Eternity (Captivity Series Book 3) by Sarah Biglow & Molly Zenk – Review by Emily Walsh

Eternity (Captivity Book 3)Eternity
By: Sarah Biglow
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Eternity: A Paranormal Romance Novella (Captivity Book 3) by Sarah Biglow & Molly Zenk was a fast pace ending that closed out a just as equally fast pace action packed series.

This series has been one of my fave this year, it starts out on a serious note and set the stage for the action and crazy to come. As this was a short read it was over before I knew it, and as happy as I am that this series got it’s ending, I was sad to see it go.

I do hope there is more to come from this world, as I feel like there is so much more that can be explored upon. But overall this book was just as good as the others, and held that same intensity, fast moving plot, complex layers, that has made this series not only memorable but fresh and original. Just to note this is a continuation series, so you have to read the books in order. If not you won’t get the impact, or understand the layers that make up this powerhouse read.

To end, this book gets my super high recommendation and my golden stamp of approval.

Happy Reading

-Review by @eawalsh

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Flirt: A College Romance by M.L. Sparrow – Review by Gail Guerrero

Flirt: A College Romance (What Happens on Campus #2)Flirt: A College Romance by M.L. Sparrow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Flirt by M L Sparrow

Five Stars

I can’t believe what I just read. It was so real and raw I felt like I was living the author’s words. Riley has an addiction but she doesn’t see it that way. Cam has loved Riley for a really long time but doesn’t think she notices him. I loved every word of this story because it told a story that we need to hear. Kids are out here suffering and we have adults feeding them drugs. The pressure these kids feel to be perfect to perform perfectly is heavy. The author did a great jib highlighting the life of young adults on two different paths trying to meet in the middle. Cam wants to help Riley but it seems like she is just dragging him down. She doesn’t believe she needs help but clearly something needs to change. I felt angry at her parents and how they enabled her. The mom should’ve known that the manager was shady and kept him away. Over all it was a great story that made you want to hold Riley and tell her there was a better way and that you were there for her.

Reviewed by @gguerrero89

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Drawing Strength From Words (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 2) by C.A. King – Review by Tracy Manderson

Drawing Strength From Words (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 2)Drawing Strength From Words by C.A. King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Drawing Strength From Words (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 2) by C.A. King
5 out of 5 stars
Drawing Strength From Words is a Four Horsemen Novel Book 2 written by C.A. King and it’s not the first book that I have read by this author. Her writing is unique and realistic that I couldn’t put this book down that I read it in one sitting. This story is a paranormal thriller with a great mix of ancient myth and contemporary life with a chunk of humor, some fast-paced action and throw in some romance.
Gabrielle, receives little credit for protecting mankind. The vast insecurities of men altered history itself, portraying her as a masculine brute. Taking a back seat to her brothers seemed the right thing to do, but left a bitter taste in her mouth and an impenetrable barricade shielding her heart.
When Ryder’s parents were killed he bounced around the system. Between that and run-ins with the law for crimes he never committed, it seemed the whole world was conspiring against him. Never growing attached to anyone was rule number one: a rule he’d never broken until a white-haired vixen, with blocks of ice on her shoulders, walked right into his life. Melting through those frosty layers became all that mattered, even if that meant sacrificing himself in the process.
Can Ryder overcome Gabrielle’s securities or will she stay cold? Can these two have a happily ever after or will they have a bad ending?
I highly recommend this story…. You need to read this book/series to find out…..

review by @tracym

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Charlotte: Dr.Richards’ Littles 7 by Pepper North- Review by Anna Hirsch

Charlotte: Dr. Richards' Littles 7Charlotte: Dr. Richards’ Littles 7 by Pepper North
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Charlotte: Dr. Richards’ Littles by Pepper North
4 Stars

This book is definitely not for everyone. The story is about age-play and it revolves around Charlotte and Benton. It goes into detail about enemas and examinations so be warned.

“ Age play is when adults choose to live their lives as a teenager, a child or an infant under the care of a person they have selected to take the role of Mommy or Daddy”

I have never read a book like this ever. Definitely A+ for originality. I didn’t know much about age play prior to reading this book. It opened my eyes to a lot. Although this is really not my thing, the book was well written and the story was enjoyable. It is part seven in the Dr. Richards’ Littles series but can be read as a stand-alone. Each book focuses on a different couple.

Charlotte needs a place to live and desperately needs a job. By chance, she manages to get a job interview at Gordon’s. Benton is looking for his “little “ and is immediately attracted to Charlotte. He introduces her to the world of age play and the story takes off from there.

I felt bad for Charlotte on numerous occasions. She must have had a traumatic childhood to be the way she is and be in the situation she was. It’s good that she finally has someone to take care of her. Maybe a little too much? That’s for you to decide.

Review by @Anna Hirsch
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The Flip by K.L. Montgomery- Review by Anna Hirsch

The Flip (Romance in Rehoboth #2)The Flip by K.L. Montgomery
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Flip by K.L Montgomery
4 Stars

This was a nice romantic comedy. It made me laugh and cry a bit. I was always looking forward to what disaster would happen next. Penelope Vaughn passes away and leaves her beach house to Andrew and Sonnet. Andrew is her great nephew and Sonnet is her neighbour’s daughter. The problem is that growing up, they were rivals in school. They were always competing for top spot. Ten years have passed since graduation and they have never crossed paths. Sonnet has become an actual rocket scientist and Andrew, though he has a brilliant mind, made nothing of his life. Both were excited to hear that they inherited a house. Both had dreams they wanted to pursue with the money they would make from flipping it.

Neither realized how much work the house actually needed. They decided to put their differences aside, roll up their sleeves and work towards a common goal, flipping the house. This is where the laughter began. From eccentric neighbours to mother nature’s tantrums, from mishaps with dogs and exotic pets, this book had it all. I was laughing all the way through.

Penelope’s plan to get these two together worked perfectly. I’m happy there wasn’t an instant attraction, I want to jump your bones thing. It was a nice slow build up which I’m sure started when they were kids but neither paid attention to it. As the weeks progressed, their feelings took them by surprise. I really enjoyed the book with it’s craziness and lovable characters.

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Badge Bunny (Romance in Rehoboth book 3) by K.L. Montgomery- Review by Anna Hirsch

Badge BunnyBadge Bunny by K L Montgomery
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Badge Bunny by K.L Montgomery
5 Stars

This is her fourth book the the Romance in Rehoboth series and I have to say it’s the most entertaining. This chapter revolves around the live between Chris and Brynne. Now I have to admit Sonnet and Drew were my favourite couple until I read this book. I fell in love with Chris and Brynne. There are so many layers to each of them that they are truly amazing. The story pretty much centres around Sonnet and Drew’s wedding. From dolphins to sharks, crazy parents to evil grandmothers and bites to baseball bats, there was so much craziness that I was keeled over in stitches. I loved this book. The story made me happy, emotional and had me crying tears of joy. I think the author outdid herself with this one. I highly recommend that you read this book.

Review by @Anna Hirsch
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Whiskey Dick by Ryan Ringbloom – Review by Amber Lange

Whiskey DickWhiskey Dick by Ryan Ringbloom
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Whiskey Dick by Ryan Ringbloom is a romantic comedy that had me laughing out loud. I thought it was a super fun read. I thought it was well written and I loved the characters. I really enjoyed this one a lot. It was exactly the book I needed at the time. One that was fun and funny. I wouldn’t change a thing. 4 star rating.

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The Dirty Rooster by Kelly Mooney – Review by Heather Bahm

The Dirty RoosterThe Dirty Rooster by Kelly Mooney
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Kelly Mooney’s The Dirty Rooster is a laugh til you drop romantic comedy. The hilarious moments written within this story were falling quickly from the pages and it was hard not to snicker/chuckle as you read through it. The author did a remarkable job with the humorous overlay within the story, while creating a romance that snuck in and struck without remorse. The characters were fun, creative, snarky and just perfect for this particular story.

Reviewed by @hbahm

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Eye of the Storm (A Gray Ghost Novel Book 2) by Amy McKinley – Review by Debi Kircher

Eye of the Storm (Gray Ghost #2)Eye of the Storm by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Eye of the Storm (A Gray Ghost Novel Book 2) by Amy McKinley

5 Stars

I have been so looking forward to this book. I absolutely loved the first one and knew this would be be just as good and I was right…

I loved how this story started out and I usually get upset when it takes a few pages to figure out what is going on but in this one it was all part of the build up that needed to happen to appreciate it all. I loved every word in this book, there was no filler added anywhere, every single page was a needed addition and I so appreciate that in my books.

I love all of the characters in this story, I do hope I get a little more about Hannah in either the next book or books to follow, theres alot of questions I have about her and I can’t wait to find all of those answers.

It was nice revisiting Liv just a bit and getting some updates about her and I’m truly hoping that this series will continue for many books to come. I sincerely love the writing style of this author and will be one clicking any and everything she has available from this point forward.

You absolutely could read this as a standalone but I don’t recommend it as the first in this series gives you the background you need about this team and not to mention its just awesome!!

Highly recommend!! Loved It!!

Review by @debikircher

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Whiskey Dick (Whiskey Dick Book 1) by Ryan Ringbloom – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Whiskey DickWhiskey Dick by Ryan Ringbloom
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I don’t know what it is lately but all I what to read is Rom Com’s and I think I found one that that has set the bar. Whiskey Dick was a quick hysterically funny book by Ryan Ringbloom, who is a new author to me. You will love Paisley and Jax, their chemistry was off the charts. The writing was enjoyable and easy to read. This book will have me looking closely at people next time I am in an airport bar. If you are looking for a good laugh that can make a bad day better then you need to read this book. I can’t wait for Whiskey Chick and to check out Ryan’s other books.

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