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Distant Memories (Nurse Morgan Series Book 2) by Kate MacInnis – Review by Brandy Vaughn

Distant Memories: A Nurse Morgan Series: Book TwoDistant Memories: A Nurse Morgan Series: Book Two by Kate MacInnis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Distant Memories by Kate MacInnis is the second book in the Nurse Morgan series. Just like the first book, Distant Memories is filled with humor, ghosts, mystery, and a bit of romance. This text gives a good deal of summary about the first book so you can keep track of what is going on.

It seems things have started to settle down with Morgan as she has accepted her new psychic gifts. A new ghostly seductress enters the picture with her sights set on Caleb, Morgan’s new man. The plot brings to life some mischief with new adventures that cause some craziness in the spirit world as well as in real life for Morgan. I look forward to book 3 when it comes out!

Brandy Vaughn 06/2022

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Distant Memories: A Nurse Morgan Series: Book Two by Kate MacInnis – Review by Enisha Reaves

Distant Memories: A Nurse Morgan Series: Book TwoDistant Memories: A Nurse Morgan Series: Book Two by Kate MacInnis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Romance, mystery, ghosts, humor and fun are back in the second installment of A Nurse Morgan Series. Distant Memories by Kate MacInnis packs quite the paranormal punch all over again. If you loved the first one, buckle up for another fun ride.

The story continues about Morgan, an emergency center nurse in the metro Detroit area. With 20 plus years experience, the new ability to see and speak to ghosts, and a special love brewing with the gorgeous and sweet new doctor, Morgan never thought life could get even crazier and interesting. Guess what?….she was wrong!

Morgan has to battle with her growing feelings for Dr. Caleb while battling her own fears of being hurt. If that isn’t enough, she is now facing the villanous Esmey, a sexy female ghost who not causes trouble but can’t keep her ghostly hands off of men…even Caleb.

The fun loving characters, wit, humor and paranormal romance that drew you in the first time is all back. I really enjoyed the way Morgan is honest with struggling with the newness of her life since the near death experience and how change isn’t as easy as we all want it to be.

If you loved the first story, you will be pulled right back into this light hearted story

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Between Darkness & Light (War of Destiny Book 3) by Theresa Van Spankeren – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Between Darkness & Light (War of Destiny #3)Between Darkness & Light by Theresa Van Spankeren
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4 Stars
Between Darkness & Light (War of Destiny Book 3) by Theresa Van Spankeren

Between Darkness & Light is the third book in the War of Destiny series. This is a Paranormal Fantasy that I truly enjoyed reading. This is a fast paced story that once you start reading its really hard to put down. I highly recommend reading the first two books if you haven’t already started them as they are just as good as this one. Julia is back and tales us on quite the adventure .She finds herself having to ask for help with repairing relationships. Her and Matthew are determined to figure out who is behind Destiny being altered? Can they figure it out? I highly recommend reading this book to find out what happens next. I can’t wait to read more from this Author.

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The Second Alpha Heir by C.L. Ledford – Review by Cindy Rushin

  1. The Second Alpha HeirThe Second Alpha Heir by C.L. Ledford
    My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I did enjoy this book. Nolen’s story was really interesting and draws you in as we watch him grow and develop into the alpha he was meant to be. The author created a really interesting story and I found myself really enjoying it. I look forward to reading more from this author.

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The Cave of Rúin Ársa (The Cross of Ciaran Book 3) by Andrea Matthews – Review by Susan Ratchford

The Cave of Ruin Arsa (The Cross of Ciaran Book 3)The Cave of Ruin Arsa by Andrea Matthews
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Cave Of Ruin Arsa
The Cross Of Ciaran: Book 3
By: Andrea Matthews
Review by: Susan Ratchford
5 Stars

While trying to put his past behind him and move on with his new life, his wife and unborn twins, Ciaran is plagued with dreams of the long dead priest Ruadhan stealing it all away from him. As Aodhan plans a wedding of his own, the two brothers try to decipher the meaning of these dreams that are causing Ciarans anxiety and inner turmoil. Surely there is no way that Ruadhan, the chief priest, loyal to his goddess, suffered the same fate as they did and arose to tell the tale? Until an empty tomb is found by Aodhan and the other archaeologists, and more pieces of the puzzle fall into place. Will Ciaran be able to save his family and his new life? Or will his forgotten past come to steal the present as well?
I am so happy that there will be another book in this series. I love Ciaran’s and Caitlin’s story and was so easily swept into their lives. This installment was so exciting and has plenty of suspense, mystery, with twists and turns you never see coming. I loved learning more about Aodhan and seeing that he found someone like Niamh. This series is just so captivating and heartwarming and the characters possess so much realism. I thoroughly recommend starting this series at book 1, The Cross of Ciaran, and joining Andrea Matthews as she takes you on a 1500 year adventure!!!

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The Hunted (Vampire Navy SEAL: Sam & Layla) by S.B. Alexander – Review by Amy Brennan

The Hunted (Vampire Navy SEAL: Sam & Layla, #1)The Hunted by S.B. Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Apparently, I have been craving some major Vampire vs. Vampire hunter action. Along with reading this novel, I also was one of the many that have gotten hooked on the show First Kill, and I have to say, this novel took precedence over my show binging while recovering from a cold, which says a lot! I absolutely loved the way the characters developed over the course of this adventure, and how they just couldn’t keep away from one another. Action, undeniable chemistry, and two crazy people by their own right, and even more so together!

This author has a special talent when it comes to starting the novel off, and keeping the readers nose deep in the pages until the very end. At least, that’s why I think, as this is the first, and certainly not the last novel I will be reading by them, especially when it comes to the sassy and egotistically combination that are Sam and Layla! Well done, will be reading this series and recommending it, no doubt.

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Pursuit into Darkness (War of Destiny Book 2) by Theresa Van Spankeren – Review by Rebecca Hill

Pursuit into Darkness (War of Destiny, #2)Pursuit into Darkness by Theresa Van Spankeren
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is the 2nd book in a series. I loved the first book and was so excited to read this one. I felt like the 1st book was almost a vampire tale of domestic violence. At the beginning, I was a little disappointed in the first half of the book. Julia was kind of wishy washy and completely naive about Samuel. But then I really got into the book! The second half was so good! The Resistance’s fight with Valentino picked up. Julia definitely took a step back into domestic violence which is so true to what many women experience. I loved it and cannot wait to read the 3rd book!

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The Book Of Carraig (The Cross of Ciaran Book 2) by Andrea Matthews – Review by Susan Ratchford

The Book of Carraig (The Cross of Ciaran #2)The Book of Carraig by Andrea Matthews
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Book Of Carraig
The Cross of Ciaran: Book 2
By: Andrea Matthews
Review by: Susan Ratchford
5 stars

With the help of Father Mike, Ciaran has been able to keep his 1500 year old past a secret from Caitlin and others for almost a year. With two out of three of the entombed priests missing, the rumor mill is flying, and Ciaran and Caitlin embark on a new expedition to Ireland. To the site of the tombs where Ciaran lay still all those years, but the homeland that Ciaran remembers has vastly changed, the land and water engulfing most of what he used to know. He can only think of his lost wife Aisling, the chance he has to find her body and finally put her to rest properly, and of his brother Aodhan, who was entombed next to him, the only priest left whose body never vanished, sleeping as he was. His plans for them must be put on hold however, when a serial rapist and murderer starts roaming the land. Something about the attacks are familiar to Ciaran, a 1500 year old memory he long thought buried. The book of Carraig is the only thing that could answer these burning questions he has about himself and his old life, but can he find it before someone else does? He will have to risk his life and his secret to bring an end to this turmoil.
Great continuation of the series! This installment ups the tension ten fold as Ciaran struggles more and more to keep his secret!!! I seriously could not read fast enough to find out what happens to Caitlin, Ciaran, and Bradiegh. This series just keeps getting better and better. There are so many strong emotions in this book as Ciaran looks back on his former life while wrestling with the guilt of his new found happiness with Caitlin. It really struck a chord with me. I can’t wait to dig into the final book! I highly recommend this series has it all! Great world building, action, suspense, romance, and wonderful characters!

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The Cross Of Ciaran (The Cross of Ciaran Book 1) by Andrea Matthews – Review by Susan Ratchford

The Cross of CiaranThe Cross of Ciaran by Andrea Matthews
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Cross Of Ciaran
Cross Of Ciaran Series: Book 1
By: Andrea Matthews
Review By: Susan Ratchford
5 Stars

After a gruesome ritual for his goddess leaves him entombed, comatose in a cave for 1500 years, the Celtic Priest Ciaran, is finally unearthed by Archaeologist Caitlin O’Connell. The exquisite find turns from amazing to extraordinary when two other tombs are located in close proximity to the first. Before even the first tests can be done however, the priest’s body disappears without a trace leaving Ms. O’Connell with more questions than answers.
Awake and Wandering the streets of New York Ciaran finds sanctuary in the only thing he can find familiarity in, the Church. There he finds Father Mike who helps him get accustomed to this strange new world. Moonlighting as the new handyman, Ciaran tries his best to deal with his past, that is, until his present comes knocking at the door in the form of Father Mike’s niece, Caitlin O’Connell. Still distraught and determined to find her missing Priest, she is very suspicious of her Uncle Mike’s new handyman. Will all of Ciaran’s secrets unravel because of this persistent woman? What would happen to him if she found out?
I loved this book. It was so engaging and fun to read. I really loved Caitlin’s character, her stubbornness and her spirit. The pace and the flow seemed so effortless that I just got absorbed by the story not even realizing how long I was reading for. It was so easy to get emotionally invested. Such a unique and heartwarming tale with great character development. You really root for Caitlin and Ciaran! I really enjoyed seeing Ciaran react to the present and to the way people spoke. I cannot wait to read the rest of the series!!! I highly recommend this book!!!!

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Watcher: (Star-Crossed Celestials Book 1) by A.L. Morrow
Genre – MM, Romance, Paranormal
Page Count – 307

Jace has spent his entire life on the run from the Messengers, celestial beings from another realm who hunt his kind: Watchers, the fallen angels responsible for corrupting humanity … Then he meets Cyrus, the handsome Messenger with an easy smile who finally makes him want to stay in one place. The problem? Jace is the last descendant of the first disgraced Watcher, placing him just one rung below demons on the Messengers’ most-wanted list.

But Cyrus isn’t like other Messengers. He came to Sin City—the center of the angelic conflict—seeking peace, not more war. He doesn’t count on falling for the moody, dark-winged Watcher from the wrong side of town. Nor does he count on learning that his true enemy lurks closer than he ever imagined. As tensions rise between the celestial clans, will love or vengeance rule?

Romeo and Juliet gets a celestial spin (and a happier ending!) in this duology featuring forbidden love, a ride-or-die demon, a supernatural casino heist, bar brawls, and banter. Intended for readers ages 18+ and best enjoyed when read in the following order: Watcher (Book 1), Messenger (Book 2).

Note: This book ends on a soft cliffhanger and contains some sensitive content. Readers may wish to check the Author’s Note for details.

Click here to view the Coming Soon Trailer for Watcher: (Star-Crossed Celestials Book 1) by A.L. Morrow

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