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

Knight Watch (An Alliance Agency Novel #1)Knight Watch by India Kells
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Knight Watch by Maddie Wade & India Kells a four-star read that will save you. This is number one in an Alliance Agency Novel series and this one shows us great promise for the series, the characters are deep and complex and bounce off each other well. Sydney was by far the strongest woman in this story even if she may not feel it at times, after everything she has been through in the past, (this may be a trigger warning for some, but the authors do give clear warnings and well done on that) and now being kidnapped, this could be enough to break many, and who knows if it will break Sydney, you need to read the story to find out. Will Sydney find more strength in the love that Kingsley will bring for her, love that he cant avoid.

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Revive (Rewind Book 3) by Rowan Shaw – Review by Sara Oxton

Revive (Rewind #3)Revive by Rowan Shaw
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Revive by Rowan Shaw a rocking four-star read. This is number three in the Rewind series and I have read and enjoyed the series they get better with each read and story, but you could read it as stand-alone. If you have read the previous novels then definitely read the note from the author, as This will surprise you, I was so empathetic towards Patrick and this surprised me as I didn’t enjoy his character previously, but this author has a way of making you really care about the people in these stories, makes you see people differently, make you think differently. It was steamier than I would normally have gone for in this genre, but the author has a way of making it an integral part of the story and just more compelling reading.

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Fire & Ice (Spicetopia #3) by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Sara Oxton

Fire & Ice (Spicetopia #3)Fire & Ice by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fire & Ice by Phoebe Alexander a five-star read that will warm you up from the tip of your toes. This is number three is the Spicetopia series, they can be read as stand-alone, but I have read and enjoyed them as a series. All of the stories have been fast paced and filled with passion and drama, but this one has something extra in it as well, the whole opposites thing adds drama and the sabotage aspect just added another layer that kept you hooked. This theme park sounds amazing and somewhere I need to go more than another Land with rides.

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Hidden Tracks by Zoe Lee – Review by Sara Oxton

Hidden TracksHidden Tracks by Zoe Lee
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Hidden Tracks by Zoe Lee a four-star read that will be music to your ears. This is my first story by this author, and I can’t wait to read more, there is promise to the writing that will whisk you away. Astrid was complex and intriguing, she has lived a life and got the t-shirt (a band one maybe but still, they are the best). The natural flow of the novel gave great pace and didn’t feel rushed or like it dragged, the pacing was well done. The balance of Seth and Astrid again was well done and made me smile. This is a light story with great heart, but there were also serious moments that challenge you. Overall a great story.

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

Stars Fall From the Sky (Reigning Hearts #2)Stars Fall From the Sky by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Stars Fall From the Sky by K.G. Fletcher a four-star read that you will want to catch like a shooting star. This is the second story in the Reigning Hearts series and be warned you will need the tissues by your side as you read this story as its very emotive, touching and dramatic reading. Ginger and Jonathon prove that two wrongs can make a right, as two broken hearts can hopefully make one between them. It really is a heart-breaking story and compelling reading; you will be doing yourself a disservice if you miss this series.

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Hope (Feisty Lawyers Series Book 4) by Seelie Kay – Review by Sara Oxton

HopeHope by Seelie Kay
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Hope by Seelie Kay a five-star read that will drag you into the drama. This is number four in the Feisty Lawyer series and I would recommend you read them in order as they all build a great story and add to the overall suspense of the world. Hope Ali has a story that will suck you in and not let you go until the last page so be warned don’t start this unless you have time to finish it. This was a great story proving just because you are called Hope doesn’t mean you always have it. But it doesn’t mean you wont ever find it.

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Virtue & Vice (Spicetopia #2) by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Sara Oxton

Virtue & Vice (Spicetopia Book 2)Virtue & Vice by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Virtue and Vice by Phoebe Alexander a five-star read that will bring the fun. This is number two in the Spicetopia series and I would whole heartedly recommend reading them in order as they do tell a great story. From he first page you are pulled into this story, pulled in deep, pulled into the spice and steam. Getting to know Moon and Katya better, really did make the story more rounded and just made me care so much about everything. This author always manages to pull it out of the bag, they have a way of describing the world they create and making you visualise it as if you were there, but this time you could feel the steam flushing on your skin it was that good.

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Sugar & Spice (Spicetopia #1) by Phoebe Alexander – Review by Sara Oxton

Sugar & Spice (Spicetopia Book 1)Sugar & Spice by Phoebe Alexander
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sugar & Spice by Phoebe Alexander a five-star read that’s as sweet as sugar. This is the first novel in the Spicetopia series and all I can say is bring on the rest, this just gave the first taste of the sweetest desert and I want to eat every last bite. Cyrus is a difficult character at times, but he shows us all just what he is made of in the end, hearing his voice tell his story helped me come around to him. Jolie is someone we all need in our life, hearing her story just made me need more Jolie in my life. I cant wait to dive into number two, as even though they don’t have to be read in order there is a reading order so I do plan on reading them in order.

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Beneath the Fallen City (The Omni Towers Series Book 1) by Jamie A. Waters – Review by Sara Oxton

Beneath the Fallen City (The Omni Towers, #1)Beneath the Fallen City by Jamie A. Waters
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Beneath the Fallen City by Jamie A. Waters a four-star read that will swoop in and save you. This is number one in the Omni Towers series and if the rest are as good then it shows great promise of being a series you wont want to miss, as this has some great world building and some great backstory for the characters, that for a single story wouldn’t work very well, but as a series shows great promise for the story. This is a great story of action and adventure with some love thrown in to change up the mix, Kayla is a great character and one you won’t want to miss.

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Toxic Blonde (A Johnny Delarosa Thriller Book 2) by David Stever – Review by Sara Oxton

Toxic Blonde: A Johnny Delarosa Thriller (The Delarosa Series Book 2)Toxic Blonde: A Johnny Delarosa Thriller by David Stever
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Toxic Blonde by David Stever a five-star read that will keep you on the edge of your seat. This is the second story in the Delarosa Series, and I have read them in order and enjoyed them that way, I would recommend you read them in order to get the most out of them. Johnny Delarosa is described in such a great way that he is exactly as you picture an old time PI, he keeps the story going. The suspense is done very well, it keeps you hooked all the way through. The action is powerful enough to keep you on your toes but not overdone to the point that it drives you mad. Overall a very well-done story and one you shouldn’t miss.

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