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Moonlit Kiss (A Venice Romance) (Moonlit Destination Series) by Amy McKinley – Review by Faith Jackson

Moonlit Kiss (A Venice Romance)Moonlit Kiss by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

For me, this was the most beautiful book I’ve read in quite awhile. This book was beautiful as it brought to light just what makes Italy a great country. The scenes bring you closer to being in Italy itself as the author’s words transcend you there through the pages. The story wrapped around the scenery draws you in. This is one of the best books in a long time: Pick up your copy today!

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BRINK OF DENIAL (SONS OF SINDICATO BOOK 2) by SONYA JESUS AND CAM JOHNS – Review by Faith Jackson

Brink of Denial (Sons of Sindicato #1)Brink of Denial by Cam Johns
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The depth of this book is thought-provoking from almost every point of view. The characters are so much more than what meets the page. My heart instantly breaks for Dane but the truth is that once he turned to that darker character, the more I got scared for Mila and who they could be. Their ride throws you down a deeper rabbit hole and I hope you’re ready for it. This book is full of action, intensity and a romance out of this world!

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Kissing Scars by Jim Shomos – Review by Faith Jackson

Kissing ScarsKissing Scars by Jim Shomos
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I absolutely fell for the characters and their love story EXCEPT their differences but somehow that didn’t stop them from winning love together. This book hit me on a deeper level than just being a love story though: It was one of true love, compromising and what relationships with others are really made of. From the way this author wrote to the way the cultures blurred together made this story much more beautiful to the reader in unexpected ways: in magical ways, this book is highly recommended!

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Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries Book 4) by W.F. Ranew – Review by Faith Jackson

Blood Mug (Red Farlow Mysteries: #4)Blood Mug by W.F. Ranew
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

From the main character to the last page of this, I found it very enjoyable and easy to read. Such a classic way of not only writing it and reading it but by the way to weave an intriguing mystery. It’s almost like this author knows how to take their time to develop a gripping story you won’t soon forget. I won’t be giving away anymore than that I’m afraid so pick yours up and see for yourself why I can’t stop reading W.F. Ranew’s instant classics!

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Love by Design (The Meraki Series Book 2) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Faith Jackson

Love by Design (The Meraki Series Book 2)Love by Design by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the type of book to sweep you right off your feet and into the lives of both characters to be a fly on the wall in their story. It was romantic, funny at times, but most of all charming as it teased you with these two falling in love but doing so naturally and innocent. Pretty easy to read and straight to the point. Entertaining till the last page with characters you can’t help but fall in love with. By having read previous works of the author’s I highly recommend this one and many more.

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The Earl and the Peahen (The Scarlet Salon Book 5) by Jean Wilde – Review by Faith Jackson

The Earl and the PeahenThe Earl and the Peahen by Jean Wilde
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’m gonna keep this review simple and in plain English because I enjoyed previous works from this author. This reminds me of “Bridgerton,” the books and TV shows which made me fall deeper into it without a doubt. Like a guilty pleasure to read LOL. What I enjoyed about this is how they’re opposite attracting and mistaken identity is also inter testing to see how it will or would play out. Basically, a great book filled with intrigue, mystery but even better ROMANCE! Catch this one to see how this timeless classic is worth the read.

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Key West Dead (Jake Wolfe Book 6) by Mark Nolan – Review by Faith Jackson

Key West DeadKey West Dead by Mark Nolan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

For a 300+ page book, this book was fast-paced and of course, you’re smack dab in the middle of the action and it’s suspenseful and full of impact. From the characters to the very end, you feel like a part of the squad. It’s so riveting to read you’re excited to see how and where it ends. The truth is that I loved it from start to finish. Every aspect of it was fun, action-filled and of course, after reading previous works from Mr. Mark Nolan I couldn’t have been more excited to get started on this one.

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Daisy’s Darkness (Wheels & Hogs Book 6) by D.M. Earl – Review by Faith Jackson

Daisy's Darkness (Wheels & Hogs #6)Daisy’s Darkness by D.M. Earl
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Even though this book was written for the young adult, I was hooked from the very start! Daisy seems to speak for us all when our spotlights are dimmed. I was drawn to this book because I related to Daisy’s struggle not just in high school but as a person. From the internal struggles to her physical abuse she’s going through, Daisy is one tough cookie but she feels the need to vent through the reader so her experience is quite harrowing but the reader sees her for who she is. Please pick up this and share in Daisy’s story of her life to see where it brings you.

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Electric Temptation (The Protectors Series Book 5) by Toya Richardson – Review by Faith Jackson

Electric Temptation (The Protectors Series Book 5)Electric Temptation by Toya Richardson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’ve read every single book in this series and it gets better every time a new part comes out! I’m excited about this book because it keeps your mind racing and on edge with Delilah. There is so much that kept me rooting for not just Delilah but Mason as well. I won’t give too much away but these series made me fall in love with Toya Richardson as an author: Her books get better in time and as the series picks up so you’d be missing out if you didn’t give these books a chance.

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Twisted Throttle (Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Faith Jackson

Twisted Throttle (Satan's Devils MC Second Generation #3)Twisted Throttle by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The intrigue of this book took me over, especially the slow build. This book is an expansion from a previous of the author’s stories which allows this to go deeper than we’d thought. Noah, the main character, is quite the lady’s man but that’s about to change as this story takes shape for the reader in an unexpected way. This story is action-packed in the love department but with a special spin as well. For me this book was exciting at every turn. I think you’ll genuinely enjoy it!

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