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Road Tripped (Satan’s Devils MC Utah #1) by Manda Mellett – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Road Tripped (Satan's Devils MC Utah #1)Road Tripped by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ok, these stories always suck me in and I abandon my family until I am finished. This one of course was the same way, but I have to say, Road’s story had me hooked but also screaming at him because we ALL know how Drummer is and knew it wouldnt end well.

I loved getting to see the secretive Utah crew and all the different dynamics here, which I promise you’ll want to hang on tight because this was not a ride I expected to be on!
I really am not one to hold much back but this is 100% a story you need to just dive in and read it because it has so many things happening you have to find them on your own.
As a new series for a new chapter of the MC, this can be read as a standalone or your first ever book by this amazing author. But I promise you, you will be binging everything she’s ever written after starting one.
Can’t wait to see where we are taken next here in Utah!

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True Bastard (A Dark Sparrow Novel Book 4) by India Kells – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

True Bastard (A Dark Sparrow Novel #4)True Bastard by India Kells
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’ve been patiently waiting for this story and it didn’t let me down one bit! If you haven’t read them already, start with book 1, as it helps understand what is going on and why, even though this could be read as a standalone.

Liam and Catriona were great to read about. They had me hooked and waiting to see what was coming next with everything. This author weaves such a good story, it’s hard to put her books down once you start, so tell the family to make their own dinner as you won’t have the time to do so!
And now I wait for book 5!!

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House Valdis Origins: Xenobia by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

House Valdis Origins: Xenobia (House Valdis, #0)House Valdis Origins: Xenobia by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Dont let the page count fool you. This story packs so much into it that I felt I read a great story in a short amount of time. Not many can pull that off but this author sure did.
Whether you have read anything else by this author or not, this is perfect to get into this world and learn more about Xenobia. This takes place before Rise of the House of Valdis so no matter which order you read them, this is a must read. I cant wait to read more !

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The Autumn Leaf by Brittany Tarkington – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

The Autumn LeafThe Autumn Leaf by Brittany Tarkington
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this story. Autumn and Liam were great characters and I felt like I really got to “know” them. I couldn’t put this book down, it was so well written and engaging. I really felt like I knew these characters and felt everything they were going through and experiencing.
Adding this author to my list to watch out for new books.

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Forest Park: A Logan McKenna Mystery Book 2 (The Logan McKenna Series) by Valerie Davisson – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Forest Park: Logan Book 2 (The Logan McKenna Series)Forest Park: Logan Book 2 by Valerie Davisson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In this second book following Logan, she is in the area when an explosion happens and of course wants to help.
I was hooked to the pages waiting for what was coming next and this didn’t disappoint. I’m not a huge fan of multi pov’s especially when they aren’t told who it is so that took some getting over for me but it didn’t take away from the story that much. I love the details, I feel everything come alive in my head. Not giving things away as I feel stories are best told where they belong, in the story.
I can’t wait to read the third book.

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Composed (An Ash Park Novel Book 8) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Composed: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 8)Composed: An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Call me a broken record but this series gets better with every book. Just when you think Petrosky has been through enough, here comes another killer to laugh in his face. These stories keep me hooked to the pages to know what happens next. This authors writing style is what keeps you coming back for more. Absolutely enjoyed this story

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Falling for the Texan (Prentice Brothers of Sweet Ridge Book 2) by Nicole Flockton – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Falling for the Texan (Prentice Brothers of Sweet Ridge, #2)Falling for the Texan by Nicole Flockton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ok, im in love with this series even more now.
If you haven’t read book 1, go do that first unless you don’t care to read out of order.
In this story, we get to see Tyler, who we met in book 1 with his soon to launch wine business. He’s to be getting an advertising deal but instead Gia shows up.
I really really liked these two. They just clicked and I could feel their emotions come off the page.
I cannot wait to read more, these are great, easy reads but pack alot of heart and emotions.

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Better Than Goodbye (Venture Book 1) by Kinney Scott – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Better Than Goodbye (Venture Book 1)Better Than Goodbye by Kinney Scott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was my first read by This author and I enjoyed it.
There’s a phrase I hear often of “right person, wrong time” and I felt that with these two. Life wasn’t ready for these two yet, they had more to learn apart first.
Amanda and Kent were relatable and that kept the story grounded and believable for me. You really feel everything that’s happening and I love that in a story .

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The Trouble With Paradise (A Madeline Dawkins Mystery Book 4) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

The Trouble with Paradise (Madeline Dawkins #4)The Trouble with Paradise by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

STOP! If you have not read books 1-3, do that first before opening this one, its needed to know all that’s going on here in this book.

We get to see some more growth for our characters in this book. Investigating not one but two cases involving dead husbands, we dive right in and are taken for quite the spin. And if that’s not enough, let’s throw in an ex with his own cry for help.
The story moved well, and we get to see all the details and are able to paint the picture in our minds of what is going on.
Good read, great series!

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Trey: European Redemption (Russian Mob Chronicles Book 7) by Shandi Boyes – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Trey: European Redemption (Russian Mob Chronicles Book 7)Trey: European Redemption by Shandi Boyes
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fair warning, this book is dark, has triggers but oh my goodness is it so good! It can be read as a standalone but if you want a bit on some characters, read Nikolai’s books.
Trey & K, whew where do you even start with them? K is the leading woman you wish for in books like these, she is so strong, resilient and just a tough leading lady.
I’m not giving much away here as its best to read it, but if you are offended by curse words, mafia business etc, this isn’t for you but if it is, then grab this book, heck grab all the books by this author you won’t be disappointed.

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