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Bake Believe by Cori Cooper – Review by Rachel Moss

Bake BelieveBake Believe by Cori Cooper
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bake Believe by Cori Cooper was a really good read! This was an interesting novel, with a very unique storyline I haven’t encountered before. This book is definitely written for younger kids and young adults, but it’s a novel I feel like any age could and would enjoy. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this novel, but wanted to love and roll my eyes at the melodrama that comes with being a teenager from the main character Cat. Another great thing about this book is the recipes that are included after each chapter! They made me want to start baking while I was reading this novel. I thought this was a very cute and sweet book and I can’t wait to read more from this author in the future!

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Southland Academy for Supernatural Youth by Sandra Tentler and Brooke Tentler – Review by Rachel Moss

Southland Academy for Supernatural YouthSouthland Academy for Supernatural Youth by Sandra Tentler
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Southland Academy for Supernatural Yoith by Sandra Tentler and Brooke Tentler was a really good read! This was a very quick read to me, and a cute one at that, and I thoroughly enjoyed it! It had some humor to it, and all the characters were very well written with some amazing personalities. I loved seeing how they developed throughout the story and prevailed at the end. This is definitely a story for everyone, and is a very easy, quick and light read. I would definitely read more from these great authors in the future, and I would absolutely love to revisit these characters again in the future, with another story!

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Luminoso (The Luminara Series, Book 4) by SJ Molloy – Review by Rachel Moss

Luminoso (Luminara, #4)Luminoso by S.J. Molloy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Luminoso (Book 4 of the Luminara Series) by SJ Molloy was a great read! This book could be VERY triggering for some however, so be cautious when reading not only this book but the whole series. Once you get past all the triggers and pages of sex, the storyline is incredible. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this series however due to some events that transpired in this book, I may not continue this series. But again, besides all the triggering content this series has been really good and I have for the most part really enjoyed reading. I can’t wait to read more from this author in the future, hopefully with some less troubling content involved.

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Love by Design (The Meraki Series Book 2) by Effie Kammenou – Review by Rachel Moss

Love by Design (The Meraki series, #2)Love by Design by Effie Kammenou
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Love By Design (Book Two in the Meraki Series) by Effie Kammenou was a great read! I feel like this series can be read as a standalone, as I enjoyed it that way. This book was very interesting, and kept me interested and enthralled from the first page. I really enjoyed the first book in this series when I read it, and I’m very happy to say this book was just as good if not better than the first. I also loved all the destination stuff that was involved throughout this novel. It added another element to this story that made it even better. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series!

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Try Right (Aloha Series book 3) by Jill Brashear – Review by Rachel Moss

Try RightTry Right by Jill Brashear
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Try Right (Aloha Series Book 3) by Jill Brashear was a really good read! I enjoyed this period piece set in the ’60s. I felt like i was right there in that time period with Claudia and Henry. I was instantly grabbed by this novel as soon as I opened it, from from first page. I also felt like I was right there in Hawaii and I absolutely loved it. I loved these characters and this plot line. I really want to go back and read the first two books that were in this series now. I’m so glad I grabbed this book to read!

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Love Unexpected by Marina Hanna – Review by Rachel Moss

Love UnexpectedLove Unexpected by Marina Hanna
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Love Unexpected by Marina Hanna was a really good read! The story keeps you engrossed, and it’s full if steam and sass. This also felt like a very quick read to me as well. It seemed very well written to me, and the characters were also very fascinating. It felt a lot like reading Fifty Shades of Grey to me. If you like reading contemporary romances that have a slight twist this is the novel for you! I’m glad I read this book and I thoroughly enjoyed the ride it took me on.

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Bovine Tricks (Royals Gone Rogue Book 1) by Seelie Kay – Review by Rachel Moss

Bovine TricksBovine Tricks by Seelie Kay
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bovine Tricks (Royals Gone Rogue Book 1) by Seelie Kay was an interesting read. I’m not going to lie, this wasn’t my favorite. I didn’t care so much for the content, I personally felt like it was very weird and the beginning was off putting for me. However, it got much better towards the end. I was easily sucked in, once I got over the initial shock of the hucow and bovine fetishes. This book was well written and had a lot of adventure thrown in. I’m not sure how I like the ending. I felt like it ended on a cliff hanger, and then it also didn’t. It’s hard to describe without spoilers. I would read the next book in The series, just to see what happens next!

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The Earl and the Peahen (The Scarlet Salon Book 5) by Jean Wilde – Review by Rachel Moss

The Earl and the PeahenThe Earl and the Peahen by Jean Wilde
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Earl and the Peahen (The Scarlet Salon Book 5) by Jean Wilde was another great read in this series! This book can be read as a stand alone, or at least I take it to be read that way. This one I think was more entertaining to me than the fourth book I read. I’ve only read this book and the fourth one as of yet. This one was entertaining, and steamy, and grabbed me from the very beginning. I enjoyed reading Jane’s tale in this book. I can’t wait to read more from this author and I hope there’s more installments to this series as well!

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A Gentleman’s Stipulation (The Scarlet Salon Book 4) by Jean Wilde – Review by Rachel Moss

A Gentleman's Stipulation (The Scarlet Salon, #4)A Gentleman’s Stipulation by Jean Wilde
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A Gentleman’s Stipulation (The Scarlet Salon Book 4)  by Jean Wilde was a really good read! This book is part of a series, but if there were any past events that contributed to the storyline I didn’t notice or couldn’t tell so I would say this book can be read as a stand-alone novel. I loved the storyline of this novel, and the characters and events that transpired. I was instantly taken with this novel, regardless of not reading the previous installments. My only complaint were character names. I wish there was more clarification on the characters or an index of some sort. I stayed lost with the names for half of the book. Other than that I really enjoyed reading this novel and can’t wait to read more.

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Seductive Prey (Relentless #1) by Vivian Fiano – Review by Rachel Moss

Seductive Prey (Relentless #1)Seductive Prey by Vivian Fiano
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Seductive Prey by Vivian Fiano was an incredible read! I was enthralled with this novel from the very beginning. This was a steamy, interesting, suspenseful thriller of a novel. This book ends on a cliffhanger, as warned in the Synopsis, and I can’t wait to read the next installment! This book had me hanging on until the very last word and had me up reading later than I should. This is first I’ve read from this author before and I definitely can’t wait to read more in the future!

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