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Too Hot to Handle (The Catch Series Book 3) by Avery Scott – Review by Robin Rankin

Too Hot to Handle (The Catch, Book 3)Too Hot to Handle by Avery Scott
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Too Hot to Handle by Avery Scott is the third book in the Catch series. I wasn’t sure what to expect since this is the first book in the series I’ve read. I discovered that each of these books can be read as a standalone, though the previous book is referenced.

Tony, oh what can I say about Tony? He is an amazing guy, very sweet but not looking for a relationship. Oh and he’s a firefighter. Sigh…..

Georgia is a hot mess but as you get to know her you discover why that is. She puts up with a lot more from family than she should. I would definitely do things a bit different if I were her.

I got the impression that this may be the last book in the series but a girl can dream right?

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Furbidden Attraction: A Cursed Romance (Raven Falls Cursed Romances Book 1) by R. O’Leary – Review by Candida Hopper

Furbidden Attraction: A Cursed RomanceFurbidden Attraction: A Cursed Romance by R. O’Leary
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Furbidden Attraction: A Cursed Romance (Raven Falls Cursed Romances Book 1)
by R. O’Leary

I found myself smiling and at times actually laughing out loud. I enjoyed this fun, romantic shapeshifter story with all it’s different characters. Considering what Jack does for his clan I’m glad that his character is kind and fun loving especially when it came to Louisa. There is also an element of mystery in this story that kept me captivated. We meet a variety of characters in this book and I thought it made it that much better. The author made this book easy to read and kept me entertained. I recommend this book, and I can’t wait to read the next one.

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The Embers We Seek: Prequel | War of Giants (A Rebel Princess Serial Book 1) by Acacia K. Parker – Review by Kandis Posey

The Embers We Seek (A Rebel Princess Serial, #1)The Embers We Seek by Acacia K. Parker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Embers We Seek: Prequel | War of Giants (A Rebel Princess Serial Book 1) by Acacia K. Parker is a great afternoon read! This story is completely original and left me wanting more (in a good way). It only took me a few hours to read which is great when I need a fix but don’t have a lot of time. I can’t wait for the next episode.

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Nite Fire: Smoke & Mirrors (Book 3) by C. L. Schneider – Review by Michelle Austin

Smoke & Mirrors (Nite Fire #3)Smoke & Mirrors by C.L. Schneider
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Nite Fire: Smoke & Mirrors was a great 5 star read and book three in the Nite Fire series. I was pulled in right from the beginning, I’m really enjoying this series. I couldn’t wait to see how things came together in the end for this story.

Dahlia and her partner Alex are working on a bizarre case involving nonhuman beings. While investigating they encounter supernatural worlds that bring several different characters.

Can they solve the mystery behind the crimes? Will she be able to save her friends sister?

Overall I enjoyed this book, we get suspense, secrets, mysteries and so much more. We continue to see Dahlia grow stronger as each book comes along. All of the characters added a great element to the story. We even get to see some from previous books in the series. C.L. Schneider does a great job with her writing, the detail is great and you feel like you are right there with the characters. If you’re looking for a great urban fantasy series to read, I highly suggest you 1-click and get started on this one.

Reviewed by @mab54615
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Children Of The Future by Jane Suen – Review by Sheri Schrader

Children Of The FutureChildren Of The Future by Jane Suen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Children of the Future by Jane Suen is a short, mystery story. Telly is the school bus driver and finds that all the children except for one have gone missing from the school. Will Telly figure out what happened?
This is a quick read which doesn’t give away the crux of the story until the end. The story is written very simply and would make a good read for a younger reader as well as adult readers. I liked Telly and Billy but felt there was something missing from some of the other characters. I did not feel like their reactions were relatable to the news the children have gone missing. Overall, I enjoyed this story and like the story was told in the manner it was told. Everything worked together well.

Review by @sherimichelle1

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Girl Trap (A Madeline Dawkins Mystery Book 3) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

Girl TrapGirl Trap by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Girl Trap (A Madeline Dawkins Mystery Book 3) by Cynthia Hamilton

5-Stars

Girl Trap is an exciting and fun read. The author immediately pulled me in from page one with Madeline’s flash back. It was gripping. I could not put this book down after that. This is the second book I have read by this author and it is the third book of its series. It can be read as a standalone. I really enjoyed how easy the storyline was to follow as well as all the action and suspense. The author had excellent character development for all main characters and supporting characters. I highly recommend this novel and will definitely be reading more from her in the future.

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Too Hot To Handle (The Catch Series Book 3) by Avery Scott – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Too Hot to Handle (The Catch, Book 3)Too Hot to Handle by Avery Scott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Too hot to handle by Avery Scott was a great read. There wasn’t to much of anything in it. I really enjoyed reading this book and look forward to more from this author. This was a happy read for me.
Tony is at a VIP event for “Catch” a friends reality tv show airing and all he really wants to do is be home or some place quieter. He spots a gorgeous girl trying to get into the VIP area and the bouncers are giving her a hard time. She’s clearly drunk and Tony decides to help her by saying she is with him so they will allow her to the VIP area.
Georgia is a woman who was recently engaged to someone who was on the reality show and basically just forgot he was engaged and is now engaged to someone new. A real jerk if you ask me. Georgia hasn’t had an easy life. She’s always trying to fit into a mold of what her step mother and step sisters are like. She reminds me of Cinderella a bit.
The night at the club, Tony sees her obviously under a lot of stress and takes her home but doesn’t try anything. He’s a perfect gentleman. The next morning they part ways only to run into each other again when Tony goes on a EMS call. What are the odds? Fate has a funny way of making things like this happen.
Tony and Georgia become friends and Tony decides to help Georgia win back the love of Chaz. They act like a couple when they go out hoping to make Chaz jealous. There’s only one problem with that plan. Georgia is beautiful and Tony is a sweet, amazingly sexy firefighter and they are beyond attracted to each other. What will happen when Chaz and Georgia are face to face again? What will happen when Tony and Georgia give it a shot as a couple and then Tony finds out about how Georgia and Chaz ran into each other when Tony abruptly left after her family treats him like garbage? Definitely a great read you won’t want to miss out on. 5 stars!!!

review by @xchellex

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Kingdom of War (Kingdom Journals Volume 4) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Emily Walsh

Kingdom of WarKingdom of War
By: Tricia Copeland
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Kingdom of War (Kingdom Journals Book 4) by Tricia Copeland was an action packed, multi layer detail read, that had me hooked.

Not my first read by this author, or in this series, so I knew I was in for something dark and fun. And yes I know I jumped again to the middle, but this book reads like a standalone, and with the well place detail, world building, and characters, I didn’t feel lost or confused. I actually got sucked into this book right away, and before I knew it I had it read. It’s that type of book, and if this is anything to go by, I’m definitely going to be getting my hands on the other books.

I love Hunter, he was a wonderful character that was both compelling and complex. He was very aware of himself, and pushed himself to try to conquer the evil he felt he had hidden in him. It was a refreshing to read such a well build MC, both strong, flawed and interesting. The side characters, his friends, were just as well rounded and entertaining. They played well off one another, and their interaction felt natural and real. I got to touch on the world-building and detail, like wow, the author out such a complex place on paper, and it was amazing to read about. Crips, rich and just movie like, I didn’t wan to leave this world. Mad props to the author, and their lush talent.

Overall this book is well worth the read, your time, and your energy. So please take my super high recommedantion and my stamp of approval, that you will get lost in this one of a kind read.

Happy Reading

-Review by @eawalsh

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The Last Dance (The Sorrel Janes Mysteries) by Lonna Enox – Review by Angelina Frazzini

The Last DanceThe Last Dance by Lonna Enox
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Last Dance by Lonna Enox is a very well written, enjoyable book that keeps you on your toes. I was pulled into the story and couldn’t put it down.

Sorrel moves to New Mexico to escape and start a new life. It seems like a good place to start over, especially since she inherited the land from her aunt. Sorrel has decided that to start over, she will do everything different. She wants to open a gift shop and take wildlife photography. What she doesn’t expect is to be the center of a few murders. Will Sorrel be safe in her new home?

This book was very suspenseful and definitely keeps you on your toes. Sorrel is definitely a character that is relatable. She is strong willed and not afraid to say what she thinks. For someone that has faced what she has, she stays strong and powers through. I absolutely recommend this book!

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Furbidden Attraction: A Cursed Romance (Raven Falls Cursed Romances Book 1) by R. O’Leary – Review by Kaitlynn Taylor

Furbidden Attraction: A Cursed RomanceFurbidden Attraction: A Cursed Romance by R. O’Leary
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Furbidden Attraction: A Cursed Romance by R. O’Leary

5-stars

Furbidden Attraction is a phenomenal paranormal read! It was highly entertaining, captivating, action-packed, detailed, funny and unbelievably intriguing. This was my first book by R. O’Leary, but it certainly won’t be my last!

I loved everything about this book, the original and intricate storyline, all of the detail and even how well it flowed. I was also a huge fan of the many supporting characters; they all added a little something special to the story and as a bonus they also added some humor.

Honestly, I can’t wait to read more from this author asap and I would definitely recommend this book to anyone looking for their next paranormal read.

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