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Every Breath You Take (Bayou Devil’s MC #3) by A.M. Myers – review by Krystal Gaston

Every Breath You Take (Bayou Devils MC 3)Every Breath You Take by A.M. Myers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Every Breath You Take written by A.M. Myers is book three in the Bayou Devil’s MC Series. I love this book. If you haven’t read the previous two books: Hopelessly Devoted and Addicted to Love you should check them out also. The series is based off of an MC and it’s members, Every Breath you Take is Lincoln’s story and it’s a good one. So I loved Tatum, I loved everything about her. Even her craziness. She had me laughing with pretty much everything thing she said and did to Lincoln. The story line was great there is a scene at the end that could definitely be a trigger that I did not see coming but I also got the book because I liked the previous two so I didn’t bother to read about it I. Overall it was a great story it had many surprises and Tate kept you on your toes since you never really knew what she was going to do with whoever had made her mad at the moment.
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Wine Thief (Resort Romances #5) by Mary Billiter – Review by Angela Shirley

Wine Thief (Resort Romances #5)Wine Thief by Mary Billiter
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Wine Thief by Mary Billiter is the fifth book in the Resort Romance series and follows the life choices of Chloe and what reasons has caused to her to rethink her life and move to the Napa Valley with her sister.

Chloe has had a hard year, but she decided to leave what she knew behind in Southern California and moved to the Napa Valley to work in the Wine Industry as a Wine Educator. Her sister decided they need a trip on the wine train to get Chloe into role before she starts her job for real, but all that changes when they arrive at the train and are welcomed by Tony and his group for his friends Bachelor party. Chloe realises she has a instant attraction to Tony and as they go forward on the train she becomes more attracted to him, but she royally embarrasses herself.

Tony is using the trip with his college brothers as a cover for the real job in hand, as Tony works in the world of Corporate Intelligence he needs to find the mother vine to be able to go back to his employer, but Chloe has thrown a curve ball into the mix as he is having strong feelings towards her and is feeling guilty dragging her into this mess.

I have read all the books in this series and I have to say this was my favourite book out of the series, the character of Chloe reminds me so much of myself, clumsy and awkward in certain conversations and situations. I always love the dual point of views which the story follows and the internal struggles both characters had with the relationship and partnership in the task ahead. The story is well written and is always a page turner, the characters are rich and you feel like you are part of the story which I always love to escape.

I can’t wait for the next book in this great series and I love that each book within this series is a different story with a different twist. Thank you Mary for these great stories.

 

Reviewed by @ashirley

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Miss Apple Pants: Lost in Seattle by Charlotte Roth – Review by Debi Kircher

Lost in Seattle: Miss Apple Pants (#1)Lost in Seattle: Miss Apple Pants by Charlotte Roth
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Miss Apple Pants: Lost in Seattle by Charlotte Roth

5 Stars

This author has quickly become an absolute favorite of mine. This story although a bit different than what I’m used to by her was still as enjoyable as all the rest in a different way.

I could totally relate to Ella when in her senior year she has to move..this happened to me and was not something I enjoyed, but if Id had the chance to have my story go the way hers did in some places I might actually look back on it and smile a bit.

I had all the feels while reading this story, and my favorite part of this authors books is her writing of the interaction between the characters, she chooses the best conversations and without knowing the words to explain this I’ll just say it is awesome. Ella did experience more than someone her age should have to, yet also experienced what many young girls would love to have. I was fully invested in this story and highly recommend it.

I will be waiting for what this author comes up with next and I hope its soon because I’ve already read everything else she has available 🙂

Review by @debikircher

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Golden Poppy (Wildflowers Series Book #5) by Vivian Winslow – Review by Angela Hayes

Golden Poppy (Wildflowers Book 5)Golden Poppy by Vivian Winslow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

Golden Poppy is the fifth and concluding instalment to the Wildflowers series by Vivian Winslow. But it really is the final piece in the Gilded Flower Series too, as Poppy Barron plays a part in that series as well. I have really enjoyed discovering more about Poppy, over the course of the previous book, and this one- we get a real insight into what makes her tick and how/why she is the way she is. This book is set in her later years and there is a lot of reflection on her part, looking back over her life and sharing some of her regrets- realization and acceptance also comes into play. She feels her time slipping away and really wants to make amends with her daughters and repair her relationship with them, before it’s too late. It was great to see all the various aspects to this wonderful, complex character- and I found there was a lot more to her than I had first thought.
As with the rest of the books in this series, the characters are beautifully crafted, fully developed individuals with complexities which give them a realism and relatability. They made me want to turn the pages to find out what was going on and what would happen next. This story was so well written and just so wonderful, it is the jewel in the Wildflower series crown. Ms. Winslow saved the best till last with this emotive, heart-wrenching, and outstanding story.
I am sad that this fantastic series has ended, but what a way to finish! But, I am also excited to see what Ms. Winslow will do next! I can’t wait!

Thank you, Ms. Winslow!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

 

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Forbidden (Alex Conner Chronicles, #2.5) by Parker Sinclair – Review by Jenni Bishop

Forbidden (Alex Conner Chronicles, #2.5)Forbidden by Parker Sinclair
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Forbidden: An Alex Conner Chronicles Novella 2.5 by Parker Sinclair and continues after book 2 but before book 3. It is a short read but a good read. I suggest that you start with book one or you will not know what is going on and you will get a better picture and background on this loveable characters. This paranormal, fantasy, romance is another winner by Parker. ​The magic and mystery entices you into their world where demons and fae cause more havoc for our book friends.

Remember go back to the start and enjoy the journey into the world of magic.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Wine Thief (Resort Romances Book 5) by Mary Billiter – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Wine Thief (Resort Romances #5)Wine Thief by Mary Billiter
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mary Billiter is a new author to me, but the title and blub had me, a book about Napa Valley and Wine, Yes Please! Chole and Tony are great characters and this was a good modern day romance with a little mystery mixed in, like keep me turning the pages. You will learn a lot about wine that I want to go on a wine train now. But unfortunately, there might have been too much information that it overpowered the story a little. Mary Billiter writing is well written but at times maybe a little too descriptive. I hate to say that because I wish some author were more descriptive in their writing. I am looking forward to going back and reading the other books in this series.

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Secret’s Kiss (Securities International Series Book #4) by E.M. Shue – Review by Angela Hayes

Secret's Kiss (Securities International #4)Secret’s Kiss by E.M. Shue
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

Secret’s Kiss is the fourth book in the Securities International series by E.M Shue. This is a fantastic romantic suspense, with spy action, intrigue, romance, tension, danger, human trafficking, sex-slave-trade, interesting characters, and a gripping storyline. Even though this book could be read as a standalone, I really wish I had read the other 3 books first, as I feel that I should have known more about some of the secondary characters and other details- which would have made this reading experience even better than it was.
I love the authors bold, sexy and dynamic style. It really brought out the suspense and tension in the story, while giving it a bit of a sensual overtone at the same time. Ms. Shue created wonderful characters who I couldn’t help but get emotionally invested in and was cheering on right from the beginning. I also enjoyed the different perspectives of Dani and Raul. Ms. Shue’s story has great attention to detail, and the descriptive scene setting paints vivid pictures that pull you into the story, letting you experience it right alongside the characters.
If you love a spy story with a strong, independent, confident and sexy leading lady- who doesn’t give in when the going gets tough; and a swoony leading man with a bad-boy vibe and a protective streak, and is more than meets the eye…..then this is definitely the book for you!
I am going back now to read the other 3 books, because if this one is anything to go by- they are bound to be excellent!

Thank you, Ms. Shue!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

 

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Kah Key Jock (The Kah Key Club Series Book 4) by E. H. Poussay – Review by Jenni Bishop

Kah Key Jock (The Kah Key Club Series Book 4)Kah Key Jock by E. H. Poussay
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Kah Key Jock (The Kah Key Club Series Book 4) by E. H. Poussay is an interesting read. It is also a very very quick read. I was not sure what I would find when I started the book but I must say I when I read the names of the characters I almost wet myself laughing. It was a nice change to read something that is not the norm.

If you are looking for something a bit out there, quick and easy to read and fun this is the one.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Secret’s Kiss (Securities International #4) by E.M. Shue – Review by Jenni Bishop

Secret's Kiss (Securities International #4)Secret’s Kiss by E.M. Shue
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Secret’s Kiss: Securities International by E.M. Shue is the fourth book in the series and really enjoyed it. It can be read as a stand alone or as part of the series. I love the fact that it is also written in each of the characters POV. This is my first book that I have read from E.M. and I look forward to going back to the start of the series and reading more. The story flows nicely and keeps you captivated right the way through. There is so much contained in this story that you can’t put it down because you just have to know what is going to happen. E.M.’s words will hook you as you navigate through the action and suspense, thrills and fear and the passion and love and oh, let’s not forget those sizzling sexy moments. The characters are interesting and each of them have depth to make you want to know more.

Grab a copy. You know you want to.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Shifter’s Journey (Spirit Walker Thrillers Book 3) by Laura Hawks – Review by Jenni Bishop

Shifter's Journey (Spirit Walker Thrillers Book 3)Shifter’s Journey by Laura Hawks
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Shifter’s Journey is the third book in the Spirit Walker Thrillers series by Laura Hawks and is a paranormal romance full of mystery and intrigue. Not sure what to expect, I was pleasantly surprise and hooked. Laura has written a story with various plots that are cleverly orchestrated like juggling balls. The action and drama is full on and the suspense and twists and turns keep you glued to the story waiting to see what happens as it unfolds. This story will take on a journey through time and will leave you eager for more.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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