#BookReview: The Pages in Between – A story of love, life & cocktails by Renay Jordan

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Renay Jordan, the author, has explored the life beyond the boundaries of rights and wrongs in The Pages in Between – A story of love, life & cocktails. Lilah and Isabel are best friends. Lilah is a thirty-seven-year-old woman and has four kids: Ben, Michael, Veronica, and Maria. On the surface, her life seems perfect. Her husband loves her dearly, and she has a loving mother, who is just a call away to help her. However, Isabel knows the real story of her life. Lilah is depressed and is going through periods of highs … Continue reading #BookReview: The Pages in Between – A story of love, life & cocktails by Renay Jordan

#Book Review: Demon Ember (Resurrection Chronicles Book One) by M.J. Haag, Becca Vincenza

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. In Demon Ember, the first book in Resurrection Chronicles Series, the authors — M.J. Haag, Becca Vincenza — put forth their version of a world dealing with near apocalypse situation. Mya and her roommate (Kristin) are having a typical college day when the news of tremors in Germany becomes the major highlight. Before anybody could understand the severity of the situation, same tremors begin causing terror in the US as well. Their trepidation is increased by sudden appearances of people with severed bodies and weird gait. The problems quickly turned into a chaos where … Continue reading #Book Review: Demon Ember (Resurrection Chronicles Book One) by M.J. Haag, Becca Vincenza

#BookReview: Little Maryam by Hamid Baig

The love story that Hamid Baig has penned down and titled Little Maryam is truly a romance: A romance that knows no bounds, yet, ironically, is bounded by all sorts of social chains. Saadiq knew that his heart belonged to Maryam from the moment he set his eyes on her. He knew that she would become the air that would fill his lungs. His feelings are so strong for her that he reminded me of a dialogue that Stephenie Meyer used in her book Eclipse to express the meaning of an imprint, It’s not like love at first sight, really. … Continue reading #BookReview: Little Maryam by Hamid Baig

#BookReview: Beyond Possession – The Afterlife Series Book 4 by Deb McEwan

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Beyond Possession is the fourth book in Deb McEwan’s The Afterlife Series. There are angels and evil souls. While angels are trying to maintain peace in the world and keep the evil spirits away from the good souls, the devil’s minions are trying everything in their capacity to turn up the chaos. Amidst this battle between the good and the bad, there is a fight for authority amongst angels. One of many chores of angels is to ensure a smooth birth of a soul into the world; however, when one of such soul birthing … Continue reading #BookReview: Beyond Possession – The Afterlife Series Book 4 by Deb McEwan

#BookReview: Going to Wings – A Memoir by Sandra Worsham

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Going to Wings – A Memoir by Sandra Worsham is a mirror to those parts of the society that are whispered about but never challenged. The religion that forces you to follow a “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy about sensitive issues is one of those parts. Sandra became aware of our sexuality when she was in her twenties and, unfortunately, after being married to a man, Harvill. She discovered her inclination towards women but could not gather enough courage to share this knowledge with her friends and family. The fear of being thrown out … Continue reading #BookReview: Going to Wings – A Memoir by Sandra Worsham

#BookReview: A Burning in the Darkness by A P McGrath

If you ever wondered if the least risky job in this whole planet is of a priest, A Burning in the Darkness by A P McGrath would force you to reconsider. Father Michael Kieh, who is a priest in an Airport Church, could never have imagined that taking a confession would put him and his loved ones in the center of a cruel conspiracy. His day started with helping a seven-year-old boy find his missing parents at the airport and ended with Michael being found at a crime scene next to an almost dead body of a woman, Joan. The … Continue reading #BookReview: A Burning in the Darkness by A P McGrath

#BookReview: Cold Case No. 99-5219 – A Samantha Church Mystery Series Book 4 by Betta Ferrendelli

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite Cold Case No. 99-5219 is the Fourth book in A Samantha Church Mystery Series by Betta Ferrendelli. I assume that the protagonist, Samantha Chuch, lost her dear sister, Robin, in one of the previous series. When she visited her sister’s grave, Sam’s daughter, April, found another grave with a very peculiar headstone. The inscription on the headstone did not say anything about the real name of the child who was buried; instead, it called her “Baby Hope” and had an appeal to the general public to call the given number if they knew anything … Continue reading #BookReview: Cold Case No. 99-5219 – A Samantha Church Mystery Series Book 4 by Betta Ferrendelli