Maria Hearsy Bernard is a wealthy, recently divorced mom with no plan and nowhere to live. So she hops in her Cadillac and drives from Seattle to LA to spend quality time with her rock star sister.
…who is in Missouri, planning her secret wedding. A wedding Maria is supposed to be at.
Luckily, her sister’s friend, Oz Garcia, the outrageously handsome and terribly sweet guitarist for the up-and-coming rock band Demigoddess Revival, is house-sitting and offers to let her stay with him.
Then he offers to go to the wedding with her.
Then she offers to sleep with him.
And that’s when things get really complicated, because Maria has also offered to finance Oz’s fledgling band.
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This is one of my favorite series to read to my kids! They love the adventures with Jophiel and even love pretending they have a Jophiel of their own. I personally enjoy getting to “visit” different places while reading the books, this time to Japan. The author paints such vivid picture that it makes you feel like you’re in Japan with Tally and Jophiel. We love this series and can’t wait to see what comes next!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Ashley Westermanhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngAshley Westerman2023-06-07 22:51:382023-06-07 22:51:38Tally and the Angel: Book Three, Japan by Eleanor Dixon – Review by Ashley Westerman
Beautiful art work. Chester wants to to have the skills and qualities the messy kids have, he thinks they always do things better than he ever could, but, in the end, he is the leader, showing the messy kids how to clean up properly. I love this book showcases the good behind cleaning up your mess, being a leader instead of following along and, the imagination of children.
Chester doesn’t want to clean his room. He says he wants to clean the sandbox first. Four cat-faced aliens arrive in a merry-go-round-shaped spaceship and make an even bigger mess than he did. When he finally goes inside, the aliens put all his toys under his bed. His mom is not pleased. And she can’t see the aliens. But, she tells Chester to teach the aliens where his things go. The aliens copy him again. Will his mom believe him?
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Lois is a former science teacher. She has written a series of science-based folktales. In each modernized tale, the protagonist achieves a better ending because of learning scientific principles. Lois likes to garden, ride her bike with her husband, cook, and she votes in every election.
I loved this book!! I could not put it down!! Such wonderful characters and development of them. I wish it was longer!! Very original story line. I love how the romance builds much like on Queen Charlotte. As I said before I do wish it was longer. There are a few questions that weren’t answered but aren’t critical to the main storyline. Overall great book!!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Emmye Marihughhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngEmmye Marihugh2023-06-06 18:05:162023-06-06 18:17:51Bound by the Hinterlands by Bree M. Lewandowski – Review by Emmye Marihugh
Is there really such a thing as the 7 year itch in a marriage? Dane wants to add a woman to his marriage with Mike. They’ve been married for 7 years. Maybe a coincidence, maybe not.
This story was hot AF! While the ending was not quite the HEA I was expecting, it is still a good story. There was a deeper level of feeling, a deeper connection for some of the characters. And all of the main characters are extremely sexy as well!
This story is not safe for work or even young readers. However, there is lots of adult situations and fun!
Brutal Days is the third book in the Hidden Valley Elite series, but it is the first book for Damon and Skylar. I didn’t think I could love a couple more than Riley and Cole (Book 1 and 2) but I was so wrong. Completely obsessed with them both separately and together. The “relationship” between Skylar and Damon starts out on completely crazy terms, but slowly it turned into something they both actually wanted, craved even. Their relationship is pure mind games from the beginning, on both sides. At the beginning Sky does not care AT ALL about Damon, at least that is what she says out loud, internally she is memorizing his insane body structure. Sky’s personality just makes Damon want her even more, they become a game for each other.
What will happen when the dust settles? Will Damon and Sky always hate each other, or can they get over it? Will Gia find out what Sky and Damon have been up to behind her back?
Skylar’s abusive father is set to be released soon from prison, what does that mean for her mother and herself? Will they need to flee in order to stay safe?
I cannot wait until June 22nd so I can read more of Damon and Skylar’s story!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Helen Dawkinshttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngHelen Dawkins2023-06-06 17:14:212023-06-06 18:05:28Brutal Days (Hidden Valley Elite Book 3) by Isla Vaughn – Review by Helen Dawkins
Pangaea is a world which has suffered great loss and great changes, ever since a plague ripped through its citizens, nothing has been the same and the aftermath was only able to be handled by those who survived after the changes. These individuals became known as the Grey Stars and they restored order amid the chaos, but it came with a price, a caste system which separated the have’s from the have not’s, but the price was not paid by them, it was paid by those they deemed to be less, those that were put into the lower classes.
At one point long after this process was perfected, there were some who discovered abilities which were not of the norm and they decided to fight against the Grey Stars and the caste system and so a rebellion was created, but in order to win, they knew that they had to break a few rules to attain their goal and this is where they decide to kidnap a Grey Star and find out exactly how they manage to keep the masses in line. The person they kidnap however unbeknownst to them, they are about to discover that they are more than they seem, it turns out that they are an alter, someone with unusual powers, but although they try and keep this ability a secret, they are distraught to find out what their fellow Grey Stars have been doing and so they turn traitor and agree to help the rebellion.
Many years after this rebellion, a young woman is turning the age of majority that means she is now an adult, this also means that she has to go through the Coding, a process which will determine which caste she will belong to for the rest of her life, she has high expectations, as do those around her, but what happens is the last thing she expects and she is thrust out of the life she knows and into one in the lowest caste of their society and she is devastated when it happens and she has to leave her life behind and enter a camp. A young man meanwhile, is fighting for his survival, he has been hidden from the world because of his unusual ability and the myriad of emotions surrounding him and although he has his brother who is helping him with it, his life is still fraught with danger and a fear of the unknown, so when things develop and his brother tells him that he expects him to continue to look after those living with them and become the leader they need, he is not so sure that it is a good idea.
What really happened during the rebellion, what injustices were they fighting to correct and what happened to them in the intervening years between the uprising and the present day? Will the young woman be able to accept and grow into her new life in the camp filled with the lower caste people she has been thrown in with and can she live without the luxurious life she was used to? Can the young man embrace his powers and the leadership role his brother wants him to fulfil, or will events conspire against him and the life he wishes he could have? This is an epic adventure spanning time and place where nothing is as it seems and life is as unpredictable as can be, where secrets and lies reign and people will do anything to keep it that way in this book you will not want to put down.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Roxsanne Lesieurhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngRoxsanne Lesieur2023-06-06 17:07:482023-06-06 18:05:11Hope and Lies: The Abredea Series Book One by C.H. Lyn – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur.
Another truly amazing book from C. A. King! You think you know, and then here comes the twist. Truly had a bad childhood and as an adult, things don’t seem to be better for her, despite her efforts. She’s working three jobs to pay her rent and her psychiatrist. I really enjoyed this book and recommended you give it a try.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Jamie Truexhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngJamie Truex2023-06-06 16:50:252023-06-06 18:06:43Truly Unfortunate (Welcome to Knollville Book 1) by C.A. King – Review by Jamie Truex
This is the first book in the Ground Rule Series and I absolutely loved it. This is a second chance romance that is well written with great characters. Celia and Kyle share a past together. This past is filled with lies, passion, half truths and hurt. When Celia broke up with Kyle 8 years ago she broke his heart, but truthfully she also broke her own. They both moved on but yet they still found they had a special place in their hearts for each other. They run into each other at a mutual friends wedding and they begin to rekindle their feelings for one another. Kyle is a forgiving man. But 8 years ago Celia chose his future for him. I truly loved reading this story that was filled with characters with so much baggage and pain. I definitely found myself rooting for them. I didn’t want to put this book down and found myself staying up really late to finish it. I love that it is a series because I know that there is more fantastic characters and great writing in my future. Definitely pick this one up for a fun read.
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Wow what can i say about this book. I have loved all the author’s work so far and this one is right up there as my favourite. It is book 1 in a new series called Welcome To Knollville and I really can’t wait to read more. This is a crime story with a very unique paranormal twist. The author keeps you guessing all the way along and even at the end I am not sure if things happened as we were told or if it was all the imagings of a woman who suffered trauma and was mentally unstable. I really don’t want to say more and risk giving the story away. All I will say is this is a story that will grip you and even when you finish it will still have a tight grip on you. It is an amazing read and I’m so excited for more in this series.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Kerry Carrhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngKerry Carr2023-06-06 16:24:142023-06-06 18:07:11Truly Unfortunate (Welcome to Knollville Book 1) by C.A. King – Review by Kerry Carr
This is the first book in the Welcome to Knollville series. I was really drawn to the not remembering anything aspect of this story. The book is on the shorter side but is certainly not lacking. There were great characters, brilliant world-building and an enjoyable writing style used.
I love Truly the most of all the fabulous characters, she’s so lovely and works hard to provide for herself. Despite amnesia she powers through, and you can’t help but root for her.
Other characters are just as memorable, easy to love and relatable to people you may encounter in everyday life.
I loved it and can’t wait to get started on the next book!
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a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/123750579-seen” style=”float: left; padding-right: 20px”>Seen by Lori Nelson My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Seen by Lori Nelson. This is my first book by this author and it won’t be my last. This is not my favorite genre but I loved this book. Its a dystopian Sci Fi about a 16 year old girl named Mouse. Mouse has accidentally seen a member of her family murdered and taken a picture of it. Mouse is working as a intern at the town newspaper. She struggles on what to do with this information.She decides that no one needs to know anything about this so she hides everything. Before she can start her own investigation she is kidnapped for ransom. Enter her brother Meph and he has the awful decision of saving his daughter or his sister. For Mouse knowing her father has caused all of this is heartbreaking and she doesn’t know if she can come back from this. Will her brother be able to help her escape or will she meet her death with these kidnappers all thanks to her father? Such a good book full of mystery, murder, emotional family drama and trust issues.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Tausha Treadwayhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngTausha Treadway2023-06-06 15:35:222023-06-06 18:04:25Seen by Lori Nelson – Review by Tausha Treadway
I am so thankful this is the first book in a series because whoa… I love how Cassandra and Chandler’s chemistry simmers as the story unfolds. The setting is unique as they are circus performers, and it made their characters compelling and endearing, and I love them together. This story twists and turns like a good mystery should and kept me in suspense and at the edge of my seat the entire time! It was hard to put this book down and not read it in one, long sitting. It’s steamy romance, vibrant storytelling, and characters I couldn’t get enough of. I tend to shy away from a lot of steamy romances, but this one has my full recommendation. I can’t wait to get my hands on book two!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Christine J. Spulakhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngChristine J. Spulak2023-06-06 13:37:002023-06-06 18:04:04Obedience (Ties That Bind Book 1) by Liza Snow – Review by Chrissy Spulak
<a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/71668376-huff-puff-grind-the-3-little-pigs-get-smart” style=”float: left; padding-right: 20px”><img border=”0″ alt=”Huff… Puff… Grind! The 3 Little Pigs Get Smart” src=”https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/books/1677889900l/71668376._SX98_.jpg” /></a><a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/71668376-huff-puff-grind-the-3-little-pigs-get-smart”>Huff… Puff… Grind! The 3 Little Pigs Get Smart</a> by <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/331633.Lois_Wickstrom”>Lois Wickstrom</a><br/> My rating: <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/5600815929″>5 of 5 stars</a><br /><br /> This is a cute take on the three little pigs. But in this story the pigs and the wolf become a team and work together. The wolf helps to huff and puff on the windmill to grind flour, and the pigs make home made bread. Everyone is satisfied. So cute! <br/><br/> <a href=”https://www.goodreads.com/review/list/6813301-tori”>View all my reviews</a>
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What happens when Jarryd and Ian find the Wandering Isles? I am so glad the Crown of Stones Series isn’t over and we can read about what comes next. As a trade is coerced there are many fears exposed, they can’t trust what is happening and Ian and his magic complicate things. This story really showed Ian how his ability to recognize his flaws and use that information to make them strengths. Content warning: Sex and some language
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Daree Blakehttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngDaree Blake2023-06-06 13:12:232023-06-06 18:07:03The Wandering Isles: A Crown of Stones Novella (Soulbound Journeys Book 1) by C. L. Schneider – Review by Daree Blake
Truly Unfortunate is Book One in the Welcome to Knollville Series. It is a superbly written supernatural crime book with twists and turns that will hook you and keep you reading to the end. The story centers around Truly who is seeing a doctor in the hopes of regaining her childhood memories. Her doctor feels that something terrible must have happened to Truly as a child that she has repressed for all these years. Truly’s life at present is not going well and she is struggling to make ends meet even while working three jobs. Her landlord has just increased her rent, will not do necessary repairs in her apartment, and is trying to blackmail her into sleeping with him to help pay her rent. Then, of course, she is having visions that she is unsure whether are suppressed memories coming back to her or if she is hallucinating. Each vision has her blacking out for small amounts of time and leaves her feeling like she was in a fog. To make matters worse people around her seem to be dying at an alarming rate and she was the last one to have had contact with each of the victims.
Jeff is the other character that the story focuses heavily around. He is a member of the Knoll police who is determined to solve the mysterious deaths in Knollville. He does not believe that these deaths were accidents and suspects that these are all linked. Jeff suspects that they might even be linked to when he was a child and his nine-year-old classmate died in an accident. He always felt her death was suspicious and that is what compelled him to join the police force. Jeff strongly feels that the other girl who was present during the accident of his classmate was somehow involved but he has never been able to prove it. Not only was this young girl present when the classmate, a notorious bully, died but the young girl’s stepfather and mother also died when she was young. Now this young girl, Truly, just happens to be the last person to have seen each of the victims in a recent string of mysterious deaths. Jeff is determined to prove that Truly is involved in all the deaths and that they were not accidents but were instead murders.
This book was entertaining and had me captivated from the first few pages. The author’s writing style is unique, brilliant, and masterful. The storyline was a bit dark and twisted at times as Truly’s story took center stage. The characters were engaging, lovable, and relatable. As I was introduced to Truly, I immediately felt sympathy for her because of her horrific childhood. It was obvious that she had been horribly abused and therefore her mind suppressed the memories for her to cope. Yet, at the same time, I could not help wondering if she was involved somehow in all the deaths, even those going back to her childhood. Was that the real reason behind her suppressing the memories of her childhood for so long? I also wondered about the current visions that left Truly feeling as though she had lost chunks of time. How long were these lapses and what else was going on at the time? These mysterious little tidbits kept me reading to learn more. I was intrigued by the mysterious undertones, the links between past and present, and whether Truly was involved, or if it was coincidental. The twists and turns the book took had me on the edge of my seat, well done! I cannot wait for the next book in this superbly written series. This is a great read and I highly recommend it!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Tara Johnson Barneshttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngTara Johnson Barnes2023-06-06 12:10:412023-06-06 18:04:53Truly Unfortunate (Welcome to Knollville Book 1) by C.A. King – Review by Tara Johnson Barnes
What a refreshing Folktale. This time around the little pigs went to school. They learned how to make their home wolf proof. The wolf on the other hand was hungry. Can the pigs come up with a plan that will benefit both themselves and the wolf? Once again this author retold a story with a twist. Opening up the minds of our young children and encouraging them to think ahead. Great story for both parents and children. This is a must have for all libraries.
This is another fantastic retelling of the classic 3 Little Pigs. In this version, we have Stella, Hal, and Brad who are 3 very intelligent pigs who studied architecture and build wolf-proof houses. This obviously upset the wolf, but they were able to come to an agreement that was mutually beneficial to them all. I love how Wickstrom is able to weave science and life lessons together in her children’s books. She is one of my absolute favorite children’s authors. And as always, I love her illustrations!
Who doesn’t love a forbidden, age-gap romance?! This is the story of Cassandra (the student) and Chandler (the teacher) and how their lives, present and past, intertwine as she becomes his protégé. I do love how quickly this book hooked me and Snow’s writing is excellent. I absolutely love the dual perspectives…it’s one of my favorite things being able to get both main characters’ POVs. I think Snow handled the spice very nicely in this book and though it was a slow-burn, I liked the pacing. There were a few times where some transitions were abrupt and that kind of jarred me; however, I enjoyed the book. This did end on a cliffhanger and I can’t wait to get my hands on the 2nd book.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Megan Reahttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngMegan Rea2023-06-06 11:15:042023-06-06 18:02:53Obedience (Ties That Bind Book 1) by Liza Snow – Review by Megan Conley
I enjoyed reading this book. I thought Carina and Nathan were good together and the plot fit the genre well. I always love the stories where the characters meet under “interesting” circumstances before they meet under more a professional one. The characters were relatable and the story flowed nicely. I would recommend this book and the author.
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Truly, our main character is a 9 year old girl at the beginning of the book. Her mother works 3 jobs and she is left with her mom’s boyfriend. Truly is traumatized and does not remember her childhood. She has been going to a doctor for help for years with no success.
Truly as an adult is struggling. As the book progresses you will find out how and why. Everywhere she turns, life is kicking her and she really has nowhere to turn. Deaths begin to happen and the connection comes back to Truly, although, she wasn’t at any of the deaths. Is there a way Truly can be free of all these unfortunate occurrences.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Deb Robinsonhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngDeb Robinson2023-06-06 10:55:172023-06-06 18:07:54Truly Unfortunate (Welcome to Knollville Book 1) by C.A. King – Review by Deb Robinson
A beautiful story about a second chance at love when you have lost hope in the idea. I will say I was skeptical about whether a man who had obviously gone after the cream of the crop would then treat her like this. BUT it is only for first chapter or so before we move forward in time to meet the real hero of the story. I thought the self doubt she had about remarriage was very realistic. I loved how they met and how their romance unfolded. I also felt like the sentiments and sweet nothings were spot on. I don’t normally feel this way in romance novels though I love to read them. Sometimes it feels forced or over the top, but I found the words very beautiful. Wonderfully written! And yes, I have already searched for more books by this author!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Tina Vegahttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngTina Vega2023-06-06 10:35:362023-06-06 18:08:08Earl of Griffith (Once Upon a Widow Book 6) by Aubrey Wynne – Review by Tina Vega
And here I thought I’d never hear the inner thoughts of Ian Troy again! This Novella was a perfect addition to the series… there is enough detail where it could stand alone without the series but I do feel I had a better understanding of the characters having read the other books. Peace has been achieved. Ian and his magic are no longer needed….or is it? Ian and Jarryd head to the wandering isles thinking they’d be deserted but come to find that is definitely not the case and what they will have to endure is so much more than they knew. Another well crafted tale by this author who continues to impress.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Melissahttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngMelissa2023-06-06 09:56:412023-06-06 18:02:46The Wandering Isles: A Crown of Stones Novella (Soulbound Journeys Book 1) by C. L. Schneider – Review by Melissa Saxton
Nathan and Catrina met one night in a bar, had one incredible night together, and thought that would be the end of it…until they meet again, in Catrina’s office at her law firm. Nathan is working on a deal to purchase a movie studio, and needs a competent lawyer, something he sadly didn’t have in his previous lawyer. Catrina needs this deal to go through, quickly, so that she can make partner at her law firm and move up in her career. What neither had bargained for was the attraction and connection they feel. Catrina insists that they keep things platonic until they get the deal inked and Nathan is no longer her client, both to help Nathan’s image and to abide by her firms strict no dating clients rules. When pictures of the two of them kissing in her office surface, everything comes undone, and Catrina ends up getting fired, and Nathan’s deal falls through. With a guaranteed happily ever after, this book is a great addition to this series. This book can be read as a standalone, but once you meet Nathan, Catrina and their friends, you likely won’t want to leave their world, I know I don’t.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Candice Esteshttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngCandice Estes2023-06-06 09:42:492023-06-06 18:04:45Acting Counsel (Kings of Screen Book 3) by Morgana Bevan – Review by Candice Estes
I really enjoyed this. It’s got 36 short stories in it and each one was enthralling and kept my pages turning. My favorite one was Alice’s Illusions as it kept me guessing about what was actually happening right till the end and i love that in a book. Alice is a great character because she’s just a normal girl who is trying to navigate life without being in the spotlight too much. She meets this seemingly normal boy and falls in love but not all is as it seems. I loved it! All of the stories in this collection are enjoyable to read and I would definitely recommend this one!
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Emma Samwayshttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngEmma Samways2023-06-06 09:23:272023-06-06 18:10:25Aliens on Earth Anthology (Limited Edition Romance Collections) by Various Authors – Review by Emma Samways
This is the second book in this series which I highly suggest reading the previous book as well. It will help with your enhancement of the characters but of the author’s writing skills as well. This is a well written story where the characters will take you on an adventure. They pull you into their world and keep you engaged throughout. A story that is meant to give the world hope and having a true purpose revealed. I enjoyed how creative these characters are. They are strong, supportive characters that have great growth throughout which added to the story’s entertainment value. They pull you in their adventure with ease and had me wanting to know more about what would happen. I enjoyed how the author used details to make the story realistic which made it easy to read. This is a great story that I enjoyed reading. I highly recommend this book.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Bobbi Wagnerhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngBobbi Wagner2023-06-06 08:40:572023-06-06 18:01:47Ghosts of Alda (The Obscured Throne Trilogy Book 2) by Russell Archey – Review by Bobbi Wagner
This is the third book in this series which I enjoyed reading. This is a standalone story but I would highly suggest reading the previous books in this series as well. They are just as great reading as this one. I found this book to be well written and hard to put down. A story where romance is forbidden but the attraction and chemistry is still there. What will fate have in store for these characters? I enjoyed how they pulled me into their world. They kept the story engaging and fast paced. They are relatable, strong characters that I enjoyed watching growth throughout the story. Their chemistry and attraction is great which made the story easy to read. This is a great story that I highly recommend. One you don’t want to miss. An entertaining story that keeps you coming back for more.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Bobbi Wagnerhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngBobbi Wagner2023-06-06 08:31:022023-06-06 18:01:41Acting Counsel (Kings of Screen Book 3) by Morgana Bevan – Review by Bobbi Wagner
This is the heart-wrenching tale of the “Boys of Alpha Block.” It takes place in a juvenile detention center where the boys are subjected to the horrors of physical, mental, emotional, and (sometimes) sexual abuse, as well as abuse of power, humiliation and degradation, and complete disregard for their education. I would consider this book to have a slow pacing but I couldn’t flip the pages fast enough to find out what was going to happen next. This book will take an emotional toll on you; however, there are bright spots in it too. Friendships are formed and there is hope which does ease some of the tension of all of the darkness. I think one of the things that has stuck with me long after I’ve finished the last page is the fact that there were “good” people in positions to help the boys and they just stood idly by. This book is definitely worth the read, but do be prepared to have your heart tugged at and to have a good stare at the wall when you’re done.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Megan Reahttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngMegan Rea2023-06-06 08:19:322023-06-06 18:01:34The Boys of Alpha Block by Nancy Nau Sullivan – Review by Megan Conley
This was a fascinating book. I found myself getting lost in the book as I followed on the magical journey. I found the characters and details quite fascinating. Honestly, I enjoyed this book much more than the ones like the Lord of the Rings. The author gives details that make it so much easier to picture in your mind. The beginning is my favorite. Picturing the wilting forest. I loved the storyline because it engaged me. My mind was engaged through the whole story. This author writes in a way has you picturing the story in your mind. From everything I’ve read recently, that just doesn’t happen much anymore. I’m thrilled to have had the next book in this series to read. I can’t wait for the next. Really, you should read this series, I can’t tell you more. You must experience this for yourself. It’s really that good.
https://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.png00Shelly Kittellhttps://itsybitsybookbits.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/IBBB_2020_logo_sq.pngShelly Kittell2023-06-06 06:53:492023-06-06 18:03:42Ghosts of Alda (The Obscured Throne Trilogy Book 2) by Russell Archey – Review by Shelly Kittell
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