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Promo Post: “The Seduction of the Glen” by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple

Hello Friends!

I have been trying to do more promoting of books this past few weeks. You may have seen some this month, and I will keep doing it, because the authors deserve some shout-outs.

Today’s book is a Historical Romance, and you guys know me and my love for that genre.

The Seduction of the Glen“, written by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple, is a Scottish Historical Romance, the fifth book in The Glen Highland Romance series, published on April 30, 2020.

Happy Release day!!


Synopsis

FINAL cover with pubA fierce Highland warrior, loyal to his king. His beautiful English captive. He has promised her protection, but will he have to risk his own life to do so?

John Sinclair, faithful warrior for Robert the Bruce, makes a fateful wager with his brother: whoever wins Aislynn’s affections will wed her. Only Aislynn de Valence, niece to the English King, is a captive of the Bruce, sent to the Highlands as a prisoner and for her own protection. The last thing she wants it to wed her enemy.

To win the wager and the woman, John woos Aislynn with his whole heart.
But the Highlands are unstable, clan fighting against clan. And no one in the Highlands is ready to welcome an Englishwoman into their midst.

When Aislynn learns that she was nothing more than a prize in a wager, she decides she’s had enough of Scotland and its Highlanders.

Can John convince Aislynn of his true intentions and protect her when she needs him the most?

Purchase Links: Amazon US | Amazon UKAmazon CAAmazon AU


About the Author

Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple is an award-winning author and a college writing professor. Graduating from University of California, Riverside with a Master’s Degree in English and Literature, she has worked with students of all age levels – from elementary to graduate school – through her college teaching, tutoring, and charter school courses.

She started reading when she was 3 years old, writing when she was 4, and published her first poem at age 16. Her interest in logic and rhetoric began when she was 4 years old, and her mother bought her first logic puzzle book. She then read those puzzle books, Encyclopedia Brown books, and Two-Minute Mysteries regularly.

Michelle has always been an avid reader on all subjects, but has a special love for both horror and romance literature. Her two favorite authors are Stephen King and Diana Gabaldon.

Her favorite historical romance genres include: Scottish (love those Highlanders!) medieval, renaissance, ancient, and Viking, but she will read just about anything!

She is currently working on other writing curricula texts and several novels of different genres, including historical paranormal romance and literary fiction.

Social Media Links: Amazon | Twitter | Goodreads | Website | Facebook | Instagram


Don’t forget to comment, don’t be stranger. If you have any book recommendation you can leave a message using the form on my Contact Me page.

If you are an author or publisher and want me to do a review of a book please check out my Request Review page to learn more about the reviewing policies.

I always welcome new books to add to my list and I’m always excited to do reviews and read books. And I’m open to debate and exchange opinions, so let’s talk.

Also, if you would like to join me as a guest on my blog, check out the Guests Post page to know more and contact me so we can start planing your visit.

Love,

Jess

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Promo Post: “Touch Me Now” by Carly Phillips

Hello Friends!

I hope you are all doing well this lovely day, despite everything else happening. And that this morning is going well for all of you. Today I bring you a promo post since the author is having a sale today for this book.

Touch Me Now“, written by Carly Phillips is a romance novel, the first one in the Hot Heros Series, published on March 20th 2018.


Synopsis

She’s gorgeous and determined to be left alone.

He’s intrigued and intent on inserting himself into her solitary life.

When Kane Harmon rescues Halley Ward from the side of the road, he discovers the most beautiful, wealthy, and loneliest person woman he’s ever met.

She says she isn’t interested in him—or anything outside of her painting and her bungalow. Kane knows a lie when he hears one. 

Soon, he’s a part of her life and bringing color back into her world but is she strong enough to join him in a future than can be as bright – as long as she’s brave enough to try?

 * This book was formerly called Fearless. No changes from original.

Purchase Links: Amazon | Apple Books | Kobo | Google Play 


Meet Carly Phillips:

NY Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestseller, Carly Phillips gives her readers Alphalicious heroes to swoon for and romance to set your heart on fire. She married her college sweetheart and lives in Purchase, NY along with her three crazy dogs: two wheaten terriers and a mutant Havanese, who are featured on her Facebook and Instagram. The author of 50 romance novels, she has raised two incredible daughters who put up with having a mom as a full time writer. Carly’s book, The Bachelor, was chosen by Kelly Ripa as a romance club pick and was the first romance on a nationally televised bookclub. Carly loves social media and interacting with her readers. Want to keep up with Carly? Sign up for her newsletter (below) and receive TWO FREE books at www.carlyphillips.com.

Social Media Links: Website | BookBub | Goodreads | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Amazon


Don’t forget to comment, don’t be stranger. If you have any book recommendation you can leave a message using the form on my Contact Me page.

If you are an author or publisher and want me to do a review of a book please check out my Request Review page to learn more about the reviewing policies.

I always welcome new books to add to my list and I’m always excited to do reviews and read books. And I’m open to debate and exchange opinions, so let’s talk.

Also, if you would like to join me as a guest on my blog, check out the Guests Post page to know more and contact me so we can start planing your visit.

Love,

Jess


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Promo Post: “Song of the Nightingale” by Marilyn Pemberton

Hello Friends!

I hope you are all doing well this lovely Saturday. It is a very special day for so many reasons. Besides de announcement I will be making, and the review, I bring you now a promo post.

Song of the Nightingale“, written by Marilyn Pemberton, is a Historical Fiction novel published on December 14th 2019 by The Conrad Press.


Synopsis

Song of the Nightingale - Front coverPhilippe, the narrator of this tale, is secretary to Count De Lorenzo, and lover to the Count’s young wife. He is tasked with buying young boys from poor villagers, having them castrated and taking them to Florence to be taught to sing as castrati. The parents are told that their sons are especially blessed with their wonderful voices and they do not object to the boys making a physical sacrifice in order to thank and praise the Lord; nor to the bag of gold they are given in exchange.

The boys are innocents, victims of circumstances beyond their control. Surely they can have nothing to do with a barber’s mysterious death, or the suicide of an abusive Jesuit priest?

This is a tale of passion, revenge, guilt, regret, loss and redemption.

Don’t forget to add the book to your Goodreads TBR if you find it interesting: Song of the Nightingale.

Purchase Link: Amazon


About the Author

Marilyn Pemberton has always worked in IT and until October 2019 she was a full-time project manager. Now that she’s retired she can focus on the thing she loves most – writing.

At the age of 40 she did a part-time BA degree in Literature at Warwick, which progressed to an MA and then a PhD, her thesis being “Glimpses of Utopia & Dystopia in Victorian Fairylands”. As a result of giving a paper on fairy tales she was approached by a publisher who suggested she gather together some lesser known fairy tales and as a result “Enchanted Ideologies: A Collection of Rediscovered Nineteenth-Century English Moral Fairy Tales” was published by The True Bill Press in 2010.

She has just finished her second novel, “Song of the Nightingale”, published by The Conrad Press. And she’s now working on her third novel, whose working title is “Grandmothers’ Footsteps”.

Social Media Links: Website | Twitter


Don’t forget to comment, don’t be stranger. If you have any book recommendation you can leave a message using the form on my Contact Me page.

If you are an author or publisher and want me to do a review of a book please check out my Request Review page to learn more about the reviewing policies.

I always welcome new books to add to my list and I’m always excited to do reviews and read books. And I’m open to debate and exchange opinions, so let’s talk.

Also, if you would like to join me as a guest on my blog, check out the Guests Post page to know more and contact me so we can start planing your visit.

Love,

Jess

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Promo Post: “Texas Style Justice” by Susan P. Baker

Hello Friends!

Today I bring you a promo post that talks about a legal thriller, a mystery novel.

Texas Style Justice“, written by Susan P. Baker, a Domestic Thriller was published on June 4th 2018.


Synopsis

perf5.500x8.500.inddDevastated by a divorce and death of a child, Torie Van Fleet rebuilds her life around succeeding in the justice system. Her goal is to work her way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Vowing to do whatever it takes, she risks her relationship with her new husband by refusing to bear him a child. Further, she jeopardizes her friendship with her best friend by competing with her for the first major hurdle toward her goal, appointment to the Texas Supreme Court after the sudden death of one of the justices.

Not until she realizes what her backers demand of her does she understand what an exorbitant price she must pay to reach her dream. Will she risk everything, come to terms with her priorities, or does she even have a choice?

Don’t forget to add the book to your Goodreads TBR: Texas Style Justice

Purchase Links: Amazon | Kobo | Barnes & Noble

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About the Author

Susan P. Baker, a retired Texas judge, is the award-winning author of eight novels and two nonfiction books, all related to the law. As a judge, she dealt with a wide range of cases from murder to divorce regarding adults and children. Prior thereto, she practiced law for nine years and, while in law school, worked as a probation officer. Her experience in the justice system is apparent in her writings. Currently, she has three novels in progress.

Susan is a member of Texas Authors, Inc., Authors Guild, Sisters in Crime, Writers League of Texas, and Galveston Novel and Short Story Writers.

She has two children, eight grandchildren, and a rescue cat named Tudi. She loves dark chocolate, raspberries, and traveling on every mode of transportation. An Anglophile, she likes to visit cousins in England and Australia. On her bucket list are a trip to New Zealand, a long trip back to Australia, living in England for several months, visiting all the presidential libraries and authors’ homes in the U.S., and driving Route 66.

Social Media Links: Website | Twitter | Goodreads


Don’t forget to comment, don’t be stranger. If you have any book recommendation you can leave a message using the form on my Contact Me page.

If you are an author or publisher and want me to do a review of a book please check out my Request Review page to learn more about the reviewing policies.

I always welcome new books to add to my list and I’m always excited to do reviews and read books. And I’m open to debate and exchange opinions, so let’s talk.

Also, if you would like to join me as a guest on my blog, check out the Guests Post page to know more and contact me so we can start planing your visit.

Love,

Jess

New Releases, Uncategorized

Promo Post: “Palestina Sobre uma Tela” de André Ouro Verde

Olá meus queridos amigos!

Hoje venho divulgar a publicação de um livro de uma nova editora, Edições Velha Lenda.

Palestina Sobre uma Tela“, escrito por André Ouro Verde, é um Romance, publicado a 25 de Março por Edições Velha Lenda.


Sinopse

Uma pintora que desafiava a vida e retratava nas suas telas os mórbidos cenários que eram fruto da incessante guerra entre a Palestina e Israel.

Um capitão do Exército da Libertação da Palestina que sonha que ambas as nações, um dia, possam conviver lado a lado, em paz.

Esta história é um grito à humanidade. Um pedido de ajuda ao mundo contra os crimes cometidos contra o povo da Palestina.

Um livro escrito para que a sua história pare de se repetir na vida real.

Não se esqueçam de adicionar o livro à vossa TBR no Goodreads: Palestina Sobre uma Tela

Link de Compra: Edições Velha Lenda

Podem ver também o vídeo promocional do livro no Youtube: Palestina Sobre uma Tela | André Ouro Verde


Sobre o Autor

Autor de ‘Palestina Sobre uma Tela’, André Ouro Verde é um homem de poucas palavras. Fotógrafo, professor e historiador, investe o seu tempo em viagens e investigações minuciosas que o levam para bem longe do seu país de origem, Portugal. Quando questionado sobre quem é, responde:

“Sou um entre milhões, que acredita que petróleo, diamantes e terra não valem a vida de quem quer que seja; nem sequer a de um insecto.”

Social Media Links: Goodreads | Edições Velha Lenda


Não se esqueçam de comentar, não sejam estranhos.

Se tem alguma recomendação de livros que acham que deva ler podem enviar uma mensagem usando o formulário na página Contact Me.

Se desejarem juntarem-se a mim e serem convidados no blogue, escrevendo um post sobre um tema à vossa escolha, vejam a página Guests Post para saberem mais e para preparamos a sua visita.

Love,

Jess

Blog Tour, Fantasy, Reviews, Uncategorized

“A Noble’s Path” Review

Hello Friends!

Like I said in a previous post with the review for book one, I’m joining a blog tour for this book, so here is my review. Hope you find this book interesting.

A Noble’s Path“, written by I. L. Cruz, is the second book in the Enchanted Isles Series, a Fantasy novel published on January 31st 2020 by Bosky Flame Press.

I received a complimentary copy of this book thanks to Rachel Poli and I. L. Cruz. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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Synopsis

50730711. sx318 Divided loyalties test Inez Garza.

The infamous incident at the Academy of Natural Studies has forced her to work for the King’s Men while continuing to serve the hidden market.

Supporting Birthright furthers the cause of Magical Return, but the cost may be the fall of the royal house and losing Zavier forever.

And the strongest pull of all is her growing and erratic magic, which demands everything and offers only destruction in return.

Inez must decide where her loyalties lie—saving Canto or saving herself.

Purchase Links: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo


About the Author

I.L. Cruz decided to make writing her full-time career during the economic downturn in 2008. Since then she’s used her BA in International Relations to sow political intrigue in her fantasy worlds and her MA in history to strive for the perfect prologue. When she’s not engaged in this mad profession she indulges her wanderlust as often as possible, watches too much sci-fi and reads until her eyes cross. She lives in Maryland with her husband, daughter and a sun-seeking supermutt named Dipper.

Social Media Links: Website | Twitter | Blog


My Review

If you follow my reviews you know I have read the first book in this series, and I have to say that I jumped immediately to “A Noble’s Path”, since I already had it and my mind was in that world. Best thing I did…

We keep following the main character, Inez, in this novel and I liked that the obstacle keep appearing (that’s life for you!), making things hard and leading the characters to choose their path, to choose their new action and response.

With each choice we make we are learning, no matter if we have magic or not, it’s all the same, but imagine we did have magic… there would be an extra thing to take in count when choosing. And seeing Inez having to deal with all of that was quite interesting. I can’t imagine being in her position, despite that, I still felt empathy for her.

Inez, despite her magic, has emotions, wants and needs, and definitely fears. And I could relate to that. She did develop as a character because of the circumstances she was in, and her relationships developed as well, which is to be expected.

Overall, it was one of those books I have quite enjoyed reading. It kind of took me back to my teenager self, when I was reading this kind of fantasy related to magic and fantasy worlds, and I loved that. I will keep an eye out for more books written by I.L. Cruz, and if you enjoy fantasy, you may want to check this book out.


Don’t forget to check out all the other bloggers that given their contribute to this Blog Tour.

Tour Schedule


Don’t forget to comment, don’t be stranger. If you have any book recommendation you can leave a message using the form on my Contact Me page.

If you are an author or publisher and want me to do a review of a book please check out my Request Review page to learn more about the reviewing policies.

I always welcome new books to add to my list and I’m always excited to do reviews and read books. And I’m open to debate and exchange opinions, so let’s talk.

Also, if you would like to join me as a guest on my blog, check out the Guests Post page to know more and contact me so we can start planing your visit.

Love,

Jess

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Livraria Good Books – Blind Date With a Book

Olá meus queridos amigos!

Se o nome da Livraria Good Books vos é familiar, relembro os seguintes posts: Livraria Good Books & Parceria com a Livraria Good Books.

Hoje, tal como  título deste post indica, trago uma novidade sobre a Livraria. Um projeto que é uma fantástica oportunidade… “Blind Date with a Book“, é o nome deste projeto e no que consiste?… Bem, este projeto é um livro mistério.

Todos os meses sairá o tema daquele mês, assim como três dicas, relativamente ao livro mistério que poderão encomendar através do website da livraria (Encomendar aqui o Blind Date).

O livro custa 14 EUR e serão acrescentados os portes de envio. Também podes vir buscá-lo à livraria e assim não pagam os portes.

O método de pagamento é por transferência bancária ou MBWay e será enviada toda a informação se pedires o livro. Caso venhas buscá-lo à livraria, poderás pagar o livro em numerário .


Quanto ao livro de Abril, já poderão encomendar até ao dia 17 de março.

O tema de Abril é:

Viagem ao Futuro!

Quanto às dicas:

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Para além desta maravilhosa novidade, principalmente para quem gosta de surpresas. Tenho um extra para partilhar convosco.

Sendo uma das parceiras da livraria, tenho um código com 10% de desconto para vocês usarem ao encomendarem o vosso Blind Date with a Book.

JESSBOOK10

Aproveitem se puderem, e fiquem atentos a mais novidades.

Se ficaste com alguma dúvida, por favor contacta-nos para o email da livraria.

Social Media Links da Livraria: Website | Instagram | Facebook | Youtube


Não se esqueçam de comentar, não sejam estranhos. Principalmente se decidirem encomendar o vosso Blind Date with a Book, quero saber as vossas opiniões depois sobre o Livro Mistério.

Se tem alguma recomendação de livros que acham que deva ler podem enviar uma mensagem usando o formulário na página Contact Me.

Se desejarem juntarem-se a mim e serem convidados no blogue, escrevendo um post sobre um tema à vossa escolha, vejam a página Guests Post para saberem mais e para preparamos a sua visita.

Love,

Jess

Bookish Life, Uncategorized

Parceria com a Livraria Good Books

Olá meus queridos amigos!

Há uns dias atrás escrevi um post sobre uma livraria fantástica, e hoje venho novamente falar sobre ela, porém, de uma forma diferente.

Fui convidada para fazer parte de um grupo de parceiras com esta livraria. E… em breve poderão regularmente ver posts meus, assim como posts das outras parceiras, no blog da Livraria Good Reads. Serão posts sobre opiniões de livros que lermos, ou até mesmo relacionados com o mundo livrólico tal como o post de hoje.

É algo que estou bastante entusiasmada e será uma aventura, apenas mais uma neste maravilhoso ano 2020.

Se não conhecem a Livraria Good Books, ela foi criada por uma dupla espetacular, mãe e filha, Ana Paula Ivo e Ana Teresa Barreiros, sendo uma Livraria de livros usados e de autores/editoras independentes, localizada em Sintra.

Hoje foi partilhado um novo post no blog da livraria sobre Como Criar (e cumprir) o TBR, e se lerem tudo até ao final irão encontrar uma caixa para fazer a subscrição da Newsletter e ao fazerem isso, recebem gratuitamente um documento que poderão usar no planeamento da vossa TBR.

Espero vermos por lá, nos comentários, e divirtam-se com o planeamento da vossa TBR. Eu sei que vou usar o documento fornecido para a TBR de Março. Por isso esperem um post por aqui sobre tal assunto.

Social Media Links da Livraria Good Books:

Website | Instagram | Facebook | Youtube


Não se esqueçam de comentar, não sejam estranhos. Se tem alguma recomendação de livros que acham que deva ler podem enviar uma mensagem usando o formulário na página Contact Me.

Se desejarem juntarem-se a mim e serie convidados no blogue, escrevendo um post sobre um tema à vossa escolha, vejam a página Guests Post para saberem mais e para preparamos a sua visita.

Love,

Jess

Historical Romance, Reviews, Uncategorized

“Secrets of a Highland Warrior” Review

Hello Friends!

I bring you the last review of this Historical Romance series. It’s a review of the fourth and final novel.

Secrets of a Highland Warrior“, written by Nicole Locke, is the fourth book in The Lochmore Legacy series, published on Mat 1st 2019 by Harlequin Historical.

Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.


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The key to his past…

…lies with the enemy sharing his bed!

Part of The Lochmore Legacy: a Scottish castle through the ages! Rory Lochmore had expected to wage battle, to claim land and finally secure his standing within his clan… Instead he won a wife. A McCrieff wife. Their convenient marriage could unite the two long-feuding clans forever. But can a political alliance give way to a passion strong enough to stand the secrets of the past?

Purchase Links: Kobo | Amazon


About the Author

Nicole LockeNicole discovered her first romance novel in a closet, where her grandmother, the godmother in the romance black market, was hiding hundreds. Knowing her grandmother wouldn’t approve, Nicole hid in the closet to read them. It was only a matter of time before she was found out and given an offer she couldn’t refuse: enjoy them, but out in the living room please. Oh, and if she could go to the store and get a few more…. A few more? Nicole got two jobs.

Inexplicably, Nicole stopped reading romances (she blames her handsome university English professor, who she was trying and failing to impress). So she didn’t discover them again until, at work, where another black market book swap occurred. Instead of swapping for another forgettable book, Nicole chose a romance (which she still reads).

Needless to say, she didn’t return to work (good thing it was after 5:00 pm) and she didn’t immediately return home either. At that moment, she insists Etta James was singing “At Last”. It was only natural she’d start writing romances as well.

Currently, she lives in Seattle with her two completely opposite children, who if not for their birth certificates and their red hair, she’d argue they weren’t related, and her husband, who if not for his red hair, would have returned them.

Social Media Links: Website | Goodreads | Pinterest | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter


My Review

This is the last novel in the series and what a perfect ending. I have no idea if there is ever going to be s spinoff of this series, but if it ever happens, I will get very excited. I loved the concept of the entire series and for someone that, like me, hasn’t read a lot of books in some particular eras, like medieval times, this is a great opportunity to expand our knowledge.

There are a couple of things that I found out about myself thanks to reading Historical Romances, one is that I do love a good marriage of convenience story. So many possibilities of drama and excitement, and Nicole Locke brought us that.

Rory and Ailsa and their love story was one I was very curious about and I was not disappointed. The fact that we had to go back in time through out the books in this series until we could read this one was such an adventure. The feisty interactions and the melting moments… Learning more about this couple and seeing the relationship change as they grow closer.

I haven’t read many medieval era novels, compared to the amount of regency ones I have read, so I was very curious about the descriptions and the feel of this book. And I just loved it! It was as vivid as the previous ones. The way the setting was describe, as well as the characters and the society, it had this raw feel to it, maybe because of the time period.

It had drama, danger and mystery that gave the story some action and gave me the need to keep reading not even caring if it was 3 a.m. I love when a book grabs my attention in this way, and Nicole’s storytelling combined with the plot of the novel, was what was needed to keep me focus and forgetting I was tired.

Overall, this was an amazing ending for a series and I didn’t expect any less. Definitely a series I highly recommend, despite being it possible to read as a standalone, I would recommend the reader to follow the order of the books so they can experience the rollercoaster to it’s fullest, and so they can get to this story with much more excitement as the one they started with.


Don’t forget to comment, don’t be stranger. If you have any book recommendation you can leave a message using the form on my Contact Me page.

If you are an author or publisher and want me to do a review of a book please check out my Request Review page to learn more about the reviewing policies.

I always welcome new books to add to my list and I’m always excited to do reviews and read books. And I’m open to debate and exchange opinions, so let’s talk.

Also, if you would like to join me as a guest on my blog, check out the Guests Post page to know more and contact me so we can start planing your visit.

Love,

Jess

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Promo Post: “Nickel’s Luck”, by S. L. Matthews

Hello Friends!

Today is the release day of a very interesting book that I think you guys may want to check out.

Happy Release Day!

Nickel’s Luck“, written by S. L. Matthews, is a historical fiction novel.


Synopsis

513jBAWSKhL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_In the wake of disaster, would you leave your family to fulfill an old promise to a stranger?

Born with a permanent grin and natural charm, young Ryder Wheeler wanted to be a Pony Express rider just like his dime novel hero. In a coastal Texas town in the 1870s, it isn’t easy to turn cowboy, so Ryder relies on what he has—a strong will, a nickel’s worth of luck, and an inclination to take on any dare. Adored by all, he gains notoriety as the “luck child” of Indianola.

When Ryder’s abusive father goes too far, a hard-fisted cowboy intervenes, offering him a deal with one condition: He must leave his beloved town of Indianola behind. After peddling his luck for so long, will he make it as a cowboy at the Middle C Ranch?

As Ryder faces the consequences of his decision, the Mistress—the ocean Ryder loves to hate—tries once more to claim him. Can young Ryder best the storms in his path? Or will he lose his dream—and his town—forever?

Brimming with superstitious sailors, rugged cowboys, and catastrophic events, Nickel’s Luck is a coming-of-age tale that takes readers on an epic journey.

Purchase Link: Amazon


About the Author

S. L. Matthews is an 18th & 19th century living history reenactor, hobbyist photographer, and avid writer of the Victorian Era and the Old West.

She grew up in the past, weaving on a loom and producing period rifle and accoutrement straps for reenactors, museums, movies, and television worldwide. She bought a quarter horse in high school with her earnings. Now she weaves three-dimensional characters through unusual plots and focuses on stories largely untold through history.

When she’s not dressed in Victorian Era and Old West attire, you can find her outside photographing landscapes, nature, or living history, tackling her garden, scouting shops for old books and historical treasures, or playing with her Welsh Corgis.

S. L. Matthews is the author of Nickel’s Luck, “Ravens in the Graveyard” (in the Untamed West Anthology), “Lest We Forget” (in Bourbon and a Good Cigar: 52 Western Short Stories by Scott Harris), and “The Hourglass” (in Time to Myself: 52 Western Short Stories by Scott Harris). She lives in Sparta, Tennessee with her family.

Social Media Links: Website | Amazon | Instagram | Facebook


Don’t forget to comment, don’t be stranger. If you have any book recommendation you can leave a message using the form on my Contact Me page.

If you are an author or publisher and want me to do a review of a book please check out my Request Review page to learn more about the reviewing policies.

I always welcome new books to add to my list and I’m always excited to do reviews and read books. And I’m open to debate and exchange opinions, so let’s talk.

Also, if you would like to join me as a guest on my blog, check out the Guests Post page to know more and contact me so we can start planing your visit.

Love,

Jess