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Tompkin’s School: For The Dearly Departed (A Supernatural Academy Trilogy Book 2) by Tabi Slick – Review by Kerry Chalmers

Tompkin's School For The Dearly Departed (Supernatural Trilogy #2)Tompkin’s School For The Dearly Departed by Tabi Slick
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tompkin’s School: For The Dearly Departed (A Supernatural Academy Trilogy Book 2). By Tabi Slick.

I have been waiting for this book for what feels like ages. (About two months) I absolutely fell in love with this magical, dramatic fantasy trilogy. We pick back up with Izara and Kain’s story, them struggling to come to terms with there new lives at Tompkins Academy and what they have become, we see their confusion and pain throughout this book and all credit to the wonderful author Tabi Slick, Tabi is a wonderful fantasy author, you are pulled into this story as if you’re right there in the thick of it along for the ride. I can’t wait for the next book.

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Hero High: Heartbreak Rebellion (Hero High Collections Book 2) by Mina Chara – Review by Kerry Chalmers

Heartbreak Rebellion (Hero High, #4)Heartbreak Rebellion by Mina Chara
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hero High:: Heartbreak Rebellion (Hero High Collections Book 4-6) by Mina Chara.

This is Books 4-6 in the Hero High series, I would recommend reading the first three books before reading these. I loved the series from the start. Following Fridays journey has been a whirlwind for sure, she’s a easy to like character and you will have a instant like for her. Mina Chara is a great Author, she’s very good at keeping the readers attention, the books are and the shorter side but you feel as if it’s a full length story and are not left with any missing links like I’ve found in some shorter books. I highly recommend this series please give it a go.

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The Saint of Liars (The Lucky Devil series Book 2) by Megan Mackie – Review by Kerry Chalmers

The Saint of Liars (Lucky Devil #2)The Saint of Liars by Megan Mackie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Saint Of Liars (Lucky Devil Book 2) by Megan Mackie.

This is the second book in the Lucky Devil series and it is another great addition. We pick up with a Rune the main character, Rune finds herself drawn into a war between corporations, everyone wants her for her powers of finding lost things. I really enjoyed reading this book, I love Rune her character is so relatable and you feel instantly drawn to her. We see a few characters from book one including Saint Benedict. We also have some new characters to get to know and I think they added a lot to this story. Really looking forward to the next instalment. I would definitely recommend reading.

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Distant Heart Sounds (Nurse Morgan Series Book 1) by Kate MacInnis – Review by Kerry Chalmers

Distant Heart SoundsDistant Heart Sounds by Kate MacInnis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Distant Heart Sounds By Kate MacInnis is a Paranormal Rom-Com. This book had me laughing out loud numerous times. It’s a feel good book and you will not want to put it down once you start, I certainly didn’t. Kate MacInnis is a fantastic author knowing how to get the reader gripped from start to finish is a tough fete, but she does just that. I can’t wait to read more from her and have added her to my favourites list. You will love this book I urge you to give this a try.

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Finders Reapers: A Paranormal Romantic Comedy (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 4) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Kerry Chalmers

Finders Reapers (New Orleans Nocturnes, #4)Finders Reapers by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Finders Reapers. (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 4) By Carrie Pulkinen.

Wow. What a truly fascinating story, I stated on book 4 and will definitely being going and reading the previous 3 books in this series, it was amazing. So funny with lots of twists and turns to keep the brain occupied. Asher is a Reaper who has decided to take a holiday and has left his gate open for all souls to wander through to the underworld as they please, only this isn’t exactly how the story goes, he soon learns that someone has closed the door and there are lost souls roaming around the French Quarter. Jasmine is a Necromancer (and also the reason Asher decided to take a break) and the last thing she wants to do is work with Asher the very hot Reaper. But how else are they going to stop New Orleans becoming the new hell? I really do recommend this book to anyone who loves a good laugh but also likes their paranormal romance too. It is epic.

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Enchanted Passion (The Protectors Series Book 4) by Toya Richardson – Review by Kerry Chalmers

Enchanted Passion The Protectors Series Book 4Enchanted Passion The Protectors Series Book 4 by Toya Richardson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Enchanted Passion. (The Protector Series. Book 4) by Toya Richardson.

Loved it. I was really looking forward to this next book in The protector series and it did not let me down. Watching the growing relationship between Luna and Rhys, is so heartwarming the forbidden “lovers” you see Luna is a part of the Protector community while Rhys is a Elemental, elementals and protectors are not supposed to fall in love. This whole series is a must read, a fantasy romance at its best. You’ll fall in love which each and every character and just keep wanting more. Another great read, well done Toya.

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House of Illusions by Pippa J. Frost – Review by Kerry Chalmers

House of Illusions: A Dark Fantasy RomanceHouse of Illusions: A Dark Fantasy Romance by Pippa J. Frost
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

House of illusions. By Pippa J Frost.

Wow that was one captivating read, I absolutely fell in love with this book. You are pulled into the story from page one, it feels like you’re right there amongst all of the fascinating characters. This is a Dark fantasy romance, my favourite genres mixed together. You will not be disappointed with this book if you’re a fantasy lover at heart. Pippa J Frost is such a talented author, she very cleverly knows how to grab the readers attention and keep it from beginning to end. A great read I would highly recommend.

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Alamir (Blood of Kaos Series Book 1) by Nesa Miller – Review by Kerry Chalmers

AlamirAlamir by Nesa Miller
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Alamir. (Blood of Kaos series book 1) By Nesa Miller.

I love it when you read a book unlike any other you have read before, this one for me was just that. Such a unique story I couldn’t put it down and was saddened when it came to the end. A great start to what I know will be a fantastic series. Nessa Millier sure knows how to drawn the reader in, a fantastic author who’s created such wonderful and complex characters you will love getting to know. I’m really looking forward to the next book in this series.

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Her Blackened Soul (The Blackened Series Book 1) by Isra Sravenheart – Review by Kerry Chalmers

Her Blackened Soul (The Blackened, #1)Her Blackened Soul by Isra Sravenheart
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Her Blackened Soul. (Blackened Series Book1) by. Isra Sravenheart.

I don’t know why, but I have a bit of a soft spot for villains, I find their stories interesting and usually there is a reason for the way they are, maybe they are misunderstood, or something traumatic has happened to them to make them hate the world and everything in it. I really enjoyed reading this book, a Dark Fairytale full of magic. It is set form Lady Isra perspective, the big bad Villain, only we get to see both sides of her. I truly enjoyable read, I would highly recommended.

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Breaking Traditions: The Shifter And The Mage by Madilynn Dale – Review by Kerry Chalmers

Breaking Traditions: The Shifter And The MageBreaking Traditions: The Shifter And The Mage by Madilynn Dale
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Breaking Traditions. The Shifter And The Mage. By Madilynn Dale.

A lovely wholesome story. Breaking Traditions is about two people (A Shifter and a Mage) from different walks of life, who society doesn’t want together, with a little bit of magic thrown into the mix., however they have a different perspective. I think the characters are very relatable and people you feel like you would enjoy being around in real life. Madilynn has done a fantastic job with this book I look forward to reading more of her work.

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