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RETURN (Rewind Book 2) by Rowan Shaw – Review by Sara Oxton

Return (Rewind #2)Return by Rowan Shaw
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Return by Rowan Shaw a five-star read that you won’t want to ever return. This is the second novel in the Rewind series, that being said it can be read as stand-alone. This has been a great series as its rare to find novels set in France and the beauty of the setting descriptions are well done and you enjoy them so much. The alternating POV can be a little troublesome at times, or maybe that’s just me, but on the other side it did give balance to the story. This may not be for everyone as it does show us amazing M/M scenes and it has an amazing depth that will surprise you, do give the series a go as you won’t be disappointed.

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Never Let Me Go (Bayou Devils MC Book 6) by A.M. Myers – Review by Katie Matthews

Never Let Me Go (Bayou Devils MC #6)Never Let Me Go by A.M. Myers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

I honestly absolutely LOVE this author! I have read so many of her books now that when she releases a new one I don’t even bother to read the blurb as I know that it’s going to be a fantastic read and again I wasn’t disappointed with Never Let Me Go! I was hooked by the end of page one and I didn’t put the book (or kindle) down until I had finished. The pace and flow of her stories just make them so easy to read and I was just completely lost in what was going on in this latest instalment in the Bayou Devils series! It may be book 6 but the series just keeps getting better and better! I loved Juliette and Sawyer’s story and I liked that it was a little different from others in the series! Juliette’s story was really interesting to read about and I felt like I was right there with her at times. Sawyer was everything I wanted in the male lead! I loved him and together they had such a great intense yet genuine chemistry!
I loved this story and would absolutely recommend it! I cannot wait to read more from this author again in the future!

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The Last Dance (The Sorrel Janes Mysteries) by Lonna Enox – Review by Katie Matthews

The Last DanceThe Last Dance by Lonna Enox
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

The Last Dance was a really nice read and one that I thoroughly enjoyed. I haven’t read anything by this author previously and I thought that she had a nice writing style that had my attention from the very beginning. The storyline was original and refreshing to read. I also really enjoyed the author’s use of descriptive language; I could really imagine some of the places she was describing. The action was enough in the story to keep my interest throughout and I thought that the characters were well developed and likeable, especially Sorrel. I loved that the author kept me guessing all the way through the story!
Overall I really enjoyed The Last Dance, I would highly recommend it and I am looking forward to reading more from this author again in the future!

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Dread by Jeff Wade – Review by Tausha Treadway

DreadDread by Jeff Wade
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Dread by Jeff Wade. This is a creepy, creepy story. Don’t read it home alone or at night! This is the story of 2 brothers Frank & Patrick who go in a cave to explore. What happens in the cave is not clear but it seems as if Frank is stuck in there with dead bodies and body parts. He wakes up or so he thinks to hitting his head on rock, as he rolls to the side its also rock. He’s in a rock casket!!! He keeps thinking this is a dream and then his mind starts playing tricks on him making him think it wasn’t a dream. He has reoccurring memories but he can’t piece them all together. This is a short scary story that I read in one sitting. Its a scary rollercoaster ride!

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Too Hot to Handle (The Catch Series Book 3) by Avery Scott – Review by Tausha Treadway

Too Hot to Handle (The Catch, Book 3)Too Hot to Handle by Avery Scott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Too Hot to Handle (The Catch Series Book 3) by Avery Scott. This is such a fun read. I love Avery Scott books! This is the story of Georgia ” Gigi” Sinclair who seems to have it all, First Class travel and a TV Star Fiance Chaz. It seems like the perfect life but when Chaz calls off their engagement she is determined to win him make no matter what. One night out she meets sexy firefighter Tony who is the polar opposite of her boyfriend. Tony is blue collar, down to earth, silly and street smart. He brings out the real Gigi and he makes her feel so happy. Happier than she’s been in a long time. Will she choose happiness with Tony or will she still try to get Chaz back no matter the circumstances. This is a great Contemporary Romance!

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Dark (The Dark Series #1) by Paul L Arvidson – Review by Debi Kircher

Dark (The Dark Trilogy Book 1)Dark by Paul L. Arvidson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dark (The Dark Series #1) by Paul L Arvidson

4 Stars

I needed something different and I definitely got that by going totally out of my comfort zone with this book. This is my first read by this author and even though this is not a chosen everyday genre for me it filled the bill for what I was looking for and I’m kind of thinking I will be looking for whatever else he might have available.

It was the writing that had me hooked and once I got going and comfortable I had a hard time putting it down. It was easy for me to stay involved because I never got so out there confused like normal while reading this genre and I really appreciated that.

I actually felt like I was roaming through the tunnels, or the pipes with Dun, Tali, and Padj and was scared through most of this book as I’m extremely scared of the dark, which is why I think this book was the one I chose.

I’m actually looking forward to reading the next in this series and that kind of surprises me.

I highly recommend this book especially if your looking for something outside of your safe little box like I was.

Awesome

Review by @debikircher

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RETURN (Rewind Book 2) by Rowan Shaw – Review by Karyn Taylor

Return (Rewind #2)Return by Rowan Shaw
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Return is the 2nd book in the Rewind Series by Rowan Shaw. The rewind series is a set of contemporary bisexual romances set in France. This book contains m/m, m/f and m/f/m sexual scenes.
I had previously read the first book in this series, Rewind, and had thoroughly enjoyed it so was looking forward to reading this. My only concern was that I did not like the main character, Raphael in the first book. I decided that I would forget that I had known him before and judge him purely on this book. I’m so glad I did as I really loved the character of Raphael in this book. The author really gets you to know so much about her main characters and there was so much to Raphael that you couldn’t help but love him.
I also adored the other main character Adrien. He‘s such a complex character with so much heartache in his past that he feels unlovable. The interaction between Raphael and Adrien was great to read, with both of them trying hard to resist their growing attraction to each other.
I loved this story and can’t wait to see what Rowan Shaw has for us in the next instalment in this series.

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Hoosier Dad by Elizabeth Seckman – Review by Debi Kircher

Hoosier DadHoosier Dad by Elizabeth Seckman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hoosier Dad by Elizabeth Seckman

5 Stars

I was pleasantly surprised by this story, I’ll be honest I was afraid it would be a predictable type of storyline but it was in no way at all predictable.

I really appreciated that it wasn’t a normal second chance romance where they meet again and all is well. There was so much going on in this book and it was impossible to put down once I got settled in. I loved Sarah in every way, she was a tough take no prisoners attorney and literally did what she had to do in this story while going up against an evil ex and falling in love with the two girls who were the reason for the custody battle.

This is my first time reading anything by this author and I can promise it will not be the last, I loved her style and the flow of this story, you never really knew what was going to happen until it happened. That’s my favorite type of book!

Definitely looking forward to more from this author and I highly recommend this book.

Completely Awesome

Review by @debikircher

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Hoosier Dad by Elizabeth Seckman – Review by Jenni Bishop

Hoosier DadHoosier Dad by Elizabeth Seckman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hoosier Dad by Elizabeth Seckman is a second chance romance that is fun and light hearted story that was also witty and charming. I enjoy Elizabeth’s writing style and read the book in one sitting. I also found it to be a refreshing and clever read. The story flowed well and the journey the characters took was full of emotions and heat, heart and soul, passion and drama and they were palpable and very vivid. This is my first read by Elizabeth and I really enjoyed it. It has all the ingredients that makes it a feel good read that has you laughing out loud at times. Elizabeth has a way with words that make it not only fun but it is also witty and interesting, mysterious at times and oh so steamy.The story is told in dual POV’s which I love love love and we get to see where each character comes from and it gives so much more depth to the story. Lets just say that with differing POV’s it definitely made the story more enjoyable and at times completely outrageous.

Sarah has come back to town and comes face to face with the man who didn’t just break her heart he stomped on it but when he is in need of help she offers straight away and what she finds is nothing like what she left behind.

Rich is on the lookout for a wife. His expectations are outrageous and made me laugh so hard. When his ex causes trouble he turns to the one person who doesn’t like him but what he finds is something he never thought would happen.

A great read and one to add to your TBR list.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Dark (The Dark Series #1) by Paul L Arvidson – Review by Jenni Bishop

Dark (The Dark Trilogy Book 1)Dark by Paul L. Arvidson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dark (The Dark Series #1) by Paul L Arvidson is a fantasy sci fi story and is a dark tale. It is a story that has plenty of mystery and adventure, action and danger that keeps you intrigued. There were unexpected twists and turns and the world building was good, which helped to make it a reality that was believable. I did however think that the story could be
expanded a little more in some areas but it did not detract from the overall story. I really liked the characters, they are well developed and I enjoyed their humour. Dark is a place that has no light and the people live in a labyrinth of pipes and drains.

Dun and his friends are tasked with finding out what has become of their neighbours which sets them on an unexpected journey where the danger and horror are palpable and discoveries are just as mysterious and enlightening.

I look forward to what Paul has in store for us next.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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