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Dinner with The Wolf (Misfits & Rogues Series Book 2) by Kimberly Forrest – Review by Jenni Bishop

Dinner with The Wolf (Misfits & Rogues Series Book 2)Dinner with The Wolf by Kimberly Forrest
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dinner with The Wolf (Misfits & Rogues Series Book 2) by Kimberly Forrest is an enjoyable paranormal romance story. Where a group of unruly paranormals live together and who realise that they are family.

Vivian is an entitled pampas princess who has grated on others nerves. When one of her friends is condemned she flees the scene fearing for her wellbeing. Being forced to take a look at herself she finally realises what a horrible person she has been. When she is in real trouble she calls the one person who doesn’t give a damn.

Jules is on the hunt to bring home the spoilt prima donna who rubs him and his wolf the wrong way but the search is proving fruitless. That is until he gets a call from her and he realises just how vulnerable she is. Will he make it in time to help or will he be too late to save her.

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Secure Again: A Chase Group Story by R.L. Dunn – Review by Jenni Bishop

Secure Again: A Chase Group StorySecure Again: A Chase Group Story by R. L. Dunn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Secure Again: A Chase Group Story by R.L. Dunn is another winner. It is a thrilling and enticing read that is non stop action from the start to finish. There are so many players it is a wonder that R.L. was able to keep up with them all as it was a little daunting myself but she did a masterful job. of weaving it all together to come out with a story that will have your heart pounding and your emotions on high alert. I really enjoy the Chase Group stories and love their characters. This one was a bit of a hard pill to swallow at the thought of what the evil men and women in this story were doing and I could not wait for their just deserts to be served with a side of whipped cream. It is choc-a-block full of action and danger, secrets and lies, heartache and love.

Dr. Elizabeth Reed is one strong and sassy, independent and beautiful woman but she is heartbroken. She has long suspected that things have not been right with the injuries she sees on some of her patients. When she asks questions she doesn’t realise she is now putting herself in life threatening danger. However, when doing everything she can to save a life, she comes face to face with the one person who shattered her heart.

Martin Bailey is the CEO of Chase Security International, but all that is left behind when he has a family emergency. Whilst waiting for answers he finds himself face to face with the one person who tore his heart out and stomped on it. What he finds when he gets to the hospital will require the whole of Chase Security and then some to bring the monsters to justice.

The book is extremely fast paced and will have you biting nails and on the edge of your seat. Not one to be missed.

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Say Something by Jennifer L. Allen – Review by Jenni Bishop

Say SomethingSay Something by Jennifer L. Allen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Say Something by Jennifer L. Allen is a beautiful and yet sad story that brings about emotions and feelings that left me sobbing. It is a story about infertility and what one woman went through at some dark times in her life and how she lived through it. My heart bled for those who suffer and it hit home with memories of what my youngest and my daughter-in-law went through. Jennifer’s writing his heartfelt and the story is well written and I loved the characters and wanted to engulf them in hugs and love.

Jessica has just returned to her home town to rebuild her life. The life she has left behind is nothing but bad memories and loss. What she did not expect is the one person she would always love but she needed to learn to re-love herself.

This beautiful story should not be missed. You will definitely need tissues and a good strong drink but it is so worth it. I am hoping that we get to see the rest of the characters with their own stories.

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Dracones Guardian (Dracones Book 6) by Sheri-Lynn Marean – Review by Jenni Bishop

Dracones GuardianDracones Guardian by Sheri-Lynn Marean
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Dracones Guardian (Dracones Book 6) by Sheri-Lynn Marean is a brilliant paranormal fantasy that is as engaging as it is enthralling. It is full of action and danger, Angels and Demons, Soulmates and love. I loved the characters and the band of beings that became a family. I really love this series.

Zander, an archangel who is loyal and a fierce warrior and is very protective of those he loves, his children, his friends, his soulmate. So when Heaven and those he loves come under attack he must fight for their lives.

Sheri-Lynn has done a wonderful job of creating a world and characters that make you feel a part of their story. With lots of twists and turns emotions run high and I had to keep turning the pages until the end.

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Evolution: Awakening (An Ash Kyndal Novel) by Hope Anika – Review by Jenni Bishop

Evolution: AwakeningEvolution: Awakening by Hope Anika
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Evolution: Awakening by Hope Anika is a fast paced and action packed story that is unpredictable. The drama and action jumps right in from the very beginning and doesn’t let up all the way through. The world and characters that Hope has created are intriguing and at times thought provoking.

Ash is a strong willed and independent woman who is also stubborn, and sassy. The sudden death of her Uncle means she is left to run the PI firm and she suddenly finds herself thrust into something that is bigger than she ever could have imagined and she is faced with finding the truth whilst trying to protect her client and stay alive.

The story was intense and the mystery is palpable and will have you trying to piece it all together whilst sitting on the edge of your seat. There are a few unanswered questions that I am sure will pick up in the next book which I am eagerly awaiting.

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Trickster’s Hunt (Three Tricksters Book 1) by Carrie Whitethorne – Review by Jenni Bishop

Trickster's Hunt (Three Tricksters #1)Trickster’s Hunt by Carrie Whitethorne
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Trickster’s Hunt (Three Tricksters Book 1) by Carrie Whitethorne is a good start to the series and the story along with the characters were fun and humorous, flighty and sassy, sarcastic and witty. I enjoyed it from start to finish, I mean who doesn’t like hot and sexy alpha men, not one but three. I enjoyed the twist of this modern day fairy tale where there is Egyptian mythology entwined, and djinn.

Maia is a young woman who is always hunger and makes her money entering eating competitions. When she wins a trip to the finals in London it means a big payday. But what happens when she is there is beyond her comprehension and changes her life forever. This paranormal reverse harem romance has magic and more and one crazy cat.

I look forward to the other books in the series.

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BECKONED, Part 6: Adrift in New Zealand by Aviva Vaughn – Review by Jenni Bishop

BECKONED, Part 6: Adrift in New ZealandBECKONED, Part 6: Adrift in New Zealand by Aviva Vaughn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

BECKONED, Part 6: Adrift in New Zealand by Aviva Vaughn is the final book to the series and all books before this one should be read in order to understand how we got to where we are and an understanding of the characters and who they are. I have always had a soft spot for Soren and his unlucky journey to love but it is a journey where he has to understand and find himself before he can truly find love. Aviva has thrown in a few twists that were so unexpected and it is a bit of an emotional read, yes there were tears. We see some old characters that felt familiar and new ones that were enjoyable to get to know.

Soren has been cut off from the family money he is used to but it has made him appreciate things more and helps him find himself. When it is time to move on he finds himself in New Zealand and he comes face to face with blasts from his past who held his heart. It makes for an emotional and heartfelt story. One I could not put down for wanting to know what happens.

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Beachcomber Enemy: a Romantic Thriller (Beachcomber Investigations Book 10) by Stephanie Queen – Review by Jenni Bishop

Beachcomber EnemyBeachcomber Enemy by Stephanie Queen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Beachcomber Enemy: a Romantic Thriller (Beachcomber Investigations Book 10) by Stephanie Queen is another wonderful extension of this fabulous series. As with all the books in this series this story is fast paced and has the wow factor from start to finish. I suggest reading all the books in order as it gives you a look at the relationship between the characters and how it has grown and become what it is in this book. Stephanie never disappoints and always lives up to my expectations and then some. It is full of mystery and drama and struggles that make it one good read. When enemies from Shana’s past resurface the hunt is on but will they be able to find them before things get to out of hand. I love me a good suspense story.

This page turner will keep you rooted to your seat and I found myself finishing it in one sitting. This is one series and one author to keep on speed dial. I’m am looking forward to her next book.

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Crafting Love (Wine & Furniture Series Book 1) by A.E. Gamrat – Review by Jenni Bishop

Crafting LoveCrafting Love by A.E. Gamrat
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Crafting Love (Wine & Furniture Series Book 1) by A.E. Gamrat is a well written romance story and a great read. The characters were enjoyable, well mostly, Grace us the friend and she annoyed me but I loved Kelly the main character. The book is quick and enjoyable read and readily drew me in.

Kelly loves the small town in which she lives and her job. She has the best friends and she loves her circuit. She is however lonely. She has given up on love but one night out may change her life.

I am excited to see where A.E. will take us with the next book.

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Out of the Box Collection by Jennifer Theriot – Review by Jenni Bishop

Out of the Box CollectionOut of the Box Collection by Jennifer Theriot
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Out of the Box Collection: A Second Chance Romance Series: The Complete 3-Book Collection by Jennifer Theriot is a box full of emotions, heartache, tragedy, betrayal and love to name a few. The characters are likable and make you feel part of the story. Olivia has uprooted her whole life to follow her husband across country to a new job. Only he drops a bombshell and turns her whole life upside down. In the midst of heartache she finds something that she never thought she would find and it turns out it is better the send time. Unfortunately not everything is smooth sailing and there are plenty of ups and downs that affect them all. The love and laughter these characters find within this motley crew of a people who chose to be a family will keep you turning the pages and following every step along the way with them.

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