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Diabolical Sword (The Charm Collector Book 1) by Melissa Erin Jackson – Review by Ashley McMillon

Diabolical Sword (The Charm Collector, #1)Diabolical Sword by Melissa Erin Jackson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is my first time reading a book from this author and I’m so glad I took the chance! The author pens a story that is original, captivating, and addictive! I wish I had more time to read it all at once! Harlow is going through her own trauma from missing her parents, and refusing to follow in their footsteps. She decides to make her own way, which leads to her own level of trouble. This magic sword she steals chooses her and takes her captive, and then brings a world of hurt to her life. Harlow fights hard for her life and ends up on the run. With every turn of the page I was on the edge of my seat as this amazing a story developed! Now on to book 2!

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Forbidden Moon (The Shadow Chronicles Book 3) by CR Robertson Reviewed by Jasmin Slagle

Forbidden MoonForbidden Moon by C.R. Robertson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’m so sad it has to end. Tasha and Levi are absolute paranormal perfection. Tasha and Levi’s daughter, Persephone, could save both species with her amazing powers. I just can’t get enough of these books.

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Born in Darkness (Mafia Elite Book 3) by Amy McKinley – Review by Charlene Yates

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

Have you read Books 1 and 2? You dont have to, because this is a good standalone but the backstories of everyone blend well into each other if you have already read one and two.
This was action packed and I don’t want to give away spoilers but I will say there are dramatic moments and we all want to see if Em and Stefano wind up together because they have been in love since forever but there’s always arranged marriages in the Mafia family and there is talk of human trafficking so readers beware. There are dope women though who can kick some ass and that’s what we are here for. There is major empowerment in these books. Hard to put down and I am ready for more.

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Piasa by Maggie Adams- Reviewed by Stephanie Dulac

Piasa (Legends, #3)Piasa by Maggie Adams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Piasa is the first book ive read by this author and im glad i did what a first book!!! Although this is my first read by this author Piasa is book 3 in the legends series. I really enjoyed this read and it held my intrest. I felt Piasa was a really easy and smooth read. I enjoyed the details really made me feel like i was in the story. My loved the Romance in this read i felt like it was the perfect amount and not overly powering. I look forward to catching up on this series and reading more by this Author. I rated this read a 4 star and would highly recommend this book if you havent already add to your TBR shelf 💜

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

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

Carrie Pulkinen’s Swipe Right to Bite is a quick paced hilarious read. While being the sixth in the series, this book can be read as a stand alone. In New Orleans, Katrina, a succubus, uses her hook up app as a way to fast from her sexual urges. She hopes staying low key will have Satan forgetting about her and will get him to grant her freedom. In comes Gabe, an incubus, offering lectures on the importance of emotional intimacy in a relationship as well of not using dating/hookup apps. What could go wrong? Katrina and Gabe start off on the wrong foot, showing their demon sides as a way to get back at each other. Slowly each starts to realize the assumptions they made were wrong. After working through a handful of hiccups with the help of friends the two finally get their happily ever after.

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Master Tuscano (Masters of the Consulate Book 2) by Sylvia Black – Review by Erica Banes

Master Tuscano: Dark Vampire Romance (Masters of the Consulate Book 2)Master Tuscano: Dark Vampire Romance by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Book two in this series just gets better. Im glad I started reading this series. Overall its a easy read that you can fall into. Great characters and great story. A must read series.

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Master Descallia (Masters of the Consulate Book 1) by Sylvia Black – Review by Erica Banes

Descallia: Dark Vampire Romance (Masters of the Consulate Book 1)Descallia: Dark Vampire Romance by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was skeptical at first glance, The cover got to me. After reading it though it was good. There are times I was like “meh” but it really was a good book overall. I’ll be reading the next book in the series. Glad I started reading it. If your looking for a series I recommend this one for sure.

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Exiled South by Harriet Cannon – Review by Shelly Kittell

Exiled SouthExiled South by Harriet Cannon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a truly intriguing book that caught my attention with the conversation between Liz and Dan. It built from there. The story was well-written. The topic was interesting and well-researched. The characters felt like they could have been pulled right out of the community, very relatable. Intense, intriguing and a very goood read. I enjoyed this book.

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The Earl’s Scandalous Wager by Wareeze Woodson-Review by Elena Tobar

The Earl's Scandalous WagerThe Earl’s Scandalous Wager by Wareeze Woodson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a great historical romance with a twist. This book really pulled me in from the very first page. Poor Emily ins her self put up as collateral in a bet by her stepbrother. She quickly discovers there are far worse things than being won by such a handsome man. Philip may be drunk and she may be terrified but they are both drawn to each other and their hearts call out to the other. As they start to get to know each other their feelings grow. There are some unexpected twists and turns in this story that really kept me glued to the edge of my seat! If you love historical romances this is one that you definitely won’t want to miss.

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Unlikely to Stay (Parker Lake) by Olivia Sherwood – Review by Angelina Frazzini

Unlikely to Stay (A Parker Lake Novel Book 3)Unlikely to Stay by Ashlie Knapp
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book three of the series and can be read as a standalone. I highly recommend reading the whole series because each book is fantastic!

Colleen is Parker’s only hairstylist. She’s not had much stability in her life and lacks confidence so she really tries to steer clear of many people. Brant has never had any ties accept for his adoptive mother. If he can stay in Parker for three years, his school loans are free and clear. He’s sure he will walk away after three years no problem. Best laid plans and all that. Brant and CC meet after an auction date is purchased for CC. Both of them have baggage that weighs them down. Will these two work passed the demons of their past or will it all be too much?

I really enjoyed this book, much like the others in the series. I couldn’t put it down! CC struggles with confidence but works to help everyone else feel great about themselves. She’s so selfless. I really enjoyed both CC and Brant as characters. I highly recommend!

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