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Michael’s Heart by Lori Thomas Harrington – Review by Idelisses Torres

Michael’s Heart 
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liked it


This story is full of sentiment, and feeling it definitely pulls in the heart strings. A woman madly in love with music since early childhood, pregnant and married in her first year of collage. Gossiped about and lonely. Gets what she believes is your big break only to end up in a car accident and all information lost.
This book is definitely a sweetheart read and full of innuendo concerning abortion.
It has a lot of dated references and could use some modernizing, it could also use some transitioning to smooth out the story. Although it wasn’t to my taste the story is incredibly heartwarming.

The Embers We Seek: Prequel | War of Giants (A Rebel Princess Serial Book 1) by Acacia K. Parker – Review by Idelisses Torres

The Embers We Seek (A Rebel Princess Serial, #1) 
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it was amazing


This book is a prequel for War of Giants, but is also a serial in A Rebel Princess. And although that’s a little confusing, this short story is really well written. With an adventurous story line and tons of fantasy characters. Wren’s story is interesting fast-paced and attention-grabbing. I’m not a huge fan of short stories but I’m already looking for more in the rebel princess serial.

Queen of the Warrior Bees (Natural Forces Book 1) by Jean Gill – Review by Idelisses Torres

Queen of the Warrior Bees (Natural Forces #1) 
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5 Stars
it was amazing


An utterly original story! A delight to read. The story of a bee hive and a girl, in a word that is sealed off by blind ignorance. This is youth fiction at it’s best. The story is engaging and thrilling. It’s a Wonderful fantasy and adventure that starts your mind buzzing. Mielitta is a young women stifled by the world around, she has an adventurous spirit that will not allow her to conform. Italy turn down a path that she cannot get off of. In this story she has to find a way to open the mind of the people, while she discovers truths that hurt. This author is truly a word smith, with vivid descriptions and characters that draw you in.

Alex: An Eidolon Black Ops Novel by Maddie Wade – Review by Idelisses Torres

Alex: An Eidolon Black Ops Novel 
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4 Stars


This book is definitely not a stand-alone it’s a part of a series, of security people and assassins who find Romance. The scenes are steamy although it does refer a lot to other relationships that have already happened, the characters are interesting and there’s plenty of depth to them and plenty of angst in this book. If you’re looking for a book boyfriend, a hot Cuban named Alex might be for you. The main characters have a dicey past full of childhood love and pain. And a firm belief that their soulmates. This is a romance for romance readers. I absolutely recommend that you give this book a look.

Nite Fire: Smoke & Mirrors (Book 3) by C. L. Schneider – Review by Idelisses Torres

Smoke & Mirrors (Nite Fire #3) 
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Eda‘s review
5 Stars
it was amazing

 

This book really highlights the relationship between Nite and Creed. Still Consulting for the PD they come upon a Grizzly scene and they must investigate it, Nite’s lies are catching and she’s always in hot water. Searching for a butcher, but the past never really goes away. This is an absolutely fantastic series and this book has the best interaction with characters it’s always fun to see, and Dahlia is an amazingly cool character. Really enjoyable, and one if my favorite series. I would absolutely recommend this book to Urban fantasy readers, it also appeals to a broader audience. I really hope there are more books in this series.

Dracones Guardian (Dracones Book 6) by Sheri-Lynn Marean – Review by Idelisses Torres

Dracones Guardian: Dark Dragon,
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Eda‘s review

3 Stars


This is not a stand alone book. Its book six in an unfinished series. I’m telling you this because I found that, this book is kind of hard to follow; if you’re not keeping up with the series.
The Story which is about a guardian angel is very convoluted and filled with the history of the series. I think I would have liked to see a little more separation between the books stories.
I have read a few other books from the series and didn’t feel this way about the other books. I feel like the tropes and story lines in this one are more of the same and over done. I didn’t hate it but, I didn’t like it.
This book for me was so so

Dinner with The Wolf (Misfits & Rogues Series Book 2) by Kimberly Forrest – Review by Idelisses Torres

Dinner with The Wolf (Misfits & Rogues Series Book 2) 
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4 Stars


This is book 2 in the misfit and rogues series. This book is both light hearted and funny , the story is easy to read and short. Great for a weekend read. Or a day on the beach. Vivian is a fantastic character written in a way everyone can understand. I mean who dosen’t know a prissy lady? Jules the man who will love starts out attracted but hating her. This book is full of funny relatable tropes. Having read book 1 book 2 adds to the series. Looking forward to book 3. Chocolates from a vampire!!! I definitely recommend this book.

Trickster’s Hunt (Three Tricksters Book 1) by Carrie Whitethorne – Review by Idelisses Torres

Trickster’s Hunt (Three Tricksters #1) 
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Carrie Whitethorne (Goodreads Author)

Eda‘s review

4 Stars
This book is funny! Full of English Sarcasm and slang. With characters that make you laugh and you can that can relate to. The one down fall, it ended on a flippin cliffhanger. Maria, is a really good character who eats competitively for a living and if what she eats and how much doesn’t make you laugh what she says and thinks will. This author is definitely not shy about leaving her character in anticipation, and that would be the bedroom kind. I must mention the hunks that she writes, because hubba hubba! 3 of them with a secret that makes the story line. If you like fantasy, and mythology this is the series for you. I cant wait for book two.

The Vampire Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 3) by Brandi Elledge – Review by Eda Medina Torres

This Series has gotten so much better as it progresses and I liked the first book. This book made me sort of giddy, it was a really good story and you can’t help but like Tandie and Stephen. His Sister Dani would be good in another book as well. This series is Well written, well plotted, and the storyline is pretty linear. It’s written in a way that it is easy to fall in love with the characters. It was pretty detail-oriented and the side notes and the preps for new characters were all so exciting I’m like for instance Tandie’s pop coming into play. Great book, great series, I definitely recommend reading it!

Winging It (Destiny Rules Series Book 1) by Lisa Gail Green – Review by Idelisses Torres

An utterly adorable Y.A fiction book. Zach is a young man about to get into a huge mess. With so many secrets coming to light, he is completely unprepared the chaos headed his way. Turning sixteen unleashes things about himself and his family he would never have guessed about. And now he has a job to do and a jerk to catch, with help from his bully/crush. He is smart Can he solve the problem and manage to do his job without creating a disaster.I loved it and would definitely recommend it.