Entries by Amanda

Euphoric Wonderland by Ryan M. Becker Reviewed by Amanda Meady

Euphoric Wonderland: An Eclectic Collection of Psychedelic Poetry to Stimulate the Senses and Open the Mind by Ryan M. Becker My rating: 4 of 5 stars The author has a talent for blending the relatable and the bizarre. I found myself experiencing emotions from different times in my life as I read different poems. The […]

As Close to Perfect by Maria Jane – Review by Amanda Meady

As Close to Perfect by Maria Jane My rating: 4 of 5 stars This easy to read romantic story brought me back to my single, college days. The author did an amazing job balancing relatable heartbreak with the perfect love story, while mixing in just enough doubt. The uncertainty and skepticism throughout the book was […]

Exiled South by Harriet Cannon Review by Amanda M.

Exiled South by Harriet Cannon My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book was intriguing in that it pulled you in as if you were part of the family trying to find answers. The author’s character building provides enough detail to imagine each character while still allowing reader interpretation. Through time and across miles, stories […]

Fall to Pieces by Becky Flade

Fall to Pieces by Becky Flade My rating: 4 of 5 stars This was a great dramatic story with love intertwined with sadness and loneliness on several levels. The author did a wonderful job at developing a core group of characters who the readers can’t help but invest their own feelings and emotions into. I […]

Still Taking Chances by Roz Lee – review by Amanda Meady

Still Taking Chances by Roz Lee My rating: 4 of 5 stars The author does a great job giving the reader an erotic glimpse into the complex and intriguing relationship between a Domme and sub. The relationship between MaryBeth and Elgin shows a level of trust that most relationships never reach. The author’s description of […]

Silent Gavel by Merissa Racine – Review by Amanda Meady

Silent Gavel by Merissa Racine My rating: 4 of 5 stars This wonderful storyline examines a mystery intertwined with the justice system. One minute I felt like I knew what would come next only to be surprised by a twist in the story. The characters were well written and easy to visualize throughout the book. […]

Home to The Outback by Nicole Flockton – Review by Amanda Meady

Home to the Outback by Nicole Flockton My rating: 4 of 5 stars Flockman managed to develop characters that were relatable to anyone who’s spent time in a small town within an unbelievably short amount of time. Bunya Junction became a place I wanted to visit almost immediately. My emotions shifted with the storyline from […]

Manifested Dreams by Yvonne Johnson – Review by Amanda Meady

Manifested Dreams by Yvonne Johnson This book is an account of what any African American family may have, and likely did, face through the years. Through the use of family letters, the reader has a brief understanding of how things have changed and improved from generations ago. The book was impactful but also a quick […]

Check Out by Debra Parmley – Review by Amanda Meady

Check Out by Debra Parmley Betsy and Nash’s chance encounter and the possibilities for their relationship kept me coming back every time I put the book down. Debra Parmley found a way to leave me curious about how their relationship may or may not develop throughout the book. While Betsy and Nash were the main […]