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    Airborne by DiAnn Mills – Book Blog Tour Review & Giveaway

    Today I’m back with Lone Star Lit and another fast-paced Christian thriller from DiAnn Mills. Airborne is a gripping tale about a deadly virus that is released on an airplane. I was provided an advance copy of the book from the publisher via NetGalley. All opinions are my own. AIRBORNEbyDiANN MILLS Genre: Christian Romantic Suspense Publisher: Tyndale House PublishersDate of Publication: September 8, 2020Number of Pages: 400 Scroll down for the giveaway! Heather Lawrence’s long-awaited vacation to Salzburg wasn’t supposed to go like this. Mere hours into the transatlantic flight, the Houston FBI agent is awakened when passengers begin exhibiting horrific symptoms of an unknown infection. As the virus quickly spreads and…

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    Book Review: The Caretakers by Eliza Maxwell

    I’m not going to lie – when I received my review copy of Eliza Maxwell’s new release The Caretakers, I oohed and ahhed over the GORGEOUS cover. And then I set it on the corner of my desk, because my brain has desperately needed light and fluffy, and Eliza Maxwell’s books are NOT light and fluffy. They are tightly crafted psychological thrillers that will grip you tight. Light and fluffy can only distract you for so long, though, and my fingers itched to pick it up. I’m so glad I did because WOW. Curious? Good. Read on to see what I loved about the book and then go enter for…

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    Book Review: Chasing the White Lion by James R Hannibal

    I’m not gonna lie – I was itching to grab a copy of James R. Hannibal’s recent release Chasing the White Lion and join in on this blog tour with Lone Star Lit. Chasing the White Lion is the exciting sequel to The Gryphon Heist, and it did NOT disappoint. If you are a fan of spy thrillers, this is the book for you. Read on to learn more about the book, read my review, and enter the fabulous giveaway! Thanks to Lone Star Book Blog Tour and the author for providing me with an advance e-copy of the book. CHASING THE WHITE LION(Talia Inger, Book Two)byJAMES R. HANNIBAL Genre:…

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    Book Review: The Gryphon Heist by James R Hannibal

    Hold on to your hats, because The Gryphon Heist by James R. Hannibal was unputdownable! I haven’t picked up a spy novel in a long time, and this one did NOT disappoint! I’m excited to be sharing another great book on a Lone Star Lit Book Blog Tour; many thanks to the author for providing me with a copy of the book and offering up one FANTASTIC giveaway (make sure you check it out and enter. I’ll give you two hints: books and coffee!) Read on to see why I love this one SO much – and why it will make me add this genre back into my regular book…

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    Book Review: The Grace Year by Kim Liggett

    I read a LOT Of books this summer and I’m still getting caught up with reviews. The Grace Year was one of those books that I devoured and have been ITCHING to talk about!! via GIPHY The Grace Year by Kim Liggett was published on October 8 and I have been WAITING to share this one with you! (That should be read with a bit of squealing, this was so delicious.) I’m ever so thankful to have gotten my hands on an advance reader copy (thank you NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press). This post includes affiliate links to buy your own copy (in case you are as excited to read…

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    The Astral Traveler’s Daughter by K.C. Archer

    I so loved School for Psychics by K.C. Archer that I pounced on a copy of its sequel, The Astral Traveler’s Daughter, when it was made available by NetGalley and the publisher for review. Read on for my take on this easy reading paranormal thriller. This is the second book in the School for Psychics series by author K.C. Archer. As it picks up just a few months after the prior book left off and there is little in the way of backstory provided (and no prologue to guide you in), I’ll recommend that you read these books in order. And you should, because The Astral Traveler’s Daughter is a lot of…

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    Lone Star Book Blog Tour: Tangible Spirits by Becki Willis

    Today I’m joining up once again with Lone Star Book Blog Tours to bring you a great paranormal thriller, Tangible Spirits, by author Becki Willis. We have plenty of fun things planned for this tour (including author videos and a great giveaway) so check out part one of our author video here and be sure to visit other stops on tour for great reviews and to learn more about this book! TANGIBLE SPIRITS  by BECKI WILLIS Genre: Paranormal / Thriller / Suspense  Publisher: Clear Creek Publishing Date of Publication: May 13, 2017 Number of Pages: 316 Scroll down for giveaway! Reporter Gera Stapleton has a difficult choice to make: write…

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    Bonnie and Clyde Resurrection Road Book Blog Tour: Review & Giveaway!

    BONNIE AND CLYDE: Resurrection Road Book One in a New Trilogy by CLARK HAYS AND KATHLEEN McFALL    Genre:  Alternative Historical Fiction / Thriller Date of Publication: April 22, 2017 Pages: 308 Publisher: Pumpjack Press on Facebook Scroll down for the giveaway! In an alternate timeline, legendary lovers Bonnie and Clyde are given one last shot at redemption. The story begins in 1984 when a reporter gets a tip to meet an old woman at a Texas cemetery. Cradling an antique rifle and standing over a freshly dug grave, the old woman claims to be Bonnie Parker. Turns out, she says, it wasn’t Bonnie and Clyde who were ambushed fifty years…

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    Book Review: Dying for Christmas

      I’ll be reading a lot of “feel-good” Christmas tales, but I acknowledge that those aren’t everyone’s cup of tea. With that in mind, I’m bringing you something vastly different today. Because although Tammy Cohen’s Dying For Christmas  is set over the Christmas holidays, there is nothing merry and bright about it. Curious? Check it out:   Review of Dying For Christmas   I may have mentioned that this is NOT your typical Christmas tale. In fact, it’s not a Christmas tale at all, so let’s get that out of the way right now. I think the phrase used in the synopsis – “most disturbing psychological thriller yet” – is…

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    Monday Reads: Seeing Red by Sandra Brown

    I’ve been a fan of Sandra Brown for years, so I was excited when her new book Seeing Red crossed my desk! I love a good mystery, and she is the queen of mixing mystery and romance. Read on for my review!   Review of Seeing Red Sandra Brown delivers another successful thriller in Seeing Red. True to fashion, this suspenseful book has her trademark plot twists; I wasn’t sure who to trust, or what was coming next. Her plots are always well constructed, and this one does not disappoint. I’ve long been a fan of her writing style, as she brings together a great mix of tension offset by…