A Sun So Bright (Reigning Hearts Book Three) by KG Fletcher – Review by Robin Rankin

A Sun So Bright (Reigning Hearts, #3)A Sun So Bright by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A Sun So Bright by K.G. Fletcher is the third book in the Reigning Hearts series. This one got me in the feels big time.

Fiona the poor little rich girl is so much more than what we saw before. We we get to know the real her and learn why she is the way she is.

Chris is not your average guy. He is an amazing man who would do anything for his Mama and that’s important to us Southern girls.

Chris brings out the best of and the real Fiona and because of him she discovers who she really is and her purpose in life.

I love this book and series and I’m really hoping to see a fourth book and I know who I want the story to be about.

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BELOVED (21st Century Courtesan Book #3) by Pamela DuMond – Review by Robin Rankin

BELOVED (21st Century Courtesan, #3)BELOVED by Pamela DuMond
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Beloved by Pamela DuMond is the third book in the 21st Century Courtesan series.

This is my favorite book of the series so far and I’m dying to see what happens to Evie in the next book. As I was finishing this up Moulin Rouge was on and of course I felt it was fate and had to have it on in the background.

So much happens to Evie in this book and I have no idea where to start. There’s Dylan, Wyatt and Easton all vying to be a part of Evie’s life in some capacity. Her sister Ruby, who I really want to smack for being selfish and throwing everything to Evie. Evie’s mom who is doing better but still has her issues and then there’s the stalker who we learns lot more about.

I have questions about a few things but I have a feeling they will be answered in the next book which needs to hurry up.

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Ink’s Devil (Satan’s Devils MC Colorado Chapter #5) by Manda Mellett – Review by Robin Rankin

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

Ink’s Devil by Manda Mellet is the fifth book in the Satan’s Devils MC Colorado Chapter series.

Holy smokes this book though it seemed longer than others in the series was good. Not sure how the boys in the Devil’s keep getting themselves into suck interesting situations but they do and this one was a big one.

Ink is a happy confirmed batchelor with no plans to change that. Then he meets Beth…..

Beth sees how happy her best friend Mel is with her biker and decides on their wedding night to give it a try.

There was no dull moments in this book and there was some seriously messed up things but I loved it.

I was lucky enough to get into the Colorado chapter from the beginning but I started in Tuscon and love each and everyone of these guys and watching them fall. Can’t wait to see who’s next. I think it will be Liz or Mace, leaning towards Mace and I can’t wait to watch him fall.

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Second Chance (The Flowers in December Trilogy, book 3) by Jane Suen – Review by Robin Rankin

Second Chance (Flowers in December #3)Second Chance by Jane Suen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Second Chance: The Conclusion of the Flowers in December Trilogy by Jane Suen ended this trilogy perfectly.

Connor has figured out that he and Tom belong in their hometown, and Mary Ann Isabella need to part of their lives when they get home. Life doesn’t always work out the way you want it, but every now and again life throws a break your way.

As much as I liked the humans in this story I really had a special place in my heart for the cats. Oh and Mrs. Steele even though she wasn’t a huge part of the story line.

If your looking for a sweet story then I suggest you read this entire series.

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The Fat Girl’s Guide to Loving Your Body by K.L. Montgomery – Review by Robin Rankin

The Fat Girl's Guide to Loving Your BodyThe Fat Girl’s Guide to Loving Your Body by K.L. Montgomery
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Fat Girl’s Guide to Loving Your Body by K.L Montgomery is a book that makes you think. A LOT! For that reason I wanted to hate it, I was able to relate to so much of what she was saying.

I found myself relating to things I had never consciously thought and certainly never verbal said out loud until last night when I mentioned to my husband that I had been reading this book and how much work I have to do. This is one book I plan on reading more than once.

I’m a large woman, have been overweight since puberty hit and my younger daughter is following down the same path. I know I have asked her if she really wanted the food she was about to eat and talked to her about making better decisions. That ends today.

I highly recommend this book and suggest you read it no matter your size or your relationship with food.

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Renegade (The Mercenaries Series Book 1) by Raven White – Review by Robin Rankin

Renegade (The Mercenaries #1)Renegade by Raven White
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Renegade by Raven White is the first book in The Mercenaries Series.

When I was a young hormonal teenager I wished I had an older brother because then he would have friends and at least one of them was bound to be hot and Eliza was lucky enough to have that older brother with the hot friend who also is former military and extremely alpha.

Renegade knows what he has to do and that’s protect Eliza but the pull they have towards one another cannot be denied.

This story has a little bit of everything and I couldn’t put it down. Looking forward to the next book in this series.

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Rule (The Larussio Legacy Book 1) by Via Mari – Review by Robin Rankin

Rule The Larussio Legacy (#1)Rule The Larussio Legacy by Via Mari
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rule by Via Mari is the first book in The Larussio Legacy series and I couldn’t put it down. I don’t know if I’ve read a book with four different points of view, but it totally worked for this book and for me.

I think I fell in love with Chase a little more and now I’m crushing on Giovanni on top of it. He has me intrigued and I want to get to know him more, I think he will be very good for Serena.

Katarina has grown so much since the first book and I have loved reading it and almost found myself beaming like a proud Mama.

I hope I don’t have to wait too long for book two to come out, because I don’t want to wait to find out what happens next.

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Amy’s Santa (Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #1) by Manda Mellett – Review by Robin Rankin

Amy's Santa (Satan's Devils MC Second Generation #1)Amy’s Santa by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Amy’s Santa: Satan’s Devils MC Second Generation #1 by Manda Mellet was a book I couldn’t put down. I was stuck at home sick while the husband was out of town and I normally have a problem focusing on reading when I’m home alone, but not this time. Not sure if it’s due to knowing the characters and a lot of them I have known most of if not all of their lives or because the story grabbed me from the beginning. I’m leaning towards a bit of both.

Holy cow, Amy is all grown up now and has a life of her own outside of Tuscon. Overall life has been good for her until just recently. Her story broke my heart and brought out the protective Mama in me, luckily she has great support from her friends and family even if she hasn’t been exactly forthcoming with everything.

The more books I read about the Satan’s Devil’s the more in love with everyone I fall. So looking forward to this next generation and their stories.

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Hidden Obsession (An Alliance Agency Novel Book 2) by Maddie Wade & India Kells – Review by Robin Rankin

Hidden Obsession (An Alliance Agency Novel #2)Hidden Obsession by India Kells
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hidden Obsession by India Kells and Maddie Wade is the second book in the Alliance Agency series.

Cleo and Mason had serious sparks flying between them in the first book and thankfully they caved. I love Cleo and her free spirit. She is so comfortable with who she is and that is a quality a lot of women don’t have in books or real life. She quickly endeared herself to me and I think she might forever be my favorite, but we’ll see.

Mason is the opposite of Cleo. He’s a stuffy Brit at least at first glance, but we learn a lot about him outside of the office and I liked it.

I loved how the stalker portion of the story kept me guessing until they were finally revealed and wow what a revelation it was.

I’m really loving the series and can’t wait for the next one!

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Summer Break: A Joe Football Novella by Autumn Sand – Review by Robin Rankin

Summer Break: A Joe Football NovellaSummer Break: A Joe Football Novella by Autumn Sand
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Summmer Break: A Joe Football Novella by Autumn Sand got me so pumped about the next book in this series. We get a quick update with Favor, Brice, Jana, Wayne and Cal and what an update it is.

Everyone is on summer break and heading to New York on a roadtrip. Everything started out the way everyone expected but things changed quickly.

It was so nice getting caught up with everyone and get a sneak peak on what the story line for the next book is.

The story flew by, wish it had been a little longer only because I like this group a lot.

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