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Fierce Emotions (Marcy Series Book 8) by Linda Burson – Review by Emily Walsh

Fierce EmotionsFierce Emotions
By: Linda Burson
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fierce Emotions (Marcy Series Book 8) by Linda Burson was an engaging, feels invoking read, that had me hooked.

The 8th book in this crazy amazing series, we follow our strong MC Marcy, as she settles into life with her men, child and baby to be. Their family dynamic is something else, but as much as you think you’d be bothered with it, you’re not, and that’s part of the magic of this series. Well written characters, strong plots and high strung mysteries, keeps the flow going and the blood pressure high. Now I will say that this series follows a continuous time line, and interconnecting multi layered plots, so I highly suggest reading these books in order, or you won’t get the full effect of Marcy, Liam, Brad, and their complex relationships.

Overall this book was on par with the rest, and I believe for me the best so far, but I think I say that about them all. So you can take that as, this series just keeps getting better, and better, and the writing never wavers. So please take my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval, that you will fall hard for this truly one of a kind read.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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Edge of the Storm (Silent Secrets Book 2) by Lisette Kristensen – Review by Emily Walsh

Edge of the Storm: Book 2 (Silent Secrets)Edge of the Storm: Book 2
By: Lisette Kristensen
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Edge of the Storm (Silent Secrets Book 2) by Lisette Kristensen was an action packed thrill ride that had me gripped from start to finish. This was a taste of what I believe is going to be an awesome series.

Right out of the gate we’re shown what these agents can do. Deadly, there’s no other word needed to describe these ladies, deadly covers it all. Blackbird, is firece, I don’t think I would have held up like she did. I want to read more about this character. She doesn’t have much back story, but that added to her mystic, so reading the first book is a must, if you want to know more about this fierce deadly character.

This is a short read coming in at at about75 pages, making an already quick read, mixed in with the fast moving plot and action, over in a blink. I was left wanting more! The ending is a bit open, so I’m hoping that means there’s going to be more to this world. Going back to the plot, it was pretty solid, there were a few shaky spots, but I believe that has to do with the short length. A bit more time on the key plot twist would have made the story that much more epic. I believe this short read would make a thrilling exciting full length novel.

I highly recommend you pick up this fast pace, action packed, thriller. So please take my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval, that this book will keep you on edge, keep that blood up and, make you second guest any new character that seem to be… unimportant.

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Wrath (The Deadliest Sin Series Book 1) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Emily Walsh

Wrath (The Deadliest Sin Series Book 1)Wrath
By: Gwyn McNamee
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wrath (The Deadliest Sin Series Book 1) by Gwyn McNamee was a dark romance that will have you on the edge of your seat.

The first book in what I believe will be something amazing. This quick read gets your blood going right away, with a quick fire, dark prologue, before getting right into the smutty hotness of the MC’s. The stage was set beautifully, and when it was time for the real plot and bloody like action to get underway, It. Was. Glorious.

This book had a “Man of Fire” feel, with a bit of the “Equalizer”. I was hooked, hard. This novella read liked a full length book, and man oh man, I didn’t want the ride to end. Speaking of endings, I don’t know if I’m okay with it, cause, wow, I loved it, I’m a little mad at the author for it, but wow it was good.

Overall this book is a must read and a super high recommendation from me. So please take my golden stamp of approval that, you will love to hate, to be obsessed with this book.

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After Wrath (The Deadliest Sin Book 2) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Emily Walsh

After Wrath (The Deadliest Sin Series Book 2)After Wrath
By: Gwyn McNamee
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

After Wrath (The Deadliest Sin Book 2) by Gwyn McNamee was a dark, twisted read, that weirdly had me hooked.

Taking place in the aftermath of the first book, we’re once again taken on a war path of crime, rage and powerful dark love. I was captivating right away, just like the first book, the dark tones, the lust, the powerful characters are something to behold, and something that will hook you in seconds. I’ve never been one to read mob type books, but this fast, exciting read, was different. As they are around 100 pages, the story moves fast, there’s no fluff, no distractions to take away from the plot, but it doesn’t skip on the detail or character growth. These books pck a powerful punch, and managed to get under your skin and ignite the feels.

Overall this book is a must read, and I highly suggest reading the first book, as you won’t get the full effect of this one without it. So please take my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval, that you will not be able to book this book or this series, down.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman – Review by Emily Walsh

The Immigrant. An Italian in AmericaThe Immigrant. An Italian in America
By: Gaia B. Amman
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Immigrant: An Italian in America (The Italian Saga Book 7) by Gaia B Amman was an exciting, original, engaging read that had me hooked form start to finish.

Not my first read from this author on n this series, so when this book came out, I snatched it up in a heartbeat! Detailed and pulling, this book has all the charm of the others in this series. Right away I fall back into the love I have for the MC, the quirkiness, the sass, the bluntness, and just the way the MC present herself, is outstandingly amazing. I love the look into what it was like to move to another county, and another culture, and see it through the MC’s eyes, and what she went through. It in itself was an eye opener, and I got to really see how strong she was. The ups, downs, the new connections and the job, I couldn’t get enough of this book. If you haven’t read the other books, no worries, there is enough in here, in regards to background that you won’t feel too lost, and as there is a new setting, and side characters, you don’t feel like you’re missing much. But I do I do suggest reading the other books, as they are amazing and just as intriguing.

Overall this book is truly a one of a kind read, that gets my super high recommendation, and my stamp of approval.

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Rage (The Marcy Series Book 1) by Linda Burson – Review by Emily Walsh

Rage (The Marcy series Book 1)Rage
By: Linda Burson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rage (The Marcy Series #1) by Linda Burson was an exciting heart pounding read that had me hooked from start to finish.

The first book in this crazy, outstanding series (I’ve been reading them a little out of order), and I’m so happy to have finally gotten to read the book where it all started. Detailed, and full of twist, turns, misdirects, this book was sometime to behold. I very much had a time reading this book, and I’m mad at myself for not reading it sooner. To backtrack and to witness were Marcy started, was wow, it was a real wow moment for me. This book is a must read for everyone that’s looking for an original fresh read that will teas your mind, and have you going, What just happened?

This book, this series, gets my super high recommendation and my golden stamp of approval.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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Impact (Twisted Hearts Love Story #4) by Autumn Sand – Review by Emily Walsh

Impact (A Twisted Hearts Love Story book 4)Impact
By: Autumn Sand
My Rating: 3 of 5 stars

Impact (Twisted Hearts Love Story #4) by Autumn Sand was an okay read that kept me intrigued till the end.

The fourth book in the Twisted Hearts series, and this time we are following the brewing Manny. You meet him early on in the series, and I’ve always want to know more about him. In saying that, this book can be read as a standalone, but the books should be read in order, as they do follow a consistent timeline, so there are some spoilers in this book.

On a whole this book, was okay. I did like the way it opened, we got to see a young Manny and his heart break, then the kicker when it jumps to his current life, where it plays out like a Crime drama TV show. That really set the stage and drew me into the story. Now, as much as I like time jumps, they can be over done and this book, unfortunately fell into that trap. There are ways to explain the past without it constantly jumping back and forth. It makes the reading jumping and confusing, especially when it takes away from the main plot. I believe that if it was cleaned up a bit, it would have rounded out this original read and brought it fully home.

Overall this is a good unique read that will keep you on your toes, as there are twist, turns, heat and action. So please take my recommendation and my approval that you will get sucked into this compelling second change romance.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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That’s a Wrap (Paranormal Talent Agency Book 3) by Heather Silvio – Review by Emily Walsh

That's a Wrap (Paranormal Talent Agency, #3)That’s a Wrap
By: Heather Silvio
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

That’s a Wrap (Paranormal Talent Agency #3) by Heather Silvio was a hooking, fun, engaging read that had me flipping the pages.

The third book in the Paranormal Talent Agency series, we were again greeted by an interesting MC, a unique murder mystery and pure hotness. I loved the opening, it has real criminal mind vibes, with a touch of supernatural. Just so you know this books reads as a standalone, so if you haven’t read the others book, no worries about spoiler. But I do highly suggest reading them, cause, they good!

It wasn’t long before I was hooked, and devoured this book. I have to say, out of the three this book as been my fav so far, and for me, the best. Don’t get me wrong the other books were solid and pulling reads, but this one, this one seemed more polished, consistent, and loud. I loved the MC’s, the plot and the setting, I also loved the different types of supers that keep popping up, and the spin this author puts on them.

This book, this series, is truly one of a kind and it gets my super high recommendation and my golden stamp of approval.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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The Vampire Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 3) by Brandi Elledge – Review by Emily Walsh

The Vampire Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 3)The Vampire Queen
By: Brandi Elledge
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Vampire Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 3) by Brandi Elledge was a hooking read, that had me flipping the pages. Who needs seep?

Not my first read by this author or in this series, so when this book was released I snatched it out. Just so you know though these books are part of a series, they can be read as standalones, and out of order. So if you haven’t read the other books, you got no worries about spoilers or feeling lost.

I have to say, this instalment has probably been the best so far. I loved the opening, and the MC was witty, fun an a little bit of a goof. I think if I was a vampire we’d be alike. This book felt, there, like, everything flowed nicely, the connection felt real and I believe the author found their stride with this book. Not that the other books aren’t as good, it’s just this one, was polished, and shiny. (I highly suggest the other books BTW).

Overall this book was as I said, fun, detailed, and smooth. If you’re looking for a good unique, quirky vampire read, then I highly suggest you gets your hands on this truly one of a kind read.

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Death and the Crone: Book Three of The Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie – Review by Emily Walsh

Death and the Crone: Book Three of the Lucky Devil SeriesDeath and the Crone (The Lucky Devil Series book3)
By: Megan Mackie
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Death and the Crone (The Lucky Devil Series Book 3) by Megan Mackie was a hooking, unique, outstanding read, that had me flipping the pages late into the night. Why does work have to ruin good books?

Not my first read by this author or in this series, I was super excited to get my hands on it. I will say that this book isn’t actually book three of the Lucky Devil Series, it’s a story set in that world, with different MC’s and plot. So it can be read as a standalone, and as a side story to the main one. But I do suggest reading the other books, because they are, amazing.

This book was so fun, unique and just, wow. It took the over used concept of the 100 year old supernatural something or other, that falls in love with the 16 year old minor, and flips it on its head. This book was all about taking those over use tropes and clichés and destroying them, while making new ones. The plot itself is original, and grabs your attention right away. Like the other books, this book has that spark of adventure and danger, keeping you engaged. The detail was movie like, and helped round out the story and characters.

Overall this book is a super high recommendation from me. So please take my stamp of approval that, this book will hook you right from that opening scene, until the last pages of that wicket closing ending.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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