Thursday, May 28, 2015

Cover Reveal!!

The Delmar Shark Chronicles: Breach (Book 4)


Prince Mako Delmar lives life at breakneck speed - adventurous, a daredevil, reckless.  He loves a good adrenaline rush, especially when it involves ditching his royal bodyguards. 

He expects a holiday chock full of thrills when he travels to South Africa and comes face-to-face with the ultimate in high adventure – breaching Great White Sharks.  What he doesn’t count on is crossing paths with the lovely American heiress, Harlow Karnes, whose beauty and charm pit Mako against his friends and distract him from the things he loves most.  But he soon learns that people are not always what they seem.

After a series of unexpected events, Mako is forced to reconsider his impulsive lifestyle, but is it too late?

What early readers are saying about the fourth novel in the Delmar Shark Chronicles series:
Couldn't put it down!

Publication date for Breach will be May 30th.
Visit author Heidi Peltier's website at for ordering information.

Sunday, May 24, 2015

I am so excited to announce the new covers for Run and Stand. Also I will have a cover release for Redemption - the final book in the Charlotte Marshall Mystery series - on June 10th. I also have a release date for Redemption, July 21, 2015.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

The Lanvin Murders Review

4 out of 5 stars

The Lanvin Murders is my first book buy Angela Sanders. It took me a few chapters to really get into the story, but once I was into it I couldn't  put it down! I loved the main character Joanna. She owns a vintage clothing story and in many ways lives in the past frequently dressing in vintage clothing and with no cell phone or computer. I liked the supporting characters, especially Apple. The mystery really kept me guessing and the ending was a surprise. I would definitely recommend The Lanvin Murders.


Saturday, May 9, 2015

Aunt Bessie Assumes Review

3 out of 5 stars

This was a free read I picked up from Amazon. The writing is good and the characters are cute, but it didn't really draw me. It felt a bit too much like a stereotypical cozy. Single older woman finds a dead body, befriends the investigating officer, and never gets in trouble for questioning witnesses and going to the crime scene. If you are a fan of cozies you probably would like it, but I don't think I will be reading any more in this series.


Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Innocent in Las Vegas Review

4 out of 5 stars

Innocent in Las Vegas is a fun mystery that had me laughing out loud. I would definitely read more in this series. Tiffany Black is a blackjack dealer who just got her first case as a PI from an old high school friend. As she stumbles her way through the investigation she uncovers affairs, blackmail, and card counting. With the help of a new friend Stone and a few cupcakes along the way she'll figure out whodunit.
Innocent in Las Vegas is well written and fun. There were a few typos that were somewhat distracting, but overall it was enjoyable and well worth the read.