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Crave (Clark Family Series) by Evelyn Sola – Review by Jenni Bishop

Crave (Clark Family Series Book 1)Crave by Evelyn Sola
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Crave: An Instant Attraction Romantic Comedy (Clark Family Series) by Evelyn Sola is a contemporary romance story. There are a lot of relationships, family dynamics (what a mess they are), drama and angst, betrayal and emotion in this book. There is also some banter that is fun and made me smile.

Jacob and Sandy have a unique connection and lots of passion after a slow burn.

I wonder where Evelyn will take us next.

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

Ride with he Moonlight (Thunder On The Moor, #2)Ride with he Moonlight by Andrea Matthews
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.5 stars

Ride with the Moonlight (Thunder On The Moor Book 2) by Andrea Matthews is a historical romance but not your typical historical romance. It is a time travel tale where Maggie and her family travel back in time. Andrea is passionate her history and it that passion that makes this unique story an interesting read. Being set in Scotland makes for a beautiful background. As with the first book there is plenty of action and danger and interesting facts to be learnt, as we Andrea provides narrative of life of a Border Reiver on the run.

Maggie finds a man and they are on the run. Will Maggie be able to keep him safe?

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The Graceful Ghost by Eleanor Dixon – Review by Jenni Bishop

THE GRACEFUL GHOST: A story for girls rich with authentic ballet school detail and sparkling with ghostly mischiefTHE GRACEFUL GHOST: A story for girls rich with authentic ballet school detail and sparkling with ghostly mischief by Eleanor Dixon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

THE GRACEFUL GHOST: A story for girls rich with authentic ballet school detail and sparkling with ghostly mischief by Eleanor Dixon is a delightful children’s fantasy story. This sweet little tale is about a young girl who loves dance and ballet and longs to see one herself. The only problem is she is a ghost. With heart-warming characters, it is an engaging story that any little girl will fall in love with.

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Stone of Destiny (Juniper Samoni Trilogy Book 1) by Nadine Travers – Review by Jenni Bishop

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

Stone of Destiny (Juniper Samoni Trilogy Book 1) by Nadine Travers is a paranormal fantasy story and I love me a good paranormal tale and this one ticks all the boxes. The story is fresh and original and is a mixture of myth and urban fantasy plus the supernatural. The world building as well as the characters are extremely well done. It is also incredibly well written. Nadine has done a great job of engaging the reader and making you think about it long after you have finished it. Plus, it was set in Scotland and I love Scotland. It is a great start to the series and I for one cannot wait to see where we go next.

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

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 Book 4) by Tracey Cramer-Kelly is a contemporary sports romance story. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this book, and I was not disappointed. The story is one that will stir up your emotions and make your heart ache. Tracey’s wonderful narrative brings the characters to life and this lovable coupling brings two characters together who have endured pain and suffering, loss and guilt in their lives that it will break your heart right along with them. But there is also love and hope, wonder and joy to be had that you are not able to walk away until you have finished the book in one sitting. I have loved the Lawson’s right from the start, and I am glad we got to catch up, they feel like my own family.

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Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley – Review by Jenni Bishop

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

Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley is a contemporary romance. It has a little of everything, a little crime and murder, a lot of suspense and throw in some paranormal to give it a bit of spice. In true Mya fashion she gives us a read that is engrossing and easy to get lost in when trying to escape reality. Just when you think you have it worked out Mya throws you for a loop and sends you in a completely different route.

Her ex is back in town but catching a killer is Miriam’s main objective even if it means her life.

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Jordan’s Justice: A New Adult Sport Romance (Tessa and Jordan Book 2) by T. Christensen – Review by Jenni Bishop

Jordan's Justice: A New Adult Sport Romance (Tessa and Jordan Book 2)Jordan’s Justice: A New Adult Sport Romance by T. Christensen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Jordan’s Justice: A New Adult Sport Romance (Tessa and Jordan Book 2) by T. Christensen. And I thought the first book was an emotional ride. This one blows it out of the water. It has a myriad of emotions and drama, as well as lots of angst that goes from one extreme to the other and so so much anger. You really need to read the first book first as this takes place four years after the first one which has so much information and back story of our couple and where it all began.

She was young, blackmailed, emotional and naïve and that set the course of her life. Now that life is set to be turned upside down once again.

He is all anger and woe is me Mr rich man and I can have what I want, and I am all about revenge. But what he doesn’t realise is that the blame lies elsewhere and not where he directs it. I sooooooo wanted to shake him and tell him where to go. Although he did redeem himself a little at the end.

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Jenni Bishop

Happily Ever AfterHappily Ever After by Marie Skye

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Happily Ever After is a boxed set of romance stories that will titillate and tantalise the reader. Many authors have written beautiful, sassy, sexy, steamy and so much more stories and there is a little of everything that will appeal to one and all.

Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye was a quick, engaging read. When I saw Marie Skye had a story, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. I could feel the chemistry and the tension is palpable. This steamy tale keeps you interested from start to finish. Marie’s writing is delightful, and you will fall in love with the characters who made me laugh and cry and everything in between as I journeyed along with the them.

Perrie is looking for a roommate, what she never expected was the one who responded to her ad. Will they remain friends or will they become so much more?

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Havall 16 by A. J. Ullman – Review by Jenni Bishop

Havall 16Havall 16 by A. J. Ullman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Havall 16 by A.J. Ullman is a Sci Fi adventure story. It is a fast-paced dystopian tale that AJ has skilfully woven into a cleverly crafted and intriguing storyline. His writing is so realistic that it draws you in. It is a story that will have you thinking. It will have you asking questions on what we do in the here and now and how it will affect things in the future. It is interesting to read AJ’s work as he puts his whole self, his heart and his soul into his stories. He never settles for anything and he doesn’t settle on just one genre so you never know what to expect.

What would you do if the future comes knocking? Would you heed the message and give up everything you have dreamed of and more?

I am intrigued to see where AJ takes us next.

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Twisted Secrets (Deadly Isles Special Ops Book 1) by Amy McKinley – Review by Jenni Bishop

Twisted SecretsTwisted Secrets by Amy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Twisted Secrets (Deadly Isles Special Ops Book 1) by Amy McKinley is a crime romance story with lots of suspense. Amy is a go to author and I loved her Gray Ghosts series and the swoon worthy men that are spilling over into this series. As I have come to expect from Amy the story is wonderfully written and the world building is superbly done. The characters are well developed and it is a compelling story. Action and lies, secrets and hopes, intensity and intrigue are just some of the things that will have this book glued to your hand. Throw in an ex SEAL or two or more and some sizzling romance and you have a winner.

Being dumped after a failed mission or so it looks and at a low point in his life Xander finds himself helping and drawn to a young woman who has some strange events happening to her.

I cannot wait to see where Amy takes this series.

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