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Come Back Tomorrow (Embrace Tomorrow Duet Book 1) by Amy Argent – Review by Kerry Baker

Come Back Tomorrow (Embrace Tomorrow, #1)Come Back Tomorrow by Amy Argent
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Come Back Tomorrow by Amy Argent is the first book in the Embrace Tomorrow Duet. This is such an emotional and heaft wrenching book that really takes you on a journey. It was was easy to become enthralled with Will and Tori. You are drawn into their story and the connection that they forge with such ease. I became so invested in them.
This is the kind of book that leaves you thinking about it long after you have finished reading it. More than once I have found my mind wandering back to these characters, wondering how things are going to play out on book two. This is an amazing story and I cannot wait to read the next one.

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Ashes of Aldyr (The Obscured Throne Trilogy Book 1) by Russell Archey – Review by Kerry Baker

Ashes of AldyrAshes of Aldyr by Russell Archey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ashes of Aldyr by Russell Archey is the First book in the Obscured Throne Trilogy. This is an absolutely captivating book that I juat could not put down. I knew that I was going to be in for a treat when even the blurb of the book got me excited but I was not expected to be so blown away! I was engrossed in this book right right the word go and loved every second of it.
I thought the story was so unique. It isn’t like anything I have read before and that made the whole thing even more excited. I loved this authors writing style too. It just sweeps you up with the story and pulls you along for the ride. It is the first book that I have read by this author and it is a fantastic introduction. This is easily one of the strongest starts to a series I have read for a long time and I cannot wait to get my hands on book two.

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Shadows of Doubt (A Crawford Mystery) by Merissa Racine – Review by Kerry Baker

Shadows of Doubt (A Crawford Mystery)Shadows of Doubt by Merissa Racine
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Shadows of Doubt: A Crawford Mystery by Merissa Racine is a detailed and interesting story. I thought that it has a fresh twist on it given the main characters profession. I thought that it gave the story and authentic feel to it.
I was slowly pulled more and more into this story, wanting to see how things would turn out. I thought Lauren was such a good man character. For me she brought the story to life and added so much to it. She was engaging throughout and just a likeable character.
The book is full of twists and turns, which rg keeps you involved in the book. This is a great story that I thoroughly enjoyed.

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Stranded (Cetacea Chronicles Book 1) by Feather Chelle – Review by Kerry Baker

Stranded: Cetacea Chronicles Volume 1Stranded: Cetacea Chronicles Volume 1 by Feather Chelle
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Stranded by Feather Chelle is volume one in the Cetecea Chronicles. I thought this was a great book and found it really funny to read with my daughter. It was informative and educational while still retaining the excitement that is needed for a children’s book. I loved the fact that the author clearly realised her audience wasn’t just the young readers but also the adults that works read this with them. I honestly think I enjoyed this just as much as my daughter. This is a wonderful story that I would highly recommend.

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Sea Mage (The Nightshade Guild, Book 10) by Louisa Bacio – Review by Kerry Baker

Sea Mage (The Nightshade Guild, Book 10)Sea Mage by Louisa Bacio
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Nightshade Guild: Sea Mage by Louisa Bacio is a well written and interesting story. It easily drew me in and kept my attention for the whole way through.
This is the first book that I have read by this author so I didn’t know to expect. What I found was ql developed and likea me characters set in the midst of a great story. I enjoyed the dynamic between the characters and how that effected the story.
I liked the way the author constructed the story too. She knows how to get your attention and make sure she holds it for the whole book. This was a great story and I will definitely read more by this author in the future.

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Death under Palm Trees (A Jack and Frances mystery Book 4) by Carmen Radtke – Review by Kerry Baker

Death under Palm TreesDeath under Palm Trees by Carmen Radtke
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Death under Palm Trees: A Jack and Frances 1930s mystery by Carmen Radtke is the fourth book on the Jack and Frances mysteries. This is a truly enjoyable series and I am enjoying each book that is part of it. With each new book I feel like you connect with the characters even more. It has been great to watch them develop over the course of the four books and it is always so easy to pick right back up with them.
The story was an interesting one. I was pulled into it and couldn’t wait to see how it would all turn out. This is a great book that is worth a read.

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Tenacious (Billionaire Bodyguards Book 6) by Via Mari – Review by Kerry Baker

Tenacious (Billionaire Bodyguards # 6)Tenacious by Via Mari
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tenacious: Dark Billionaire Mafia Romance by Via Mari is the sixth book in the Billionaire Bodyguards series. This is a fantastic series that just gets better with each book. This has easily become my favourite book in the series, although I’m sure that will only last for as long as it takes to read the next one.
This book really is brilliant from start to finish. I could not put it down once I had started reading, I was far too engrossed in the characters and their story.
This author knows exactly how to create a gripping book. Each one I read is exactly the same and I never hesitate to pick up a book by her. This is a series that i would highly recommend.

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Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals Book 1) by Tricia Copeland – Review by Kerry Baker

Kingdom of Embers (Kingdom Journals #1)Kingdom of Embers by Tricia Copeland
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Kingdom of Embers: Extended Finale by Tricia Copeland is the first book in the Kingdom Journals series. This is a fantastic Paranormal YA book and a great start to a new series. The author has created such an interesting story that felt fresh and different to other vampire stories. As a genre that is oversaturated it was a nice change to pick up one that not only tried to be different but actually succeeded.
I thought the main character was a breath of fresh air. She was relatable and engaging. I really enjoyed delving into her story. I wanted to know more and felt like we took the journey with her.
This is a brilliant start to a new series and I can’t wait to read the second book.

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Fool Me Twice by Gledé Browne Kabongo – Review by Kerry Baker

Fool Me TwiceFool Me Twice by Glede Browne Kabongo
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fool Me Twice: An unputdownable psychological Thriller by Glede Browne Kabongo is a brilliant and gripping story by and author I have come to expect nothing less of. From the moment you start reading you are pulled into such an intriguing story. The author really keeps you on the edge of your seat and desperate to find out what is going on. Every time I thought I had it figure out the author found another way to throw me off. This is the kind of book that once you start it you just cannot put it down.
This is a fantastic book that I cannot take highly enough. You should do yourself a favour our and start reading it today!

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Engaño (The DeWitt Agency Adventures Book 2) by Lance Charnes – Review by Kerry Baker

Engaño (DeWitt Agency Adventures, #2)Engaño by Lance Charnes
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Engano: A Carson Action Thriller by Lance Charnes is the second book in the DeWitt Agency Adventures series. This is a fast paced story that is full of suspense.  I think the author has created and interesting and detailed plot with the sole purpose of engaging every reader.
I did find the book to be very detailed. A few times there was probably more than needed however overall it enriched the story. I became hooked on the story and every twist and turn. This was a great book that just added to the series as a whole.

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