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Never Let Me Go (Bayou Devils MC Book 6) by A.M. Myers – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

Never Let Me Go (Bayou Devils MC #6)Never Let Me Go by A.M. Myers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Never Let Me Go (Bayou Devils MC Book6)
By A.M. Myers
5 Stars

Never Let Me Go by A.M. Myers is the sixth installment of the Bayou Devils MC Series. This story is a suspenseful romance between Juliette Shaw and Sawyer Michelson. Juliette was involved in a horrible accident that took her father’s life and also her memory. She has been in the hospital for last 5 years and doesn’t remember anything before the accident. Once out of the hospital, she decides to leave Miami and go back home to Baton Rouge, but she has no way of getting there. A close friend sets up a ride for and that is where she meets Sawyer. There is an instant attraction between Juliette and Sawyer, although he swore off women for a while. Will Sawyer be able to avoid falling in love with Juliette? As they take their journey from Miami to Baton Rouge, there are obstacles put in their way that will have them in danger. A.M. Myers has written a great storyline that sucks you in from the very beginning. This story can be read as a standalone but I recommend reading the series from the beginning. I truly enjoyed reading this book and look forward to more from A. M. Myers.

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BECKONED, Part 6: Adrift in New Zealand by Aviva Vaughn – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

BECKONED, Part 6: Adrift in New ZealandBECKONED, Part 6: Adrift in New Zealand by Aviva Vaughn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

BECKONED, Part 6: Adrift in New Zealand
By Aviva Vaughn
5 Stars

BECKONED, Part 6: Adrift in New Zealand by Aviva Vaughn is the final installment of the Beckoned series. Soren is in Costa Rica still working the kinks in his relationship with Elena. Just when he thinks things are going well and he is in a happy place, his new business has him traveling to New Zealand. During his time in New Zealand, he comes into contact with two women from his past. Soren’s not so lucky journey for love may take a turn for the better or worst. You have to read this series and book to find out the outcome.

It is sad to see this series come to and end but also happy to see how Soren evolves in his relationships. Soren has been through a lot, including his family cutting him off monetarily, which has made him evolve into the man he has become and a great character to read about. Aviva doesn’t disappoint with her highly descriptive scenarios that make you feel that you are in all the countries that her stories take place in. I highly recommended this series, and should be read from the beginning, in order, to get the backstory on all the characters and great locations that are visited along the way

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Hawke (Men of Syn Book 1) by Anise Storm – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

Hawke (Men of Syn, #1)Hawke by Anise Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hawke (Men of Syn Series Book 1)
By Anise Storm
5 Stars

Hawke by Anise Storm is the first installment of the Men of Syn Series. Charlotte Maxwell is a party planner and owner of Platinum Dreams. While on an appointment for a potential new client for a club opening, she realizes that she know who her client is. Nathanial Hawkins (Hawke) is a dominant and broken individual who has been through hell and back. He is a BDSM club owner and is opening a new club in Denver. He has hired Charlotte’s company to plan the club opening when he comes to terms as to who Charlotte is and what she did on their first encounter in his other club. There is trouble on the horizon for Charlotte, will Hawke set his pride aside and help Charlotte to safety? This story is very steamy and has some scenes that may have triggers for some. I was hooked and intrigued in this book from the very beginning and could not put my Kindle down. The story is told several point of views and keeps you entertained until the end. I highly recommend this book and look forward to reading the next book in the series.

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Flirty Dancing: A Spicy Romantic Comedy About the Afterlife (The Green Room Chronicles Book 3) by JD Frettier – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

Flirty Dancing: A Spicy Romantic Comedy About the Afterlife (The Green Room Chronicles Book 3)Flirty Dancing: A Spicy Romantic Comedy About the Afterlife by JD Frettier
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Flirty Dancing: A Spicy Romantic Comedy About the Afterlife
(The Green Room Chronicles Book 3)
By JD Frettier
5 Stars

Flirty Dancing: A Spicy Romantic Comedy About the Afterlife by JD Frettier is the third installment of The Green Room Chronicles. Kitty has a horrible accident and ends up in the Green Room. Kitty meets other women that are currently in the Green Room and befriends them while she figures out what to do to help her family that she left behind. If you are into a quick, spicy read, then this is the story for you. I recommend reading the first two books in the series so you can understand the storyline.

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Pandora’s Price (Hart & Cole Book 3 by Sacha T.Y. Fortuné – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

Pandora's Price (Hart & Cole Book 3)Pandora’s Price by Sacha T. Y. Fortuné
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Pandora’s Price (Hart & Cole Book 3)
by Sacha T. Y. Fortuné
5 Stars

Pandora’s Price by Sacha T.Y. Fortuné is the the third installment of the Hart & Cole Series.This book is the continuation of Darren and Luisa’s story, which starts off from where book 2 ended. This book is not a standalone and must read books 1 & 2 to get the back story on the characters in the story. This series is not your typical “love story”, there are everyday issues that go on in real marriages and relationships. This story touches on the subject of infidelity and how it affects more than one couple. You can’t get any closer to real life in this story, as Sacha T.Y. Fortuné has written a jaw dropping and raw storyline. I am completely hooked to this series and can’t wait for the next book in the series.

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Coming Home: The Sequel to Flowers in December by Jane Suen – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

COMING HOME (Flowers in December, #2)COMING HOME by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Coming Home (Flowers in December #2)
By Jane Suen
5 Stars

Coming Home by Jane Suen is the second installment of the Flowers of December series. It is the continuation of the Connor Norton’s story. He has come back to his hometown during the Christmas holiday, after grieving the loss of his mother. Tom, Connor’s mom’s cat, has been helping him during the grieving process. While in town, he is reunited with Mary Ann, which he would love to rekindle their relationship. Mary Ann is currently in a relationship with someone else, but could a Christmas miracle bring her and Connor back together? This is a short read with a great storyline that will keep you engaged until he end. Keep the tissues handy for this emotional story about love, healing and forgiveness. I highly recommend this series and look forward to more great books by Jane Suen.

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Pandora’s Poison (Hart & Cole Book 2) by Sacha T.Y. Fortune – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

Pandora's Poison (Hart & Cole Book 2)Pandora’s Poison by Sacha T. Y. Fortuné
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Pandora’s Poison (Hart & Cole Book 2)
By Sacha T.Y. Fortune
5 Stars

Pandora’s Poison by Sacha T.Y. Fortune is the second installment of the Hart & Cole Series. It is a contemporary romance story about Darren and Luisa. Their tumultuous marriage is full of mistrust, jealousy and infidelity. Sacha has written a real-to-life situation that will take you into a journey through this couple’s life and how they cope and interact with the obstacles that are thrown their way. The story is written in an alternating POV which gives you the raw emotion each person is feeling after every scene. This story took me through a roller coaster of feelings and emotions. I also sympathized and related with the characters as a person that dealt with infidelity in her past marriage. There are moments in the story that are so raw that I felt that the story was written about my past marriage. What will happen between Darren and Luisa? I guess I will have to wait until book 3. I highly recommend this book and series, which should be read in order so you can get the back story on the characters. Can’t wait to see what book 3 has in store for Darren and Luisa.

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Finding Juniper (Smoke Series Book 3) by Sadia Ash – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

Finding JuniperFinding Juniper by Sadia Ash
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Finding Juniper
By Sadia Ash
5 Stars

Finding Juniper by Sadia Ash is the sequel of Juniper Smoke. Finding Juniper is not a standalone read as it starts where Juniper Smoke left off. After several weeks of Kyle and Juniper not speaking, Kyle is back in Maryland desperate to get Juniper back in his life. Juniper is not having it and has had enough with his looming history of women. She loves Kyle but not sure if she would be able to gain his trust and be with him. This angst filled book will have you pulling your hair and wanting to choke Kyle for being so stupid. Kyle and Juniper are meant to be together but continues to revert back to his old ways. Will Kyle be able to leave his past and finally win Juniper’s trust and be together as they should? I was waiting a while for this sequel and was happy to see that Sadia Ash finally released it. Sadia’s seamless story writing and her attention to detail in every scene is amazing. You are automatically transported to Juniper and Kyle’s world with Sadia’s colorful writing. I truly recommend this book and series, as it is very well written and one of my favorites for years to come.

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Climbing the Walls (Hart & Cole Book 1) by Sacha T.Y. Fortune – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

Climbing The Walls (Hart & Cole Book 1)Climbing The Walls by Sacha T. Y. Fortuné
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Climbing The Walls (Hart & Cole Book 1)
by Sacha T. Y. Fortuné
5 Stars

Climbing The Walls by Sacha T.Y. Fortune is the first installment of the Hart & Cole Series and it is a contemporary romance book. This is the story of Kris and Nicole, a married couple with children and how they deal with their day to day relationship. They are total polar opposites but you know what they say, opposites attract. Kris is a patient and caring person which would do anything for his family, even if it means doing more than his share. Nicole is beautiful and very is sexy, but an can be a total bitch. She always finds a way to use her sex appeal to get her way. She is realizing with time that her children always gravitate to their father, because she is a workaholic and is never home. She wants to become a better mother but she always allows her work and her writing to get in the way. These two have so much raw chemistry that when they clash, they clash hard, but find the way to makeup and sparks fly. Since the story is written in alternating POV, you always know how Kris & Nicole are feeling at that moment, whether it is anger, jealousy or happiness. There were times in the story that I got so frustrated with both due to their volatile relationship and how they treated each other so cruelly at times, it makes you wonder if they will be able to maintain their marriage with all the obstacles put in their way. I enjoyed reading this book and found myself at times pushing myself to read past my bedtime. I recommend this book and I definitely look forward to reading the rest of the series.

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The Way You Are (The Carolina Connections #5) by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Lisette Gonzalez

The Way You Are (The Carolina Connections, #5)The Way You Are by Sylvie Stewart
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Way You Are (The Carolina Connections #5)
by Sylvie Stewart
4 Stars

The Way You Are by Sylvie Stewart is the fifth installment of The Carolina Connections series. This story is a romantic comedy about Liv and Brett. Liv is not only beautiful, she smart and her boyfriend is a local baseball player. She meets Brett at one of the local baseball games her boyfriend and cousin was playing. Brett is handsome and always placed on the “friend zone,” girls always see him as great friend. As the saying goes, girls can’t be friends with boys, might just backfire on Liv and Brett. Will the opportunity arise for these two to finally hook up? Sylvie Stewart writes a seamless storyline that captures you attention from the beginning, from the chapter titles to the sarcasm. Characters are well developed and easy to hate or love, depending who they are in the story. I have read other books from this series and I enjoyed reading this installment. I recommend reading from the first book to learn more about each of the characters that are represented in each book.

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