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A Beach Wedding To Die For (Cozy Mysteries To Die For Book 2) by Judy Moore – Review by Laura Furuta

A Beach Wedding To Die ForA Beach Wedding To Die For by Judy Moore
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Beach Wedding To Die For (Cozy Mysteries To Die For Book 2)
By Judy Moore
5 out of 5 stars

I loved reading the book A Beach Wedding To Die For (Cozy Mysteries To Die For Book 2) by Judy Moore. It is a mystery story that pulled me in from the very beginning. Two jilted grooms show up for a bride’s next wedding. Trouble is unavoidable. Who will not be leaving the wedding alive? Read this book to find out. This is a story that had me turning pages wondering what was going to happen next. It has wonderful characters. I loved reading about Beck O’Rourke. She is intelligent, independent, and is ready to jump into action as a detective. I also loved Beck’s grandmother and her sister, Miss Alice, and Lizzie. They make up a family that owns and operates a bookstore, and they help and take care of each other. Then there is Detective Devon Mathis. He is handsome and is attracted to Beck. There are also other additional characters that I enjoyed reading about. All of them have their part to play. The author does a wonderful job of making all of the characters come alive on the pages. I felt like I was right there with them. Don’t miss out on a mystery that will keep you guessing until the end. I highly recommend reading this story.

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A Beach Wedding To Die For (Cozy Mysteries To Die For Book 2) by Judy Moore – Review by Bobbi Wagner

A Beach Wedding To Die ForA Beach Wedding To Die For by Judy Moore
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the second book in this series. It can be read as a stand alone but I highly suggest reading the first book too. I enjoyed this one if not more than the first one. This is a well written story that has characters that not only make the story come to life but also so entertaining. I had no problems connecting with them. This is an engaging story that kept me turning pages to the end. Beck once again plays detective in this story. She has been a bridesmaid in two weddings where the bride has jilted the groom. Now she is up for a third wedding and has been tasked with keeping the two exes from making a scene. What will happen when the bride is murdered? This is a great who done it story. The mystery and twists and turns made the story easy to read and follow. The characters made you feel as if you were there with them. I highly recommend this book and this author.

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Night Justice (A Chicago Vigilantes Novel Book 1) by India Kells

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Night Justice (A Chicago Vigilantes Novel Book 1) by India Kells
Genre – Dark Romantic Suspense
Page Count – 210 pages
Cover Designer – Moonstruck Cover Design & Photography
Carpe Noctem… To bring justice to this city, a vigilante must seize the night. And sacrifice everything else, including the woman he loves.
When she hears rumors of a new drug about to overtake Chicago, reporter Orla Karlsen is desperate to defend her city and will stop at nothing to halt its distribution, including stepping into Chicago’s underworld. She has a second agenda—to uncover the person dispensing his own brand of justice to those on the wrong side of the law—the Vigilante.
The Vigilante fights to protect the city in darkness and shadows. His latest goal is to track down the suppliers of the new drug and stop them before users start dying, and he targets Orla as a way to get information.
Their common quest will intersect in a fiery showdown and they’ll need to trust each other to untangle a mess of lies, power, and danger. Orla seizes the opportunity to learn more about the man behind the mask and agrees to work with him to bring down those behind the new drug.
Loyalties and ambitions shift though when she realizes he’s not just another criminal, but someone with honor that truly cares for the citizens of Chicago. The connection between them builds into an undeniable sexual need neither of them can fight and despite the danger, they can’t stay away from each other.
Orla is willing to give her body, but when their lives are on the line, Orla fights to gain the trust of the man she’s given her heart to.
Will love be enough to save them both, or will the Vigilante sacrifice Orla to keep his secrets?

~ AMAZON ~

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India Kells is a romantic suspense and paranormal romance author from Montreal, Canada. Her idea of heaven is cozying up on her sofa during cold winter nights, reading lots and lots of books. Inside her wild imagination, she weaves stories filled with the adventures of kickass women and courageous alpha men. When India’s not writing about sexy thieves, dashing soldiers and cunning villains, she’s traveling the world to find inspiration for her next stories. Human nature is her greatest muse!

The Queen’s Dog (An Empire at Twilight Novel) by N.L. Holmes – Review by Kerry Baker

The Queen's DogThe Queen’s Dog by N.L. Holmes
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Queens Dog by N.L. Holmes is the third boo in the Empire at Twilight series. This book can be read as a standalone although the whole series is worth the read. This book is exactly what I have come to expect from not only this series but this author. It was a detailed and well thought out story that really draws you in to what is happening. It is so easy to imagine everything the author is describing it really does feel like you are there with the characters.
I like how the authors interest in the historical side of these books clearly comes through. For me it makes the whole book a bit more interesting to read as you can really feel the intensity about it. This story really did have a bit of everything and I couldn’t hep but sympathise with the character the position he found himself in. This is a great book and I would definitely recommend it.

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The Queen’s Dog (An Empire at Twilight Novel) by N.L. Holmes – Review by Mirela Ruiz

The Queen's DogThe Queen’s Dog by N.L. Holmes
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Queen’s Dog (An Empire at Twilight Novel) by N.L. Holmes was a great read. I enjoyed the attention to detail. Historical fiction is not my go to read, but I love when I find a good one. I loved all the elements that the story provided: the mystery, suspense, and action. I did not want to put it down!

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The Queen’s Dog (An Empire at Twilight Novel) by N.L. Holmes – Review by Jenni Bishop

The Queen's DogThe Queen’s Dog by N.L. Holmes
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Queen’s Dog (Empire at Twilight Book 3) by N.L. Holmes is an historical crime story and one that grabs your attention. NL’s writing shows she is passionate about history and is able to weave it together and give us an exciting read. This story had the pages turning and NL does a great job of setting the scene with being her descriptive and vivid writing. One mans belief in loving the right woman is sorely misplaced and leads to regret.

 

Reviewed by @jennadb

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The Queen’s Dog (An Empire at Twilight Novel) by N.L. Holmes – Review by Bobbi Wagner

The Queen's DogThe Queen’s Dog by N.L. Holmes
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the third book in this series and my favorite yet by this author. This is a story full of mystery, suspense and action. It is an engaging story that has characters that bring the story to life. The details in this story made it entertaining and made me feel as if I was right there with the characters. This is a story about Ugarit and the betrayal of love his mistress, the queen, has made him feel. He was sent to spy on her when he learns of this betrayal. Now she is faced with execution. Will he save her? I enjoyed Ugarit’s character. I felt bad for him at times but he is determined and strong. He really made the story for me. I highly recommend this story and this author.

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The Queen’s Dog (An Empire at Twilight Novel) by N.L. Holmes – Review by Laura Furuta

The Queen's DogThe Queen’s Dog by N.L. Holmes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Queen’s Dog (An Empire at Twilight Novel)
By N.L. Holmes
5 out of 5 stars

I loved reading the book The Queen’s Dog (An Empire at Twilight Novel) by N.L. Holmes. It is a story that takes you back in time to a kingdom with kings, queens, and spies. It is a book that had me hooked from the beginning. You are introduced to a eunuch slave and the book is told from his POV. He is a man that has conflicting emotions. I felt for this character as I read of how he felt taking the actions that he did. This story does a wonderful job of taking you back to another time. The author does an amazing job of making the story and the characters come alive. I felt like I was right there with them. The book also had me turning pages wondering what was going to happen next. The story is brilliantly written, and I found myself thinking about it even after I had finished the final page. Don’t miss out on an entertaining and intriguing book. I highly recommend reading it.

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Blue Magnolia: Red Farlow Mysteries #2 by W.F. Ranew Written by Crystal Davidson

Blue Magnolia (Red Farlow Mysteries, #2)Blue Magnolia by W.F. Ranew
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hank “Cowboy” Tillman Solo is an up and coming travelling country singer and Red Farlow is the Private Investigator hired to keep him safe. This is book 2 in a 3-book series. This story was a bit hard to follow at first as there are so many characters, but after the first few chapters it becomes easier to follow and a great read! Just a quick warning, this story has some descriptive scenes of violence, rape, and hate crimes that may be hard for some people to read! It really depicts alt-right extremists in an ugly light, as well as offers some history of the subject. There are twists, turns, and plenty of action! The author writes it in a way that makes you feel like you are in the Old South, when its placed in more recent times, in Georgia. The author has an incredible way with words and language, and once I got started, I could not put this book down. I read it in less than a day! I personally give this story 4 stars and am extremely excited to see what happened before this book and what is next in the Red Farlow series!

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VANISHING DAY (A Logan McKenna Mystery Book 4) by Valerie Davisson – Review by Kimberly Griffiths

Vanishing Day: Logan Book 4 (The Logan McKenna Series)Vanishing Day: Logan Book 4 by Valerie Davisson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Vanishing Day
By
Valarie Davisson

In this book 4 of the series Logan finds herself with a new neighbor that she at once feels something is just not right with. As she gets to know her and her daughter she discovers that they are running from an abusive situation. I like Logan’s character in this series, she is a likable person with good natured friends and I love the small town feel that surrounds her, we all wish we could live in such a place. As with each book in this series I look forward to the next book.

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