Much Ado About Dying (Guardians of the PHAE Book 2) by Rowan Dillon

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Much Ado About Dying (Guardians of the PHAE Book 2) by Rowan Dillon
Genre – FAE, Fantasy
Page Count – 366
Cover Designer – Best Page Forward

She needs ancient magic to prevent more deaths. But messing with the gods could get them all killed.

Galway, Ireland. Róisín is desperate to help badly burned bomb victims. But to her horror, the gifted healer discovers the explosions have also spread two deadly plagues. Searching for answers as to why five age-old magically linked sites are immune, she forges a risky connection with a powerful ancient deity.

With the god’s formidable energies almost destroying her, Róisín fights to expel him and strikes a deal. But her mission to save everyone hits another lethal hurdle when she comes under attack from extremists intent on seeing all of her Unhidden kind extinct…

Will Róisín’s perilous covenant plunge them all into darkness?


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Celtic Fairies, Fables, and Folklore!

Rowan Dillon loves all things all things Irish, so her books are set in modern Ireland with magic, adventure, and a diverse cast of characters. She loves to paint rich settings and torture her characters, so be warned!

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Where Do Pirates Go on Vacation? by Kim Ann

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Where Do Pirates Go on Vacation? by Kim Ann
Genre – Kids, Adventure
Page Count – 40

The pirates have no more treasure to find and are ready to have some fun! Will they sail the seven seas or head for highest ground?

These sea-loving friends are ready for their own vacation. After sailing all around the world, the pirates are ready for a new adventure. But with the seas at their fingertips, where will they go and what will they do?

With sailing, camping, singing, and dancing all on their list, they’re excited to try everything out for themselves. Will the pirates have even more fun, than they already do?

Can you guess where they might go? And what they might do?

Where Do Pirates Go On Vacation is a fun adventure sure to delight any child. If you or your child likes pirates, guessing games, rhyming adventures, and vividly illustrated scenes, then you will love Kim Ann’s latest book in the Go On Vacation series.


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Kim Ann is a 10x bestselling and award-winning author whose fun, imaginative books help young readers develop a love of stories. She has published many children’s books, including Ninja School Rules and Ten Little Sandpipers, as well as the popular Ruby the Rainbow Witch®, Goldy the Puppy®, and the Go On Vacation book series.  

Kim has sold 90k+ units globally on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and in various other locations. Always working on her next story, she looks forward to sharing many more books with her readers.

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Amaleigha Loves a Good Story by Janice Pratt

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Genre – Kids, Family, Inspirational
Page Count – 40

Amaleigha loves to read and visit her school library all the time. It is a great place to find new books and stories but she notices there is a shortage of certain books.

While her school and community have many people who have come to live there from different countries, the library doesn’t have many books for them to read in their own languages. Find out how Amaleigha solves this problem.


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Sometimes when you dream, it takes a while for it to become a reality. I have wanted to write books since I was a little girl and fell in love with my home town library. I read books at school, at home, in bed and even in the bathtub. I just couldn’t get enough of far away places, brave heroes and heroines and the experience of getting lost in a new and amazing adventure in each book. Through the years, I became  the owner of a preschool, a public librarian, a school librarian and a children’s yoga teacher but no mater what I did I shared stories with children. Finally, at age 62, I have published my first book but I know it won’t be my last. Check out Amaleigha and her big idea!

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Painter of the Damned (Painted Souls Book 2) by Rob Samborn – Review by Lauren West

Painter of the Damned (Painted Souls, #2)Painter of the Damned by Rob Samborn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Part 2 blew part 1 out of the water! This author is an amazing story teller and has taken us on such an exciting journey in part 2. Thrilling, suspenseful, dramatic, and intriguing.
Nick and Julia are a great couple and as they stick together and continue to be thick as thieves in this adventure you can’t help but be as excited and determined as they are to find a solution and to free his beloved Della. After this book Italy and art will never look the same again.

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Faultless Love (The Bennetts of Langston Falls Book 1) by KG Fletcher – Review by Lauren West

Faultless Love (The Bennetts of Langston Falls, #1)Faultless Love by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Robyn and Teddy’s story will turn you inside. Emotional, beautiful, honest, and intense. The author did a great job with this story about second chances at love and life. Teddy went to prison for something beyond his control and at the same time lost he love of his life trying to be a better man. When he is released from prison and returns home he finds that not all is lost with his old gf Robyn, and she sticks by him like no time has past. As they experience this second chance together there are still obstacles that can make or break this love again…

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Faultless Love (The Bennetts of Langston Falls Book 1) by KG Fletcher – Review by Kaylee Johnston

Faultless Love (The Bennetts of Langston Falls, #1)Faultless Love by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Faultless Love was a second chance, small-town, steamy romance. Ted is a convicted felon on parole for a crime he didn’t commit. Robyn is his true high school sweetheart who has put her life on hold while he served his sentence. Things happen after Ted is released and there’s a chance he might be thrown back in jail.

The things I loved about this book are how cute the two are with each other, the plot was exciting, and it was hard to put the story down. I really enjoyed the connection among the family members and how the farm and everything were set up. It was very cute and entertaining.

The things I didn’t quite enjoy about the book were the way the prose was written, the way Ted talked about his sister, and how some of the things didn’t quite finish up. We didn’t get some things wrapped up around the plot. It was a bit of a weird wrap-up.

Overall, it was a decent story. I enjoyed reading the story and loved the couple. It was a cute story that had a bit of a kick to it. I enjoyed the tropes and the idea behind it. It was a good read for anyone who loves small towns, farms, and second chances.

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Raine Down (The Shadow Guardians Book 1) by CB Samet – Review by Amber Howard

Raine Down (The Shadow Guardians, #1)Raine Down by C.B. Samet
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow. This was a well written work of fiction. I enjoyed the Norse mythology touch. Most of what I know does come from the avengers but mythology has always been an interest of mine. This story was full of action, romance, and a bit of comedy. The easy banter between Raine and Will was magical before they realized their feelings for one another. Will had such an open mind from the moment they met. This story was such an easy to get lost into book. I highly recommend it.

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Degrees of Innocence: Dark Mafia Romance (Cruel Deceptions Book 1) By Via Mari – Review by Shea Gilkerson 11/30/22

Degrees of Innocence (Prestian Series, #1)Degrees of Innocence by Via Mari
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Chase is a CEO who is used to getting what he wants – and even more so as a man connected to a powerful crime family. Once he sees Katarina, he sets his sights on having her, and his desire grows as he realizes who her father is.

Katarina is living her best life and focused on crushing her goals. Relationships are not currently on her list of those, and so she isn’t interested in Chase, even if she does feel sparks flying. However Chase is an assertive man. Now that he is aware of her connections to his dark world, protecting her becomes the goal he focuses on.

Although wildly attracted to one another, Chase struggles to maintain control and Katarina struggles to avoid becoming entangled with him too deeply. There are sweet moments of flirting and emails, passionate romantic scenes, plenty of mystery and suspense. Enjoyed watching the relationship grow.

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And Then She Fell by Dreena Collins – Review by LaliLovely

And Then She FellAnd Then She Fell by Dreena Collins
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This beautifully written book left me wanting more in the very best way! It was so easy to get caught up in Catherine’s day to day life & tag along with her. She is a lovely narrator & I loved her character. The author’s style of thriller writing gave me the most pleasantly suspenseful experience I’ve had with a book, & I’m so happy to have discovered it. Even though I thought I knew, I was genuinely uncertain of what really happened to Susie all the way up to the end. The ending snuck up on me so calmly I felt a hard “wait a minute!! it’s over??” that I don’t usually feel, which was fun. Even a few days after finishing, I still find myself wanting to spend more time with Catherine & come along on the rest of her journey. There were a few more intense moments, & they were just enough to knock your heart rate up a notch without crossing over into being too much. Brilliantly created & intriguing in such a refreshing way!

Reviewed by @lalilovely

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The Fifth Daughter of Thorn Ranch by Julia Brewer Daily – Review by Brandy Vaughn

The Fifth Daughter of Thorn RanchThe Fifth Daughter of Thorn Ranch by Julia Brewer Daily
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This story was an interesting take on time travel without actual time travel. I love how Emma rides without abandon through the Texas landscape. It seems almost absurd that the ranch is 1,000,000 acres and almost the size of Los Angeles. At the same time, a ranch that large would be ripe for adventure and that’s what we find in this story. The descriptions and story are so well laid out, that it is easy to see it in your mind. This story could easily be a movie or mini-series!
Review by @bilberrysweet

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