosophy. She is currently a PhD candidate in Psychology. It has always been George's belief that general education includes equal amounts of life experience and scholarly pursuits. 


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February 2, 2019


"Treed" by Virginia Arthur

A consequence of getting older is current experiences inevitably get threaded to memories as Maybelline Emmons learns when she embarks on what she thinks will be a simple road trip to find a tree. She experiences something so confounding, painful, transformational--none of which she signed on for; her evenings drinking Pinot, watching her hummingbirds...this was always enough.  This passionate yet comic story revolves around efforts to save an old-growth tree but things go off the rails in a compelling, edge-of-your-seat way. Per Virginia Arthur's two previous novels, Treed will curl the tendrils of your heart and blow your leaves off.


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