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SPOOKED BY A SUSPICION by Risa Nyman – Review by Faith Jackson

Spooked by a SuspicionSpooked by a Suspicion by Risa Nyman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I enjoyed this book and even though my boys aren’t old enough for a read like this, I’m sure my 5-year-old would enjoy it. My oldest loves mysteries and stories of this kind! It’s unpredictable, witty, and original from start to finish. Great read!

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BOY RELEASED (BOY SERIES BOOK 2) by JD Spero – Review by Faith Jackson

Boy ReleasedBoy Released by J.D. Spero
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

We’re still with Tyler in this third installment of a series I’ve grown to love. As an advocate for mental illness in real life (outside of being a reader), I was heartbroken at how they stigmatized Tyler. My heart also goes out to Hen as he’s dealing with a lot on his own as well: This book is what I call refreshingly honest. From that perspective, I dove right in and was gripped with all of this story and never looked back. I love this book so much I keep re-reading. Pick it up and enjoy!

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Written in the Stars (Mothers and Daughters Collection) by Angela Christina Archer – Review by Faith Jackson

Written in the StarsWritten in the Stars by Angela Christina Archer
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book gripped me in so many ways as a mother I could never imagine a time like these. As both of my kids are out of wedlock and coming from a religiously strict family, this hit home as I choose to live as a mother who is single (by choice) and it’s weird to travel back in this book. I could only imagine how Betty feels as she’s left to an unruly world after her baby is given away and no idea where the child’s father is and what this means for them. Then, decades later we follow that child to discover her truth of adoption: I won’t give anything away but I loved how and where this story ended because it was meant to be written the way Ms. Angela Archer orchestrated it. Great read!

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So Close (Love Grows Series Book 4) by Renee Regent – Review by Faith Jackson

So Close (Love Grows #4)So Close by Renee Regent
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is an emotionally riveting book that keeps your gears turning. I am a sucker for romance and especially this kind. This book was a juicy read but also entertaining from start to finish. I think you’ll enjoy this read and where it takes you.

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HER DARK LOVE (DARK SPELL SERIES Book 4) by ISRA SRAVENHEART – Review by Faith Jackson

Her Dark Love (Dark Spell #4)Her Dark Love by Isra Sravenheart
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’ve read previous books by this same author in this series and I’m happy to have a backstory on Lady Isra. Through reading this one, I hate the turn it takes as these characters become enthralled in a love triangle like no other. The drama is intense and worth reading about but as the light and dark squabble over Isra, it becomes more intensifying than we thought. The fact that this sends you on a plane with her, you’ll feel shuffled but this story needs to be told if you’re invested as I was through the series. I don’t want to give it away but I’m sure you’re gonna see what I mean.

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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Faith Jackson

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Like Cynthia Hamilton’s books of this series, this will keep you on the edge of your seat. I was consumed in this book from start to finish with two stories in one for me. The story with Russell Barnett took on a life of its own as did the other storyline with Cat Kingman. These stories within this book will keep you on the edge! Take a dive down the rabbit hole and enjoy what this has to offer. You won’t be disappointed.

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HOLD ME FOREVER (HERON HARBOR Book 3) by LEA NOLAN – Review by Faith Jackson

Hold Me ForeverHold Me Forever by Lea Nolan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I love how relatable I can see myself in Lark (the main character) but the sensational journey their love sends us down in this book will leave your heart racing but in a good way. I love the way this author returns both characters back into one another’s life with their history: The fact they’re reunited with another couple’s union is powerful in its own right. A love story within another one is great reading, to me, the sucker for romance. The chemistry within their body language described in the story speaks to exactly what draws me into these characters. Their bodies speak more than they actually do to draw them near. I have been pulling for them to rekindle and also for them to give one another a second chance. This story goes in depth on connecting these two. Pick up your copy and enjoy this read!

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Drifting, Falling: Diary of a Call Girl Suicide by A.J. Ullman – Review by Faith Jackson

Drifting, Falling -- Diary Of A Call Girl SuicideDrifting, Falling — Diary Of A Call Girl Suicide by A.J. Ullman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is a different kind that grabbed my attention because I’ve been through a lot just like Ripley but I wanted to see how she would overcome her suicide attempt. I even related to how she has bigger dreams but I was enthralled with how she could overcome so much. This book will take you to new heights as it pivots you into different places you’ve never dreamed of. I absolutely loved this read!

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Avenging Devil Part 1 (Satan’s Devils MC San Diego #3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Faith Jackson

Avenging Devil Part 1: Satan's Devils MC San DiegoAvenging Devil Part 1: Satan’s Devils MC San Diego by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This author seems to pull at your heartstrings in the most profound ways through storytelling. I’ve read numerous books by this author and have captivated me after reading them. This book is no different as worlds collide but don’t end like you’d suspect. You will enjoy this one just as much as I did.

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Of Fire & Bone (Of Magic & Scales Book 3) by Natalina Reis – Review by Faith Jackson

Of Fire and Bone (Of Magic & Scales, #3)Of Fire and Bone by Natalina Reis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Great book to indulge your senses that was easy to read and understand. Very easily a page-turner from the beginning. These characters are easy to love and give you so much to look forward to. The fantasy element makes it unpredictable. I love how entertaining it was that I couldn’t put it down. Very original but interesting!

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