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Seraphina’s Awakening (Seraphina, #1) by Sheena Hutchinson – Review by Kerry Carr

Seraphina's Awakening (Seraphina, #1)Seraphina’s Awakening by Sheena Hutchinson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book. The writing is excellent and really draws you into the pictures of the dreams and the characters lives. This book is full of twists and turns, romance and some supernatural encounters. Really enjoyable

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Rebel Hearts (The Immortal Kindred Series Book 2) by Clara Winter – Review by Caralee Loonat

Rebel Heart (The Immortal Kindred Series #2)Rebel Heart by Clara Winter
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rebel Heart By Clara Winter
5 Stars!!!!!

I was very excited to read this second book in the Immortal Kindred series and I can say that I wasn’t
disappointed. I found that this book was a very good follow up to the first. I really found that the author’s
writing style really keeps the reader glued to the pages and eager to see what will happen next.

I really loved the chance to get to know Annie better. I found that the backstory really helped put a few pieces in place and was just the right fit to the first. I loved getting to know Annie and how she came to be who she was and how she came to become part of the family with Millie and Alexandre. The best part was getting to see how Thayer and Annie found one another and how they were meant to be. I found it really interesting to get to know Thayer as well with part of his past. I really was quite intrigued by the sort of cliffhanger ending and look forward to the third book in this series.

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The Billionaire and the Therapist (Clean Billionaire Romance Reads Book 1) by Kim Koby – Review by Bobbi Wagner

The Billionaire and the Therapist (Clean Billionaire Romance Reads, #1)The Billionaire and the Therapist by Kim Koby
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a sweet romance story about second chances and learning to start life over again. I enjoyed how the author made me feel part of the story. The characters are true to life and connectable. I could easily see them as friends. They took me on an emotional roller coaster that kept me turning pages and hoping they would find their HEA as well as healing. Natalie and John pulled at my heartstrings and made me smile at the same time. I highly recommend this book.

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Blade’s Edge: Satan’s Devils MC #10 by Manda Mellett – Review by Bobbi Wagner

Blade's Edge (Satan's Devils MC #10)Blade’s Edge by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this book! This just might be my favorite yet in this series. We get to see Blade’s story and his past is heartbreaking but it also makes him the man he is today. He is a strong character and Tasha just makes him stronger. Tasha is running from her past and is in need of help when Blade finds her. Problem is Blade has trust issues, will he learn to trust her? Emotional ride and action filled story, you won’t regret picking it up. This is a must read, I couldn’t put it down.

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Coming Home: Sequel to Flowers in December by Jane Suen – Review by Natalie Hanley

COMING HOME (Flowers in December, #2)COMING HOME by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Reading Jane Suen’s books is like a quick dose of therapy – a short hug that you need at the end of a busy week. Coming Home is no exception. This is the sequel to Flowers in December and centres around Connor coming home to his home town for Christmas, several months after his grief-stricken departure following the death of his mother. When he was last in town he had struck up a friendship with florist Mary Ann but would his return rekindle that spark, or had she moved on in his absence? Can he help Alana, his childhood friend who is also coming home after a long absence? I won’t spoil it for you… read and find out!
Jane’s novels are shorter than those I normally read but that doesn’t put me off, because she crafts such lovely characters and a warm setting that the reader doesn’t need pages and pages to get into the mood of the novel. I can empathise with the characters and cheer for them to get their happy endings almost immediately. Although I have never been to small -town America, the descriptions make it easy to imagine myself walking down the street and popping into the coffee shop.
A lovely heart-warming read.

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Coming Home: The Sequel to Flowers in December by Jane Suen – Review by Bobbi Wagner

COMING HOME (Flowers in December, #2)COMING HOME by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this book! It is a sweet Christmas story that pulled at my heartstrings and will yours too. It is about forgiveness, finding love and the feeling of happiness. The characters are awesome and the journey they took me on was an emotional roller coaster that I just couldn’t put down until the end. Mary Ann, Alana, Connor and Ron bring the story to life for me, they are so true to life and connectable. I found myself rooting for all of them to find their happiness. A must read!

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Broken Sand Dollar (The Sand Dollar Series Book 3) by JD Boudreaux – Review by Bobbi Wagner

Broken Sand DollarBroken Sand Dollar by J.D. Boudreaux
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This has been a series that I have enjoyed from the first book and this book is no different. It is a story that took me on an emotional roller coaster from laughter to a few tears. It is a sweet romance story that rips at the heart strings but also made me mad in parts. I enjoyed how the characters make me feel as if I am part of the story. They will show you that love isn’t always easy but it is true. I highly recommend reading the conclusion to this series, you won’t regret picking it up.

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Little Do You Know (Bayou Devils MC Book 5) by A.M. Myers – Review by Bobbi Wagner

Little Do You Know (Bayou Devils MC 5)Little Do You Know by A.M. Myers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this book, my favorite in this series yet! It is full action, sitting on the edge of your seat suspense, steamy romance. Noah and Kady’s story is one that took me on an emotional roller coaster but I loved every page of it. They will show you that if love is meant to be, it will find its way back to you no matter where it took you in the first place. They have strong chemistry, I kept hoping they would get their HEA. You won’t regret picking up this book for sure, it is a must read!

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Dancing Queen by Charlotte Roth – Review by Bobbi Wagner

Dancing QueenDancing Queen by Charlotte Roth
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this book! This is a sweet book that has a little bit of everything in it from humor to romance. Fiona and Stu took me on an emotional journey of ups and downs and self-discovery. Their story is inspirational and shows us that sometimes love pops up when it’s least expected. Fiona has been made to feel ashamed of her weight issue but then you have Stu who gives her some hope. She is talked into entering a dance competition but wait to you see what happens! A must read!

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Bound (The Torzial Affair Book 2) by Via Mari – Review by Sue Kemp

Bound (The Torzial Affair Book 2)Bound by Via Mari
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Bound (The Torzial Affair book 2)
By Via Mari

Bound is book two in the Torzial Affair series by Via Mari. I have to say if you are looking for a new favorite author look no further than Via Mari, you won’t be disappointed. I just love the characters of Jenny and Brian. We find Jenny is struggling after being raped, but with the lovely Brian there could be a light at the end of the dark tunnel Jenny find her life in. There is not a character in Bound that you aren’t going to like. Via has written this book as well as the first and there is no way I am going to say which one is better. The characters seem to bounce off each other which in my opinion makes for an awesome read. I do highly recommend you start with book one as it’s a brilliant way of getting background history. So, go get books one and two and settle in for two great books.

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