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Nite Fire: Flashpoint by CL Schneider – Review by Heidi Eich Woodring

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

Nite Fire Flashpoiont is the first book in the Nite Fire series by CL Schneider. The book follows Dahlia Nite who has spent her life protecting people from what hides in the shadows. Dahlia, a shapeshifting assassin, find a portal to earth and spends the next 100 years hiding evidence that the world she comes from exists. When Dahlia starts to investigate murders, she must find out who is doing this, why they are doing this, and make sure what information needs to be hidden stays hidden.

This book is amazingly written and grabs you from the get go, Schneider truly gave us a book that I could not put down. A story of lies, love, and betrayal surrounds Dahlia and grabs you are a reader. The worlds that this author created, and everything Dahlia must go through are strongly written and the imagination on this truly held me and I needed to finish. I so easily got lost in this amazing story and can not wait to read more in the series and from this author. I give this book 5 stars and highly recommend.

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It Ends Tonight (Bayou Devils MC Book 4) By A.M. Myers – Review By Heidi Eich Woodring

It Ends Tonight (Bayou Devils MC Book 4)It Ends Tonight by A.M. Myers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

It Ends Tonight, By A.M. Myers, is the 4th book in the Bayou Devils MC series. This book follows Lucas and Quinn, two people who truly know what it is like to lose family and cling to the ones that are still there. When a truck smack into Quinn and she is left pinned inside, it is Lucas who comes to her aid. As scared as she is, she is given comfort by Lucas who is helping her and also helping keep her daughter, Brooklyn in his sights. She makes Lucas promise to not leave her and that promise he intends to keep. These two with pasts that collide together throughout this store, truly show you, LOVE WILL CONQUER and CAN! The past these two carry have molded them into the people they have become and together, anything is possible with such two strong and amazing characters.
A.M. Myers never disappoints when I pick up one of her books and this one I was able to get lost in another story and the world of the Bayou Devils that I have grown to love. I love that I am able to close my eyes and truly feel and see what the book is saying and what these characters feel for each other and what the past has done to them. BRAVO A.M. Myers on another 5 star read!

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Rhapsody and Rebellion: (Once upon a Widow) Enduring Legacy Book Seven by Aubrey Wynne – Review By Heidi Eich Woodring

Rhapsody and Rebellion (Enduring Legacy #7)

Rhapsody and Rebellion by Aubrey Wynne

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Rhapsody and Rebellion: (Once upon a Widow), written by Aubrey Wynne, is the 7th book in the Enduring Legacy Series. This book is a historical romance, and the first I read in this series, and I LOVED IT. I found myself lost in the world of Gideon and Alisabeth. Alisabeth lost her love and then a month later Gideon comes to town and awakens something so deep inside her. Gideon leads his life people proper and never straying until a dream his mother has changes thing. These two are so drawn to eachother but the guilt that Alisabeth carries is almost too much for her but the desire also takes play into the road of Gideon and Alisabeth. Once Gideon finds out about the rebellion he needs to fight not just for country but for the one who holds his heart.

The author truly puts you in the book, in the story with a storyline you get lost in. You can close yours and see the era and also feel what the two main characters feel each step of the way. Being as this is the first book in the series and also the first by this author, I am jumping in and reading this whole story. I give this book five stars and highly recommend for anyone who loves historical romance! WELL DONE!




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Redemption (Ash Park #5) By Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Heidi Eich Woodring

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

Redemption by Meghan O’Flynn is book five and the last in the Ash Park series. I have spent so much time in Ash Park, and I am sad this moving, engrossing, mystery filled, series has come to an end. O’ Flynn was able to grab me from book one till this book. Each book getting better and better and this ONE truly blew me out of the water. The crime coming back to haunt Detective Petrosky, connection to the Looking Glass Killer bringing up so much while Petrosky still dealing with his grief and must finally put this case to rest SOLVED! There are times I want to slap Petrosky but this book, showed me again shows me just how much I have grown to love him. He is a broken down man who has had to deal with such pain and tragedy. This man and all his grief are thrown into a case and investigation that will make him face his past and his pain HEAD ON!
I fully can’t put into words how much this book and this series have stayed with me and will continue to stay with me. Meghan O’Flynn delivers each time, and makes me want to read all the books in one sitting. I am addicted to her suspense, her strong characters, and her amazing writing. I am so sad to see this end and truly hope that one day we get to visit Ash Park again. I highly recommend this series, this author, you WILL NOT be disappointed.

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Degrees of Acceptance (Prestian Series Book 2) by Via Mari – Review by Heidi Eich Woodring

Degrees of Acceptance (Prestian Series, #2)Degrees of Acceptance by Via Mari
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Degrees of Acceptance is book two in the Prestian Series, and even better than the first. Mari has this writing style, a way to create characters that you want to be or know, and a storyline that simply just draws you in. The attention in this book is just another way I am so drawn into this series, this world, and this author. The book takes off right where book one left off and let me tell ya, you will be wanting to read book three as soon as you read the end. ANOTHER FIVE STAR from this author that I could not put down, simply an amazing book!
Katarina is about to embark on a journey to meet the man that is her father, she throws caution into the wind and wanting to get to know a man she never had the chance to meet growing up all while still trying to deal with the journey of her journey with Chase and herself. Chase wants her and those that she loves to be safe, from her father’s world and even his own. Katarina now must come to terms and learn to handle the world of which her father and Chase are a part of and see the power they both have!

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Degrees of Innocence (Prestian Series Book One) by Via Mari – Review By Heidi Eich Woodring

Degrees of Innocence (Prestian Series, #1)Degrees of Innocence by Via Mari
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Degrees of Innocence by Via Mari is the first book in the Prestian Series and a read that I was really able to lose myself in. Via Mari was able to give readers a book with pleasure, intrigue, erotic encounters, and such suspense you are drawn in from page one. This was the first book by this author and I can say it sure won’t be my last. The characters are strong and very easy to get attached to, the writing OUT OF THIS WORLD, and a story line that is very believable. I know that now I can not wait to read the rest in this series and get more from Chase and Katarina and see what wonderfulness Mari has in store in this series!
Katarina, is haunted by her past and also the past of her own mother. She hides behind her career and doesn’t mind having a life outside of that until she meets Chase Prestian, one of the most powerful men in the world. Chase knows he wants her, and will not give up until he does. When these two crash into together a new world of money, jeopardy, and a ride into some of the most sexual desires one could long for. This journey helps Katarina overcome so much from her past, his past, and the control of a man that she has given herself to.

This 5 star book and author quickly have become a favorite and I can’t wait to read more and more! I highly recommend this book to people who love Erotica, suspense, and a good book to get lost in!

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Hidden Ash Park Volume Four By Meghan O’Flynn – Review By Heidi Eich Woodring

Hidden (Ash Park, #4)Hidden by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Meghan O’Flynns, Hidden is book four in the in Ash Park Novel Series. AND this BOOK gutted ME!!! I have read each book in this series and this one was vivid, hard, amazing, and gripped me in ways that I never thought a book could. I have spent so much time in Ash Park and this just shocked me. Meghan truly has created such an amazing book, world, characters that captured my mind and my heart. I truly did NOT put this BOOK down!!! I love a book that lets me feel the emotions the characters are, I love to be able to close my eyes and picture what they are going through and that is WHY I LOVE this series, book, and the author. Her writing style is simply perfection.
Detective Edward Petrosky serves and protects Ash Park, and he refuses to let a killer continue his carnage on his town. A grandmother killed on her front lawn, a finding in the basement that shocks everyone, a clues that show a child was there but no trace of this child. Then another killing and this shows the killer they all thought was gone, IS NOT and the killer is on the loose in Ash Park! Edward will do anything to find this kidnapper and killer, but the question will remain, how much he will have to sacrifice to stop the madness.

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Fisher of Men (Eastern Shore Swingers Book One) By Phoebe Alexander – Review by Heidi Eich Woodring

Fisher of MenFisher of Men by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fisher of Men, Eastern Shore Swingers Book One, is written by Phoebe Alexander, this isn’t the first time I read a book by the author and will state this start to this series was an amazing read. The story follows Leah, who works at a hotel, The Pearl, and was brought up by her Christian parents whom they wanted her to follow them with speaking the word of Christian faith. Once given a scholarship and the need to see more of the world she took a leap and decided to study at Cornell and take the job at the Pearl. Leah meets Cap, Chris at an event at the hotel, and soon they begin dating. Her faith is torn when she learns that the party he attended was a swinger’s party, and it’s a lifestyle that Cap leads. She learns that behind the lovely Ocean city lies a swinger’s secret club, her world, her heart, and her faith is tested.

I could NOT put this book down, the ups and down truly held me into this book. I could close my eyes and see Leah and Cap, I could close my eyes and feel the emotions, and I could feel like I was right there in Ocean City. The attention too much emotions and details was spot on. I really felt like I was a part of Caps and Leah’s little world. I truly enjoyed this book and highly recommend this book to anyone wanting a good erotic romance.

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Repressed (Ash Park#3) By Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Heidi Eich Woodring

Repressed (Ash Park, #3)Repressed by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Repressed By Meghan O’Flynn is volume three in the Ash Park Novel Series. And this by far is the best one that I have read. This book is true definition of a thriller, Very dark, twisted, and fully shows you, not everyone is who they appear to be. O’Flynn again gets down to the dirty so to speak by creating these amazing characters, giving us a mystery that we feel we are in the middle of, and hating when we see those we have grown to love in the series in danger. I just know that each time I get to visit Ash Park, I am never disappointed and always a book that I cannot put down! Another FIVE star read!
Morrison is freshly married and content with his life until an old addiction starts to take over his mind and show that the secrets from his past can’t always stay buried. When his wife and daughter come up missing and he learns this monster who truly wants him to suffer from sins he committed years ago. As time is working against him, he must face something he has tried so hard to forget, awakening a monster, to save those he loves.
Each book grabs you, and makes you want to read more about Ash Park, but for some reason this book stuck with me, even when I was done and put it down. If you are looking for a good read, THIS IS THE BOOK FOR YOU!!

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Moments That Define Us (Gray Ghost, #0.5) – Review by Heidi Eich Woodring

Moments That Define Us (Gray Ghost #0.5)Moments That Define Us by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Moments that Define Us by Amy McKinley is a Gray Ghost prequel, and WOW after already reading the first two books I wish I had read this beforehand. It really set things in my mind about what I had already read with the full books. This is a short read, but I will state that this book REALLY packs a punch and so many emotions in this story. This really shows that life isn’t always a bowl of cherries. This is the story of Jack and Jenni.
Five homeless guys living in abandoned building have become family and decide to protect the community in which they call home. When Jack isn’t protecting his home and community he spends his time with Jenni, who happens to be the sister of a local drug dealer. Now Jenni is caught in the middle, between her love of Jack and her love of her brother.
This book is POWERFUL and action packed, I recommend it to those that have already read the first two books in this series or to anyone wanting to dive into an amazing series. Amy McKinley really set the stage for a great read and a great series. I cannot wait to read MORE!

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