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The Shape of Trust (A Stand By Me Series) by Brinda Berry – Review by Gail Guerrero

The Shape of Trust (Stand By Me, #5)The Shape of Trust by Brinda Berry
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

THE SHAPE OF TRUST by BRINDA BERRY

Four Stars

Family is what’s suppose to hold us together. The glue to our foundation. Some people don’t get so lucky as to have family like that. Lilly’s life hasn’t been easy. Caring for her siblings and doing what she can to survive. Webb is such a smooth guy. Until you get his temper going. I enjoyed these two characters coming together. The author made their age a big deal but I think it might have highlighted something unique to them. I don’t like large age gaps especially if it’s a teenager. The author pointed out how their age shouldn’t matter. So much emotional pain for such a young life. Julieann was too smart and straight forward. She seemed to have missed a normal childhood with her mom. But you can see that changing with Webb. The story was strong and sweet.

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Tortured Skye (The Hawke Family Book 2) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Gail Guerrero

Tortured Skye (Hawke Family, #2)Tortured Skye by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tortured Skye by Gwyn McNamee

Five Stars

I can’t imagine living someone but not going after them. To fear that your relationship would end friendships. So many different emotions you have to process just o find your happiness. Skye has lost someone close to her heart and cures herself with liquor. Gabe is running from nightmare and doesn’t want to ruin lives. But this feeling he has won’t go away even when he gets what he wants. This story captures you by giving you that guy who will do anything for the girl. The story as capture you by telling you about the girl who just needs something more to get out of the dark.

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Stone Sober (The Hawke Family Series Book 3) by Gywn McNamee – Review by Gail Guerrero

Stone Sober (Hawke Family #3)Stone Sober by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

STONE SOBER by GWYN MCNAMEE

Five Stars

I’m at a lost for words. Stone is omg I can’t even think after reading this story. Let’s just say Nora is a lucky woman. Though Stone feels like he his the lucky one. Nora had a lot going for her and felt untrue to herself. I’m so glad she stopped and thought of her own happiness before she continued her path. I understand wanting to make everyone else proud and giving them what they want. But at the end of the day if you aren’t the one enjoying it was it worth it? This mob is really going in on this family and I’m crossing my fingers that they keep coming out on top. I hope my next relationship with a family lime this. They stick together and don’t let people get in their way.
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Savage Collision (The Hawke Family Series, Book 1) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Gail Guerrero

Savage Collision (Hawke Family, #1)Savage Collision by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Savage Collision by Gwynn McNamee

Five Stars

Savage is dreamy. A bad boy with so many soft spots. I couldn’t seem to put this one down. Dani was so out spoken and unapologetic. I enjoyed watching them together. Reading their growth. Not only as individuals but as a couple. Savage had to trust and Dani had to give patience. The author really has something going with this family. The characters are all string and independent but better together. I couldn’t live looking over my shoulders. I would die from stress. But these characters handle it well.
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Building Storm (A Hawke Family Novel) (The Hawke Family Book 4) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Gail Guerrero

Building Storm: (A Hawke Family Novel) (The Hawke Family Book 4)Building Storm: (A Hawke Family Novel) by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Building Storm by Gwyn McNamee

Five Stars

So much pain in this story. I don’t know how Storm handled it. To lose so much and yet still have to look at the sun rise. To not know peace or not or comfort. Landon is boyfriend goals. He wasn’t needy or demanding. He gave so much of himself without knowing the results. I enjoy this story so much. The author did an amazing job with the characters and the extras. We all want to feel like we have our lives together. But we also have to learn that it’s ok to ask for help.

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TAPPED (The Night Moves Novel book 3) by Tarrah Anders – Review by Gail Guerrero

TappedTapped by Tarrah Anders
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

TAPPED Night Moves Novel book 3 by Tarrah Anders

Four Stars

I got a little hot while reading this story. Nothing like watching a man dance like he knows how to handle business. J and Kai have know on each other for years. Until J just broke Kai’s heart. You know it’s usually the guy doing the heart breaking so it was nice seeing it from the guys POV. I found that Kai was more forgiving and loving than any woman would be over a break up. J was really stubborn and afraid for the wrong reason. She had major trust issues. The author gave us something to laugh, cry and rejoice about in this story. Every chapter flowed together really well. The characters were put together and understandable. I enjoyed this story mostly because of the performances and the End part.

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Bad Things Happen: A Gripping Psychological Thriller by Rowena Holloway – Review by Gail Guerrero

Bad Things Happen (Ashes to Ashes, #1)Bad Things Happen by Rowena Holloway
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

BAD THINGS HAPPEN A gripping psychological thriller by Rowena Holloway

Four Stars

Bad Things Happen sounded like a new movie hitting theaters. Charlotte is looking for the story that will make or break her career. That story just happens to figure some dangerous players. This story was so thrilling. I couldn’t get enough of how well the author wrote this story. Joey is on the run but time seems to be catching up to him. So many secrets and lies. The characters had grown with the story and the author gave us a thrilling ride.
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Nite Fire Flash Point by C. L. Schneider – Review by Gail Guerrero

Flash Point (Nite Fire, #1)Flash Point by C.L. Schneider
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Nite Fire Flash Point by C. L. Schneider

Four Stars

Dahlia was a warrior, a dragon that put fear into you with just her name. Until she is branded a traitor. Emotions are a foreign thing to Dahlia. The story was intriguing and violent. The thought of what could be other worlds next to us is kind of creepy. I liked that the author made her female lead so strong I just didn’t like how she kept pushing people away. There wasn’t very much character development but Dahlia did grow with every loss. I definitely liked the story for its details. The way the author described the dragons was scary and beautiful. It also was nice not to have so much focused on the main characters love life. Though I wish that the relationship with other characters was better developed. Also the reason for the deaths was just meh is wasn’t what I thought it would be.

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A Christmas Wish A Manhattan Dream novel By Engy Neville – Review by Gail Guerrero

A Christmas WishA Christmas Wish by Engy Neville
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A Christmas Wish A Manhattan Dream novel By Engy Neville

Four Stars

A fun and magical read. Amy is working her way up in her chosen career and runs into a brat. She meets an amazing guy and thinks get crazy. I liked the story because it could really be anyone’s life. The authors writing style was a little choppy but it all worked out in the end. I dislike women who can only beat down other woman because they lack something themselves. We definitely need to start celebrating together instead of hating on each other. The story was cheesy and cute. I really liked the Christmas vibe and the thought that you can be happy alone. Even when you love someone you don’t have to always be with them.

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Shadow’s Keep by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Gail Guerrero

Shadow's Keep: A NovelShadow’s Keep: A Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Shadow’s Keep by Meghan O’Flynn

Five Stars

I’m so confused. I don’t know if I should be scared or glad over how much I liked this story. This author gives me the chills with every story I read. The writing style was smooth and understandable. I never had to question what I was reading. I usually stay away from booms like this but this author draws me in every time. Every character was well written and played their parts really well. I’m in shock over how it all ended. I’ve always wanted to live in a small town but the more I read these stories I change my mind. The author has gotten the creepy factor down. The mystery of it all is well played. You will definitely be sitting with your mouth open over how the author wraps this story up.
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