Loving Jake (Almost Perfect Series Book 1) by Lisa Lanay – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Loving Jake (Almost Perfect Series Book 1)Loving Jake by Lisa Lanay
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Star
Loving Jake (Almost Perfect Series Book 1) by Lisa Lanay is a book I absolutely loved. I literally locked myself in a room to not be disturbed while reading. I got lost in the pages, the story for me flowed and the characters are simply amazing they are relatable and very well developed. This is my first read by this Author but definitely not my last. Jake and Kimberly both of them at times frustrated me to the point where I wanted slap them but at other times they both pulled at my heartstrings. Kimberly is Greg’s sister and he is Jake’s friend which means she was off limits, but she has been in love with him since forever and everyone knew it . Jake is back in town to take care of his grandfather . He’s ata friends party and is in need of a place to stay. So he ends up at Kimberly’s ( Kim) house. There is no denying the attraction between these two, but his past is keeping him from moving forward. These two hook up and definitely raises the temperature in the room. Can he leave the past where it belongs and move forward? Can these two have a future together? Can they help each other? Find out what happens next in this absolute must read Book that I can’t recommend enough. I can’t wait to read Zane’s story next.

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Fire & Ice (Spicetopia #3) by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Sheri Schrader

Fire & Ice (Spicetopia #3)Fire & Ice by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fire & Ice by Phoebe Alexander is the third book in the Spicetopia series. Right off this is not for teens due to sexual content! Otherwise, this is a fun series set at an adult theme park. These do not need to be read in order but I have enjoyed the series in the order of the books. Neve Romano, Director of Security, and Enya Moore, Director of Public Relations are called to work together to save the park from sabotage. The only problem is she is fire and he is ice. When they start working together there is some steam started between them.
I enjoy Phoebe Alexander’s books and this is another to the growing list I have enjoyed. If you like a good read with a bit of suspense, some spicy parts this is the book for you.

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Ricochet by Kathryn Berla – Review by Tausha Treadway

RicochetRicochet by Kathryn Berla
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ricochet by Kathryn Berla. This is an awesome young adult, science fiction story. Its the story of 17 year old Tati who doesn’t know her whole world is about to be turned upside down. It begins with her sending off a saliva sample to Ancestry.com and when the sample comes back inconclusive she’s left wondering what is wrong with her. She begins to have convulsions and during these convulsions she sees a tunnel beckoning her and in these tunnels she finds another version of herself. She actually finds there are 3 other versions of herself, Ana who is quiet and shy, Tatyana who is always getting her way and Tanya who is always running from everything and everyone. When these worlds collide the 4 of them have to work together so that they can all survive. This is a fast paced, action story and you have to pay attention because it goes back and forth between characters. I really enjoyed it and I think you will too!

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Darcy’s Caution (Pride & Prejudice & Racecars Book 3) by Zoe Burton – Review by Jonell Collins

Darcy's Caution (Pride & Prejudice & Racecars Book 3)Darcy’s Caution by Zoe Burton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Darcy’s Caution by Zoe Burton was a delightful little tale that just made me feel good. Although the story is about Will Darcy and his charming wife Liz, not far into the story it becomes about so much more. It’s about family. Not just the family you are born with, but the family you choose. As it becomes evident that Liz is in danger, not only does Will take the necessary steps to protect his wife, but you can almost see the circling of wagons, as their close ring of family and friends that are family, close in. This is a third book but it is just fine as a stand alone read. It whets your appetite for more and makes you wonder about the before. I will be reading the previous books and the next in this little series.

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OF WAR AND TATERS by Ashley Chappell – Review by Erin Wolf

Of War and TatersOf War and Taters by Ashley Chappell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I give Of War and Taters by Ashley Chappell, 5 stars.

The sleepy little town of Merit is quiet no more. A bunch of reporters have flocked there once they heard about the rival gangs this town has. Little did they know they “gangs” were just a bunch of ten-year-olds. Plus the travelling circus decided to get some of this attention and stopped over there. Oh and don’t forget the ghost actor. Sheriff Stanley, used to nothing happening in his town, doesn’t know how to stop this sudden chaos and bad rumors. Then he finds a grisly discovery that hints at worse things going on. Will he be able to step up and take charge or is his little town doomed?

If you do not appreciate humor and satire, this book may not be for you. However, if you do, this book is right up your alley. Something completely different from what I’ve read of this author before, she does a brilliant job of putting just the right amount of humor and sarcasm into this story while still keeping it a mystery book too. Is most of what happens completely outlandish? Yes, but that is what makes it so great! At the same time, there is a touch of heart in here too. The kids great and the poor sheriff puts up with so much. The people could easily be your eccentric neighbors who live down the road. The story itself has so much going on in so many directions, but it all ties together wonderfully. I could not put this down until I reached the end. I would love to see more of this town in the future.

If you enjoy a humorous whodunit the likes of which you have never read before, this book is for you.

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Happily Ever After – Brothers of Camelot Style by Necie Navone – Review by Tracy Manderson

Happily Ever After - Brothers of Camelot StyleHappily Ever After – Brothers of Camelot Style by Necie Navone
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Happily Ever After – Brothers of Camelot Style by Necie Navone

5 out of 5 stars

Happily Ever After is a part of the Brother of Camelot written by Necie Navone and it was awesome I just love Ms. Navone’s writing and what she has accomplished in this series. The plot is awesome the characters are strong and well written. We get to see all the Camelot brothers and what there up to while getting ready for the wedding.

There was a boy and girl who fell in love the moment they met, only to be ripped apart in their teens before their love could blossom.

Fitz, never forgot his Bella and he grew up to become the bitter Camelot Brother, known as the man-whore of the group, with a motto of “One and Done” in order to drown out the memories of his lost Bella. Little did he know his childhood sweetheart was closer to him than he realized.

So with the help of the Camelot brothers they plot to get Bell and Fitz together again.

When Fitz gets his Bella back he is a changed man and he is not letting his Bella go ever again.

I highly recommend this book/series and I can’t wait to see what Ms. Navone has in-stored for us next with the Brothers of Camelot.

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Jumping the Shark (Paranormal Talent Agency, #5) by Heather Silvio – Review by Erin Wolf

Jumping the Shark (Paranormal Talent Agency Book 5)Jumping the Shark by Heather Silvio
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I give Jumping the Shark (Paranormal Talent Agency Book 5) by Heather Silvio, 4 stars.

Barbara is a demon and mayor of Las Vegas. She has done many things to get and stay in this position, and she is determined to stay at the top. Besides her visions told her this is so, right? But she can no longer trust her interpretation of these visions. Plus there is someone in town who will literally do anything to win the election. Can they be stopped and at if so, at what cost? Will her former lover who reappears in her life give her a second chance? Is that what she really wants?

I have read every book in this series and I love how every one of them is completely different, yet has a feeling of cohesiveness. Barbara is a much more complex character than I ever thought before. The other characters are back too, which makes it even more enjoyable. The storyline is also interesting and intriguing. Is the bad guy who you think? If so, why? You will be kept guessing until the end.

If you enjoy paranormal cozy mystery with romance, I highly recommend this book and series.

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Alex: An Eidolon Black Ops Novel by Maddie Wade – Review by Heather Lovelace

Alex: An Eidolon Black Ops NovelAlex: An Eidolon Black Ops Novel by Maddie Wade
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When you refuse to listen to your bladder in order to keep reading… you know you’ve got a good book. I literally could not put the book down or tear myself away until I finished reading the entire book. The characters and plot were full, rich, well-developed. I loved the ebb and flow. It kept me guessing and white-knuckled until the very end. Simply a fantastic book. Finding Wade to be a reliable author for an action packed ride. Her writing is one you won’t ever regret picking up.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace

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Me and Cinderella (The Dirty Rooster Book 2) by Kelly Mooney – Review by Heather Lovelace

Me and Cinderella (Dirty Rooster Series-Book 2)Me and Cinderella by Kelly Mooney
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mooney is quite adept at weaving a tale with strong, stirring characters that immediately connect with the reader. I found myself immediately transported into the story and couldn’t disengage prior to finishing the last sentence. The main characters were relatable, fun, and had fantastic chemistry. Yet another book from Mooney that I thoroughly enjoyed. Highly recommended reading!

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace

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The Protector: MAC (Cover Six Security, Book 1) by Lisa B. Kamps – Review by Kerry Baker

The Protector: MAC (Cover Six Security, #1)The Protector: MAC by Lisa B. Kamps
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Protector: MAC: A Cover Six Security Novel by Lisa B. Kamps is is a book that is fast paced and high energy from start to finish. It can be read as a stand-alone although you should be aware that this does follow on from an earlier novella.
This book is amazing. It has off the charts chemistry, edge of your seat action and swoon worthy romance.
This author is one that really knows how to tell a story and to get you, as the author, fully engaged. As always this was a great book and clearly the start of a great series.

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