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Remember to Forget Me (Too Lost to Love Book 1) by Hazel Storm Review By Regina Williams

Remember to Forget Me (Too Lost To Love, #1)Remember to Forget Me by Hazel Storm
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Mental health even today is so taboo, which honestly is so sad the fact that this author not only made it a huge part of this book but showed how you can heal from it is amazing. Addy and Wes were teen lovers that were torn apart in a crazy life altering moment and find each other years later by nothing but faith. They show you have to keep going through your lows to reach your highs. 100% recommend.

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Conveniently Yours (Titans Of Manhattan BOOK 1) by Anise Storm – Review by Regina Williams

Conveniently Yours (Titans Of Manhattan, #1)Conveniently Yours by Anise Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When Caspian and Paisley run into each other after a decade it seems like fate. Caspian is a rich CEO in training with a sick uncle who has a crazy last wish. Paisley is an aspiring artist with a mother in a coma and bills piling up. Can these two rekindle their strange childhood friendship? Can they solve each other’s problems? This story is a rollercoaster ride that everyone should want to jump on board with.

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Imperfectly Yours (Titans of Manhattan Book 2) by Anise Storm – Review by Regina Williams

Imperfectly Yours (Titans of Manhattan #2)Imperfectly Yours by Anise Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is less of a romance and more of a coming into yourself book. There is a romance aspect of it but most of its about the battle of your inner self. Anton and Elsa are both in love with each other but each have their vices, one acting and after a sad turn of events the other turns to drugs. Will they be able to save themselves before they ruin their love for each other? Great writing like always has an awesome storyline.

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Seductively Yours (Titans of Manhattan Book 3) by Anise Storm – Review by Regina Williams

Seductively Yours (Titans Of Manhattan, #3)Seductively Yours by Anise Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Mason is one of the titans of New York with multiple clubs under his belt, he’s young, rich, and enjoying life. He never expected to find someone he could care about for more then a few hours but one night at his club he meets a mysterious girl and they hook up in the bathroom. Plot twist when she shows up to audition at his club. Rhyann is a small town Midwestern girl who wants to dance for a living but she didn’t expect it to be in a club. When life gets crazy though she and her BFF end up auditioning and landing a job working for her one night stand. This book is a whirlwind and keeps you guessing what next. Highly recommend.

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Victoriously Yours (Titans of Manhattan Book 4) by Anise Storm – Review by Regina Williams

Victoriously Yours (Titans Of Manhattan #4)Victoriously Yours by Anise Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book does deserve some trigger warnings so if your sensitive be prepared. However, this book shows how you can overcome trauma and how love can save you. This book definitely plays the heart strings in some of the worse and best ways. I was definitely crying in some parts and enjoying others if you know what I mean. All together an amazing book, I highly recommend.

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Scandalously Yours (Titans of Manhattan Book 5) by Anise Storm – Review by Regina Williams

Scandalously Yours (Titans Of Manhattan #5)Scandalously Yours by Anise Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A medical conference is not a place you expect to find someone but things happen. When newly graduated Ale joins her new hospitals retreat in the Bahamas she meets Kris who is going through an ugly separation/divorce and is also her boss and a titan. This would be messy on its own but throw in a sick child, a custody battle, and a psycho ex what doesn’t go wrong? Can they make it work? Wonderful and exciting writing as always highly recommend.

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This Time Around by Jane Suen – Review by Regina Williams

This Time AroundThis Time Around by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Second chance love story at its purest. When you dream big sometimes you forget to live big and that’s where Katie sees herself. When she ends up back in her home town on a set up date with her ex everything makes sense again. Has it been to long? Has he changed? Will his nephew/son accept her? And what about her new life? Which is the path she will choose? Great book highly recommend.

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Rivals (Mafia Elite Book 7) by Amy McKinley – Review by Regina Williams

Rivals (Mafia Elite, #7)Rivals by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Standing on a beach with a gun pointed at your chest has got to be the strangest proposal, but what is Nicos answer when Mia is determined? Nico and Mia know of each other through name and reputation but something pulls them together. Can these two strangers defeat the odds and the danger? Read this amazing book and find out. You will be on the edge of your seat from page one.

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Kiss a Thief by Marina Hanna – Review by Regina Williams

KISS A THIEFKISS A THIEF by Marina Hanna
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Down on her luck art curator, Mia, meets a handsome man, Dylan, at her galleries showing and they have instant attraction. However, is this good luck or not when an item suddenly gets stolen and Mia is being accused things get crazy. Who will end up on top and who will end up in a jail cell. This book is one crazy ride and shows how peoples insecurities can run their lives but also how you can overcome them. I can’t wait for Marina’s next book.

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Taylor’s Law by Jennifer Raines – Review by Regina Williams

Taylor's LawTaylor’s Law by Jennifer Raines
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Dealing with the loss of her sister after nursing her and raising her daughter. Ella faces a new fear losing the child she’s raised. Will the company who took her parents farm land take her niece too? Or will the new head of the company Jacob take her heart instead? This book brings up so many toxic family issues that a lot of people struggle with and proves that you can take a shitty situation and move on from it and learn from it. 100% recommend.

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