With Eyes Wide Open by Kelly J. McMullin on BookTweeter.com

With Eyes Wide Open by Kelly J. McMullin

Summary: Return to Cherokee Falls and join Sam Kelly as she investigates a heinous murder that she thought could never occur in such a small town. Follow her as she battles crime, politics and her own haunting memories. The author has indicated that this book is not necessarily suitable for children. Top-level Genre: Fiction Sub-genre(s):…

Eloquent Love Notes by LaDonna Marie on BookTweeter.com

Eloquent Love Notes by LaDonna Marie

Summary: Allow the poetic expressions of Eloquent Love Notes to guide you through a journey of admiration, love, and raw emotions. The author desires for you the experience the beauty of words written from the heart. The author wants you to search within your soul to explore love at its most purest form. The author…

Somewhere Still by Denitta Ward on BookTweeter.com

Somewhere Still by Denitta Ward

Summary: Employee Jean Ball quickly learns many of the secrets of the entitled guests of the elegant Empire hotel. Jean falls for the hotel owner’s son, and when her employer’s secrets are revealed Jean has to decide if loving the son is worth it. History and fiction come together in this glimpse into the culture…

A Dangerous Secret by Peter Martin on BookTweeter.com

A Dangerous Secret by Peter Martin

Summary: The deathbed confession from the woman who spent 40 years raising him that she is not his biological mother, and with absolutely nothing else to go on, sends Garry on a search for the parents he never knew he had. After he starts looking it becomes clear that they don’t want to be found,…

Land of the Free by Michael W. Huard on BookTweeter.com

Land of the Free by Michael W. Huard

Summary: In the year 3016, the United States of America has fallen into great despair. The advent of advanced technology, AI, robotics, and a power-hungry corporation rule the nation. However, there is hope. A sisterhood of enhanced, highly intelligent, patriotic ladies is out to make the country free again. According to the author, this book…