Tag Archives: romance

October 09

Book review: True Grandeur, by Cal. R. Barnes

True Grandeur, by Cal. R. Barnes, is a sort of film noir style romance and melodrama, reminiscent in its style and detail, of The Great Gatsby – depicting  the travesty of the rich, the wanna-be-famous, and the starlets who hold onto the coattails of men and use their glamor, their sex appeal, and their thirst […]

July 03

Book review: Lara’s Story, by Diane Merrill Wigginton

  Lara’s Story by Diane Merrill Wigginton        5 Stars An enchanting story that begins in Ireland in 1846. It is inspiring, emotional, and full of love and determination about what it takes to overcome hardship and be the best you can be no matter what life throws at you. It is well-written […]

April 06

Book review: The Writer’s Block (The Short Story Collection Series) by Michael Priv

The Writer’s Block (The Short Story Collection Series) by Michael Priv, is a fun-filled satire on the not uncommon roadblock that writers encounter – the devil itself, “writer’s block”. Priv, in this brief story, brilliantly pokes at the problematic issue of how to end a romance novel without entering in trite, overused and banal endings […]

March 25

Book review: Beyond Reach: The Short Story Collection Series, by Michael Priv

Beyond Reach: The Short Story Collection Series, by Michael Priv, is a short story about Captain and his squad who have been ambushed while escorting a UN delegation in a war zone.  From the first paragraph it captures you and holds you until the very end. A touch of romance and a whole lot of […]

March 13

Book review: Death of a Movie Star, by Timothy Patrick

Death of a Movie Star by Timothy Patrick is a thought provoking story about interconnected lives. This is a story that explores a life spent without regard for anyone but one’s self; while another life is spent searching for a relationship that might or might not ever happen. The story is both entertaining and different, […]

February 28

Book review: Homecoming Queen, by Kerry Watts

  Homecoming Queen, by Kerry Watts is a nice story about a young woman’s life and the consequences of mistakes made at a very young age. There were lessons learned and life was changed as a result, but a happy ending nonetheless. An enjoyable read. Book review by International Writers Inspiring Change  

January 17

Book review: The Cruel Romance: A Novel of Love and War, by Marina Osipova

The Cruel Romance: A Novel of Love and War, by Marina Osipova, is an excellently written story that draws the reader through every page of this bitter love story, set in World War II and post-war Russia.  It is the dramatic and realistic rendering of one young girl’s journey, through German occupation, to post-war trauma […]

September 09

Book Review of Together They Overcame by Juliet C.B. Aharoni

    Together They Overcame, by Juliet C.B. Aharoni, is a beautiful and inspirational love story. The book moves along at a good pace, with interesting characters and a totally enjoyable tale. Throw in cultural and gender differences, many hardships along the way which test and challenge them and their love, and you have a […]

June 22

Book Review: John’s Pond by Donna Lynch. “True love cannot be stopped.”

  John’s Pond, by Donna Lynch, is a lovely story of young love and standing up for what is right even if it is unpopular to do so. Inspiring, with complicated relationships and the sweet exploration of true love, it is a well-written book, and truly difficult to put down as the story-line and its […]

June 14

Book Giveaway: My Soul Belongs to You by C.L. Hunter. Erotica, romance and fantasy all in one!

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