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The Fisher Men X-ing Lines (Fisher Men Book II) by Rebel Nicks O’Dey – Review by Robin Rankin

The Fisher Men X-ing Lines (Book #2)The Fisher Men X-ing Lines by Rebel Nicks O’Dey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Fisher Men X-ing Lines is the second book in the Fisher Men series by Rebel Nicks O’Dey. Oh my goodness I loved this book. I really had a hard time putting it down and can guarantee I lost sleep just so I could keep reading it.

As much as I loved Xander and Sam’s story I think I loved Connor and Rika’s book more. Don’t know if it was because I know who everyone is and book two was like meeting up with friends I hadn’t seen in a while, if it was the story itself or a combination of the two. It’s not really important but I’m curious.

I love this series and I hate the fact that I have to wait a while to see which one of the Fisher men falls next. This is an absolute must read series.

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Rogue Wave (The Inland Seas Series Book 2) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Robin Rankin

Rogue Wave (The Inland Seas #2)Rogue Wave by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rouge Wave by Gwyn McNamee is the second book in the Inland Seas Series
She has a way of grabbing you from the very beginning of the story and takes you on an amazing journey with her characters. I have yet to be disappointed with anything I have read by Ms. McNamee and I have been fortunate enough to read most of what she has written to date.

Cutter is the guy you see walking down the street towards you and you either find yourself crossing to the other side or doing everything possible to make sure he didn’t notice you. He is angry (justifiably so) and his anger is visible.

Valentina is awesome. She’s tough and not afraid of Cutter or calling him out on his bull. She is a great person to match up against him and they do go toe to toe a few times.

Great book two to the series and I can’t wait for the next one!

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Not So Wrong (Love Grows Book 2) by Renee Regent – Review by Robin Rankin

Not So Wrong (Love Grows series, Book 2)Not So Wrong by Renee Regent
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Not So Wrong by Renee Regent is the second book in the Love Grows series.

This is Spencer and Melanie’s story and it was worth every minute I spent reading it. Though there were a few times I wanted to pop Spencer for being an idiot.

Melanie has the weight of her family resting on her shoulders. She has a Mom, sister, a niece and two nephews depending on her and she feels so torn about everything.

Spencer has a problem with looking bad in anyone’s eyes. He will do everything he can to be the hero. It seemed like that continued to blow up in his face.

I’m looking forward to reading the next book in this series.

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The Traitor (An Underground Bad Boys Romance Book 2) by India Kells – Review by Robin Rankin

The Traitor, An Underground Bad Boys SeriesThe Traitor, An Underground Bad Boys Series by India Kells
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Traitor by India Kells is the second book in the Underground Bad Boys series.

This is Knox’s story and it grabbed me at the beginning. There was something about Knox that drew me in. He has his demons from the past and needs to find a better way to release them when they get too loud.

Josie has too much weight on her young shoulders. Having to fix problems that aren’t hers is aging her a lot.

I have read several other books by Ms. Kells and have enjoyed every one of them and looking forward to keeping up with this series.

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Truck Stopped (Satan’s Devils MC #11) by Manda Mellett – Review by Robin Rankin

Truck StoppedTruck Stopped by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Truck Stopped by Manda Mellet is the eleventh book in the Satan’s Devil’s MC series.

I haven’t read all of them but have throughly enjoyed each of the ones I have read with this one being one of my favorites. Truck and Ally’s story grabbed me from the very beginning. They went through so much even before they met and it unfortunately didn’t end when they met.

Truck is a great man with some bad luck. There was a childhood drama, he went on to served in the military and after being discharged was a firefighter. He has a tough time adjusting to life after everything but there was one bright spot and that was Ally.

Ally’s life wasn’t anything I would wish on my worse enemy. She did what she had to do and got lucky when she meets the Satan’s Devil’s .

There were lots of ups and down throughout this book. I caught myself holding my breath waiting for the other shoe to drop several times, but I don’t think it would have worked for Truck and Ally any other way.

I get the feeling this may be the last of the Tucson branch but I hope not the end of the series. I will be going back to catch up on the entire series in all of the branches.

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Out Bad (Sinners or Saints Book 1) by Janice M. Whiteaker – Review by Robin Rankin

Out BadOut Bad by Janice M. Whiteaker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Out Bad by Janice M. Whiteaker is the first book in the Sinners or Saints series and I’m excited to see what’s going to happen in this series. MC style books aren’t usually top of my list, mainly because I haven’t found a lot that are respectful towards women. I can’t say what the rest of the series will be like but it’ll it’s anything like this book I will be a devoted fan.

I love Joe! He is my current boyfriend and I don’t know if he will be replaced for a while. He isn’t perfect and has done so much put his past totally behind him and become a wonderful and successful man.

Gwen has her own past that she is still trying to get past. But the moment she met Joe she knew she had to try and move forward with her life.

I’m looking forward to following these two characters and meeting several others.

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Guilty Pleasures Volume 3: Guilty Pleasures by Joyce McCarthy – Review by Robin Rankin

Guilty Pleasures Volume 3Guilty Pleasures Volume 3 by Joyce McCarthy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Guilty Pleasures Volume 3: Guilty Pleasures by Joyce McCarthy is a series of short stories with one thing in common, lots of hot moments.

Brad is a very busy young man. All of these stories about him and his extra curricular activities with the opposite sex. He definitely has a way with the ladies on so many levels

It’s a quick read, the stories are to the point and hold your attention. You don’t have to have read the other Volumes to dig in and enjoy.

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Undercover (Billionaire Bodyguards Book 2) by Via Mari – Review by Robin Rankin

Undercover (Billionaire Bodyguards Book 2)Undercover by Via Mari
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Undercover by Via Mari is the second book in the Billionaire Bodyguards series. We finally get Matt’s story. I fell hard for Matt when he was protecting Jenny in The Torzial Affair series and that love has only grown since then.

Marenah is also a not new character if you read Sasha and Jay’s story. She is so much more than I expected her to be, which goes to show that first impressions aren’t always right. She has a knack for finding trouble and wanting to fix it.

Matt and Marenah are a hot couple. Their attraction is instantaneous and of the charts. There were a few time I had to put the book down to catch my breath.

I have been fortunate enough to read the two other series that this series is spun from so I know who everyone is and how they are all connected.

I highly recommend this book and series. Can’t wait to see who is next.

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Rule Breaker by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Robin Rankin

Rule BreakerRule Breaker by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rule Breaker by Phoebe Alexander is a standalone but is connected to another book by a different author. I read the other book first, but probably should have read this one first not that it matters it’s mainly the timeline in my head.

I love Ms. Alexander and everything I have read by her to date. This book held nothing back, Athena and her husband Warren start it in chapter one and it doesn’t let up.

I remember a time when I could relate to the female lead because we were young and close to the same place in life. As I’ve gotten older I have found that I don’t get that connection simply because I’m now the age of the lead female’s Mom.

Athena, Warren and Ramsey have such an interesting dynamic and the heat is off the charts. Had to put it down a few times just to catch my breath.

If you are looking for some hot moments with a great story to go along with it then this is the book for you.

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Game Changer by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Robin Rankin

Game ChangerGame Changer by Sylvie Stewart
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Game Changer by Sylvie Stewart is a standalone but is connected to another book by a different author and I didn’t even realize it until I got to the very end.

Poppy is adorable! She’s brand new to New York from Georgia and is trying to show no fear. She does okay about half of the time. She’s has no idea how different her life will be. Now that she’s in the big city.

Mac, oh what can I say about Mac? He is a giant, built, tattooed man who has so many layers to him. He is quiet, thoughtful, loving, artistic and vulnerable. He has been hurt by people he trusted and so he tends to keep to himself.

I wasn’t sure how much I was going to like this story. Why does the Southern Belle always leave her hometown to go to the big city and try to reinvent herself? Too often but it worked so well in this story.

Ms. Stewart is a name I’m always looking for when I’m trying to find a new book read. I can’t wait to see what she releases next.

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