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The Guard (A Soppranaturale Series Book 2) by Ashley Pagano – Review by Sara Oxton

The Guard: A Soppranaturale Series: Book 2The Guard: A Soppranaturale Series: Book 2 by Ashley Pagano
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Guard by Ashley Pagano a fancy five-star read. This is number two in a Soppranaturale series and it is best to read them in order to get the most out of them. This was such a well-done paranormal story, it has so many fast-paced lines that hook you in and don’t let go. There is something for everyone in this series and this story, action and passion and romance, a story that will run you through the emotional wringer, but you will still love it. I don’t want to say too much, so I will just say you need this story!!

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The Crocodile Makes No Sound (The Lord Hani Mysteries Book 2) by N.L. Holmes – Review by Sara Oxton

The Crocodile Makes No Sound (Lord Hani Mysteries #2)The Crocodile Makes No Sound by N.L. Holmes
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Crocodile Makes No Sound by N. L. Holmes a fascinating four-star read. This is number two in the Lord Hani Investigations and I have read them in order and enjoyed them this way, you could read them as sand-alone, but I would recommend reading them in order as they build and develop the characters and you add depth the more you read. I’m not normally one for a historical story, but this series has gripped me, and the cosy mystery aspect has great and the scene descriptions have been enthralling. The author has a great way of keeping you able to keep everything on track even when there are multiple characters all trying to but in and take part in the story, you can easily keep up. Bring on number three as I am eagerly waiting.

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The Body Collector (Bad Boys of Space Book 3) by Landra Graf – Review by Sara Oxton

The Body Collector (Bad Boys of Space, #3)The Body Collector by Landra Graf
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Body Collector by Landra Graf a fantastic five-star read. This is number three in the Bad Boys of Space series and it can be read as stand-alone as I have only read one of the previous two stories in the series and didn’t feel that I missed much. The chemistry in this story was great, it really came alive, there was something that kept me hooked from the first page until the last, there is so much covered in this story, and the subject matter can get deep, but the author deals with it all so well. Al and Loyda will enrapture you, they will make you feel like you are part of their story.

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It Comes From Within (House Valdis Book 2) by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Sara Oxton

It Comes From Within (House Valdis #2)It Comes From Within by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

It Comes From Within by Naomi Valkyrie a five-star read that will encapsulate you. This is number two in the House Valdis series and it’s a very complex story with lots of characters, but you will be so consumed by the writing that you will be able to keep up easily. I would definitely advise you to read number one first as this picks a little while after and continues with the story, and its difficult to put what happens into a review as there is so much I don’t want to reveal. Xen was just someone who will surprise you at every turn, but they aren’t the only character that surprised me in this one. Do yourself a favour and pick up the series.

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DEADLY WEAPON (Jake Wolfe Book 5) by Mark Nolan – Review by Sara Oxton

Deadly Weapon (Jake Wolfe #5)Deadly Weapon by Mark Nolan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Deadly Weapon by Mark Nolan a thrilling five-star read. This is number five in the Jake Wolfe series and they could be read as stand-alone but do read better as a series, Jake and Cody are off for some relaxing time in this one, or so they desire. Sadly, for Jake fishing doesn’t go to plan, as life never seems to, does it. This is a compelling action filled read where the action really does leap off the page, the detail this author goes into is phenomenal the reality is scary especially at the moment. I have enjoyed all of these stories but this one just pulled put all of the stops for me. There really is a little of everything in this story, and you will be sorry to miss it. The anticipation in this story will have you on the edge all the way through, its terse and gripping and just a great story overall.

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I’ll See You Again: A Scottish rock star, standalone opposites-attract romance (Reigning Hearts Book 4) by K.G. Fletcher – Review by Sara Oxton

I'll See You Again (Reigning Hearts, #4)I’ll See You Again by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’ll See You Again by K.G. Fletcher a five-star read that will rock your heart. This is number four in the Reigning Hearts series and they can be read as stand-alone, I have read them as a series and enjoyed them as such but can see they could easily be picked up as they focus on different main characters, they sometimes do pop up In each other’s stories but only pop never take over. Be warned though they are compelling characters and they do keep talking to you long after you I have read a bunch of really good novels recently and this one stands out for me. Rockstar romance seemed to be everywhere and overdone and I was avoiding them, but this one pulled me in and spat me out the other side a happy little woman. Nicky Sinclair is a woman I fell, a woman who made me swoon, but not as much as Mac, well he just has it all and then some. The words are wonderful and will encompass you into the story. Do not miss this great story.

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Road Tripped (Satan’s Devils MC Utah #1) by Manda Mellett – Review by Sara Oxton

Road Tripped (Satan's Devils MC Utah #1)Road Tripped by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Road Tripped by Manda Mellett a five-star read that will trip your emotions. This is number one in the Satan’s Devils MC Utah series and shows us that this chapter and series will be another great, bringing great characters and stories alive. I don’t know how they have done it but Manda Mellett has written so many amazing stories and manages to keep it fresh and together and can still pull the rug from under you, then just as you are getting your feet under you again, boom there the rug goes again, normally I would start to get a bit ‘really’ at this point but I don’t know this author just pulls it together and makes me desperate for more. This author has a great way of showing us that just because someone may at first appear broken in some way, doesn’t mean they aren’t complete.

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Enchanted Passion (The Protectors Series Book 4) by Toya Richardson – Review by Sara Oxton

Enchanted Passion (The Protectors Series Book 4)Enchanted Passion by Toya Richardson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Enchanted Passion by Toya Richardson a passionate five-star read. This is number four in the Protectors series and it could be read as stand-alone, but I have enjoyed it as a series and loved how the author has built the background and just envelops you into the story. This was such a good romance you could feel the heat and passion leap off the page, this author will take you away with the story and have you warming so quickly to the characters, not only Luna and Rhys but, friends and family as well.

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EverMarked by AJ Eversley – Review by Sara Oxton

EverMarkedEverMarked by A.J. Eversley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

EverMarked by AJ Eversley a fast-paced four-star read. This is number one in the EverMarked series and shows great promise. This is one that you need to focus on, there seemed to be a lot going on and lots of characters to keep track of, but it kept you hooked and the author has fantastic attention to detail. Sienna and Jayla tell the story and they tell a great story, but there are other characters who play important parts in the story and what a story. As you get deeper into the chapters you get deeper into the story and it just gets deep. This is a great story and with a little more polish and a little less going on all at the same time at points it would make a great five-star read. I for one can’t wait for the next instalment.

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Distant Heart Sounds (Nurse Morgan Series Book 1) by Kate MacInnis – Review by Sara Oxton

Distant Heart SoundsDistant Heart Sounds by Kate MacInnis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Distant Heart Sounds by Kate MacInnis a starting four-star read. This was my first by this author, but I really hope it won’t be the last as I enjoyed the writing. I liked Morgan Cutler she was easy to like, with her great sense about her, world weary but fierce, not all will warm but I simply adored her. Watching her open and see life a new was very well done, it left me wondering and with a great feeling meaning I cant wait for more, there were just a couple of bits that dragged for me otherwise it would have been five-stars.

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