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The Debt Collector (An Underground Bad Boys Romance Book 1) by India Kells – Review by Faith Jackson

The Debt Collector (An Underground Bad Boys Romance)The Debt Collector by India Kells
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

You cannot help but get divulged in a book like this. The whole thing has your heart racing chapter after chapter! I’m sorry to get so excited but this doctor is a true heroine! She is that one you get caught up in and knows she’s the “it” (excuse my French) and for a great cause but this book goes deeper!
As the doctor means well to save the girls, she’s caught up in a trap of manipulation at every turn: She knows better with all her fancy education but lust keeps screaming her name and her body is betraying her mind. The truth is behind the savagery she has to go through for answers. Is she really ready to risk it all? The choice is up to the doctor and her quest for answers.
This book is filled with everything I love: A mystery, sexual chemistry, lust, desire, and suspense. I was all in reading this one! I couldn’t help it — I highly recommend it as India Kells is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. Anything I see with her name, I can’t put down and this book was absolutely no exception. So, pick up your copy and you won’t be disappointed.

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The Slaughter of Leith Hall by Lexie Conyngham – Review by Gillian Fawell

The Slaughter of Leith HallThe Slaughter of Leith Hall by Lexie Conyngham
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What an adventure this story was! It took a moment for me to become accustomed to the language used but then I had fun looking up Scottish terms and it was like learning another language! The characters were superbly developed and quickly fell into categories of love them or hate them. Although, it must be said that some characters kept you guessing about their true motives through multiple twists and turns. Highly recommended!

Reviewed by @sparkinside

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The Widow: A Dark Romantic Fantasy by Naomi Valkyrie & Rebecca E. McEwen – Review by Michelle Austin

The Widow: A Dark Romantic FantasyThe Widow: A Dark Romantic Fantasy by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Widow: A Dark Romantic Fantasy by Naomi Valkyrie and Rebecca E. McEwen was a great 5 star read. I was pulled right in by the author’s writing. The further I got into the story the quicker the pages were turning so I could see what was coming next.

Vashti has lived alone since her husband passed away. Looking for companionship she decides to invite Absalom to stay with her. It works out great for the two of them, however when one of his friends shows up things take an interesting twist. Will they be able to keep their friendship intact or will Simeon interfere?

Overall I really enjoyed this read. I really loved the characters, they added so much to the story. We get mystery, dark elements, surprises and so much more that will pull you right in. The two authors did such a great job writing this story, I would love to read more from them. If you’re looking for a great read, I highly recommend this one. 1-click and get started today.

Reviewed by @mab54615
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Center of Gravity (An Ice Tigers Hockey Romance Book 2) by Isabella Cassazza – Review by Heather Lovelace

Center of Gravity (Ice Tigers #2)Center of Gravity by Isabella Cassazza
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Loved this story! I love a good sports based romance and this didn’t disappoint. I loved the characters of Emilia and Matt and really enjoyed their character development. This author did a beautiful job crafting the storyline and developing very relatable characters. I loved every page and am excited to find this is part of a series. This will be a series I will most definitely read every book.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace
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Bird in a Snare (The Lord Hani Mysteries Book 1) by N.L. Holmes – Review by Amanda Taylor

Bird in a Snare (The Lord Hani Mysteries)Bird in a Snare by N.L. Holmes
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I enjoyed reading the book Bird in a Snare (The Lord Hani Mysteries Book 1) by N.L. Holmes. This is a book that has mystery, murder, danger, and is intriguing. This book was written in ancient Egypt and the detail the author added not only to the description of life, but the characters was amazing and off the charts. It truly brought the book to life and made it more enjoyable to read. Hani is sent to investigate a murder and bring back proof to his superiors, so justice is served. But who can he believe and trust? Will he be able to bring back the proof? I recommend reading this book and can’t wait for more.

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Center of Gravity (An Ice Tigers Hockey Romance Book 2) by Isabella Cassazza – Review by Rachel Moss

Center of Gravity (Ice Tigers #2)Center of Gravity by Isabella Cassazza
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Center Of Gravity by Isabella Cassazza was a wonderful read! This is the first novel I’ve read from this author, and and I’ve never read a book from the Ice Tigers Hockey series before, but this standalone was great, and I wasn’t confused in the least. Everything that needed to be explained got explained fairly quickly, and there was no confusion in past events. I was instantly enthralled in this entertaining romance novel the moment I started reading. It was touching, and fulfilling, and extremely satisfying to read. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and can’t wait to read more from this author in the future!

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REBECCA STEELE FINDING A DREAM (REBECCA STEELE SERIES BOOK 2) by JOANNE PATTERSON – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Rebecca Steele Finding the Dream (Rebecca Steele Series #2)Rebecca Steele Finding the Dream by Joanne Patterson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Rebecca Steele Finding the Dream by Joanne Patterson is the second book in the Rebecca Steele series and my first book by this author. I am a sucker for a book that takes place in any part of my home state. That might have drawn me to the book but Joanne’s writing and great characters are what had me flipping the pages.

Great storyline, really like the little twist. As this is standalone, I can’t wait to go back and read the first book just to get to know Rebecca Steele a little better. Can’t wait to see what Rebecca’s next adventure going to be.

Reviewed by @jbruno26
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Bird in a Snare (The Lord Hani Mysteries Book 1) by N.L. Holmes – Review by Meg Tyrrell

Bird in a Snare (The Lord Hani Mysteries)Bird in a Snare by N.L. Holmes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is my first book by N.L. Holmes. I love a good murder mystery, and this book delivered. I couldn’t get enough of the writing style and the story itself. It does have a historical aspect that I’m not used to enjoying, but did! Our main character is Lord Hani, an Egyptian detective. He is sent to investigate a murder and what he discovers is a plot that takes him on a dark and dangerous journey. I can’t wait for more!

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The Widow: A Dark Romantic Fantasy by Naomi Valkyrie & Rebecca E. McEwen – Review by Erin Wolf

The Widow: A Dark Romantic FantasyThe Widow: A Dark Romantic Fantasy by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I give The Widow: A Dark Romantic Fantasy by Naomi Valkryie & Rebecca E. McEwen, 5 stars.

If I could write a one word review it would be: WOW.

This book is just incredible. I didn’t really know where the book was going, but I loved the journey it took me on and was pleasantly surprised each time something unexpected happened. I loved Vashti. Simeon and Absalom are also very good characters and great additions. I found the story so compelling and could not put it down. I was eager to see what happened next, but I could not rush through the book. I devoured this book — something I have not done in a long time. The fact that the story is so different from most romantic fantasies made me love this book even more. I reall h tsee kore of this world in the future.

If you are a fan of dark romantic fantasies, this book is for you.

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The Widow: A Dark Romantic Fantasy by Naomi Valkyrie & Rebecca E. McEwen – Review by Sheri Schrader

The Widow: A Dark Romantic FantasyThe Widow: A Dark Romantic Fantasy by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Widow: A Dark Romantic Fantasy by Naomi Valkyrie & Rebecca E. McEwen is a great read. I first was drawn to the beautiful and intriguing cover and title and the authors did not let me down. This book reads quickly but packs a lot into it. The characters and story revolving around Absalom and Vashti are fantastic. I really enjoyed the development of the story and their problem. I will not say anything concerning the plot because I do not want to wreck the story for anyone else. I tore through this book quickly and did not want to put it down. I look forward to reading more books by Naomi Valkyrie and Rebecca E. McEwen in the future.

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