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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye -Review by Kerry Carr

Happily Ever AfterHappily Ever After by Piper Rayne
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a great collection of romance stories with something for everyone.

One of my favourites is Don’t Worry I Still Hate You by Marie Skye.

It’s a great enemies to lovers story and the author does a great job of building the characters giving them both pasts which shape the way they are in the present.

Perrie  and Ash have a past dating back to high school. It’s always been rocky but they ended up on bad terms. A chance meeting in Vegas makes the sparks fly again. Perrie  thinks where’s the harm in 1 night. After all what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas right? How wrong she was.

When she takes on a new roommate called Ashley she is shocked to realise its actually her Ash. Now begins a rollercoaster of emotions and sexual  attraction. Can they ignore it and live together? Can they work through their pasts to build a future? Or will the hate each other forever?

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The Graceful Ghost by Eleanor Dixon – Review by Kerry Carr

The Graceful GhostThe Graceful Ghost by Eleanor Dixon
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this story. Its a lovely book for anyone but especially young adults. The story is fast paced from the beginning and keeps you wanting more. The characters are well written and the author does q good job of setting the scene.

Grace  is a ghost. Her former home has now been turned into a ballet school for girls. She is stuck roaming the school but longs to break the spell so she can go to other places. All she has to do is help on person fulfill their dream.

Lauren is a promising dancer who has a scholarship to the school. She has amazing talent but things in her past are holding her back.

Can Grace help Lauren overcome her past to succeed and get her dream? Or will Lauren be unable to let go and allow Grace to help her?

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Ride with the Moonlight (Thunder on the Moor Book 2) by Andrea Matthews – Review by Kerry Carr

Ride with he Moonlight (Thunder On The Moor, #2)Ride with he Moonlight by Andrea Matthews
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the second book in the Thunder on The Moor series. Because of that I would recommend reading the first one so you can follow the story. I love these books as they are full of adventure as well as romance. They are set in a past era and the author does any amazing job of brining that time to life.

Will and Maggie are finally together but how long will their happiness last. They are on the run to try and protect Will from Maggie’s family but their happiness won’t last long.
When Will is named as an outlaw and sentenced to hang Maggie is forced to return to her family.

When she is returned her uncle continues to make plans for her to marry Ian the man who murdered her father. Maggie fights him but is she strong enough to overcome this.

With Will waiting to be hanged his family are coming up with a plan to rescue him. Will it be in time to save him? Will Will and Maggie be reunited or are the destined to be separated forever? Will the truth about the lies Ian told Maggie’s family come into the open or will they continue to be convinced by his charm and silver tongue?

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Stone of Destiny (Juniper Samoni Trilogy Book 1) by Nadine Travers – Review by Kerry Carr

Stone of DestinyStone of Destiny by Nadine Travers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Stone of Destiny is an amazing action packed adventure that keeps you gripped from beginning to end. Juniper is an amazing character and I like the fact she is a strong female role. If you love paranormal and action packed stories this is definately one for you.

Juniper is a warrior witch who is sent on missions when ancient magical relics need rescuing. This time it is the Stone of Destiny that’s calling her. However this will be no easy mission as her rivals who work for “The Lady” is also looking to get the relic.

What follows is an adventure that leads to love and loss. Can Juniper get the relic and stop it falling into the wrong hands. Or will she be outsmarted by the opposite side?

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Jordan’s Justice: A New Adult Sport Romance (Tessa and Jordan Book 2) by T. Christensen – Review by Kerry Carr

Jordan's Justice: A New Adult Sport Romance (Tessa and Jordan Book 2)Jordan’s Justice: A New Adult Sport Romance by T. Christensen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the 2nd book in the Tessa and Jordan series and is just as enjoyable as the first. I would highly recommend reading the first book as this is the continuing of the character stories. This books is filled with so much emotion that the author takes you on a rollercoaster from start to finish and your not sure where you are going to end up.

Jordan and Tessa’s relationship ended in a bad way. With Tessa pregnant and getting am abortion so Jordan was told by his mother.
However that isn’t the case.

3 years later Jordan and Tessa meet again and he is filled with anger at Tessa for aborting their baby. So imagine his shock and his intensified angry when he finds out the baby lives and he knew nothing about it.
With Jordan being angry and hurt he holds all the cards to make or break Tessa’s life if she doesn’t do as he says.

Can Jordan ever forgive Tessa? Will he always believe his mums story? Will Jordan and Tessa be able to rebuild what they once had? Or has too many lies and too much hurt past for that to even be an option?

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The Longest Run: a Ski Patrol Rescue Romance (Lawson Family #4) by Tracey Cramer-Kelly – Review by Kerry Carr

The Longest RunThe Longest Run by Tracey Cramer-Kelly
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a beautiful love story about taking risk, learning to forgive and find love again.

Carly  is works on the mountains as a medical person assisting people who have accidents or are injured while skiing. She loves her job and since her heart was broken she hasn’t let anyone get close to her. That is until Chris comes into her life.

Chris Markum  was a professional skier until an accident left him paralysed. Now he’s back in training to join the paralymics team. When he meets Carly the attraction is real and quick but he has several issues. Will his disability stop him finding love? Will he be able to satisfy her like a normal man.

They both have to leave to adapt their lives and open themselves up and risk being hurt in order to let their love grow. Will fear tear them apart? Or are they strong enough to fight all the obstacles and be together?

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Matching Miriam by Mya O’Malley – Review by Kerry Carr

Matching MiriamMatching Miriam by Mya O’Malley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this story. I have read several books by this author but this is by fair my favourite. It contains elements I love in a book, romance, murder mystery and paranormal. I especially loved how the author leads you to think the murderer is one person to then switch it around and keep you guessing.

Miriam is a police officer. She is a strong confident women in her job but in her relationships she is closed off. All due to having the love of her life break her heart years ago. She closed herself off and couldn’t trust again.

Jesse is the love of her Miriam’s life and he returns to their home town looking for closer. What he doesn’t expect is for their connection to be as strong as it was all those years ago.

Miriam has a lot going on in her life though. With a murderer on the loose and having her as a target she can’t be distracted by these emotions and feelings.

Will they realise they are meant to be? Will Miriam be able to solve the case before she becomes a victim? And who along the way will make an appearance to help guide them?

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Havall 16 by A. J. Ullman – Review by Kerry Carr

Havall 16Havall 16 by A. J. Ullman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this Sci fi, time travelling tale.
The author does an amazing job with with characters and also creating the world of the present and the future. It also covers the theme of rich (Haveall) and poor (Havenots) and how their lives are different.

Tommy Canada is a successful man who is part owner of a company called NORML. Along with his partner Win they are working on nanobots  that means that your body will be able to heal itself. They are on the edge of making it real until Tommy gets a visit from Havall 16.

Havall 16 is from the future she has come back to seek out Tommy for his help. She needs him to close down his business and stop making these technological advances. Even though his future is good with him being wealthy and famous his creations also mean loads of people end up loving in poverty.

Will Tommy heed Havall 16 warning? Will he chose his own wealth and life over everyone elses? And will his partner Win be understand of Tommy’s reasons to destroy everything they have worked for or will he be against Tommy?

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Echoes: Lucifer and the Dark Goddess by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Kerry Carr

Echoes--(Lucifer and the dark goddess book 1)Echoes– by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book. It was gripping from the first page and I couldn’t put it down. The author does an amazing job at building the characters and the world they live in. You can feel every emotion of the character and you get dragged into their life and struggles.

Feirin is an amazing character. When she finds herself in a city knowing nothing but her name she starts a journey to rediscover who she is. With only her necklace to help she searches for someone to help her. As she uncovers more of her powers she needs help working out what they are and how she is different to everyone else. With the help of her friends she makes they are surrounded by tough decisions and choices.

Will her search cause her more troubles than she originally has? Will she be able to keep herself safe if she leaves the city she finds herself in?

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Unbroken Vow by Bree M. Lewandowski – Review by Kerry Carr

Unbroken VowUnbroken Vow by Bree M. Lewandowski
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow what can I say. This story had me gripped from the first page and didn’t let me go. There is a lot of emotions running through this book, love, anger, grief, pain. The author does an amazing job of bring the characters and their journey to life.

Glaive  is part of the kings guard. An elite group of warriors who lay down their life for their king. Women were for pleasure and romance and marriage forbidden.

When Glaive’s best friend dies in battle he confides in Glaive  about his marriage and begs him to vow to protect his wife.

Glaive gives his word and so starts his journey that will lead him from being loyal to his king, to finding love in a place he never expected it.

Can Glaive protect Ada? Will their relationship always be full of hate? Will Glaive pay for his desicions with his life?

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