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Twilight’s Curse (Twilight Realm Series Book 1) by K. M. Wray
Genre – Young Adult Fantasy, Swords and Sorcery
Page Count – 310 pages
Cover Designer – Lena Yang (Through Reedsy)
All elves have magic. Mine is living magic which is great for helping plants grow.
But when my parents found out, they used me as their lab rat covering my body in tattoos meant to control me. Instead, the tattoos came to life. Their last experiment fractured my magic, so I fled their fortress.
Now I live in secrecy with an odd hermit and a home full of brownies and abandoned children. But when the children are kidnapped and taken to the fortress, I’m forced to face my past and fix my broken magic to rescue them.
And then there’s Nix. I wish he’d stop getting in the way.
My parents, the king and queen of the Twilight Realm, were killed when I was a child. Too young to take the throne, I grew up in obscurity with no desire to become king.
But the regents threaten my sister and terrorize the citizens. I must become king and restore peace to the Twilight Realm. First, I need convince a certain female elf with knowledge of the fortress and amazing fighting skills to join me.
And maybe she’ll find out I’m not such a bad elf after all. If only she’d stop throwing her daggers at me.
Twilight’s Curse is the first book in the Twilight Realm Trilogy. It is set in a land governed by elves and is a Young Adult fantasy filled with memorable characters, a slow burn clean romance, magic, dragons and fighting.

Scarlet Princess (Lochlann Feuds Book 1) by Robin D. Mahle and Elle Madison – Review by Opal Nelson

Scarlet Princess (The Lochlann Feuds, #1)Scarlet Princess by Robin D. Mahle
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An enthralling story! I could not put this novel down; this story grabbed my attention at the get-go. I devoured this book. I started reading at 1:30 am and could not find the will to stop reading until the last chapter. Went to be at 4:30 am for an 8 am shift; at this point, who needs sleep?

I am always a fan of a heroine who won’t be bullied; Rowan is no exception. She is vocal, brave, resilient, witty and a lover of good vodka. I love the interaction between Rowan and Theo- it is fun, flirty, and downright humorous. That darn cliffhanger has me waiting with bated breath for Book Two. Scarlet Princess is original, entertaining, refreshing, unpredictable, definitely, a must-read.

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Notebook Mysteries ~ Decisions and Possibilities by Kimberly Mullins – Review by Moriah Venable

Decisions and Possibilities (Notebook Mysteries #2)Decisions and Possibilities by Kimberly Mullins
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Decisions and Possibilities is the second novel in the Notebook Mystery series by Kimberly Mullins.

In Chicago 1883, teen Emma Evans is more involved in case and her business than ever before. She gains recognition and a new member in her team.

But the case she is working on is far more dangerous than previous especially when she assaulted and threatened.

And her personal life is just as complex as her professional with her trying to define her feelings for two men in her life.

This was a very fun read. It reminded me alittle of the Stalking Jack the Ripper series.

I have not read the first novel in this series and I look forward to reading Emma’s journey but I really hope there will be a third novel for me to read.

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The God: A Greek Myth Fantasy Romance (Her Three Immortals Book 2)The God: A Greek Myth Fantasy Romance by Hazel Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What would you do to save a loved one? That was vanessas thought and she really wonders what she has done to get were she is now. Vanessa is the most amazing character ever, she loves deeply, caring, a heart of gold but will do anything to help anyone and she will find a way. it was impossible to not fall in love with this book, with the characters, plot, challenges and love. The fiery passion in this book was really captivating. It was very entertaining to read and such a wonderful book all around. I really can’t wait to read the rest of the series to this amazing story. I highly recommend it.

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Runaway to the Outback (Welcome to Bunya Junction, Book 2) by Nicole Flockton – Review by Ashley Nicole

Runaway to the Outback (Welcome to Bunya Junction, #2)Runaway to the Outback by Nicole Flockton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was the first book I’ve read from this author although it’s the second of the series. Felt like I was able to understand everything without reading the first book even though I will now be going back and reading it anyways. Love the story line and feel of this book, very relatable in these hard times to maybe want to run away and take a break from it all. Enjoyed the character development and chemistry between the 2 main characters. Excited with how it was ended as it leads into the possibility of a third book!

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No Strings Attached by Lara Ward Cosio – Review by Robin Rankin

No Strings AttachedNo Strings Attached by Lara Ward Cosio
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

No Strings Attached: A Steamy Stand-Alone Romance by Lara Ward Cosio

Out of curiosity I decided to look at the books I had read written by this author, and I have read all but one of her books.  Trying to figure out how I missed the one I did.

I absolutely loved this story.  From the way Tanner and Kayla meet to how they end up spending more time together to the very end.

Emerson was absolutely precious and I coild not get enough of her and her cuteness and how Kayla was so determined to make sure her daughter was happy and settled even if it was to her own detriment which I got since I was once a single mom to a precious little girl.

I’m not sure if my ability to relate to Kayla made me love this story more or not, but really did fall in love.

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Love’s Refrain (The Stardust Duet, Book 1) by KG Fletcher – Review by Erica Shoebridge

Love's Refrain (The Stardust Duet, #1)Love’s Refrain by K.G. Fletcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a beautifully written tale of a love story through time. Katherine is a great character, a strong woman and musician who follows the beat of her own drummer. When she suddenly falls back through time to meet Phillip, the attraction they feel is instant and consuming. But how can they be together when they live decades apart? Kat and Phillip are wonderfully drawn characters, and their story is mesmerizing. The book is easy to follow and enjoyable to read. In the first part of the book, I found there were sections that were a bit slow for me, but once I got into it, I read it straight through til the end. I will be looking out for book 2!

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No Strings Attached by Lara Ward Cosio – Review by Kristy Harmon

No Strings AttachedNo Strings Attached by Lara Ward Cosio
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have read a few books in this genre lately but I have to say this was probably my favorite! The love story in this book was so adorable and lovable. The writing style from this author was amazing! I will definitely be reading more!

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THE BOW (HER THREE IMMORTALS Book 3) by HAZEL STORM – Review by Allyson Ware

The Bow (Her Three Immortals, #3)The Bow by Hazel Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

THE BOW (HER THREE IMMORTALS Book 3) by HAZEL STORM – Review by Allyson Ware

This has to be the spiciest read out of all three of these novels. I won’t spoil anything here because you have to find out for yourself. If you are even remotely considering this book, just do yourself a favor and read it. You do, however, have to start from the beginning with The Don.

Bow and arrows; Beau and Aroz. Why did it take me SO long to realize the connection? This novel ties together the past two books unbelievably well. Run, don’t walk, to read this one and the next. I am already so excited to find out what happens next!

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Wrong for Him (The Love Lottery Series Book 3) by Christi Barth – Review by Shelly Kittell

Wrong for Him (Love Lottery, #3)Wrong for Him by Christi Barth

This is a sweetly romantic book. Amelia has had a crush on Teague her whole life. When the opportunity of a lifetime drops into their laps to run a hotel, they go for it. Along with her brother (who happens to be Teague’s best friend), they go through a series of challenges. They somehow come out on the other side together and love each other. A well-written story that just flows together and reminds a little of a slightly “dysfunctional” family with the bickering amongst themselves, etc. But there is also laughing, hijinks and fun adventures. A good read to lift some of your spirits. Highly recommend.

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