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Surviving Valencia by Holly Tierney-Bedord – Review by Sam Sheerin

Surviving ValenciaSurviving Valencia by Holly Tierney-Bedord
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Surviving Valencia by Holly Tierney-Bedord, 4 stars.
This is a story that twist and turns your heart strings. It really does make you think about your own childhood life experiences and how that has possibly shaped you into the by person you are today.
I absolutely loved how Holly integrated the past and present tense to build up the story of mystery, secrets and life changing events that led the main character where she is now.
This isn’t the first novel I’ve read by Holly and it most certainly won’t be the last.

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The Case of Missing Books: A Summer McCloud paranormal mystery book 6 by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Sam Sheerin

The Case of Missing Books: A Summer McCloud Paranormal MysteryThe Case of Missing Books: A Summer McCloud Paranormal Mystery by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Case of Missing Books (Summer McCloud paranormal mystery book 6) by Nikki Broadwell is a four star read.

This is the first book I’ve read by Nikki Broadwell, and although this is book 6, it can be read as a standalone and to be honest I didn’t feel as though I’ve missed anything important, in fact it has made me want to read the other books in the series. Nikki has created such a wonderful creative story, and has some unexpected and twisted turns and I loved it.

Totally recommend this novel.

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There Be Demons (Andor Demon War #1) by M.K. Theodoratus – Review by Sam Sheerin

There Be DemonsThere Be Demons by M.K. Theodoratus
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

There Be Demons, M. K. Theodoratus, book one in the Andor Demon Wars is a four star read.

This is usually the genre right up my street full if demon realms in the real world, full of fantasy and action. I thoroughly enjoyed it but felt it was slightly too slow paced to begin with but once the characters and story developed it was page turning you needed to know what was happening next.

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The Light at Dawn by K.L. Montgomery – Review by Sam Sheerin

The Light at DawnThe Light at Dawn by K.L. Montgomery
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Light at Dawn by K.L. Montgomery is a heartbreaking, heartwarming 4 star read.
This novel hits home to how much family life changes when a tragic accident happens. This follows the lives of a family that lost a son, a brother and the difficulties the family encounter as time passes by.
For Angelia losing her son was hard but what she gained, in the campaign for harder laws against gun control, can only be described as a miracle. Not going to spoil it by what that miracle is, turn those pages to find out.
K.L. Montgomery has written a truly wonderful book here and it will bring a tear to your eyes, page turning and heart wrenching. Enjoy!

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Crime Lord’s Captive (Crime Lord Series Book 1) by Mia Knight – Review by Sam Sheerin

Crime Lord's Captive (Crime Lord, #1)Crime Lord’s Captive by Mia Knight
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Crime Lord’s Captive (crime Lord series, book 1) by Mia Knight. Is an epic 5 star read. Full of intensive, suspenseful and some romantic moments that definitely keep you on the each of the seat with each page you turn.

Lyla has been lost for over three years before she is thrown back into a life and world she doesn’t want any part of. The crime underworld is a world full of monsters that want nothing more than to take down the current crime Lord and will do almost anything to make it happen.

Mia has written the relationships in this novel perfectly, there friendships and loyalty to each other is outstanding and the growth throughout is great to watch.

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Perilous Confessions (The Possession Chronicles Book one) by Carrie Dalby – Review by Sam Sheerin

Perilous Confessions (The Possession Chronicles Book 1)Perilous Confessions by Carrie Dalby
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Perilous Confessions (The Possession Chronicles Book one) by Carrie Dalby is an amazing 4 star read for me.

Diving into the depth of historic romance of courtship, scandal and the family that’s good high standing within society. Back to the days of being escorted to balls, accompanied to tea and never being alone with a man if your were a young beautiful attractive women.

Lucy and Alex are the most unlikely couple you’d expect but their courtship is something most girls/women only ever dream of happening in this time.

Carrie has captured the realm of historic romance to a tee and this is a well written start to what I can only imagine being a great series.

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