The Heart of Baker Bay by Danielle Jacks – Review by Kellie Piaskowski

The Heart of Baker BayThe Heart of Baker Bay by Danielle Jacks
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Heart of Baker Bay by Danielle Jacks was a really super sweet, easy to read, bring to the beach (or back patio) book!! I loved every minute. The main characters, Jody and Adam, start out as enemies, then turn into friends and then va-va-voom!! At first, Jody was not my favorite, but then, I realized that deep down, we all have a little Jody in us. I loved this and I’m looking forward to more books from Danielle Jacks in the future!!!

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The Third Nanny (Secrets of Redemption) by Michele PW (Pariza Wacek) – Review by Debi Kircher

The Third NannyThe Third Nanny by Michele Pariza Wacek
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Third Nanny (Secrets of Redemption) by Michele PW (Pariza Wacek)

4 Stars

I have so many mixed feelings about this book. There were many times I could not put it down, then there were as many times I sat totally confused. I read it in 3 sittings and did think about it whenever I wasn’t reading it and couldn’t wait to get back to it. I did have a problem with the main character, I never connected to her and she had me all kinds of messed up with her change in personality, her change in her moods, and the thoughts she had throughout. I guess that’s what makes this a twisted psychological thriller. It definitely met that mark for me. I never really formed any opinion about the ending and how it would all play out so it not being really jaw dropping for me at the end wasn’t very surprising.

I did enjoy reading this story, the writing was awesome and did flow smoothly, I just felt at times like I was reading things that really didn’t matter, but then at the end realized it all did.

I do highly recommend reading this story especially if you like this genre. Just know, it will all make sense at the end.

Looking forward to more from this author.

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Page Count – 275 pages
Cover Designer – Alex Hayes
I sold my soul to the Don of the Underworld. And now, I’m stuck in his penthouse.
That would all be well and good, except he — Grey — doesn’t want me here and has stormed off.
Which is kind of immature if you ask me.
So, here I am — a sad soul called Vanessa Maan — alone in Hell.
Well, alone, except for…
A serpent-haired gorgon on a mirror, who is, actually, quite nice.
A gargantuan caterpillar, who can’t stop eating.
And an elevator that refuses to let me leave the building.
Not to mention — but I will, anyway — I’m covered in gold dust from one of Aroz’s love arrows, which would’ve hit me if Grey hadn’t whisked me Down Under. And I don’t mean Australia.
It didn’t work. The love arrow, that is.
Because I am definitely not in love with that self-proclaimed A-hole of the Underworld, even if I can’t stop thinking about the guy — god — whatever.
Meanwhile, my gentleman, Raef, is stuck on earth — with my mother, my brother, and an awful lot of explaining to do.
Life shouldn’t be this complicated.
Especially, when you’re dead.
The God is a hot Why Choose? novel and the second story in the Her Three Immortals series.
**Warning: contains sexual situations, explicit language and is somewhat cliffhangery.


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Hazel Storm writes stories about love between characters with conscience. Over the past two decades, she has been vegan, raw vegan and vegetarian. She loves hot yoga and cool martial arts.

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Master Tuscano (Masters of the Consulate Book 2) by Sylvia Black

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Master Tuscano (Masters of the Consulate Book 2) by Sylvia Black
Genre – Werewolf & Shifter Thrillers, Vampire Thrillers, Witch & Wizard Thrillers

Christian Tuscano wants revenge. As one of the Masters of the Consulate, it is his right to seek justice for Delilah. Unfortunately, the syndicate leaves her dead at his feet, and he has no choice but to bring her into the powerful underworld she has always shunned.
It turns their lives upside down.
Because when Delilah finds herself in a world she never wanted, their love is put to the ultimate test. With her newfound powers, and after what she’s about to do, they’ll never permit Tuscano, a member of their precious Consulate, to be with the likes of her.
As if Christian needs permission.
The Master vampire must stop the rogue shifters who have been sent to ensure their deal with the syndicate fails.
But will Delilah be able to convince everyone, including Tuscano, of her loyalty and that she belongs by Christian’s side?
Not an easy task with a coven of witches who have given her refuge, and have a long-standing vendetta, seemingly against them all.


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Sylvia Black is a master’s prepared paranormal romance author with a special love for old-world history and the folklore of Europe. A grandmother born and raised in the Baltic sea region nurtured this love and it grew more profound as a young child living for years in England and traveling extensively.


Sylvia likes to keep her readers on the edge of their seats one minute and fanning themselves as the heat rises in the next. Her novels feature handsome, dark-minded males who will stop at nothing to protect their mates.


The perfect day for Sylvia would be spent sitting on a balcony overlooking the Amalfi Coast in Italy while enjoying an espresso as she writes.


While not writing, she spends time with her husband and family, including an adorable fur-baby. She enjoys traveling extensively, especially when researching for her next novel.


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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Sheri Schrader

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton is the sixth book in The Madeline Dawkins Series. This book can be read without reading the rest of the series, but I highly recommend reading the books in order. There are ongoing storylines throughout the series that accompany the various mysteries. Madeline and her partner Mike are back in action. There are two different crimes on the books, all while trying to balance the events business. I enjoyed this series and was excited to pick up this book in the series. I like Madeline and how she has progressed and changed as a character. She gets better in every book. Mike is an excellent contrast to Madeline and adds a different tone to the books. Together they work well. I look forward to reading more from this series and the author soon.

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The Third Nanny (Secrets of Redemption) by Michele PW (Pariza Wacek) – Review by Wendy Wary

The Third NannyThe Third Nanny by Michele Pariza Wacek
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow. This book will have you trying to sort through all the pieces up until the very end, with a major surprise ending. Janey enlists the help of her friend and roommate, Bryn, in trying to solve the mystery of her missing sister who disappeared years ago without a trace after receiving a letter two month’s delayed by a postal service mishap that indicates Kelly is still alive and going by the name Ashley. Because the letter is ripped to pieces, the pair piece together enough information to determine where the letter originated. Janey’s pursuit for the truth leads to her taking the job as a nanny to three children, where Ashley last worked, and uncovering even more mysteries as she tries to uncover the truth about her sister’s original disappearance and what led to her most recent disappearing act. This kept me on the edge of my seat and puzzled through various twists and turns along the way; a real page-turner with a truly original storyline.

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Avenging Devil Part 1 (Satan’s Devils MC San Diego #3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Christine Taysom

Avenging Devil Part 1: Satan's Devils MC San DiegoAvenging Devil Part 1: Satan’s Devils MC San Diego by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow Manda Mellet’s Avenging Devil Part:1 Satan’s Devils MC: San Diego was such a good development in the Satan’s Devils MC: San Diego was fantastic, I couldn’t put it down! As the name suggests it puts Niran’s point of view into two books which means we end on a cliff hanger here! I love a good cliffhanger because it means you get to carry over that same excitement and energy from the past read right into the text one! This book definitely has dark moments especially as we learn about Saffie’s past. I absolutely love Saffie and love her edition to the Satan’s Devils MC: San Diego family! It’s a rollercoaster to the very end ending with a bottomless drop! Loved this book!

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Grumbler’s Ride (Satan’s Devils MC San Diego #2) by Manda Mellett – Review by Christine Taysom

Grumbler's Ride (Satan's Devils MC San Diego #2)Grumbler’s Ride by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was book 2 in the Satan’s Devils MC: San Diego series and it was such a good read! We get to get an in depth view from Grumbler’s and Mary’s point of view. The world building includes Mary’s daughter who is 17 who makes some risky choices. I loved that within the family of the San Diego chapter that we got to see a new depth unfurl. While there is some deep drama and dark things there was a whole bunch of cuteness too! I loved this book!

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Being Lost (Satan’s Devils MC San Diego #1) by Manda Mellett – Review by Christine Taysom

Being Lost (Satan's Devils MC San Diego #1)Being Lost by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was my first reading of Manda Mellett’s work and I am so glad I did! I loved it so much I read the next three one right after another. You learn about Lost the prez of the Satan’s Devils MC: San Diego, his current and backstory and then finding about the world Patsy and her son came from and watching how everything unfolds was such a treat. Spicy and suspenseful! A fantastic read and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good MC read!

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Azrael by Matthew Huntley – Review by Sarah Devereaux

AzraelAzrael by Matthew Huntley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Azrael by Matthew Huntley is a debut thriller novel that was a great read. I really enjoyed the character building in this book and the twists and turns that came along with it.

The book is set in New York state mostly taking place between Oswego and Buffalo. Levi Andrews is a retired lead officer who locked away serial killer Azrael a decade ago. Parker Williams is a young detective who has contacted Levi, now a drunk after losing so much after solving the original case, when new murders similar to the originals a decade ago have occurred and they are now wondering, have they locked away the wrong person? Or is this a copycat? Pick up a copy and find out for yourself!

If you love crime and thriller books, this book is for you. It has the twist and turns of a thriller with a police crime storyline that keeps your attention and wants you to keep reading right until the end to find out what happened! I really enjoyed this book and I hope that Matthew writes a second in the future!

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