A Review On A Woman of Intelligence by Karin Tanabe

Katarina Edgeworth is married to the perfect man, Dr. Tom Edgeworth. He is a well loved and respected surgeon in New York but, Katarina can’t help but feel trapped. No longer a translator for the United Nation. That is until an FBI agent wants her to become an informant.

However, when I got to the part where Tom Edgeworth’s sister started calling Katarina a maniac I dnf’ed it. This was probably the last straw I had to stomach A Woman of Intelligence. I dnf’ed it at exactly 30% into the book. Let me explain from the beginning as to what I thought went wrong with A Woman of Intelligence.  Read More

A Review On The Death of Jane Lawrence by Caitlin Starling

The Death of Jane Lawrence shows young Jane Lawrence after her marriage to the esteemed Dr. Augustine Lawrence. But, unknowingly, she marries into something deeper, something, sinister. When Jane marries Dr. Augustine, she thought she would only be marrying into a business detail, where they could both work with each other side by side and not worry about love and relationship Read More

A Review On The Stolen Kingdom by Jillian Boehme

The Stolen Kingdom, about a girl who discovers her true potential, and a prince who discovers his true love for his kingdom. Maralyth discovers that her magic has much more potential than she originally imagined, however, when she’s manipulated into a coup, she discovers that she can do more with her magic, including saving Prince Alac and his kingdom, she encounters the true difficulty of choosing between the coup and Prince Alac. Read More