Upcoming Book Reviews

It’s that time again: to announce the next review batch. Here are the books I’ll be reading and reviewing soon.

Trusted CoverTrusted by Taylor L. Stimac:

When fifteen year old Tegan Summers catches the eye of local radio personality Rake Johnson, she finally feels like a normal teenage girl. Everything about their relationship feels perfect, except for the unexplained presence that makes her believe she should stay away.

On the same day she meets Rake, another man makes his way into her life: Officer Damien Sanders. His mysterious and often intense warnings urge Tegan to trust him and to end her relationship with Rake. As she works to uncover Damien’s motive, she begins to realize that he may end up playing a vital role in her future.

Discover what Tegan must do in TRUSTED, the debut novel by author Taylor L. Stimac.

Fallen Redemption by R B Austin:

Cade committed himself to saving lives before he learned the full consequences of his life-Fallen Redemption Coveraltering decision. It wasn’t until he was tending his sick wife that he learned the enormity of what he’d done and he was unable to save her from the monster he had become. Consumed with guilt and praying for absolution, he threw himself into killing every Fallen he could find to save the humans he’d sworn to protect. But then Emma, deliciously mortal and completely forbidden, swept into his world, stirring an overpowering desire. Now he’s not only fighting soulless creatures, but also his inner cravings, trying to maintain his distance and continue on his path to forgiveness. He can’t afford to lose control again and sacrifice another love.

Discretion by David Balzarini:

Discretion coverThe past defines us.  For one man, it’s inescapable.

Fifteen years ago…On a beautiful September afternoon, Colin Wyle was boating with his girlfriend Natalie Merian when she disappeared.  Natalie’s politician father assumed the worst.  A media storm ensued, causing panic in the area and Colin came under suspicion.  Desperate to find her he sought help from a mysterious source, forcing Colin to make the hardest choice of his life: commit a crime or lose her forever.

Now, Colin has a high-profile career and a fiancée.  When a phone call unearths a secret federal investigation, Colin is forced to reckon with the past. And pay for his sins.

The 13th Floor Complete Collection by Christine Rains:

Six supernatural tenants
Living in a haunted apartment buildingBackstairs - 5 - in an apartment building.
On a floor that doesn’t exist.

Six novellas telling their tales.

A retired demon acquires a price on his head.
A werewolf is hunted by her pack.
A modern day dragonslayer misses his target.
A harpy challenges Zeus for the soul of the man she loves.
A vampire is obsessed with a young woman he can’t find.
A banshee falls in love with someone whose death she has seen in a vision.
And a sweet ghost must battle a primal monster to save them all.

All the stories take place at the same time intertwining their lives together on the 13th Floor.
Tighter, Tighter by Lynn Kear:

Tighter, Tighter CoverEighteen-year-old Kath Branch disappeared from St. James, Illinois in 1975. That same night, local sandwich shop owner Billy Carlson was gunned down and dumped in the St. James River.

This cold case is personal for prosecutor Meredith Carlson. Billy was her husband’s father.

Convinced she’s solved the case, Meredith lures the now legendary rock star back to her hometown for the first time since she left thirty-five years ago.

Meredith has no idea she’s about to unearth shocking secrets about herself, her husband, and her family.

I’m excited to read all of these books and I’ll report back soon. Have a great weekend!

 

 

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About TBM

TB Markinson is an American living in England. When she isn’t writing, she’s traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
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10 Responses to Upcoming Book Reviews

  1. Wow, you have lots of reading to do – how wonderful :). Looks like a great variety!

  2. Sherri says:

    You will be very busy! Some great stories here, looking forward to the reviews. Also, I have been in touch with Christine who has given me great encouragement for my memoir (which I’m writing, honestly!) so many thanks TB for sending me her way, I really appreciate your help.

    • TBM says:

      That’s great news on all fronts. Christine is wonderful and I think you are neat, so I’m you two are friends now. And so happy to hear that you are writing. I can’t wait to review your memoir!

  3. So much subterfuge, mystery and intrigue on your reading list. Plus vampires. Where would the modern world be without those pop culture time-fillers on the page, tube, screen and in the cash register? As a semi-illiterate, I limit my reading to grocery lists, sub-titles and The New Yorker, but free is my second favorite four letter f-word. I’m a New Yorker. Shirley, you know what’s my first favorite.

    • TBM says:

      I have a pretty good idea. I think it would help if I made grocery lists. it would save me time wandering up and down each aisle coming up with “dinner” ideas.

  4. Lots of good books coming up for your review… can’t wait to find out what you thought of them.

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