The House that Adelia Built by Mya O’Malley – Review by Jenni Bishop

The House that Adelia BuiltThe House that Adelia Built by Mya O’Malley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The House that Adelia Built by Mya O’Malley is a haunting tale of love and loss, lies and betrayals. There are ghosts and mysteries with lots of twists and turns. The story is told as two different stories one from the past and one in the present, one more sinister than the other. Mya is good at what she does, paranormal romance.

Adelia and her new husband find themselves on an adventure to a beautiful place to start their married life. Both full of dreams in the beginning only to find those dreams drifting away, but why?

Hope is having dreams but are they really dreams and what do they mean? Is there something that she needs to know? Can she unravel the mystery before it’s too late or has time already run out? What will Hope find?

This story is full of heartbreak and sorrow and will keep you guessing at what will happen next. I was a bit unsure about the ending but this story is full of suspense and intrigue and bound to give you a thrill.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Beginnings and Endings: A Selection of Short Stories by Jane Suen – Review by Debi Kircher

Beginnings and Endings: A Selection of Short StoriesBeginnings and Endings: A Selection of Short Stories by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Beginnings and Endings: A Selection of Short Stories by Jane Suen

5 Stars

This is not my first book by this author, and again will not be my last. I love her writing style and how the words of whatever story she writes just flow so easily. She’s so creative and I love not knowing what I’m going to get whenever I open one of her books.

This was an extremely quick and fun read. Each story took a few pages to tell but were so full of emotion that my thoughts and imagination made the stories so much longer. The first one definitely made me smile, the second one made me sad, then hopeful, and the third one was probably my favorite and made me feel content and the bonus story at the end made me laugh out loud, once I realized what I was reading I had to read it again to fully appreciate it.

Great book, I loved it!

Review by @debikircher

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Goddess of the Wild Thing by Paul DeBlassie III – Review by Bobbi Wagner

Goddess Of The Wild ThingGoddess Of The Wild Thing by Paul DeBlassie III
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Goddess of The Wild Thing by Paul DeBlassie III is a fantasy-thriller story with some romance mixed in. This is my first story by this author and I can’t wait to see what else he has for us. I enjoyed his writing style that pulled me in from the beginning. His attention to details where descriptive and made a situation or item stand out more. His characters where creative and interesting. They will take you on some twists and turns that will leave you sitting on the edge of your seat just waiting to see what will happen next. You never know what you might find lurking in the next page. This is the story of Eve who has had some bad experiences with men and has pretty much given up on love. Then she meets him, will he be able to change her opinion on love? Eve and her three friends go on a journey of discovering if one should just take what they can get good or bad. They meet some wicked witch who has a obsession with a man that could be threatening and put lives in danger. Eve struggles with deciding if she should take a chance on love but a battle between good and evil just might make it an easy choice for her. I enjoyed the characters in this story as well as the secondary characters. These four women has kind of a strange relationship with each other as they are friends but don’t always seem to like each other. They each have their own qualities that make them strong characters. They will just take you on a journey to find love that will leave you wanting to know more. I highly recommend this story as it is an easy flowing story that you won’t be able to put down until the last page. Find out if these four women find the love they are looking for.

Review by @bjwagner
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All the Light There Is (The Healing Edge, #3) by Anise Eden – Review by Jana Teppih

All the Light There Is (The Healing Edge, #3)All the Light There Is by Anise Eden
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

All the Light There Is by Anise Eden is the conclusion of her Healing Edge trilogy and what a bang it ends with! You cannot read it as a standalone, it is part of the trilogy and you’d be so lost not having read the previous 2 books. It is sad to have come to the end of the journey we started a while ago but all good things come to an end.
All the Light There Is continues where the previous story ended. Cad and Ben think that they are going on a vacation, a working vacation but still a vacation … could they be less wrong? Have they forgotten that they are on an adventure where paranormal mysteries pop up left and right and that their special skillset are needed to solve them?
Cade and Ben cannot solve the mysteries alone so we will have the whole MacGregor Group gang along on the ride where we find out more about who Cate is, who is after them, where we learn what it takes to come out at the other end! It is a story full of mystery, romance and paranormal! It gets so twisted that you are no longer sure who you can trust and who not … The writer has taken a notch up and the way she gives us these heroes and the bad guys … oh man, she really knows how to spin a story! I love the how the different characters contribute to the story in their unique way and they are all needed to bring it home!

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The 7: Greed by Geri Glenn – Review by Colleen Noyes

Greed (The Seven #2)Greed by Geri Glenn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bring on book 3

This was my first read by Geri Glenn and it was wonderful. She has a powerful way with words that bring up all kinds of emotions. I could actually feel the angst and fear through this short read. I look forward to more books.
Review by @colleennoyes

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Beachcomber Test: Beachcomber Investigations Book 7 – a Romantic Detective Series by Stephanie Queen – Review by Debi Kircher

Beachcomber Test (Beachcomber Investigations #7)Beachcomber Test by Stephanie Queen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Beachcomber Test: Beachcomber Investigations Book 7 – a Romantic Detective Series

By Stephanie Queen

5 Stars

I seriously never want this series to end, I love these people. Dane and Shana have come a long way and although you see hope that there might be a future for these two outside of their “business partnership”, I still see where there could still be so many more obstacles for them and those are the most fun to read about in my opinion. I have stated before in other reviews how much I love Cap and Acer and this book made me want even more stories maybe focussing on them a bit more.

I still think this would make an amazing TV show and can’t quite make up my mind who would play who if that happened, I just know Id watch it over and over just like I plan to come back and read this series over and over. The writing style of this author just gets better and better with each book I read, turning pages so fast because the action just never ends, and there’s never ever a dull moment.

You seriously have to read these books in order to fully appreciate these characters. Ronnie is still a favorite as well and I’m thinking there could be many stories ahead involving him.

This was an amazing addition to this already amazing series and I can not wait for more!!

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