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The Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher – Review by Gail Guerrero

The Nearness of YouThe Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher

Four Stars

Have you ever just felt like you knew that someone was your forever but everything kept pointing the other way? That no matter how you feel that path wasn’t laid out for you to follow? I felt that while reading this story. I also felt it multiple times in my life. David felt phony to me and I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop. Their whole first encounter felt planned. He dies have some redeeming qualities that make up for that first impression. He is HOT, loyal, loving, compassionate and honest. I felt like he would do absolutely do anything for Lauren. The author wrote an interesting story but it lacked a steady flow. I felt like it was a little bumpy while transitioning from one speaker to the next. I didn’t feel like I truly learned who the characters are and how they grew through the story. It was a very unrealistic story. Overall though I would read it because David is HOT and what they have is innocent and pure.

Reviewed by @gguerrero89
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The Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher – Review by Moriah Venable

The Nearness of YouThe Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Nearness of You is a novel by K.G. Fletcher. This is my second novel by this author.

A chance encounter makes way for possible love and opportunities.

When Lounge Singer Lauren meets Super model David Randle she is drawn to his good looks. David invites Lauren to his sister’s wedding but there is a spark between the two. Bonding over music, fashion and life experiences which bring them closer together.

But not all in happy for the new couple but David’s assistant wants nothing more than to tear the new found love apart.

I really enjoyed this novel and the cover and premise just pulled me in.

I enjoyed Lauren’s ambitions to make it into show business one day but it was nice to see that she was comfortable where her life was. Lauren was really likable and related character and her romance with David felt natural instead of forced.

I really like David. He was such a sweet character. With all the ups and downs the couple went through, it was sweet roller coaster of me eagerly turning the pages to see what would happen next.

For anyone in the mood for a quick but enjoyable romance, I recommend this novel.

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My Hidden Life by Necie Navone – Review by Tracy Manderson

My Hidden LifeMy Hidden Life by Necie Navone
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

My Hidden Life by Necie Navone
5 out of 5 stars

My Hidden Life written by Necie Navone and I was awesome I loved the characters especially Alessandra aka Aless she was one fantastic teenager with the world on her shoulders. The characters are well written and their quirkiness and banter was great. The plot is great it has danger, intimidation, fights, and a very protective family.
Alessandra, is the Princess of the Canzano crime Family, she was introduced to the dangers of her family’s world at the young age of six when a rival family left her bleeding and scared on her birthday.
Her uncle now dedicates his life to making sure she is not only protected but that Alessandra will never feel helpless again in their world. All the while, trying to keep her feeling like she is just a normal young girl.
She has to be better than any man around her. She’s the Family future. Can she handle the family and all that it entails?
Let’s, watch Alessandra in Part One of My Life series as she trains to be the heir to the Canzano Family the way her Capo her father wants. A life that she must hide from even her closest friends and family.
I really enjoyed My Hidden Life and Alessandra and I can’t wait to read the next installment My Tragic Life….
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Tracy
Review by @tracym

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The Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher – Review by Anastasia Dodson

The Nearness of YouThe Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Nearness of You
By KG Fletcher
5 Stars

Wow this book was fantastic. This is by far my favorite book that i have read by this author. I loved the characters but my favorite had to be Lauren. She was the one that i would want to be friends with and she was extremely entertaining. I enjoyed the descriptions that the author gave and her writing style is fantastic. I am looking forward to reading more by this author and i would recommend this to a friend.
Review by Anastasia D.

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My Hidden Life: Brothers of Camelot Prequel (My Life Series book 1) by Necie Navone – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

My Hidden Life: Brothers of Camelot Prequel (My Life Series Book 1)My Hidden Life: Brothers of Camelot Prequel by Necie Navone
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

My Hidden Life: Brothers of Camelot Prequel (My Life Series book 1) by Necie Navone
5 stars

I really enjoyed this book. I loved Alessandra and even though her story was emotional at times, it was beautifully written and I didn’t want to stop once I started.
This is my second book by This author and I am loving this series!

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Small Town Hero: Small Town Brides (Book 1) by Kim Koby – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

Small Town Hero (Small Town Brides, #1)Small Town Hero by Kim Koby
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Small Town Hero: Small Town Brides (Book 1) by Kim Koby

Small Town Hero by Kim Koby is a clean romance following Rebecca after she discovers her fiancé in bed with her best friend. She leaves and just drives until the point of exhaustion. After pulling off at a gas station to fill up and rest she wakes up 4 hours later to a car that refuses to start. After harassing her for loitering Ryan takes it upon himself to help her. After discovering that the nearest hotel is closed down for remodeling he offers to let her stay at his place in the guest room. Little does he know how much this small gesture would impact both of their lives.

I was amazed at how well Rebecca handled everything. If I were in her place I probably would have shut down and fallen into a world of despair. I loved how she was able to move past everything and even bring new joy into Ryan’s life. This beautiful novel was well written and clean. It focused mostly on n renewal but also shared how important the main characters faith was. I really enjoyed this novel and give it an easy 5-star rating.

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Neverland by Melissa Jane – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

NeverlandNeverland by Melissa Jane
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Neverland by Melissa Jane
5 stars

I’m trying to get my thoughts together on this book. I just finished a bit ago and I still can’t believe what I read. This was a beautifully tragic story.
Lucy has had a rough life from a child on through her years. Her one day of sunshine was Romeo, her best friend. When one day paths cross with Dominic and her life is never the same.
Through it all she just survives and then fate steps in. And that’s when it all went topsy turvy for me.
I cannot give anything away as you Have to read to feel and understand what Lucy has gone through and I was not expecting what happened at all and I still have raw emotions here!
Great author!
@lyndseyfairley

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The Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher – Review by Michelle Austin

The Nearness of YouThe Nearness of You by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Nearness of You was a great 5 star read.

Lauren is singing one night at her job and she meets this handsome man. She realizes who he is instantly and is shocked he is talking to her.

David Randle is a british super model in town for his sisters wedding, there is something about Lauren that he really likes. He ends up spending some extra time with her and sends her an invite to his sisters wedding.

Moving forward as Lauren spends more time with David she gets a look into what his life is like. And of course we can’t have a great story without some issues arising. David’s assistant isn’t happy with Lauren being in David’s life. Will she cause enough issues that things won’t work out? Can they have more than just a fling?

I really liked both of these characters very much. They each had great characteristics and were loveable. And you can’t help but love a hot british man. The secondary characters added a great element to the story. Its sweet the relationship that David has with his sister, I loved it. K.G. Fletcher has once again pulled me right in with her writing and I really love the playlists that she creates as well. 1-click and get started today.

Reviewed by @mab54615

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Redemption (Ash Park #5) by Meghan O’Flynn – Review by Emily Walsh

Redemption (Ash Park, #5)Redemption
ByMeghan O’Flynn
My Rating: 5 of 5 stars

Redemption (Ash Park #5) by Meghan O’Flynn was a heart pounding, feels invoking, raw psychological thriller that not only hooked me like the other books, but it brought me back to the first book, to that unsolved case, that’s ends with a shocking conclusion.

Coming off the emotional punch to the face from the last book, this book picks up pretty close to when books four ends. I will say before I continue, though these books can be read as standalones, they are following a connecting plot line, and time line. So I highly suggest reading the other books in this series. Especially the first book, as this one directly connects to it. You won’t get the full emotional boot kick, if you skip it. Plus, all the books in this series are freaking amazing!

I don’t even know how to review this book, it wasn’t what I was expecting, and frankly this is probably one of the best books I have read this year. But, let me be clear, to get the full effect, you got to read the other books. You got to see the darkness that’s been smothering Petrosky. His downward spiral, his ghosts, his willingness to just end it all. All of that, from those books, everything leads up to this one. This book will shock you, wreck you and, you will not see the ending coming. I was second guessing everything, and it was, wow.. just wow.

I really hope this isn’t the end of the series, I feel like there needs to be one more, just one more to close it out fully. But if this is the last book, then I have to say, that Meghan O’Flynn has done this series justice and ended it just as strong as it was started. Every book was strong, and that consistency of high level writing is what separates this series, this book, from others like it.

In saying that, please, please, take my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval that this book is not only a must read, it’s a classic in the making. It will break your emotions, have you struggling to keep it together, and you will shed some tears. This book, this series, is on a whole other level, and is worth every bit of praise it has received.

Happy Reading

Review by @eawalsh

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My Hidden Life: Brothers of Camelot Prequel (My Life Series Book 1) by Necie Navone – Review by Debi Kircher

My Hidden LifeMy Hidden Life by Necie Navone
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

My Hidden Life: Brothers of Camelot Prequel (My Life Series Book 1)

By Necie Navone

5 Stars

I was so excited to read this book after finishing The Only One, we got a glimpse of Aless at the end of that book but this story starts when she was a young girl, the daughter of the head of a crime family who wants to shape her into the one that takes over the family when she gets older and marries whoever it is her father decides she will marry.

She’s had to learn to defend herself at a very young age and as time goes by she learns a few things about her family and is closest to her Uncle Louie who has swore on his life he will keep her safe. She has been named the princess of the family and as time goes by the sense of family and security starts wavering and she knows she might just have to take her future into her own hands.

I loved learning how her and Grayson met and the connection the two shared…I sincerely love this authors writing style, I enjoyed every word and can not wait to read the next in Aless’s story and see what happens with her future.

I highly recommend this story as well as the first in the Brothers of Camelot, I can already tell this whole series is going to be one that I’ll want to reread in the future.

Loved It!!

Review by @debikircher

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