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Forbidden (Tales of Passion, Lust & Betrayal Vol. 1) by Autumn Sand – Review by Randall Murphy

ForbiddenForbidden by Autumn Sand
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Forbidden (Tales of Passion, Lust & Betrayal Vol. 1) by Autumn Sand – Review by Randall Murphy
The setting is unique and very intriguing from the very start. It wasn’t what I expected, but the presentation of the story made it more intriguing and erotic. There is definitely some erotic naughtiness, but there is also some intrigue, disappointment, and pain. The rollercoaster of emotions will have you reviewing how you look at things. It’s not all happily ever after, but there are some edge of your seat moments and several surprises in store. This book is a great bridge between the happily ever after romance group and the hardcore erotica group in how that it has a little of both, but doesn’t fit entirely in either category.

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September Breeze (Cinnamon Bay Romance Book 2) by Nikki Lynn Barrett – Review by Randall Murphy

September Breeze (Cinnamon Bay, #2)September Breeze by Nikki Lynn Barrett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

September Breeze (Cinnamon Bay Romance Book 2) by Nikki Lynn Barrett – Review by Randall Murphy
The setting is a quaint quirky little Bay-side town with all the adorable characters and close-knit environment that normally accompanies them. The plot is deep and had me laughing, smiling, and even misty-eyed at times. This story will draw you in and hold you captivated while it teaches some important life lessons. The characters will make you fall in love with them as well as the story. This story will make you want to know more about the town and the “magic love potion” that the old ladies brag about.

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Siren’s Call: Cursed Seas by Amy McKinley – Review by Randall Murphy

Siren's Call: Cursed SeasSiren’s Call: Cursed Seas by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Siren’s Call: Cursed Seas by Amy McKinley – Review by Randall Murphy
The characters are extremely well defined, and the plot flows very smoothly. The storyline is appealing and really piques the interest of those that like mythology-based books. A good balance is used between building the characters and creating interest in the plot in the early chapters. The anticipation and emotions build throughout and keep the reader interested and glued to the story. The references to established characters such as Zeus, Poseidon, and Ares give the reader an immediate reference point and understanding of the some of the relationships. This a story I would definitely recommend to anyone that enjoyed stories or movies like “Percy Jackson”.

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