If The Shoe Fits (The Liberty Lawrence Series Book 3) by Bea Stevens – Review by Carrie Reed

If the Shoe Fits... (The Liberty Lawrence Series Book 3)If the Shoe Fits… by Bea Stevens
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If the Shoe Fits by Bea Stevens
Book 3 in The Liberty Lawrence series

Book three is just as great as the first two books! It seems Libby finds trouble no matter where she goes or what she does, which makes for an excellent read. You could read this as a standalone but I highly recommend reading all 3 books, you won’t be sorry.

After leaving book 2 I was nervous for James and Libby’s relationship, and although it seemed as if everything was on track, this book made me have some doubts for a minute due to the situations both were put in.

Libby finally gets to move departments and join the Woman Matters supplement for the paper she works for. She is extremely excited and from then on starts messing up royally when it comes to her new up tight and snotty boss. Poor Libby just doesn’t know when to keep her mouth shut. She also has to deal with Suzanne, James’ ex wife all of the sudden moving into his flat which puts some tension in their relationship. On top of everything else she starts getting threatening text messages.

When her new boss Valerie makes a bad deal with a shady man claiming to be the head of a clothing line, it is Libby and her new position that discovers he is a fake and a scam artist. Along with her best friend Cassie they determine who the fraud is and all the connections it has to Valerie, Libby’s past run ins and weirdly enough Suzanne.

Overall a great read! I didn’t want to give too much away because some parts i was surprised at what happened and who was behind it. I would not be opposed if there were a 4th book in this series. I love Libby’s character and reading about her relationship with James and all the drama she gets mixed up with.

View all my reviews

Little Do You Know (Bayou Devils MC #5) by A.M. Myers – Review by Tracy Manderson

Little Do You Know (Bayou Devils MC 5)Little Do You Know by A.M. Myers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Little Do You Know (Bayou Devils MC #5) by A.M. Myers

5 out of 5 stars

Little Do You Know is the fifth book in the Bayou Devils MC written by A.M. Myers and I have read every book in this series and they get better with each book. The characters are well written with strong opinions. This is a second chance love story MC style.

Noah LeBlanc is a brother of the Bayou Devils MC, he is also inmate 606 and he only wants two things his freedom and his girl.

Noah met Kady Sinclair In the sixth grade, she is the girl of his dreams. She was smart as a whip and challenged him at every turn and Noah wasted no time in winning her heart. They were inseparable until the club got in the way. A jealous competitor, carelessness and his own ambition cost him everything.

Now that he is released from prison, he’s determined to rebuild his life and find the one girl who has always owned his heart. The problem is no one has heard a word from her in seven long years. She has disappeared off the face of the earth.

Will Noah be able to find Kady? Will he get his second chance or is Kady lost to him forever? You will need to read this great book/series….


View all my reviews

The Chosen: Book One: The Orb Quest Series by Cari Schaeffer – Review by Anna Hirsch

The Chosen (The Orb Quest Series, #1)The Chosen by Cari Schaeffer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Chosen: Book One: The Orb Quest Series by Cari Schaeffer
4 Stars

Fate and destiny. Some say you make your own, others say it was written in the stars from before you were born. These four friends share unique physical characteristics which mark them as “ The Chosen”. They are destined to save the world. Everything they learned in history class is wrong. In a race against time, they need to relearn world history, manage their new powers and find some magical orbs, all while being hunted. Not too much to ask from teenagers, right?

As this is the first book in the Orb Quest series, the ending is open. Although it isn’t a cliffhanger, nothing is resolved. This book represents the start of their journey, the discovery of their powers and what they are capable of. Overall, I enjoyed the book. I did find parts to be a little slow but I understand everything needs to be explained, the author is setting a base for the rest of the series. There was enough action thrown in to keep it exciting. I think their powers are awesome. The characters are likeable and have a good rapport between each other. I have a feeling there is an attraction between Gemma and John and I don’t trust Tyler at all. There is something fishy about him. I’m curious to see what happens next so I’m looking forward to the next book.

Review by @annahirsch
View all my reviews

The Dirty Rooster by Kelly Mooney – Review by Heidi Eich Woodring

The Dirty RoosterThe Dirty Rooster by Kelly Mooney
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Kelly Mooney has given us the Dirty Rooster, a romance filled with wittiness, Deceit, angst, chemistry and growth of two amazing characters that have a way of growing on you, Preston and Summer. Hilton Head is there Preston loves spending his summers working at his family’s hotel bar called The Dirty Rooster. While not working he has the girls willing and able to jump in and out of his bed and when it comes to commitment, he runs. He has his dream and his trust fund and no room for any gold diggers in his life. From the outside, Preston seems like the “town whore” but deep down, he knows there is something missing in his life. He knows that his life cannot always be like this and he’s not sure where to start to get the life he wants on track. Then enters Summer!
Summer and her best friend Jenny come to Hilton Head to work, Summer us fresh out of college and has dreams and needs to money to make it all happen. Summer is the opposite of Preston, she wants a relationship and will not be anyone’s one night stand but also wants to have fun as this is her last summer to be carefree. She meets Preston and is not impressed at all with him, while Preston is thrown when he sees that Summer hasn’t fallen to his feet and he sees her as a challenge, and Preston loves a challenge.
This book, I was able to laugh, I was able to swoon, sometimes I got mad, but overall I simply loved this book. As being a new reader to this author, I can say I love her writing style and her attention to building strong characters. I will not hesitate to read more from her in the future!

View all my reviews

His First Lady by Avery Scott – Review by Debi Kircher

His First LadyHis First Lady by Avery Scott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

His First Lady by Avery Scott

5 Stars

This was my first book by this author and I sincerely enjoyed it. The storyline was different yet familiar if that makes sense. Some things were predictable yet I loved watching what I thought would happen happen, and then some things were not predictable and I loved those just as much.

I read this in one sitting because it was that easy to read and flowed beautifully. There was no added “fluff” making every word meaningful, and it was just such a sweet story and I can not wait to read more from this author. The characters were all great and some things that I thought might happen during this story, things that worried me did not ever happen and I’m so glad this author steered away from this drama that could have played out. That probably doesn’t make any sense, but if you read the book, you will understand.

I loved it and highly recommend it to anyone that wants to read a seriously good story that will have you experiencing all the feels

Can’t wait for more from this author!

Review by @debikircher

View all my reviews

Misfortune of Song: Druids Brooch Series: #5 By Christy Nicholas – Review by Sue Kemp

Misfortune of Song (Druid's Brooch #5)Misfortune of Song by Christy Nicholas
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Misfortune of Song
By Christy Nicholas

Misfortune of Song is the fifth book in the Druids Brooch series. This is another wonderful series that I feel many people will enjoy. Each of the books on this series can be easily read as standalone. This book is no different to the other books in the series, it is well written, and you will get to know the characters easy. You will find that this book moves at a good pace and the storyline flows perfectly. I do think that as the series carries on the characters in the books just keep getting better. Do you enjoy reading historical fiction books or fantasy books? If you answered yes, then you need to get your hands on this series.

View all my reviews

The Slip Series Collection By Gwyn McNamee – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

The Slip Series CollectionThe Slip Series Collection by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Star
The Slip Series Collection By Gwyn McNamee is a fun group of stories with just the right amount romance and humor along with some super steamy scenes. The characters are all well developed and loveable. I had a hard time putting them down once I started reading. There is some scenes that will have you fanning yourself because of the rising temperature. I highly recommend this book collection .I look forward to reading more from this Author.

View all my reviews

Yearning Young (Burning Britely, Book 2) by Deidre Huesmann – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Yearning Young (Burning Britely #2)Yearning Young by Deidre Huesmann
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Star
Yearning Young (Burning Britely Book 2)By Deidre Huesmann is an emotional read that will have you hooked from the beginning and doesn’t let you go to the end. I would recommend reading the first book in this series if you haven’t already as this one picks up where the first Book left off.This is told In Braeden’s POV. Braeden is a young adult who struggles with every day problems and is confused on who he is. Find out what happens next I highly recommend reading this book.

View all my reviews

The Chosen: Book One: The Orb Quest Series by Cari Shaeffer – Review by Candida Hopper

The Chosen (The Orb Quest Series, #1)The Chosen by Cari Schaeffer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Chosen: Book One: The Orb Quest Series
By Cari Shaeffer

This was a fun, adventurous, full of action story. I enjoyed the characters and how even though they are teenagers this book can be read by everyone. The author did an awesome job drawing me into the story and keeping me entertained. This book did a good job setting up for the next one in the series and I can’t wait to read it. I can’t say that I really have a favorite of the four yet but I’m sure as I get to know them better its bound to happen. I recommend this book it was definitely a good read the kind that once you start it’s hard to put down.

View all my reviews

Desperately Seeking Sixty-Nine: A Spicy Romantic Comedy About the Afterlife (The Green Room Chronicles Book 1) by J.D. Frettier – Review by Julie Lounello

Desperately Seeking Sixty-Nine (The Green Room Chronicles #1)Desperately Seeking Sixty-Nine by J.D. Frettier
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Desperately Seeking Sixty-Nine: A Spicy Romantic Comedy About the Afterlife (The Green Room Chronicles Book 1) by J.D. Frettier is a five star novel. This novel was completely unexpected and wonderful. The author takes us on a wonderful journey of what the afterlife could be like when Bonnie passes away on her birthday. In this afterlife, she realizes she can have pretty much anything she wants, including surgeries that don’t hurt making her body look back the way it did when she was younger. She spends the novel trying to find a way to connect again with her husband. I definitely recommend reading this book because of its great portrayal of the afterlife and it is a quick read!

Review by @julie-lounello
View all my reviews