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A Tennis Pro To Die For (Cozy Mysteries To Die For Book 3) by Judy Moore – Review by Kerry Baker

A Tennis Pro To Die For (Cozy Mysteries to Die For, #3)A Tennis Pro To Die For by Judy Moore
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Tennis Pro To Die For by Judy Moore is the third book in the Cozy Mysteries To Die For series. This has got to be my favourite book of the series so far. It was intriguing and such an exciting story that for me was completely made by the characters. I fell in love with them as soon as I started reading. They were so easy to engage with and completely caught my interest. The story was well written and thought out perfectly. It keeps you guessing the whole way through and is full of suspense.
I have thoroughly enjoyed this series from the moment I started reading it and I would certainly recommend it to any fan of this genre.

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Vengeance (The Sundown Series Book 5) by Courtney Konstantin – Review by Kerry Baker

VengeanceVengeance by Courtney Konstantin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Vengeance by Courtney Konstantin is the firth book in the Sundown series. This book can be read as a stand-alone or as part of the series. This is a YA dystopian novel that is well written and action packed. I knew when I started this book that it was going to be exciting and fast paced but I didn’t expect it to be such an emotional story. I was completely connected with the main character and it felt like I was taking the journey with her. Although this is the first book I have read in this series it never felt like I was missing out on what had happened although after reading this one I will be going back to read the others.
This is a well written and detailed book that I thoroughly enjoyed. I am looking forward to discovering more by this author.

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Third Time’s a Ghost (Haunted Ever After Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Kerry Baker

Third Time's a Ghost: A Ghostly Paranormal Romance (Haunted Ever After, #3)Third Time’s a Ghost: A Ghostly Paranormal Romance by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Third Time’s a Ghost: A Ghostly Paranormal Romance by Carrie Pulkinen is the third book in the Haunted Ever After series. This is a highly entertaining, fantastically written series the just keeps getting better and better.
I loved the two main characters in this book. I felt like they had such a strong connection right from the word go. This could be because they started as friends or it could just be that they had that instant connection. You could really feel the chemistry between them.
The story was brilliant as always. It is always so exciting to read one of this authors books because it is not only fun and amusing but it has a depth to it that I don’t think you normally get from books like this. I was drawn into this story and could not put the book down until I had finished it. Another amazing book by this incredible author.

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The Traveler: Chimera Rising (The Traveler Series, Book of Eleanor Book 3) by Shannon Nemechek – Review by Kerry Baker

The Traveler: Chimera Rising (The Book of Eleanor 3)The Traveler: Chimera Rising by Shannon Nemechek
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Traveler: Chimera Rising by Shannon Nemechek is the third book in the Book of Eleanor series. For me this is definitely a series that needs to be read in order so you can fully understand what is happening. This book picks up right from where the previous book ends meaning we are straight back into the story. It is a pretty fast paced book with plenty going on so it will be sure to keep you interested. Having read the previous books it really feels like you know the characters by this point. It feels like you are on the journey with them. The author has put in such detail that you can imagine it all so easily.
This book has got to be my favourite out of the series so far and is a great addition. I am looking forward to seeing what else might be next.

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Goddess of Everything by Paul DeBlassie III – Review by Kerry Baker

Goddess of EverythingGoddess of Everything by Paul DeBlassie III
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Goddess of Everything by Paul De Blassie III is an original and intriguing story. It is a well written and detailed book that I found really requires your undivided attention. It is a complex story that really creates a vivid image.
This is a fantasy story of love, family and loyalty and the truth and evil that encompasses this. There is a lot going on in this book so when to read this book you really have to read it – you can’t skim through parts of rush it as you will be sure to miss some detail.
This isn’t the first book that I have read by this author and I have to say I do enjoy his writing style. The level of detail brought to his books is one you don’t often see so, although it takes longer to read, it is refreshing. This was a really good, strong book that, if you are a fan of this genre, should read.

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A Hole (Alpha Bet Guys Book 1) by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Kerry Baker

A Hole (Alpha Bet Guys Book 1)A Hole by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Hole Phoebe Alexander is a highly entertaining novella by one of just favourite authors. This book is pure gold from start to finish in terms of comedy but also has a strong storyline and interesting characters. For me this was one of those books that I just had to read in one sitting. Once I started reading I just couldn’t stop. Phoebe Alexander again has written an instant hit. I loved the characters in this book. The connection was clearly there but with others getting involved it meant that the road to happiness wasn’t quite straight forward. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I would urge everyone to read it immediately – as well as anything written by this incredible author!!

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Slash & Burn (Nite Fire Book 4) by C. L. Schneider – Review by Kerry Baker

Slash & Burn (Nite Fire, #4)Slash & Burn by C.L. Schneider
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Nite Fire: Slash & Burn by C.L. Schneider is the fourth book in the Nite Fire series. I would strongly recommend reading this series in order so that you get a full understanding of what is going on.
It has been a little while since I read the other books but I found it was so easy to tell back into the story. As soon as I started reading I was straight there with the characters. This book was just as well written and engaging as the rest in the series. This is an exciting story and probably my favourite of the series so far. This author really knows how to capture your attention with a strong story line and such interesting characters. This is a brilliant series and one I would recommend.

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Beckoned (Born of Darkness Book 1) by R. B. Fields – Review by Kerry Baker

Beckoned (Born of Darkness, Book 1)Beckoned by R.B. Fields
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Beckoned: Born Of Darkness (Book 1) by R.B. Fields is a paranormal erotic story with string characters that will really capture your attention. I found myself utterly hooked by them and their story – vampires, a hunter and a whole lot of sexy. The book was well developed from start to finish. The author knew just how to push the story forward and when to pull back just a little. This is a new author for me and if all of their books are like this then I am excited to read more.

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THE MYSTERY OF THE LOST AVENGER (ANNIE TILLERY MYSTERIES) by LINDA MARIA FRANK – Review by Kerry Baker

The Mystery of the Lost AvengerThe Mystery of the Lost Avenger by Linda Maria Frank
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Mystery of the Lost Avenger by Linda Maria Frank is a captivating story about a young woman in the midst of WWII and an intriguing plot to solve. This book has everything you could possibly want. It is well developed with a story that you can’t help but try and solve. I was pulled in to it immediately and had to keep reading until I knew what happened. There was a great mix of historical fiction and intrigue that I thought was really well combined.
This is still a relatively new author to me but I am enjoying the writing style in her books. They all seem to have interesting characters and strong storylines to go with them. After reading this book I will certainly be checking out more of her work.

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Coyote Summer by Laura Koerber – Review by Kerry Baker

Coyote SummerCoyote Summer by Laura Koerber
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Coyote Summer by Laura Koerber is a coming of age story that explores a whole range of topics. It is all centred around Ben, a privileged student who is trying to navigate some difficult situations. I thought it was interesting that I really didn’t connect with this character – or particularly like him – and yet he was exactly the right character for the story. His perspective made the story feel more real.
There were parts of the book that felt a bit disjointed. For me the supernatural element didn’t really feel necessary or particularly relevant. However the overall story was interesting and definitely held my attention. I liked how it explored the darker side of growing up how to deal with difficult and dark situations. This book is definitely one worth reading.

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