Body and Bone by LS Hawker (GIVEAWAY)

5 Stars!

LS Hawker returns with another atmospheric, twisting tale of suspense that questions the nature of identity and how far a young mother is willing to go to run from the mistakes of her past.
He wants to destroy her reputation.
He wants to destroy her life.
He wants to destroy…her.
Nessa Donati used to be a happily married mother with a successful music blog and satellite radio show. But that was before her husband John relapsed on drugs and went missing. That was before he was presumed dead. And before she was framed for his murder.
When a commenter on Nessa’s blog starts harassing her online, Nessa shrugs it off. Trolls are a part of internet life. But eventually the troll begins threatening her safety and releasing personal details… details only her husband would know.
As Nessa’s life is dismantled piece by piece, her only option is to find John and put a stop to the lies. But when their son becomes a pawn in his twisted game, she must face a disturbing truth: Maybe John isn’t tormenting her, after all. But if he’s not…who is? And how far will this monster go to exact revenge?
Book Details:
Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense
Published by: Witness Impulse/HarperCollins
Publication Date: May 2016
Number of Pages: 303
ISBN: 0062435221 (ISBN13: 9780062435224)
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 Read an excerpt:
Tuesday, May 31
Nessa Donati was going to have to sell her brand spanking new car. And all because the rear-view mirror hung in the perfect position to display an accidental glimpse of her reflection whenever she reached into the back seat. Typically she prepared herself before facing a reflective surface. But when she was caught off guard, without fail, her mother's disappointed, sour Resting Bitch Face stared back at her.
It wasn't that her mother was unattractive. She was, in fact, far more beautiful than Nessa could ever hope to be. It was that her mother had always used Nessa as a mirror in which to see herself without ever truly seeing Nessa.
So the new black Chrysler Pacifica would have to go.
It was nearing sunset when Nessa parked it on Crestview Drive by the Randolph Bridge, which spanned not only the Big Blue River but the northern tip of Tuttle Creek Lake as well. This was the last stop on a four-day camping trip, just Nessa, her three-year-old son Daltrey, and their Wheaton Terrier, Declan MacManus.
She checked on Daltrey, asleep in his car seat, listing to starboard, mouth open. He'd be okay for a moment, and she was glad she wouldn't have to explain what she was about to do. She felt silly enough about it already.
Nessa and Declan MacManus exited the Pacifica, the dog running ahead, while Nessa locked and shut the door.
She walked the eighth of a mile to the river's edge beneath the bridge as sparse traffic droned by overhead, tires making that phut phut phut sound as they traversed the seams in the asphalt. Nessa stood and watched the water flow past, appearing deceptively tranquil until a tree branch rushed by at break-neck speed. Declan sniffed happily around, pausing to mark every object he encountered with a lifted leg.
Nessa looked around to make sure she was alone, then reached into her pocket and withdrew the six-inch-long braid of her husband John's hair. He'd cut it before their wedding five years ago. She had kept it in a velvet box all this time, never dreaming this day would come. She looked at the sky and the water, remembering all their good times on the river. This was the right place to let John's braid go.
The water lapped against her tennis shoes as she wound up and let the braid fly. She watched it arc through the air, hit the rushing water with an inconsequential splash, and disappear. She watched for a moment and let herself cry a little. She needed this sort of closure ritual to move on with her life, like spreading his ashes. Except he wasn't dead. Yet.
Nessa trudged back to the car, Declan MacManus meandering behind her. She unlocked and opened her door, and the dog jumped in and settled in the passenger seat. Nessa noted that Daltrey hadn't even changed position while she was gone.
Nessa started the car, put it in gear, and headed toward home.
Forty minutes later, she parked in the converted hay barn garage behind her house and decided she'd wait until morning to unload the camping gear.
Declan MacManus jumped from the car and ran, whining, toward the other outbuildings, hops vines, and woods beyond, as Nessa climbed into the back to struggle with Daltrey's carseat restraints. She draped him over her shoulder, and took him inside and upstairs to his big-boy bed. There, she pulled off his sandals and kissed his fat little feet before slipping him between the sheets. Good. He was out for the night. She left his door ajar, and went downstairs and out the back door to get their suitcase from the Pacifica.
Outside it was full dark, and the woods buzzed with late-spring insects. When she hit the bottom step, she saw Declan MacManus curled up in front of the outbuilding they called the boathouse. He sprang to his feet as if he'd just noticed royalty entering the room. This slowed Nessa down—what was he doing?—but she continued on to the garage, where she retrieved their luggage. When she closed the garage door, the dog jumped to his feet again, in the exact spot she'd left him.
Nessa stood staring at him, and he gazed expectantly back at her.
And then she saw it. The wooden carriage-house door's lock was gone. In its place was a jagged hole, as if God himself had punched a massive fist through it in a fit of righteous anger.
Nessa froze, her breath captive in her throat.
She set down the suitcase and, after a moment of indecision, pulled out her phone and dialed.
Marlon Webb didn't say hello, just, "With a student." This was his way of saying he could be interrupted only for a very specific kind of emergency.
"Call me back," she whispered. "I'm rethinking that whole restraining order thing."


Author Bio:

LS HAWKER grew up in suburban Denver, indulging her worrisome obsession with true-crime books, and writing stories about anthropomorphic fruit and juvenile delinquents. She wrote her first novel at 14.
Armed with a B.S. in journalism from the University of Kansas, she had a radio show called “People Are So Stupid,” edited a trade magazine and worked as a traveling Kmart portrait photographer, but never lost her passion for fiction writing.
She’s got a hilarious, supportive husband, two brilliant daughters and a massive music collection. She lives in Colorado but considers Kansas her spiritual homeland.

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LS Hawker's website http://lshawker.com/
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Whoa!  Sus-pense-ful! I looked up the definition of suspenseful - causing a feeling of excitement because you are waiting for something to happen or are uncertain about what is going to happen. YEP! That was this book. I felt "excitement because you are waiting for something to happen" the whole last half of the book!

This was a tiny bit slower getting started but VERY quickly turned around. And definitely made up for it the last 2/3 of the book. I think I read the last half in one sitting. I could not stop reading. And to think that something like this - Terrorizing someone via the internet could actually happen (and probably has!) is so scary, the reality of it. It just is unbelievably real.

Great character development. I didn't care for Nessa in the very beginning. I thought she was very odd. But... there was a reason for this oddness, as you soon find out and it is very well done. I did end up warming up to her and actually ended up really liking her and was scared for her. Really scared!
I loved Isabeau! She was like this super hero. Who would have thought that this college student/nanny would turn out to be a knife throwing bad-ass! I definitely want her on my side! She was like a ninja wonder woman.
Nessa realized she's never asked Isabeau anything about herself, and it made her ashamed. she was so swept up in the drama that was her life Isabeau was just a bit player, a prop, an extra.
But by rescuing Nessa tonight, she'd earned top billing.
This is my second book by this author. I also read - The Drowning Game which was her first novel. See my review for that one - HERE
I am definitely hooked! I will want to read everything she writes now! I love it when I find a great new author like this that I can add to my list! ~~~Eagerly awaiting her next book~~~

 I received this book from Partners In Crime in exchange for an honest review.

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Summer Lovin - Jacquie Biggar (GIVEAWAY!)

Book 5 of the Wounded Hearts series


Jacquie Biggar

Cover Designer: Killion Group
Official genre of book: Contemporary Romance

Mitch Taylor and Rebecca Sorenson share a secret.

Rebecca’s job as secretary of Cascade Elementary, the same school she attended as a child, is rewarding. She has a great group of friends, many of whom are married now. And if sometimes she wished it were her up there in that sparkling white dress…

Except, wait—she did get to wear bridal white. Granted, it was a slinky party dress and the justice of the peace was Elvis in a gold lame jacket, but still, the deed was done.

She’d tied the knot.

Mitch Taylor doesn’t do regrets. It would be a waste of energy bemoaning the mistakes he’d made in his life. The end of his promising football career taught him nothing in life was a guarantee.

Like love.

What were the chances two people from the same po-dunk town in Washington would end up together in a nightclub in Las Vegas? A few too many drinks later, a hasty ceremony performed by the king of rock ‘n’ roll, and they’d been hitched. The night that followed lived on in his dreams, but when he’d woken the next morning she was gone.

Can these two mismatched lovers find a way past their mistakes, or will they keep their lonely hearts forever guarded?

Mitch’s gaze zeroed in on her lips and darkened. “You and me—later. I’m tired of waiting. It’s time we settled our past so we can move forward with our lives.” He leaned in and gave her a quick, hard kiss, their breath co-mingling and tasting of the coffee he’d stopped and bought for her.

Rebecca sighed and gave herself up to the moment, though in the back of her mind his words nipped and stung, warning her that it was going to hurt when he left. How did this happen? When did Mitch Taylor become necessary to her happiness?

God. She was in love with him.

Her mouth slackened. Mitch sat back and looked at her quizzically for a moment, then he turned away to help young Jasper, and she tried to pay attention, she really did. But, all the time he was asking Tommy what happened, and running gentle fingers over the injury, and she was smiling and murmuring reassurance, her heart was breaking into a million tiny pieces.

I live in paradise along the west coast of Canada with my family and love reading, writing, and flower gardening. Oh, and I can't function without coffee! Preferably at the beach with my sweetheart. :)

I write Romantic Suspense with tough, alpha males who know what they want until they're gob-smacked by heroines who are strong, contemporary women willing to show them what they really need is love.

I've been blessed with a long, happy marriage and enjoy writing romance novels that end with happy-ever-afters.

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This was a cute, fun book with some suspense and heartfelt moments in it. I really liked the ending, it had one of those endings - It ended just the way I wanted!
I liked the characters, Becky and Mitch. And it definitely had a great story line...

My only two problems were - it was too short for all that was happening. This would have made a much better full length novel. It felt way too rushed and confusing. Which brings me to point 2 - Way too many characters to keep track of for a novella. Now, I know this is part of a series, which is probably why all the characters (so they could be introduced for the next ones coming out).

It was worth the read! I did like it, but I would have liked it much better if is was a full length book.

Thank you Magic of Books Promotions for sending me this book for my honest review!


Dwelling Places by Lucinda Secrest McDowell - (Huge Giveaway!)


Do you long for serenity and refuge, peace and hope? Are you seeking a deeper spiritual life through a closer relationship with God?

If you're tired of dwelling in busyness and noise, then perhaps one word a day can change your life. Award-winning author Lucinda Secrest McDowell knows that if you spend time each day turning to God's Word for wisdom and guidance, your faith can flourish and grow.

Through short and inspiring readings, McDowell unpacks a single word---such as mercy, beauty, gratitude, or grace---to reveal a biblical blessing or challenge relevant to where you are. Full of stories and illustrations to empower you to live the word you have just read, each devotional ends with a benediction, written as if God were speaking directly to you.

These "dwelling places" that offer the joy of God's promise and presence cover four seasons: fall, Advent, Lent, and summer. Whether in the midst of busy holiday schedules, holy days, ordinary moments, or changing seasons, a deeper faith can be as simple as a single word.

Lucinda Secrest McDowell is the author of 11 books, including Live These Words, Amazed by Grace, and Quilts from Heaven. She has contributed to an additional 25 books and has been published in more than 50 magazines. A graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Furman University, she speaks internationally through her ministry Encouraging Words. An award-winning writer who has earned accolades from prominent writers' conferences and retreats, McDowell has also worked in radio broadcasting, in retreat planning, and on church pastoral staffs. She writes from "Sunnyside" cottage in Connecticut.

When I agreed to review this devotional I had no idea it would turn out to be such an amazing book! Honestly I can't begin to tell you how thrilled I am to have this book! I was raised in the church and have been a devoted Christian all my adult life. I have certainly read my share of devotionals and Bible study books and this is hands-down the best one I have ever seen! This is my favorite one to date. There is absolutely nothing that I don't love about this book.

When I received this in the mail and opened the package and started looking at it I knew it was going to be a good one. But after I read the first two pages in the "Grow" (summer) section I ended up in tears. It just got into my heart, my soul. The next day I read the next one and again was in tears! I knew I was hooked - this was THE devotional for me. I have been faithfully reading it ever since.

I belong to two different Bible studies at my church, but I also get together Wed. mornings at a local coffee shop with a friend. We take turns sharing a devotional. The past few times I've taken this book and read a-loud to my friend. She loved it and was just as excited about it as I. Yesterday when we got together, she told me she had ordered her own copy of the book and just received it!  I was so glad I could turn her on to such a great book.

What I love about it -
- It's not a calendar, day-by-day devotional so you don't feel stuck, sticking to such a strict schedule. You can just read as you want, at your own pace.
- Each day's message is a different subject, as usual, but it is filled with Bible verses (its not just stories, or someone else's experiences).
- Each passage is only two pages, short enough to fit it in a busy schedule, but long enough to get the message!
- It is divided up into four sections, or seasons. Dwell - Fall, Shine - Winter, Renew - Spring, and Grow - summer. Each section has to do with that season.

If you are a beginner or a seasoned devotional user - I highly recommend this book. It is easy to read, easy to understand, interesting, fun, extremely heartfelt and appropriate for everyone's life!
I honestly can not say enough praise about it. I am going to continue using it as my daily devotional until the book is done, and then... who knows - next year I may start it all over again!  :-)

Thank you so much Litfuse for sending me such an awesome book for my honest review!

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  • Dwelling Places necklace handmade by Lucinda
  • A kit full of goodies you'll need to make refreshing lemonade this summer
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The Witching Time - Rachel Faugno

3 Stars

Caroline Burdick is still mourning the death of her toddler son when she inherits an isolated old house from her great aunt Hetty, a woman she barely knew. But the unexpected windfall comes with a catch: she must live in the house for six months to claim her inheritance.

Set on a lonely hilltop in Brookfield, Massachusetts, the house terrifies Caroline, as does her aunt’s menacing companion Sarah Stratton, who has stayed on as housekeeper. Even more disturbing are the repeated appearances of Bathsheba Spooner, a distant relative who was hanged for murder in 1778, and the discovery that Hetty was high priestess of an ancient coven of witches.  

The only light amidst the darkness is a beautiful young man named Eddy Ross, with whom Caroline falls helplessly in love. But that fleeting joy cannot save her from the deadly maelstrom of witchcraft and family secrets that shatter her world.


Rachel Faugno, a native of Salt Lake City, Utah, makes her home in central Massachusetts. She teaches English at a community college and has worked as a newspaper correspondent, freelance writer, and magazine editor.

This one was creepy right out of the gate. A very haunting and chilling story. I like books that start out with a bang and this one does. But... it got a little too much towards the end for me.
Parts of it I really liked and parts I didn't. So I ended up giving it a three. I definitely liked the first half better. The second half was a little too dark and weird. I love "witchy" books, but I like the fun, quirky ones.
But this was still a good read, and I am glad I read it - it was worth it.

Good character development. I liked Caroline. And the characters that were supposed to be creepy - were... VERY! The housekeeper, yeah, definitely creepy. And the husband - Wow, what a jerk he was. So that character was done to perfection.

I always look for things, mentions, that I can connect to. Things that are personal to me. In this book, Caroline was from Harrisburg PA! Woohoo! I live in PA about 2 hrs from Harrisburg and a good great friend of mine lives just outside of Harrisburg.

A good creepy witch book! One that will keep you reading till the end.

Thank you Ravenswood VirtualTours for sending me this book for my honest review!

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The Bali Mystery (Amelia Moore Detective Series Book 1) - Linda Weaver Clarke (Audio version)

4 Stars

Amelia Moore, founder of the Moore Detective Agency, specializes in missing persons. Her cases have taken her to some very interesting places and put her in some dangerous situations, but she always solves them. With the help of Rick Bonito, her sometime partner, her business is flourishing.
When Mrs. Brody hires Amelia and Rick to find her missing brother, they find themselves in Bali, Indonesia. They are mystified about why her brother quit his job, put his home up for sale, and ran off to this mysterious and exotic island without telling a soul.

Linda Weaver Clarke travels throughout the United States, teaching and encouraging people to write their family history and autobiography. She is the author of several historical sweet romances, a mystery/adventure series, a cozy mystery series, and two non-fiction books.

Check out Linda's website - HERE
and - HERE
Visit her Cozy Mystery website - HERE

I listened to this from Audible so my review will be both about the book and about the reader.

This book puts the cozy in "cozy mystery". This was a nice sweet mystery/romance that is light on the mystery but heavy on the cuteness. A very clean, fun, quick read (or listen in my case).

Great character development. I really liked Amelia (love that name!) she was sweet, smart, firm but didn't have a "bad-ass" personality. She seemed nice, like someone I would befriend. I enjoyed getting to know her and look forward to more!
I loved Rick, right away. Now he is a man who knows what he wants (Amelia, LOL) and goes after it, but is not forceful. He is nice, understanding, supportive, and a little romantic. The kind of guy I like.

This book/audio had a lot of references to the movie "South Pacific", which I loved. I have seen the movie. It's not one of my favorites but I do like it and could remember all the references. It was fun.
I also loved their "bucket list". Some of the things on Rick's were Parasailing, Safari, and Trekking through the rain forest. I have never made a bucket list. There are some things that I have been wanting to try - zip lining, for one! I hope to do it this summer. PA has several places you can do it.
Do you have a bucket list? What's on yours?

I have read a couple of Linda's books before (the historical fiction series) so when Linda asked me if I would like to try an audio, I jumped at the chance. I have been wanting to do more audios anyway.

OK so now for the reader - I liked her, but didn't love her. This is pretty typical for me! I very rarely find a reader that meets my expectations. They don't usually sound like I pictured the character to sound like, and this was the case here. But I thought the reader did on OK job, definitely not the worst I've heard.

I have told Linda that I would love to listen to the next in the series so come back for the next audio review of - The Shamrock Case.

Thank you Linda for sending me this audio version of your book for my honest review.

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Finding Audrey - Sophie Kinsella

5 Stars!!!

An anxiety disorder disrupts fourteen-year-old Audrey’s daily life. She has been making slow but steady progress with Dr. Sarah, but when Audrey meets Linus, her brother’s gaming teammate, she is energized. She connects with him. Audrey can talk through her fears with Linus in a way she’s never been able to do with anyone before. As their friendship deepens and her recovery gains momentum, a sweet romantic connection develops, one that helps not just Audrey but also her entire family.

Sophie Kinsella is the author of the bestselling Shopaholic series as well as the novels Can You Keep a Secret?, The Undomestic Goddess, Remember Me?, Twenties Girl, I've Got Your Number, and Wedding Night. She lives in England.

Visit her website - HERE 

Well everyone knows who Sophie Kinsella is. I'm pretty sure even if you haven't read at least one of her books (you should!) you've heard of her. She is definitely on my list of authors I want to read more of. I don't actually have such a list, but I should! If fact I'm gonna go make one now (well after I finish this review).

So Sophie has given us yet another character to fall in love with, and that I did - hook, line and sinker. I don't know if she plans a follow-up book, but I wish she would! There are a few unanswered questions and I would really like to see where Audrey goes from here (and Frank, her brother).

So the whole book is centered around this "thing" that happened in school, a very bad thing, that flings Audrey spiraling into this social anxiety disorder. BUT... we never do find out what happened. That irritated the heck out of some reviewers, but I was OK with it. Sometimes you don't need to know everything. The book focused on Audrey, her illness and her slow climb up the mountain to recovery. This was enough for me.

The character development was excellent!!! Like, really excellent! Of course I loved Audrey right from the get-go. She was very real (all the characters were). But I also loved her older brother, Frank. He started out just this typical teen boy and ended up pretty amazing! I would actually love to read more about him and what happens to him. Also, I absolutely loved Linus (horrible name, wonderful person!), sweet, accepting, supportive, caring, Linus. He is like every parent's dream boyfriend for their daughter. I loved this whole flirty, cute, slow teen romance. I especially love the note writing back and forth. OMG! it was so freaking adorable!

Here are a few quotes from the book -
"Felix (her little brother) is the only one I can cope with looking at, eye to eye. My parents' eyes - forget it. They're full of worry and fear and too much knowledge. And kind of too much love, if that makes sense? If I look at them, it's like it all comes flooding back over me in a gush - mingled in with their anger, which is pretty righteous. I mean, it's not directed at me, obviously, but still. It feels toxic."

"Is that QVC?"
"Yes. I find the conversations soothing."
QVC is the most calming TV I know. You have three people in a studio and they all think the moisturizer is great. No-one argues the point or raises their voice. No-one discovers they're pregnant or gets murdered. And there's no studio laughter, which believe me, can sound like a drill in my head."
And, the best -
"I've been thinking a lot about everything. And I guess Mum was right about the jagged graphs thing. We're all on one. Even Frank. Even Mum. Even Felix. I think what I've realized is, life is all about climbing up, slipping down, and picking yourself up again. And it doesn't matter if you slip down. As long as you're kind of heading more or less upwards. That's all you can hope for. More or less upwards."  :-)
Great book - period!

Thanks Penguin Random House for sending me this great book for my honest review!

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Medical Judgment - Richard L. Mabry (GIVEAWAY!!!)

4 Stars

Just what the doctor ordered: heart-thumping suspense and intrigue, courtesy of Richard Mabry’s new medical drama, Medical Judgment.
Someone is after Dr. Sarah Gordon. They’ve stalked her and set a fire at her home. Trying to recover from the traumatic deaths of her husband and infant daughter is tough enough, but she has no idea what will come next. As the threats on her life continue to escalate, so do the questions: Who is doing this? Why are they after her? And with her only help being unreliable suitors in competition with each other, whom can she really trust?

Dr. Richard Mabry is a retired physician who writes "medical suspense with heart." His novels have won multiple awards: a semifinalist for International Thriller Writers' debut novel; finalists for the Carol Award, Inspirational Reader's Choice Award, and Romantic Times' Reader's Choice Award; and both finalist and winner of the Selah Award. He and his wife live in Frisco, Texas.

One thing I want to say right away - I would not have guessed that this was written by a man. The author did such a great job telling the story about Dr. Sarah Gordon. He really got her character just right. It was very heartfelt. You really get a feel for her personality - you get inside her head. I loved that she was vulnerable but strong willed , wanting to take care of herself and stand on her own two feet. I sometimes have a hard time reading books written by men because they don't seem to be able to get a woman's character right, but this was perfect!

A few things that I really liked about this book -
*It was kept to a small handful of main characters so it was easy to keep track of everyone. You didn't need a list to keep referring back to LOL.
*The author kept the plot fairly simple, not tons of sub-plots. He kept the story focused on the one suspenseful story line and I felt it was very easily drawn in right from the beginning. I had not trouble following the story even thought I did not have it all figured out... I did have my suspicions, but it wasn't till the end when the author let us in on the secrets did we really find out who and why.
*Lastly - I liked that every once in a while you would get a chapter from the predator's mind. So you knew what he was plotting and thinking.

This was a very suspenseful book, yet easy reading and easy to understand. A good clean fun read! This one is on the lighter side - if you like mysteries but are not a hard-core fan like me, this is the one for you.

Thank you "Litfuse" for sending me this book for my honest review.

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