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Charlotte: Dr. Richard’s Littles #7 by Pepper North – Review by Julie Lounello

Charlotte: Dr. Richards' Littles 7Charlotte: Dr. Richards’ Littles 7 by Pepper North
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Charlotte by Pepper North is a four star novel. It is the seventh book in the Dr. Richard’s Littles series. I have not read anything pertaining to this topic before so I was a little skeptical at first. Please beware, this series centers around age play and all that entails. If that makes you uncomfortable, please put this book down. I did enjoy this book because even though it was about age play, it also had a story line about a young girl trying to find her way after she ages out of foster care. She has a degree, thanks to a scholarship program for kids like her, but she hasn’t yet been able to find a job. Then she meets Benton Gordon who owns Gordon’s, a store who specializes in items for people who are in age play relationships. She doesn’t find it weird or disturbing at all. As he gets to know her, he realizes he feels the need to take care of her and make her his little. Because of her life growing up being so unstable, she is willing to give it a try and let him take care of her.

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Badge Bunny (Romance in Rehoboth) by K. L. Montgomery – Review by Julie Lounello

Badge Bunny (Romance in Rehoboth Book 4)Badge Bunny by K.L. Montgomery
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Badge Bunny by K. L. Montgomery is a five star novel. I love when I get to read a series like this. Being the fourth book in the series, it is typically safe to assume you would miss something without reading the others. Although there are tie-ins and deeper connections to minor characters, this could be read as a standalone. I have thoroughly enjoyed every book I have read by this author. Her writing style is witty, charming, and hilarious. I love the back and forth banter that occurs between the characters and their love hate relationship. Brynne is the cute doctor in the emergency room. She is always chasing after the officers that bring in her patients. But after this last one, she is ready to swear off the badge and not date another officer ever again. Then Chris shows up. She is not impressed and only ups her resolve to find some other kind of man to date. But even though she seems to despise everything about him, she can’t get Chris out of her mind and he somehow just keeps showing up in unlikely situations. Then she realizes that maybe she shouldn’t swear off the badge just yet. Maybe one more cop wouldn’t hurt.

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Brody (Default Distraction #1) by A. S. Roberts – Review by Julie Lounello

Brody (Default Distraction #1)Brody by A.S. Roberts
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Brody by A. S. Roberts is a five star novel. This is the first installment of the Default Distraction series. Default Distraction is also the name of the band where Brody is the lead singer. He has it all, at least that’s how it seems on the outside. But all the money in the world can’t buy you happiness and contentment with your life. How is he supposed to keep on keeping on and pretending that life is great when he is miserable? He knows what will make him happy and he is out to secure that. When he meets Amy, randomly, he knows now that she is the one for him. Her life is upside down and she feels like nothing is going right. She knows this boy that she meets is not a good fit for her but something draws her to him anyway. Watching the two of them fight and work through hardships makes me believe anything is possible!

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Drawing Strength From Words (A Four Horsemen Novel) by C. A. King – Review by Julie Lounello

Drawing Strength From Words (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 2)Drawing Strength From Words by C.A. King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Drawing Strength From Words: A Four Horsemen Novel by C. A. King is a five star novel. I fell in love with this author when I read a different series of hers. I am so thankful I decided to pick up this series next! This is book two in the Four Horsemen series. I think it is imperative to read the first novel before reading this one because it gives so much more to the story than what we get just from this one. These novels are so action packed and information rich that I was able to read in one sitting. This is saying s lot for me because I do read slowly even though I love to read. We are first introduced to the Four Horsemen in the first book, Flower Shields, and find out they are siblings, and not all male. This book brings focus to Gabby and what she can bring to the table to defeat the devils that appear. I highly recommend this book.

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