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Evil Sushi (Evil Sushi Series Book 1) by C.A. King – Review by Emily Walsh

Evil SushiEvil Sushi
By: C.A. King
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Evil Sushi (Evil Sushi Series Book 1) by C.A. King was a thrilling read that had me hooked.

Not my first read by this author, so I was excited to see this little wonder appear. The cover captured my attention (as does all the covers for this author) and once I read the synopsis, I was hooked, line and sinker.

As I am a fan of horror, and fantasy, this was a pleasant mix that really kept me reading. The detail was to shelf as per-normal with this author, and the story telling alluring. This book takes you into a darkness that has a bit of realism to it, making this read all the more heart pounding. The tone and flow matched and helped with keeping you not only engaged but on the edge of your seat.

Original and fresh this book is a must read, so please take my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval, that you will not beadle to put this book down, or look at certain things we eat, the same way again.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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Rebel Jewel (The Jewel Chronicles Book 3) by Natalina Reis – Review by Emily Walsh

Rebel Jewel (The Jewel Chronicles, #3)Rebel Jewel
By: Natalina Reis
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rebel Jewel (The Jewel Chronicles Book 3) by Natalina Reis was hooking, engaging, and it had me flipping the pages.

Oh wow, what a way to end an amazing series. I’m sad to see these characters go, but happy they got their ending, and what a ending it was. Now this book is part of a series, and I highly suggest reading the first two book, or you will be confused as to what is going on, and you will miss out on the impact this full complete story brings. I’m not going to get into details, as I don’t want to spoil anything. But just know this book, this series is a must read. Not only well written, it has action, love, danger, amazing detail, and connecting well developed characters that you can’t help but fall for. The plot is both complex and multi layered, and keeps you fully engaged form start to finish.

This book, this series has it all and it’s a super high recommend from me, and it also gets my golden stamp of approval

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-Review by @eawalsh

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Shameless (The Orphan Train Saga Book 2) by Sherry A. Burton – Review by Emily Walsh

Shameless (The Orphan Train Saga Book 2)Shameless
By: Sherry A. Burton
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Shameless (The Orphan Train Saga Book 2) by Sherry A. Burton was just as good as the first book and kept me reading.

The second book in this fresh original series once again takes us back to a time long gone, and on an adventure that is both heart breaking, nerve wrecking and touching. I fell right into the easy writing style and the details of the era that this book takes place in. You can tell care and research went into making this book not only engaging and picturesque but, it makes this book a portal that hooked you, puling you in, making you almost apart of this story.

Overall this book is worth your time and energy. As this is part of a series, I highly suggest reading the first book, as you will miss backstory, and important details that will make this book confusing otherwise. So please take my super high recommendation and my golden stamp of approval, that you will not be able to put this series, nor this book down.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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The Fisher Men X-ing Lines (Fisher Men Book II) by Rebel Nicks O’Dey – Review by Emily Walsh

The Fisher Men X-ing Lines (Book #2)The Fisher Men X-ing Lines
By: Rebel Nicks O’Dey
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Fisher Men X-ing Lines (Fisher Men Book II) by Rebel Nicks O’Dey was a hooking read that had me flipping the pages.

The second book in the steamy series, I was taken in right away. I loved the was the book was constructed, it was original, intriguing and it has this edge to it that just kept you engaged. It was that waiting for them to meet, to know if that spark, that connection was real, or just something they played up in their heads. I loved both MC’s, they were well written and well developed. The way they played off one another was magical, fun and just pure entertainment. I loved it, and frankly I didn’t want it to end. I could feel the chemistry through the pages, and that kind of talent is rare.

Overall this book is more than worth your time and energy, it’s a must read like no other and I can almost guarantee that you will not be able to put this fresh original read down. So yes, this book gets my super high recommendation and my golden stamp of approval.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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Collision (Shattered Hearts Book 3) by Nicole Banks – Review by Emily Walsh

Collision (Shattered Hearts, #3)Collision
By: Nicole Banks
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Collision (Shattered Hearts Book 3) by Nicole Banks was a pretty interesting read that kept me engaged, and flipping the pages.

This book was by far the better out of the three. I like these two from the other two books, and frankly, I liked their storyline better. Mainly because I felt they were better developed characters. So when I seen they got their own story I was all for it. Needless to say, I was impressed, hooked and fall hard for this redeeming third book, in this okay series. Maybe because the author was more mature when it was written, as it was started at the start of the book. You can tell there is a different tone a written style. The overall story was well put together, from the opening, to the reuniting, to the danger and the thick chemistry. I loved how Chase had to fight he way back in, and the way Kris wasn’t having any of his excuses. I was one her side, even though I was rooting for them the whole time. It was a wonderful, reconnecting second chance romance, that was heavy on the feels, and heart pounding suspense.

I have to say this book is worth your time, it can be read as a standalone, but it you want their full backstory and the building romance, then I do suggest the other two books. They’re good reads as well, and this whole series gets my super high recommendation and my golden stamp of approval

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Rogue Wave (The Inland Seas Series Book 2) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Emily Walsh

Rogue Wave (The Inland Seas #2)Rogue Wave
By: Gwyn McNamee
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rogue Wave (The Inland Seas Series Book 2) by Gwyn McNamee was a fast pace, action filled edge of your seat read that had me hooked.

The second book in this intriguing read, I was pulled in right away. The book bought out all that I wanted from the MC’s in the first book. And I have to say that I loved this book more than the first.

The MC’s really stole the show. Well developed with strong layers that just kept being pealed back, they kept me reading and I didn’t want it to stop. It isn’t very often that I fall for both leads, and I have to say even though I wasn’t a big fan of Cutter in the first book, this one showcased him in a different way. So much backstory, so much, just, wow. I want to know more about him. Valentina carried over that fierce powerhouseness from the read, and she just kept proving how awesome she is.

Overall this is worth your time and energy, it has everything you want, strong sexy complex characters, great plot, wicket writing, and you got one hell of a good read. To end this book gets my super high recommendation and my golden stamp of approval.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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The Confectioner Chronicles: The Complete Fantasy Mystery Series by Claire Luana – Review by Emily Walsh

The Confectioner Chronicles: The Complete Fantasy Mystery SeriesThe Confectioner Chronicles: The Complete Fantasy Mystery Series
By: Claire Luana
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Confectioner Chronicles: The Complete Fantasy Mystery Series
(The Confectioner Chronicles)
by Claire Luana

Book 1: “What a fun read, it was everything I was hoping it would be and more. Claire Luana open this book running and quickly the plot is under way”

Book 2: “Masterfully written this beautiful dangerous world isn’t like anything I have read before. It just keeps hitting me with new fresh ideas and plots, that I can’t believe this book, this series, isn’t more popular. Not only are we treated with talented writing but, the emotions behind that wiriting gets you right in the feels.”

Book 3: “The final book in The Confectioner Chronicles, we are taking to the secrets that Wren hides, and ones we finally get to learn the full truth about. Picking up almost where the last book leaves off, there is no stopping this epic fantasy. As the danger lurks closer, the suspense thickened, I was on the edge of my seat for most, I at times even forgot to breathe!”

This series is a super high recommendation from me. It’s worth your everything!

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-E.A. Walsh

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Discovery (The Orphan Train Saga Book 1) by Sherry A. Burton – Review by Emily Walsh

Discovery (The Orphan Train Saga Book 1)Discovery
By: Sherry A. Burton
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Discovery (The Orphan Train Saga Book 1) by Sherry A. Burton was was a pretty interesting read that kept me reading.

My first read by this author, I went in with an open mind, and just hit the grow running. I fall easy into this book, as it was well written, had a nice flow, and I liked the back and forth between past and present. I normally don’t read books like this, so it was a nice step out of my normal comfort zone. The were many different elements, that all came to gather for an original intriguing read. I like the MC’s voice, and the stories about her grandmother. It was a nice step back in time, and I fully enjoyed this read.

Overall this book is fit for all ages and it will take you back to a crazy time in this woman life. It’s a good way to see just how much we don’t know about or loved ones, like grandmothers. They are the closes strangers you’ll ever love. To end this book gets my super high recommendation and my stamp go approval.

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-E.A. Walsh

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The Flood by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Emily Walsh

The FloodThe Flood
By: Meghan O’Flynn
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Flood by Meghan O’Flynn was a dark twisted read, that had me hooked from start to finish.

Not my first read by this author, so I knew going in that I was in for something not only well written, but twisted, dark and trilling. I was not disappointed. This book starts out dark, and stays that way. It keeps pulling you more and more into its cold twisted hold of horror; that not only keeps you guessing, but will have you wondering, what you would do, in that same situation. Chills, just chills. There’s just something about the whole thing, that will get you right in the darkness of your soul. I’ve seem movies like this, but I have to say, this version has been one of the best so far.

This book is crazy good, and I’m still consumed about how everything when down. How as you go back, you start making connections, start seeing the easter eggs that you missed. This psychological thriller will have you second guessing every character, every word, every decision, and it will have you trying not to root for the MC, while secretly rooting for her to survive.

Overall this read is not only worth it, this book will mess with your head, have you wondering about human nature, and of course, as I have said, have you wondering what you would do. So please take my super high recommendation and my golden stamp of approval, that you will get lost in the darkness and suspense that is this gem of a book.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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Dangerously Close To Extinction (Knollville Legends Book 1) by C.A. King – Review by Emily Walsh

Dangerously Close To Extinction (Knollville Legends Book 1)Dangerously Close To Extinction
By: C.A. King
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dangerously Close To Extinction (Knollville Legends Book 1) by C.A. King was a pretty okay read that kept me reading.

The first book in a new fun series, I went in with an open mind and excitement. As an avid reader of this authors works I knew I was in for something original, twisted and action packed. I will say that this book hit most points, but it did, for me, lacked a little when it came to the romance. But I think that more so had to do with the fact this book is a pretty short read. Coming in at 184 pages, there was a lot packed into this wonder, so I believe the love-development might have suffered because of that. To be a little blunt, it felt forced and a little off balanced, but I believe and hope that as this series goes on, it will even out. Just needs a bit more time for it to fully become believable.

Overall this book is worth your time and the read. It’s well written, well built, and it will hook you. It has a strong plot, that stands on its own, and the action and shifter lore was on point. To end, this book gets my high recommendation and my stamp of approval.

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-Review by @eawalsh

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