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The Protector: MAC (Cover Six Security, Book 1) by Lisa B. Kamps – Review by Heather Bahm

The Protector: MACThe Protector: MAC by Lisa B. Kamps
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Protector: MAC (Cover Six Security, Book 1) by Lisa B. Kamps is a stunning military romantic suspense. The author immediately starts the story with action and drama. There is a mystery waiting to be unfolded and as the pieces begin to fall away, the story gets more and more interesting. This is an excellent start to the Cover Six Security series. Lisa B. Kamps laid out additional supporting in the series that are each uniquely entertaining and appealing in their own ways. Following along with Mac and TR, the story provides with unmitigated chemistry that is about to blow it’s lid straight off. I loved the characters, the story line and I’m already anxiously awaiting the next books in the series.

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The Slip Series Collection by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Heather Bahm

The Slip Series CollectionThe Slip Series Collection by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Slip Series Collection by Gwyn McNamee features Dick Slip, Nip Slip and Beaver Blunder. Each of these stories is a fun and entertaining read. Characters experiencing mishaps that throw their lives into the blender and they work to navigate some semblance of balance back into their lives. There is no limit to the amount of laughter each of these stories will generate for you as you read. In Dick Slip, Rafe – a television personality and Andy – CEO in the industry start off the collection. Attraction and steaming chemistry are present whenever these two cross paths within the story. However, can these two survive the media and the aftermath of the slip? In Nip Slip, the sides switch with Riley – a stunning model and Tate – a magazine owner are now in the limelight on how to remedy the situation that one little slip has unleashed. Finally, in Beaver Blunder, Madeline and Owen, both attorneys. Each of these story supports an outrageous cast of characters, crazy initial beginnings.

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An Appointment (Summer in New York Book 4) by Lindsay Marie Miller – Review by Heather Bahm

An Appointment (Summer in New York, #4)An Appointment by Lindsay Marie Miller
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

An Appointment (Summer in New York Book 4) by Lindsay Marie Miller is a contemporary romance. The opening chapters of this story start off in such a way that draw your attention and pique curiosity. Two characters who may not believe in happily ever after noting past events that have shaped their present. Events have Savannah and Preston crossing paths in multiple ways, as if fate is throwing up a flag to get their attention. Lindsay Marie Miller has captivated me with this story, from the past to the present, to where this story could possibly go. These characters were more that one-dimensional with strong family ties that have influenced their expectations from life. A great story from an author that can deliver time and time again.

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The Chosen: Book One: The Orb Quest Series by Cari Schaeffer – Review by Heather Bahm

The Chosen (The Orb Quest Series, #1)The Chosen by Cari Schaeffer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Chosen (The Orb Quest Series, #1), by Cari Schaeffer, is a paranormal/fantasy novel that is fast paced and will have you quickly shifting chapter to chapter. Four friends are immediately immersed into a craziness as the story opens. Cari Schaeffer is thoroughly descriptive and creative. This is my first novel by this author and I could not put it down, as the words beckoned me to continue. Gemma and her friends were captivating and inquisitive. As the initial book to the series, it perfectly entices the reader to read the subsequent stories.

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

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

The Billionaire and the Therapist (Clean Billionaire Romance Reads Book 1) by Kim Koby is an inspirational second chance romance. One billionaire with the world within his reach just looking for an opportunity to help his daughter. One therapist who wants to make an impact in children’s lives while surviving her own. This story is filled with yearning, chemistry, sharing of the past, to include drama and some suspense. The author provides a story that is more about the characters and their lives than some of the additional content that romance stories are known for. Despite this, Kim Koby has provided a thoroughly engaging story. Some parts of the story felt too easily pushed aside knowing the stage that was set in the book, but overall, The Billionaire and the Therapist was a solid read.

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The Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord – Review by Heather Bahm

The Woman America Loves a LatteThe Woman America Loves a Latte by Holly Tierney-Bedord
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Woman America Loves a Latte, by Holly Tierney-Bedord, is a stunning story. This story is rife with tragedy, heartbreak, and change. Veloura’s character certainly struggles due to outside circumstances that have shifted the path her life has been on, multiple times. However, despite all the craziness that has enveloped her life, she finds a breath of change with an opportunity that cannot be resisted. Veloura was strong, even at times of weakness. Her character in this story was magnificent and I enjoyed the changes as she developed and grew. Holly Tierney-Bedord is a talented author that continues to grow with each book.

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

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

Little Do You Know (Bayou Devils MC Book 5) by A.M. Myers is a superb romantic suspense in this MC series. This story drove high emotional shifts throughout the story, along with touching on various topics that are sometimes difficult to incorporate into a story without it being too harsh and difficult to the reader. A.M. Myers continues to showcase fabulous writing techniques, incredible story lines, and dynamic characters. In Little Do You Know, Noah hasn’t always made the best choices and its impacted his life, along with where he wanted to be. Kady is his forever and that’s all he wants when his life is back in his own hands. Noah’s character was strong, determined and admirable in his pursuit and direction throughout this story. I felt his pain, his struggles and his triumphs – these emotions fell seamlessly from the pages. By the time I finished this story, I was heartbroken, relieved, distraught, and in love. A.M. Myers has delivered and was beyond amazing.

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WTF, God?: Understanding God in the Midst of Transition by Michelle N. Onuorah – Review by Heather Bahm

WTF, God?: Understanding God in the Midst of TransitionWTF, God?: Understanding God in the Midst of Transition by Michelle N. Onuorah
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

WTF, God?: Understanding God in the Midst of Transition, by Michelle N. Onuorah, was a refreshing read in regards to God and his plans for you. This story is the author’s accounting of her life and how faith/prayer impacted her life. She had a plan, yet life never works 100% as you plan, which she showcases. I found the story inspiring and very forthright – any time an author takes lessons they’ve learned upon their individual journeys and include those influences both good and bad, that deviated them onto specific paths. The author is candid and doesn’t hold back within the story. Beautifully written and it touched me personally.

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Coming Home: The Sequel to Flowers in December by Jane Suen – Review by Heather Bahm

COMING HOME (Flowers in December, #2)COMING HOME by Jane Suen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Coming Home, by Jane Suen, is the second book in the Flowers in December series. This book continues Connor’s story as he moves beyond the death of his mother. The author has done a remarkable job of including so much emotional attributes within this short story, similar to the rawness that was experienced in the first book, yet at the same time it felt more defined. The holiday dynamic adding more depth to this novella along with the hope of what many hope to accomplish over the holidays – forgiveness, renewal and the hope of something more. Jane Suen is a talented author and her talent continues to grow with each additional book that is written.

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Lights, Camera, Action (Paranormal Talent Agency Book 1) by Heather Silvio – Review by Heather Bahm

Lights, Camera, Action (Paranormal Talent Agency, #1)Lights, Camera, Action by Heather Silvio
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Lights, Camera, Action (Paranormal Talent Agency, #1) by Heather Silvio is a paranormal/fantasy romance with a flair of drama/mystery interwoven into the story. This story was entertaining with an amazing array of characters including Catherine Rodham, an empath and talent agent, and Alex Moore, a charmingly handsome actor. Set in Las Vegas, the story leads into any thing truly is possible in sin city and it may not be what you would expect. The paranormal aspect within the story added a fun and interesting dynamic – everyone wants something and it’s determining what that is and at what cost. Definitely recommend any romance, mystery or paranormal lover should read this story/series. Looking forward to the next in the series.

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