Category Archives: Fiction Books

The Capture

(Justifiable Cause #3)

By: Adrienne Giordano                               Format:ebook                                            Read: Jan 2016
NYPD Sergeant Gabe Townsend decides to join his attorney partner, Jo Pomeroy, on a vacation on the West Coast. His relaxation goes out the window, as Jo continues to work and put herself in harm’s way. Tasked with keeping counterfeits off the street, Jo feels that is her number one priority, while Gabe wishes for more one-on-one time. Will the two be able to set aside their differences and see they are a perfect match or will their jobs destroy everything they’ve worked for?

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The Evasion

(Justifiable Cause #2)

By: Adrienne Giordanno                              Format: eBook                                                   Read: Jan 2016

 

Jo and Gabe are partners on the anti-counterfeiting task force. Even though they made a major break-through, they let one of the suspects slip away. Determined to catch him and shut down the entire ring, Jo and Gabe travel to the south, where things aren’t run the same way as in New York. Will they be able to catch the leader of the pact or will their trip south come to a horrific end?

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The Chase

(Justifiable Cause #1)

By: Adrienne Giordano.                                   Format: eBook.                                                       Read: Jan 2016.
Jo Pomeroy is determined to get her clients justice, by making sure every knock-off item is off the streets, even if that means dealing with NYPD Sergeant Gabe Townsend. Jo and Gabe have become unlikely partners, in the murderous crime world of counterfeit fashion. Will Gabe be able to keep them safe and put the bad guys behind bars or will Jo get caught in the crossfire?

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Damaged

By Lisa Scottoline

(Rosato & DiNunsio #4)

 

Mary DiNunzio is a successful attorney and a partner at the Rosato & DiNunzio firm. Her schedule has gotten complicated, due to her wedding being a few weeks away. However, when an elderly man named Edward comes in for a free consultation, Mary’s world is turned upside down. Edward’s grandson, Patrick, is being sued by a teacher’s aide for assault. Sadly, it is this shy, dyslexic boy who bares the markings of abuse. As Mary becomes more involved in finding out the truth, she becomes the only chance Patrick has at surviving and leading a healthy life. Is Mary going to lose everything she has, in order to protect Patrick or will the evidence prove Mary wrong?

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Forgotten Book Challenge

Hi Everyone,

It is Friday! Time to dust off the Forgotten Book Challenge and dive deep into the ebook archives! To learn more about this Forgotten Book Challenge, click on the picture. In the meantime, below you will find my review of the first book in a thrilling, new suspense series.

Enjoy!
~Ariesgrl

#forgottenbookchallenge

One Rough Man

By: Brad Taylor

Pike Logan #1

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My Sister’s Books Review #92

Hissy Fit

By: Mary Kay Andrews

Audio CD

Keeley is about to get married, when she walks in on her fiancé and her maid of honor having sex during the rehearsal dinner. Keeley has a major meltdown and storms out! She now has to put together her life, while dealing with the fallout from the scene at the country club. As Keeley’s business booms and she has her hands full, decorating an antebellum plantation house, Keeley must figure out who she is and who she can trust. Plus, add in the fact that she still hasn’t figured out where her mom went twenty-five years ago, Keeley’s schedule is fully booked!

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My Sister’s Books Review #91

Flick

By: Lynn Floyd Wright

Flick #1

 

Flick is a puppy who was hit by a train, when a young boy finds him trapped in the tracks. It is up to the boy to convince the adults that Flick’s life is worth saving.

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My Sister’s Books Review #90

Pawleys Island

By Dorothea Benton Frank

Lowcountry Tales #5

 

Artist Rebecca Simms turns to Pawleys Island as a sanctuary from her tumultuous past. In this quaint town, she finds a cast of characters who are desperate to know her past and help her have a better future. Abigail Thurmond left the drama of the courtroom behind, when she retired to Pawleys Island to begin a new career as an author. However, when she meets Rebecca, Abigail knows she must dive back into her old career, to fight for Rebecca.

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My Sister’s Books Review #89

One Thousand White Women

By: Jim Fergus

 

Set in 1875, May Dodd is among the group of women selected to marry the Cheyenne Indians as part of a program created by Grant to help assimilate Indians into a new way of life. May Dodd strikes the interest of the Chief and becomes one of his wives. May and her friends are soon thrusted into the Cheyenne tribes and find themselves forced to decide between two vastly different cultures.

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My Sister’s Books Review #88

Reconstructing Amelia
By: Kimberly McCreight

 

Kate Baron is a single mother and a successful, busy lawyer. Her work day is interrupted when she receives a call from her daughter’s school, stating that good girl, Amelia was in trouble. By the time she arrives to the school, Amelia is dead and Kate is left wondering what could have triggered these events. As the school brushes everything to the side, Kate digs through the intimate details of her daughter’s life, determined to find out the truth. Did Amelia really commit suicide or was she brutally murdered?

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