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PERFECT ALWAYS by Tricia Copeland – Review by Faith Jackson

Perfect AlwaysPerfect Always by Tricia Copeland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Beautiful story for young adults trying to make their way in the real world as love is pertained to. This story is about taking chances in love and life with your goals. As we enter these characters’ minds, we realize what their doubts and fears are but this makes the perfect love triangle that we don’t know which man to choose for Chloe. Easy to love characters, romantic scenes and very entertaining. This book is a great read!

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The Crocodile Makes No Sound (The Lord Hani Mysteries Book 2) by N.L. Holmes – Review by Faith Jackson

The Crocodile Makes No Sound (Lord Hani Mysteries #2)The Crocodile Makes No Sound by N.L. Holmes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I love a hero who can stand in his truth more than an allegiance to what they’re more responsible to do by nature. In this one, a lot is going on as we follow our lead hero in making a lot of tough decisions to ensure the safety of what’s right around him. This one is not only a race against time but a sway in the right direction for everyone as a whole.

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Diamonds & Deception (Karina Cardinal Mystery Book 3) by Ellen Butler – Review by Faith Jackson

Diamonds & Deception (Karina Cardinal Mystery, #3)Diamonds & Deception by Ellen Butler
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book, just like the others by Ellen Butler, grabs your interest from the first chapter, never loosens its grip and holds you down to discover more in this mystery. This book leads you down unpredictable turns but so are the characters that lead down unexpected paths. All the different layers of this mystery will hold your attention for a great deal of time.

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DEVIL’S CLAW (A Logan McKenna Mystery Book 3) by Valerie Davisson – Review by Faith Jackson

Devil's Claw: Logan Book 3 (The Logan McKenna Series)Devil’s Claw: Logan Book 3 by Valerie Davisson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This sets out in the perfect suspenseful mystery. I loved the start with Logan and her daughter. I found their scenes adorable with the little sea otter to boot. The characters are easy to love but the mystery that surrounds Lot 429 is impeccably written. The theme itself that surrounds the story is also a very good pace for a book of this stature. Of all in this series, I have never been disappointed yet as to what this author has to offer!

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Just One Song (Just One… Book 2) by Lynn Stevens – Review by Faith Jackson

Just One Song (Just One... Book 2)Just One Song by Lynn Stevens
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am a complete sucker for these opposite attract love stories which are enemies-to-lovers stories. The love story in the middle of the small success story as she navigates through the music industry. I love where the story leads between the two, Cami and Dylan, and what makes their story enduring. I love how the author finds a balance of a dance in a beautiful love song for these two.

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The Lightning Horse (Empire at Twilight Book 1) by N.L. Holmes – Review by Faith Jackson

The Lightning Horse (Empire at Twilight Book 1)The Lightning Horse by N.L. Holmes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

You become enthralled to the young Hittite charioteer who is set out to solve a mystery. I love the time travel as the world is painted around me in this read, where the mystery will take me but there’s more that will keep you turning pages in this one.

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Alligators in the Trees by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Faith Jackson

Alligators in the treesAlligators in the trees by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I enjoyed the vulnerability this book displayed of each character and not even just the main character. It showed depth to their inner emotions, their drive, ambition and what made them who they are. This book takes us deeper into each characters’ lives propelling forward to seek their own inner happiness without falling purely for and through lust. Very captivating read: I very much enjoyed how deep it kept getting because it’s human nature to want to be our best selves. Very beautifully done, Ms. Cynthia Hamilton. Bravo!

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Alamir (Blood of Kaos Series Book 1) AUDIBLE BOOK TOUR by Nesa Miller – Review by Faith Jackson

Alamir, Blood of Kaos Series, Book 1Alamir, Blood of Kaos Series, Book 1 by Nesa Miller
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This mystical fantasy was a great start to an amazing read. From first listen, I was enthralled with not only each character but their past and how it affected each one of them in so many different ways to the point where their past defined their present, their future and the way they operated because of that. You were captivated so much from loss, love, lust, betrayal and the impacts of distress, grief, loss and the way their trauma impacted their life. I don’t want to give too much away other than that but this was worth every single page to get engulfed in!

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Distant Heart Sounds (Nurse Morgan Series Book 1) by Kate MacInnis – Review by Faith Jackson

Distant Heart SoundsDistant Heart Sounds by Kate MacInnis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is just as entertaining as TV shows like “Ghost Whisperer” or “Grey’s Anatomy,” which I love to watch. This story is multilayered in what it means to communicate with the dead and ghosts through a near death experience but also has a new profound respect for what life brings her way. I loved how the author made this a witty and funny read as well so this one is highly recommendable!

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Fatal Legislation: A Novel: Karina Cardinal Mystery Book 2 by Ellen Butler – Review by Faith Jackson

Fatal Legislation (Karina Cardinal Mystery #2)Fatal Legislation by Ellen Butler
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is intensely action-packed as we follow the lead character, Karina through a suspenseful race to prove she’s innocent in an unimaginable crime that she’s not even guilty of. She’s got the assistance of her boyfriend to assist her prove her assistance. The stealthiness of how the crime was committed will have you scratching your head and guessing how the killer pulled this one off. But that is just the beginning as that opens the doors to more than she bargained for but this book is an insane read with so much that keeps you feeling just as Karina feels about this. I love how this author is able to get us all riled up and keep up on the pace of the characters. This is the second book I’ve read by the author and I must say she has gained me as an avid reader because these books keep me on my toes!

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