Afflicted Love (Rhythm & Heart Series) by Autumn Sand – Review by Devon Pulliam

Afflicted LoveAfflicted Love by Autumn Sand
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Just a reminder the author does place a note at beginning of book with a trigger warning for this book.

Lyle is saved as a young kid by Kyle. However Kyle ends up saving himself at the same time. Neither boy has a good home life and has endured a rough upbringing up until they meet. Immediately they become “brothers” in every since of the word except for being blood.

Now Lyle is at a point in his life where he coming into his own and doesn’t know how to handle these feelings and emotions he is having. This goes on for a number of years until finally he does the unthinkable and breaks Kyles heart.

Their story is about finding themselves, coming into their own and discovering and living their truth. Can they make it? Will Lyle finally give in to what he’s known about himself and quit hiding? Can Kyle move past the deceit and forgive?

I am already looking forward to the rest of this story.

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Healing Kiss by Amanda Uhl – Review by Devon Pulliam

Healing KissHealing Kiss by Amanda Uhl
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ohhh how I wish there was more when this one ended! Lily has a gift of healing. Tristan is someone who has a lot of energy in him and can help Lily.

After being in hiding for a few years and even going to the extent of faking her death to avoid a corrupt business who would abuse her gift. Lily finds herself needing someone like Tristan in order to heal her sister who is gravely ill.

Never did Lily think her truth would be found by Tristan and that she’d fall in love and have to reveal her true self. Tristan doesn’t abandon her like she thought he would, but instead took down the corrupt business because of her! Can they come together and survive knowing each other’s truth?!? Read on to find out!

At the end I found myself wishing there was more, especially with Brian and Hannah. Oh how I need to know his story now!

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Cabin Eight (The Millersville Series Book 3) by Susan Specht Oram – Review by Devon Pulliam

Cabin Eight (The Millersville series)Cabin Eight by Susan Specht Oram
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When Miranda finds herself trying to deal with her emotional and tragic past she finds herself having more tragedy to deal with. In trying to “find herself and move past her past” she finds herself at a resort in Millersville for a few days.

Little did she know this was a set up and she would be turned into an experiment. In having to deal with her past and her worst fears she finds herself trapped. Being trapped she discovers a whole secret operation going on that is very ethically wrong.

Can she be brave and conquer the fears and survive? Will she be able to help those that want to get out? You must read this story that will keep you guessing as to what will be thrown in her path next!

I have quickly come to love this author and this story is one that did not disappoint in keeping me engaged and guessing! Can’t wait to read more from this author!

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The Thieves (The Millersville series) by Susan Specht Oram – Review by Devon Pulliam

The ThievesThe Thieves by Susan Specht Oram
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Jasmine and her friend Phil are trying to get away with stealing a good amount of money from Jasmines boss. All so she can help her sick father with treatment. However they get robbed by a pair of thieves who have a little more experience under their belts!

This story is full of shenanigan’s from each pair, Jas and Phil, Bets and Zerk, Dan and Robbie. When Bets and Zerk are hiding in plain sight and don’t expect to be found. Then the original thieves outsmart them and show up!

You must read to find out if the original pair of thieves are able to steal their money back and what happens to each pair. I loved this story and found it comical at times even remarking out loud how dumb they were being!

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Where Fire Meets Flame (Yours From The Ashes Book 1) by Elena Kincaid – Review by Devon Pulliam

Where Fire Meets Flame (Yours From the Ashes, #1)Where Fire Meets Flame by Elena Kincaid
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Riley and Tristan keep crossing paths. Riley is a Private Investigator who finds herself in a rescue situation. One in which Tristan will be her knight in shining armor.

Tristan with a crazy ex tried multiple times to get Riley out of the picture. When this is discovered while Tristan is keeping himself and Riley safe while waiting to be rescued they take precautions and hole up together.

This leads to a fall in head over heels in love in a 48 hours type of scenario. Then the crazy ex shows back up and threatens the fairy tale ending for Tristan and Riley.

Will they survive the crazy ex again? There are some crazy people in the world that will go to great lengths for the one they love and this book makes you think about that! I found myself wanting more story and not wanting it to end.

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With Fire and Sword (Thunder On The Moor Book 4) by Andrea Matthews – Review by Devon Pulliam

With Fire and Sword (Thunder on the Moor, #4)With Fire and Sword by Andrea Matthews
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book 4 in this series and now I’m off to read the first 3! I love time travel books and this one kept me locked in. It did take me a few chapters to catch on to who is who and all the connections since I have not read the previous 3 books in the series. Also the language in which it is written slightly threw me off at first but after chapter 2 I had it down. I think this would also be a great audio book to listen to.

Will and Maggie go to the future and have to come back to help Dylan. The question is can they get back? Can they help in the past to keep both worlds from colliding? Can they make it to where the past and future are as it should be?

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Notebook Mysteries ~ Suspicions (Notebook Mysteries Book 5) by Kimberly Mullins – Review by Devon Pulliam

Notebook Mysteries ~ Suspicions (Notebook Mysteries book #5)Notebook Mysteries ~ Suspicions by Kimberly Mullins
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Book #5 picks up with Emma and Jeremy working to find missing children. Not just a few, but several dozen!

This series has not disappointed at all and I have quickly fallen in love with all the main characters. This one was heartbreaking for several reasons as a mom. As I said they were working to find a lot of missing children. Which of course Emma finds and rescues some herself and comes across one that lets her/them know that it was more than just being taken.

Then of course a case that Emma worked on a few books ago comes back. She gets the chance to work with some of the family again…. which leads to a better outcome for all involved.

Then there’s the case of the wife who murdered her husband. When someone eerily close to his description comes into the extended family Emma has created and surrounded herself with.

This book kept me on my toes because I couldn’t stop. I had to know exactly if my thoughts were right and what was going to happen those last few dozen chapters! Again this author has not disappointed! I hope there’s more to come with Emma and Jeremy!

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The Silent Road by S.N. McKibben – Review by Devon Pulliam

The Silent RoadThe Silent Road by S.N. McKibben
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In this story there’s a lot to unfold. You have Dan, who is fighting to do what is right by his kid. He failed her and his ex-wife many years ago by always choosing the trucker life over them. The guilt he carries is heavy. He is trying to help her achieve her dreams.

This all comes when he is caught driving without a license. Then the real secret comes out as to why he has struggled passing the written test. Especially when it’s been proven and proved again that he is a heck of a trucker.

His boss pairs him up with a fellow driver Jake. Dan has made his own assumptions of Jake. However, this week long cross country trek proves to change minds, not just Dan’s but Jake’s as well. All while Dan is trying to make good on a promise to his kid.

The ending surprised me.

There is some MM relationship in this book and a lot of banter and “joking” about it from both characters and for some people that might be a bit uncomfortable. But if you look at the situation it’s something that if these were real people they’d likely be experiencing this exact thing.

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A Dress To Remember: A Fairy Tale by K.L. Small – Review by Devon Pulliam

A Dress To Remember: A Fairy TaleA Dress To Remember: A Fairy Tale by K.L. Small
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book reminds me of an old school fairy tale. Zarina is preparing for her big day and to not be outdone she goes to a dressmaker not inside the kingdom. With the direction of her Auntie they travel to the woods outside of the protected walls of the kingdom.

What a journey Zarina would take to get back to the castle in time for her gala. All while wearing a magical dress and fighting every step of the way to stay alive and get back.

She proves she’s more than just a pretty face and that a dress isn’t always what it seems.

When she comes across her Auntie’s son on her way back to the kingdom, she’s able to make a family a family again! I loved how this story unfolded and came together.

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Ocean’s Three (Made In Heaven #2) by Elena Kincaid – Review by Devon Pulliam

Ocean's Three (Made In Heaven, #2)Ocean’s Three by Elena Kincaid
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Cameron and Reed are cousins who meet Jocelyn in their shared dream one night when they were kids. She never believed they were real until many years later when fate puts them all on board a cruise ship!

Jocelyn has gone from running away from the boys in the past but now that she knows they are real will she give into her feelings? Will they be able to get her to understand their feelings? Can 3 people make a relationship work?

But wait, there’s more… Cameron has visions, a bit of a psychic. Will his ability to see things change the outcome of their relationship?

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Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Devon Pulliam

Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers, #4)Cry Baby by Belinda Williams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When Noah’s best friend Beth suddenly passes away he is immediately put into the parental role of caring for Beth’s baby. Within 24 hrs and thanks to his brother and his wife he has a nanny, Amy.

Amy and Noah fight the sparks between them for weeks until it can’t be ignored anymore. With this makes a secret that Amy has been carrying with her for years come back to haunt her.

Will their relationship survive? More importantly, will Noah be able to be the parent Beth wanted him to be when she listed him as guardian for the baby? Grab some tissues cause you will find yourself needing them and read on to find out!

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Echoing Hearts (The Echo Series Book 1) by C.R. Alam – Review by Devon Pulliam

Echoing Hearts (Book 1 of The Echo Series)Echoing Hearts by C.R. Alam
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Coincidences bring Dean and Rae together in the most unusual way. Where they fight the spark that is between them. When a coincidental moment puts them in the path of one another again.

We follow Dean and Rae in this journey of moving on from the past and falling in love. Their story was so beautifully written that it was almost like I was there and following them thru this journey!

What a journey it is! Rae is determined to help Dean move on from heartbreak and Dean is determined to open Rae’s heart to love. Just like every couple they are faced with challenges, but the question is will their new found love survive?

Grab this book, some tissues and curl up for a wonderful book. You will cry, you will laugh and most of all you will find yourself telling Rae and Dean they are being stupid!

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The White Knight Cowboy (The Studs of Clear Creek County) by Stacy-Deanne – Review by Devon Pulliam

The White Knight Cowboy Stacy-DeanneThe White Knight Cowboy Stacy-Deanne by Stacy-Deanne
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

AHHHHH…. This story was too short!!! I was so sad there wasn’t more! It sucked me in and quick!

You meet a young Lovely Jo and find out she’s the maid for one of the richest families in town. But is it all a facade? She has ran away to hide to keep from being hung for a crime she is claiming she didn’t commit.

In rolls Dusty…. Her knight in shining armor! She is hiding out at his place when they realize there’s more to their feelings towards one another. But will the Sheriff stop their potential romance from going further?

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The Man in Black by L.R. Liverpool – Review by Devon Pulliam

The Man In BlackThe Man In Black by L.R. Liverpool
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

First off this isn’t a quick read over the weekend book! The author did an AMAZING job at adding in all sorts of details that kept the story strong and alive and keeps you sucked in. I’m also not typically one that reads western books. But I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this one.

Fenimore/Simon is a dreamer and wants to join a gang in the West, rather than stay on the family farm and settle down. He has romantized/glamorized this in his dreams.

His thoughts on this lifestyle are quickly changed when he meets one the most well known (at that time in this book) gang leaders, who takes him in for saving his life! Members start dying off and well I know I’m not the only one shocked at who the murderer was! Way to keep me/us guessing until the end!

Simon quickly discovers he is at a crossroads with his sexuality once he really gets to know fellow gang members. Now the author does a phenomenal job at letting it happen naturally and the story keeps moving vs concentrating on this one part.

Overall I thoroughly enjoyed this book and glad I stepped out of my normal style and gave this one a chance!

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Chatroom With A View by Glenn Maynard – Review by Devon Pulliam

Chatroom With A ViewChatroom With A View by Glenn Maynard
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Well I was not expecting this book to be as dark as it was. Not in a bad way either. The story follows Troy as he has to come to terms with some evil in his life. Not only the evil at home but childhood bullies he now works with. Add in a crazy ex girlfriend turned stalker and you have a wonderful crime story!

Troy battles his own demons after seeing a crime at the hands of his father. After working with his childhood bullies and hearing what they do in chatrooms to various men he plots a plan of revenge. All while taking care of his father that he is keeping alive because of a threat he grew up with.

This book was hard to put down once I started it because it sucks you in from the very beginning! I love crime novels and this one was not a disappointment at all! In fact I was expecting a different ending!

This story has several different twists that were perfect for the storyline and this won’t be the last book from this author I read.

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True Colors (Landry’s True Colors Series Book One) by Krysten Lindsay Hager – Review by Devon Pulliam

True Colors (Landry's True Colors #1)True Colors by Krysten Lindsay Hager
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is such a good book for young girls in middle school.
Landry goes thru losing/gaining/losing/gaining friendships over the course of the school year. Also while navigating having parents living apart and the start of a modeling career as well.

Landry shows grace and how hard it is to navigate that awkward age of 13/14. I thought the author did a wonderful job in the inner monologue along with the characters being super relatable. Middle school is so rough in all aspects and Landry shows that you can make it thru and have various friends groups and even how to handle those when they can’t cross paths with one another.

If my daughter was a little younger I would have her read this book/series because it’s relatable for those navigating the awkward teenage years between middle school and high school.

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Vaughn’s Xena (Dirty Rockhard Billionaire Book 1) by M.I. Rosegold – Review by Devon Pulliam

Vaughn's Xena (Dirty Rockhard Series, #1)Vaughn’s Xena by M.I. Rosegold
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This story will not be everyone’s cup of tea. The disclosure upon opening the book is there for a reason. There is a lot of detail given and at first I was like it’s a bit much but then Xena reveals a BIG secret so it will make sense at one point.

Xena has been secretly in love with Vaughn for years. He happens to be her best friends/room-mate brother so he’s off limits. However Xena finds out when she meets him in person he has felt the same way about her for years to! For months they have a secret relationship that they keep away from Veronica.

Veronica is left in the dark battling her own situation. Xena and Vaughn’s relationship runs into a messy situation once Veronica does find out. The relationship comes crashing down around them and well now I am off to read book 2 because I need to know the rest of the story!

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Three Made In Heaven (Made In Heaven #1) by Elena Kincaid – Review by Devon Pulliam

Three Made in Heaven (Made in Heaven, #1)Three Made in Heaven by Elena Kincaid
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

If you want a steamy, can’t stop till you finish reading a book that will make you want to attack your significant other, this is it!

The storyline of meeting up in dreams for years and they are able to share this connection because they are soulmates. Well that alone will make you think a little differently of your dreams!

Being able to build a connection, the connection the characters have with one another is on a different level. The author did a wonderful job at having them connect so well in their dreams that when they finally meet in person it’s like they’ve always been together.

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Throwing the Curve (Playing for Keeps Book 2) by Lauren Fraser – Review by Devon Pulliam

Throwing the CurveThrowing the Curve by Lauren Fraser
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Peyton is quickly thrown into being the “fake” girlfriend of Ryan all thanks to his sleazy team-mate.

Peyton and Ryan quickly go from fake dating to real dating once they give in to the chemistry between the both of them. When a scandal breaks and divides them apart, Kendall swoops in. Kendall lets Peyton in on Ryan’s dating history so she can see why he is being the idiot he’s being.

Meanwhile in an attempt to win Peyton back Ryan dives into an idea for a non-profit that addresses the issue of consent, respect and how to be a gentleman with a woman. He wants to use his platform as a star athlete for something good and it just so happens it started because of the scandal!

Will their love triumph over the hurdles in the end? Go grab this book to find out!

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Everything to Me (Playing for Keeps Book 2) by Lauren Fraser – Review by Devon Pulliam

Everything to Me (Playing for Keeps Book 1)Everything to Me by Lauren Fraser
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When you fall head over heels for your brother’s best friend, team-mate, co-worker and you test the waters to see how far the infatuation goes on both sides.

This story was filled with passion, lust, and love. Kendall has always had a crush on Pete. The only thing standing in their way is Ryan. Who so happens to be Kendall’s brother. But also Pete’s best friend and team-mate.

We all know not to mess with team dynamics when it comes to a team sport like baseball. Pete took a leap of faith when he fell hard for Kendall and then had to face up to Ryan at the end.

Will their love for one another win or will the dynamic of the team and friendship come first?

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Shore Lodge by Susan Specht Oram – Review by Devon Pulliam

Shore Lodge: A high-stakes psychological thriller (The Millersville series)Shore Lodge: A high-stakes psychological thriller by Susan Specht Oram
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When your child(ren) turn against you and do what they think is in your best interest. What a page turner this one turned out to be.

When Dusty and Rose con their mother Jacklyn into going to a facility under false pretenses Jacklyn’s will to live and come out of all the grief she’s been under wins out.

Jacklyn puts herself in some rough situations in what turns out to be a secure psychiatric facility in order to get back to her home and cut her children off. She does it with grit and determination and comes out a survivor. She takes her life back and then some!

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A Dowry of Snails and Mud by Brittany Tucker – Review by Devon Pulliam

A Dowry of Snails and MudA Dowry of Snails and Mud by Brittany Tucker
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Forced into a marriage Rhia & Emerys come from 2 different worlds. Emerys is the sixth son of a king. Rhia is just a pheasant who is offered as bride in order to save her town from the wrath of the king.

After several run ins with the Wildmen the Prince finds himself in trouble. Rhia finally realizing her true feelings for him goes and plans to trick the kingsguard who are coming to town.

Wildmen, kingsguard and the town of Lians all celebrate over nothing more than SNAILS! Snails will save the town, take care of the debt to the King and save the Wildmen from the upcoming winter.

This is not your everyday fairy tale and I love how Rhia is strong and courageous and not one to back down for anything. She stands her ground and shows very early on she’s a strong person in many ways.

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My Pearl Heart by J.N. Sheats – Review by Devon Pulliam

My Pearl HeartMy Pearl Heart by J.N. Sheats
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

What a whirlwind of a romance that lays in this novella!

Jasmine and her “friend” Cadence own an event planning business… more so Jasmine does all the work we come to realize very quickly! Cadence betrays Jasmine in so many ways.

Jasmine is able to find her prince charming and it all started with an unforgettable kiss! He may not have been available at first but things change when the truth comes out!

This book gives off mean girl vibes and you can’t blame Jasmine for finally throwing in the towel with everything at the end. She reveals the truth about everything and finds her true happiness!

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The Girl Who Escaped by Mark Nolan – Review by Devon Pulliam

I could see this book as a movie. It was so good that I honestly could not put it down and read it in a day! I just had to know what happened next!

Angie and 3 of her friends are celebrating spring break when it turns deadly. Angie is the only survivor and is running for her life! With the help of the FBI and a therapy dog she finds her voice again and they are able to find the kidnapper/killer and discover so much more.

With the help of the therapy dog and of course Angie’s determination to survive they uncover dozens of girls who have been taken.

This book reminds you to teach your loved ones some safety techniques and not just women. Angie’s father was smart in giving her some actual tools to keep handy if she needed them for her car but to also remind her that they could be used for other things as well. This very well saved her life!

Grab this book and read it for the rest of the story and be prepared to stay on your toes while reading it!

Underboss’s Retaliation (Sicilian Gods Book 2) by Via Mari – Review by Devon Pulliam

Underboss's Retaliation (Sicilian Gods Book 2)Underboss’s Retaliation by Via Mari
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book 2 and continues with the Larussio family going up against the De Rosa family. This book picks up where book 1 ended. Even giving a glimpse into book 1 in the first few pages.

This time the story is primarily about Dominic and Emelia. Which they are from opposite families that are enemies. So the first few chapters kind of give that Romeo and Juliet vibe. I love how Emelia is shown to be stronger than thought to be!

Emelia and Dominic cross a line that can never be un-crossed and no matter what one of them would have to give up their family lineage if they wanted to be together. Emelia shows just how strong she is and Dominic shows her how far he will go to protect her.

I can’t wait to follow more of this family and see how this all plays out. I’m glad that each one is centered around a particular person.

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After She Became a Lady by Wareeze Woodson – Review By Devon Pulliam

After She Became a LadyAfter She Became a Lady by Wareeze Woodson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

What a great historical romance story! Typically books written in the old english language can be hard to follow sometimes but this one isn’t so over bearing with it.

Laurel convinces her aunt to let her marry Lord Laningham. They wed quickly and head to his estate. Where his twin is quickly against and does nothing to hide it. Laurel is left alone while her husband is away at war and let to defend herself against his sister and her antics.

Those early years of marriage are hard, but Laurel’s is made even harder and with every step forward you see Rhonda kicking her two steps back. The biggest question is will Laurel and Robert be able to survive and will their marriage last?

This book was a quick read but I wish there was more. Some of the story line felt a little empty, like it was missing some of the story. But you imagine yourself on the estate with Laurel as she is going through taking over the house.

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Boss’s Vendetta (Sicilian Gods Book 1) by Via Mari – Review by Devon Pulliam

Boss's Vendetta (Sicilian Gods Book 1)Boss’s Vendetta by Via Mari
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

What a good dark, mysterious, crime and passion filled story!

Adrianna had come to work for the Larussio family under seemingly false pretenses. Keeping secrets of her own until a horrific incident occurred that required her to be closer than ever to the family.

Mafia secrets come out and the path of Salvatore changed the minute he met Adrianna. When her own secrets come out he is faced with choices, on top of the decisions he’s making for the family already.

This book did not disappoint in the anticipation of what was going to happen next. A few twists and that was just what was needed to keep you guessing! I’ve read a few other books by this author and yet again not a disappointment in this story.

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Road to the Mansfield (Express Investigations Book 1) by CB Laurence – Review by Devon Pulliam

Road to the Mansfield (Express Investigations, #1)Road to the Mansfield by CB Laurence
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I love that all 3 stories connect at the end. This book is such an easy read that also kept my attention from start to finish.

The first story starts with Francie. Kind of reminds me of the song “Fancy” by Reba McEntire. She is living very poor, her mom is not in the best health and they have her baby brother to take care of. Francie comes back one day after selling some frog legs and her mom dresses her up all fancy and sends her off with one of her clients she sews for.

Francie’s singing voice saves her from so much until 2 crimes threaten to take all that way from her.

Then you have Rose. My heart broke for Rose through her whole story. She quickly marries a passerby to escape the life she is living and they head to California. Rose meets Francie and her life changes so much for the better. Rose quickly learns the man she “loves” and married that maybe her father was right about him. But like many marriages in the time period of this book, was trying to stick it out and make it work.

Then comes the story of Beau. The heartbreak he suffers after not being able to help a friend in a legal situation haunts him the rest of his life. However, between that and his divorce he changes his law practice and moves to California.

Oh how I can’t wait to see what happens with these 3 characters in the next book!

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Degrees of Innocence: Dark Mafia Romance (Cruel Deceptions Book 1) By Via Mari – Review by Devon Pulliam

Degrees of Innocence (Prestian Series, #1)Degrees of Innocence by Via Mari
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I finished this book in one sitting and immediately got the next one so I could know more on what happens with Chase and Katarina!

This was such a hold my attention, can’t stop, must know what happens next book.

Katarina is on a work trip when she meets wealthy Chase…. and did not realize he’s actually her employer! A whirlwind romance mixed in with some dangerous events lead Katarina and Chase living together.

Chase is a man of mystery to Katarina however and she is quickly thrown into the paparazzi spotlight when they return to the US. The events from the week long work trip follow her home and she questions her future with Chase. All of this is happening while she is exploring her sexual side with Chase! Seriously go read to find out more and then proceed to download the others in this series!

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The Daredevil (WaterFyre Rising Book 2) by Nadia Han – Review by Devon Pulliam

The Daredevil (WaterFyre Rising, #2)The Daredevil by Nadia Han
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was not expecting all the steaminess this book provided. So if that isn’t your thing then this book will not be for you. It is done very tastefully compared to other books. However, once I started I could not stop. I had to know how their story played out!

Royce and Michelle are friends through their mutual friends. Their story turns out to be so much more. They discover that it’s the Universe that has put them in each other’s lives. They have encountered one another without really knowing. I loved that part of their story. They were destined to be together.

Royce was raised by his aunt and encountered some hard moments very early in his life that likely shaped him to be who he turned into. He is a successful business owner that Michelle was trying to not let herself get caught up in. When unlikely circumstances kept pushing them together!

The end, I was not expecting that at all. What a great happy twist and this author did an amazing job at making you feel like you were watching their story unfold and keeping you sucked in the whole time.

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