Nobody Knows (Razes Hell Book 1) by Kyra Lennon – Review by Robin Rankin

Nobody KnowsNobody Knows by Kyra Lennon
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Nobody Knows: A British Rock Band Romance (Razes Hell Book 1) by Kyra Lennon

There was something about this book that caught my eye and I’m so glad it did.  I enjoyed every moment I spent reading this book even though it has a little more drama than I prefer.

Ellie grew up next door to Jason and Drew.  They have been through so much with each other over the years.  Unfortunately that ride isn’t over.

So much happens in this book with this trio and I don’t know which part I enjoyed more.  I could take the easy route and say the ending, which I really liked but there were a few other moments that got me in the feels.

I cannot wait to read the next book to see what happens next.

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Third Time’s a Ghost (Haunted Ever After Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Rachel Moss

Third Time's a Ghost: A Ghostly Paranormal Romance (Haunted Ever After, #3)Third Time’s a Ghost: A Ghostly Paranormal Romance by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Third Time’s A Ghost (Book Three of the Haunted Ever After series) by Carrie Pulkinen was a fantastic read! Each book in this series was such a knock out, I don’t know if this one was my favorite or not. The storyline was intriguing, interesting and suspenseful. All the characters were amazingly written, including the ghosts as well. Each book I read by Pulkinen just gets better and better. I can’t wait for the next book or the next series! This one was absolutely amazing, especially if you like “cozy” type ghost stories. I wish there were more books to come in this series!

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A Tennis Pro To Die For (Cozy Mysteries To Die For Book 3) by Judy Moore – Review by Kimberly Griffiths

A Tennis Pro To Die For (Cozy Mysteries to Die For, #3)A Tennis Pro To Die For by Judy Moore
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A Tennis Pro To Die For
Book 3
Judy Moore

I still love this series, the character, Beck, is developing more as we continue to read about her, also her continued relationship with Devon is continuing to become better with each installment.
I love these books, because I personally would love to live where she does and do what she does, these stories take me away and that is what I like about reading, a smooth story that keeps my attention and fun characters that make me feel like I could be them.
I continue to recommend this series and this author!

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Hungry Business: A Short Story by Maria DeBlassie – Review by Kimberly Griffiths

Hungry Business: A Short StoryHungry Business: A Short Story by Maria DeBlassie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hungry Business
Maria DeBlassie

Hungry Business is a short story, however it draws you in from the start and holds my attention. In some ways it was gross, disturbing and dark read. However captivating story of how things are after a dark time. A person’s fight to find normal in an abnormal situation. A story of how adaptable a person can be and still look for love in a dark and desolate world. In the end finding just what she was looking for! I recommend this story, and this author!

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Gunner: An Eidolon Black Ops Novel by Maddie Wade – Review by Angela Shirley

Gunner (Eidolon Black Ops #6)Gunner by Maddie Wade
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When you are completely broken, you have betrayed the family you have ever known to help your true blood family will they ever be able to forgive you.

Gunner is left broken, paying for the decisions he made against the people he deemed his only family but how could he have left his sister after she needed him when she was kidnapped. He is now in so much grief he does not know how he can carry on to live in this world with this guilt punishing him all the time.

Lacey has decided she can’t take the fame and abandons her life in the limelight to a quiet town but she always goes back to the time she had that one true love and he totally hurt her, until the day he walks back into her life and she sees he is just as broken as she is. Can they both heal each other or will a distraction threaten to end this budding relationship or can they both find the courage to fight for what they both want.

This is the first book I have read from this author and oh my I enjoyed every word from start to finish. I loved the broken nature of Gunner, who in essence should be a stone hard fighting machine but to see him so broken and lost was heart-breaking. When the two characters meet there is that initial chemistry but it smoulders underneath as they are trying to figure each other out all this time. My lord then adds in the element of the twist of who is after them and will their new found relationship recover brilliantly. The story is well written and the characters within the book are well developed and just enhance the story. I read this as a stand-alone story which I think is fine, but to truly get the family feel from the group I think I need to start at the beginning and read the series (oh what a hardship LOL). I think I have found my new obsession for the next few weeks.

Reviewed by Angela Shirley

Price of a Rose: a Beauty and Beast tale (Historical Fantasy Fairytale Retellings Book 2) by Byrd Nash – Review by Tracy Manderson

Price of a Rose: A Beauty & Beast Tale (Historical Fantasy Fairytale Retellings Book 2)Price of a Rose: A Beauty & Beast Tale by Byrd Nash
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Price of a Rose: A Beauty & Beast Tale (Historical Fantasy Fairytale Retellings Book 2) by Byrd Nash

5 out of 5 stars
This is a short story of beauty and the beast with a few twists. I really enjoyed this story the characters are amazing and strong willed and the way this author described the background in this story is amazing. I can’t wait to see what she has in-stored for us next….

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Where Flowers Bloom by Nikki Vale – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Where Flowers BloomWhere Flowers Bloom by Nikki Vale
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Star
Where Flowers Bloom by Nikki Vale

Where Flowers Bloom by Nikki Vale is a Historical Suspense Romance that I loved reading. Going in I honestly wasn’t sure what to expect but let me tell you it was way better than I could ever have imagined. I literally found myself lost in the pages and couldn’t put it down till I read the last page. This is a new to me author but I’m definitely going to reading more from her. Her style of writing and attention to detail is simply amazing . It’s a story that jumps between the past to present and had my emotions all over the place. This is a definite must read that I highly recommend reading.

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Coyote Summer by Laura Koerber – Review by Kendra Aubry

Coyote SummerCoyote Summer by Laura Koerber
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Coyote Summer is Laura Koerber’s new coming-of-age novel set in Wisconsin. Ben O’Rourke and his classmates are raised in wealth and privilege; they all attend private school with future plans for Ivy League schools and similar career paths as their parents. Ben and his friends go out to a wild party to celebrate graduation, and that’s when his life intersects with Claire from the girl’s private school. When Ben wakes up the next morning, he finds out that Claire was assaulted at the party and no one is talking about what happened. Around the same time, Ben meets Puppy Hill and her unconventional family. This family could not be any more unlike the type of people that Ben has always been surrounded by; the Hill family is salt of the earth and in touch with nature rather than materialism. Ben’s encounter with each of these girls is what ignites his awakening, an awakening that allows Ben to see the world beyond the glamour that has always surrounded his life. This book had some of the same ennui that Holden demonstrated in “Catcher in the Rye,” but Ben grows beyond his wealthy upbringing and becomes more aware of the advantages that come with affluence. Puppy Hill and her family are the beautiful antithesis of materialism and show Ben a purer way of living, lessons he calls upon throughout the remainder of his life.

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Where Flowers Bloom by Nikki Vale – Review by Carla Clemmons

Where Flowers BloomWhere Flowers Bloom by Nikki Vale
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the first book I have read by Nikki Vale and what an awesome read! She really knows how to tie the story together. Weaving the past and present together! The descriptions and details make you feel like you are there. I love Kendyll as a character! The mystery of this romance will keep you reading for more. This was my first read by Nikki Vale but won’t be the last!

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Goddess of Everything by Paul DeBlassie III – Review by Erin Wolf

Goddess of EverythingGoddess of Everything by Paul DeBlassie III
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I give Goddess of Everything by Paul DeBlassie III, 4 stars.

This was a very unique and interesting story. The way it is written reminds me of the stories passed down from generation to generation by the peoples whom have roamed this earth for many, many years. It also seems fable-like, there is definitely great wisdom to be found within the story. The author has a very unique style of writing, relying less on spoken dialogue and more on giving us very detailed descriptions of what exactly is happening. I will admit, it took some getting used to, but once I got used to it, I was pulled in. This is the essential good vs. evil, but the evil is in hiding. I could not wait to find out who would prevail.

This is very much an adult book, as some of the subjects maybe disturbing to the younger people and hose fainter of heart. That being said, if you are interested in a suspense/horror tale with supernatural elements that also teaches you a lesson, this book is for you.

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