That Incredible Kiss (Kissed By Fate 3) By Tamara Ferguson – Review by Angela Shirley

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When your life seems set, then a blast from the past arrives that you have not seen for 10 years. Can your heart survive another chink?

Ashley and Brian had a rocky start when they were at school, a brief kiss has played on both their minds ever since graduation. Brian then served his country and now finds himself back in Crystal Rock but will a chance meeting with Ashley brings back all those memories from back then.

Ashley was self centre as a girl growing up but as the years have gone on she has become a independent and strong woman, until one chance meeting with Brian all these years later may have her thinking anything is possible.

There are no words that I have already not expressed regarding this great author, all her stories draw you in and have you feeling you are living the relationships with them and this book is no different. I loved the way you are glided along with there story and get to see this relationship develop as you weave through the wonderful world of Crystal Rock and Dragon pointe Inn with the secondary characters just makes you feel like you want to visit this beautiful place.

This book can be read as a stand alone but to be honest you need to read everything by this woman there is never a bad story and they always make you want to read more by this wonderful author, go check her out.

Reviewed by Angela Shirley

Rock Star on the Verge (Rogue Series Book 9) by Lara Ward Cosio – Review by Debi Kircher

Rock Star on the Verge (Rogue Series #9)Rock Star on the Verge by Lara Ward Cosio
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rock Star on the Verge (Rogue Series Book 9) by Lara Ward Cosio

5 Stars

I am so upset, This is book 9 and I’ve only read book 4 before this. I swore I’d read them all before the next came out and I didn’t yet…This series is going at the top of my list to get read…I love love love these characters, its weird that after only reading 2 of the series I still am able to feel a connection to all of them, this for me is a sign of an awesome storyteller. I truly though need to have the complete history of this cast of characters. I feel such loss when reading things I should know about and don’t. Will have this completed by the end of this year.

I have a serious girl crush on Felicity, she is everything I know I could never be. The connection between her and Conor is out of this world beautiful. I could never see myself handling things the way she did in this book. My heart literally broke for Conor because you could almost feel his pain and confusion through the words written.

The journey this story took me on was like no other, and I enjoyed every single second of it from the places to the experiences, the laugh out loud moments and the deep conversations. Realizing what life really means for each of them. Finding what they each were missing and wondering the whole time, who is really helping who here. I love that this author made this a new generation / old generation coming together to teach each other very valuable life lessons. I also love that we get so many different POV’s throughout…I remember that being a favorite of mine in Book 4. I also loved the emotions that were brought about in this book.

I can’t recommend this book enough, I do however recommend starting at the beginning, don’t do what I’ve done, these characters are so tightly woven together you will want so much more as I do!

Can not wait for more and will absolutely be ready when the next one comes along 🙂


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John the Baptist: As His Soul Remembers by Stuart Ledwith – Review by Faith Jackson

John the Baptist: As His Soul RemembersJohn the Baptist: As His Soul Remembers by Stuart P. Ledwith
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is one of the third books from this author that I’ve found myself enjoying. The author has a way of educating his audience in making his subjects more human than anything else that they are. Very good job placing the characters in a more interesting light than we’ve learned outside of a religious view.

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The Saint of Liars (The Lucky Devil series Book 2) by Megan Mackie – Review by Faith Jackson

The Saint of Liars: Book Two of the Lucky Devil SeriesThe Saint of Liars: Book Two of the Lucky Devil Series by Megan Mackie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the second book of an action-packed series by this author. Very fun read that will keep you on the edge. This story flows great with the first. I loved the world just as much as the characters who this story centers around.

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