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Killer Blonde by Allan Evans – Review by Sara Oxton

Killer BlondeKiller Blonde by Allan Evans
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Killer Blonde by Allan Evans a fast-paced four-star read. I enjoyed the story and found it to be very good, but there was something missing, the pacing was very good, fast enough that your heart raced what felt like the whole story, but it wasn’t too fast that you couldn’t follow the story, that’s a great balance to find. The way the story is laid out is very good, it really gives you such great prospective, it does solve some of the mystery but that wasn’t an issue for me as there was still enough hook to the story. Overall a good story, just needed a little more polish for me.

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Capturing Fate by Abbie Roads – Review by Sara Oxton

Capturing Fate (Fatal Truth, #2)Capturing Fate by Abbie Roads
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Capturing Fate by Abbie Roads an intense and interesting five-star read. This is number two in the Fatal Truth series, but they can be read as stand-alone, they do cross over as the timeline of this story encompasses the other, you will get a couple of spoilers but if you dot mind that you don’t need to have read Saving Mercy first, but you may want to go back and read it. This one is a little more crazy and when you read it you will understand what I mean, its mega crazy, but its also mega good. The suspense is just sublime and Daughter and Dolan just pull you in and make you feel the story as well as read it.

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Love at First Haunt (Haunted Ever After Book 1) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Sara Oxton

Love at First Haunt: A Ghostly Paranormal Romance (Haunted Ever After Book 1)Love at First Haunt: A Ghostly Paranormal Romance by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Love at First Haunt by Carrie Pulkinen a five-star read that will sweep you away. This is just simply so much fun, I adored the story, the characters and the spookiness. This is number one in the haunted ever after series and I am so eager for number two, there are some great characters in this one, and you can see them developing and sniping and just creating a great story adding depth and drama at each turn. Allison Grey will sweep you into the story and just enable you to forget everything and just enjoy the story.

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Goddess of Everything by Paul DeBlassie III – Review by Sara Oxton

Goddess of EverythingGoddess of Everything by Paul DeBlassie III
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Goddess of Everything by Paul DeBlassie III a thrilling four-star read. This was a rollercoaster of a read as it kept you guessing all the way through, that is one of the things I enjoy about this author, they always keep the thrill and action high, but not so high that there isn’t a story to take you along. Good characters and well developed and overall, very good, but there were just a couple of points that mother and son got a little off to me. Other than that, it good, even if I changed one of the character names in my head as I just couldn’t get my teeth around the word, so I just made up a new one instead.

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Nobody Knows (Razes Hell Book 1) by Kyra Lennon – Review by Sara Oxton

Nobody KnowsNobody Knows by Kyra Lennon
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Nobody Knows by Kyra Lennon a rocking five-star read. This is number one In the Razes Hell series and shows us what a great series it shows to be becoming. There were parts that this was not five-star worthy, it was a bot repetitive and could do with a re-edit, as some lines kept repeating later down the page. But overall, the story and characters were well done, and had depth to them, you could feel the push and pull Ellie finds herself in and how she felt about Drew, but the conflicting emotions of Jason will push you at times, but others it pulls you, you can feel why Ellie has the emotional roller-coaster and why there is friction. It breaks your heart as a reader as you feel like you are forced to sit on your hands and not do anything, much like Ellie herself, forced to choose between doing what’s right and doing what those you love need of you.

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A Hole (Alpha Bet Guys Book 1) by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Sara Oxton

A Hole (Alpha Bet Guys Book 1)A Hole by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Hole by Phoebe Alexander a five-star read that will surprise you. This is number one in the Alpha Bet guys series and I can’t wait for more. This was such fun to read, I could have read so many more pages, but honestly, I think the amount just topped it right, it felt easy to read. It just has it all, comedy, drama and spice.

 

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At All (The Adams Brothers Book 3) by Mindy McKinley – Review by Sara Oxton

At All (Adams Brothers, #3)At All by Mindy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

At All by Mindy McKinley a fabulous four-star read that will bring music to your ears. This is number three in the Adams Brothers series; they could be read individually but you do get the best out of all of the brothers reading them together. Enemies to lovers is always a good genre in my eyes, I always like the ups and downs, and this one has plenty. This one will keep you on your toes and have your heart pounding, it’s a well-done story overall and one you will enjoy.

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Hell In A Handbasket (Life is Hell Book 3) by Naomi Valkyrie – Review by Sara Oxton

Hell In A Handbasket (Life is Hell #3)Hell In A Handbasket by Naomi Valkyrie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hell in a Handbasket by Naomi Valkyrie a fiery five-star read. This is number three in the Life is Hell series and it has been a great series, its so well written and there is an attention to detail that you just don’t normally see. I would say to read them all and read them in order, as they build on each other and the characters gel better the more you know them, you get deeper into the story. The characters have depth and feel like people/demons/demon hunters that you need to get to know. This is a great story and one you need in your life.

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At Once (The Adams Brothers Book 2) by Mindy McKinley – Review by Sara Oxton

At Once (Adams Brothers, #2)At Once by Mindy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

At Once by Mindy McKinley a tasty four-star read. This is number two in the Adams Brothers series and I have enjoyed them in order. Gabi made this story for me, there was just something about her I could have read another hundred pages. Mason brought something to the story, he had a way of getting Gabi to come across and unfurl herself and become the person she was supposed to. I know I for one cannot wait for the next instalment in this story. As it appears to me this author is just getting better and better with each story they write.

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At Last (The Adams Brothers BOOK 1) by Mindy McKinley – Review by Sara Oxton

At Last (Adams Brothers, #1)At Last by Mindy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

At Last by Mindy McKinley a fantastic four-star read. This is number one in the Adams brother’s series and it was so close to being a five-star read. I honestly don’t know how I missed this author, as I swear, I had picked it up previously, but I can’t wait to sink my teeth into the next story, there is just something about the writing. Who knew teachers could be so hot and interesting!! I liked how the story unfolded and revealed itself, there were a couple of things I didn’t think flowed as well, but overall it’s a great story.

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