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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Happily Ever AfterHappily Ever After by Piper Rayne
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a review for Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye
Well, I really enjoyed this story and I wish we could’ve gotten more of these two, I would’ve read them all day!
Perrie and Ash have some history, and she’s never forgiven him for it. Needing a new roommate, she places an ad and never expects who it is that moves in.
From there it just got better. The chemistry between the two was coming off the pages, and I love those types of reads.
Would love to get to know them better as there was a lot to digest, which the author did a good job summarizing it all but more details were wanted in places for me.
Overall it was a great read, and that ending, ugh I loved it so so much!

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Ride with the Moonlight (Thunder on the Moor Book 2) by Andrea Matthews – Review by Kerry Baker

Ride with he Moonlight (Thunder On The Moor, #2)Ride with he Moonlight by Andrea Matthews
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ride With The Moonlight by Andrea Matthews is the second book in the Thunder on the Moor series. This series does have to be read in order as it is a continuation of the characters story.
For me this book was even better than the first. I found it so easy to jump straight back into the story and reconnected with the characters immediately. I was excited to see where their journey was going to take them next and how they would overcome everything that seemed to be in their way.
The writing in this book was just as imaginative and detailed as it was in the first. This meant it was so easy to picture everything going on. This has been a strong series and this book really just reinforces that completely. I would highly recommend you give this series a try today!

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The Longest Run: a Ski Patrol Rescue Romance (Lawson Family #4) by Tracey Cramer-Kelly – Review by Angela Shirley

The Longest RunThe Longest Run by Tracey Cramer-Kelly
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Carly is happy skiing during the winter season but she has a secret from years ago which intersects her life and her relationships. Carly enjoys the one a season lover who can vanish at the end of the season with no strings attached. Until she sees Chris and something stirs inside that she has not felt in a long-time but will the feelings reciprocated or will she be left wanting again.

Chris was a Olympic Skier until that fateful day which changed his life forever. Although he is now determined to make the Paralympic team and is dedicated to the task he can’t stop thinking about the woman on the slope.

I loved this story and we the chemistry between these two characters was brilliant and that jumped off the page. The story delves into the both characters ups and down, plus the sheer determination that nothing is impossible if you put your mind to it.

The story is well constructed and draws you into the story and bring the characters into your heart, especially when you are urging them forward into their relationship and feeling you are living the story with them. I can wait to read the next book in this wonderful series.

Reviewed by Angela Shirley

The Longest Run: a Ski Patrol Rescue Romance (Lawson Family #4) by Tracey Cramer-Kelly – Review by Tausha Treadway

The Longest RunThe Longest Run by Tracey Cramer-Kelly
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Longest Run: a Ski Patrol Rescue Romance (Lawson Family #4) by Tracey Cramer-Kelly. I loved this book in fact I have loved all of the Lawson Family books. This is the story of Carly Lawson who works for the families ski resort in the winter and is a White Water Raft guide in the summer. She loves her job but a horrific accident 10 years ago that haunts her still to this day so Carly focuses on her job and winter flings. Chris Markham was an avid downhill skier and had dreams to seek it professionally until the tragic accident that left him a paraplegic. When Carly’s family ski resort hosts the Paralympics she meets Chris again and this time falls for him. She only wanted a winter fling not a full blown relationship. Will Carly be able to forgive herself so that she can have a relationship with Chris or will she let it ruin her future. Read The Longest Run to find out.

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Stone of Destiny (Juniper Samoni Trilogy Book 1) by Nadine Travers – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Stone of DestinyStone of Destiny by Nadine Travers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Stars
Stone of Destiny (Juniper Samoni Trilogy Book 1) by Nadine Travers

Stone of Destiny is the first book in the Juniper Samoni Trilogy by Nadine Travers. I’m a huge fan of this author and this one is my favorite to date. I truly enjoyed reading this paranormal story about Juniper who has been sent on a mission to save the Stone of Destiny but if she fails it could affect everyone’s freedom. Find out what happens next in this must read. Once you start reading you won’t want to stop till you’ve finished. I can’t wait to read more from this Author.

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The Longest Run: a Ski Patrol Rescue Romance (Lawson Family #4) by Tracey Cramer-Kelly – Review by Melissa Agena

The Longest RunThe Longest Run by Tracey Cramer-Kelly
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What a great addition to the series! The Longest Run: a Ski Patrol Rescue Romance is the fourth book in the Lawson Family series written by Tracey Cramer-Kelly. Carly Lawson is a rafting guide during the winter months and loves what she does. However, she is plagued by an enormous guilt that she can never forgive herself for. Chris Markham is a Downhill skier that was in a crash that left him a paraplegic. Now with the Paralympics in sight he is more focused than ever. That is until he meets Carly. Carly only wanted a winter fling but instead is falling head over heels for Chris. Will they be able to continue their relationship after the winter? Their chemistry is amazing and is very steamy. There are so many twists and turns throughout the book. It was a definite page turner and I didn’t want to put the book down! I love this series and this is one of the best books yet. I cannot wait to read more!

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Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley – Review by Finn Cunningham

Matching MiriamMatching Miriam by Mya O’Malley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley is my first book by this author,and I definitely recommend it. This is one of my favorite genres, and Mya did not let me down even in the slightest. This is the kind of book that you can just sit down to read, and lose yourself in for hours. Which is exactly what i did, staying up way to late to finish this wonderful book! I was hooked on Miriam’s story from beginning to end, and i honestly can’t wait to read more of Mya’s work in the future!

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The Longest Run: a Ski Patrol Rescue Romance (Lawson Family #4) by Tracey Cramer-Kelly – Review by Heather Lovelace

The Longest RunThe Longest Run by Tracey Cramer-Kelly
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

As I’ve come to expect from this author, and the family this series follows, this book was heavy on emotion and connection. Chris and Carly were a fantastic pair and I really appreciated how well developed each character was on their own as well as the depth of the relationship. This book is filled with heartbreak and secrets and the affect it has on self and loved ones. This book was a real page turned and one I thoroughly enjoyed.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace
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Night Justice (A Chicago Vigilantes Novel) AUDIO BOOK by India Kells – Review by Piper Foster

Lance has had a major change happen in his life. So he’s made a descions to take it out himself. Become a vigalante he wants justice for what has happen.Sam I hated at first but through the audio book he grew upon me. Orla is a character I really enjoy and her been a strong female is vital to this story.
Do you want some ranuchines through in with your story this is the one for you some steamy scenes to get your blood flowing. I adore the voice over in this book it’s is extremely express which helps the story.

The Graceful Ghost by Eleanor Dixon – Review by Piper Foster

The Graceful GhostThe Graceful Ghost by Eleanor Dixon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The graceful ghost is a very sweet story. It’s definitely aimed at young adults and children however I would say it’s suitable to read at any age. Eleanor Dixon does a great job of bringing her characters to life. Grace is now a ghost and her home has been turn into a school. Grace is stuck in what to do she’s stuck until she can help another. It’s such a sweet book to read.

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