Tink (Devil’s Handmaidens MC Book 1) by D.M. Earl – Review by Robin Rankin

Tink (Devil's Handmaidens MC-Book One)Tink by D.M. Earl
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tink: (Devil’s Handmaidens MC: Timber-Ghost, Montana Chapter)

I’m pretty picky when it comes to reading about an MC, there are only a couple that have kept me interested until now. An all female MC really peaked my interest so I thought I would give it a try. So glad I did, this is definitely a series I will be keeping up with.

Tink has quite the back story which sucked me in and wouldn’t let me go. She has dealt with a lot but never let it or the fact she is a woman stop her. She has surrounded herself with some incredibly strong fearless women which I love.

L is exactly what Tink needs. He isn’t afraid of her but respects her and it shows. But he is also willing to jump in the middle if necessary no matter the situation.

This author is new to me, but I looked at her catalog and found a few more to read and I have already put the release date in for the next book in this series. I have a feeling these women are going to become close friends of mine.

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Revenge Honeymoon by K.J. Gillenwater – Review by Robin Rankin

Revenge HoneymoonRevenge Honeymoon by K.J. Gillenwater
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Revenge Honeymoon

I was intrigued by this book from the moment I read the title and knew I had to read it when I read the synopsis and wasn’t disappointed.

The beginning doesn’t start off as happy, but that doesn’t last long. Emily’s an amazing best friend and will do anything for Ruby during this unexpected and unfortunate event. She had no idea what they were in for.

Emily broke my heart a few times with her insecurities over her body because I could relate to the feelings she felt when wearing certain clothes. I could also see a bit of my daughter Emily in her personality.

I got looks from my family while reading this book due to my laughing at times that didn’t match the room. Loved Ruby’s story about market in Cozumel, that may have been my favorite part of the book.

This is a new to me author and was happy I took a chance to read it. Hope to read more by her in the future.

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The Rom Com Movie Club (The Rom Com Movie Club Book 1) by Bernadette Marie – Review by Robin Rankin

The Rom Com Movie Club - Book OneThe Rom Com Movie Club – Book One by Bernadette Marie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Rom Com Movie Club – Book One

I loved this book! It was full of laughs and a few tears and overall quite entertaining. Each one of the girls brings their amazing personality full force in this book.

Lisa grabbed my heart from the beginning. She didn’t have the most stable life growing up but has really come a long way and is a success. I was able to connect with her most of the characters. Thankfully my childhood wasn’t as bad as Lisa’s but still as unstable.

Ryan is back in his hometown after several years away to start over and boy does he. The initial meeting between Lisa and Ryan made me laugh outloud and almost anytime Ruby was there I knew to expect a laugh.

Yes this is a romance, but it also about friendship. Women need to be happy no matter who she has in her life. I love my family but wouldn’t be where I am now without my best friends.

I cannot wait for the next book to be released!

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Devlin by Angela K. Parker – Review by Robin Rankin

DevlinDevlin by Angela K. Parker
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Devlin: A Forbidden Office Romance

There is something about the “forbidden ” and Devlin and Eve do the forbidden right. The first time they explore it was pretty hot and changed everything.

Devlin comes off as arrogant which he is but he is more than his ego. He doesn’t show the other side unless you’re worthy.

Eve is driven at work and wants to be the best and when a huge opportunity arrives she is determined to take advantage of it.

This is a book to be savored and enjoyed. It isn’t one that you should rush through. Once you hat caught up into the story you will have a hard time stepping away.

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Hot for Teacher by Felicia Carparelli – Review by Robin Rankin

Hot for Teacher - Shakespeare Made Us Fall in LoveHot for Teacher – Shakespeare Made Us Fall in Love by Felicia Carparelli
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hot for Teacher: Shakespeare Made Us Fall in Love

I’m at an age where I see a lot of the main characters as my kids and every now and again I stumble on one with a contemporary which was exactly what I got with this book.

Juliet is a little older than me but I could definitely relate to a point about love. I have said that if I were to find myself single I would definitely be cautious about finding someone new.

Jim went through a self discovery phase after he lost his wife and I feel like each experience only made him feel as empty if not emptier than before.

I’m glad I got the opportunity to read this book, hope to read by her in the future.

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Defiant Princess (Mafia Elite Series Prequel) by Amy McKinley – Review by Robin Rankin

Defiant Princess (Mafia Elite Prequel)Defiant Princess by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Defiant Princess: A Mafia Elite Series Prequel

If you have read the Mafia Elite Series then you know some of what happened in the past, this lays it all out for us in a nice little story.

Marissa is a name we knew and we caught a glimpse of her and her personality as well as the story behind that night.

There were some gaps filled in for me with some of the history and makes me miss this group. Might have to go back and re-read the series when I have time, but start here.

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Faultless Love (The Bennetts of Langston Falls Book 1) by KG Fletcher – Review by Robin Rankin

Faultless Love (The Bennetts of Langston Falls, #1)Faultless Love by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Faultless Love: A Small Town Second Chance Romance (The Bennetts of Langston Falls Book 1)

She did it again! I am in love with the Bennett family including the dogs Jaxon and Delia. They are all so good to everyone including each other, I would love to have them for my family.

This was so much more than a romance to me. The importance of family was also something I got from this book. Definitely made me wish the family I grew in was like this, but I did realize how loving and supportive the family I have made is.

Ted has proven he would do anything for Robyn, the woman he loves and now they have the opportunity to make up for lost time. He works hard with the family farm and trying to keep on the straight and narrow.

I got lost in this book almost immediately and enjoyed every second.

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Finding Bryce (Green Brotherhood: SEAL Team XII Book 1) by Debra Parmley – Review by Robin Rankin

Finding Bryce (Green Brotherhood: SEAL Team XII Book 1)Finding Bryce by Debra Parmley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Finding Bryce (Green Brotherhood: SEAL Team XII Book 1)

I know the purpose of a quick read is to get engrossed in the book quickly, but I don’t think I have had a story grab me quite as fast as this one did. I am not one to read in the car but I couldn’t not read this book while we were out running errands.

With a quick introduction of the guys on the SEAL Team and then meeting Pippa we are on our way into the story. We learn a lot in a short time and I definitely want more of these guys.

Pippa has been through so much at such a young age, but has finally settled in a new location with no life outside of school and work she goes to a party that changes everything for her.

I was charmed early by the gladiator and his charm did not fade. If I could have met a guy like that in my younger years.

This I author is brand new to me and I really liked that this book is my introduction to her. I will be reading the others in this series, starting with the next two that have been released.

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I Love You Today (Trading Heartbeats Trilogy Book 2) by Julie Navickas – Review by Robin Rankin

I Love You Today (The Trading Heartbeats Trilogy Book 2)I Love You Today by Julie Navickas
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I Love You Today (The Trading Heartbeats Trilogy Book 2)

Casey is by far my favorite. How could I not fall in love with a fellow Cubs fan? She is adorable and quirky and the best thing that could have happened to Austin. She comes from a totally different world than Austin but they just fit.

Austin needed Casey in his life when he met her. She was the balm to his soul after everything with Mavis. He was able to relax and have fun with her.

There are so many little things I loved about Austin and Casey. The game at Wrigley, him helping her study for her class, the cheesy sandwich are just a few that come to mind.

I love this book and series and I’m looking forward to reading Lauren’s story.

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The Protector (The Freemasons Book 4) by Nicole Flockton – Review by Robin Rankin

The Protector (The Freemasons #4)The Protector by Nicole Flockton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Protector: A Billionaire Brother’s Best Friend Romance (The Freemasons Book 4)

She saved the best story for last. This is hands down my favorite of the series. Watching Renee recover from the unimaginable with so much determination even when the little voice would bring up the past was amazing and emotional for me.

Declan is exactly who Renee needed to help her recover. He was so aware of her any time they were together, his feelings for her were obvious.

So much happens in this book starting with Renee coming home, her discovering who she is now and so much more.

I enjoyed each of these amazing men and their stories as well as the women who won their hearts.

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