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Imposter: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 7) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Imposter (Ash Park, #7)Imposter by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Everytime I think this series is over and the next one is better than the one before, another one releases and hooks me back in again. This one like the others, follows Detective Petrosky, and I’ve loved him from the beginning he just has a knack for making you love him even with his gruff exterior.
I never know what’s coming in these books and this was no different and again is a must read . As with everything in this series, nothing is ever as it seems. I could not put this down I didn’t want to miss anything.

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A KISS BENEATH A STRAWBERRY MOON (Daydreams & Dragonflies Rock ‘N Sweet Romance 3) By Tamara Ferguson – Review by Gail Guerrero

A KISS BENEATH A STRAWBERRY MOON (Daydreams & Dragonflies Rock 'N Sweet Romance 3)A KISS BENEATH A STRAWBERRY MOON by Tamara Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A KISS BENEATH A STRAWBERRY MOON (Daydreams & Dragonflies Rock ‘N Sweet Romance 3) By Tamara Ferguson – Review by Gail Guerrero

Five Stars

Fish this story was sweet. Like the perfect sun sweet tea my grandma made. You can’t read this story and not feel that little bloom of hope. You get so many emotions through every page that you feel like you’re apart of the story. That their lives effortlessly entwine with yours. This story takes you on a ride that many young adults face. Where you see your life going one way and reality steps in and sends you to place you never saw coming. Drew and Marielle story will touch your heart in so many ways. I couldn’t believe how good this story was. It was a quick read that will last a lifetime. I wish it was longer but I definitely got my daily dose of feels. I don’t think I would be as strong as these two characters with all they go through. I found Marielle to be strong and interestingly unique. Drew is headstrong and brave. Definitely check out this book well worth it.

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Blood Rebellion (Supernatural Intelligence Agency Book 1) by Nadine Travers – Review by Gail Guerrero

Blood Rebellion (Supernatural Intelligence Agency: World #1)Blood Rebellion by Nadine Travers
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Blood Rebellion (Supernatural Intelligence Agency Book 1) by Nadine Travers – Review by Gail Guerrero

Four Stars

Blood Rebellion is a story full of suspense, action and thrills. I really enjoyed reading this authors work. The story was really fast paced and entertaining. The characters were well written. The plot was very enjoyable as well. The main character Casey is on a mission to track down a rogue vampire. What holds you is the fact that not everything is what it seems. When you feel you have it figured out bam you’re thrown another puzzle piece. I’m shocked that this is the first story I am reading by this author. I can’t wait to read more. You will not be disappointed reading this. If you enjoy strong lead characters, a little romance and some awesome action this is for you. The author makes you feel like you’re in the mix through the whole story. I really enjoy stories that can put the images right into your mind.

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TWO HEARTS UNLIKELY HEROES (Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance Book 8) by Tamara Ferguson – Review by Robin Rankin

Two Hearts Unlikely Heroes (Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance #9)Two Hearts Unlikely Heroes by Tamara Ferguson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

TWO HEARTS UNLIKELY HEROES is the ninth book in the Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance series by Tamara Ferguson.

This book has a little bit of everything, suspense, romance, humor, etc. more on the romance than the suspense of the previous books but it worked.

Sam is amazing, she’s a very strong woman who demands respect from her soldiers and she gets it. She has no idea what to expect when she meets Ben.

Ben is very much like the men we met before, but seems to be more in touch with his feelings and not scared of love.

I love the dogs in this series and want to see more of them and will keep my eyes out for the next book.

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Mountains Series Boxed Set:(Books 1-3) By Phoebe Alexander – Review by Michelle Austin

Mountains Series Boxed Set: (Books 1-3)Mountains Series Boxed Set: by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Mountains Trilogy is a great 5 star read from the Mountains series.
I was pulled right in and really like all of the characters in each of these books.

Book 1: Mountains Wanted
Sarah is a professor and a single mom. When she meets Jame’s she is immediately attracted to him and they have a great connection. And we get some steamy moments from them. Sarah struggles with how to tell Jame’s her secret. How will he react, will he understand?
All of the secondary characters were great, I loved Sarah’s best friend, she was a hoot. I had several LOL moments, especially when her son would ask her questions. We get a cliffhanger that leads into book 2. Thankfully this is a trilogy so you don’t have to wait to find out what happens.

Book 2: Mountains Climbed
We move forward with Sarah’s story. She has revealed her lifestyle and is a very loving person. James has been deployed and moved on. Sarah is broken hearted and ends up meeting someone new. They both struggle with moving forward. There is so much more to this read, I don’t want to give anything away. I will say that my emotions were all over the place.

Book 3 – Mountains Loved
This book tested my feelings for Sarah at times. I didn’t always agree with her decisions on things. We see a change in Sarah’s behavior, not what we are used to seeing in the previous books. It shows that she’s human. James was another one that pushed my buttons as well. I don’t want to go into detail on this with the risk of giving things away. I will just say 1-click and get started on this great series so you can understand my feelings.

Overall this is a great series and I really enjoy all of the characters. I look forward to reading more from the series and this author. Your emotions will be all over the place and we get some very steamy moments. Thank you Phoebe Alexander for a great read.

Reviewed by @mab54615
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Imposter: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 7) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Faith Jackson

Imposter (Ash Park, #7)Imposter by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This one starts off with the action from the gate. The kidnapping of “Little Greggie” as the mystery of his suicide grips the detective working on his case. The poor kid’s family are an odd bunch holding out on the cops as the detective discovers the boy was drugged. But why and why did they want the kid to stay quiet permanently? Just as Det. Petrosky is getting closer to solving the case, new abductions begin to take place and new kids are victims of this kidnapper. The detective and his partner are in a race not only against time but they’re looking for a killer and the bodies of his victims!
These cops are on a chase to catch a killer and return kids to their families. Detective Petrosky is soon dealing with a lot as his own daughter’s puts his head in a dark place. His focus is bringing kids home to their family but will this help or hurt his case as he’s dealing with a lot at once.
This book had me hooked from the synopsis alone. I read each page and couldn’t put it down! Action-packed from the first chapter on down. This original story from the author is addictive to the reader. Entertaining as the story grips you to stay tuned. This book is a page-turner with unpredictable twists and turns.

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Devil’s Spawn (Satan’s Devils MC Colorado Chapter #6) by Manda Mellett – Review by Faith Jackson

Devil's Spawn (Satan's Devils MC Colorado Chapter #6)Devil’s Spawn by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is another book I’m reading from this author and I’m beginning to enjoy not only the series but the way the author keeps all the stories connected. I enjoy the way the stories are told because it’s suspenseful, loving, mysterious, and intriguing. This book was quite the page-turner because what I love about this author is everything chapter after chapter is connected which is great for anybody a sucker (like I am) for a series. This book most definitely pulled at my heartstrings because you feel for the best for everyone involved. Your heart is torn for Vanna who had to go on with life as a single mother even though her husband was alive but his memory was erased following as a Marine. Vanna is a hell of a woman and your heart aches for her as she attempts to reconnect her family through the memory of her husband who has to re-meet the couple’s son.
Cas, the couple’s son, has become an unruly teenager who needs a father’s guidance. Lizard, Cas’ dad, has been absent in his son’s life but is about to be more present as this story develops. Lizard is about to discover his past as he’s covering a tattoo for a client.
The author wrote this in a way that’s tragic but not in the way you’d think. You’re drawn to the characters but not for the obvious reasons and yet you hope they reconnect. Full of twists and turns and is unpredictable in the best way. This series led to a beautiful ending that the reader wasn’t expecting. I loved this book and can’t say that enough!

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TWO HEARTS UNLIKELY HEROES (Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance Book 8) by Tamara Ferguson – Review by Angelina Frazzini

Two Hearts Unlikely Heroes (Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance #9)Two Hearts Unlikely Heroes by Tamara Ferguson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Two Hearts Unlikely Heroes by Tamara Ferguson is book nine of the Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance series. This book can be read as a standalone. This book tells a really great story of love in unlikely places.

Samantha and Ben has a quick chance meeting under battle conditions in Iraq. As unlikely as it would seem, Ben and Samantha meet again when Ben arrives at the training facility in Wisconsin. Ben hasn’t been able to get Samantha out of his mind and now maybe he can do something about it. Ben isn’t only at the training facility as an airman though and Samantha is in danger. Can these two foster their relationship while making sure Samantha isn’t targeted?

This was such a great story. You are able to watch the characters grow and you can almost feel their love for each other against all the obstacles they face. I really enjoyed reading this book.

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Imposter: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 7) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Moriah Venable

Imposter (Ash Park, #7)Imposter by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Imposter is the seventh novel in the Ash Park novel series by Meghan O’ Flynn. This is my first novel by this author.

Detective Petrosky is called when a boy appears to kill himself. The family is acting strange; not wanting to help the police which send alarms in his head.

As he investigates further, he notices other abductions.

I read this novel well into the night and once I finished I had a hard time falling asleep. With so many twists and turns and gritty revelations, I don’t wanna say this book scared me but I feel like it’s the right word.

In the future when I read thriller books, I’ll make sure to read them during the day. I look forward to reading more by this author and reading how this series started.

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TWO HEARTS UNLIKELY HEROES (Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance Book 8) by Tamara Ferguson – Review by Elizabeth Sanchez

Two Hearts Unlikely Heroes (Two Hearts Wounded Warrior Romance #9)Two Hearts Unlikely Heroes by Tamara Ferguson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Two Hearts Unlikely Heroes is the 9th book in the Two Hearts Wounded Warrior series by Tamara Ferguson. I have read most of them and this one started very similar to another, at first I worried I had already read it. It is a nice clean romance novel with a touch of suspense. I enjoy all of Ferguson’s books, and my only complaint is she never spends enough time on the endings. This book follows two wounded Captains, Samantha Caldwell and Ben Nash as they are reunited. Ben met Sam the day she was wounded, but neither knew the other’s name. Fate, or perhaps planned intervention, brought them back together years later at a training camp for wounded soldiers. Terrorists are targeting Sam, and they don’t know who or why. We spend the entire book anticipating the attack, wondering who and why she is being targeted. When the attack finally happened, there was very little information provided and the story wrapped up soon after. I would have liked to learn more about them, and have the scene described better. That aside, I still highly recommend this book and all of Ferguson’s. I am excited when I see another book released. She has quickly become one of my favorite authors.

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