Review: Best Friends with Benefits by Candy Sloane

Best Friends with Benefits by Candy Sloane
Series: Most Likely To (# 1)
Release Date: March 14, 2016
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Pages: 220
Source: book provided by the publisher for review



Valerie Barkin and Alec Rogers survived bullies, awful parents, and seriously shitty social standing the only way best friends can—together. But with the unexpected sexual tension suddenly flaring between them, surviving their ten-year high school reunion might be a different story…

Val hasn’t changed.


Review: Telling Fortunes by Benita Huffman

Telling Fortunes by Benita Huffman
Series: Cedar Springs Psychic (# 1)
Release Date: August 4, 2015
Publisher:  self published
Pages: 256
Source:  book provided by the auhtor for review



Psychic Cassie James can no longer use her talents to find missing women, but an ordinary desk job in her Tennessee hometown doesn’t solve her problems, either. The church-going cousin who raised her plans to save Cassie’s soul, and ten-year-old Nate hopes she’ll replace the mother who abandoned him.


Try It Tuesday: Morpilot Portable USB Mini Humidifier


Portable USB Mini Humidifier
Manufacturer: Morpilot
Weight/Size: 1.7 x 1.7 x 5.9 inches; 1.8 ounces
Source: product provided by the manufacturer for review

  • Mini Portable Humidifier – Ideal for Office, Rooms, Traveling, Car – Small enough to take it with you wherever you go, available in four colors: red, blue, white and green.
  • Good for Healthy – Microporous Atomization, added moisture in the air can soothe dry skin – also your face, hands and lips – Alleviate Allergies and Dryness, Relieves Cold & Flu Symptoms
    Convenient USB Charging – Plugs into any USB power source including PC & Portable Phone Chargers & Power Banks – Power Supply Voltage DC5V – Safe
  • New Design – Comes with water container that keeps water clean from dust and lint – Also fits for glass and bottles when travelling
  • Available for the water supply in a cup or a bottle & anywhere USB power ports.

Try It Tuesday: Tom America INC Silver Portable MP4 Player


Tom America INC Silver Portable MP4 Player MP3 Player Video Player with Photo Viewer, E-Book Reader, Voice Recorder + 16 GB Micro SD
Manufacturer: Tom America INC
Weight: 2.4 ounces
Size: 4.1 x 2.2 x 1.7 inches
Source: Product provided by the manufacturer for review

16 GB Micro SD card included. But when you use this MP3, you can exchange the card randomly.
Warranty and Tech Support only Handled by Tom America INC.
Supports playback of MP3 and video in AMV format
Memory ( External): up to 16 GB Micro SD card (included)
Easy handling with “Plug and Play”
Charging time about 3-4 hours while MP4 is in the status of “ON”
Built-in Li-ion battery, charged via USB cable to the PC or wall socket adapter
Image Viewing: JPG, GIF, BMP
E-book function (txt compatible)
– Play Modes: Normal, Folder, Repeat, Replay
– Languages: German, English, French, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Chinese.


Try It Tuesday: Morning Pep Almond Flour


Almond Flour
Manufacturer: Morning Pep
Weight: 5.3 lbs
Source: product provided by the manufacturer for review

Morning Pep’s Blanched almond flour made from skinless almonds that have been finely ground, Are the perfect gluten substitute which tastes and feels like wheat. Morning Pep Almond Meal/Flour is made from skinless blanched whole almonds. It lends a moist texture and rich, buttery flavor to cakes, cookies, muffins, sweet breads and a host of other desserts, It is also superb as a breading for meats and vegetables.


Review: Sarah Sunshine by Merry Farmer

Sarah Sunshine by Merry Farmer
Series: Montana Romance (# 2.5)
Release Date: August 13, 2013
Publisher: self published
Pages: 126
Source: book provided by author for review



Cold Springs, Montana, 1896

After five years working at the saloon, Sarah Withers is a free woman. The shame of her past is behind her and nothing but blue skies lie ahead. But when her plans to become a respectable woman collapse under the weight of old wounds and fresh battles, her worst fears seem realized.


Review: Egyptian Voyage by TJ Michaels

Egyptian Voyage by TJ Michaels
Series: Torris Tarrot
Release Date: December 1, 2013
Publisher: Bent West
Pages:  208
Source: book provided by the author for review



An overworked undercover agent desperately in need of rest, Chrysalyn Geyer couldn’t have been more miffed with her boss. What was she supposed to do on a mandatory three month vacation? Stuck on a private residence cruise ship, she tried to prepare herself for what was sure to be pure boredom.


Review: Pieces of Truth by Angela Richardson

Pieces of Truth by Angela Richardson
Series: Pieces of Lies (# 2)
Release Date: May 12, 2013
Publisher: Angela Richardson
Pages: 218
Source: book provided by the author for review



In the sequel to Pieces of Lies, we follow Norah and Clint to New York, the playground for the Lappell and Big Joe.

From the outside, everything looks great for Norah and Clint. They have a new apartment, new jobs, a new life. Everything looks perfect… or is it?


Review: Janelle’s Time by Dayna Leigh Cheser

Janelle’s Time by Dayna Leigh Cheser
Series:  Time series (# 1)
Release Date:  July 15, 2012
Publisher:  Amazon Digital Services
Pages:  266
Source: book provided by author for review

JANELLE’S TIME, SET IN 1830’s NEW HAMPSHIRE Janelle’s Time is the epic story of the great love between a New Hampshire farmer’s daughter, Janelle LeDuc, and the son of an English Duke, Richard Grayson. From her father’s death in a logging accident to barely surviving the birth of twin daughters, Janelle makes it difficult for Richard to protect her, but not on purpose.


Review: A Summer Mending Fences by Rowena Jaye

A Summer Mending Fences by Rowena Jaye
Release Date: September 3, 2012
Publisher:  RJ Publishing
Pages: 190
Source:  book provided by the author for review

Buying a holiday home in France was something which Penelope had wanted to do for years, but when it finally happens the experience doesn’t go as smoothly as anticipated.
Trouble starts when Penelope’s boyfriend leaves her for the attractive French woman living next door. On top of the chaotic situation developing abroad, Penelope has family and work issues at home to deal with and a pressing need to re-organise her life – including the distinct lack of any romantic prospects.