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Dating the It Guy by Krysten Lindsay Hager – Review by Sara Oxton

Dating the It GuyDating the It Guy by Krysten Lindsay Hager
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dating the It guy by Krysten Lindsay Hager a fantastic four-star read. I adore this author and the way they make me feel like a teenage again. Emme was such a good character, she is so easy to understand and feel for. The rest of the characters were great, Brendon was a surprise for me and he really stood up. It was Emme’s grandparents that really got me, maybe as my own Nanna isn’t well right now, I don’t know. This was a great story and a great author that you shouldn’t miss.

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No Way Out (Mafia Elite, book 1) by Amy McKinley – Review by Sara Oxton

No Way Out (Mafia Elite, #1)No Way Out by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

No Way Out by Amy McKinley a strong five-star read. This is number one in the Mafia Elite series, and it shows us what a great author we have here and also what a great series this promises to be. Liliana what a great character she is, but she has her own surprises, one being the strength of character she shows, but she has more that just her strength. Max was sublime, he also has surprises and secrets, this took me a while to get properly stuck into, but my goodness once I was stuck, I couldn’t be separated from this story. I was so gutted when this ended, I was sat wishing there were a hundred more pages as I wasn’t ready to say goodbye just yet.

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Gone Country (Gone in Love) by Katrina Marie – Review by Sara Oxton

Gone Country (Cousins Gone #1)Gone Country by Katrina Marie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Gone Country by Katrina Marie a delightfully charming four-star read. This could have been a five-star read, and I had high hopes for it, I am hoping that the next one will knock it over the edge. This took a while to warm up to and get into, Stella I got as I am also clumsy and have some shocking luck, but other parts left me cold. But by the end of the story, her and Johnny give you the warm and fuzzies. It has a good story, once you get to the meat of it, so I would say keep going if you start and wonder what is going on.

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DATING THE INTERN by Natalina Reis – Review by Sara Oxton

Dating the InternDating the Intern by Natalina Reis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Dating the Intern by Natalina Reis a light-hearted and sweet five-star read. I enjoy reading this author, they always have a fresh twist to what ever they write, and I enjoy the writing and the story. It was fun, watching what started as fake and just something to keep others happy ended up showing a much deeper happiness. This has some great characters and set ups, these story is deep enough that you feel the connection but not so deep that you get bogged down, if you are looking for light, funny and charming then this is for you.

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BOY RELEASED (BOY SERIES BOOK 2) by JD Spero – Review by Sara Oxton

Boy ReleasedBoy Released by J.D. Spero
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Boy Released by J.D. Spero a fantastic four-star read. This one takes place a number of years after the first story Boy on Hold and tells just as a compelling story, dealing with mental health in an honest and refreshing manner, and it is best if you read that one first, as it gives you a deeper understanding and gets you used to the writing style, as the different POV’s can be challenging, but it does add something to the story, more than just the overall view, it adds more drama to me. This is a great story, and one that stays with you as you read.

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THE MARCY SERIES BOXSET: BOOKS 1-3 by Linda J. Burson – Review by Sara Oxton

The Marcy Series Box Set: Books 1-3The Marcy Series Box Set: Books 1-3 by Linda Burson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Marcy series box set by Linda Burson fantastic four-star reads.
Rage, Confusion and Agony and Ecstasy complete the Marcy series, this series was good, and it shows us Marcy is a strong character and she shows us her strength of character that will surprise you at times, but it will also show you how great the writing and character development is by this author. These stories have their ups and downs and suspense a plenty as well as drama, there is a love triangle, so that’s kinda a given. But there’s another side as well, a deeper side that’s filled with a depth and drama you don’t see often, its well written and compelling and makes a very fast paced story easy to grasp. Overall, they are very good stories, they just missed that something special that blew me away.

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HOLD ME FOREVER (HERON HARBOR Book 3) by LEA NOLAN – Review by Sara Oxton

Hold Me ForeverHold Me Forever by Lea Nolan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hold me Forever by Lea Nolan a five-star read that I set alight by the chemistry in the pages. This is number three in the Heron Harbour books and I have loved them all, the characters do pop up in each other’s stories, and you do enjoy them as a series, but at a push they could be read as stand-alone, but they are a great series so you would be missing out. Lark is someone you will simply adore, she has her passion and you cant miss strong it makes her.

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Bared. (A Green St. Girls Romance) by N.D. Jackson – Review by Sara Oxton

Bared. (Green St. Girls #1)Bared. by N.D. Jackson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Bared by N.D. Jackson a five-star read that will leave your soul bare. This is the first story in the Green St. Girls series, and I can’t wait to hear more from the girls as they have such a great story to tell. Athena feels like she is doing it right, but don’t we all, and maybe she needs a little help from an unexpected source. A little distraction and help can be a good thing. Sometimes winning is everything, sometimes its so much more.

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Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Mystery Series Book 6) by Cynthia Hamilton – Review by Sara Oxton

Houses of Deception (The Madeline Dawkins Series Book 6)Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Houses of Deception by Cynthia Hamilton a five-star read that will keep you on your toes. I have adored the Madeline Dawkins series and to find that this was number six surprised me as its still as fresh as the first, as this whole series has been filled with great well plotted and rounded characters, that have a realness to them, they grow and develop as you read. Madeline and Mike will put you through your paces as you read, have you wondering and following and gripped all the way.

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Avenging Devil Part 2 (Satan’s Devils MC San Diego #4) by Manda Mellett – Review by Sara Oxton

Avenging Devil Part 2: Satan's Devils MC San DiegoAvenging Devil Part 2: Satan’s Devils MC San Diego by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Avenging Devil part two by Manda Mellett a devilish five-star read. This is part of the Satan’s Devils San Diego MC series and follows on from part one, so you must have read that one first. Number one was so good it gave me chills and left me wanting more, but number two, left me unable to read for 2 days, and that’s unheard of for me. Major book hangover as this story, dark as it is, and I haven’t seen much darker than this for a long time, was so sublimely skin chillingly good.

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