“All Flowers Bloom” by Kawika Guillermo

“All Flowers Bloom,” by Kawika Guillermo, is a time travel romance novel that brings freshness to the genre. It’s about the undying love of one soul for another, and the various ways they encounters each other during the many lives they live. This unique premise sets the stage for an unforgettable poetic odyssey of past lives. … More “All Flowers Bloom” by Kawika Guillermo

“Honor Bound” by Athena Ryals

“Honor Bound” by Athena Ryals is an action novel following a family going up against a crime syndicate who has kidnapped one of their own. It takes place after the United States has collapsed into anarchy and most people live at the mercy of these syndicates. In addition to being the first book in a new series, “Honor Bound” is also the author’s debut novel. … More “Honor Bound” by Athena Ryals

“The Secret of Rosalita Flats” by Tim W. Jackson

“The Secret of Rosalita Flats,” by Tim W. Jackson, is the perfect paradise to sweep you away. Jackson’s novel has all the ingredients you need if you’re looking for great escapism, good plotting, and interesting characters and relationships found in this humorous romantic suspense story. The author writes with a sense of humor that lends itself well to the themes of sand, surf, and tropical sensuality. … More “The Secret of Rosalita Flats” by Tim W. Jackson

“Kamikaze: A Novel of the Mongol Invasions of Japan” by Jeanne Blanchet

A story set during the reign of Mongol overlord Kublai Khan. “Kamikaze: A Novel of the Mongol Invasions of Japan” could have easily been written as a straight history, but I think that by twisting it just slightly so as to make it a work of fiction, Blanchet is able to appeal to a wider range of readers. … More “Kamikaze: A Novel of the Mongol Invasions of Japan” by Jeanne Blanchet

“The Opium Lord’s Daughter” by Robert Wang

“The Opium Lord’s Daughter” tells the story of Su-Mei. She is the first daughter and oldest child of Lee Shao Lin, one of the largest and most influential opium traders in China.
“The Opium Lord’s Daughter” is told from multiple perspectives, which allows readers to understand both the Chinese and English attitudes toward the opium trade. It is obvious that Wang spent an extensive amount of time researching the history of this period. … More “The Opium Lord’s Daughter” by Robert Wang