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Thunder on the Moor (Thunder on the Moor Book 1) by Andrea Matthews – Reviewed by Jennifer Murray

Thunder On The Moor (Thunder On The Moor, #1)Thunder On The Moor by Andrea Matthews
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

If you are suffering from Droughtlander, this might help fill the void. It has adventure, 21 century ideals having to conform to past pretexes, and of course, romance.

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Shake Loose the Border (Thunder on the Moore Book 3 ) by Andrea Matthews – Reviewed by Jennifer Murray

Shake Loose the Border (Thunder On The Moor Book 3)Shake Loose the Border by Andrea Matthews
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Just when we thought Maggie was going to finally get her happily ever after, murder, maham, and more time traveling ensues. The ending has you lurking for the fourth instalment of this series.

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The View From Here by Leon Stevens – Reviewed by Jennifer Murray

The View from HereThe View from Here by Leon Stevens
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I found this to be an engrossing adventure story of “what if”. I would describe this as a more quiet adventure between two recently acquainted individuals with a sense of adventure. A very enjoyable read and I found it somewhat hard to put down.

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Face the Fire (Moore Family Saga Book 5) by Michele Sims – Review by Laura-Jane Minnie

Face the FireFace the Fire by Michele Sims
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Great book, great storyline I had me hooked. Miles and Bella are great together. If you like paranormal romance this book is for you.

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Imperfectly Yours (Titans of Manhattan Book 2) by Anise Storm – Review by Kendra Murphy

Imperfectly Yours (Titans of Manhattan #2)Imperfectly Yours by Anise Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Imperfectly Yours (Titans of Manhattan Book 2) by Anise Storm

Imperfectly Yours is the second book in the Titans of Manhattan series and once I finished the first, I knew I had to read this one. This is a book about the struggles with love, loss, drugs, and alcohol. At some point in our lives, we all struggle with weakness and let me tell you, this book definitely shows you that. The factor of being perfect often weighs on us and I just love how the Author portrayed this within her characters. The personalities of Anton and Elsa are beautifully written and easy to follow. I’m not one to be emotional but this book brough out a lot of emotions. The way each chapter flows flawlessly makes it so hard to put it down. Many people get turned off by triggers but this book shows them for what they are, it allows you to sympathize with the character. Anton and Elsa’s love is heartwarming and leaves you wanting more. One Hollywood’s top real-estate agents who just so happens to be in love with Hollywood’s top heart throb. They both want to be successful with a loving family but after a heart wrenching loss, can they have everything? Guess you’ll just have to read it for yourself and find out.

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Conveniently Yours (Titans of Manhattan Book 1) by Anise Storm – Reviewed by Jemma Mussche

Conveniently Yours (Titans Of Manhattan, #1)Conveniently Yours by Anise Storm
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have always loved first-person point of view especially when seen for both Paisley and Caspian as it allows you to really get inside their heads and understand what they are going through and feeling. Anise Storm really captured what was going on by using this POV. Caspian and Paisley found each other, exactly when they both needed someone to keep them grounded. You can feel their feelings coming off the page right at you.

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Imperfectly Yours (Titans of Manhattan Book 2) by Anise Storm – Reviewed by Jemma Mussche

Imperfectly Yours (Titans of Manhattan #2)Imperfectly Yours by Anise Storm
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a great read! It’s the second book in the Titans of Manhattan series. Elsa is a successful Realtor, and Anton is a Hollywood actor. They have a wonderful story filled with romance until a series of events puts their relationship to the test. A story that has a rollercoaster of emotions taking you with them, their story is tragic and full of ups and downs and struggles, making it really relatable.

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Sinful Vow (Dark Mafia Sins Book 1) by Emily Bowie – review by- Ashley Showalter-Bourgeois

Sinful Vow (Dark Mafia Sins, #0.5)Sinful Vow by Emily Bowie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was surprisingly well thought out and a joy to read. The characters were interesting and I enjoyed the authors use of wordplay and description to suck the reader in. As a romance novel goes , this one hit every nail on the head. Bravo!

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Exiled South by Harriet Cannon – Review by Ashley Denno

Exiled SouthExiled South by Harriet Cannon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Family history can be such a finicky thing. This story touches on just that, all the interesting twists and turns and tales that can be in our past. Some we may not even know about. Enjoy this ride as the main character finds out about her family history.

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Wildcat: A Steamy Firefighter Romance by Carina Alyce – Review by Tia Martel

Wildcat (MetroGen After Hours, #1)Wildcat by Carina Alyce
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Leslie McClunis is a ballerina turned firefighter. The men in the department think she needs to be more “feminine” and that women don’t belong. She’s determined to show them she can do what they do; including kicking one night stands to the curb in the morning.

Trevor Hampton is a big, tough football player who is not used to being told his time is up. So when Leslie tries to say goodbye, he’s determined to take their one night as far as he can.

This story was short with quite a bit of fire in the bedroom. I really enjoyed the characters and felt that Leslie’s firecracker attitude was portrayed nicely. However, throughout the story are journal entries that I felt didn’t progress the story and felt really out of place. I’m not sure if I’m missing something that the MetroGen after hours series builds on or if more will be explained in books to follow.

If you like spicy scenes and spicy women, you’ll definitely enjoy parts of this book. I wish there was more buildup and more story for sure. I do plan to see if I can learn more in the next part of the series because it felt incomplete to me.

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