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Things are Shaking (Invisible Magic Wand Series) by Lois Wickstrom – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Things are ShakingThings are Shaking by Lois Wickstrom
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

My seven-year-old loves Caspian’s stories! In this adventure, Caspian’s cousin Belinda wants a magic wand too. But what happens when things start to shake? Can Caspian and Belinda save the day with their magic wands? This story is cute and engaging. The pictures bring the story to life and keep little readers engaged. We will be reading this, and other Caspian stories more!

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The Taste of Light (The Winemakers Book 2) by Giovanna Siniscalchi – Review by Nakyshia Leger

The Taste of Light (The Winemakers, #2)The Taste of Light by Giovanna Siniscalchi
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Redemption is the name of the game and Pedro came to play! In book one I despised Pedro. When starting book two, I did not think I would have any other feelings for him. Then Anne enters the picture, and the force between them is unmatched! Lo and behold, Pedro has a tender side! The book is jam-packed with action, suspense, laughter, tears, and romance that will take your breath away! What a beautiful continuation of the Winemaker’s series and a way to turn our hearts and make us see a character in a different light! This series keeps winning me over. Book three here I come!

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Much Ado About Dying (Guardians of the PHAE Book 2) by Rowan Dillon – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Much Ado About Dying: An Irish Urban Fantasy Novel (Guardians of the PHAE #2)Much Ado About Dying: An Irish Urban Fantasy Novel by Rowan Dillon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the second book of the Guardians of the PHAE series and it picks up where the first leaves off. This story follows many characters as they navigate their post-bombing world. With the jump from character to character, place to place, the story didn’t grab me at first. As I navigated through the book, I eventually found myself invested and couldn’t wait to see how it ended. I appreciated the guide at the front of the book that helped with pronunciations and meanings of the language used. Overall, this adventure of the Unhidden is adventurous, captivating, and suspenseful with a little romance splashed in. I hope to read book three and see what happens next.

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If I Had a Magic Wand by Melissa Lavi – Review by Nakyshia Leger

If I had a Magic WandIf I had a Magic Wand by Melissa Lavi
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

My heart melted and I shed tears when reading this book. I am so glad I read it alone before sharing it with my little ones because my momma heart exploded. This author took the hopes and dreams that parents share for their children and put them all into one beautiful display of love. The illustrations bring the story to life, as the magic wand is passed from parent to parent, making wishes for each child. It is a symbol of unity, reminding us that we are one world, and we all want nothing but the best for those we love so dearly.

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Amaleigha Loves a Good Story by Janice Pratt – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Amaleigha Loves a Good StoryAmaleigha Loves a Good Story by Janice Pratt
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Amaleigha is a small girl with HUGE ambitions to change the world! When she realizes that her local library faced a big problem she worked with the community to make changes happen! I love that Amaleigha has high ambitions to make the world a better place. It goes to show that hard work and determination can make things happen! Amaleigha is an inspiration to today’s youth! Her adventures strike up conversations with my son about how we can help our community. The vibrant illustrations bring the story to life and keep it engaging. I can not wait to read more of Amaleigha’s adventures!

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Amaleigha and the Big Idea by Janice Pratt – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Amaleigha and the Big IdeaAmaleigha and the Big Idea by Janice Pratt
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Amaleigha is a five-year-old with the world in her hands! She loves the outdoors and wants to share that love with everyone she knows. When she sparks an idea to do just that, her family pitches in to make her dream a reality. Before she knows it, one small girl has made a huge difference in her community!

I can’t say enough how cute this book is. My seven-year-old loved reading it and following along with Amaleigha’s adventure. I had the opportunity to spark conversation and get his mind thinking about what he would do in Amaleigha’s situation. The illustrations are bright and attractive, really helping to bring the story to life. This is a fun and engaging story that I think could be enjoyed by many ages.

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And Then She Fell by Dreena Collins – Review by Nakyshia Leger

And Then She FellAnd Then She Fell by Dreena Collins
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Catherine is processing the death of her daughter. She wants nothing more than to find the truth behind the accident that rocked her world. But with conflicting stories, she has no idea what is truth and what is lies.

Raw. Emotional. Mind-bending. I could not keep up! As soon as I thought I knew what happened, I was quickly left spinning and guessing again. Catherine will do anything to learn the truth as every grieving mother would. She is strong and fierce but questions herself with every turn until the very end. Every scenario left me guessing. I was truly blown away!

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A Crossbow Christmas by Ann Swann – Review by Nakyshia Leger

A Crossbow ChristmasA Crossbow Christmas by Ann Swann
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I LOVE a good wholesome Christmas story and this one did not disappoint! The pandemic was a tough time for Carina. She faced many challenges and is working on learning to overcome and live her new normal. When a friend offers his cabin to her for a Christmas family getaway, she dreams of what that may be like. When her grown kids sound like they won’t make it for the holiday, Carina finds herself wondering if she could make the trip alone and what that may look like.

I was glad to see a post-pandemic world reflected in a story. Humanity as a whole experienced a big shift in everyday life. We experienced, love and loss and we are still recovering. This was a wonderful story of self-discovery, self-growth, and reflection as Carina’s story progressed. No matter what you experienced during the pandemic, you can relate. I found myself fully enveloped by the winter wonderland and it was magical. Carina is surrounded by a melting pot of supporting characters that perfectly shape her world. This was a beautiful journey that I was pleased to take alongside Carina.

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Rainbow’s Red Book of Poetry by Lily Lawson – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Rainbow's Red Book of PoetryRainbow’s Red Book of Poetry by Lily Lawson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I enjoyed connecting with the poems in this book. Each one was inspirational, encouraging me to open my mind and dig deeper into my own self-awareness. The pieces in this collaboration spell out survivor and tell the tale of someone who has overcome many obstacles. As a survivor myself, each piece resonated with me and reminded me of the growth I have made. I revisited this book several times and got a little more from it with each read. What an inspirational journey these works will take you on! Well worth the read.

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Stumble & Fall (A Legacy of Silence Book 2) by Amy Rivers – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Stumble & Fall (A Legacy of Silence, #2)Stumble & Fall by Amy Rivers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is by far the most captivating psychological thriller that I have read in a long time! I did not read the first book in this series, but I will be reading it now! Though Stumble and Fall does have connections to its predecessor, it can be read as a stand alone, which I appreciate. There is enough information to not feel lost so readers can jump right in and enjoy! Every page left me chewing fingernails anxiously awaiting what was coming next.

The story follows Kate, a counselor, and her sister Tilly, a nurse. Both girls have a traumatic and complicated background of their own. They have been through a lot and want to move forward with their lives while helping others in their own ways. The characters and their stories are deep and emotional. They each have their own unique background and story, but their lives intertwine beautifully. Kate reeled me in from page one, and I found myself invested in her success and happiness. I can not wait to get to know Kate and Tilly more.

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Just One More Egg (Science Folktales Book 6) by Lois Wickstrom – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Just One More Egg: A Science Folktale (Science Folktales)Just One More Egg: A Science Folktale by Lois Wickstrom
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When a cuckoo lays an egg in a warbler’s nest, Mama Warbler isn’t sure what to do! Her friend suggests she get rid of the egg, but she is determined to take care of it! Mama Warbler takes care of the baby cuckoo, treating it like she would her own. One day, when Mama Warbler is in danger, the baby cuckoo repays her kindness.

This story was beautifully written with scientific details, while still being fun and relatable. Kids are able to learn a valuable lesson on how to treat others with kindness and accept everyone, even if they are different. My kids loved the colorful illustrations in this story! The pictures brought the story to life and connected everything together! I can not wait to read more by this author.

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River Witch by Cheryl Burman – Review by Nakyshia Leger

River WitchRiver Witch by Cheryl Burman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A beautifully written tale of magic and lore. We all hear tales from our perspective areas while growing up. Every place has at least one mystic tale. I love that this author took that and brought it to life. My great grandma was known as a “healer” when I was growing up, so some aspects of this story really hit home for me.

Hester is an ambitious girl, full of life and wanting more than just working on a farm. She is told stories by her father of a grandmother accused of being a witch because she would heal others with herbs. Hester hears the voice of the river, Sabrina, speak to her and finds herself wondering of the possibility of bringing that magic back and helping those that need it. She meets Aaron, who also speaks to the river and knows how to heal with herbs. Aaron has a dark past and is reluctant to help Hester, but does so at the insistence of Sabrina. Together they go on a beautiful journey of self discovery and growth.

This story flowed from the first page to the last. From darkness and heartbreak, to light and laughter, I felt it all as I was engulfed in the story. When I had to put the book down, I would find myself thinking about the characters, wondering what the pages would bring me next. This is definitely a beautiful read.

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Euphoric Wonderland by Ryan M. Becker – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Euphoric Wonderland: An Eclectic Collection of Psychedelic Poetry to Stimulate the Senses and Open the MindEuphoric Wonderland: An Eclectic Collection of Psychedelic Poetry to Stimulate the Senses and Open the Mind by Ryan M. Becker
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

These are the poems of my dreams! I wish I were a poet that could take readers on a journey like this! The illustrations bring the poems to life as you wind further into the rabbit hole as the pages turn. The author’s mind is eclectic and deep as he shares his trippy experiences with readers. Every page is filled with raw emotion that hits deep in the mind and soul. I will read it again and again just to continue unearthing the message behind each piece. This is definitely an amazing read from start to finish.

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Dinosaur Friends: 2 books in 1: A Present for the Volcano and Saving Conifer’s Eggs by Lois Wickstrom – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Dinosaur Friends: 2 books in 1: A Present for the Volcano and Saving Conifer's EggsDinosaur Friends: 2 books in 1: A Present for the Volcano and Saving Conifer’s Eggs by Lois Wickstrom
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

My son and I LOVE to read these books together! The stories are adorable. In these stories Conifer and her friend Spike work together to solve problems and learn the meaning of friendship! A Present for the Volcano finds Conifer and Spike trying to figure out how to make the volcano happy so it won’t erupt. Saving Conifer’s Eggs finds them working together to save themselves from a fire. The stories encourage communication and teamwork, which are good skills for children to learn. The illustrations are vibrant and inviting, really bringing the stories to life! I am so glad we discovered these stories! They will be in our regular reading rotation from now on!

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The Girl Who Escaped by Mark Nolan – Review by Nakyshia Leger

The Girl Who EscapedThe Girl Who Escaped by Mark Nolan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Could. Not. Put. This. Down. The first page drew me in quickly and did not let me go until the last. Angie went through something horrific that left her traumatized and trapped in her mind. Only she can crack the case, but she has to break through her trauma first. FBI Agent Brenda is determined to do everything she can to help Angie and solve this case. She enlists the help of Jake and his dog, Cody, who she thinks may be just what they need.

This story was suspenseful from start to finish! It is painted so rivetingly that I felt I was there, experiencing everything with the characters. My emotions went on a ride between hold your breath and hold the tissues! I love that you get to experience the story in the eyes of different characters, where you really get to connect with each one as the story progresses. Read this book, you will NOT be disappointed!

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Fairly Royal (The Fair Series Book 4) by Grace Grahme – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Fairly Royal (Fair, #4)Fairly Royal by Grace Grahme
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Anna feels out of place in society. The only thing keeping her sane is her best friend, and her crush on her brother’s best friend Philip. As an Earl, Philip feels a lot of pressure to hold a certain standard. Having given up on relationships, the stress from his family and the press to be in a serious relationship weighs heavy on him. When a tabloid paints a picture of Philip and Anna together, it gives him the perfect scheme to help them both.

Pretend relationship dramas get me every time! Anna is strong willed, a little wild, and a lot of fun. I loved getting to know her in this story. The dance around the undeniable chemistry with Anna and Philip was fun to read. Their personalities matched one another so well. Each was just what the other needed, but didn’t know it. And the steamy moments.. They certainly did not disappoint! If you want a good story that will draw you in and make you feel every emotion from happy to lustful, this is the book for you!

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Bake Happy (Bake Believe Series Book 3) by Cori Cooper – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Bake HappyBake Happy by Cori Cooper
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Cat and Robyn are at it again! When a surprise brings Cat and her enemy Nate together, their worlds are turned upside down. There is no choice but for them to work together and try to fix the situation. Can they find a way to stand one another long enough to fix the biggest problem Cat has faced?

This was such a fun and feel good read! I am SO sad that this is the last of Cat’s story. I have fallen in love from day one, in Bake Believe. Cat is fun loving and adventurous. Like the other books in this trilogy, I love the point of view the author has created. Readers are inside of Cat’s mind while she is going on rambling tangents with her as she figures out her world. Cat’s brain works a lot like mine and I love that. Of course she could do nothing without her cousin and best friend Robyn, who compliments her perfectly while still being her partner in crime. One of my favorite parts is of course the recipes! Each chapter has a delicious recipe at the end that compliments the story. My daughters and I actually baked our way through this book and the recipes are DELICIOUS. It was such a fun way for us to connect as we read this story together.

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The Secret Cure: A Gripping Psychological Thriller with a Twist by JD Spero – Review by Nakyshia Leger

The Secret CureThe Secret Cure by J.D. Spero
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I did not see that coming!

Rosalie has a mysterious illness that has paralyzed her. Though she is conscious and understands everything around her, she has no way to interact with her husband or anyone else in her life. Vincent is Rosalie’s husband. He is handsome, charming, and everything a woman could ask for. Until Rosalie suspects there is another woman in his life. As Rosalie realizes her paralysis is starting to fade, she enlists Cate, her home health nurse to help her not only get back on her feet, but get to the bottom of what her husband has been up to.

Talk about complex characters! There is so much depth to not only Rosalie, but Vincent and Cate as well. Each character is beautifully built with enough detail to make me feel like I know them. The author gives their stories the perfect intertwining to bring them all together. Through twists and turns, the surprises never stop. My jaw dropped with every new piece of the story. This was the first book I have read by this author, but certainly will not be the last!

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Enchanted in Time by Nikki Lynn Barrett – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Enchanted in TimeEnchanted in Time by Nikki Lynn Barrett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This author has yet to disappoint me with her stories! Enchanted is the right word for the journey you go on as you read page after page. Roxanne is healing from something tragic in her life when she becomes a caretaker for a famous author, Claudette Grayson. Claudette doesn’t like the idea of someone telling her what to do, so they find some common ground. When they bond over books and stories, it is just the distraction Roxanne needs. When mysterious things start happening around the house, including one of the book characters appearing to Roxanne, she finds herself questioning everything.

This book was quite an adventure! I loved the depth and emotion of the characters. I really connected to Roxanne and her life. This author has a way of intertwining enchantment, supernatural and real life. There is no feeling like getting completely engrossed in a beautiful story. Lastly, I just want to add that WOW, that twist threw me for a loop!! It is not often that I can not predict the ending to a book, but this one I definitely did not see coming.

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Mermaid and the Water Magnifying Glass (Mermaid Science Series) by Lois Wickstrom – Review by Nakyshia Leger

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

My kids LOVE the adventures of Maia, Trezzie and Fig! Trezzie is Maia’s imaginary mermaid friend who loves to show things to Maia. Even though Trezzie can’t see Trezzie, she follows Maia in her adventures. The bright colorful illustrations catch the reader’s eye, and go so well with the story that it is easy to follow along, even for young ones that can not read yet! I love that this story engages readers in a scientific journey. It gets the mind thinking and gets my little scientists wanting to try experiments of their own!

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The Happily Ever After Bookstore by Bernadette Marie – Review by Nakyshia Leger

The Happily Ever After BookstoreThe Happily Ever After Bookstore by Bernadette Marie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

My favorite thing about this book is that you get not one, not two, but three feel good love stories in one amazing book! If ever you need a pick me up, this book will do it.

Leona is a bookstore owner who loves to give her customers a happily-ever-after. When Sadie and Charlie are both seeking a book, Leona sees potential and makes a way to bring them together.

Author Fiona ends up at Leona’s bookstore where she happens to reconnect with her ex-husband. Leona may just help them see that growth and time could give them the ability to overcome differences.

Leona is good at giving everyone but herself their happiness. When Jon enters her life, she fights an inner battle to maybe find a happily ever after of her own.

The characters in this story are fun, deep and exciting. The way all of their stories intertwine is creative and beautiful. I walked away from this book feeling happy and uplifted. I will definitely be reading more from this author!

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PREMEDITATED: A Trust Betrayed, Lives Sabotaged, A Love Undaunted (Agents of Justice Book 2) by Susanna Haymond – Review by Nakyshia Leger

PremeditatedPremeditated by Susanna Haymond
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

What an action packed story! With the turn of each page I was left guessing and never saw the end coming! The action came in strong and didn’t stop until the very end. DEA agents Grant and Josh are out to solve a drug problem and bring down a drug lord. Addiction to a powerful drug is spreading fast and they need to act faster to stop it. Each character is uniquely built to fit into the story and the storyline gets better with each page. It is lifelike and the characters are relatable which brings you right in, feeling every emotion. Definitely a great read!

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Coyote’s Road Trip by Laura Koerber – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Coyote's Road TripCoyote’s Road Trip by Laura Koerber
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I did not expect to be enthralled by this book but as I was reading, it was like nothing else around me mattered. This paranormal story is about Coyote, a shape shifter that is trying to find his way to where he belongs. In a heat of the moment decision, he leaves behind everything to take a trip and do some “soul searching”.

Coyote is a complex character. He keeps you guessing as to what he will do next. There is plenty of background story for him and his people, which opens the door to understanding his personality. Throughout his journey, Coyote learns a lot about himself and realizes there is more to him than he ever imagined. This short story of a post dystopian world is so detailed that you get something from every single page, giving it the quality of a longer story in a smaller package. I am looking forward to reading more from this author!

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The True Purpose of Vines (The Winemakers Book 1) by Giovanna Siniscalchi – Review by Nakyshia Leger

The True Purpose of VinesThe True Purpose of Vines by Giovanna Siniscalchi
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Julia is a Portuguese wine maker trying to keep her family business afloat. When she crosses paths with Englishman Griffin, the cultural differences between the two cause them to butt heads, despite the unwanted physical attraction between them. When they realize they need to work together for the benefit of the wine, neither knows what to expect. This is a brilliant and vibrant story of enemies becoming friends, overcoming cultural differences, and feminine power. I enjoyed Julia’s character, strong willed and independent with a lot of responsibility, but learning to be vulnerable when needed. I relate so much to her character. I look forward to reading more from this series in the future.

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Bake Off (Bake Believe Series Book 2) by Cori Cooper – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Bake OffBake Off by Cori Cooper
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved taking the next step in Cat’s story with her! Cat talks her parents into a trip to see relatives so she can try to discover why her baking works the way it does. With the help of her cousin Robyn, Cat goes on a difficult journey of lesson learning and discovery. With help from their GG, they go on the hunt for all their answers. Little did they know, they may just help their family as much as their family helps them.

This story was so fun to read with my daughter. We enjoyed it just as much as we did the first book. There is so much detail in the story that you can picture it as you read. My daughter is ten, almost eleven and she could not get enough of this. It is relatable to younger and older readers alike. Cat’s curiosity and outgoing personality create a very engaging and fun character. We can’t wait to see where Cat’s journey takes her next!

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Everwood County Plantation by Stacy-Deanne – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Everwood County PlantationEverwood County Plantation by Stacy-Deanne
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Zenni feels like she has lost nearly every piece that connects her to her past. When she finds out the plantation where her ancestors were slaves was set to be destroyed, she did not hesitate to go and try to save it. When Zenni met Colton, she realized he was more than determined to destroy the plantation and stopping him would be next to impossible. Little did she know there was more to him than met the eye.

Colton felt sparks when he met Zenni. Though he put on a strong front, he wanted nothing more than to get to know her. Could he get to know her and follow through with the plans to destroy a part of his past? This was a beautiful story of personal growth and coming together.

This was such a fast read. I loved the storyline and the characters that tie it together. I really wanted more! I would have loved to have more pages in this story so I could just get more of the characters and their world. I was a little sad when it moved so fast and ended so quick. I will definitely be reading more by this author.

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Until There Was You by G. Colgrove – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Until there was youUntil there was you by G. Colgrove
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the perfect story of opposites attract! Regan just graduated highschool and all she wants to focus on is getting out of town and on to a better life. She thought nothing could get in the way of that until he walked in. Jeremy is working hard to take over his father’s company. He thinks of nothing but business until he meets Regan. When their worlds collide, neither knows how to handle their feelings.

Can you say hot and steamy?! The sparks between Regan and Jeremy, and the connection they build is undeniable. I enjoyed every steamy scene between them and could not wait for the next one. There is just enough detail to make it passionate without it being raunchy. Their passion and lust grow each time and it leaves you wanting more.

There are so many raw emotions in this story. I connected with Regan on such a personal level. She and I are from similar backgrounds, so I loved to see her character develop and discover who she is. Regan’s character is so real. Never have I felt so related to a character. I loved cheering her on page after page. This book is on the top of my list!

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The Last Cabin Girl (Detective Josie Thompson Series) by Tom Swyers – Review by Nakyshia Leger

The Last Cabin Girl: A totally gripping thriller full of twistsThe Last Cabin Girl: A totally gripping thriller full of twists by Tom Swyers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What a thrilling read! I love a good mystery and this is just what I needed. Josie is a waitress and mom who is living in her family’s cabin. She thinks she is safe until bodies start appearing and she is charged with a murder. Josie doesn’t know who to trust, if she can even trust anyone at all. It seems like everyone is keeping something from her. This book took me on a wild ride from start to finish. I love that you are hit with twists and turns, and left mind blown by the end. It was impossible to put the book down until it was finished. A must read if you love psychological thrillers!

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Lingering Spirits (Soul Connection Book 4) by Nikki Lynn Barrett – Review by Nakyshia Leger

Lingering Spirits (Soul Connection, #4)Lingering Spirits by Nikki Lynn Barrett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I adore this series! Hope has the ability to connect telepathically to people that need her help. When she connects to Russ, she knows this is different. For this particular connection, it is not obvious why they are connected or how long it will take to figure it out. Russ is annoyed by the voice in his head at first. He doesn’t like someone invading his every thought and feeling. The longer they are connected though, the more they develop a friendship that bonds them. As they get to know each other, they try to figure out what is connecting them, and what it will take to make it through.

One thing that I love about this series is that even if you have never read another book in this series, you can still enjoy each book. While the characters are connected, and the story is better knowing the past, there is enough background given to not be lost if you jump in here. The emotions in this story really resonate with the reader. My heart skipped a beat on several occasions! You are really brought into the world of Russ and Hope as if you are right there with them! I can not wait to continue this series!

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Mermaid and the Rainbow: Mermaid Science by Lois Wickstrom – Review by Nakyshia Leger

the mermaid and the rainbowthe mermaid and the rainbow by Lois Wickstrom
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the cutest story! Trezzie is a mermaid that loves showing her friends tricks with her treasures. Maia and Fig are Trezzie’s human friends that love exploring science. In this book they do different tricks with a cup, water, paper and a mirror. The illustrations are bright and colorful and really make the story come to life!

My kids read this story over and over again and can not get enough. They even loved trying the experiments that Trezzie and her friends did. I love that the story engages kids in learning in a fun way. Kids of all ages can follow along with Trezzie, Maia and Fig!

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