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Bedlam (A Twisted Hearts Love Story Book 1) by Autumn Sand – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Bedlam (A Twisted Hearts Love Story, #1)Bedlam by Autumn Sand
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bedlam A Twisted Hearts Love Story is not the first book I’ve read by Autumn Sand and definitely will not be the last. This author drags you into the story and makes you feel what the characters feel. The characters were amazing and some of them were lovable. Some not so much. This was a dark read and not for the faint of heart but the author expressed that in the blurb.
This book sucks you in from the very first chapter. I was so happy to read some of it and so sad for some of it. I was surprised to see how everything came together and what the plans were. Anaya seemed like a very strong character but, was surprised to see some of the things she put up with in her relationship. I’m looking forward to reading more books by this author.

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Don’t Let Me ( Simplicit Duet Book 1 ) by Marie Skye – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Don't Let Me (The Simplicit Duet #1)Don’t Let Me by Marie Skye
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Don’t let me by Marie Skye is not the first book I have read by her so I am familiar with her writing but, all I can say is wow!!! I need more ASAP. This book had me a bit confused in the beginning but it all falls into place. The story of Damien, Jaxon and Olivia will suck you in from page one. Everyone’s favorite Mr Mandrake even makes an appearance.

This is a book about two best friends Jaxon and Damien who always have shared what they had. If Jaxon had something Damien wanted, he took it and vice versa. Now with Olivia, something has changed. Damien allows Jaxon to have Olivia for 2 days but that it all and it is never to be spoken about again. Is 2 days enough for Jaxon ? Is 2 days enough for Olivia ? Jaxon disappears and when he comes back into town, he finds out Olivia and Damien are married. Jaxon has his own plans for Olivia. Everything seemed to be going well until Olivia took a trip to visit someone she should’ve never went to see. If you want a taste of a M/F/M read with some great characters, a great story and a lot of heat, this one is for you.

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Flirty Dancing: A Spicy Romantic Comedy About the Afterlife by J.D. Frettier – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Flirty DancingFlirty Dancing by J.D. Frettier
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Flirty Dancing: A Spicy Romantic Comedy About the Afterlife (The Green Room Chronicles Book 3) By JD Frettier was a quick read for me. I happened to like this book the best out of the series so far.
Kitty is probably one of the younger women in the green room but she is a happy, friendly person who people like immediately. She was taken away from her children and family in a freak accident. I love how the author has such an imagination and can bring those words to us. There are some character that reappear in this book that were in previous books in the serious.

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Captivated By The Millionaire by Nina Singh – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Captivated By The Millionaire (Mills & Boon True Love)Captivated By The Millionaire by Nina Singh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Captivated by the millionaire by Nina Singh was a great read. There was the emotional feelings, happiness and a bit of romance. Jordan is a billionaire who has just moved from NYC for a better life for his sister. When he comes into his new house to find Jess painting on a wall, he is down right rise to her. However Jess and Jordan are immediately attracted to each other even though they try fighting the attraction. Jordan’s little sister seems very happy with Jess and they just keep running into each other. Jess gives them a tour of the area and they are the picture perfect family…all 3 of them!
Will Jess and Jordan overcome the issues they have that is holding them back and finally go for it and have a shot at a relationship?
I thought the author did a great job with this book and look forward to reading more by her.

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Turning The Tide ( Eastern Shore Swingers #5 ) by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Turning the Tide (Eastern Shore Swingers Book 5)Turning the Tide by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Turning The Tide is Book 5 in the Eastern Shore Swingers Series by Phoebe Alexander and this author has hit the jackpot with this series. Each book gets better and better. Once I saw this book, I knew I needed to read it ASAP!
Turning the Tide was a little different from the others in the series. Some of it reminded me of Paisley and Calvin’s book with all the crazy action. This book has so much going on and I just kept reading and reading. There was never a dull page.
Luke Cannon is a ENT doctor who happens to be married and pretty good friends with Cap. Luke’s marriage isn’t anything to write home about. His wife is verbally and emotionally abusive. I’m not sure why Luke had stayed with his wife after the last 10 years of torture she has put him through. He manages to stay faithful even though he was
miserable. He finally gives in the Cap’s invitation to go to The Factory. He meets Connie the first night and cannot seem to get her out of his mind. There’s a lot of back and forth between Connie and Luke once she finds out he is married but he tries to let her understand his situation. This book has so much going on, it’s impossible to not LOVE IT!!! Your going to have to read the book to find out just how much action there is. Another amazing read! Well done Phoebe!! Cannot wait for more.

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Hazed ( The Hazed Series Book 1 ) by Brittany Butler – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Hazed (The Hazed Series Book 1)Hazed by Brittany Butler
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hazed by Brittany Butler is the first book, I’ve read by this author. I wasnt really a fan of the book however the writing was good. Hayze is the sexy bartender where Taylor starts to work. There is an instant attraction between the two. Only problem is Hayze has the bad boy vibe going. Hayze is with a different girl every night and girls throw themselves at him on the regular.
Taylor doesn’t have much experience in anything. She grew up the daughter of a pastor and never had the chance to do anything the other kids in town did. She left home for some freedom. She is starting college and doesn’t really know anyone aside from her roommate Lea. Lea and Hayze happen to be pretty close but, Taylor doesn’t realize just how close they really are.
Of course Taylor and Hayze end up seeing each other. I understand she is a sheltered girl but come on, how does she not see things right in front of her. I liked most of the characters and think the author did a good job but, I just didn’t like how blind Taylor was made out to be.

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The Billionaire and the Therapist (Clean Billionaire Romance Reads Book 1) by Kim Koby – Review by Michelle Mulvey

The Billionaire and the Therapist (Clean Billionaire Romance Reads, #1)The Billionaire and the Therapist by Kim Koby
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Billionaire and the Therapist by Kim Koby is Book 1 of the Clean Billionaire Romance Reads. I thought this book was great from the beginning. Natalie is a therapist who has a past. She is hiding out in Texas hoping her past won’t find her. She gets a call about a possible job working with the Callahan family. Catherine Callahan is a 7 year old girl who had witnessed the unthinkable. To lose a parent at that age is just heartbreaking but to witness it firsthand is even worse.

John convinces Natalie to sign a one year contract and he will pay any amount of money just to hear his daughter talk again. Obviously John and Natalie are attracted to each other but try to remain as professional as possible. When John starts seeing small positive changes in Catherine, he cannot hide his feelings much more.

When Natalie gets a letter from someone in her past she gets a little worried wondering how he has found her. John vows to protect her and his family.

The characters were good, the writing was good and the story itself was good. It was a little short but worth spending the night at home with a glass of wine.

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The Inheritance: The Story of an Unlikely Submissive By India Kells – Review by Michelle Mulvey

The InheritanceThe Inheritance by India Kells
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Inheritance by India Kells was the first book I’ve read by this author and I loved it.
Lani Mackay is a struggling artist who is living dollar to dollar and is currently two months behind on her rent. She gets a phone call from her uncles attorney stating that her uncle has passed away and he needs her to come in to his office to discuss some things. Lani was never close with her uncle. He leaves a box for Lani that is filled with tasks she must complete. Whe. The tasks are completed, she will be given ten million dollars. Lani thinks about just saying no way and walking out but that’s a lot of money. The only catch is she cannot open the box. She must bring the box to Mr. Max Langdon who will open the box and once all the tasks are completed he will sign off on it.

Max doesn’t want to help Lani at first but then agrees to it. The rest is history. Will Max be able to play the role and walk away? Will Max get his heart broken? Will Lani get her heart broken? Will Lani even be able to complete all the tasks?
This was a super quick read but it was so good. I was hooked from page one.

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Coming Home: The Sequel to Flowers in December by Jane Suen – Review by Michelle Mulvey

COMING HOME (Flowers in December, #2)COMING HOME by Jane Suen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Coming Home is Book 2 in the series. Some characters in this book were in the previous book. Connor was living in the city with his moms cat, working and not paying much attention to the cat. Now he’s back home at his mothers house and is trying to relive happy memories. Will he be able to get the cat to be important to him? Is Tom sick or just as heartbroken as Connor? Christmas was always a great holiday he spent with his mom. He spends the holiday making new memories especially for another family who has not seen each other or heard from each other in many years. I thought the book was ok. The writing was good but, I wasn’t really into the story

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What She Lost and Found by M.L. Garcia – Review by Michelle Mulvey

What She Lost And FoundWhat She Lost And Found by M.L. Garcia
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What She Lost And Found by M. L. Garcia was my first read by this author. I enjoyed reading this book and it captured my attention from the very beginning. Everyone has a past. Everyone has a choice to either move on and be stronger because of it or live in fear. Daniela Franco has been through a lot a few years ago. Not only did she lose her best friend tragically but she was also assaulted.
Daniela finally becomes great friends with Nathan. He’s the only male she trusts aside from her dad. She slowly comes out of her she and eventually meets Alex. There was a lot of back and forth with Daniela. Which man should she date ? Which man will she date.
This book keeps the reader totally entertained throughout the whole book.

 

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