Roommaid Book Review from @kleffnotes

Sariah Wilson brings readers a new story of happily ever afters and sweet romance in her upcoming book Roommaid. The bestselling romance author has already had a number of well loved series End of the Line, Ugly Stepsisters, and Royals of Monterra, and this story brings you a lighthearted romance that is perfect for a year that has been a bit difficult for most people. Coming out in October of this year, romance fans will want to check out Roommaid when it drops. Continue reading “Roommaid Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Winter of the Wolf Book Review from @kleffnotes

Winter of the Wolf is Martha Hunt Handler’s debut novel that draws from her early love of wolves, while also examining the difficult topics of loss and grief. The main focus of the story is young Bean, who is an empathic and spiritually enlightened fifteen-year-old. When her brother Sam dies she feels pulled to uncover the mystery behind what happened. Continue reading “Winter of the Wolf Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Songs of Thalassa Book Review from @kleffnotes

Set in the future where competitive sports are hosted outside of Earth and on distant planets, Songs of Thalassa is story of overcoming your past. Written by marine biologist and surfer Brian N. Tissot the story draws from a rich collection of resources, all of which are included in a glossary for readers, that bring this futuristic story to life. If you loved books like The Island of the Blue Dolphins or Contact, this is something you will really enjoy. Continue reading “Songs of Thalassa Book Review from @kleffnotes”

The Bomb Squad Book Review from @kleffnotes

The Bomb Squad is the latest book by author Neil Perry Gordon and follows two WWI patriots. At the stroke of midnight a devastating explosion at Black Tom Island begins the story in this historical fiction novel. When this armaments depot is targeted the entire city of New York wakes up and two men are pulled into the examination of just what happened. Continue reading “The Bomb Squad Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Fire and Vengeance Book Review from @kleffnotes

The second book in the Koa Kane Hawaiian Mystery series will be out in July and I have a special early review for you. What I love about this series is the darkness that lurks in the beauty of Hawaii, which is a great dissonance. In this second book our lead character faces a mystery that involves a place that should be safe, a local school. Continue reading “Fire and Vengeance Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Until Summer Comes Around Book Review from @kleffnotes

Set in the summer of 1986, Until Summer Comes Around is a frightening tale of when summer romance takes a dark turn. Glenn Rolfe crafts a story that takes the traditional summer fling and adds in the undead and a terrible secret, pulling the story away from the typical romance genre. If you are looking for something original and frightening this is a book that you should check out. Continue reading “Until Summer Comes Around Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Tomb of the Gods Book Review from @kleffnotes

In his first novel for Flame Tree Press Brian Moreland creates a blended story of mystery, action, suspense, and horror in Tomb of the Gods. This archaeological work begins with an expedition of British archaeologists in 1935 who mysteriously vanished. When one year later a man from the expedition reappeared having gone insane and covered with strange scars no one knew what had truly happened. The granddaughter of the leader of this expedition wants to find out what happened,┬áno matter the risk. Continue reading “Tomb of the Gods Book Review from @kleffnotes”

The City Among the Stars Book Review from @kleffnotes

The City Among the Stars will be appearing for the first time in English this May. This Golden Age Science Fiction classic tells a story that sci-fi fans will feel comfortable comparing to the likes of Arthur C. Clark, Asimov, and Heinlein. Set outside of our earthly world and established within a far away city that no human has ever heard of. This story will transport you and will fill sci-fi lovers with nostalgia. Continue reading “The City Among the Stars Book Review from @kleffnotes”

Craven Manor Book Review from @kleffnotes

Sometimes a new opportunity can change your life, but that doesn’t always mean that change will be for the better. When Daniel finds himself invited to become the new groundskeeper at a mysterious manor in a very strange way his new start is anything, but what he expected. Craven Manor is a tale of being careful what you wish for when you think you want something new. Continue reading “Craven Manor Book Review from @kleffnotes”

The Haunting of Blackwood House Book Review from @kleffnotes

Mara was raised by spiritualists and this background meant that her life has always been filled with spirits and a little bit of spookiness. She is now finally ready to start her life away from the supernatural with her fiance Neil, but her past is not ready to let go of her. The Haunting of Blackwood House shows Mara’s strong ties to the other side and how much that world doesn’t want to let her go. Continue reading “The Haunting of Blackwood House Book Review from @kleffnotes”