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Rivals (Mafia Elite Book 7) by Amy McKinley – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Rivals (Mafia Elite, #7)Rivals by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This series has been nothing but amazing from the first book and I absolutely squeal when I see a new book is out.
This book was about Nico and Mia from a rival family. When Nico finds Mia on his porch he doesn’t know if he should listen to what she has to say or kill her. Luckily he goes with the right choice. This book definitely keep my fully interested and wow some of those things were not expected. I’m a huge fan of this author and cannot wait for more!

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Thief (Popov Bratva Book 4) by Leslie Georgeson – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Thief (Popov Bratva #4)Thief by Leslie Georgeson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I haven’t read any work by this author but, that is going to change really soon. I really enjoyed reading this book. Dom is the ultimate bad boy who sounds like he just needs to find someone to make him legit. Leah has had a rough past. When Don steals Leah’s car, she jumps in the car and now he has kidnapping under his belt. He decides to let her go but runs into her again and they start to hang out being they have mutual friends.
When Leah’s past comes back to haunt her, the only person to have on her side is none other then Dom! Will he help her or will she fall victim to those out to hurt her. I loved the ending of this book and cannot wait to read more from this talented author

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Scandalously Yours (Titans of Manhattan Book 5) by Anise Storm – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Scandalously Yours (Titans Of Manhattan #5)Scandalously Yours by Anise Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book….wow!!! I know most of these books has some suspense but this book was nothing short of amazing. I have loved every book in this series but, I think this one just might be my favorite.
The Titans are like a whole other breed of men. They know what they want and they know how to get it.

Alessia Johnston just finished her residency and is in the Bahamas for a few days at a medical conference where she runs into Kristopher Simon. If you have read the previous books, you will know of Kris. He’s unhappily married and separated from his crazy wife who thinks she can win him back.
Kris and Alessia meet in the Bahamas and have one steamy passionate night before they leave to return home. Kris is the chief of the hospital Alessia is working at so things can be tricky.
Kris tries to be professional but the electric spark between them is just to much to avoid.
Kris wants to say forget it with the legal separation and just head for divorce but his soon to be ex tried everything to keep that from happening. The lengths that she goes to is unbelievable. This definitely is a great read that you do not want to miss out on. I was able to finish the book in two sittings. This book has it all, romance, suspense, and plenty of heat!

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This Time Around by Jane Suen – Review by Michelle Mulvey

This Time AroundThis Time Around by Jane Suen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This time around was an ok read for. I thought the book was rushed and way to fast paced. Katie left Chase behind and went to start her life. She broke his heart in the process. Katie returns to her hometown for a wedding for a friend who happens to be the cousin of Chase who refuses to have singles at her wedding so pairs people up. Well guess who got paired up together?!?! It just seems odd how after 10 years, yes it may be uncomfortable but the characters act like it’s been maybe a year or 2.
Just thought the book moved way to fast before I had a chance to get into the book or root for the couple, it was done.

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Saved by Love (Bellevue Bullies Book 7) by Toni Aleo – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Saved by Love (Bellevue Bullies #7)Saved by Love by Toni Aleo
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have never read any work by this author but that will change soon. I have to say, this book was a breath of fresh air. This book touches on lots of subjects. Crazy college kids, pro hockey players making tough decisions affecting their career, young love, family, mental health…you name it.
Evan is a pro hockey player with his twin brother. However, Evan doesn’t love it like everyone thinks he does. He has severe anxiety and after consideration he decides to retire and that’s when he spots Callie. He is now working close with the gymnastics team and Callie calls dibs on him before any of her teammates can. Callie knows who Evan is because he’s on the team with her brother in law. Evan is basically just a shell of himself until he meets Callie and begins to get close to her. Callie has been crushing on Evan and ever since their literal run in, Evan want seem to get her off his mind. It’s not as easy as two strangers meeting, Callie’s brother in law has warned all his teammates away from Callie for many years. Does that mean she’s off limits to
Evan or does it not matter since Evan is no longer part of the team?
I really enjoyed reading this hidden gem and was pleasantly surprised with this book. I look forward to more by this author.

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Taylor’s Law by Jennifer Raines – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Taylor's LawTaylor’s Law by Jennifer Raines
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was wonderfully written. Ella Anderson has put her life on hold to care for her dying sister and her niece Tessa! There’s alot of Confusion…Ella’s sister Chrissy, sent a letter to Mr Taylor ( who is also Tessa’s uncle ) explaining how her child should not have to want for anything and should be taken care of. Ella is heartbroken to find out that Chrissy was sending letters out in the end. Ella is prepared to raise Tessa as her own until Tessa’s father comes back into town and tries to custody. Jake Taylor is a lawyer and is prepared to help His aunt and uncle get visitation with their grandchild. Jake also finds he is quite attracted to Ella. Will Jake help his cousin get custody of Tessa or will he be a wildcard and have his own agenda in giving Tessa the best life.

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Levi (The Brothers of Creekside Ranch Book 1) by Edith Mackenzie Review by Michelle Mulvey

LeviLevi by Edith Mackenzie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is about Levi and Bella.
Levi is a retired navy seal who is a triplet and he’s home at his families ranch with his 2 brothers. They are in charge of caring for their little sister. When an old friend contacts Levi looking for help protecting someone it seems like a great solution for both of them to have Bella come stay on the ranch which will keep her safe and while she is there, she will care for Allie.
Bella is lonely and misses her brother so much and wants to contact him but, Levi keeps telling her that’s not possible. Levi is a brute of a man and Bella seems to think he dislikes her but, it’s actually the opposite. They are both attracted to eachother but the number one priority is keeping her safe. Like any great navy seal book, it’s only a matter of time until one of them crosses a line.
Bella notices Levi has a bit of PTSD from his days as a seal and has a perfect remedy for him.
I thought this was a great read and look forward to more by this author

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One in A Billion (Pierce Brothers Book 3) by Belinda Williams – Review by Michelle Mulvey

One In A Billion (Pierce Brothers, #3)One In A Billion by Belinda Williams
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have been a big fan of this author and just had to read One in A Billion. She definitely did not disappoint with this 5 star read. The book had a great plot and such loveable characters.

Victoria aka Tori is on a timeline. She’s looking for her career in journalism to take off by her 30th birthday or she’s going to quit. She’s hoping to get an interview with Seth Pierce. Unfortunately, he’s a VERY private person and turns down anyone looking for an interview so she decided to just show up to his office one day. Candy, the receptionist thought Victoria was there for an interview for a job and of course that was a way to get her foot in the door so she said that she was indeed the person with the appointment.
While Victoria was talking to Seth, the real Kim Brown showed up for her interview.
Seth was still thinking Tori would be great for him in more ways then one so he searched all over for her at all the temp agencies he could think of but there was no Tori Verity.
Once Seth found out who she was, he showed up at her job unannounced as she did to him. He ended up offering her a job working for him but, in a different role.
Everyone who has seen or heard anything about Seth Pierce knows he’s dating Pip. It just so happens they are each others plus one and everyone just assumes they are a couple but they are not. They are just best friends willing to do just about anything for eachother which you will learn when you read the book.
This book was so hard to put down and I can’t wait for the next installment.

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Mermaid and the Water Magnifying Glass (Mermaid Science Series) by Lois Wickstrom – Review by Michelle Mulvey

The Mermaid and the Water Magnifying Glass (Mermaid Science, #3)The Mermaid and the Water Magnifying Glass by Lois Wickstrom
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Trezzie and her friends are back with a whole new science experiment. I have enjoyed reading all the mermaid books so far and so have the toddlers I am
A nanny for. The author has done a great job with these books.

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Caring for Kingsley, Believing in a Better Way When Canine Cancer Comes Crashing Into Your World by Alli Eldridge – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Caring for Kingsley, Believing in a Better Way When Canine Cancer Comes Crashing Into Your WorldCaring for Kingsley, Believing in a Better Way When Canine Cancer Comes Crashing Into Your World by Alli Eldridge
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book definitely hit a soft spot in me. Having gone they something similar with our dog Buddy at 7 and a half, it was hard to read this book for me personally. No one ever wants to hear about the dirty C word when it comes to their sweet 4 legged baby. Reading this gem, I felt Like I was living thru it all over again.
Putting my personal, emotions aside I thought this book was very well written and a must read for any dog owner.

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