Before the Dawn by Georgia Rose

“Before the Dawn,” is the aptly titled second book in Georgia Rose’s Grayson trilogy. After reading, “A Single Step,” a romance grounded in the tale of Emma Grayson, a capable heroine who had been broken by tragedy, I was intrigued by its other strand of dramatic adventure and fear, engendered by her boyfriend Trent’s workContinue reading “Before the Dawn by Georgia Rose”

Kings and Queens by Terry Tyler

Despite having already discovered that Terry Tyler is an excellent novelist I had a slight resistance to reading “Kings and Queens.” The idea of a contemporary parallel to the life of Tudor King Henry VIII was superb, but could it be achieved without too much awkwardly contrived plotting? Yes! All the significant players in theContinue reading “Kings and Queens by Terry Tyler”

Four contrasting books by Terry Tyler, Jan Ruth, N A Granger and Steve Bridger

Round and Round by Terry Tyler       Have you ever wondered what might have happened if you had done things differently, taken that job abroad, studied harder or married your first love?  Well in Terry Tyler’s new novella, “Round and Round,” heroine Sophie does just that.  As she approaches her dreaded 40th birthdayContinue reading “Four contrasting books by Terry Tyler, Jan Ruth, N A Granger and Steve Bridger”

An Independent Woman by Frances Evesham

From the first few lines of, “An Independent Woman,” I knew that I would enjoy this book. The scene of a poor area of London is set, the clothing is of the Victorian era and Philomena, the heroine has our sympathy as she is already threatened by an evil foe. The fast moving plot involvesContinue reading “An Independent Woman by Frances Evesham”