This is a fun short story (less than 60 pages) from J.M. Snyder. Greg Chennault is a young kid who gets interested in golf as his home is set just off the fairway of a golf course. While a teenager, he gets a job caddying for a man, Trevor Johns, at this golf club that lasts throughout his high school years. During his time as Mr. Johns’ caddy, … Continue reading
Warning: Contains spoilers for the previous book in this series. It is not recommended to read this book as a standalone.
This short story is a follow up/companion story to the novel ‘Stepping Up to the Plate’. The main character of this short is one of the secondary characters in the first novel – Ange. It is unclear exactly how long after the action of the first book … Continue reading
This was one of those stories that just reach in, grab your heart and squeeze. It is set during the Korean War and told in third person POV of Carl, a pilot. Carl has a best friend in his navigator, Bert. Bert is a ladies’ man, always looking for a cutie to share time with. This time, it is Ellie, a girl he saw in the USO … Continue reading
Josh and DeMar were actors together in a Shakespearean play. Starting as friends, they became a couple until fighting and anger drove them apart, and Josh left the show, the city and their partnership. DeMar, three weeks after the show ends and Josh has gone home, shows up at the airport and asks Josh to pick him up. Can they rekindle what they lost?
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Sidney is first introduced as a ten-year-old boy, who just lost his very beloved mother to cancer. Sidney’s father, a ranch owner, is cold and remote, and abusive. Losing his wife seems to be the final straw for him, and he treats his son with neglect, disdain or abuse. Nash, eight years older than Sidney, is a ranch hand who lost his father not long before Sidney’s mom died. … Continue reading
Daniel is a grad student in magic, studying magical history and working at the museum part time, when he meets Rhys (Reece), a shifter. Rhys is new to the area and snows his attraction to Daniel by asking him to dinner, followed by a night at his hotel. Rhys has money, though he is a little vague on what he actually does for a living.
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Zach and Logan are partners on the police force, and have been so for over two years. They are friends and lovers, as well. Logan tends to take huge chances and it makes Zach crazy. When Zach’s grandfathers’ friend dies, and a ring he was supposedly buried in turns up in a local pawn shop, gramps asks the two to investigate.
As they begin the investigation, Logan is … Continue reading
I admit to a weakness for Highlander stories. I love the era, the strong men, the trouble, and the kilts. What I don’t love is the tendency for the females in the Highlander stories to be clingy, soft ladies who constantly need rescuing by the big Alpha males. So, it was a very pleasant surprise to get to know the heroine of this book, Bree Kirkland. … Continue reading
It has been quite a while since I have read a Scottish Highlander book, so was a little unsure of how I would feel about the high-handed ways usually apparent in the heroes. I shouldn’t have worried. Robert Maxwell, our hero, has been sent to Dunwythie by his brother Alex, the Sheriff of Dumfries, to order the laird Dunwythie to turn over collected taxes, with … Continue reading
Set in Dublin, this is the story of Lady Anna, who is 18 years old, and has a huge curiosity about things outside the boring Society life. She wants more than tedious Society balls and sedate parties. To this end, she is always trying things, things such as sneaking into the Olympian Club, an exclusive members-only club known for its wickedness. She is aided in this by her … Continue reading