The Bad Twin by Avery Scott – Review by Kerry Baker

The Bad TwinThe Bad Twin by Avery Scott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Bad Twin by Avery Scott is a fun and sexy read. I have always loved books with a mistaken identity in them and this one was definitely a good one. Avery Scott has created characters that are not only fun and entertaining but ones that are also hot and have great chemistry.
This is the kind of book that you will find yourself reading in one sitting because you just can’t put it down. This author is one that knows how to draw you in immediately and won’t let go. I hated when the book was over because I had enjoyed the story so much. This is one book I can definitely recommend.

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Forbidden (Tales of Passion, Lust & Betrayal Vol. 1) by Autumn Sand – Review by Kerry Baker

ForbiddenForbidden by Autumn Sand
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Forbidden by Autumn Sand is a hot and steamy book that will take you to all the hidden places where desires live. The book is a quick novella that will captivate your whole attention. All of the stories and the characters are well developed and so hot that they will leave you a bit hot under the collar.
Autumn Sand is a fantastic author. She knows how to write brilliant stories, each different from the other. If you haven’t read anything by her then you really need to rectify that immediately.

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Ailey of Skye by Wendy Hewlett – Review by Kerry Baker

Ailey of SkyeAiley of Skye by Wendy Hewlett
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ailey of Skye by Wendy Hewlett is a highly emotional book that will easily have you invested in the characters. This book is the first one that I have read by this author so I really didn’t know what to expect. The blurb was intriguing. It hinted at mystery and drama with a great storyline. The book definitely lived up to that.
I found it so easy to be drawn into the character of Ailey. She has such a depth and complexity about her. The way the author portrayed her really made her feel “normal”. She could have been anyone of us which made the whole story seem more real.
I really engaged with the authors writing style. It was well paced and developed the story well. This was a great book and a brilliant way to be introduced to this author.

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Darcy’s Caution (Pride & Prejudice & Racecars Book 3) by Zoe Burton – Review by Kerry Baker

Darcy's Caution (Pride & Prejudice & Racecars Book 3)Darcy’s Caution by Zoe Burton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Darcy’s Caution by Zoe Burton is the third book in the Pride & Prejudice & Racecars series. This book is fun and exciting, with just the right amount of suspense and romance to keep things interesting.
This book really felt like it was well rounded. The characters were all well development and had great stories. And it wasn’t just the main characters. The supporting characters all played strong parts.
I enjoyed the story as well. It had a great pace about it with the author knowing exactly when to push the story forward and exactly when to let it tell itself. This was a great book and one certainly worth reading.

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The Time Traveler’s Magic (Magic Bound Saga Book 1) by Anna Applegate – Review by Kerry Baker

The Time Traveler's Magic (The Magic Bound Saga #1)The Time Traveler’s Magic by Anna Applegate
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Time Travellers Magic by Anna Applegate is the first book in the Magic Bound Saga. This is an exciting story that has everything you could want.
Anna Applegate is an author that I have become pretty familiar with over the past year and I have come to expect that her books are enjoyable. This one is no exception and probably has to be my favourite to date. I loved these two characters. Rane is definitely fantasy worthy!!
The overall story was was paced an exciting. I found myself flying through this book simply because I couldn’t stop reading. If this is only book one then I really can’t wait to see what else is to come.

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Rebel Jewel (The Jewel Chronicles Book 3) by Natalina Reis – Review by Kerry Baker

Rebel Jewel (The Jewel Chronicles, #3)Rebel Jewel by Natalina Reis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Rebel Jewel by Natalina Reis is the third book in the Jewel Chronicle series. You do really need to be read the first two books in this series as it is a continuation of the story. You would miss out on a lot if you did not read them.
With everything the last two books built up to you knew this one would be fantastic. These characters have been through so much and to watch them have to go through even more was heartbreaking. I was desperate for them to find a way through.
This author has such a great writing style. It ebbs and flows perfectly. She even throws in a few surprises for along the way. This has been a brilliant series and one I would definitely recommend you read.

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Miami Days, Havana Nights by Linda Bennett Pennell – Review by Kerry Baker

Miami Days Havana NightsMiami Days Havana Nights by Linda Bennett Pennell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Miami Days, Havana Nights by Linda Bennett Pennell is a brilliantly told tale of history mixed with the present day.
After the first book I didn’t know what the author could do to progress this series. I was intrigued to see what else was to come. What she has produced is simply a work of art.
The way each chapter jumps between the two timelines is so effortless. The issue with this method is that a lot of authors struggle to keep the story straight and not too complicated and yet Linda Bennett Pennell does it with ease. You never feel overwhelmed or confused. Each character’s story is so strong you can clearly tell them apart.
The book has a great depth to it and I found it surprising at just how compelling I found it. This is a very very good book and one I would highly recommend.

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Virtue & Vice (Spicetopia #2) by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Kerry Baker

Virtue & Vice (Spicetopia Book 2)Virtue & Vice by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Virtue and Vice by Phoebe Alexander is the second book in the Spicetopia series. This book can be read as a standalone but Phoebe Alexander is one of those authors I would recommend you read everything of.
I loved the whole premise of this book. Who wouldn’t want an adult dream world to get lost in? This book is the perfect example of a fantasy brought to life through written pages. I found myself getting utterly lost in everything the author wrote. The characters just brought it to life even more.
Phoebe Alexander is one of those authors who seems to be able to turn her hand to everything. I have yet to read a book by her that I haven’t loved, and it definitely doesn’t start with this one. This is an absolute must read for everyone.

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Rogue Wave (The Inland Seas Series Book 2) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Kerry Baker

Rogue Wave (The Inland Seas #2)Rogue Wave by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rogue Wave by Gwyn McNamee is the second book in the Inland Seas series. If you haven’t read anything by this author before then I cannot stress enough that you need to change that. And this series is the perfect way to do it.
Gwyn McNamee can only be described as a pure artist. Everything she writes is perfect. It has the right amount of action and suspense, off set with romance and passion. Her characters are strong and relatable. They draw you into the story so fully that you are engrossed without even trying. That for me is what made this book so amazing. Cutter and Valentina were brilliant. The charisma and the chemistry they had both popped off the pages.
The book had the right pace to it as well. The author knew when to push it forward and knew when to draw back to let the story tell itself. This is yet another 5* read from this author and I cannot wait to see what else will be next.

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The Fisher Men X-ing Lines (Fisher Men Book II) by Rebel Nicks O’Dey – Review by Kerry Baker

The Fisher Men X-ing Lines (Book #2)The Fisher Men X-ing Lines by Rebel Nicks O’Dey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

  1. The Fishermen Xing Lines by Rebel Nicks O’Dey is the second book in the Fisher Men series. This book can be read as a stand-alone.
    Straight off I have to say just how much I loved the uniqueness of this story. For the two main characters to already technically live together but take so long to meet is a brilliant and inventive way of writing a book.
    The characters are also great to read about. They are witty and have a great chemistry between them. I quite often found myself laughing out loud at whatever they were doing. This is so far a great series to with this book being my favourite.View all my reviews