A Visit with Tabetha Waite

Today I’m excited to welcome Tabetha Waite to the Creekside Café. Tabetha is a small-town girl from Missouri who has written several historical romances. Welcome to Eastern North Carolina via the internet. Tabetha: Thanks for your generous offer to host me, it’s so sweet of you. Sherri: Not at all, I love discovering and talking to new authors. Though you’re not exactly new, you have … Continue reading A Visit with Tabetha Waite

Audiobook Review When a Scot Ties the Knot

When a Scot Ties The Knot by Tessa Dare, Read by Carmen Rose Another Chirp audiobook. I forgot how good a story-teller Tessa Dare is, but When a Scot Ties The Knot reminded me of why I love her books. Madeline Gracechurch and Logan McKenzie step out of the pages and into our hearts as their story is brought to life through Carmen Rose’s gentle … Continue reading Audiobook Review When a Scot Ties the Knot

Rebel

Rebel: Women Who Dare by Beverly Jenkins, Narrated by Kim Staunton Women of strength and courage make history, forge nations and make a difference. Ms. Beverly Jenkins is a genius at building characters and setting them in familiar places and times, and showing what true courage looks like. Reconstruction in New Orleans, or any place in the south, was hardly a romantic time period for … Continue reading Rebel

Tight Rope

by Amanda Quick narrated by Nina Alvaman Amalie Vaughn defied a murderer once. As a former trapeze artist, Amalie is used to taking chances. The inn she and her aunt open at Burning Cove seems like less of a risk that most she’s taken but it soon becomes her biggest risk of all. A killer robot, a handsome stranger and a murderer’s accomplice all show … Continue reading Tight Rope