Journeys Through AllCreation (Journeys Through Book 3) by James Talisman – Review by Colleen Noyes

Journeys Through AllCreation (Journeys Through Book 3)Journeys Through AllCreation by James Talisman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Let me start by saying the third book in this series, was hands down my favorite! Not only is there tremendous growth from the author, but you become so incredibly invested in each of the characters. The vivid picture the author brings you will have your mind wandering all over the place wondering if places like this really exist and if so how can I get there asap! The character interaction is at an all time high and I found myself more engaged with them, laughing, rolling my eyes in a good way, and feeling like I finally got to really know them and fully embrace them. There is a lot of action which I felt was portrayed so detailed and realistic. I could see this story playing out in my mind as if I was watching a movie, which made it that much more exciting for me. The author brought back a lot of our favorite characters from previous books and a few surprises along the way. If you liked the first two you will fall in LOVE with this one. It is a true epic fantasy and that’s coming from a gal who doesn’t often pick up fantasy books.

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Squid (Moto X Book 5) by Brooke May – Review by  Robin Rankin

Squid (Moto X Book 5)Squid by Brooke May
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Squid (Moto X Book 5)

Levi is a man child whose favorite past time is woman, drinking and gaming.  He has watched his friends find their special ladies but he isn’t willing to risk his heart.

Kindle is a hero! She is strong, independent and has no problems telling a man (Levi) no.

Levi was a frustrating character but extremely likable in my opinion.   He put love in a box that he was unwilling to touch when it was really what he needed the most.

He had been through some stuff that scarred him, which most people have, he just didn’t handle it like an an adult would or should.

I enjoyed watching Levi grow up and change into the man he should have been.

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Finding Starlight (Quimby Grove Book 1) by Shannon Nikole – Review by Tausha Treadway

Finding Starlight (Quimby Grove #1)Finding Starlight by Shannon Nikole
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Finding Starlight (Quimby Grove Book 1) by Shannon Nikole. This is such a heartwarming contemporary romance. Its the story of starting over and learning to stand on your own two feet. Benji owns Starlight Books and Ellawyn finds it as soon as she hits town. She becomes a frequent customer and ends up becoming friends with Benji. When Benji is diagnosed with cancer she calls her grandson Beckett home to help her. There is an attraction between Ellawyn and Beckett as soon as they meet but Ellawyn has all her walls up due to the past relationship she escaped from. As the three of them deal with Benji’s illness and their own emotions due to it Beckett and Ellawyn become closer. Will Ellawyn let her walls down so that she can be loved properly or will she let her past keep her from happiness. Great debut read!

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Collateral Damage (Mafia Elite Series Book 6) by Amy McKinley – Review by Charlene Gonzalez

Collateral Damage: A Second Chance Mafia Romance (Mafia Elite Book 6)Collateral Damage: A Second Chance Mafia Romance by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Amy Mckinley, wow love how the stories go back in forth with the characters. Love how Trey focuses on his work but he can’t deny love especially when is a girl that took a place in his heart. When he found out that someone kidnapped her it was now time to focus on getting her back.

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Blood Oath (Mafia Elite Series Book 2) by Amy McKinley – Review by Charlene Gonzalez

Blood Oath (Mafia Elite, #2)Blood Oath by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Blood Oath by Amy McKinley is the second book in the Mafia Elite Series. The main characters are Sofia and Enzo. They have always been drawn to each other even when they were kids.
Enzo and Sofia struggled in life with the crazy mafia looking for Sofia and Enzo trying his best to keep her safe.
Amy Mckinley did a fantastic job once again with the series of the mafia elite. It’s crazy how she can picture these two characters chasing each other.

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No Way Out (Mafia Elite, book 1) by Amy McKinley – Review by Ana Evelyn

No Way Out (Mafia Elite, #1)No Way Out by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Since this series can be read as stand alones , I started on book 4. Naturally I continued the order 5, and 6. However I want more! I was hesitant to start the begging book well because these other books kind of spoiled some things for me if you would. However, boy was I wrong! There were MANY surprises for me!! I never felt bored once. I always love that we get both sides to the story so we can be inside both characters minds. We get to see Lil being a strong & fierce woman who overcomes many obstacles. We see Max doing whatever it takes to protect & care for those he loves. (Literally anything) . This book was action packed, suspenseful, feisty, heart warming. I loved going back to the beginning and reading about where it it all started, and about the OG’s of the gang!

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Born in Darkness (Mafia Elite Book 3) by Amy McKinley – Review by Ana Evelyn

Born in Darkness (Mafia Elite, #3)Born in Darkness by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The darkest one yet! Hence the title but can em & steanfo find their way out of the darkness ? Together they can, once they put all the bs aside. I really like how supportive Stefano is. Also how strong Em is, she might be the strongest woman in this whole series! To endure what she does, and still come out fighting is amazing! This book left me speechless at times, we finally get the closure we need about some pesky rodents who shall not be named. Overall I enjoyed the realness to this one. It’s kind of a overcoming trauma, healing, action packed love story.! Can’t wait for more!!

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Blood Oath (Mafia Elite, book 2) by Amy McKinley – Review by Ana Evelyn

Blood Oath (Mafia Elite, #2)Blood Oath by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

From the very first few pages this book had me in my feels! However I did read these books out of order so I kind of spoiled it for myself. However Amy has a way of sucking you into these stories that I completely reacted like it was new information. Or it felt like I was learning about things and characters for the first time all over again. I did LOVE this couples love story the most so far. They had a tough times & a tough fight! In newer books you get snippets of their relationship but nothing compared to this. Sofia is feisty , spunky, and stands up for herself. Even if she’s small I think she could make any of these grown mafia men cryyy! Safe to say she’s a fan favorite!! Overall story was action packed, lots of drama, some anxietyy for me lol, lots of cute sweet moments, and lots of passionate moments! 10000 stars on this one!!

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Genre – Fantasy, Romance
Page Count – 168
Cover Designer – RM GraphX

The King of Hearts

Called on the tarts,

And beat the Queen full sore;

The Queen of Hearts

Nearly fell apart

But vowed she’d be beaten no more. 

The Queen of Hearts,

She played her cards,

While poisoning the wine away;

And fed it to every King of Hearts

Who enjoyed chasing

Their queens like prey. 

Losing the game of Stolen Hearts is how she gets them to play: the cads, the wife-beaters, the white-slavers. Predators turned into easy prey. It’s no accident that she’s known as the Queen of Hearts by most males in town and she won’t rest until they all pay for their crimes.

Welcome to Nursery Crimes, where tales are twisted and happily ever afters are not always guaranteed….

Queen of Hearts is the story of a victim turned avenger of all women suffering under the rule of a cruel and unfair patriarchic society–and the unexpected love that finds her.

The success of her mission and her own safety now rides on her new partner, but while she trusts him in her quest for justice, trusting him with her heart is a whole other story.

Bound by a common goal and their love for each other, they will either put an end to the crimes against women in town or die trying.


Thorfinn and the Witch’s Curse (The Forerunner Saga Book 1) by Jay Veloso Batista – Review By Sam Rainville

Thorfinn and the Witch's Curse (The Forerunner Series #1)Thorfinn and the Witch’s Curse by Jay Veloso Batista
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a great start to a series. Jay Batista really weaves and intricate tale. There are a lot of details and insight to the inner workings of a Viking clan. There are deep characters on great adventure. Thorfinn wins your heart as you find yourself rooting for him while submersed in Viking and Norse culture and mythology. If you are a fan of magical quests, you will be captivated by this tale.

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