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Run from Love (Bowser Belles Book 2) by Teddy Cat Hester – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Run from Love: A Bowser Belles Sweet Contemporary RomanceRun from Love: A Bowser Belles Sweet Contemporary Romance by Teddy Cat Hester
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Run from Love (Bowser Belles Book 2) by Teddy Cat Hester
5 stars

So this was a really good book, that while it drops you into the story right away, we get the details needed pretty quickly. I really liked how we got to learn about each character and their reasons for being the way they were. I really felt for Scarlett as she was so scared and needed to be in control of it all and had no idea what to do with her changing heart.
Great read!

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Devil’s Due: Satan’s Devils MC (Colorado Chapter #3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Lisa Brydalski

Devil's Due: Satan's Devils MC Colorado Chapter #3Devil’s Due: Satan’s Devils MC Colorado Chapter #3 by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Devil’s Due is the third book in the Satan’s Devils: Colorado Chapter series by author Manda Mellett. This series just keeps getting better and better. It sucks you in and will not let go until the very end. The characters give you all the feels. From the hero becoming a Nomad to the heroine and her trials and tribulations Ms. Mellett drags the reader from the highest highs to the lowest lows. You can’t help falling in love with them. The secondary characters just add to the story. I love how the brothers band together to help the innocent and I can’t deny that I may have fallen in love with this hero. I can’t wait to see who is next for the Colorado saga. Bravo Ms. Mellett and keep the stories coming!

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Demon’s Angel: Satan’s Devils MC (Colorado Chapter Book 2) by Manda Mellett – Review by Robin Rankin

Demon's Angel: Satan's Devils MC (Colorado Chapter) #2Demon’s Angel: Satan’s Devils MC (Colorado Chapter) #2 by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Demon’s Angel: Satan’s Devils MC is the second book in the Colorado Chapter series by Manda Mellet.

Looks like the love bug that hit Tucson found it’s way to Pueblo when Pal and Jayden moved up there. We’re going watch the club go from a bunch of single bikers to a bunch of giant scary looking teddy bears. The first Colorado member to go down with a fight is Demon.

Demon is the Prez of the MC and has no intention of settling down and getting married. Then he runs into his childhood best friend’s younger sister Violet and all bets are off.

Their story kept me guessing and on the edge of my seat, wait to see what was going to happen and to figure out why it all started. Violet seemed to fit in pretty quick but definitely had assistance.

Not sure how these bikers seem to find all the trouble and come out fairly unscathed but they do and I’m always amazed.

This entire series has been great, and I love this Colordo crew. Can’t wait to watch them all drop like flies.

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Claiming the Cowboy for Christmas (The Hills of Texas Book 4) by Kadie Scott – Review by Chantelle Smith

Claiming the Cowboy for Christmas (Hills of Texas #4)Claiming the Cowboy for Christmas by Kadie Scott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What another brilliant addition to the Hills of Texas Series by Kadie Scott. Each read I have read by Kadie Scott continues to prove me wrong on how much better each one can get, and once again I was totally captivated and entranced by this read from the very start until the end! Each time we get another book from this author she always manages to create characters that are real, relatable and lovable, and a storyline that flows effortlessly. You connect with the characters on another level that makes you thoroughly enjoy following their journey through their ups and downs and hoping that they get their HEA. This is another book you should not miss, I can’t wait to see what else Kadie Scott brings us!

Reviewed By @tillytillzz

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Chicken Scratch (The Sisters, Texas Mystery Series Book 1) by Becki Willis – Review by Kerry Baker

Chicken Scratch (The Sisters, Texas #1)Chicken Scratch by Becki Willis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Chicken Scratch by Becki Willis is the first book in the Sisters Texas Mystery Series. This book is an easy read that will keep you turning the pages. This is the first book that I have read by this author and I can definitely say I enjoyed it. I liked the fact that it wasn’t overly complex and as easy enough to follow along with.
The characters were interesting and I found myself connecting with them quite quickly. The story progressed well – it wasn’t he lost exciting but it certainly kept me reading to find out who the killer was.
As the first read by this author it was a nice gentle introduction and I can certainly say I will be reading more by her in the future.

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Sugar & Spice (Spicetopia Book 1) by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Jessica Leombruno

Sugar & Spice (Spicetopia #1)Sugar & Spice by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

If the blurb doesn’t have you wanting to read this book then let me just tell you – Sugar & Spice doesn’t even begin to describe this book. Cy has never had a “REAL” job and his family has him going uncover in the family theme park. When Cy first lays eyes on Red Velvet Queen “Jolie” he has to know more about this beautiful woman. But will this single mother be able to forgive Cy when/if she finds out who he really is?

I am still a new reader to Phoebe Alexander but this series just became a must-read for me. All the characters were wonderful but there was just something about Cy and Jolie chemistry that made them click. I can’t wait for the rest of the series; it’s going to some fun times at the theme park.

Reviewed by @jbruno26
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My Life Series: Prequel to The Brothers of Camelot by Necie Navone – Review by Debi Kircher

My Life Series: Box Set: Prequel to Brothers of CamelotMy Life Series: Box Set: Prequel to Brothers of Camelot by Necie Navone
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

My Life Series: Prequel to The Brothers of Camelot by Necie Navone

5++++ Stars

I have never read the first book of a series and then 3 smaller books that were a prequel to the actual series but it was completely awesome. This author has a forever fan in me as her writing is out of this world and this series is simply outstanding!! Below a short review of each of these books. This is Aless’s story and what a story it is!!!

Book 1 – My Hidden Life
I was so excited to read this book after finishing The Only One, we got a glimpse of Aless at the end of that book but this story starts when she was a young girl, the daughter of the head of a crime family who wants to shape her into the one that takes over the family when she gets older and marries whoever it is her father decides she will marry.
I highly recommend this story as well as the first in the Brothers of Camelot, I can already tell this whole series is going to be one that I’ll want to reread in the future.

Book 2 – My Tragic Life
Another awesome part of this series…Im so anxious to get to where we meet Aless in the 1st book of Brothers of Camelot I can’t hardly stand it. Aless is totally awesome and I have fallen in love with so many people in these books and just seeing how all of this plays out is like nothing I’ve ever read…I normally don’t like prequels after the fact but this has been done brilliantly in my opinion by this author.
Im left with What is going to happen??? These characters I love so much, how are they going to play in to all of this…the tie in to the first in the Brothers of Camelot is so spot on, I’m just so excited to finish this story but I don’t want it to end either. Like I said this author has me all kinds of messed up.. LOL

Book 3 – My Free Life
I was so scared to start this book because I just knew when I finished Id want to jump right into the second book of The Brothers of Camelot and that is exactly what has happened. I love how this author started the Brothers series and then went into these 3 prequels. The My Life Series was awesome and the way she pulled in the Brothers in this story was brilliant. This author has to have a pile of notes or a white board with all kinds of stuff on it because she didn’t miss anything. Everything ties in perfectly and I truly believe Aless’s story needed to be told and this just has me needing the next book like right now!!
This part of Aless’s story was so full of twists and turns and I just can’t wait to see how this will all play out in her future. She’s probably one of the strongest female leads I have ever read about and I do hope that where she is now and what is to come she is able to find her softer side but I’m thinking that she will still need all of her training because we haven’t experienced yet the reaction to her actions in this story, that transition happened a bit too easy and I have a feeling the repercussions are still to come.

Read this series…It is so amazing and having these in a convenient box set will make it so much easier when I reread them in the future!!!

LOVED LOVED LOVED!!!

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Hitting The High Note (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 3) by C A King – Review by Naomi McDonald

Hitting The High Note (A Four Horsemen Novel Book 3)Hitting The High Note by C.A. King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hitting the High Note is the third book in the Four Horsemen series. Read the previous books in order to get a good grasp on the story thus far.

I enjoyed this story so much. I can totally relate to the part of Bekka that, in her words, “shouldn’t be allowed in public.” I’ve said that about myself so many times. Up until now, we haven’t heard much from Uriel, so it was good to see what he’s really like. Who doesn’t like a man who can use a lasso???

Be prepared for some interesting twists. Everything may not be what it seems.

As with the previous books, the story held my attention and I read it all in one night. I appreciate the thought that went into creating the unique aspects of the powers and the creation myth.

I highly recommend this series. I’m looking forward to the next book so I can find out how it all ends!

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Journeys Through SpaceTime (Journeys Through Book 1) by James Talisman – Review by Karyn Taylor

Journeys Through SpaceTimeJourneys Through SpaceTime by James Talisman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Journeys Through SpaceTime (Journeys Through Book 1) is an outstanding debut novel from James Talisman. In my opinion you would never believe that this was the work of a brand new author. I was majorly impressed by the standard of the writing.
I have never been a fan of science fiction before but have recently started to enjoy books in the fantasy genre. Due to this, I was intrigued by the blurb on this book and wanted to give it a try and I’m so glad that I did as I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
Having read the first couple of ‘chapters’ I was really worried that I was going to struggle with the amount of characters, countries, races, galaxies etc as there is a lot of information to digest but this worry was unfounded. The author writes very clearly and concisely and keeps you well on track with what is going on. The writing is very descriptive and detailed and you can imagine exactly what going on. Please note, if you are going to read this book, there is a lot of bloodshed and violence. I admit to having shivers at some of the more gruesome scenes.
This book will take you on an epic adventure full of danger and intrigue, you won’t want to put it down.

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Run from Love (Bowser Belles Book 2) by Teddy Cat Hester – Review by Lisa Helmick

Run from Love: A Bowser Belles Sweet Contemporary RomanceRun from Love: A Bowser Belles Sweet Contemporary Romance by Teddy Cat Hester
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a sweet sweet story! It is filled with the kind of romance that I love. Oh don’t worry there are other things in there as well. Laughter, silliness, fun, and some cute dogs. I enjoyed how the dogs have active parts in the story. Then there is Noah. Children are gems in stories like these. Also there is the turmoil that causes Scarlett to put a six month limit on a dating someone. When Nick decides that six months isn’t enough…problems arise. Both of these main characters have something in their past that is putting a dampener on their future.

This story was told very well. It drew me in with the range of these characters. I love how the story flowed and easily kept me entertained. Scarlett is a fun female character. She is smart, witty and her own person. Nick is determined. He wants Scarlett and all her zaniness to be his. Oops there is his caveman coming out again. I loved how he acted with Scar. I could really *feel* his love for her.

This is a highly enjoyable story from a new to me author. I would love to read more from her.

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