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Faida (Heartstrings Book 2) by Brooke May – Review by Angela Renee Diaz

FaidaFaida by Brooke May
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Faida has seen a lot with the assignments she has been assigned. So now she is skeptical of love because of what she has witnessed. With Robert being her assignment it could be just what she needs. Robert has been hurt and is real closed off. The only exception is his daughter Alice. So since Robert loves Alice so much. Faida has faith he Robert can love someone else.

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Aiko (The Heartstrings Series Book 1) by Brooke May – Review by Angela Renee Diaz

AikoAiko by Brooke May
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Aiko doesn’t have the best track record. Has her unique way of doing things. Her sisters are concerned that she has a new assignment. When Aiko sees thing are getting out of control she seeks advice. In the end Aiko completes her assignment successfully.

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book 2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Susan Ratchford

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Return to Gallanvaig: Beyond A Quirk Of Destiny
Quirk Of Destiny: Book 2
By: Catherine Greenall
Review by: Susan Ratchford
5 Stars

Amazing! I loved delving deeper into this post-apocalyptic world. I can’t get enough of the Quirk Of Destiny trilogy! This second installment, Return to Gallanvaig, is frightening and emotional with another cliffhanger ending that will have you grasping for the final book in this thrilling series. I know I will be grabbing my copy of Destiny Of Light ASAP! This story really packs a punch, where good vs evil and science fiction meets real science to create a truly unique tale. Return to Gallanvaig really ups the ante with action, danger, and plenty of Genies under the control of Balthazar. I would highly suggest starting with book 1 A quirk of Destiny before reading this book, to get more understanding of Greenall’s world, you will not be disappointed! This series is truly a can’t miss for all sci fi lovers!

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The Final Bite by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Kassandra

The Final BiteThe Final Bite by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I liked the plot. I didn’t expect the book to end so quickly after the climax. I wanted to read more! This book had great world building!

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The Final Bite by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Ashley Cooper Hammontree

The Final BiteThe Final Bite by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Highly recommend for readers who like short stories with suspense and interesting twists. With vampires, magic, werewolves, and ghosts, you don’t know what else will be thrown your way! Short, to the point, and with fated mates, you can not go wrong with this book. If only it was a little longer, but there’s plenty other stories by the author to keep us going!

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Return to Gallanvaig (A Quirk of Destiny Book #2) by Catherine Greenall – Review by Angela Hayes

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

4 Stars

 

Return to Gallanvaig: Beyond A Quirk of Destiny is the second intriguing book in the Apocalyptic (A Quirk of Destiny) Trilogy by Catherine Greenall. This is a gripping dystopian post-apocalyptic thriller with real scientific details as well as sci-fi elements, action, danger, agendas, the paranormal, good vs evil, sinister foes, and plenty of dramatic developments.
As I said with the first instalment, the story certainly packs a punch as Ms. Greenall cleverly weaves a dynamic, detailed, and incredibly descriptive story and paints a truly believable and dramatic picture. I can see this trilogy making a great dystopian movie or TV series.
This book picks up the story we began in Book one, so if you haven’t read the first book yet I highly recommend that you do, as there is a lot of important plot contained in Book #1 that you should know in order to fully understand and appreciate this second instalment- it is a continuing storyline.
If you love intense, post-apocalyptic stories with a highly original plot, environmental messages, believability, danger, and plenty of action- then this is definitely the book/series for you.
This story ends on another cliffhanger, so I can’t wait to get my hands on Book #3 to find out how everything plays out!
Happy Reading!

Thank you, Catherine Greenall!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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Master Catteneo (Masters of the Consulate Book 5) by Sylvia Black – Review by Ashley Hasting

Master CatteneoMaster Catteneo by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the fifth book in the series from the fabulous author! I love her books and especially this series! We now move to our next potential mate bond, Master Catteneo and Allesia. A psychic and a mafia vampire. What can go wrong, or right, or both? Their romance is so good to read, the drama in here ties to all the other books but can still be read as a standalone with just enough information. Seriously a great series!!!

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Master Catteneo (Masters of the Consulate Book 5) by Sylvia Black – Review by Anna Hirsch

Master CatteneoMaster Catteneo by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Master Catteneo (Masters of the Consulate Book 5) by Sylvia Black
4 Stars

The hunt for Isala continues. This is the fifth instalment in this series but it can be read as a stand-alone. Master Catteneo is leading the search for Descalia’s mate. Fate has thrown in his path a beautiful psychic that takes his breath away. As frustrating as she is, she evokes feelings in him that he has never felt before. Alessia has always been fascinated by vampires. When Catteneo comes knocking seeking her grandmother’s help, she realizes he makes her temperature rise in more ways than one. Destiny calls but can these two put aside their doubts and survive the danger?

This is an I tense story with danger lurking around every corner. It has a bit of everything; vampires, witches, danger and romance. It will grip you from the beginning and leave you begging for more. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.

Review by @Anna Hirsch
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Master Catteneo (Masters of the Consulate Book 5) by Sylvia Black – Review by Hannah Porter

Master CatteneoMaster Catteneo by Sylvia Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

After reading the fourth book of the Masters of the Consulate series ,Master Romano I went back and binged read books 1-3 (even though you don’t have to have to. It can be read as a standalone) while I waited for this one (Master Catteneo ) to come out. I was soooo excited when it dropped. I couldn’t read it fast enough. It was hard to put down once you started. Alessia was a firecracker from the start and I loved it, especially since she’s a human in the world of Paranormal. And Master Catteneo what can I say another sexy vampire 😍. Sylvia Black is such an amazing author. I really loveeeee all her work🥰. February is truly to far away 😭
Ps Isala 🙄lol ugh

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Master Catteneo (Masters of the Consulate Book 5) by Sylvia Black – Review by Dr. Anya Schultz

Master CatteneoMaster Catteneo by Sylvia Black
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Master Catteneo was another great vampire romance by this author. I believe I had read most of this series and I just love it. This story starts with Overmaster Descalia (head of the vampires) mate being kidnapped by her sister who is trying to take over the underworld and overthrow the vampires. If you have read any of these stories, you know that the vampire men love their mates something fierce. Master Catteneo is also a head of a vampire territory and is helping to find his leader’s mate. He decides that he is going to get help from a respected “seer” in his territory. What he didn’t expect was the woman’s granddaughter, Alessia. Master Catteneo is not worried about the stories he has heard about the granddaughter because he is known as the life bachelor of vampire masters. Alessia also has many of the “seer” abilities and while trying to help the vampires find the mate, she realizes she has a mental connection to Catteneo. This connection could be the direct line they need to fine Overmaster’s mate. Can they learn to trust each other, trust the love and connection that is developing, and see past the fact that she is human?
I enjoyed this story. I won’t say it is my favorite in the series, but it still had loveable characters and a strong female presence. I liked that one of the characters was human, Alessia was sassy, smart, and assertive. I feel the connection between the two was good but super fast and unrealistic in nature. There was no process of thought before they were getting together physically – even after all this talk about trying to understand what the connection was, etc. I also think is it one of the more sexually tame editions in the series. They also kind of leave it as a cliff hanger. Granted, the story of Alessia and Catteneo did finish, but when I read the last page and turned, I expected more and it just ended. Now, I know I will end up reading the others, but I never felt the other stories ended in this way.

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