Monthly Archives: June 2014

Tornado Giveaway – 200 books, 23 prizes up for grabs!

Welcome to The Book Club’s very first Giveaway Tornado Giveaway We’re extremely excited about it. You will be too…when you hear the details. Get ready to be blown away by Tornado Giveaway!  A tornado of books is coming your way. We love our Authors. They give us hours of entertainment; they fill our lives with love and passion. Today, we want […]

Book Review – A Reckless Soul by Elizabeth Cole

Amazon   /   iTunes   /   Kobo   Blurb: A seductive agent, a disillusioned lord, and a web of deceit only they can untangle…Sophie Bertrand is skilled in acting, espionage, and the subtle art of seduction. An independent spirit, she fought her way from rough streets to the top secret circle of spies known as the Zodiac. […]

Book Review – Savage Summer by Ruth Bainbridge

“When life gives you lemons … be sure to spit the pits out of that lemonade you’re making. Otherwise you’ll choke.” – Curt Savage The past year has not been a good one for Curt Savage. Depressed over the death of a loved one, he’s gone into hiding, becoming entirely too comfortable with saying that […]

Book Review – The Madras Mangler by Usha Narayanan

The Madras Mangler by Usha Narayanan   The REVIEW:  Usha Narayanan has done a great job with The Madras Mangler. The title itself is so clever that it was enough for me to take up the book which the author lovingly provided in exchange of an honest review. It is a fast paced thriller with […]

Book Review – Come Home Again by Nana Malone

About the Book: Anything can be fixed with a little Duct Tape and sass… At least that’s what celebrity fixer, Delilah Donovan, used to think. She prides herself on being able to handle anything. But when she’s asked to fix the new CEO of Synth Games, she never dreams she’ll come face to face with […]

New Book – India Was One by An Indian

India Was One by AnIndian The Blurb   …Suddenly, he saw something shiny at the bottom of the abyss. He squinted his eyes to see what it was. He ran back to his binoculars and turned them to see what it was. Sharp barbed wires that separated the two mountains came into focus. He had […]

Book Review : Winter’s Embrace by Kathleen Ball

Blurb:   Ten years ago Winter’s heart was broken beyond repair by Stone McCoy. Now she is a travel agent ready to lead an Alaskan Cruise and to her surprise Stone McCoy is on her tour.  A long ago phone call shattered her trust and her self-confidence. She never planned to see Stone again. While at […]