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Tanuja Ramachandran: Hunter Seeker by Kumar Sivasubramanian – Review by Bobbi Wagner

Tanuja Ramachandran: Hunter-SeekerTanuja Ramachandran: Hunter-Seeker by Kumar Sivasubramanian
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I enjoyed this book from beginning to end. It is full of action and sitting on the edge of your seat moments that left me turning pages. This is a well developed story that is about revenge and payback. The characters are strong and supportive of each other. Find out what happens when Tanuja’s family is murdered and she seeks revenge but will it push her over the edge? She is a strong character that is determined and really makes the story flow. I highly recommend this book.

Review by @bjwagner
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Tanuja Ramachandran: Hunter Seeker by Kumar Sivasubramanian – Review by Laura Furuta

Tanuja Ramachandran: Hunter-SeekerTanuja Ramachandran: Hunter-Seeker by Kumar Sivasubramanian
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tanuja Ramachandran: Hunter Seeker
By Kumar Sivasubramanian
5 out of 5 stars

The story Tanuja Ramachandran: Hunter Seeker by Kumar Sivasubramanian is a book that takes you on a journey that doesn’t stop until the final page. It had me wondering what was going to happen next. There is action that is non-stop and danger around every corner. The storyline is one that pulled me in, and I enjoyed reading about many of the characters. Tanuja Ramachandran is an interesting main character. A tragedy has transformed her into an instrument of retribution. Tanuja is strong, intelligent, and determined. She also has a medical condition that at times works against her. Tanuja is after an international terrorist. During her mission, she comes up against a creature that had nearly killed her. Will Tanuja find the terrorist that she is looking for? What does the future hold for her? Will her need for vengeance work against her? Read this book to find out. I enjoyed the amount of detail that the story has. I felt like I was right there with the characters. Don’t miss out on a book that will hook you in from the beginning and have you turning pages. I would recommend reading it.

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Testament of Feats: Book of Sorrows Book Two by K.H. Jones – Review by Chantelle Smith

Testament of Feats: Book of Sorrows (Book Two 2)Testament of Feats: Book of Sorrows by Kimm Jones
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

What another great read! These books definitely have to be read in order to fully appreciate the story. Once again I couldn’t wait to dive into this world that this author has created. This read is full of action, adventure, suspense and danger.
This book is written very vividly and you can mentally picture everything that happens while reading it. This book also had me on the edge of my seat with anticipation of what could happen next and I couldn’t wait to see what else the characters had to face on their journey. I’m really enjoying this series and I think all will too! I can’t wait to see what else come from this author!

Reviewed By @tillytillzz

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Singles and Other Singularities (The woman Scientist Trilogy 2 – The Italian Saga Book 8) by Gaia B Amman – Review by Katie Matthews

Singles...And Other SingularitiesSingles…And Other Singularities by Gaia B. Amman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

I really enjoy reading stories by this author; she never fails to pull me into whatever I am reading. She has a really nice, relaxed writing style. I think because the subject of the story was so close to my heart I found I was really invested in what I was reading. I loved the humour side to the story it sliced through some of the more serious parts and really lifted what I was reading and made it more entertaining. I really like Leda so I was really looking forward to reading more about her, I admire her drive to succeed in her career but I also deep down really want her to find love and have a good work/life balance – I think she is genuinely a lovely person.
An entertaining story that I really enjoyed! As always I look forward to reading more from this author again in the future.

@katiem
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Somebody in the Neighborhood by Judy Moore – Review by Erica Fish

Somebody in the NeighborhoodSomebody in the Neighborhood by Judy Moore
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Somebody in the Neighborhood by Judy Moore is an awesome crime-thriller. I read the entire book in one sitting because it was that engaging. The plot had me guessing and looking for more clues. Each time I thought I had it figured out, there was a curve ball thrown and took me by surprise. I love that this story held my attention. It also creep me out a bit because I had the hair on my neck stand up multiple times. This is a story that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Are the people in your neighborhood watching you? Are the people in your neighborhood planning your death? Who in the neighborhood can you trust? Read this story to find out the answers to these questions.

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Alice Will: Dreams of Chaos Book 1 by Ashley Chappell – Review by Mary Katherine Alexander

Alice Will: Dreams of Chaos Book 1Alice Will: Dreams of Chaos Book 1 by Ashley Chappell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

They say never judge a book by its cover, but I will admit it’s the cover that had me to pick this up to begin with, I wanted to follow the girl on the cover on whatever adventure she was about to go on, and I was not disappointed. Ashley Chappell does an absolutely fantastic job setting up the world in which Alice Will takes place I wanted to jump in and live in this world with Trotter and Prowler myself. Her descriptions of places I felt I was actually there with Trotter & sidekick Prowler, and with Alice. It had everything, humor, adventure, magic, twists, and several moments where I couldn’t put it down even well past my bedtime, So much so It was worth nearly falling asleep in class the next day more than once. It made me feel such a sense of adventure and excitement I hadn’t felt since my childhood years reading about a certain boy who lived under some stairs. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next book in the series to see where this goes!

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The Crown of Stones: Magic-Scars (Book 2) by C. L. Schneider – Review by Sheri Schrader

Magic-Scars (The Crown of Stones, #2)Magic-Scars by C.L. Schneider
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Crown of Stones: Magic-Scars by CL Schneider is the second book in a fantastic series. The story of Ian Troy continues as more memories come back to him. He is trying to figure out his past so he can understand his future. The world they live in is very uncertain and dangerous. How will he work this all out?
The characters are very well written and guide the reader through a great story. I recommend reading these books in order because each book builds on the next. I have enjoyed many reads from this author and this did not disappoint.

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Goddess of the Wild Thing by Paul DeBlassie III – Review by Piper Foster

Goddess Of The Wild Thing: A Dynamic Spiritual JourneyGoddess Of The Wild Thing: A Dynamic Spiritual Journey by Paul DeBlassie III
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Goddess of the wild thing by Paul DeBlassie
Is a fantasy supernatural horror thriller mixture. This is a very unique novel and not like anything I’ve read before.
I absolutely love the descriptive writing in this book makes you feel like you have steeped into the book itself. Eve character ia great and the development is seen really well through this book. I enjoyed the time skips in this book at times i found it a little confusing and had to reread to make sure i waa following properly. Once you get into the meat of the story its a very gripping book that you don’t want to put down. You can feel a dark essence to this book within the supernatural element i would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys time going from past to present.

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Naughty & Nice (Spicetopia #4) by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Tracy Barbour

Naughty & NiceNaughty & Nice by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Spicetopia Boxed Set contains:
1-Sugar & Spice: Cy and Jolie’s story
2-Virtue & Vice: Moon & Katja’s story
3-Fire & Ice: Neve and Enya’s story.
4-Naughty & Nice: Micah & Natalie’s story (Christmas themed & maybe my favorite!!)

The Spicetopia 4-book series is set in the theme park world, which was a first for me, beginning in Sweetopia (think Disney) ending in the in adults-only Spicetopia (yeah, no reference for this one). Steamy love stories with awesome plot lines & interesting characters. As with most great series the stories & characters are interrelated & flow nicely. Each book is about a different couple and the challenges within their relationships.
Romance, kink & theme parks? How much better can it get!!!

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Renegade (The Mercenaries Series Book 1) by Raven White – Review by Lisa Helmick

Renegade (The Mercenaries #1)Renegade by Raven White
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This is a first time author for me. I was intrigued by this series. Alpha men and they are protectors….WHERE DO I SIGN UP? Double the fun! This is kind of an insta-love along with a friend little sister genre. I thought This really got better the further along it went. One of my problems were her injuries and the sex that came after the hospital release. It seemed unlikely that they would get together with her terrible injuries…OR that he would care for her welfare and wait Until she had recovered a bit before diving in. Their activities in the bedroom seem pretty rigorous and I kept saying Ow…Ow…Ow for her. I also would have thought the police would have been interviewing her after the first attempt as well but nothing.

The characters were sexy, strong and kept the tummy flutters were a fluttering. I liked Eliza’s attitude. Growing up with a hard headed brother gave her a heads up dealing with Sam. There is a large crew of mercenaries. They all have different and fun personalities. I enjoyed the bond they have with each other but I got tired of their “Copy That” response.

Overall this is a suspenseful sexy story. It has it’s good and not so good parts. With a bit more time and length to fully flesh out situations this would be superb. But as right now it’s a fun read.

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