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Ruin: The El Diablo Chronicles by Autumn Sand – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

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

Ruin: The El Diablo Chronicles by Autumn Sand – Review
5 ++++ stars

Omg I loved this book. While the flashbacks of the trauma for Tillie were tough, you didn’t need to read that part to understand what happens so its easily skipped if you have triggers.
I didn’t even know I needed these characters story until I started reading this. And I loved seeing past characters in this story.
You have to read this to understand all that is happening, I won’t be giving anything away. Must must read.

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Scarlet Fever (A Johnny Delarosa Thriller Book 1) by David Stever – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Scarlet Fever: A Crime ThrillerScarlet Fever: A Crime Thriller by David Stever
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Scarlet Fever (A Johnny Delarosa Thriller Book 1) by David Stever
5++ stars

I absolutely loved this book. I love a good mystery, a good suspense and this delivered on it all. I had my suspicions on who and why but it did keep me guessing until the end.
These characters were great and the writing made me feel like I was right there with Johnny.
I don’t want to say anything that will give this away but i will say, this story had me hooked from beginning to end, and I can’t wait to read more about Johnny and his jobs.

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Aiko (The Heartstrings Series Book 1) by Brooke May – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

AikoAiko by Brooke May
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Aiko (The Heartstrings Series Book 1) by Brooke May
5 stars

An amazing take on cupid! I really enjoyed this story. Its light, quick but still has the air of a romance about not for the main character.
Aiko is a cupid, but she has a way of causing teoible wherever she goes. They’ve made many amendments to their laws due to Aiko. I felt for her and that made watching what happens all the better.

This was a great read and I cant wait to read more from this series.

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The Fisher Men X My Heart (The Fisher Men Book 1) by Rebel Nicks O’Dey – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

The Fisher Men X My HeartThe Fisher Men X My Heart by Rebel Nicks O’Dey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Fisher Men X My Heart (The Fisher Men Book 1) by Rebel Nicks O’Dey
5 stars

This story had me guessing throughout the whole book. And I applaud the author for the forewarning and also the option to skip parts that may not be suitable for those who have trigger warnings and still be able to read this without missing pieces of the story.

I had laugh out loud moments, teary moments and just plain love within this story.
I cannot wait for more from this new to me author.

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The Matchmaker’s Match (Man’s Best Friend Book 3) by Nicole Flockton – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

The Matchmaker's Match (Man's Best Friend, #3)The Matchmaker’s Match by Nicole Flockton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Matchmaker’s Match (Man’s Best Friend Book 3) by Nicole Flockton
5 stars

Another great story from this series. These may be very quick reads, but what a punch they pack! You get alot of need to know information along with the story and none of the extra fluff, so its a very fast read.
Meredith is best friends with Isabelle, from book 1. You don’t need to read that one to read this one, but you’ll want to,to get her story. Meredith is starting her plans in motion after life hit her hard. She doesn’t expect to see someone from a month ago, or anything that happens after.

I really loved this book, it was different but also sweet and funny. Highly recommend

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

Never Let Me Go (Bayou Devils MC #6)Never Let Me Go by A.M. Myers
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Never Let Me Go (Bayou Devils MC Book 6) by A.M. Myers
4 stars

What a way to kick off this book. This story had an interesting take on a person with amnesia and i really felt for her and how confused she felt about everything.
I will say i love this series, but this one felt just a little different. I felt like some questions went unanswered and some decisions made weren’t realistic (I know its fiction but still) but it didn’t take away from how I fept with the characters.
Great read and I highly suggest the rest the of this series, they’re great.

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The Good Neighbors by Kiersten Modglin – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

The Good NeighborsThe Good Neighbors by Kiersten Modglin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Good Neighbors by Kiersten Modglin
4 stars

I love a good mystery/suspense book, and while I was hooked with this story it did lose my interest on a big subject matter that wasn’t given a hint at in the blurb. I try to avoid those storylines, as just a personal preference ( I will not disclose what that is here as it would spoil the story).
This had me scratching my head at what was happening and I will say i didn’t see the ending coming, like at all so it got me there, i was very shocked.
Was a very quick paced read, and it held my attention from beginning to end. I will read more by this author despite not liking a subject matter in this as it was needed for this story to work, just not my top choice to read about.

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Wayward (Billionaire Bodyguards Book 1) by Via Mari – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Wayward (Billionaire Bodyguards Book 1)Wayward by Via Mari
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wayward (Billionaire Bodyguards Book 1) by Via Mari
5 stars

This is the first book of a new series by Via Mari. I love her writing style, it sucks you right in and doesn’t let up until the end.
We do see characters from her other series but this story follows Jay and Sasha.
Jay is head of security and Sasha a ballerina. Through suspense and drama, we see this amazing story unfold.
A must read!

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A Protector’s Touch by Parker Sinclair – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

A Protector's TouchA Protector’s Touch by Parker Sinclair
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Protector’s Touch by Parker Sinclair
5 stars

This book does have a trigger warning, but it doesn’t go into details but does document injuries.
This takes place in college and April has just left a bad relationship. She’s had her eye on Shan for awhile but wasn’t able to do anything but crush from afar, until one day.
This was a really good story about strength and courage but also young love.
This was a fast but very touching read.

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The Last Dance (The Sorrel Janes Mysteries) by Lonna Enox – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

The Last DanceThe Last Dance by Lonna Enox
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Last Dance (The Sorrel Janes Mysteries) by Lonna Enox
5 stars

Totally different type of story for me. I love a good mystery and this one had me stumped until the end, I had no idea! Usually I can pinpoint the who or the why, but this one had me guessing until the end and that made me love it more.
With a different reason for being in town, Sorrel was just full of sass and headstrong even with all shes been through.

I really enjoyed this and while it has romantic little undertones, it didn’t take away from this story at all. Its a mystery with a little sprinkle of a budding romance. Must read!

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