The Inheritance, The Story of an Unlikely Submissive AUDIO BOOK by India Kells – Review by Robin Rankin

The Inheritance: The Story of an Unlikely Submissive by India Kells

I was intrigued by this book when reading the synopsis so I thought I would give it a try since I have liked everything by Ms. Kells I have read or listened to so far.

The storyline was really good, I wish it had gone a little longer.  The narrator’s voice would get me so into the story that I would find myself stopping what I was doing just to listen more intently.

I hope to have the opportunity to listen to more by both. My

Twisted Throttle (Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Robin Rankin

Twisted Throttle (Satan's Devils MC Second Generation #3)Twisted Throttle by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Twisted Throttle: Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #3  by Manda Mellett

I have no idea how many of the Satan’s Devils books I have read, but I love the original series and the spinoffs. The second generation books may be my favorite since we have “known” these kids since they were born and now they are all grown up and following down their own paths.

Of the second generation this may be my favorite.   I really had a hard time putting this one down.  I was caught up in the story and wanted to see what was going to happen next and I was not disappointed.

Throttle is blindsided more than once and I was happy to see him meet his match.  Oh and the stalker!  Wow, did not see that interesting bombshell until it exploded.

I cannot recommend this book enough.  I floved it and can’t wait for her next book to drop.

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Auctioned (Billionaire Bodyguards Book 3) by Via Mari – Review by Robin Rankin

Auctioned (Billionaire Bodyguards, #3)Auctioned by Via Mari
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Auctioned (Billionaire Bodyguards Book 3): Dark Billionaire Mafia Romance by Via Mari

Three of the bodyguards have fallen and Matt’s story had been my favorite until I read this one.

Damian falls hard and fast when it come to Bryanna.  I’m not sure if it was their circumstances or if he just knew she was the one.  But we all know that love isn’t no matter the situation.

Bryanna is extremely brave and loyal, almost to a fault but she is fierce when her heart is all in.

I’m looking forward to getting time to continue reading this series and getting caught up.

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Forged by Secrets (Deadly Isles Special Ops, book 3) by Amy McKinley – Review by Robin Rankin

Forged by Secrets (Deadly Isles Special Ops, #3)Forged by Secrets by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Forged by Secrets (Deadly Isles Special Ops Book 3) by Amy McKinley

I have a serious crush on all three of the Hale Brothers,  but I think Tyler has been my favorite from the beginning.   After reading this book it solidified Tyler as number one.

Malina has so much from her past that I never would have expected.  She has lots of secrets from her past that nobody knows, even her childhood best friend.

Tyler is the ultimate protector and he proves it.  He is a Navy SEAL who will protect his Country and those important to him.

There are so many things to say, but not sure where to start and don’t want risk giving anything away.

If you haven’t read anything by her I highly recommend anything she has written.  I have read several of her books and there is a connection between this series and the Grey Ghost series but can be read as a standalone.

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Can Dreams Come True? (The Cecily Taylor Series Book 1) by Krysten Lindsay Hager – Review by Robin Rankin

Can Dreams Come True? (The Cecily Taylor Series Book 1)Can Dreams Come True? by Krysten Lindsay Hager
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Can Dreams Come True? (The Cecily Taylor Series Book 1) by Krysten Lindsay Hager

I enjoyed this book, but feel so old right now.  It got me thinking back to when I was the same age as Cecily.  What girl didn’t dream of meeting her famous crush?  I remember my best friend and I talking about us meeting the flavor of the month at a concert and going from there.

The difference here is Cecily actually got to meet her famous crush and it couldn’t have gone any better.   Andrew seems to be a really good guy, not pushing her into more than friendship.  But they are so very different even though they are just a year apart and his “friends” are so not what Cecily is used to or need.

I’m very interested to see how this plays out.  I’m not convinced he is the right one but I guess we will see.

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10 Days by KJ Holliday – Review by Robin Rankin

10 Days10 Days by KJ Holliday
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

10 Days by KJ Holliday

This book had me laughing from the very beginning and even though there were some serious moment thrown in, they did not detract from the humor throughout the book.

Alex is a male version me in so many ways.  Lives for coffee and food and is highly allergic to the great outdoors.   But unlike me he starts to like his fact finding adventures with Luke and Penny while in nature.

Penny is so much more than she first appeared to be,  and I liked that vulnerability being shown and noticed by Alex.

I really enjoyed this book and will be keeping my eye out for others by this author.

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8 Second Ride by Shannon Nemechek – Review by Robin Rankin

8 Second Ride8 Second Ride by Shannon Nemechek
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

8 Second Ride by Shannon Nemechek

I seem to be on a cowboy kick right now, this is one of the few I have read or listened to over the last few weeks.  This book was a very quick read and I was surprised when I hit the end.  It flew by as I got lost in the story.

Tuck had the patience of a Saint while dealing with Jessie and her antics, though he had no idea what he was really getting while dealing with her.

Jessie was a brat, but the reason almost makes sense to me. I guess the old lady in me sees things differently now than I did at that age.

I wish this had been a bit longer,  but that’s mostly because I’m nosey and want to know what happens next.

If you have an hour or so to yourself,  give this book a try.

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Strings Attached: A Braebeach Rock Romance by Loriana Cappello – Review by Robin Rankin

Strings AttachedStrings Attached by Loriana Cappello
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Strings Attached: A Braebeach Rock Romance by Loriana Cappello

I absolutely love Ash and Calla and want more of them and the other guys in Koolum Law.

I was expecting the typical Romance, but this book was so much more than that.  The depth of all the characters not just the main ones was great.  I know each one of the boys has their own story and I can’t wait to read them.

I don’t know if there was one part that was my favorite, but I loved their stolen moments at the pier.  I think those moments helped build the relationship to what it was.

Now I have to sit and wait.

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Hacker (The Mercenaries Series) by Nadine Travers – Review by Robin Rankin

Hacker (The Mercenaries, #2)Hacker by Raven White
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hacker: The Mercenaries Series Book 2 by Nadine Travers

I had a busy week and weekend but all I could think about was getting a chance to sit and read this book.   I couldn’t get this story out of my mind and wanted to know what will happen next and finally stayed in bed as late as possible to relax and read this book.

This book has some humor, romance, steamy moments, suspense and then the ending which I was quite pleased with.

I felt a connection to Marie, especially with her relationship with her little sister.  The age difference between her and her sister are the same and the need to take care of her was also there.  She would do absolutely anything for her sister even if it meant she would never find her happiness.

Hacker was a lot more than I would expected.  Normally guys who are connected to their computers do interact with people very well but Hacker seems to not have that issue.

I cannot wait for the next book, wonder which guy falls next.

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A Hole (Alpha Bet Guys Book 1) by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Robin Rankin

A Hole (Alpha Bet Guys Book 1)A Hole by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Hole (Alpha Bet Guys Book 1) by Phoebe Alexander

Book one in the series and I’m ready to start the second since I know it will be as good as the first.  I loved this book!  I laughed more times than I expected and I then needed to take a break from reading to refocus.

Ace was amazingly charming and seemed a bit bashful while trying to charm Ella.  His friends were entertaining and I’m looking forward to reading the stories about how each one of these boys falls.

I love how confident Ella’s was for being a curvy woman  I know there are a lot of curvy women out there with an amazing amount of confidence, but I’m not one of them.  I could only dream of having Ella’s confidence.

I have been fortunate enough to read several books by Ms. Alexander and she hasn’t disappointed me yet.

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