Once Upon A Decade: Tales of the Fifties offers a diverse collection of short stories. They broach such subjects as segregation, young love, homophobia, navy life, adventure and teen mischief. As with any collection of short stories, there were some I truly enjoyed and others I did not.
The Next Thing I Knew is an interesting YA paranormal novel. Seventeen-year-old, protagonist Lucy Morgan wakes up to discover she and everyone else on the planet are ghosts.
The New Death and others is an interesting collection of short stories and poems. As with any collection of stories, I liked some of them, hated a few and others were just OK for me. Two memorable ones were “How the Isle of Cats Got Its Name” and “Weary Love”
The Companion of Lady Holmeshire reminded me of a Jane Austen novel. Set in the Victorian period, it tells the tale of Miss Emma Carrington, an orphaned child, raised in the home of the Squire Carrington.
This was an entertaining delightful chick-lit novel. The women of Vista Heights are your typical upper class suburban Moms, with all the problems and insecurities one would expect. Bathey, perfectly details the women and the world they live in.
Cross is T.S. Worley’s debut novel in the paranormal and urban fantasy realm, delivers. It is a fresh, outrageous look at vampires and werewolves. Cross is the starting point of what is sure to be an exciting new series.