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Murder at Lolly Beach (Eve Sawyer mystery series Book 2) by Jane Suen – Review by Debi Kircher

Murder at Lolly Beach (Eve Sawyer #2)Murder at Lolly Beach by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Murder at Lolly Beach (Eve Sawyer mystery series Book 2) by Jane Suen

5 Stars

I love this series, I love Eve and how she cant help but get involved when she feels needed, whether anyone likes it or not LOL

This one twisted around enough to have me all confused and even truly scared a few times at what the outcome was going to be and the who that they were looking for. The who had me questioning everything throughout the book.

I loved the friendship between Eve, Cassie, and Bob and although I was suspicious of him through much of my reading I also really liked Jake and truly hope there is more coming in the future with that friendship…

I love ANYTHING Jane Suen writes, she is one of my top one clicks, her books always make you sit and think when you finish, there is always much to sort out. She has a way of twisting things so quick you don’t even realize what’s happening.

A very quick read because when you get started you have to finish in one sitting!

I Love it, as usual and can not wait for more!!

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Twisted Secrets (Deadly Isles Special Ops Book 1) by Amy McKinley – Review by Chantelle Smith

Twisted SecretsTwisted Secrets by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Amy McKinley continues to show us what an incredible author she is, time and time again! Each book she brings us you can guarantee that you will get drawn into the incredible storyline and epic characters. This read has everything and more! It’s full of action, suspense and romance. It’s fast-paced and action-packed and keeps you guessing, and leaves you wanting more. I loved following Riley and Xander’s story throughout this read and watching their connection and chemistry develop. I absolutely loved this read and couldn’t recommend it enough! I can’t wait to see what else is to come of this series!

Don’t miss this read!

Reviewed By @tillytillzz

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Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley – Review by Tausha Treadway

Matching MiriamMatching Miriam by Mya O’Malley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley. I LOVED this book. I actually love anything written by Mya O’Malley so I was excited to read this and it did not disappoint! Its the story of Miriam a police officer that lives in New York. Miriam has built a wall around her heart so she doesn’t plan on letting anyone in. Her heart was broken years ago by a guy named Jesse and she is determined to never let that happen again. Jesse is looking for a new start on life so when he’s given the opportunity to become a fireman in New York he jumps at the chance. The only problem is when he sees Miriam all those old feelings come back. Miriam has a boyfriend but he’s becoming very clingy and wanting to know about the future which is a red flag for Miriam. When she and Jesse see each other and kiss its all she can do to keep from thinking about him. Jesse is consumed with thoughts of Miriam all the while Miriam is looking for a killer! Will she keep her heart from being broken again or will she go down the same road as before? Read Matching Miriam to find out!

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Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley – Review by Rachel Moss

Matching MiriamMatching Miriam by Mya O’Malley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley was a great read! I was absolutely enthralled with this novel. I especially loved being thrown back in the world with Naomi again. That was unexpected surprise for me honestly. O’Malley is such a great writer, she’s able to make the whole world come alive when she writes. This novel was packed with love and romance, thrill, mystery and some suspense. It was also completely heartwarming as well. I can’t wait to read more from Mya in the future! Everything I’ve read of hers has not disappointed me yet!

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Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur

Matching MiriamMatching Miriam by Mya O’Malley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Miriam is a badass police officer who lives in New York and has built walls around her heart, she doesn’t want it broken again, but she is wondering whether it might be worth starting to let her guard down and look at finding love again, but she doesn’t open up easily apart from with her best friend, although even she doesn’t know everything. As Miriam leaves for a run, her best friend drives past and invites her for coffee with another friend, but Miriam declines it as she knows that she isn’t needed and she wants to run, but as she is running, she is bombarded by memories of her childhood and things she has kept locked away for a long time, including her first love Jesse, normally she can banish them, but today is different and she cannot escape them. When her boyfriend asks her if she is now bringing her work home, she is not happy about it and when he tries to talk about where their relationship is going, she pulls down the shutters, she has dating demons and is scared of them rearing their heads again with him and when he goes to kiss her, she freezes and takes a step back.

Jesse is a man who needs a change of scenery, he is trying to get away from his most recent relationship after it ended and when the job opportunity in New York for a fireman he jumps at the chance, but the main reason is Miriam, he first love and someone who cannot forget no matter how he tries, he thinks about what her life is like now and whether he may be able to be a part of it again and he is damn well going to try his hardest to make that either a reality or finally get the closure he would need to move on. The next day Miriam is thinking about the kiss the night before as well as how her best friend is acting strangely, when she comes round to talk to her and what she has to say unnerves Miriam to the extreme.

Miriam is called into work when a homicide is reported and she and her partner are assigned the case, but the details of the murder are really unusual and they end up chasing their tales when they can’t put things together as they would like to be able to. As the day progresses and her boyfriend keeps calling and texting, it is starting to irritate Miriam and this makes her think about Jesse even more. Meanwhile, Jesse is struggling to get Miriam out of his head, so when he decides to go for a run, he is shocked to run into Miriam who is also out for one, but when she trips and falls, Jesse insists on seeing her home to make sure that she is ok, the emotions which swirl around them are more than they can handle, so she makes Jesse leave.

As the case develops and things do start falling into place, things are strained for Miriam, between Jesse reappearing, the things her best friend has been telling her and the situation with her boyfriend and the fact that there is a murderer on the loose, she doesn’t know if she is coming or going and things just keep getting stranger, but will they solve the case, or will the things that have been foretold come to pass? Can Miriam solve all the problems in her life, or will they all coalesce to bring her down?

If you like trying to solve a crime with a dash of romance and a bit of the supernatural sprinkled in for good measure, this is the book for you and it will suck you in.

Reviewed by @roxsannel

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Twisted Secrets (Deadly Isles Special Ops Book 1) by Amy McKinley – Review by Shannon Fowler

Twisted SecretsTwisted Secrets by Amy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is not my first book by Amy McKinley because the books McKinley writes keeps me guessing, keeps me entertained and keeps me coming back for more. This new series is not any different. The characters are engaging and fun to read about. Poor Riley, if she didn’t have all the bad luck possible, she wouldn’t have any luck at all. Enter Xander. He has his share of crap as well. But as fate would have it, these two meet and try to change their luck.
This story is the first in a new series which does reference another of McKinley’s series, The Gray Ghost Novels. But can be read without reading the other series (but you really should). Warning: this story isn’t overly sexy, but the adventure part is a little…extra. Also, this story has unanswered questions so book 2 is a must.

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Reviewed by @shannonlovesbooks

Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Matching MiriamMatching Miriam by Mya O’Malley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Matching Mariam by Mya O’Malley
Four Stars

Matching Mariam is an intriguing suspense thriller with a side of romance thrown in by Mya O’Malley. This is not my first book by Mya, but it is my favorite. This book hooked me on the first page and I read this book in one sitting. I just couldn’t put it down. The characters are strong and relatable. The storyline is amazing and gave me the impression that I was there with Mariam. This book was full of twist that had me guessing what would happen next. I highly recommend this book especially if you are a suspense thriller fan.

Review by @sunbarn
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Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley – Reviewed by Laura-Jane Minnie

Matching MiriamMatching Miriam by Mya O’Malley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It has been a good while since i have read a psychological thriller and it was brilliant. It is full of suspense, romance and murder. Miriam is trying to solve the biggest case of her career by trying to hunt down a serial killer. But When Jesse walks back in to her life she must try and keep her head in the game and crack the case. I really hope Miriam will have more books i really enjoyed this one and i would like to see her working more cases in New York.

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Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley – Review by Angela Shirley

Matching MiriamMatching Miriam by Mya O’Malley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When you are on the biggest case of your life, in walks a complication to life. Will Miriam be able to concentrate on her job as well as trying to understand were her lover fits into her life.

Miriam is a sassy, independent woman who is a tough New York cop, but when she is given the biggest case of her life she puts 110% into finding the decades old serial killer. As she investigates a lot of herself is drawn into the case and will she have anything left to try and sort her heart out from years ago.

Jesse has had his fair share of broken hearts but the one that has really hurt him the most, is the person he hopes he may be able to avoid with his new job in New York but when they do finally meet all the feels come flooding back even stronger but will be able to break the wall around his heart and give love a second chance.

I have to say that all the books by this author hit the mark and are well written and the characters are excellently developed and this book does not disappoint. I loved the glance’s of Miriam in the Maggie Series but never thought she would be brought to her full glory in her own book.

The chemistry between Jesse and Miriam from their first interaction has you salivating that this will be a full emotional encounter and they really compliment each other perfectly, then add in the suspense and thrilling storyline of the serial killer within the story and this leaves you wanting more, with questions that are still circling around in my head.

I would love to read more stories evolving Miriam and fingers crossed more will be released in the future. This is a great thriller with twists and turns and a great book you can’t put it down.

Reviewed by Angela Shirley

Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley – Review by Jenni Bishop

Matching MiriamMatching Miriam by Mya O’Malley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley is a contemporary romance. It has a little of everything, a little crime and murder, a lot of suspense and throw in some paranormal to give it a bit of spice. In true Mya fashion she gives us a read that is engrossing and easy to get lost in when trying to escape reality. Just when you think you have it worked out Mya throws you for a loop and sends you in a completely different route.

Her ex is back in town but catching a killer is Miriam’s main objective even if it means her life.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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