Beau & Bett by Kathryn Berla – Review by Kerry Carr

Beau and BettBeau and Bett by Kathryn Berla
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a great love story about 2 people from different backgrounds being thrown together by chance and finding that they are more compatible than they first thought.

Beau is a young guy who lives with his family. His mum is hardworking supporting the family since his fathers accident. Life is tricky and not always easy for them as money is tight but they get by.
One day that changes when Beau’s mum has a accident with a car on the Diaz Ranch. The accident was with the daughter of the Ranch owner Bett.

With no way to pay for the damage, Beau offers to work on the ranch to make the payment.
Beau and Bett encounter each other a lot and things become different between them. By getting to know each other Beau was able to see the Beauty inside the Beast.

I loved this story, its a classic story retold in a different way for modern times but still held all the charm and wonder.

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The Season Finale (Paranormal Talent Agency Book 6) by Heather Silvio – Review by Kerry Carr

The Season Finale (Paranormal Talent Agency, #6)The Season Finale by Heather Silvio
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is episode 6 in the Paranormal Talent Agency series. It follows the story of the news reporter Elizabeth Addison.

In the other books Elizabeth has helped expose the supernatural underworld, defeat a murderous djinn and made friends with a group of people who all have something special about them.

In this story Elizabeth’s life is in danger when she refuses to back off investigating her friend Catherine’s true gifts.
So the team embark on an adventure to save her from a ghost from the future, and along the way Elizabeth meets her “mate”.

This book was really good. I really love all the characters and the relationships they have with each other. I couldnt put it down once i started

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OF WAR AND TATERS by Ashley Chappell – Review by Kerry Carr

Of War and TatersOf War and Taters by Ashley Chappell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This story is amazing. It has different elements from romance, to mystery and murder and shows how adult attitudes can affect children’s behaviour towards each other.

The town of Merit is a quiet peaceful place where children are children and no real crime ever happens.

Until one day that all changes and Sheriff Stanley finds himself with a town suffering from a mad circus, a war about racisim between the children and a murderer on the loose.

I really enjoyed this book once i got into it. At first there was to many characters introduced at once but i kept reading and really enjoyed it

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Unchained Memory (Interstellar Rescue Series Book 1) by Donna S. Frelick – Review by Kerry Carr

Unchained Memory ( Interstellar Rescue Series Book 1)Unchained Memory by Donna S. Frelick
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a great story with twists and turns and romance.

Asia is a loving hardworking mother to her 3 children until a evening out with her friend leaves her losing everything she loves. Add to that devastation the fact that somewhere on the journey home she loses 3 hrs with no recollection of where or what happened in that time.

Asia starts having “dreams” about working in a mine however they seem to be too real to be just a dream. So she starts a journey to find out what actually happened to her. With the help of her psychologist Ethan they both try to figure out what the truth is. Is Asia insane or is there really another world than the one we know.

Its a fantastic fantasy adventure which keeps you hooked from page one.

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Ruin: The El Diablo Chronicles by Autumn Sand – Review by Kerry Carr

Ruin (The El Diablo Chronicles)Ruin by Autumn Sand
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This story follows the lives and relationships between Tallie and El Diablo.

Tallie is a hostess in a club and El Diablo is the biggest mafia boss in New York. When El Diablo asks for Tallie’s assistance he didnt expect to fall for her and he didnt expect for the secrets she revealed to him about her childhood.

What follows is a rollercoaster ride as Tallie comes to terms with her past and El Diablo trys to solve who’s trying to start a war while struggling with his growing feelings for Tallie.

I really enjoyed this book. The story is well written and the characters are so good you feel like you actually know them.

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Siren’s Call: Cursed Seas by Amy McKinley – Review by Kerry Carr

Siren's Call: Cursed SeasSiren’s Call: Cursed Seas by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This story follows a fishermans daughter called Nerissa who grew up with her father after her mother vanished.
In her village every year they sacrifice 1 virgin maiden to the god Poseidon to get his favour in terms of wealth and food from the ocean.

A chance encounter with a handsome man called Zeer leaves Nerissa hopeful that she will be married until Zeer disappears.

Nerissa remains unmarried after her two suitors passed at sea and Zeer has vanished and as the time of the sacrifice draws near her fears are realised when she becomes the virgin maiden they chose.

What unravels is an adventure about revenge, lies and finding out who you really are. Both Nerissa and Zeer are holding secrets but is their love able to overcome them.

Its an amazing story full of ups and downs, lies and truths, and finding out things aren’t always as they seem.

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Dangerously Close To Extinction (Knollville Legends Book 1) by C.A. King – Review by Kerry Carr

Dangerously Close To Extinction (Knollville Legends Book 1)Dangerously Close To Extinction by C.A. King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is a great adventure story with wolves, leopards and many more.

Tawny is a young woman who’s father disappears. A strange set of sliver eyes seem to be following her but she doesnt know what or who it is. As far as she’s concerned she is just an ordinary girl but when she is kidnapped things become even stranger.

Its a great story full of twists and turns and adventure. I couldn’t put it down

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17 Marigold Lane (Prudence Penderhaus Book 1) by R.M. Gilmore – Review by Kerry Carr

17 Marigold Lane (Prudence Penderhaus Book 1)17 Marigold Lane by R.M. Gilmore
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a story about a young girl called Pru who has been diagnosed with a life changing illness that causes her to rethink life and be bold.

This bold move takes her to 17 Marigold Lane, the house everyone calls the spooky house. The rumours around the town is that vampires live there and coffins were in the living room.
However as Pru found out the reality was different from the truth. Instead of coffins Pru found a young man living there called Cassius.

Cassius is a strange boy with strange habits but everything isnt what it seems with Cassius and his family. Pru starts to build a friendship with Cassius and begins to unravel a mystery that has been around for 14 years.

This book is an amazing read with lots of twists, but what i like about it is it takes two topics (Cancer in a young person and Aspergers Syndrome) and portrays them in a respectful and informative way. Showing that just because people may seem different we are all human and deserved to be treated right not bullied or discriminated against

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Proper Impulse (Jaded Lily Book 4) by Zeia Jameson – Review by Kerry Carr

Proper ImpulseProper Impulse by Zeia Jameson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is book 4 in the Jaded Lilly series. This book follows the story of Milo. Milo is Luca’s brother and is a policeman. Milo’s job and opinion of Luca being a tattoo artist has caused trouble between the two brothers.

Milo is a strict rule abiding policeman and his life gets turned upside down when he runs into Juniper and arrests her for taking clothes from a donation bin.

That chance meeting starts the whirlwind relationship where they want to be together but Milos strict views causes trouble for the couple on more than one occassion. Can Milo let his heart control his head or are his solid views in following the rules going to force them apart?

I loved this story. The characters are loveable and you want to see them succeed in what they do.

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The Debt Collector (An Underground Bad Boys Romance Book 1) by India Kells – Review by Kerry Carr

The Debt Collector (An Underground Bad Boys Romance)The Debt Collector by India Kells
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This story is a love story between two people who face a lot of challenges before realising they were meant for each other.

Tessa is a doctor in a&e, her life is hectic and busy. Her life is her work, she never has time for anything else. All that changed when a young girl arrives at the hospital beaten and scared. Tessa helps her escape without realising she had made herself a target.

Then she’s kidnapped and her knight in shining armour is all she’s dreamed about a more. But Locke isnt a man to fall in love. Locke has a past and this past has made him a hard man who only sees women as something of pleasure nothing more.
Can Tessa get under his skin enough to change all that?

I enjoyed this book, the story is captivating and the writing is so good you can actually feel every emotion of the characters.

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