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Knight Watch (An Alliance Agency Novel Book 1) by Maddie Wade & India Kells – Review by Robin Rankin

Knight Watch (An Alliance Agency Novel #1)Knight Watch by India Kells
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Knight Watch (An Alliance Agency Novel Book 1) by India Kells and Maddie Wade was the perfect way to start this crossover series.

Kingsley sounds like my dream man, tall, dark, handsome, bearded and British. How could you not fall in love with those traits, then add in the alpha male, hero and there is all sorts of swooning.

Sydney has experienced more loss and tragedy than one person as young as she is has. She still has residual effects from the events of her past but I don’t think she allowed them to define her which makes her a hero in her own right.

I’m looking forward to keeping up with everyone at Alliance and follow along on their adventures and jobs.

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Revive (Rewind Book 3) by Rowan Shaw – Review by Robin Rankin

Revive (Rewind #3)Revive by Rowan Shaw
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Revive by Rowan Shaw is the third book in the Rewind series.

I hated Patrick when I first met him. He was a pompous elitist and didn’t have patience or understanding for anyone who wasn’t like him.

Then I read his story and found out there is so much more to Patrick than what he showed us at the beginning and I ended up falling in love with him.

Oh, what can I say about Brandon? He is an overall amazing man, friend and father. He would do anything for someone who means something to him, and he shows us that several times. I wish everyone was as selfless as Brandon is.

Their story touched me in a way that I wasn’t expecting. It’s weird how someone with such a minor role can impact you and I had one in this story and all I wanted to do was give him a hug.

I enjoyed every moment of this story and look forward to the next book.

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Stars Fall From the Sky (Reigning Hearts Book Two) by KG Fletcher – Review by Robin Rankin

Stars Fall From the Sky (Reigning Hearts #2)Stars Fall From the Sky by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Stars Fall From the Sky is the second book in the Reigning Hearts series by K.G. Fletcher.

I fell in love with this story from the beginning. I cried on and off all the way through and was so emotional after finishing it in had to give myself some time to process the story and my emotions.

Ginger’s grief slayed me. I cried for her so many times even when I wasn’t reading the book which doesn’t happen to me very often.

Jonathan was charming, sweet and overall an amazing man. He was more important in Ginger’s working past her grief than either one of them realized.

There is only one thing I would have changed about the story, but since it could give something away I’m not going to into detail. It doesn’t take away from the book at all, maybe more of a preference for me.

This is an amazing book about a woman and a man having a second chance in love and worth every year I shed and second I spent reading it.

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Hope (Feisty Lawyers Series Book 4) by Seelie Kay – Review by Robin Rankin

Hope (Feisty Lawyers Book 4)Hope by Seelie Kay
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hope by Seelie Kay is the fourth book in the Feisty Lawyers series.

I loved seeing Hope all grown up. She has been trained for the agency and so ready to conquer the world but gets slapped by her past and it wasn’t pretty.

I liked this book and the ending has me wondering what’s going to happen next. I did feel like something was missing, but can’t quite figure out what it is. I’m hoping that I find it in the next book.

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Claiming the Cowboy for Christmas (The Hills of Texas Book 4) by Kadie Scott – Review by Robin Rankin

Claiming the Cowboy for Christmas (Hills of Texas #4)Claiming the Cowboy for Christmas by Kadie Scott
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Claiming the Cowboy for Christmas by Kadie Scott is the fourth book in the Hills of Texas series.

There are so many things I liked about this story, Jennings sounded absolutely swoon worthy and Ashley was too adorable. They just fit so well with one another even when they were kids and didn’t even realize it.

I love reading books that take place in Texas and just imagine they are somewhere close to Austin which is where I’m at. I was disappointed that Ashley was and Aggie, but not everyone is lucky enough to bleed the Burnt Orange and it didn’t stop me from living her.

I have enjoyed each of the books I have had the pleasure of reading in this series and looking forward to the next one, which I’m assuming is Carter’s story.

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The Fisher Men On the X (Fisher Men Book III) by Rebel Nicks O’Dey – Review by Robin Rankin

Fisher Men On the X (Book III)Fisher Men On the X by Rebel Nicks O’Dey
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Fisher Men On the X by Rebel Nicks O’Dey is the third book in the Fisher Men Series.

I loved this book and think it’s now my favorite one in the series but I have loved them all. I have said it before and I’ll say it again, I love all of the Fisher Men!

There is so much we learn about Zack and Becca both in this book. Their back stories were riveting and I knew then I was hooked (see what I did there?) on these two.

This is the first in the series to make me cry and I cried more than once and promptly got picked on by my husband for crying over characters in a book even though I know for a fact he has done the same.

I’m so excited for the next book in this series, but I’m hoping this isn’t won’t be the end of the Fisher Boys and their lives. I hope these guys continue to speak with the author because I know I won’t be ready to let them go any time soon.

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Devil’s Dilemma: Satan’s Devils MC (Colorado Chapter #4) by Manda Mellett – Review by Robin Rankin

Devil's Dilemma (Satan's Devils MC Colorado Chapter #4)Devil’s Dilemma by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Devil’s Dilemma by Manda Mellet is the fourth book in the Satan’s Devils MC Colorado Chapter.

Holy cow this book wasn’t what I expected, it was so much better! The story with Melissa, Pyro and Skull was a lot deeper then I realized and I found myself shedding tears a few times during this story.

Melissa deals with so much pain and heartache and it made me feel so bad for her. I wanted to hug her, and try to make her feel better.

What can I say about Pyro? He’s an amazing man and though he is a big burly biker he has a heart of gold and he shows Melissa and us that several times throughout this book.

I fall in love with this series and the guys in Colorado a little more with each book and I’m so looking forward to keeping up with them and their lives.

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A Dark Sparrow Box Set (Dark Sparrow Series Books 1-3) by India Kells – Review by Robin Rankin

A Dark Sparrow Box Set - Books 1-3A Dark Sparrow Box Set – Books 1-3 by India Kells
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Dark Sparrow Box Set – Books 1-3 (Dark Sparrow Series) by India Kells consists of the first three books and this series.

You have six men, all fathered by the same man who’s lives could be more different except for their one common bond, Daddy who is anything but father of the year material.

Of the three brothers featured in this box set I think I liked Kai the best but they are all so different I’m not sure if he was really my favorite if I picked him because he is freshest in my mind.

There is no lack in adventure, suspense and romance in all of the books. I can’t wait to see what happens next.

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Demon’s Angel: Satan’s Devils MC (Colorado Chapter Book 2) by Manda Mellett – Review by Robin Rankin

Demon's Angel: Satan's Devils MC (Colorado Chapter) #2Demon’s Angel: Satan’s Devils MC (Colorado Chapter) #2 by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Demon’s Angel: Satan’s Devils MC is the second book in the Colorado Chapter series by Manda Mellet.

Looks like the love bug that hit Tucson found it’s way to Pueblo when Pal and Jayden moved up there. We’re going watch the club go from a bunch of single bikers to a bunch of giant scary looking teddy bears. The first Colorado member to go down with a fight is Demon.

Demon is the Prez of the MC and has no intention of settling down and getting married. Then he runs into his childhood best friend’s younger sister Violet and all bets are off.

Their story kept me guessing and on the edge of my seat, wait to see what was going to happen and to figure out why it all started. Violet seemed to fit in pretty quick but definitely had assistance.

Not sure how these bikers seem to find all the trouble and come out fairly unscathed but they do and I’m always amazed.

This entire series has been great, and I love this Colordo crew. Can’t wait to watch them all drop like flies.

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Devil’s Due: Satan’s Devils MC (Colorado Chapter #3) by Manda Mellett – Review by Robin Rankin

Devil's Due: Satan's Devils MC Colorado Chapter #3Devil’s Due: Satan’s Devils MC Colorado Chapter #3 by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Devil’s Due: Satan’s Devils MC is the third book in the Colorado Chapter series by Manda Mellet.

This was not the story I was expecting it to be at all. The synopsis didnt give anything away and neither will I, except for the fact I love Max.

This Colorado chapter is a great group of guys and still trying to find their way after the change in leadership and rebuilding after everything that happened with Violet. Then something so unexpected falls into their laps and they had no choice to stand up for what is right.

This series gets better with each book I read and I already have the fourth book in my Kindle waiting for me and I cannot wait!

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