Georgia Pine (Southern Promises #3) by K.G. Fletcher – Review by Emily Walsh

Georgia Pine (Southern Promises #3)Georgia Pine
ByK.G. Fletcher
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Georgia Pine (Southern Promises #3) by K.G. Fletcher was a sweet good feel read, that leaves you feeling all mushy on the inside.

My first read from this author and for this series, they read as standalones, so there was nothing to worry about in that area. This book followed a pretty standard plot, and you could see the ending a mile away, but I loved the added children and that, Tim wasn’t a overbearing, brewing, alpha male type.

First I want to give the author props for not using the whole amnesia thing, cause it’s like a weird cop-out, and frankly it’s been done so many times that I get nervous when a MC gets a head injury. I also like the way Tim’s character was developed, kind, strong and basically a decent human being. Despite Jessica’s a++hat ex, he wasn’t that overpowering jealous type, and didn’t get all piss when someone talk to her. I will say that, I wish he was just a blue-callered worker, I really do. Because him being not, and using it as a disguise, actually took away from the story. It was for me, a cop-out. I think the ending would have had a much greater and more powerful message, if Tim was simply just, a normal hardworking, decent humanbeing.

Overall I very much enjoyed this quick read. It was very well written, the detail was rich and made you feel that southern heat. It has a nice easy pace, there was drama but it was well place and belonged. There was no drama for the sake of drama. The love was a little insta-lovie, but it still felt natural, and of course the smut was…. hot… hot.. you’ll feel the heat and will need a fan.

The only thing left is to give you my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval.

Happy Reading

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The Fifth Knight (The Knights of Caerleon #1) by Claire Luana & Jesikah Sundin – Review by Emily Walsh

The Fifth Knight (The Knights of Caerleon #1)The Fifth Knight
ByClaire Luana & Jesikah Sundin
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Fifth Knight (The Knights of Caerleon #1) by Claire Luana & Jesikah Sundin was a fast pace, entertaining read that had me hooked from start to finish.

What a start to a new series, and being that this is the first book I have read from this author, I have to say I will be checking out other books Jesikah Sundin has written. I’m no stranger to RH, though I don’t read it as much as I use to, but it’s still a genre I like. In saying that, there ways to do it wrong and there are ways to do it right, and this my friends, is an exemplary example of a RH done, all kinds of right.

I’m going to be real with you, it wasn’t the RH that caught my eye, no it was the fact that this is a King Arthur tale, and I love anything that has Arthurian elements. This is more a retelling with our MC tossed into the mix. Now I will say that our MC Fionna is for the lack of a better word, a Mary-sue.. yes, yes, I know, I have dissed on that before, how I don’t like, it.. But.. I have also said there are ways to do it right.

To be even more honest, Fionna, though has all the markings of a Mary-Sue, also has many elements of a OP(Overpowered) character as well. Normally that mix, isn’t a good one, but, and there is a but. The writing, the character development, and the complex multi layers of Fionna, offset those two, normally, annoying traits. Jesikah Sundin managed to humanize Fionna, causing the reading(me) to connect. Fionna was nice, she wasn’t a, –I’ll do it myself, then have to get rescued– type. She wasn’t mean or mlishious to other female character (Which is the most annoying of the mary-sue tropes). She was witty but, was also flawed. I loved her as a lead characters and despite having everyone she met fall in love with her, she was probably one of the best female MC’s I’ve read about this year.

This just goes to show you, that you don’t need to following the normal “outline” of a character, to have something amazing.

Overall this book is worth your time, energy and brain power. I know I was gushing about Fionna, but I just feel like she carried the story and truly outshone the others. Yes King Arthur and his knights were well developed and great to read about, but I was drawn to Fionna. This was all due to knowing how to write a OP character and not make it cringe otherly. And for me, really showcased the authors magical writing talent.

On that note I will leave you with my super high recommendation and, my stamp of approval.

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The Catch (The Eastern Shore Swingers #2) by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Emily Walsh

The CatchThe Catch
By: Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Catch (The Eastern Shore Swingers #2) by Phoebe Alexander was a fun, light heart read that had me hooked from start to finish.

Not my first read by this author or in this series. Just so you know, these book read as standalones, so no worries about reading out of order, like, I have been doing..haha.. Anyways, like the other books in this series, its full of fun, sassy witty humor, some kick in the feels drama and of course, hot sexy smut, it’s like she got her inspiration from the Fantastic selection of smut straight from

In this book we follow Paisley, and her journey to self acceptance, learning it’s okay to love and be loved and dealing with a past she rather forget. I have to tell you that, I really like Paisley as the lead MC. She’s a mature woman that has some immature tendencies. Strong, smart and not seeing the great storm that she is, we get to witness her ups, downs, and of course, putting a, to her, a shameful past to rest. Calvin was the perfect match for her. Age is but a number, (over 18 that is), I get her worrying about the age difference, but sometimes, it isn’t the age that’s the problem, and Calvin was out to prove that to Paisley. I loved them, and they got all the good feels going, and then there was the… smut.. fan please!

Overall this book was a great read and, like the other is this series, the writing was smooth, transitions were clean and, the story flowed in a easy cohesive way. I highly recommend you get your hands on not only on this book, but this, fan-freaking-tastic series.

Happy Reading

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Neverland by Melissa Jane – Review by Emily Walsh

ByMelissa Jane
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Neverland by Melissa Jane was a dark, psychological thriller, that had me hooked. This book had me so engrossed, I had it read in less then three hours.

Not my first read by this author, so I knew I was in for something dark, twist and feels ripping. And boy did I get that, and more. I will warn you this book will be triggering if you are sensitive to assault, sexual assault, abusive violence or language. This is not for the faint of heart, and I can tell you there is a very, VERY, bitter-sweet ending, that I still don’t know if I like.

I don’t even know where to start with this one. I don’t want to tell you anything because of the way it’s written, giving you anything on the MC’s, the plot, and the antagonist, no not antagonist, abuser, will ruin this heart destroying read. I will tell you that it’s written in past and present. That back and forth is done very well, and the author does a great job at matching the past and present. Clean transitions, and soil emotional writing, makes the scene swaps all the more chilling and raw.

Lucy, I can’t even think about her right now. I’m mad about her life, how she ended up in that hell, and how it was all for nothing.. I’m mad because Lucy was a strong character and even though broken and at her wits end, she fought, she fought so hard. So yes, I’m mad, but at the same time… I can get into it, because like I said, it’s bitter-sweet.

I wish you could see me shaking my head, because I’m still very emotionally raw about this book. And as much as I wanted to put it down at times, I couldn’t. Because even though it was dark, it showed the evil that is out in this world. As much as this is fiction, this whole scenario, is happening right now, and that’s makes this read all the more heart wrenching and painful.

This book is a must read, and I highly recommend you get your hands on it. Because even though I know Lucy isn’t real, her story needs to be read, it needs to make you mad, angry and hurt. This book will break your rose coloured glasses.

I’m going to leave it at that, and unlike my other reviews I can’t leave my normal ending, because there is nothing happy about this book.

If would excuse me, I need to pick my heart off the floor.

Review by @eawalsh

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