Gray Daze, A Lance Underphal Mystery by Micheal Allan Scott


This is the third book in this series. It’s the only one i’ve read and I had no problem following this great story.

Lance Underohal is a psychic who has recently found fame by helping the police solve crimes. A friend of Lance’s is Jake, a PI who is an ex seal with connections to get things done. Their significant others. Callie, a realtor and possible girlfriend of Lance, takes center stage when she knows something is wrong with her uncle in another state. Lance is supposed to be helping her but gets caught up in his own problems. Jake steps in to assist her.

On the surface Callie’s uncles death is easily explained. An old guy dying from natural causes. This never sits right with Callie. As Lance gets through his distracting legal problems he is haunted by Callie’s dead uncle and other terrible things he can’t finger out.

The author included some sexual scenes and storylines which I felt were a distraction from the story. This is a great book and doesn’t need anything extra to keep you interested. It is a series so it may be needed to tie aspects of the series together. As a stand alone book the story is intense and exciting without the sexual content.

Nothing is what it seems in this book. A number of involved intertwining stories take place in Grey Daze. This style of storytelling makes it a page turner. Dead or alive you can’t escape your past.


Source: Triumph

Everyone has one life.

No guarantees come with this life.

Life is not perfect or easy.

Life is what you make it.

Make it great.

Never give up on this life.

Triumph over it.

Now you are living.

You must triumph everyday.

Then make your life an example so all can learn what it is to triumph over life no matter what life gives you.


imageSource: Tender

I can still feel the tender touch of my moms hand comforting me when I was a child.   When an ear infection kept us both up all night her loving tender touch made all the difference.   Just like I remember the smell of her favorite  perfume, TABU.  I remember her wonderful tender touch.   I was blessed with a great mom who you gave me so much in so many ways.   She had a hard life. While being tender she was able to teach me how to deal with life. You keep going no matter what.  I did my best to pass these things on to my son.  I believe I was successful.

A Bend In The Willow by Susan Clayton-Goldner 

image⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️A Bend In The Willow by Susan Clayton-Goldner. Published by TIRGEARR Publishing. I would like to thank the author and publisher for my complimentary copy of this novel in exchange for my own voluntary unbiased opinion.

Life is hard. No one knows that better than the main character, Robin Lee Carter. She is a young girl in the 1950’s. Her home is in a small town named Wildwood, Kentucky. She endures many different types of abuse. The family struggles financially to get by. Robin Lee’s mom, who is her rock, makes it paramount that daughter will have what she needs to have a wonderful life as an adult. Eventually her moms dreams for her come true. A new state. A new name. Her past life and present life collide when her little boy is fighting for his life

All of the characters are well developed. The plot is original. It moves quickly using flashbacks when necessary. This is an involved story which is easy to follow

I love this novel. Once I started it I just wanted to read the entire book straight threw but life gets in the way. A true page turner.