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Spring’s Calling: A Seasons of Magic Urban Fantasy Novel by Sarah Biglow – Review by Faith Jackson

Spring's Calling (Seasons of Magic, #1)Spring’s Calling by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Boston Police Detective Ezri Trenton is about to reconcile her past by trying to save the future with a case deep in dark magic and an old prophecy.
Ezri has by choice isolated herself to not only do her job but solve her mom’s murder.
As the only prophet Savior of the magical community, during a time of both light and dark, the order of Samael works to keep the Druidic demons at bay but that leaves the Savior to be put to the test to save the community.
An unknown force is out on a murdering rampage. Ezri attempts to stop this force without revealing her true identity but it also throws into question more about her mother’s murder.
In a race against time, will she put who she is on the chopping block to save the community and the world as a whole?
This book is a multi-layered trip on the mind as you travel between fantasy and the real world (in book form) but it’s entertaining from start to finish. Quite the page-turner as it keeps you tuning in to see which way Ezri goes, great action and suspense, unpredictable and great world building between two worlds of fantasy and the regular world. This book was nothing short of incredible.

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Grace’s Ghosts by Stephenie Wilson Peterson – Review by Faith Jackson

Grace's GhostsGrace’s Ghosts by Stephenie Wilson Peterson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

12 year old Grace can see ghosts, lots of them along with her best friend, a cat named Midnight. After hundreds of years, she’s the only person with this secret ability to view ghosts in Tansy, her hometown. She loves her ability, the ghosts she’s befriended and would prefer their company to those of the cliques at school.
The ghosts soon unveil to Grace a hidden centuries old secret that the town is cursed unless Grace can do something to change it. 300 years ago, a witch cursed every person to set foot in her town, made them ghosts and Grace is down for the cause. Grace soon unveils the truth her family hid for generations and a world a magic that surrounds her.
Will time repeat itself with the curse happening to a new generation or will Grace lose all her ghost friends to break the curse?
I love the beautiful back story of the ghosts, the curse and I fell in love with Grace from the beginning. She’s so sweet and her personality is adorable. Great read!

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Tangled Fates (Tangled Magic Series: Book 2) by Denise D. Young – Review by Piper Foster

Tangled Fates (Tangled Magic #2)Tangled Fates by Denise D. Young
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is is a magical series which Denise graps you into. Aiden is a shifter. This book is good for a young adult and a person who first reading about shape shifters as its an easy Introduction to this genre.

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A High Price to Pay (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 2) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Sunday Barnaby

A High Price to Pay (Madeline Dawkins, #2)A High Price to Pay by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A High Price To Pay by Cynthia Hamilton
Four Stars

A High Price To Pay is the second book in the Madeline Dawkins series by Cynthia Hamilton. This series should be read in order because of the backstory you learn in the first book. This book grabbed my attention from the very first page and I couldn’t put it down until the last. The characters grew and the writing was smooth. Madeline’s catering business turned into a job for her and Mike’s private investigation business. This book is full of twists and turns that will keep you guessing until the end. I can’t wait to read the next book.
Review by @sunbarn

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A High Price to Pay (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 2) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Robin Rankin

A High Price to Pay (Madeline Dawkins, #2)A High Price to Pay by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A High Price to Pay (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 2) by Cynthia Hamilton

This book did not disappoint me. I had some higher expectations of this book since it was the second book and inwas familiar with the author and she delivered and then some.

We pick up with Madeleine and Mike three years after the last book. They are official Private Investigators and ready to go once Madeleine is done with this over the top birthday party.

I’m usually pretty good about figuring out things before it’s revealed but this one had me stumped with a lot of changing of my mind and I loved it.

You can read this without reading the first but I would suggest you start at the beginning for background.

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Not So Far (Love Grows Series Book 3) by Renee Regent – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Not So Far (Love Grows series Book 3)Not So Far by Renee Regent
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Not so Far by Renee Regent was a great read. The book had me hooked from the very beginning. Silas has to return home to get together with his cousin and sell off their grandfathers property / home. While he is there, he decides to meet up with a friend who currently works with a woman he spent a summer with about 20 years ago. She was always the one who got away and she felt the same about him. I absolutely love second chance romance books and this one was great!
Silas doesn’t know if she will even see him. When they meet up, the chemistry is still there. They both have feelings for each other even though there are secrets….soooo many secrets! What will happen when all the secrets have been exposed. Will they be able to see past them and move on once they have the answers? I love the characters in the book! Cannot wait for more from this author.

review by @xchellex

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Eat Me (Mayim Merman Book 1) by Amber Dark – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Eat Me (Mayim Merman series Book 1)Eat Me by Amber Dark
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

  1. 5 Star
    Eat Me (Mayim Merman Book 1) by Amber Dark is a super short story that I devoured in one sitting. Hot ! Hot ! Hot ! Is the best way to describe this book. Summer is a woman who recently got dumped by her ex boyfriend and for months has been doing a lot of crying and ice cream and no sex .She finally decides its time to start living and heads to a club where she meets Mayim. He’s a hot and sexy as hell Merman who loves women and sex. The temperature will definitely rise . She decides one night stand and indulging in her secret desires is what she needs. Mayim does that and so much more. He shows her she’s beautiful and worthy. This book is so much more that hot sex. I can’t recommend it enough. I can’t wait to read more from this Author.View all my reviews

Designing Love (The Calderone Family Romance Series Book 3) by Victoria Grant – Review by Sheri Schrader

Designing Love (The Calderone Family Romance Book 3)Designing Love by Victoria Grant
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Designing Love by Victoria Grant is the third book in The Calderone Family Romance series. This is a fun, romantic read about architect Caroline Winters and Charles Calderone VP of his family business, Calderone Industries. When she is hired to design for the Calderone’s will, the two of them be able to work together. I really enjoyed this light romance of opposites. Caroline is the one who work always comes first while Charles is a creative type. The story is nicely written and I enjoyed the characters. I had not read other books in this series diving in the middle of the series, but the good news is these can be enjoyed as a standalone. I look forward to catching more of the books in the series and more from this author.

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And The River Runs Deep: The Cold Case Murder Mystery of Leah Marcus by A.J. Ullman – Review by Meg Tyrrell

And The River Runs Deep: The Cold Case Murder Mystery of Leah MarcusAnd The River Runs Deep: The Cold Case Murder Mystery of Leah Marcus by A.J. Ullman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The story And The River Runs Deep: The Cold Case Murder Mystery of Leah Marcus by A.J. Ullman is a book that is very powerful, this is the first book I’ve read by A.J. Ullman. The story is very well written and does a wonderful job of laying out what the investigation found and when Damon was tried. Once I started this book, I just couldn’t put it down. It pulled me in and didn’t let me go until the final page. I read this book in one sitting because I got so enthralled in the story that had its twists and turns and kept me wanting to find out the outcome of the story. I highly recommend this book.

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Tangled Fates ( Tangled Magic Series: Book 2) by Denise D. Young – Review by Caralee Loonat

Tangled Fates (Tangled Magic #2)Tangled Fates by Denise D. Young
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Tangled Fates (The Tangled Magic Book 2) by Denise D. Young
4 Stars!!!!

What more can you ask for with a supernatural romance with action and adventure. I was very much hooked to this book from page one. The author has such a refreshing style. The reader is grabbed and dropped right into the thick of it. The characters come to life and one feels as though you are right there in the adventure with them.

Vivienne and Aiden just have such an electric connection. I loved seeing how they each discover themselves as well as each other. There is just the right amount of drama and romance to keep you entertained. I really like how the author leaves it open for the series to continue. Fantasy type romances are my favourite especially with shifters and witches in them. I look forward to reading more from this author and this series.

Reviewed by @caraleeloonat
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