Ellie, Everlasting by Isabel Scheck

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. If knowing that Ellie, Everlasting by Isabel Scheck showcases Neverland as a real place, you have an image of an all fun and happy book, then you are very badly mistaken. Ellie, Everlasting goes too dark too soon. Yes, the plot revolves around Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, and other fairies,…

The Emperor’s Daughters – Jordinia: Book 5 by C.K. Brooke #BookReview

This book was reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite.  The Emperor’s Daughters – Jordinia: Book 5 by C.K. Brooke is the story about two duchesses: Raphaela and Benedicta. Both the duchesses have a different outlook towards marriage. While Benedicta is quite optimistic about the idea and has several suitors eager to marry her; Raphaela wants…

The Viking Throne – The Cursed Seas Collection by JB Michaels #BookReview

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. The Viking Throne – The Cursed Seas Collection by JB Michaels begins with James Henihan losing his wife (Imogen), daughter(Maggie), and himself to kidnappers. Given his background of being a Siren Guard, he could have protected his family if he weren’t too drunk. Before moving ahead with the plot, it…

The Consigliere – A Mafia Lawyer’s Quest To Choose Love Over Revenge by Donna Masotto #BookReview

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Readers’ Favorite Book Award Contest – Enter Today! The Consigliere – A Mafia Lawyer’s Quest To Choose Love Over Revenge by Donna Masotto is the story that would enforce its readers to sit down and really put their lives under the microscope. The protagonist, Declan, witnessed a violent death…

Shackled – A Journey From Political Imprisonment To Freedom by Adam Siddiq #BookReview

Reviewed by me for Reader’s Favorite. Shackled – A Journey From Political Imprisonment To Freedom by Adam Siddiq is his grandfather’s real-life narration of a very dark time in Afghanistan. The sufferings that his grandfather, Mr. Khalid Siddiq, endured are beyond my imagination. I was appalled, moved, inspired, and transformed after reading Mr. Khalid Siddiq’s…