Walker Pride (The Walker Family Series Book 1) by Bernadette Marie – Review by Kerry Carr

Walker Pride (The Walker Family, #1)Walker Pride by Bernadette Marie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the 1st book in the Walker Family Series. It is a lovely story about love and overcoming difficulties. The author does a great job at making the characters likeable and relatable.

Susan has moved to Georgia for a fresh start. She has big plans t open her new restaurant. She had plans and goals. What she doesn’t expect is Eric to come in a mess them all up.

Eric is a bit of a longer. Happy with his own company. After finding out he was going to lose his home because of a bet his uncle lost, Eric doesn’t know where to turn or what to do…

There is an instant connection between Erica and Susan but with them both having problems in their life’s can they over come them together or will secrets from their posts stop them from having a future.

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An Unexpected Bonding (The Unexpected Trilogy Book 1) by Lilly Rayman – Review by Kerry Carr

An Unexpected BondingAn Unexpected Bonding by Lilly Rayman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the first book in The Unexpected Trilogy. I loved this story because it contains my favourite things. Supernatural beings and romance. The author does an amazing job with the characters and setting the scenes. It was a little confusing at first with the story coming from different characters viewpoints and from so many characters but if you keep at it you can figure out who belongs to which group and they it’s easier to understand.

As the name suggests its a romance story about 2 people from different groups. 1 a vampire and 1 a werewolf. Together their relationship could heal the years of pain and misery between the two groups but will they agree with this bonding? Or will the past that exists between the vampires and werewolf be too much to overcome.

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Southland Academy for Supernatural Youth by Sandra Tentler and Brooke Tentler – Review by Kerry Carr

Southland Academy for Supernatural YouthSouthland Academy for Supernatural Youth by Sandra Tentler
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this story. It was a lovely adventure about a group of friends. All of them have supernatural abilities and all of them are misfits. Some struggle with their abilities and some just don’t fit in with their peers. However the group join forces to solve the mystery of a thief in their school and realising that even if they are misfits they all fit together perfect.

The authors do an amazing job of building the world and the characters. The characters are all well written and you are invested in the story and their progression right from the start.

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Betrayal at the Beach (Dangerous Curves Book 1) by K.L. Montgomery – Review by Kerry Carr

Betrayal at the Beach: A Cozy Christian Mystery (Dangerous Curves Book 1)Betrayal at the Beach: A Cozy Christian Mystery by K.L. Montgomery
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the first book in the Dangerous Curves series and it was a really enjoyable read. The author does a good job of building the scene and character. The descriptions of both make this story come alive. It is a cosy mystery which keeps you guessing.

Sunshine Baker works in the library. When their is a robbery that takes most of the donations for the library and a precious heirloom that is significant for the town,  Sunshine along with her friends decide that together they are going to solve the mystery of this disappearance and find out who was being the theft before its too late.

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Tapestry of Worlds, Part Two: Running and Gunning by Hadley Thorne – Review by Kerry Carr

Tapestry of Worlds, Part Two: Running and GunningTapestry of Worlds, Part Two: Running and Gunning by Hadley Thorne
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the second book in the Tapestry of Worlds Series. It is an action packed adventure from the first page. The author does a great job of mixing Sci fi with paranormal and they work well together. This was the first book I have read but even though its the second in the series I was still able to enjoy it.

The characters are well written and the theme of good verses evil and who will triumph is a story that will keep you gripped from beginning to end.

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Our Wicked Lies by Gledé Browne Kabongo – Review by Kerry Carr

Our Wicked LiesOur Wicked Lies by Glede Browne Kabongo
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow where to begin with this book. This is definately a story that grips you from beginning and doesn’t let you go. It is full of twists and turns, ups and downs and secrets being revealed from every angle.

Alicia has the perfect life. A rich handsome husband, a house in a posh neighbourhood and 2 kids whom she adores. From the outside everything looks perfect. But looks can be deceiving.

Something is about to happy that will blow Alicia’s world apart and destroy everything she think she knows.

Who will survive the fallout? Why is it the people we least expect that hurt us the most?

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THE DEVOTED FAN (21ST Century Courtesan Book 5) by Pamela DuMond writing as P. S. DuMond – Review by Kerry Carr

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the fifth and final book in the 21st Century Courtesan series and what an ending.I don’t want to say too much for risk of giving the story away. However I would recommend reading the books in order so you can fully appreciate the story and the characters. This book is full of so many twists and turns and a few heart stopping moments as well.

After Evie ended up injured in the last book this one carries on from there. The mystery  continues. Who is out to get Evie and why?

With her new boyfriend Easton on the case and her deceased husband’s spirit guiding her the answers all begin to reveal themselves in a way I didn’t expect to happen.

Will Evie and Easton finally get their happily ever after or will the devoted fan get their way and take it all for themself.

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Luminoso (The Luminara Series, Book 4) by SJ Molloy – Review by Kerry Carr

Luminoso (Luminara, #4)Luminoso by S.J. Molloy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is book 4 in the Luminara series and wow what a book. It carries on the story of Lexi and Lucca beautifully. Their story is definately a difficult one to read but at the same time it’s awe inspiring how they have overcome so much to be where they are. The author does an amazing job with such delicate subjects. Always approaching them and writing them with respect and a lot of compassion. You really feel every emotion of the characters which gives you a great connection with this series.

Lucca and Lexi have escaped to Tuscany after the horror that happened at their home. With Michael Parks on the loose and tormenting Lexi, Lucca wants her as far away from there as possible. Lucca is a protector and will stop at nothing to protect Lexi.

Meanwhile Lexi and her mum are still struggling with emotions and feelings from their past and with Michael Parks free this only intensify their fears.

Will Michael find them? Will Lucca be able to protect all that he loves? Will Lexi be defeated by all her demons or will she now feel its time to fight back? And if she does fight back what will the consequences be?

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Love by Design (The Meraki Series Book 2) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Kerry Carr

Love by Design (The Meraki series, #2)Love by Design by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the second book in the Meraki series and itnwas just as enjoyable as the first. The story of a work romance and a love hate relationship keeps you hooked with a will they won’t they feel.

Mia has just got her dream job with a luxury magazine and she gets to work under a boss she has always admired and had a crush on Nicholas what could possible go wrong?

Mia is shocked when Nicholas isn’t how she imagined he would be. When he dismisses her work and his attitude towards her causes friction from their first meeting. Mia wonders if she can still work with him.

Nicholas has faced many heartaches in his life which has lead him to build walls and keep people out so when Mia starts to break these walls he gets worried about getting hurt again.

This is a story about a relationship where it is definately love/hate but why does Nicholas treat Mia that way? Could there be more to the feelings they are both experiencing? And when do you cross the line between hating someone to loving them?

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My Lips Are Sealed (Sealed With a Kiss Book 1) by Carmen Richter – Review by Kerry Carr

My Lips Are Sealed (Sealed With a Kiss #1)My Lips Are Sealed by Carmen Richter
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this story. Its full of romance and packed full of secrets and lies. The characters are really well written that you can’t help but feel for and relate to.

Zoe I having a hard time in life. After her boyfriend trys to pressure her to sleep with him they argue and then her boyfriend disappears.

After 5 months he is found dead. What happened to him? Who is responsible? After finding out about his death she also finds out he was cheating on her with her best friend which left Zoe completely heartbroken ans destroyed.
Trying to get her life on track Zoe surprised when she is swept off her feet by Elijah. The connection between them is instant and full of passion. Elijah  makes her feel alive again but there’s a problem. Elijah is Zoe’s teacher.

Torn between what to do and their feelings, they decide being apart isn’t an option so work at their relationship in secret. But can they keep up the game they are playing and keep their secret hidden or will someone blow their cover?

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