The Fisher Men X My Heart (The Fisher Men Book 1) by Rebel Nicks O’Dey – Review by Robin Rankin

The Fisher Men X My HeartThe Fisher Men X My Heart by Rebel Nicks O’Dey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Fisher Men X My Heart: Book 1 by Rebel Nicks O’Dey had me from the very beginning. I read a lot and enjoy most of what I read, this book is one of the best books I have read in a while. Not sure what it was that caused such strong feelings but I loved this book.

Samantha grew up with the Fisher boys who lived next door. They went from being the hot boys next door to being her whole world one fateful night. Each one of the boys took care of her in a different way, but one had her heart.

I wasn’t sure which one of the brothers it was going to be for a while but I think she ended up with the right one. If only every girl had a Fisher family next door.

This is the first book I have read by this author, my only regret is not finding her sooner. I have already added her other books to my TBR list, now to find the time to move them up on the list.

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Shattered Melody: A romantic suspense novella by Amy McKinley – Review by Maura Harper

Shattered MelodyShattered Melody by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

You know how sometimes you just want a quick and addicting read without all the extra details that make books longer? SHATTERED MELODY is the perfect book that does just that. It has 1 fade to black sex scene so I could recommend this to my elderly friend’s book club. It has breathtaking suspense, back ground characters who don’t take up any extra time and a clever cat who knows to stay away from the cold.

I read this story in about 30 minutes as it’s only about 60 pages long. Like I said it is quick and right to the point.

I’ve always enjoyed this author’s writing and will continue to read and recommend the stories they write.

Definitely read this quick story, you won’t be disappointed.

Review by @mauraharper
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Aiko (The Heartstrings Series Book 1) by Brooke May – Review by Michelle Mulvey

AikoAiko by Brooke May
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Aiko – A Heartstrings Novel by Brooke May was a 4 star read for me. The book was about Cupid and his angels he has chosen to find love for humans. Aiko has had the worst possible luck in helping humans find love. She was recently found in the park watching a man name Alejandro make a fool of himself begging a woman not to walk away from him.
Well Aiko is called home by mother who really isn’t her mother but, is Cupid’s right-hand angel who acts like the mother. Brielle is the sweet loving mother figure of the sisters.
When Aiko speaks with Briella she finds out she can now take on assignments…her next assignment is Alejandro Gomez.
Aiko feels like she is fighting a losing battle with this guy. She has seen him in action and knows this will be a lot of work.
Aiko finds two possible women for Al to date. One is a perfect match and the other she is using to show Al the difference. Will Aiko be able to pull this off or will Al end up either with the wrong woman or possibly single? Aiko is being trusted with this task because Cupid and Briella both believe in her.

Review by @xchellex

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Aiko (The Heartstrings Series Book 1) by Brooke May – Review by Anna Hirsch

AikoAiko by Brooke May
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Aiko ( The Heartstrings Series Book 1) by Brooke May
4 Stars

This was a cute story. I think the concept was very original. It’s about Aiko, who is a Cupid, needing to help Alejandro get together with the woman he is meant to be with. Alejandro, who is very good looking, has no clue when it comes to women. He is Aiko’s first case in forty years. She was exiled because she caused the worst tragedies in human history. Needless to say, this lead to some comical moments. I found the story to be entertaining with the twist of an unsuccessful cupid. The story is fun, light and filled with likeable characters.

Review by @Anna Hirsch
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Aiko (The Heartstrings Series Book 1) by Brooke May – Review by Mirela Ruiz

AikoAiko by Brooke May
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Aiko by Brooke May was a sweet and comical quick read! I would give this book a 4 out of 5 stars. I could not stop thinking of Murphy’s Law while reading this book. Anything that could go wrong did go wrong for Aiko and Alejandro. Aiko slowly reveals her past and I could not stop my mind from trying to connect dots. I kept my fingers crossed for Alejandro the whole time!

Reviewed by @mruiz

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Scarlet Fever (A Johnny Delarosa Thriller Book 1) by David Stever – Review by Erica Fish

Scarlet Fever: A Crime ThrillerScarlet Fever: A Crime Thriller by David Stever
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Scarlet Fever by David Stever is the first book in the Johnny Delarosa Thriller series. David Stever writing style in this book reminded me of an old time thriller where you know what is going to happen but you still can’t believe it happened. His characters are fully developed and has a clout around their personality that he created. The story is a simple story of missing money, mafia, and a detective. Claire wants Johnny to find her the money from her mob-wife mother that was stolen. Will Johnny take the case? Will Claire get what is coming to her nor will everything go wrong? You will be waiting on the edge of your kindle to see how this one ends.

Michael’s Heart by Lori Thomas Harrington – Review by Carrie Reed

Michael's HeartMichael’s Heart by Lori Thomas Harrington
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Michael’s Heart by Lori Thomas Harrington

This one is a doozy. The way the story is written and the characters is fantastic.

Colbie dies, and when she does, she meets Michael. When she wakes back up she has to figure out her next steps in life. Colbie starts to struggle with finding her music because of her longing for Michael. Although it is painful for her to leave Michael she can feel him in her heart. He gives her the inspiration to write. Colbie meets another man eventually and starts to develop feelings for him, but in the back of her mind, she can’t forget Michael.

This story has everything you could want in a book, romance, tears and happiness. I would definitely recommend this book!

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Moves by John Michaels – Review by Lisa Brydalski

MovesMoves by John Michaels
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Moves by John Michaels tells the story of Robert Jake, Disc Jockey and former military man. Having survived an attack that killed 18 of his men in a war zone all Jake is trying to do is live a normal life, doing his job and taking care of his teenaged daughter. Unfortunately, the death of a District Attorney and two women change the course of his life. Is the killer trying to pin the murders on Jake or is the killer trying to protect Jake using a sadistic game of chess?
Moves is the first book I have read by this author and while I was confused in the beginning this story dragged me in to it in no time flat. I’m glad I took a chance and now I have one more author to add to my one click buy list.

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Proper Irish (Jaded Lily Book 1) by Zeia Jameson – Review by Karyn Taylor

Proper Irish (Jaded Lily #1)Proper Irish by Zeia Jameson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Proper Irish is the fantastic first book in the Jaded Lily series by Zeia Jameson. I had not previously read any of this authors work and I have to hand it to her, I absolutely loved this book. If this first book in the series is anything to go by then this series is going to be right up there among my favourites.
The story centres around Stella Rosencourt who as an events planner is planning a St Patrick’s Day event for the local mayor who originates from Ireland. Unfortunately the mayor’s wife is a complete bitch and making Stella’s life hell. Add to that the mayor’s son Padraig has taken an immediate dislike to Stella. When Stella asks for Padraig’s help to make the event as authentically Irish as possible sparks are soon flying between the 2. As much as they dislike each other, they can’t deny the attraction.
I loved this story and devoured it all in one sitting. Padraig and Stella are amazing characters who are very well written. Padraig comes across as very abrupt and unpleasant to begin with but we soon get to see the much softer, charitable side of him. The interactions between the 2 can be quite entertaining to say the least. The secondary characters add a lot to the story. In particular I loved Padraig’s mum Moira. We are also introduced to Stella’s best friend Kerry and Padraig’s friend Luca who runs the tattoo shop, Jaded Lily, who seem to have hit it off too.
I already have the next book Proper Ink, which is Luca and Kerry’s story on my kindle and I can’t wait to dive in. If it’s anything like this book then I’m sure I’ll be loving that one too.

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The Fire God Tour (Moore Family Saga Book 3) By Michele Sims – Review by Laura Furuta

The Fire God Tour (Moore Family Saga, #3)The Fire God Tour by Michele Sims
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Fire God Tour (Moore Family Saga Book 3)
By: Michele Sims
5 out of 5 stars

The story The Fire God Tour (Moore Family Saga Book 3) by Michele Sims is a book I loved reading. Not only is the storyline wonderful it has amazing characters. It pulled me in right from the beginning and I didn’t want to put the book down until I had finished the last page. I loved reading about the characters of Miles Moore and Bella Wahlberg. Miles is the international hip-hop sensation “Ari.” He is obsessed with fire and is a wonderful singer, musician, and lyricist. He is also finding himself attracted to Bella. Bella is a woman who is good at her job as the chief of marketing for Miles. She is an asset to Miles company. She is also finding herself with an attraction to him. She has a fear of fire; he has called her the Ice Queen. Feelings and emotions being felt by both. Will they take a chance on a relationship? What does the future hold for Bella and Miles? Read this book to find out. This story has some moments of suspense when I wondered what would happen next. I also enjoyed the bantering back and forth between Mile and Bella. There are scenes that are romantic and emotional. It is great to read about the characters that have been brought forward from the other books in the series as well as the new characters. Don’t’ miss out on a wonderful story that has unforgettable characters. Highly recommended reading.

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