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Hang On To Your Shirt Tails (Chasing Tails Book 2) by C.A. King – Review by Cindy Rushin

Hang On To Your Shirt Tails (Chasing Tails Book 2)Hang On To Your Shirt Tails by C.A. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The second installment of the story of Tails and Brodie was definitely too short. It felt good getting reacquainted with old friends and learning more about their life together, but it ended too soon. If you are looking for a shifter series with a cool twist, the I highly recommend this one. Really, anything by this author has been a joy to read and I can honestly say I think you will enjoy.

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Journeys Through SpaceTime (Journeys Through Book 1) by James Talisman – Review by Cindy Rushin

Journeys Through SpaceTimeJourneys Through SpaceTime by James Talisman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book was a little bit different than what I normally read, but the synopsis sounded intriguing so I gave it a shot. I was not disappointed. As I traveled through the stories and encountered the interconnectivity of each, I was astonished and intrigued. James Talisman wove together the many stories of different individuals into an interesting journey. One I was lucky to take. I recommend this book and feel any who read will not be disappointed.

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Draigon Weather (The Legacies of Arnan Book 1) by Paige L. Christie – Review by Cindy Rushin

Draigon Weather (The Legacies of Arnan, #1)Draigon Weather by Paige L. Christie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I do love novels about dragons, but when I first started this book, I was a little lost. But, as I persevered, I found my way. The story of Leiel and Cleod was epic and I am glad I persevered. I love a good adventure with heroes and heroines, which Draigon Weather had. As you read you enjoy the duel, but separate path Leiel and Cleod take. These paths place them exactly where they need to be. The story was intriguing and fun to read. I look forward to the next installment to  follow Leiel’s and Cleod’s journey and how it plays out.

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Hitting The High Note (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 3) by C A King – Review by Cindy Rushin

Hitting The High Note (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 3)Hitting The High Note by C.A. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the third book in the Four Horseman series and it did not disappoint. The story of Uriel and Veronica had some really interesting twists and turns as they found their way to each other. I really enjoyed following them on the journey. As for this series, each new story adds more pieces to the puzzle of what Dante is looking for. I am anxiously awaiting the next book in the series so that I can, hopefully, find the answer. I am never disappointed with a C.A. King novel and I do not think you will be either. I do recommend this book.

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

Drawing Strength From Words (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 2)Drawing Strength From Words by C.A. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This second installment of the Four Horseman novels was worth waiting for. As we meet the main character Ryder, he really touches the heart as the reader is given glimpses into the hardships he endured in his life. Once he meets Gabrielle, seeing the struggles they go through just to find happiness in the end made this book a very interesting read I look forward to future books in this series not only to find out how it ends, but to see all four horseman find love.

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OF WAR AND TATERS by Ashley Chappell – Review by Cindy Rushin

Of War and TatersOf War and Taters by Ashley Chappell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This really was an interesting book. A ghost story with a twist. When I started reading Of Way and Tators, I was a little leary. The beginning just did not grab my attention. But, as I continued reading my interest was peaked and I became engaged in the story. The many twists and turns grabbed my attention and I found myself wanting to know how it would end. I really recommend Of War and Tators, you will not be disappointed.

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Evil Sushi (Evil Sushi Series Book 1) by C.A. King – Review by Cindy Rushin

Evil SushiEvil Sushi by C.A. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have read a few novels by this author and once again she did not disappoint me. For me, Evil Sushi was almost a commentary on what life on earth could be like if we continue on our current path, minus the murderous sea monster of course. Evil Sushi has everything every good fantasy novel needs. It has suspense, a villain, a hero, and love. I cannot wait for the next installment of this series. If you are wanting a fun read, I gladly recommend Evil Sushi.

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Flower Shields (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 1) by C.A. King – Review by Cindy Rushin

Flower Shields (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 1)Flower Shields by C.A. King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book has it all. Gods, Demons, major conflict, and love. The initial story of the four horsemen, Uri, Gabby, Raphael, and Michael starts out with a bang. This story focused on Michael and Tara and it was good. Watching them fall in love, having to overcome the many problems was a joy, I love happy endings. I look forward to the future novels and each of the other horsemen find their love as well.

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Ice Crown (The Elements of Kamdaria Book 1) by Kay L Moody – Review by Cindy Rushin

Ice Crown (The Elements of Kamdaria 1)Ice Crown by Kay L Moody
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book. I read many different fantasy and paranormal novels, so I am always looking for something new and different. This book hit the spot. It had not only magic, but it also dealt with the life struggles of an individual Talise. I look forward to following Talise on her journey as I really liked the journey’s beginning.

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A Perfect Fit by Zoe Lee – Review by Cindy Rushin

A Perfect FitA Perfect Fit by Zoe Lee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have not read a romance novel in a really long time but decided to give this novel by Zoe Lee a try. I was not disappointed. The story of Dunk and Daisy was so real. It was at the base, a love story between Dunk and Daisy, but it also dealt with the reality of making a relationship work between two very different people. For me it felt real as it did not only deal with the romance but also with problems that can come up as you try to build a relationship. This book was real and I definitely recommend it.

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