To be a Fae Guardian (Realm Chronicles Book 2) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Corine Lombardi-Quiles

To be a Fae Guardian (Realm Chronicles, #2)To be a Fae Guardian by Tricia Copeland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the book I have been waiting for in 2022!
Fantasy on another level.
The second book to this series and it is everything.
When I tell you the world building is top notch,
And to think that we have a female lead that has yet to disappoint.
This author puts you into the world that she has created by sucking you in from the very first page.
Will the darkness take over the Queen?
Her crimes can they be true?
Everything that we don’t think of that happens when a female is put in a powerful situation happens to Tatiana in this tale of fantasy that brings loss, sorrow pain and empowerment.
You will not put this down.
Even with five stars it’s underrated.
How much is being queen worth?
So excited that I read this cause now I can read it again.

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Rebecca Steele Living the Dream (Rebecca Steele series Book 3) by Joanne Patterson – Review by Corine Lombardi-Quiles

Rebecca Steele Living The Dream (The Rebecca Steele series Book 3)Rebecca Steele Living The Dream by Joanne Patterson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Omg yay!
This was so beautiful.
I haven’t finished crying yet.
This author has a way of inspiring people through her live stories.
The way that Becky and Johnny have gone on this journey of love and adventure the ups and downs I feel like the ultimate third wheel.
I love that this story didn’t feel like the third of a series and that I was reading a new story.
The trials of success and motherhood really hit home.
I would read this book again and again.
Loved this book and the book before.
This author made me feel at home following this adventure.
Wish there was more.

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Rebecca Steele Finding the Dream (Rebecca Steele Series #2)Rebecca Steele Finding the Dream by Joanne Patterson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It is a very easy light romance that had a few quick twists that fit the story well.
This was the first book I read from this author and I will be looking out for more.
The author made this story very inspiring and realistic.
Becky and Johnny are the journey of this story.
I was surprised that I liked this book because the setting was different from what I usually enjoy.
This is the type of book you read to feel good, refreshing is the best word to describe it.
I am looking forward to book three.
This story made me cry in a few spots it had me day dreaming in between truly living through the pages.
Love and country music officially go together.
So romantic.

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Whisper Creek: A Logan McKenna Mystery Book 7 by Valerie Davisson – Review by Corine Lombardi-Quiles

Whisper Creek (A Logan McKenna Mystery Book 7)Whisper Creek by Valerie Davisson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was amazing!
Yes it is far into a series but I didn’t feel that it effected my understanding of the plot and characters.
I have really become addicted to female leads and this author is spot on in drawing you into the suspense.
I had no idea how this was going to go.
I love talent shows but now I am iffy.
Finding a dead body is where the author got me.
This is mystery and suspense hyped up too 1000%
When I tell you this had me so entertained I feel like a detective now.
I became part of this world in Oregon I cried and laughed and lost a few breathes.
I can’t wait to read more from this author.

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Unchained Memory (Interstellar Rescue Series Book 1) by Donna S. Frelick – Review by Corine Lombardi-Quiles

Unchained Memory (Interstellar Rescue, #1)Unchained Memory by Donna S. Frelick
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

So let me tell you how book five makes way more sense now.
This is an amazing series I need to read them all.
This author is so dynamic I could not imagine everyone not reading this.
If you love SCI-FI this is for you 100%.
The romance and adventure its so dramatic that it seriously sucks you in.
This author is masterful at world building.
Read all of the books in order and you will not regret it.
Don’t give up on this, there comes a point that the story lines all jumble wand chaos breaks out within the plot because it is so complex.
I am guessing this entire series is just an add on of the story before.
It is everything. I wish I read them in order.
Five stars. Worth every word.

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King of Pain (Interstellar Rescue Series Book 5) by Donna S. Frelick – Review by Corine Lombardi-Quiles

King of Pain (Interstellar Rescue Series Book 5)King of Pain by Donna S. Frelick
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a very complex read that I enjoyed.
This story is told from many point of views and that makes it dynamic and deep.
The lies and romance gives an atmosphere of addiction.
As the story goes on it gets better and better.
This is book five of this series and I am a little disappointed because you obviously have to read the books in order.
This author is great at creating worlds.
I was interested because of the cover art but the story is worth it.
With a female and male protagonist this story is well versed in character development and full of suspense.
Creative and balanced that brings this world to life even though I did not read the rest of the series.

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The Traveler (The Traveler, Book 1) by Deborah Dugan – Review by Corine Lombardi-Quiles

The TravelerThe Traveler by Deborah Dugan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was surprised that I enjoyed this book.
I am not a huge sci-FI fan but this author knows what she is doing.
So much happens in this story that you don’t know end game.
The traveler is this being that can take power over all.
But one human can be the savior or demise of man kind.
There are morals to this story that had me hooked.
By the end I did not know how to feel and I love it
So many different adventures go on in this story and I am telling you I may be addicted.
There is a book two and I cant wait.
Love the characters and the worlds that are created it is so creative and defined.
This is a top tier sci-FI read.

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Tally and the Angel: Book Two, Canada by Eleanor Dixon – Review by Corine Lombardi

Tally and the Angel Book Two, CanadaTally and the Angel Book Two, Canada by Eleanor Dixon
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Book two is better then book one.
I love this story.
It is so mysterious and so fun.
Now if an Angel is scared and wary then something may be wrong.
Can Tally save the town?
The adventure with the introduction of the magical aspect of the story brought this story to a new level.
I absolutely loved the attention to the quest and the path that Tally and her Angel are on.
This again was a light and fun read perfect for children and young adults.
I highly recommend this,
I look forward to more from this author.
The geographic aspect really brings the adventure to life.
I REALLY want an angel in a locket.

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Tally and the Angel: Book One India by Eleanor Dixon – Review by Corine Lombardi-Quiles

Tally and the Angel : Book One IndiaTally and the Angel : Book One India by Eleanor Dixon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

OMG!!!!! This was such a fun story. It was very Infernal Devices.
Having an angel at your beck ad call.
This is a fun read so entertaining.
I did not put this down and I am happy I didn’t.
I would highly recommend this book.
This would be categorized as a children/young adult fantasy story.
Save the world, save lives.
Such beautifully written, it has adventure and sacrifice.
This was a jumble of wonder and mystery.
Race against the clock.
So excited for book two.

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Exiled South by Harriet Cannon – Review by Corine Lombardi-Quiles

Exiled SouthExiled South by Harriet Cannon
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a refreshing read.
It gave you the ok into the life of a widow and I related to her as a mother and wife trying to find peace.
I loved the focus of history that the novel takes.
Anything war wins my vote and this really becomes a story of finding your truth and peace.
It is light and enjoyable with facts thrown in any just the right times to keep you hooked.
I can not imagine the pain of a widower but I connected to the story and the main character.
This has a feeling of solace that you feel within the story of family and how your past can define you and shape you, or not.
This will definitely become a reread and I recommend this as a book club read.
Light but intense at the same time. So well crafted.

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