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Cover Reveal: James Games by L. A. Rose


Every year, the girls of Phi Delpha Chi, Fiona Arlett’s dream sorority, hold a competition.

The prize?

James Reid, king size bar of eye candy and famous actor turned haughty undergrad.

The rules?

No girl but the winner can touch him.

The problem?

Fiona miiight have unknowingly banged his brains out last week.

Losing the competition may mean wearing a chicken suit to the sexiest Halloween costume contest, but she’d rather have feathers up her butt than let the truth out.

Unfortunately, she and James have lots in common and more chemistry than the science wing. Soon they’re sneaking around behind the backs of UCSD’s hottest and most vengeful girls.

If they find out?

Fiona’s screwed.

Book Features

Book Spotlight: Who Am I? by Megan Cyrulewski

Who am I

Megan Cyrulewski is an ordinary person who has faced extraordinary challenges and now wants to inspire people and show them that hope gives them the power to survive anything. Who Am I? is about her journey into post-partum depression, anxiety disorder, panic attacks, visits to the psych ward, divorce, domestic violence, law school, and her courageous struggle to survive with her sanity intact—and how a beautiful little girl emerged from all this chaos.

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About Megan Cyrulewski
Megan Cyrulewski has been writing short stories ever since she was ten-years-old.  Eventually she settled into a career in the non-profit sector and then went back to school to get her law degree.  While she was in school, she documented her divorce and child custody battle in her memoir, Who Am I? How My Daughter Taught Me to Let Go and Live Again, which was released on August 2, 2014.  Megan lives in Michigan with her 3-year-old daughter who loves to dance, run, read, and snuggle time with Mommy.  Megan also enjoys her volunteer work with Troy Youth Assistance as the Fundraising Chair on the Board of Directors.




Book Reviews

Book Review: Untraditional Love in The Dark by Victoria Warren Jackson


Untraditional Love in the Dark

Victoria Warren Jackson

Publication Date: June 14, 2012

4 Stars=Great Page Turner 

Samantha is a woman that many women can relate to especially being unlucky in love.  After going through the ups and downs of dating Samantha thinks she’s found the one in Isaac. But there is something about him she can’t put her finger on until after the wedding ring is on her finger. Daring to discover why her prince is no longer charming; Samantha soon finds waiting longer for real love may not have been so bad.

Untraditional Love in the Dark is a book that most women will be able to relate while following Samantha as she reminisces about past loves, relationships and having to deal with problems in her marriage. Reader’s hearts will go out to Samantha as I found myself cheering her on hoping she would rise above it all.

This book was well written that will pull into the story as if you were right there with the main character. I enjoyed Untraditional Love in the Dark and recommend it to others.

This book was provided by the author for review purposes only.

Reviewed by Tracy Cooper

Book Reviews

Book Review: Sister Surrendered by Darla M. Grese

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Sister Surrendered

Darla M. Grese

Publication Date: April 10, 2014

3 Stars=Okay Page Turner

What do you do when you’ve lost your best friend? When this happens tell her story so she is never forgotten. Darla M. Grese does just that in Sister Surrendered. Darla shares her twin sister, Kelli’s story in hopes of helping another person going through the same struggle. Sister Surrendered tells the story of the bond between two sisters that was broken because of mental illness.

This book explains how Kelli reached out for help only to be turned away and her healthcare benefits fail her. Kelli’s health and mental state start to diminish and Darla tries to convince her sister to get help but after all is said and done it ends up being too late. Kelli is gone.

This book tugged at my heart strings but also gave me a level of frustration because I realized as I was reading that Kelli and Darla’s situation could have been avoided. I applaud this author for sharing her sister’s story because I know it caused her distress. It is a story that needed to be told and I hope it opens the eyes of healthcare providers as to the improving their management of veteran’s benefits and patient care.

This book was provided by the author for review purposes only.

Reviewed by Teresa Beasley