The Jack (The Immortal Series Book 2) by M.K. Harkins – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

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

The Jack by M. K. Harkins
This second book in the Immortal series follows Archer and Sadie. Sadie is new to the group and is introduced in this novel as one of the last Seers. I was a fan of Archer’s character in the first book and I am excited to see him have a second chance at things in this novel.
This book was an excellent 5 star novel and there was never a dull moment. It is fast paced and action packed. It also has great character development. I loved it. I do recommend reading the first book because a lot of what happens in this book builds off of it.

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Hidden, An Ash Park Novel, by Meghan O’Flynn book 4 -Review by Madison Degraffenreid

Hidden (Ash Park, #4)Hidden by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hidden, An Ash Park Novel by Meghan O’Flynn


This novel is amazing. The authors detail and main character development is wonderful. Every scene was easy to picture even though several were quite gruesome. This novel focuses on Detective Edward Petrosky and the changes his character faces.

Having read other novels associated with this series I can say that it can be read as a standalone book. Each book has a different main character but the other characters are mentioned and involved in each. Enough back story and detail are provided to keep the reader from being confused. I absolutely loved this novel. It kept me at the edge of my seat the whole time.

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Transformations by Cari Schaeffer, The Shifter Series Volume One – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

Transformations (The Shifter Series, #1)Transformations by Cari Schaeffer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Transformations The Shifters Series Volume One by Cari Schaeffer

This novel has amazing characters and really focused on character development. A disagreement leads to a family feud that last for centuries. The two warring families have unique abilities. This novel follows the family with the ability to shift. They can shift I to various things but Kat has the ability to shift in to more than anyone. I loved Kats character. She just wants to live a normal life but has to leave school when she finally shifts. It’s hard on her at first but once she accepts her ability things tend to get easier for both her and her family. This novel was definitely not what I expected but I really enjoyed reading it.

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The Reader by M. K. Harkins The Immortal Series Book One – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

The ReaderThe Reader by M.K. Harkins
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Reader by M. K. Harkins The Immortal Series Book One

5 stars!
Ann has no memory of her past. She is taken in by a group of people who call themselves the Readers. They have lived for centuries and are immortal. They also believe Ann is the Lost One, a very powerful Reader who will change their world when she is bonded with her soulmate. There are four different individuals who could possibly fill that role and they all have to see if they have a connection. With the Jacks attempting to steal her new friends work to keep her safe while also helping to restore her memory.

I loved Ann’s character as well as her friends Archer, Devon, and Lucy. They help her so much with the memory loss and the loss of her family. I also loved the excitement the storyline had and how easily it flowed. I could not put this book down.

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Releasing The Demons by L.D. Rose (The Order of the Senary) – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

Releasing the DemonsReleasing the Demons by L.D. Rose
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Releasing the Demons by L. D. Rose
This 5-star novel was exciting, and action packed. Vampire hybrids vs regular vampires to keep the human population safe. Vampires have taken over many parts of the world and conquered parts of cities. People are afraid to be out after dark and do their best to not be taken. Blaze is unique and has the control of fire as well as his other amazing hybrid abilities. He struggles to control himself even though it has been years since he was held captive and tortured. He fights his inner Demon the vampire part to keep from falling into the black hole of despair and giving into the desire to feed off the humans. When someone begins targeting him and those who are close to him things heat up. He meets Detective Valarie who seems to get caught in the crossfire. She has a grudge against vampires and seeks to find the one responsible for all the murders that seem to lead straight to Blaze.

The author did an amazing job with this novel. The storyline easily flows and is action packed keeping the readers attention. There is also a touch of Romance between the main characters Detective Valarie and Blaze. The main characters are passionate about what they don in this novel and are easy to like. It was easy to imagen the world in which these individuals lived even though it would be a tad bit scary to have vampires take over like they did.

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Repressed: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 3) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

Repressed (Ash Park, #3)Repressed by Meghan O’Flynn
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Repressed: An Ash Park Novel (Volume 3) by Meghan O’Flynn

This book has me on the edge of my seat the entire time I read it. It was very emotional for me as well. I was able to relate to Shannon and her new mom struggles. When they are gone and Morrison was going crazy it had me on the verge of tears. This was an excellent novel despite the emotional roller coaster it took me through. It can be read as a standalone and it is definitely one of those amazing books that stays with you after you finish it. I give it 5 stars.

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Beneath a Blue Moon (Crescent City Wolf Pack Book 2) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

Beneath a Blue Moon (Crescent City Wolf Pack, #2)Beneath a Blue Moon by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Beneath a Blue Moon (Crescent City Wolf Pack Book 2) by Carrie Pulkinen
This is book two in the series and it follows Chase second in command to Luke the alpha. Chase is wary of witches and avoids anything to do with them at all costs due to an event from his past. When he meets Rain a cursed witch he tries his best to avoid her even though the Alpha has put him on cake duty which deals with her directly. He is fine with just being civil until he realizes she is his fate bound. When an energy vampire begins targeting witches his protective instincts arise. Can he protect her while also keeping his family safe from her curse. Will he be forced to pick between his mate and the pack?

I loved this novel and both the main characters Rain and Chase. Rain had a spunky personality, strong will, and was full of compassion. She looks for ways to end her curse and hates that it causes others with witch blood harm for their kindness. Chase is a great guy. He is dedicated to the pack and to his family. He also sounds mouthwatering from the description in the book. I loved following the romance between the two and the storyline was easy to follow. I could not put this novel down. That’s why I rate it 5 stars.

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A Monster Like Me (Heart of Darkness book 2) – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

A Monster Like Me (Heart of Darkness, #2)A Monster Like Me by Pamela Sparkman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Monster Like Me by Pamela Sparkman book (Heart of Darkness Book 2)

Zeph has known nothing but darkness since he was taken as a boy. Upon being revived he is given a second chance at life but still struggles with the darkness with in. He was a monster and still is. How can he change. Can his heart be healed and will he ever be able to find who that boy was again?

I absolutely loved the storyline of this novel. I was worried that I would be lost since I did not read book 1 but the author did a great job of building this story where the reader does not need to read the first. There was so much taking place with Zeph and his emotions as he tried to fight the darkness. This book is definitely a 5 star book.

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Ghost of A Chance (Redclaw Security #2) by McKenna Dean – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

Ghost of a Chance (Redclaw Security, #2)Ghost of a Chance by McKenna Dean
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ghost Of A Chance by McKenna Dean
Sarah inherits her grandmothers farm after her passing but has certain stipulations to follow for six weeks otherwise it all goes to Casey. Casey shocked at this plans to help her figure out the routine and leave her to it knowing she will most likely sale it after six weeks is up. What the two didn’t forsee is getting snowed in together there. As the two come to terms with each other trouble begins on the farm and in Sarah’s life. It seems to bring them together but they also have huge secrets.

I loved this shifter romance and could not stop reading it. I could easily relate to Sarah’s character and her love of horses. She goes through a lot in this novel that changes everything for her. She was a very strong female character. I definitely feel that this book deserves 5 stars.

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