Southland Academy for Supernatural Youth by Sandra Tentler and Brooke Tentler – Review by Anantha Rusum

Southland Academy for Supernatural YouthSouthland Academy for Supernatural Youth by Sandra Tentler
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a wonderful story about how a group of misfits tackle what is thrown to them.
A bunch of supernatural teenagers are at a school called SASY (Southland Academy for supernatural youth) and there are random things disappearing from the school. When six of them decide to dig into the issue, they reveal something else. It is a fun read, even middle grade students can read this book. There is no violence or sexual content.
The characters are well developed and though they are full of imperfections, they are very adorable. And together, they are a perfect team, while helping and supporting each other.
It is overall a fun entertaining read !

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Myths & Legends: An Indie Love Anthology – Review by Erin Wolf

Myths & LegendsMyths & Legends by Laura Greenwood
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I give Myths & Legends: An Indie Love Anthology, 5 stars.

This is such a great anthology. It has many different love stories, all centered around myths or legends. I thought they were all fantastic, and I hope there are some that are part of a series. I can’t really pick a favorite because I loved them all. I love how they take legends we know and give them a hearty twist while still keeping true to the original. These stories will stay with me — and that is the holy grail for authors. The twist on Hades — so unexpected and wonderful. The take on the lady in the lake — hauntingly beautiful and one that is not done nearly enough. And the last story in the book — what a fantastic way to end such an exciting anthology.

If you are a fan of romantic myths and legends with a twist, I highly recommend this anthology.

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Eye of the Storm (A Gray Ghost Novel, book 2) AUDIO BOOK by Amy McKinley – Review by Anastasia Dodson

This is the second book in the Gray Ghost series. This audio was about 6 hours and so i was able to listen to it in one afternoon. Chris and Mari are the main characters and i loved them!! So much happens in this book and they come together in the jungle and it was such an interesting and crazy way. They’re in danger but will they be able to save themselves or be lost in the jungle forever?
I couldn’t get enough of this audio. The story was fantastic and the narrator was amazing. I will definitely listen to more books by both in the future!
HAPPY LISTENING!

On Viking Seas (The Forerunner, Book 3) by Jay Veloso Batista – Review by Victoria Mashburn

On Viking Seas (Forerunner Series)On Viking Seas by Jay Veloso Batista
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have been in need of a good Viking tale, and this book exceeded expectations! I wasn’t sure what I was going to encounter when I started the book, but I was surprised throughout the entirety of it. It was a bit of a slow burn at first, but I was excited to find that it picked up speed pretty quickly. I can’t wait to read the rest of the forerunner series!

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The SEAL’s Temptation (Wounded Hearts Book 7) by Jacquie Biggar – Review by Tausha Treadway

The SEAL's Temptation (Wounded Hearts #7)The SEAL’s Temptation by Jacquie Biggar
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The SEAL’s Temptation (Wounded Hearts Book 7) by Jacquie Biggar. I LOVE these books. They are all amazing and each time I read one I think its my new favorite and this one was no different. This is the story of DEA agent Maggie Holt who is suffering from PTSD due to being held captive by a drug cartel. Retired Navy Seal Agent Frank Stein just wants to relax after years of being a Chief Petty Officer. He has a ranch and wants to just enjoy his retirement. Maggie thinks this ranch will be the perfect place to recover. Unbeknownst to either of them the drug cartel has moved into the area in the manner of cattle thieves, escaped convicts and drugs. While the two help Maggie recover they are also fighting the cartel and falling for each other. Will Maggie and Frank be able to finally put the cartel to rest and will they make a go of their budding relationship? Read The Seal’s Temptation to find out!

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Peaceful Slumber (Soul Connection Book 1) by Nikki Lynn Barrett – Review by Jana Lewis

Peaceful Slumber (Soul Connection, #1)Peaceful Slumber by Nikki Lynn Barrett
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed reading this book. I like stories with a bit of paranormal and love mysteries. I also love the sarcastic banter between Scott and Zelda. While some events of the story were anticipated, there were several twists that I did not expect and it made the storyline thoroughly enjoyable. The basics of the story was unique, and made for an entertaining read. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes paranormal and mysteries.

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Forged by Secrets (Deadly Isles Special Ops, book 3) by Amy McKinley – Review by Liz Vrchota

Forged by Secrets (Deadly Isles Special Ops Book 3)Forged by Secrets by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was so very excited for this book. Forged by Secrets is the third book in the Deadly Isles Special Ops Series from Amy McKinley, and probably my fav so far, hard reach since I have loved this series so much. These books could be read as standalones I am sure if you want to but I think these really are enjoyed best in order. This one is another breath-holder, and highly intense read with all the goodies one who loves a military romance with heat would want to find. The best part of these books is the thrill and suspense that keeps you slightly on the edge of your seat hoping for the best outcome the entire read. This brings us the story of Malina and Tyler, who you will absolutely fall for and find yourself cheering them on the whole time. Will they get through the storms and find a happily ever after?

Review by @lizaileen
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Daisy’s Darkness (Wheels & Hogs Book 6) by D.M. Earl – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Daisy's Darkness (Wheels & Hogs #6)Daisy’s Darkness by D.M. Earl
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Daisy’s Darkness by D.M. Earl
Four Stars

Daisy’s Darkness is the sixth book in the Wheels and Hogs series by D.M. Earl. This is the first book I have read in this series, so it can be read as a standalone, but I think I will go back and read the rest of this series. This book tackled some serious current issues going on today. I think the author did a really good job bringing bullying, eating disorders, mental and physical abuse, depression, cutting and suicide. It was a read that had me reaching for the tissue box from beginning to end. The emotional roller coaster was hard to handle, but the subjects need to be discussed out in the open to those who are lost in the darkness. I would definitely recommend this book, it brings today’s issues to light. It may help both those going through these issues, but it may also show those close to someone what to look for in the darkness.

Review by @sunbarn
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8 Second Ride by Shannon Nemechek – Review by April Smith

8 Second Ride8 Second Ride by Shannon Nemechek
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This quick read leaves you wanting so much more! You will find Tuck and Jess in this story, an enemies to lovers romance. This is my first read by this author and I’m excited to read more.
Have a seat, take a break and enjoy!

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