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Georgia Pine (Southern Promises book 3) by KG Fletcher – Review by Krystal Gaston

Georgia Pine (Southern Promises #3)Georgia Pine by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Georgia Pine is book three in the Southern Promises series written by KG Fletcher. While it is part of a series it can be read as a stand alone. This was probably my favorite of the three stories and is Tim and Jessica’s story. Both have their own set of problems and issues and this great story is how they handle each issues along with moving forward. It has it’s surprising moments and moments of “no what are you doing?!”. overall the story is great and has a little bit if everything in it. The characters had issues you can relate to and the emotions they experienced are similar to real life scenarios.
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The Jack: The Immortal Series Book Two by MK Harkins – Review by Krystal Gaston

The Jack (The Immortal Series Book Two)The Jack by M.K. Harkins
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Jack is book two in The Immortal Series written by M.K. Harkins. This story is part two following The Readers. In book one you met a lot of the characters and they are also in The Jack’s however this story focuses more on Archer and the Jack’s. There are new characters introduced and you feel the change coming in the story you just aren’t sure which way it will go yet. With Archer back home with the Readers can he prove his Innocence with the help of his friends and an unlikely seer. Or will the Jack’s come out of hiding and finish what they started with the War..and then there is the Reader who has betrayed everyone…if only they could figure it out before it’s too late…
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The Boss written by Abigail Owen – Review by Krystal Gaston

The Boss (Fire's Edge, #1)The Boss by Abigail Owen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Boss written by Abigail Owen is the beginning to a great series. The characters were well written and the story was great it had push and pull to keep you guessing and wanting more. You knew something was coming but you didn’t know how bad it would be or the outcome. With Finn’s past he’s terrified to let anyone close especially women, definitely not a human woman. But then again he’s never met someone like Delany, the human who’s showing signs but doesn’t carry the mark. The dragon enforcers aren’t quite sure what to do with her but Finn knows he doesn’t want to let her go. I liked the ending it gives you closure but also the possibility of more, it could go either way. There is another story out :The Mate that I have not read yet but I want to now.

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Must Remember: Solum Series book one by Colleen S Myers – Review by Krystal Gaston

Must Remember (Solum, #1)Must Remember by Colleen S. Myers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Must Remember: Solum Series book one written by Colleen S. Myers was a pleasantly addicting read. This isn’t my usual genre though I will read a book or two occasionally. I’m glad I picked this one and I look forward to the next book in the Solum Series: Can’t Forget. The main character is quick witted and even when she’s stressed out and freaked out she responds with sarcasm and quick humor…even if they don’t quite understand what she’s saying by using human slang and features she knows and that’s what matters. As the story progresses you watch her grow as a character and get more bold with the other characters. Beta is adapting to her surroundings and situation as much as she can with Finn and Marin there to help along with the guidance of Ute and his books what could go wrong….
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Deadly Alliance : A Fortis/Purgatory Crossover by Maddie Wade and India Kells – Review by Krystal Gaston

Deadly Alliance: A Fortis/Purgatory Crossover NovelDeadly Alliance: A Fortis/Purgatory Crossover Novel by Maddie Wade
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Deadly Alliance is a Fortis/Purgatory Crossover written by Maddie Wade and India Kells. I have not read the Women of Purgatory by India Kells but I definitely want to get to know them now. I have read the Fortis Security stories and loved them, this crossover is no different. Emme is a strong female lead and Shane is just like the other men. The attraction between the two is instant followed closely by annoyance and irritation. Shane doesn’t believe Emme can/should fulfill the mission. Can she prove him wrong?

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Touchdown: A Steamy Football Romance: The Big Apple Series Book 1 by Alexa Summers – Review by Krystal Gaston

Touchdown: A Steamy Football Romance: The Big Apple Series Book 1Touchdown: A Steamy Football Romance: The Big Apple Series Book 1 by Alexa Summers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Touch down written by Alexa Summers was a great read. It was full of funny moments, quick with remarks from Lexi and of course a lot of sexual tension between Lexi and Brett. You wonder which way the story will go on the beginning then you are hooked and you keep anticipating what will happen next but you aren’t prepared. Once you realize what’s finally happened you know who it is and you have to keep reading to see how it plays out. Lexi is a great female lead, she does what she has to do to advance in her career without compromising her morals like others characters in the book. By the end your left wondering if you want another story or if it should be left alone.
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Michael’s Heart by Lori Thomas Harrington – Review by Krystal Gaston

Michael's HeartMichael’s Heart by Lori Thomas Harrington
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Michael’s Heart by Lori Harrington. I wasn’t sure what to make of this story. I enjoyed it and it made me cry but I found it odd and unique all at once. I’m not big on “ghost stories” and Michael’s Heart is a weird yet intriguing spin not as a ghost story itself but maybe knowing someone else is there? It’s hard for me to explain without giving too much away. I did enjoy the story itself the characters were easy to relate to with their stories and experiences. Colbie is a great character and the story focuses mainly on her. Her best friend Ali is involved a lot along with people she meets along the way of her journey like Will and his daughter Sydney. This story is the perfect example of everything happens for a reason.

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Casstiel; Born of Lightning (Dragonkind~52 realms) by Sheri-Lynn Marean – Review by Krystal Gaston

Casstiel; Born of Lightning: Dragon Shifter (Dragonkind ~ 52 Realms)Casstiel; Born of Lightning: Dragon Shifter by Sheri-Lynn Marean
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Casstiel: Born of Lightning (Dragonkind~52 realms) written by Sheri-Lynn Marean. This is Casstiels story and with it comes loss, heartache, lust and forgiveness. I was surprised at the sexual scenes in this story, I didn’t see them coming but they were pretty good. Skye was an interesting character as Casstiels daughter, shes strong willed, stubborn and realized when she messed up that she needed to fix it. Casstiel is angry, lonely and lost until Ashara comes into his life and now he’s fighting so many more emotions and feelings. How do you move on when your soul mate dies, leaving you and your children behind? This story is how you move on. I couldn’t put this book down and ended up reading it in one sitting, it hooked me right away and kept me on an emotional roller coaster ride to the end.

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Kismet (Endgame Series Book 2) by Leigh Ann Lunsford – Review by Krystal Gaston

Kismet (Endgame Series #2)Kismet by Leigh Ann Lunsford
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Kismet is Book two in the Endgame Series written by Leigh Ann Lunsford. This story can be read as a stand alone or following book one. I suggest reading book one first. Leigh Ann Lunsford did a unique thing when writing this story. If you read book one you know some of the stuff mentioned in this book and you have a clue as to what it’s about however this is told from Emberlee and Brodys point of view and there is sooo much stuff that happened that we didn’t know about.
“She renders me incapable with one touch. One look. The hands that were slapping and lashing out at me are the same ones caressing and pulling me closer. Kismet. Beyond my control.”
Emberlee and Brody have history, it started out innocent he was there while her father mentored him, she was in high school, he had to stay away from her she was only 16. When called home for an emergency with his sister he realizes that his sister is only one year younger then Emberlee. That was a rude awakening for Brody and he has to break his promise to Emberlee he is too old for her she is still too young and she hates the military lifestyle. But does she get a say in her life? After three long heart broken years how will Emberlee react when Brody not only comes back around but wants to fix the past and his mistakes when it comes to why he left and the way he did it. Emberlee and Brody have a very love/hate relationship and it is hilarious. They are friends lovers and enemies but will he be there for her when it matters most?

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Pointe of Breaking by Amy Daws and Sarah Pepper – Review by Krystal Gaston

Pointe of BreakingPointe of Breaking by Amy Daws
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Pointe of breaking by amy daws and sarah pepper is a five star read to me.  I haven’t read a book this great in a few month. First there’s Adeline, she’s a great prima ballerina studying at the Joffery Ballet Company in NYC.  Shes there on a Richards scholarship from her home town of Chicago, she works at a coffee house called Cuppa.  She works hard to maintain her scholarship and her loft apartment.  While working one night she meets a handsome senior named Blake Rossi, he threatens to get her fired unless she agrees to a date with him.  They end up in a relationship that ends rather abruptly after Blake proposes to Adeline.  She is heartbroken and devastated, she has yet to understand why they broke up but after a year of being broken up she realizes just how toxic their relationship was.  She never met his friends of family and never did things as a couple besides sex.  Right before Adeline is set to do the performance of a lifetime, one that can make or break you on the ballet world, Blake shows up and tried to make up a Adeline using her weakness and love for him to have sex with her.  Afterwards she realizes shes late for her performance and she feels devastated after what just happened with Blake.  While doing her performance she makes eye contact with Leonardo (Leo).  After maintaining eye contact throughout her entire performance she notices he is sitting with none other than Blake.  Shes heartbroken and feeling used after an amazing performance and decided to go to the seedy hole in the wall across the street there she actually meets Leo.  Can Leo help fix Adelines heart or will he ruin her for good.    Will Leos connection to Blake make her run or will she give him a chance.  Can Blake stay away or will he try to ruin any happiness Adeline could have with Leo.  This is a story of loss, betrayal, love, passion, and heartbreak.  But in the end will Adeline and Leo push through all the obstacles his privileged life puts in front of them or will her lower class status be what breaks them due to the pressure to not date beneath your class.  Can Leo fix all his wrong doings towards Adeline and can they share their secrets about their pasts along with current mistakes. Can leos parents repair their relationship with Adeline after his moms takes her scholarship from her. Does Blake  take advantage of Adeline in a weak moment during a break up with Leo or will Blakes wife ruin everything….

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