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Hero High: Heartbreak Rebellion (Hero High Collections Book 2) by Mina Chara – Review by Piper Foster

Heartbreak Rebellion (Hero High, #4)Heartbreak Rebellion by Mina Chara
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the fourth book in the series by Mina Chara. Its a great follow up to the previous. Friday is back. You want action packed this book has it all action suspense Romance. The author has done an amazing job im telling the story. I would highly recommend this book.

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Old and New: The Enchanted Wedding Dress (The MacLellan Sisters Trilogy Book 1) by Lucinda Race – Review by Piper Foster

Old and New: The Enchanted Wedding Dress Book 1 (The MacLellan Sisters Trilogy)Old and New: The Enchanted Wedding Dress Book 1 by Lucinda Race
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Jamie, Kenzie and Grace are all career drive ladies. A relative passed away and they are given an family heirloom along with a prophecy will these things actually come true. Or is it all a old fairytale. This is a very heart warming story about sisterhood and bonds. This is a heart-warming story to read.

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Rose by Any Other Name (The Sisters, Texas Series, Book 10) by Becki Willis – Review by Faith Jackson

Rose by Any Other Name (The Sisters, Texas #10)Rose by Any Other Name by Becki Willis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved how this book kept the mystery coming with not only a sleuth of questions but with a fast paced adventure following. Suspense is built and mystery unfolds as we continue to read through this book. This is a great read because it picks up momentum but doesn’t let loose. These characters are easy to fall in love with as they thrive in as heroes but this a great addition to the series. Loved it!

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Road Tripped (Satan’s Devils MC Utah #1) by Manda Mellett – Review by Tausha Treadway

Road Tripped (Satan's Devils MC Utah #1)Road Tripped by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Road Tripped: Satan’s Devil’s MC Utah #1 by Manda Mellett. I love Manda Mellett. She has become one of my go to authors. This book is no different. It’s the story of Road who is a member of the Tuscon chapter and a trial bike competitor. When he makes a horrible mistake and causes an accident he knows he can no longer compete. To get Road out of his head President Drummer sends him to Utah to check out that Chapter. They seem friendly enough but they are hiding something and Drummer wants Road to find out what that is. He’s settling in quite nicely and his head is getting more clear each day until he meets Swift the only female member ever. There are fireworks between them and when She turns up kidnapped Road will do whatever necessary to find her and find out what the Tucson chapter is hiding. Will Road come out of this assignment alive? Read Road Tripped to find out!!

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Deception by Victoria Saccenti – Review by Kari Williams

DeceptionDeception by Victoria Saccenti
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Deception is my first novel by Victoria Saccenti and I truly felt like it was a surprise. But not in a bad way. The story follows Joe on his surprise path for revenge and Hunter on her journey to finding herself.

I wasn’t sure whether the intention was to find Hunter a bit hard to like at first, but if it was the writing did just that! I began to like her more though as I got further into the story and we got to know her a little more.

Joe was a wild card though. Ex-marine, adjusting back to civilian life, he is a unique guy. When he sets his sights on Hunter who knows what will happen!

Can Hunter and Joe be truthful to themselves or is there just too much below the surface? Too much to get passed? You’ll have to read Deception to find out!

Review by @knwilliams709

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Alamir (Blood of Kaos Series Book 1) AUDIBLE BOOK TOUR by Nesa Miller – Review by Anastasia Dodson

AlamirAlamir by Nesa Miller
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book was great! It is my first book by this Author and also my first book by this Narrator. I thought this book was attention grabbing and I was excited to see where the story would go. Etain is our main charcter and she is an interesting one. She is strong and determined and you can’t help but like her. The author did an awesome job at keeping the story going and I enjoyed that this had some originality to it because I’ve never listened to anything like it. I will say it took a while for me to get use too the narrator. She had a very high voice at times and it threw me off a bit but it didn’t take away from the story and I still liked it a lot. I am looking forward to listing to more of this authors stories and I would recommend this to a friend!
Happy Listening!

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Rose by Any Other Name (The Sisters, Texas Series, Book 10) by Becki Willis – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Rose by Any Other Name (The Sisters, Texas #10)Rose by Any Other Name by Becki Willis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Star
Rose by Any Other Name (The Sisters, Texas Series, Book 10) by Becki Willis is a wonderfully written story that I absolutely couldn’t stop till I finished. Although this is my first book by this author I definitely will be reading the other books as well. I found myself on the edge of my seat trying to figure out what was going to happen next. There is two different mysteries, find out what happens next in this must read. I don’t want to give to much away . I highly recommend reading this. I can’t wait to read more from this author.

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A Duke Never Forgets (The Duke Hunters Club Book 3) by Bianca Blythe – Review by Mirela Ruiz

A Duke Never Forgets (The Duke Hunters Club, #3)A Duke Never Forgets by Bianca Blythe
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A Duke Never Forgets (The Duke Hunters Club Book 3) by Bianca Blythe was a funny romantic read. I enjoyed the banter between the family. The historical aspect added to the story and was a great addition. I loved Genevieve, such a strong and dutiful character. She works hard to see the positive of her situation. I loved all the details and character development. The plot kind of reminded me of While You Were Sleeping, I really enjoyed the story.

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I’ll See You Again: A Scottish rock star, standalone opposites-attract romance (Reigning Hearts Book 4) by K.G. Fletcher – Review by Jessica Leombruno

I'll See You Again (Reigning Hearts, #4)I’ll See You Again by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

If a small town, opposites-attract rock star romances are your thing then I’ll See You Again by K.G. Fletcher, is your next read. This is the fourth book in the Reigning Hearts series that is full of HEAs that will touch your heart.

Nicky Sinclair and Reid Macpherson were sweet, sexy, and everything that true love is about. But like all good love stories, some parts will have you grabbing tissues and crying along with the characters.

K.G. Fletcher’s writing always seems to put my heart on an emotional rollercoaster and loving every character she writes. I highly recommend reading any of her books and not falling in love.

Reviewed by @jbruno26
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Lucky at Love (Some guys just never give up) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Lucky at Love: Some Guys Just Never Give Up...Lucky at Love: Some Guys Just Never Give Up… by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a wonderfully written novel with great main characters in the form of mule breeder Jake Sorenson and journalist Allison Tyler-Wilcox. Allison and Jake first meet at Jake’s sisters wedding and when Allison learns that he has been married and divorced seven times she can not believe it when he says that he considers himself to be ‘lucky at love’. Allison can not understand Jake’s attitude, that although he has been divorced many times his marriages were not failures. Trying to understand Jake and his views better Allison convinces her editor into letting her visit Jake at his ranch to do an article on, “the compulsion some people have when it comes to saying “I do””. Whilst spending time with Jake she realises she has misjudged him, and due to sharing mule rides and impromptu tango dances Allison realises that Jake’s unique philosophy on life and love might actually be worth listening to. The trip leaves Allison feeling confused about her own marriage and her own ideals, let alone confused about her feelings for Jake.
I found myself fully immersed in this book due to the likeable and realistic characters, I enjoyed discovering how Allison and Jakes relationship changed and developed throughout the story. The storyline flowed along nicely and the narrative kept me happily turning the pages. Thanks to the wonderful descriptions by the author of both person and place I felt as though I was there with Jake and Allison. This novel is very character driven and Hamilton really made me care for the main characters and therefore I felt invested in the conclusion of both their story and the novel.

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