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A Christmas to Remember by 5 Prince Publishing – Review by Kelli Harper

A Christmas to Remember: An Anthology from 5 Prince PublishingA Christmas to Remember: An Anthology from 5 Prince Publishing by Bernadette Marie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Holiday reading at its finest. A Wonderful collaboration of feel good stories with happy endings. As a lover of Christmas stories I was drawn into each story and left with a happy heart.

The Anthology contains:
-Mistletoe Memories By: Bernadette Marie
-A Rocky Mountain Romance By: Jessica Mehring
-Copper Penny Christmas By: Ann Swann
-Merry Mix-Ups By: Emily Bybee
-Falling For Christmas By: Amy L. Gale
-Christmas Pizzo By: Emersyn Kane
-The Mrs. Clause By: S.J. Reisner

I truly recommend this Anthology for this holiday season.

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Faultless Love (The Bennetts of Langston Falls Book 1) by KG Fletcher – Review by Kelli Harper

Faultless Love (The Bennetts of Langston Falls, #1)Faultless Love by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Small-town second chances romance. Ted went to prison for a crime he didn’t commit. Now he is home and adjusting to his new normal. I absolutely adore this story and in many ways it mirrors my life currently. Teddy told Robyn not to wait on him and she hasn’t but she is drawn to him and he is drawn to her.
This book has many characters and not all of them are on team Teddy. Wonderful story. I love this authors writing and cannot wait to see where we go in book 2

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Kiss Away Your Pain (Wounded Hearts Series Book 2) by Debbie Cromack – Review by Kelli Harper

Kiss Away Your Pain (Wounded Hearts, #2)Kiss Away Your Pain by Debbie Cromack
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Enzo and Candi are just perfect together. He is able to fulfill her more than anyone before and she has made him realize that he can find love. But when their pasts collide can they find a way to overcome and make it all work? This is the second book in this series and the author just keeps getting better. The story draws you in and makes you feel all the things the main characters feel. There is a point in this story where Candi is in a storm and you can feel her sadness and grief as well as the storm raging around her. This has to be one of the best books I have read this year.

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Soliloquy by Janet Fogg – Review by Kelli Harper

Soliloquy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This one click wonder that I found on Kindle Unlimited is a new to me author and not usually a preferred genre but oh my am I glad that I picked this one. Erin and Arick’s story will find you traveling to the past and the story is just so so good. You will be drawn in and just find yourself turning pages until all hours of the night with the thoughts of “just one more chapter”. The characters are so memorable.

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Glass Houses by Sinister Styx – Review by Kelli Harper

Glass HousesGlass Houses by Sinister Styx
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

New to me author, this is a very short story but it really does a good job of getting to the point and telling you a bit about the reasons the Main characters act the way they do. I am truly intrigued at this story and would love to read more about the MCs previous and future lives. This book literally just takes minutes to read and is a violent, steamy, lust and jealously filled short story.

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Revenge Honeymoon by K.J. Gillenwater – Review by Kelli Harper

Revenge HoneymoonRevenge Honeymoon by K.J. Gillenwater
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ruby gets left at the altar and her best friend Emily suggests they take the honeymoon cruise anyway since it is already paid for and it will give them some time away.
This book is fun and funny. There are some points when you really want Emily to just get past her insecurities, but being the “unattractive friend” as well, I totally get her point of view. I do enjoy how she starts taking over her insecurities though. I really liked her dynamic with Max.
Fun book that will keep you turning pages just to see what happens next.

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Finding Bryce (Green Brotherhood: SEAL Team XII Book 1) by Debra Parmley – Review by Kelli Harper

Finding Bryce (Green Brotherhood: SEAL Team XII Book 1)Finding Bryce by Debra Parmley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a quick novella and I loved every part of it. The down-side of this story is the fact that it is a novella. I would have loved a much more substantial story for this couple. While the whole, one-night stand turns into a pregnancy, story line is perfect for this story I just felt like there was so much more that could have happened.
With that being said though, Military romances with a suspense filled story line are wonderful. I can’t wait to get my hands on the rest of the SEAL team.

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Petty’s Crime (Satan’s Devils MC Las Vegas Book 3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Kelli Harper

Petty's Crime (Satan's Devils MC Las Vegas #3)Petty’s Crime by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Petty was told by his father to protect girls/women, you do not hurt them. This was at the age of 4 and here he is many years later, a security detail to one of the most frustrating women he has ever met. Yet when she sings he is mesmerized. This story, much like the many others I have found myself reading my Manda Mellett, is wonderful. I love the way the author brings out the compassionate, empathetic sides to these supposed rough, tough biker guys. Petty is no exception to this. I loved this book.

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More Text Than Sex by Jim Shomos – Review by Kelli Harper

More Text Than SexMore Text Than Sex by Jim Shomos
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a new to me author and I really enjoyed his writing style. This story follows 3 different persons. Cat, Annie and Robbie. While at times it was a little slow, the longer you read it the more invested and involved you become. The story line flows back and forth between the 3 major characters in the story and you watch how they grow and evolve together. Seeing how they run the music contest and their own personal battles outside of work was really intriguing.

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The Second View (The View from Here Trilogy Book 2) by Leon Stevens – Review by Kelli Harper

The Second View (Book 2 of The View trilogy)The Second View by Leon Stevens
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was so excited to see this second book in The View From Here series. April and Thomas are off on another adventure. The wonderful part of this series is that you will not stop turning the pages. You want to know what is coming and what happens next. This second book takes us back to the universe that they discovered in the first book. Trying to find out what happened to the inhabitants. This book series is really interesting and I am anxiously awaiting the next.

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