Julia’s Journey: A Review

After reading the first book of the series, Coming Home Again, and reviewing it, the author contacted me and asked if I would proofread the sequel. I was more than happy to do it for her and I’m glad I had the opportunity. I’m excited to announce that today Julia’s Journey is now available on Amazon! To get you a little more interested, here’s a review about the book. Well, after the description of the book.

About the Book

Are you ready for an adventure? Well, to be honest, Julia Thorton wasn’t ready either! When she finds herself kidnapped, Julia holds on for dear life as an unexpected journey turns her life upside down on a long, winding road of craziness. Julia and her partner in crime, Greyson Stone, set out into the unknown and discover more than either was prepared for…
Haunted woods where scarecrows don’t care who they chase, mugshots from an unexpected arrest, a rocking Bleu Streak concert, great food and abundant wisdom being dished out at a little café with a familiar name—Lulu’s Café, flounder gigging with a toothless old man, and a night on the town with a zombie are just a few stops along the way of this wacky journey.
Can Julia and Greyson make it to the end of the road trip in one piece? Here’s hoping you’ll find out soon.

Characters: 1/1

I fell in love with Greyson the moment he showed up in book one. Continue reading


Coming Home Again: A review

About the Book

I’ve lost myself. Where did I go? Can I find myself? I just don’t know…
Savannah Monroe dances with demons from a complicated past.
Families believe ghosts can be well hidden deep in the ancestral closet, but forget all too easily that those ghosts haunt with abandon. Savannah has to face each one of hers as she heads home again to Bay Creek, South Carolina, after running away over five years ago. The closer she gets to home, the clearer the realization becomes that some skeletons need to be dealt with and properly buried.
Mature content due to subject matter dealing with rape.

Book Review


Savannah is a troubled young woman trying to find her way through her horrific past. At times, the content was disturbing, but only detailed and a little more graphic than I would have liked in one instance. The first couple chapters are hard to read as we get to know Savannah in a personal way. The book is written in first person and is basically just Savannah telling the story as the thoughts randomly come to her head. Different, but very effective. Continue reading