Ruthless Hawke (The Hawke Family Second Generation Book 1) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Robin Rankin

Ruthless Hawke (The Hawke Family Second Generation Book 1)Ruthless Hawke by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ruthless Hawke: A Second Chance Secret Baby Romance (The Hawke Family Second Generation Book 1)

Oh my goodness, where do I start? If you read the Prequel (which I highly recommend) then you know the history. If you thought that was good wait until you read this book.

Some books take me some time to get really into, but not this time and not with any books by Ms. McNamee. She grabs me from word one and refuses to let go and I find myself thinking about her books days later.

I don’t even know where to start but there are some moments you will have to stop to pick your jaw up off the ground.

I’m so glad I have the Hawke Family back in my life and I’m counting the the time until the next book is released. You absolutely must read this book.

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Shameless Love (The Bennetts of Langston Falls Book 2) by KG Fletcher – Review by Robin Rankin

Shameless Love (The Bennetts of Langston Falls, #2)Shameless Love by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Shameless Love: A Small Town Opposites Attract Romance (The Bennetts of Langston Falls Book 2)

You can’t get much more opposite than Walt and Elyse, he is a true Southern gentleman and she is a city girl through and though but they work so well together.

All of the Bennett boys are great men, but Walt seems to be something incredibly special. He loves his family with his whole heart and then some. But when he and Elyse meet lightening strikes.

Elyse is only doing her job as a producer and she gets so much more than ever could have expected.

I really enjoyed every moment while reading this story. Ms. Fletcher is one of the authors I will read without looking at the synopsis and have not been let down.

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Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers Book 4) by Belinda Williams – Review by Robin Rankin

Cry Baby (Pierce Brothers, #4)Cry Baby by Belinda Williams
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Cry Baby: A Grump Sunshine Slow Burn Romantic Comedy (Pierce Brothers Book 4)

Crying is what I feel like doing knowing I have to say bye to the brothers. I have fallen a little in love with each of them for totally different reasons.

Noah was so hard for me to get any vibes on in the previous books but now I know why. It’s crazy how the brothers were all raised basically the same way but the loss of their Mom impacted them into their adult lives and Noah’s way was to retreat.

Amy is trust into Noah’s life when he desperately needed help. She was there to save the day amongst other things.

I loved seeing Noah progress and evolve throughout the book. He was finally able to move forward after so many years.

I have had the pleasure of reading several books by Ms. Williams and enjoyed every single one. Looking forward to reading more by her in the future. Maybe a spinoff from this series so we can catch up with the boys and their lives???

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Real Movie Hero (Green Brotherhood: SEAL Team XII Book 2) by Debra Parmley – Review by Robin Rankin

Real Movie HeroReal Movie Hero by Debra Parmley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Real Movie Hero (Green Brotherhood: SEAL Team XII Book 2)

The way Christie and Reed meet is anything but ideal but at the same time trauma can help bring two people together.

What starts out as one of the worst nights of her life ends up turning into a completely different story for the two of them.

I think Reed is my favorite so far, could be the Texas thing but I think it is more than that. Another short but interesting story about this SEAL team and can’t wait to see who falls next.

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Echoing Hearts (The Echo Series Book 1) by C.R. Alam – Review by Robin Rankin

Echoing Hearts (Book 1 of The Echo Series)Echoing Hearts by C.R. Alam
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Echoing Hearts (The Echo Series Book 1)

I think I’m in love. Dean and Rae spoke to me, especially Rae. I felt every ounce of her pain as I read about her family and how her friends became the family she needed and deserved.

Where Rae’s young life was difficult, Dean’s was pretty ideal and reminded me of my husband’s family. Parents were present and an important part of the kids life. But he too has been hurt.

As much as I loved them I found myself quite frustrated with them for not just talking to one another about their feelings.

I’m so looking forward to reading the next book and getting caught up with everyone. Think this is a series I will make sure to keep up with.

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Three Made In Heaven (Made In Heaven #1) by Elena Kincaid – Review by Robin Rankin

Three Made in Heaven (Made in Heaven, #1)Three Made in Heaven by Elena Kincaid
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Three Made In Heaven (Made In Heaven #1)

Maddie, Cole and Charlie have a once in a lifetime if we’re lucky bond with one another. They have watched one another grow up over fifteen years but only in their dreams until dreams become reality.

This was an interesting and steamy story about soul mates. There were some incredibly hot moments that required me to take a minute before I hopped back in to see what would happen next.

I look forward to reading more by Ms. Kincaid in the future.

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Evan (Billionaire Blind Dates Book 2) by Toni Denise – Review by Robin Rankin

Evan (Billionaire Blind Dates #2)Evan by Toni Denise
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Evan: A Steamy Billionaire Workplace Contemporary Romance (Billionaire Blind Dates Book 2)

It has been a while since I have finished a book as quickly as I finished this one since life has been so crazy for me but this is one I had to get finished to find out what was going to happen next.

Kayla’s restaurant business is taking off and things are going well, until they aren’t. Evan tries to be her knight when things get bad.

Evan like most of the guys is genuinely a good guy, but things are definitely trying for him. His first two dates are disasters and it makes him reluctant to go on the third understandably.

I really enjoyed reading this book and the series so far. I’m looking for to all of the remaining books, but none as much as Luke’s story there is something going on there and I can’t wait to find out what it is.

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Savage Start (Hidden Valley Elite Prequel) by Isla Vaughn – Review by Robin Rankin

Savage Start: A High School Bully Romance: Hidden Valley Elite PrequelSavage Start: A High School Bully Romance: Hidden Valley Elite Prequel by Isla Vaughn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Savage Start: A High School Bully Romance: Hidden Valley Elite Prequel

If this tease I mean prequel is what you expect from this series I cannot wait for this series to be released.

Riley is new to town, and accustomed to being the new girl. She has moved a lot through her life, though her Mom says this time is different.

Cole’s life should be ideal. Beachfront home, popular and one of the star football players and has everything, at least that is what you would expect.

I’m excited to see what this new author brings and I know if there as good as this the. I will not be disappointed.

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StoryTeller’s Tale (Wretched Soulz MC) by Manda Mellett – Review by Robin Rankin

StoryTeller's Tale: Wretched Soulz MCStoryTeller’s Tale: Wretched Soulz MC by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

StoryTeller’s Tale: Wretched Soulz MC

I know this book was written as part of a series based on an actual signing event (which I was hoping to attend, but can’t) but I am so hopeful that this is the beginning of a Wretched Soulz series.

This is the only author of MC books I will read without question. There is just some about her writing that grabbed me and will not let me go.

Storyteller is quite an appropriate name for him. Though a nomad he keeps his brother entertained when he is around, but those stories don’t hold a candle to what happens to him in real life.

Just when I think she may run out of ideas or characters she gives another gem.

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Saving the Bellydancer (Green Brotherhood: SEAL Team XII Book 3) by Debra Parmley – Review by Robin Rankin

Saving the Bellydancer (Green Brotherhood: SEAL Team XII Book 3)Saving the Bellydancer by Debra Parmley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Saving the Bellydancer (Green Brotherhood: SEAL Team XII Book 3)

Another enjoyable but done too soon read about the hot and alpha SEALS.

Cutter is a good guy who wants to avoid getting burned again. He being a SEAL means he is willing to go further than the average man to protect his loved ones. He learned how far he would need to go.

Zarifah loves to dance, it has brought her so much happiness over the years, but it has also caused her pain but not the way you think.

A fast standalone that references the earlier books, but it doesn’t take long to figure out who is who. Looking forward to the next one.

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Throwing the Curve (Playing for Keeps Book 2) by Lauren Fraser – Review by Robin Rankin

Throwing the CurveThrowing the Curve by Lauren Fraser
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Throwing the Curve (Playing for Keeps Book 2)

I now can’t wait for baseball season! This book not only got me excited about the season but I enjoyed reading it.

Peyton is the absolute best person. She does everything possible to serve as a good example to the kids she works with and is just a genuine person. If she could only read people a little better.

Ryan is very judgey, but after finding out about his past it sort of make sense, though I think he went a little too far. Overall he is a pretty amazing guy and just as genuine as Peyton.

I think I have found a new series to follow and see which guy falls next.

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Hit on You by Brooke May – Review by Robin Rankin

Hit on YouHit on You by Brooke May
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hit on You

The first chapter can make or break a book sometimes. If it’s amazing then get sucked in early and if it’s not good you struggle to continue and sometimes you don’t. This book definitely fell into the former. I started reading in bed one evening and next thing I knew I was almost a quarter of the way through the book.

I was able to connect to Luke a lot more than. I would have wanted. Her mother was good at putting herself first and her children were after thoughts on a good day and because of that Luke is determined to be the exact opposite and though it’s good in theory it has it’s draw backs.

Nikolai is a big sexy Russian and will do anything to protect what is his.

This book hit all the boxes for me and I look forward to reading more by this author.

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Handle With Care (Chase Care Book 1) by R.L. Dunn – Review by Robin Rankin

Handle With Care (Chase Care Book 1)Handle With Care by R.L. Dunn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Handle With Care (Chase Care Book 1)

I was surprised by how much happened in this book. Life in New Orleans would be interesting enough, but then Selma heads to Africa to help out with medical care and there isn’t a dull moment for her. Definitely kept my nose in the book to find out what happens.

Hunter and Selma have known each other for a long time. Started as co-workers and that grew to a very close and deep friendship and somewhere along the way it shifted again.

I really liked being able to relate age wise to both Hunter and Selma. Life is so different when you’re close to 50 than what it was at 25 and I’m sure falling in love with someone is even more different.

I think this is going to be a great series to keep up with and I’m looking forward to see what happens next.

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Sharing His Nanny (Forever Our Girl Book 2) by Tori Chase – Review by Robin Rankin

Sharing His Nanny (Forever Our Girl, #2)Sharing His Nanny by Tori Chase
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Sharing His Nanny: A Curvy Girl Reverse Harem Romance (Forever Our Girl Book 2)

This is not my go to sub genre but thought I would read it for a change of pace. I’m not at all sorry I did. I’m one who has a hard time focusing on anything else once a book has captured my attention, and this one got me. I found myself up reading way too late on a work night, but thankfully I was working from home so I could sleep a bit later.

Stella is a Goddess, she’s plus size and not ashamed and make no apologies for it. She has principles and sticks by them even if she’s hurting herself in the process. In this case it definitely was a win for her.

Charles is would a little too tight even during what is supposed to a month of debauchery with his best friends and any women they can find. Their plans quickly shifted and they have no idea how wonderful it will end up being.

I throughly enjoyed this and would definitely read this and other books by this author. Love finding unexpected gems.

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Chasing Redemption (The Quimby Grove Series Book 2) by Shannon Nikole – Review by Robin Rankin

Chasing Redemption (Quimby Grove #2)Chasing Redemption by Shannon Nikole
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Chasing Redemption: A Small Town, Romantic Suspense (The Quimby Grove Series Book 2)

As much as I loved Beckett and Ellawyn’s story I think I loved Max and Marley’s just a bit more.

There are so many little things that happen and bring the story together and make it that much better for me. I hated having to work because that meant I wasn’t able to continue reading this great book.

Max kept thinking about the one who got away without so much as a name which ended up being his only regret. Marley is in the same boat, thinking about that amazing nameless guy.

I have been nothing but impressed with this author. She has two books under belt including this one and you would never know it while reading her work. I cannot wait to read her next book, I think she can go far.

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My Pearl Heart by J.N. Sheats – Review by Robin Rankin

My Pearl HeartMy Pearl Heart by J.N. Sheats
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

My Pearl Heart

I have very mixed feelings about this book. I really like Jasmine, and the writing overall, but I found myself getting angry while reading and it shocked me to gave such a strong reaction to parts of the story along with characters. I usually have hearts in my eyes and smiles when I’m reading.

Jasmine needs to be loved plain and simple. She has lost so much and dealt with heart break for far too long.

James isn’t a bad guy, but he has definitely made some very bad decisions including the one he made just before we are introduced to him.

It was hard putting this one down since I couldn’t wait to see what happened. I would definitely read something written by her again, especially curious to see if i react the same way.

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Underboss’s Retaliation (Sicilian Gods Book 2) by Via Mari – Review by Robin Rankin

Underboss's Retaliation (Sicilian Gods Book 2)Underboss’s Retaliation by Via Mari
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Underboss’s Retaliation: Dark Mafia Romance (Sicilian Gods Book 2)

I am completely obsessed with the Larussio family. This is a long time obsession and it isn’t getting any better.

Dominic Larussio is dangerous in so many different ways and we see how dangerous he can be to his enemies and to his loved ones.

Emelia is exactly what Dominic needed without either of them realizing it. She is a spitfire and doesn’t go down without a fight.

I am a longtime fan of this author and with each book she gets better and better. I can’t wait to see who falls next and what kind of trouble finds them.

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Married Blind (King of Screen Book 2) by Morgana Bevan – Review by Robin Rankin

Married Blind (Kings of Screen, #2)Married Blind by Morgana Bevan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Married Blind: A Marriage of Convenience Hollywood Romance (Kings of Screen Book 2)

What a read! I managed to read this while sick in between my naps and may have dropped my phone/kindle on my face once or twice.

I fell in love with Finn and Abi almost immediately. She would do anything to help her sister and he would do anything to save his career, but the reality shoe he gets roped into may be his limit.

Lots of laughs and colorful characters as well as some tears. Now that I have found these four men I have no intention of forgetting them.

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The Husbands by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Robin Rankin

The HusbandsThe Husbands by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Husbands

What an introduction from a new to me author. I was intrigued by the description and decided to give it a try and I’m not regretting my decision.

You think the book is heading one way and it then takes a turn which I loved. Augustine and Dorian’s lives are changed in a split second and they have no idea the impact for quite some time.

This is definitely not like a book I have read before and I enjoyed that more than I expected to. Hope I get a chance to read more in the future.

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Falling Home (Buckeye Falls Book 1) by Libby Kay – Review by Robin Rankin

Falling HomeFalling Home by Libby Kay
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Falling Home: A Buckeye Falls Novel

I think I may have fallen in love with Buckeye Falls while reading this book. The idea of cold does nothing for me but thus is definitely a town I could see myself spending summer months in and maybe a quick trip at Christmas for the Jubilee.

Growing up in a large metro area I have never understood the appeal of the hustle and bustle and I still don’t get it. There is something refreshing about a small town and Buckeye Falls definitely falls into that category.

This was a great second chance romance, Max and Ginny are so good together even when they aren’t necessarily together and oh my even if Harold is closer to may age, how adorable is he? Oh and Mona too.

This is the second book I have had the pleasure to read by this author recently, and I’m definitely becoming a fan.

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Night Hawke (The Hawke Family Second Generation Prequel) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Robin Rankin

Night Hawke (The Hawke Family Second Generation #0.5)Night Hawke by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Night Hawke: (A Second Generation Hawke Family Prequel) (The Hawke Family Second Generation)

I know this was meant as a treat to those of us who are familiar with the Hawke family, but to me it was a giant tease but in the most pleasurable way.

I have loved this family since the first book with the first generation, and I have a feeling my love for them is only going to grow.

I don’t want to discuss specifics to avoid giving anything away but oh my do I want to talk about them. The pool game is definitely something that stood out.

I cannot wait until February for the series to officially kick off. If you are familiar with this series then definitely add this book to your TBR, if not please don’t waste anymore time and get started at the beginning so you’re ready for this Generation.

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The Hawke Family Complete Collection by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Robin Rankin

The Hawke Family Complete CollectionThe Hawke Family Complete Collection by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Hawke Family Complete Collection

This series is absolutely addicting. Savage Collision was my introduction to the author and I was hooked almost from the beginning, the fact it takes place in New Orleans made me live it a bit more.

Savage Collision – Danika Eriksson is a reporter for the Times and she barges into Savage Hawke’s office to confront him for “forcing” her sister to work at his club and drop out of school at Tulane.

Tortured Skye – Skye Hawke is Savage’s younger sister who has been emotionally withdrawn from her family and everyone after her twin sister Star was killed in an accident. Gabe Anderson is Savage’s childhood best friend and has watched Skye grow from a kid into the beautiful woman.

Stone Sober – Stone has an ego the size of Texas and doesn’t do anything to hide it but he seriously meets the one person to stand up to him and bring him to his knees all at once. Stone’s successful, financially stable and a total Alpha which adds to the hotness level. There were twists I didn’t see coming. I believe my jaw hit the ground during on particular scene

Building Storm – Storm reminded me of a phoenix rising from the ashes from the moment I started reading this book. Storm is having to learn how to live a new normal but thankfully she’s not alone. Her family is amazing through it all. I think I was crying or fighting tears through most of this book, made me think if a friend who is two months into this exact same journey.

There are so many raw emotional moments from the beginning to the end. I have loved this series from word one but there was something about this book that grabbed me.

Tainted Saint – Saint captured my heart in this story for a few reasons. He is strong, protective and has a heart a gold. Also the fact he represented the Who Dat Nation didn’t hurt. 😁

Caroline is similar to Dani in personality which is helpful since they’re best friends. She gets a “brilliant” idea which could end up costing her and others everything though her heart was in the right place.

Steele Resolve – Bryon and Steele are a couple I want to hang out, actually I would love to hang out with the entire Hawke Family. They just seem like a group that knows how to have a lot of fun and each one of them love their partner and family like there is no one else.

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Joker’s Fool (Satan’s Devils MC #8) Audiobook by Manda Mellett – Review by Robin Rankin

Joker’s Fool
Satan’s Devils MC, Book 8

This is the book that introduced me to the Satan’s Devils MC. I was a little late to the game but I’m glad I showed up.

Joker and Lady’s journey from being brothers in the MC to so much more was anything but smooth, but was a journey that was.

So much happens in this book and listening to it was a different experience. There were little things I may have not caught or forgotten so I was as surprised about some things this time as I was the first.

Logan McAllister performance was what I have come to expect from him while listening to this series.

Looking forward to listening to the next book

The Daredevil (WaterFyre Rising Book 2) by Nadia Han – Review by Robin Rankin

The Daredevil (WaterFyre Rising, #2)The Daredevil by Nadia Han
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Daredevil: A Friends to Lovers Romance (WaterFyre Rising Book 2)

I found myself waking up in the middle of the night and spent about an hour reading so I could see what was happening. Definitely regretted that this morning. There is a little bit of everything. Mystery/suspense, friendship blooming and of course the mean girl.

Royce and Michelle are great individually and even better together, their dynamic is so electric which led to some pretty hot moments like the pool and waterfall. Wow!

There were so many little details that helped bring the story together for me. I was so happy with the healing and growth they both experienced on their journeys towards happiness.

I read the first book in this series and remember being impressed by the writing and how polished it was especially for her first release. I’m even more impressed now, there was no let down between the two books and as much as I enjoyed the last I think I liked Royce and Michelle more.

I’m so looking forward to the next books release. Can’t wait to see more from this author.

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Taming Beckett (The Playmakers Series Hockey Romances Book 1) by G.K. Brady – Review by Robin Rankin

Taming Beckett (The Playmakers, #1)Taming Beckett by G.K. Brady
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Taming Beckett: A Bad Boy Sports Romance (The Playmakers Series Hockey Romances Book 1)

I love almost all sports. For some reason I haven’t gotten into hockey, but have enjoyed every hockey book/series I have read.

When reading a series I always see how the first book grabs me and make my decision from there if I’m going to invest the time I’m the series or not. I decided I was fully invested pretty early on.

I love bad boys and if they can find the girl to change them it’s even better for me. I certainly wasted way too much time on the bad boys.

Paige Anderson “Andie” is exactly what Beckett needed and found her when he had no intention of a relationship. She was far from perfect and had her issues, but don’t we all? She had no clue events from her childhood clouded the way she saw things as an adult.

Beckett was on the hot mess express and heading straight towards a wall. He took everything he had for granted and learned an important lesson the hard way.

They were total opposites but worked together. I’m already hooked and can’t wait to get a chance to read the next book in the series.

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Love Tools (Bluestone Series Book 1) by Isobel Reed – Review by Robin Rankin

Love Tools (Bluestone Series, #1)Love Tools by Isobel Reed
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Love Tools: Bluestone Series: Book One

I wasn’t sure what to expect since this was written by a fairly new author and I’m so relieved I wasn’t disappointed and I’m looking to reading more by her in the future.

So much is packed into a short time, and I wouldn’t have changed a thing. Definitely a lot of laughs and there may have been some tears shed too. Lily goes through so much from the moment we meet her and it seems that Jake was there at the right time to help Lily while she in turn helps him in return.

I seem to find a supporting character that stands out to me, this time I have two. Alice and Sam are awesome sisters to Lily and Jake and I wish everyone had someone like them in their lives.

I’m looking forward to keeping with with Ms. Read and reading her books as her writing evolves.

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Snow in Love by Libby Kay – Review by Robin Rankin

Snow in LoveSnow in Love by Libby Kay
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Snow in Love

What a cute Christmas romance. Sienna and Connor were a good fit from the beginning in my opinion. They were just what the other needs to be happy.

Sienna made me sad, especially in the beginning of the book. She loves skiing and competing but it’s all she has known her entire life. She has no idea what else is out there waiting for her.

Connor came across as the typical over confident jock who found his worth in how much money and how many women he has. But then I saw past that wall and the real Connor and might have fallen a bit.

This grinch enjoyed this cute Christmas romance.

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Kamana Wanalaya by Susan Renee – Review by Robin Rankin

Kamana Wanalaya for the HolidaysKamana Wanalaya for the Holidays by Susan Renee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Kamana Wanalaya for the Holidays: A Grinchy/Sunshine Holiday Romance

How has this author not caught my attention before now? I’m not sure how it happened but so glad I have found her.

This is a light hearted (mostly) story that takes place on the island of Kauai which I have had the pleasure going to several years ago. This book brought back some happy memories and made me want to go back.

Teagan and Tenley approach love from two different sides. He is the believer and she isn’t, but can a week in Hawaii make her see the other side?

I honestly couldn’t tell you how many times I laughed reading this book. It was the pick me up I needed after a rough week. I have added her previously released books to my TBR and I hope my life can slow down enough to get a chance to read them and any other releases. Definitely recommend this book.

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Reckless Heart (Second Chance Romance Series Book 2) by Jane Suen – Review by Robin Rankin

Reckless Heart (Second Chance Romance #2)Reckless Heart by Jane Suen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Reckless Heart (Second chance romance series Book 2)

I have been fortunate enough to have the opportunity to read other books by this author and enjoyed each of them. She hasn’t pigeon holed herself in one genre which means you never know what she will be releasing next.

The local cupid is working her magic to help two hearts reconnect after several years apart and she’s pretty slick. I even fell for it.

Mary and Brad have some pain associated with the other but even after more than ten years those wounds aren’t completely healed.

Mary keeps way too much to herself and I wish she had reached out to her sister or anyone really.

Brad probably keeps way too much to himself too, but I think he reason is a little different. He’s a good guy with a great heart.

Looking forward to what comes next from her.

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Beast (Popov Bratva Book 5) by Leslie Georgeson – Review by Robin Rankin

Beast (Popov Bratva #5)Beast by Leslie Georgeson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Beast (a secret crush Mafia romantic suspense) (Popov Bratva Book 5)

I was so excited the Adrik got his own story. I have only read Dominik’s story so far but there was something very endearing about Adrik. As soon as I saw this was coming I knew I had to read it ASAP and I have no regrets.

Adrick has quiet the interesting back story which only made me like him more. His determination to make something of himself was admirable.

Annika is not the typical Princess, so someone coming for her made no sense. She simply wants to live as simple of a life as possible.

I was on the edge of my seat as I turned pages and may have lost track of time reading when I should have been doing other things like working.

I need to slow like down a bit so I can go back and read the others before the next book is released.

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