Slick Running (Satan’s Devils MC #3) AUDIO BOOK by Manda Mellett – Review by Debi Kircher

Slick Running (Satan’s Devils MC #3) AUDIO BOOK by Manda Mellett 

5 Stars


It had been awhile since I read this ebook and of course jumped at the chance to have it read to me once again. She did an amazing job picking her narrators for this book and I literally listened to it in a little over a day including breaks.


This one came right out of the shoot tearing at my emotions, and I’m not sure those emotions ever evened out. This one kinda sorta has two storylines, one started back in book #1 and I love the way that was all handled..took me a second and I was like whoa hold on this sounds familiar then I actually went back and paid attention to the times given to me at the beginning of the chapters.


My heart is still completely broken and there’s parts of this book that will still play out later and I’m actually not looking forward to those because I know they aren’t going to be easy. Not going to go into any of that because you really just need to pick this up to appreciate all of the emotions.


Slick has absolutely positively won every ounce of respect I can muster up, I felt so bad for him because he didn’t know the whole story about Ella and what she went through and acted rashly, as well as how Ella was dealing with it all. There are alot of moving parts to this whole book, and in some ways it’s because I know what is to come down the road. This is now another of my favorites from all of these series, although I’ve read them all I still can not wait now to grab every audible going forward.


Please do yourself a favor and lose yourself in this Satan’s Devils world…it is absolutely positively no doubt about it my favorite MC of all books I’ve ever read!

Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 6) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Debi Kircher

Swipe Right to Bite (New Orleans Nocturnes, #6)Swipe Right to Bite by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Stars

This is my very first book by this author and luckily being it is book 6 in the series I did not need the previous books to enjoy this story. It was written very well and did make me smile a lot and even laugh out loud a few times. I could feel that I missed a lot though by not reading other character stories, and I normally do not do that but it did not take away from this one being a fully enjoyable standalone.

I love reading books that are set in New Orleans, there’s just a feeling that goes along with that setting. I don’t normally read this genre but have heard so many good things about this author and I’m really glad I tried it and am definitely looking forward to reading many more.

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Whatever Tomorrow Brings (Embrace Tomorrow Duet Book 2) by Amy Argent – Review by Debi Kircher

Whatever Tomorrow Brings (Embrace Tomorrow #2)Whatever Tomorrow Brings by Amy Argent
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5+++++ Stars

I’m so sad that I’m done with these two books and I’ll never get to read them for the first time again! Not many books make me feel that way but these have somehow touched me in a way not many books have and it feels cheap to say this but, this 2 book series has absolutely become my favorites of 2021.

I’m going to miss the sweetness of Tori and Will. With everything they went through you could feel how much they cared for each other radiating off the pages. My heart still broke a few times in this part of the story. I can only imagine how those fears can affect a person, and once again the way every scene was written was with a lot of thought and you could tell the author put everything she had into each word. I loved how the friendships held tight throughout and how they all came together to help and be the support system for them.

This one had a few scenes that you really will need a fan blowing on you while reading! Holy Moly!! And thats all Im going to say about that LOL

These 2 books are a team, you can not read one without the other, and I can not wait to give it some time and start them all over again.

So many thanks to this author for giving me this story, and also taking the time needed to make them so perfect.

Can not wait for more from this author!!!! I will read them all!

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Unlikely to Stay (Parker Lake) by Olivia Sherwood – Review by Debi Kircher

Unlikely to Stay (A Parker Lake Novel Book 3)Unlikely to Stay by Ashlie Knapp
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 ++++ Stars

Oh my goodness, I love this series so so much! I love this author and will read anything she decides to write. I love her way of adding in humorous dialogue between her characters and the way she keeps things real throughout.

Her stories flow so easily that you don’t even realize you are at the end until it happens. I read this in one sitting, I enjoyed it so much I just couldn’t put it down. I have absolutely fallen in love with this town and its residents. Some are almost too quirky but I absolutely love them and am so glad they are the way they are. I found myself with a smile on my face and laughing out loud many times, yes I also got very emotional at times because a few of the stories about these people absolutely broke my heart. Brant and CC were an amazing lead couple, I loved them both and Brants Mom, omg she was a hoot!

The friendship and family aspect of this story was my favorite part, which is why I will go back and read these all again. I highly recommend reading these in order, even though each focuses on a different couple, the history of these friends makes every book that much more enjoyable!

I am so very much looking forward to the next in this series and anything that this author comes up with. She is awesome and an absolute one click for me.

I loved every single word!

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Black Canvas by Laura Rossi – Review by Debi Kircher

Black CanvasBlack Canvas by Laura Rossi
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 ++++ Stars

I have no words to describe what I was feeling while reading this book then when I finished. I was in awe of the writing, it was an open the book and forgetting you exist outside of it kind of book! I read it in 2 sittings and although I had a small problem connecting with Aria at first, I enjoyed every second of this read. As you read you can start to feel the building of the why in this story. Why Aria is Aria, why the spiraling loss of control.

I love books that have jaw dropping twists that you don’t see coming. This one had that in spades. Perfectly placed twists! I still don’t have my thoughts straight so writing this review is not easy. I 100% loved this book. I love this genre and reading ones that are written like this make me love it even more!

This is my first read by this author and I’m blown away. I already have her page up so that I can read even more. I love the style, I love the way she handles character dialogue and my favorite is that I truly got lost in this book. I already want to read it again, and will soon!

I have added this author to my watchlist and can’t wait to read more!!


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Limbo by Laura Koerber – Review by Debi Kircher

LimboLimbo by Laura Koerber
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4 Stars

I read this in one sitting as it’s a very short quick read and when it ended I was really confused. I guess like all books you read you know that that last page is going to clear everything up for you. I either missed that happening, or it didn’t happen with this one. This was a really good read though and I enjoyed the whole idea of this storyline. I have not read other books yet by this author but I do plan to because the writing was amazing. I had a clear picture in my head of the town and each of the characters. It felt calm and thought provoking all the way through. My 4 stars are only based on wanting more I think. I didn’t have that satisfied feeling of closure at the end.

I will be looking into other books by this author based on the writing that I very much enjoyed in this one!

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Red’s Peril Part 2: The Prez’s Old Lady (Satan’s Devils MC Vegas Chapter #2) by Manda Mellett – Review by Debi Kircher

Red's Peril Part 2: The Prez's Old Lady (Satan's Devils MC Vegas #2)Red’s Peril Part 2: The Prez’s Old Lady by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Red’s Peril Part 2: The Prez’s Old Lady (Satan’s Devils MC Vegas Chapter #2) by Manda Mellett

5 Stars

I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this book after finishing Part 1. I’ve read so many of this author’s books it feels like the MC is just part of my life now. Don’t even try to read this one without reading part 1, I did read it and had to stop and think and remember a few things. This is just another addition to an awesome multi series story. A series that spans many different chapters but still feels like one family.

Red and Cher’s story was awesome, although they didn’t grab me quite as quickly as many others’ stories it was still a book I had a hard time putting down for the everyday life things. It touched on subjects that have become a reality in real life and “keeping it real” is what has made me fall in love with this author.

Each story in all of these chapter series is always fresh and new, never predictable and as always I can not wait for more.

If you have not entered the Satan’s Devils clubhouses yet, I highly recommend you open that door, you will never want to leave!

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Born in Darkness (Mafia Elite Book 3) by Amy McKinley – Review by Debi Kircher

Born in Darkness (Mafia Elite, #3)Born in Darkness by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Stars

I could not wait to read this, I fell in love with Emiliana and Stefano right from the start and read this book in one sitting. I was able to do that because I know that when I start a book by this author I never want to put it down so I made sure I chose a day I could just jump in and savor every word.

This was a perfect addition to this series. If you have not read these yet, you really must. This had me on the edge of my seat more than once and I found I couldn’t read fast enough because I had to know what was going to happen next! As usual the twists were placed perfectly and you never knew they were coming.

I love this author, she is among my favorites, and I’d read anything she writes. I can not wait for January when book 4 comes. I also can not wait to read all of these again back to back on a quiet rainy weekend!

Loved It!!

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Come Back Tomorrow (Embrace Tomorrow Duet Book 1) by Amy Argent – Review by Debi Kircher

Come Back Tomorrow (Embrace Tomorrow, #1)Come Back Tomorrow by Amy Argent
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 +++++++ Stars

I finished this book and would normally come right in and write a review. I couldn’t do that with this one. The very first thing I did was one click book 2. I had to read some of that because it was like I had quit breathing after the first.

I normally shy away from anything too sad, anything to do with anyone having the big “C”. I will say that other readers’ reviews for this book is what reeled me in, and the cover kept drawing me back to it. I’m especially shocked that I chose to read this in the times we are living in.

I was hooked on the first paragraph! I hated every single time I had to put this book down, and it never left my mind till I picked it back up. I was completely shocked that this is this author’s first book. I still can’t believe it. It was written as well if not better than many best selling books out there today. Authors with a whole list of books do not have anything on this author. I can tell this was written with a lot of emotion, care, and love. I felt every bit of that. Will and Tori **sigh** first I’ll start with Tori. I walked in her shoes with her this whole book. I fell to my knees with her through this whole book. Her character was written so beautifully and her strength was everything! She was everything Will didnt want around him, yet needed her even though he fought not to. Reading the building of this connection felt completely natural and I cried alot, lost my breath a lot and worried a lot. I also though smiled, and laughed. The interaction between these two was simple perfection in my eyes.

I also want to mention Jenny, I loved her, her character was very strong in this book. I felt her struggle with things I suspected, being torn the way she was I can’t even imagine and don’t know that Id have had the strength to keep those lines from getting blurred.

I loved this book. I already love this author, and I’m so thankful I read it. It’s not all depressing and sad. It’s a journey of a growing love, and a whole lot of hope that never got lost in the mix. It was a lot of people’s reality, and I am so thankful I have the next one sitting right here on my kindle, because waiting for it would probably ruin me!

Many thanks to this author for giving me this book. I know I will be reading this again in the future. I can confidently say this is one of my top 3 books of 2021!

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King Bastard (A Dark Sparrow Novel Book 6) by India Kells – Review by Debi Kircher

King Bastard (Dark Sparrow, #6)King Bastard by India Kells
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 +++++ Stars

I was so messed up when this book hit my kindle. I couldn’t wait to read it yet didn’t want to start it because I knew it was the end of another amazing series by this author. I literally love all of this author’s books, and it might just be because I just finished this that I’m saying this is my favorite. I knew the ongoing story playing out in all these books was going to end in a really big way and I was right. This part though had me feeling every emotion possible. I held my breath more than once and fell in love with Lazarus and Sasha. Oz had already won my heart more than once and I couldn’t wait for him to get his story. This was amazing, reconnecting with others from the previous books. Oz’s mum was perfect in this book!

The twists and turns will have you pulling your hair out, the suspense, danger and I could literally feel the determination of these characters to finally put an end to it all.

This was a perfect ending to an amazing series, one that I can’t wait to read again in the future back to back. Start from book 1, need every story leading up to this one to get the full effect of what is happening. They are all quick reads mainly because once you pick each one up you won’t want to put it down and the next thing you know you’re finished. This author is amazing and I will always pick up any book she writes.

Sad that it’s over! Can’t wait to see what comes next!

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