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Come Back Tomorrow (Embrace Tomorrow Duet Book 1) by Amy Argent-Review by Elena Tobar

Come Back Tomorrow (Embrace Tomorrow, #1)Come Back Tomorrow by Amy Argent
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This story is heartrendingly beautiful. This is one of the best books I’ve read in a very long time, if not the best ever. Amy Argent did an amazing job of pulling me into Will and Toris world as they get to know each other and Will struggles with such a horrible illness. There is so much raw emotion in this book that I teared up more times than I can count, but it was well worth it in the end. Even though I thought I knew what to expect when I began the story, I was left surprised and eager to read part 2 and see how things turn out. What can be more beautiful than giving a person that brightens your day a reason to hang on and fight a little harder and a little longer even if ultimately you don’t believe they’ll survive? This book definitely has me looking at life with a whole new appreciation.

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Fate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Fate, Frankincense & FuneralsFate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I thoroughly enjoyed this MM paranormal romance which had me hooked from page one. This is a fairly quick read which I read in one sitting and I found myself completely immersed in the story. Vulture shifter, Acheron is shunned by society because he touches the dead but is safe in Kharon, when he feels a pull towards the city he makes the treacherous journey to Mandara. Arriving there he discovers that it was hare shifter and nurse Errapel that was to calling him to. Errapel is the nurse to the dying soul that Acheron has been sent to assist, and he is also his mate. However, vulture shifters are forbidden from taking a mate by law, but the pair can not help being drawn to one another.
To stay together and have a chance at love the couple would have to not only beat the archaic laws but also fight society. I fell in love with Acheron and Errapel and really felt for them and their situation of forbidden love. The chemistry between the couple sizzled off the page and the characters were really bought to life by the authors detailed writing. The authors descriptive narrative also bought the setting to life, and she’s done a wonderful job of creating a whole new world and making it feel real. This was an enjoyable and engaging short story and one which I definitely recommend.

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Twilight’s Curse (Twilight Realm Series Book 1) by K. M. Wray – Review by Allyson Ware

Twilight's CurseTwilight’s Curse by K.M. Wray
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Twilight’s Curse (Twilight Realm Series Book 1) by K. M. Wray – Review by Allyson Ware

People always say not to judge a book by its cover. That is easy enough for me to overlook, but the title of the book is what catches my eye. When I started this book based on the title, I never imagined it would turn out the way it did. Does the title make sense now? Of course. However, when I read this book, this is what I imagined “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” would be about.

This novel is enveloped in a vast array of magic and uncertainty; within the characters, of course. Nix and Zoe each tell their story in a way that leaves the reader wanting more information. You get to watch these two find themselves through each other. I feel that this novel would be amazing for any uncertain soul; there are a few amazing lessons that have the potential to be incredibly helpful to anyone willing to take such advice.

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Tenacious (Billionaire Bodyguards Book 6) by Via Mari – Review by Jessica Phillips

Tenacious (Billionaire Bodyguards # 6)Tenacious by Via Mari
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Tenacious is the sixth book in this titillating Billionaire Bodyguards series by Via Mari. And it did not disappoint.
Nick is a part of an elite security team and definitely knows how to get what he wants.
Allie is a charge nurse and doesn’t have time or the want for a relationship.
When they are around each other, they can’t hide the feelings that surface.
I love how Nick’s dominance is just what Allie needs to start to trust and maybe they’ll be able to move past the attraction to what they really want… each other!

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The Groomsman (Unexpected Series – Book 2) by Marina Hanna – Review by Jennifer Gordon

The GroomsmanThe Groomsman by Marina Hanna
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

An enjoyable and engaging contemporary romance which had me hooked from page one. Lauren and Mark meet at their friends wedding and are instantly attracted to one another and they share a very hot, steamy, and passionate night together. It was just meant to be one night as Mark doesn’t have time in his life for romance and a relationship, and Lauren is still getting over her last boyfriend being married. However, they both find themselves drawn to each other and discover that it’s not just about the sex. What they feel might also be more than lust, it may even be love, but is someone is going to get their heart broken. The instant chemistry between Mark and Lauren literally sizzled off the page and led to very steamy scenes between the couple. Both characters are realistic and relatable and I loved how their relationship grew throughout the story. The storyline flowed well and the plot had me happily turning the pages wanting to find out if they got their HEA or not.

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Twilight’s Curse (Twilight Realm Series Book 1) by K. M. Wray – Review by Nikita Lesperance

Twilight's CurseTwilight’s Curse by K.M. Wray
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The world building in this book was done really well. It made me feel like I was in the book. I really liked the characters and their personalities. The elves were really cool. This was a well written YA book. I look forward to reading more of this series.

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Blood Oath (Mafia Elite, book 2) by Amy McKinley – Review by Jasmin Marie

Blood Oath (Mafia Elite, #2)Blood Oath by Amy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Blood Oath is the second book in the Mafia Elite Series and a good follow-up to No Way Out! I loved the connection between the two main characters but felt like the overall story was missing something. I wish there was a book in between the first and second to give us more background as to what happened to Enzo’s sister, Emilianna, to get a better understanding of the dynamic between the Mafia families. However, I loved Sofia’s feistiness and bravery and I loved the fact that Enzo cared so deeply for her. I am looking forward to reading more by this author!

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Fate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Lorrene Huisman

Fate, Frankincense & FuneralsFate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I had never written a novel by this talented author, prior to this one. I must say I was blown away with my first impression! The craft of the writing was beyond amazing, and the characters that I met were so real and convicting, and I felt constantly I was right there with them living in the moment!

The story was a paranormal romance, but different than others I have read. I felt this one gave myself as the reader so much and asked for nothing in return, but literally sheer pleasure and enjoyment. I was constantly captivated by the story, and wanting to know more, and edge of my seat at times with accounts of wanting a full sexy passionate scene to take place!

Kharon the main male lead was a critical character. The story was a very enjoyable read, it was a quick read. I found that though it was a quick duration for the read, you still got so much out of this book, as much as you would with a longer page number book. When Kharon meets Errapel you can tell there was passion between the two. Were they so different from the worlds they live in or perhaps they were more the same? I found what I loved about this book, as much as the characters and learning who they are was how Kharon saw his experience with Errapel as more than just a life experience. IT gave him thoughts, and wonders, and I found meeting her, and what they had between them, shifted his perspective and what he wanted to do with his life! Something we all can relate to, as one moment can truly define us!

Loved this book. It was a easy and fast read for me. Completely enjoyable as well. I loved it from start and all the way till I finished the closing sentence on the final page. I was very happy and love struck with this author’s writing. I will be reading more for sure! I happily recommend this book and this author!

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Nite Fire: Smoke & Mirrors (Book 3) AUDIO BOOK by C. L. Schneider – Review by Jasmin Marie

Smoke & Mirrors (Nite Fire #3)Smoke & Mirrors by C.L. Schneider
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Nite Fire: Smoke and Mirrors by C.L. Schneider is the third book in the Nite Fire series. I read the synopsis and loved the concept so much that I didn’t even see that this was the third book in the series! However, I was so hooked by the beginning of this book that I continued to listen (audio-version) even though I did not have prior knowledge of the characters and their previous stories. While I was slightly confused by the dynamics between some of the characters at the beginning of the book, I was able to quickly fill in the dots. Overall, the book was action-packed, mysterious, and gave just enough spooky vibes for the Halloween season! I enjoyed the characters and all of the supernatural elements this book had to offer!

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Love’s Reverie (The Stardust Duet, Book 2) by KG Fletcher – Review by Erica Shoebridge

Love's Reverie (The Stardust Duet, #2)Love’s Reverie by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was excited to finish this duet, after recently reading Love’s Refrain. While this book 2 does catch you up on the plot of Book 1, I’m glad I had already read the first and had already come to love these characters before embarking on this one. There is much more emphasis on the soulmate/transcendent nature of their love affair, which many romance readers may find lovely. Phil’s battle to return to his love, and all of the barriers in the way to his hoped-for reunion made for interesting plot points. What’s a romance without a bit of the ‘star-crossed lovers’ theme anyway? The writing struck me again as very lyrical and whimsical – Fletcher has a unique voice with a dream-like quality I appreciated. Romance lovers, pick up this book!

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Fate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Jules Herbert

Fate, Frankincense & FuneralsFate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Even though I am usually not a short story reader, when I come across a book by Naomi Valkyrie I am always going to pick it up and read it. She is just one of those authors for me.

Fate, Frankincense & Funerals is a short read (yes I wish it was a longer story but that is just because I’m a greedy gus! LOL) that will hold you captivated from start to finish. Its fires your imagination and draws you in with intense characters and a vivid world created by this amazingly talented author.

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A Spell of Rowans by Byrd Nash – Review by Erica Shoebridge

A Spell of RowansA Spell of Rowans by Byrd Nash
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a phenomenal book that I’m so glad I picked up. I finished it days ago, but I notice my brain is still swirling in the world of Grimsby and the Rowans. When Vic lands back in town after the death of her horrible mother, the Rowan children are together again. Old hurts and haunts rise up about the distinctly odd family, and not everyone is happy that the siblings are united. As we learn about the unique abilities, histories and secrets of Vic, Pip, and Liam, the layers of their lives become slowly peeled away to reveal the horrors of what they have endured and covered up over the years. Very interesting book with plenty of mystery, crime, and intrigue to keep you interested to the last page.

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Fate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Erica Shoebridge

Fate, Frankincense & FuneralsFate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Fate, Frankincense and Funerals is a very well-written tale. This is my first book by Valkyrie, and it’s not a genre I typically read, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. The characters were quite interesting and deeply believable. I wish there was more backstory – on this world she’s created, the relationships, and societal beliefs of its inhabitants. I was very curious about some of the unanswered questions. Honestly I debated giving this a 5-star review, and would have if those elements had been included. This authour is excellent, and I will be checking out some of their other works.

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Luke (Default Distraction #4) by A.S Roberts – Review by Jules Herbert

Luke (Default Distraction #4)Luke by A.S. Roberts
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Luke Default Distraction book 4 is the next amazing book in this fantastic series. I was hooked yet again from the very first word to the very last. I was pulling for this gorgeous couple every step of the way.

Luke is the Bass Player for Default Distraction and has made huge changes in himself, along with the rest of the band, with his main focus being creating a loving supportive family for his gorgeous daughter Brielle. They have all put down roots and he now needs a new nanny for Brie. Along comes Nikki, a fantastic nanny who Brie instantly loves BUT his attraction to her is instant and intense. He doesn’t want to risk messing things up with Nikki for his daughters sake but as each day passes he realises he might just need her as much as Brie does. For Nikki being around Luke is an absolute dream come true, she has been a huge fan for years but she needs this job not just for herself but for her family. How long can she fight what is building between them though?

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Cade (Default Distraction #3) by A.S Roberts – Review by Jules Herbert

Cade (Default Distraction #3)Cade by A.S. Roberts
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Cade Default Distraction book 3 is where I started this series. Who does that right? Even though I started with this book my enjoyment was not hindered by starting mid series, in fact I was kept captivated by all the characters from start to finish and I am determined to read all the DD books now.

Cade is the drummer for Default Distraction and he has now decided that after all these years of torturing himself with what he thought he couldn’t have, that he is not waiting any more and he will be making Winter his! Winter on the other hand is not so sure. She loved him years ago, to be fair deep down she still does but he walked away and broke her heart. She doesn’t know if she can bare to take that risk again. Cade must show her that he truly has changed and what they could have together is worth fighting for. Their love is so intense and will draw you in. Each step of the way you will be hoping they get their HEA

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Fate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie Reviewed by Piper Foster

Fate, Frankincense & FuneralsFate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This a a very quick short read.
Errapel I like this character.
Carissa and Errapel interactions.
I wish it was a more full story as I felt I was just getting into it and it ended.

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The Groomsman (Unexpected Series – Book 2) by Marina Hanna – Review by Katie Mansfield

The GroomsmanThe Groomsman by Marina Hanna
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a good fall read for me! I really enjoyed the angst between them and how it created this trust in the end for them. At first I wasn’t really sure if it was going to be any different from other romance novels I’ve read but I appreciate the turmoil that they had to get through. Definitely recommend for a quick read!

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Snowflakes & Stockings (A Wilton Hills Christmas Book 4) by Marianne Rice – Review by Lianne Probert

Snowflakes & Stockings (A Wilton Hills Christmas, #4)Snowflakes & Stockings by Marianne Rice
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Snowflakes And Stockings is book four in A Wilton Hills Christmas series by Marianne Rice. This is my first time reading anything from this author and the series, this book can be enjoyed as a stand-alone story.

I’m a huge fan of a festive-themed book and couldn’t wait to get started this year. Stockings And Snowflakes was a great book to kick things off with.
Liberty is up for a promotion, and it’s pretty much a guarantee if she can solve the most recent mystery…who is the famous secret Santa?
I loved the warmth of the story and the Christmassy feel that this book had, it was such an easy and cosy read. The characters are likable and relatable, and I really enjoyed the building up of the relationship between Liberty and Sawyer. Their chemistry made this story even better.
This book was a lovely accompaniment to a gloomy (sadly, not snowy) Sunday afternoon.

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Fate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Angela Shirley

Fate, Frankincense & FuneralsFate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I am a loner in the world, banished from love and shunned by my world as I touch the dead but he came into my life unexpected but can we stay together or will the law win.

Acheron is a Vulture shifter and is a loner as many people from his world shy’s away as he touches the souls of the dead, but when he is sent on a mission to help a nurse usher a soul to the other world he jumps at the chance to change his surroundings and experience something new.

Errapel is nursing the soul, when Acheron arrives he sees more than the keeper of the soul, he sees a man who has love in his heart but the only problem is that Acheron by law can not find a mate. Can they overcome this and find a mate in each other.

I do have to say that I’m not normally into this Syfy genre but I actually enjoyed this short story. The story between these two main characters was intriguing and interesting to read. The detail in this world was brilliant and as the book is technically a novella it does not feel like you have been short changed.

Will I read more, probably this story has peaked my interest within this genre and would like to read more by this author to see inside the world of shifters.

Blood Oath (Mafia Elite, book 2) by Amy McKinley – Review by Samantha Jayne Grubey

Blood Oath (Mafia Elite, #2)Blood Oath by Amy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

So this is the second book in the series. So we follow Sofia and Enzo in this book and their journey isn’t by any means easy. I really liked that we had a past history with them. I love how protective Enzo was when it came to Sofia and keeping her safe.

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Shadows of Doubt (A Crawford Mystery) by Merissa Racine – Review by Dani Dando

Shadows of Doubt (A Crawford Mystery)Shadows of Doubt by Merissa Racine
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a really enjoyable read. I found the mystery really interesting and even though I haven’t read the first book in the series I did not feel lost in any way, the characters were likable and fun to read and felt real and relatable.

Lauren is a stenographer in need of a bit of cash, and as such ends up accepting a job offer from her ex-husbands who is acting as a judge on a pretty mahoosive case. Faced with a little choice Lauren takes the job, only to quickly realise that some shady shenanigans may be afoot and that the things going down the courtroom may only be the tip of the proverbial iceberg.

I really enjoyed this and thought that Racine’s writing was gripping. Really recommend this for anyone that loves a good mystery.

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Ashes of Aldyr (The Obscured Throne Trilogy Book 1) by Russell Archey – Review by Dani Dando

Ashes of AldyrAshes of Aldyr by Russell Archey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Oh sweet magical fantasy realms of awesome sauce, I really loved this book. It was new and refreshing and just a delight to read.

Ever since The Rupture darkness has dealt a hefty blow to Alda; the Aldyrs are dying, the elves are going with them and the dwarves have retreated to their homes safely tucked away in the mountains. Humans are all gathered together in settlements that have seen better days and nasty ass gods do nasty ass things to the world.

I’ve got to say that I love this, it’s always a good sign when a book leaves you just a little bit breathless with wonder. Archey has created a wonderful world that is just bursting with awesomeness. Really recommend reading this book and am looking forward to the next installments.

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The Elements of the Crown (The Elements of Kamdaria Book 1) by Kay L. Moody – Review by Amanda Gonzalez

The Elements of the Crown (The Elements of Kamdaria, #1)The Elements of the Crown by Kay L. Moody
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Who doesn’t love an adventurous tale of magic and action? I like how the use of magic is so commonplace, but also not everyone is insanely strong – and even the main characters have their limits. I really enjoyed seeing the character development from multiple characters throughout the story as well. We also see a lot of different elements in the book and I loved how it was built into the society in a way that explained some of their world and reasons for certain things. If you’re looking for an interesting, clean-romance, magical tale: this book is for you!

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Fate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Angela Hayes

Fate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi ValkyrieFate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

5 Stars

 

Fate, Frankincense & Funerals by Naomi Valkyrie is a fantastic paranormal MM romance. Wonderfully woven, this story is another feather in Ms. Valkyrie’s hat! She seems to have a limitless well of intriguing stories just waiting for her to release them onto the pages and into the world for us to enjoy. She never ceases to amaze me with her highly original storylines that have their own identity and her unique and clever touches stamped all over them.
This book had a bit of an Egyptian mythology feel to it- turning up the intrigue level several notches for me. This story might be on the shorter side, but it packs the punch of a much longer novel. I would have loved the story to be longer, not because it was lacking anything- but because I was so caught up in the story that I wanted to know more about the society and backgrounds etc.
Archeron is a vulture shifter, an outcast from the ‘normal’ shifter society due to his service to the dead and dying. Errapel is a caring nurse hare shifter. Their worlds collide when fate brings them together to ‘care’ for a dying client. And so, the sparks of change ignite- making for a wonderful story about fated mates and the power of love.
The story is sweet, spicy, sexy, emotional, and romantic. It has a bit of dystopian feel to the fantasy, too. We enter a shifter society with its own unique identity- with superb worldbuilding from Ms. Valkyrie- she constructed a very interesting world in which to set her story. She also explores themes of race, discrimination, castes, bigotry, societal expectation- as well as setting a spark for change.
Can’t wait to see what Ms. Valkyrie does next!

Thank you, Naomi Valkyrie!

 

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Unlikely to Fit (Parker Lake) by Olivia Sherwood – Review by Angela Hayes

Unlikely to Fit (A Parker Lake Novel Book 2)Unlikely to Fit by Olivia Sherwood
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

4.5 Stars

 

Unlikely to Fit is the second book in the Parker Lake series by Olivia Sherwood. This is a great contemporary romance- with a small town setting, second chances, chemistry, emotion, humour, drama, banter, antics, and wonderful characters with depth and a real endearing quality.
I loved the first book, so when I saw this pop up I happily grabbed a copy and jumped right in. Breckin and Griff were so easy to love and invest in. I was immersed in their story, cheering them on from the sidelines. They didn’t have an easy run- but this book has all the feels you could want in a story. It dug its way under my skin and left a permanent impression.
Bring on Book #3!

Thank you, Olivia Sherwood!

 

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A Spell of Rowans by Byrd Nash – Review by Angela Hayes

A Spell of RowansA Spell of Rowans by Byrd Nash
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

A Spell of Rowans by Byrd Nash really made an impression on me. I was still thinking of this story, and characters, long after closing the final page. It is an interesting blend of women’s fiction, crime, a touch of the paranormal, intrigue, mystery, emotion, and more.
The story touches on some sensitive topics and could be considered a trigger for some (domestic abuse towards children, domestic violence, mental abuse etc). The story is emotionally charged in places, and I found my emotions definitely got a bit of a workout. My heart broke and I wanted to storm into the story and set things right.
If you like an interesting story that makes you feel a myriad of emotions, then this might just be the story you’re looking for.

Thank you, Byrd Nash!

 

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Spoilsport (Pierce Brothers Book 2) by Belinda Williams – Review by Angela Hayes

Spoilsport (Pierce Brothers, #2)Spoilsport by Belinda Williams
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

Spoilsport is the second book in the Pierce Brothers series by Belinda Williams. Ms. Williams’ never fails to deliver a great read and this book was no exception. This is a fun romcom with second chances, opposites attract, humour, angst, tension, steam, and a touch of drama.
What if you were a love-‘em and Leave-‘em kind of girl and the only builder available to help you with your fixer-upper is a guy you swore never to see again after a hot and steamy one-night-stand. Could get complicated. Right? Well, that’s exactly where Nadia Alverez finds herself when desperate times call for desperate measures. But she should be able to keep things professional. Right? Keep the past passion right where it belongs- in the past. Easy peasy…. well, not so much. Chemistry comes into play, complications arise, and sparks fly….
Looking forward to Book #3!
Happy Reading!

Thank you, Belinda Williams!

 

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Blood Oath (Mafia Elite, book 2) by Amy McKinley – Review by Rebecca Hill

Blood Oath (Mafia Elite, #2)Blood Oath by Amy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Blood Oath is the second book in the Mafia Elite series by Amy McKinley. This book follows another Mafia princess, Sofia, as well as the Vitale underboss, Enzo. Enzo and Sofia have always had a connection to each other. When a marriage contract between Enzo and Elena is signed, Sofia is sure her heart will never be the same. But can Enzo and Sofia really deny their connection? Ruthless killer, Ivan, has set his eyes on Sofia for no apparent reason. The families race to stop him and save Sofia. Will Enzo save Sofia in time and find a way to be with her? Find out in Blood Oath!

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The Mating Call (Long Claw Pride Book 1) by Brooke May – Review by Angela Hayes

The Mating Call by Brooke May
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

4.5 Stars

The Mating Call is the first book in the Long Claw Pride series by Brooke May. It is the start to a sublime new shifter series- this time we get mountain lion shifters. Ms. May had me at shifters – but making them mountain lions added an extra element of interest for me. It turned out to be a really great paranormal romance, with fated mates, drama, angst, family, community, finding where you belong, letting go of the past, and more.
Cheyenne and Lane were so easy to love- I was completely invested in them and the outcome of their story. Ms. May didn’t make it too easy for them though- and they had to work for their chance at happiness. This is definitely my favourite book of Ms. May’s- so far!
I am really looking forward to reading the rest of the series now! Can’t wait!

Thank you, Brooke May!

 

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Caught in Midnight Shadows (The Caught Series Book 4) by Sharleen Scott – Review by Angela Hayes

Caught in Midnight Shadows (Caught series, #4)Caught in Midnight Shadows by Sharleen Scott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

4.5 Stars

 

Caught in Midnight Shadows is the fourth book in The Caught Series by Sharleen Scott. This is another fantastic romantic suspense, with danger, drama, intrigue, tension, mystery, suspense, chemistry, surprising developments, and action.
I can always count on Ms. Scott to deliver a very intriguing story and this one certainly lived up to expectations- pulling me in right from the very beginning. The intriguing nature of the story had me trying to figure out what was going on, and completely immersed in the story.
The mystery and suspense were done really well done, with plenty of tension which gave it a bit of a sinister and gripping vibe. A tightly woven plot with clever touches full of dramatic developments that had me on the edge of my seat, reading avidly to discover how it would all play out.
Looking forward to seeing what she has in store for us next….
Highly recommended!

Thank you, Sharleen Scott!

 

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