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Misfortune of Song: Druids Brooch Series: #5 By Christy Nicholas – Review by Sue Kemp

Misfortune of Song (Druid's Brooch #5)Misfortune of Song by Christy Nicholas
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Misfortune of Song
By Christy Nicholas

Misfortune of Song is the fifth book in the Druids Brooch series. This is another wonderful series that I feel many people will enjoy. Each of the books on this series can be easily read as standalone. This book is no different to the other books in the series, it is well written, and you will get to know the characters easy. You will find that this book moves at a good pace and the storyline flows perfectly. I do think that as the series carries on the characters in the books just keep getting better. Do you enjoy reading historical fiction books or fantasy books? If you answered yes, then you need to get your hands on this series.

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Age of Saints: Druids Brooch Series book 7 by Christy Nicholas – Review by Sue Kemp

Age of Saints (Druid's Brooch #7)Age of Saints by Christy Nicholas
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Age of Saints Druids Brooch series 7
By Christy Nicholas

Age of Saints is book seven in the Druids Brooch series by Christy Nicholas. I will admit I haven’t read all the books in this series but the books I have read, I have enjoyed. Christy has a writing style that manages to pull you into the story line before you know it’s happened. The storylines are written in such a way that the chapters flow, and this is what makes a good story. This is a wonderful fantasy story that will have you eager to turn the page just to see what is going to happen next. The storyline between Lainn and Conall is both heartbreaking and heartwarming at the same time. I can’t recommend this series enough, you won’t be disappointed I you should decides to pick up the series. Fantasy lovers will absolutely love this series. So lastly if you want a book that will take you on a roller coaster and full of action, go get the e book and enjoy.

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Little Do You Know (Bayou Devils MC series book 5) By A.M. Myers – Review by Sue Kemp

Little Do You Know (Bayou Devils MC 5)Little Do You Know by A.M. Myers
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Little Do You Know
By A.M. Myers

Little Do you Know is the fifth book in the Bayou Devils MC series by A.M. Myers. I do recommend that you read the whole series even though it is possible to read the individual books as standalones. This book is no different to the other books in this series very well written, so much so the book just flows so beautifully and that makes it a lovely enjoyable read. A.M. Myers has such a wonderful way of telling her stories that you get lost in the storyline pretty much after the start of the book. This book is centered around Kady and Noah. Kady has captured Noah’s heart since they were in the sixth grade, but due to a run going wrong for the MC Noah finds himself in jail for seven years. During those seven years he has not heard from Kady and now he just wants to gain his freedom so he can find her and be with the only lady that still holds his heart. These books hold loyalty from the brotherhood, some love but with love comes some heartbreak to. I doubt you very much will only be able to read one book from this series, so why not just start at the beginning and work your way through.

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The Devil’s Shadow (Wild Beasts Series Book 4) by T. Birmingham – Review by Sue Kemp

The Devil's Shadow (Wild Beasts Series Book 4)The Devil’s Shadow by T. Birmingham
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Devil’s Shadow (Wild Beasts Series book 4)
By T. Birmingham

The Devil’s Shadow is the fourth book in this series by T. Birmingham. You can read this book easily as a standalone, but like any other series its always best to start at the beginning so you don’t miss out on anything. This book has everything you could want from paranormal, mystery and yes even some romance. This book follows Ginny and Kieran, they get thrown some obstacles they need to overcome, and even find themselves having some adventures. I liked the characters of Ginny and Kieran as I am sure you will also. This is another book that may have you on an emotional roller coaster but then that makes for a good story. This book is so easy to read as the story to me just flows nicely and again I am sure you will find the same. This story just draws you in, so you feel that you are going on the journey with Ginny and Kieran. So, grab the book and enjoy.

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Blade’s Edge: Satan’s Devil MC #10 by Manda Mellett – Review by Sue Kemp

Blade's Edge (Satan's Devils MC #10)Blade’s Edge by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Blade’s Edge: Satan’s Devil MC #10
By Manda Mellett

Blade’s Edge is the tenth book in the Satan’s MC series by Manda Mellett. Don’t know how we got to book ten so quick but I sure am enjoying every book that comes out in the series, I also have to say this is the best cover yet. If you haven’t started reading this series, why not? You won’t be disappointed, nor will you be disappointed if you are as hung up on this series as I am. The writing style is awesome, the pages just flow on from one another. Yes, this book as with the others can be read as a standalone, but why would you not want to go on the same journey as the fans of this series? This book is obviously Blade and Tash’s story. Blade has not had a good life. You can almost feel the pain this man has gone through, the worst of it was the betrayal from his mother, the one person in our lives we are meant to trust. Tash has her walls built up high so no one can get in, yet at the same time she had a strength that I couldn’t believe.

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Coming Home: The Sequel to Flowers in December by Jane Suen – Review by Sue Kemp

COMING HOME (Flowers in December, #2)COMING HOME by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Coming Home: The Sequel to Flowers in December
By Jane Suen

Coming home is the heart-warming sequel to Flowers in December, Now I wouldn’t read Coming Home until you have read Flowers in December or you probably won’t be able to follow the sequel and you will miss out on loads of information. Some of the characters from Flower in December are also in Coming Home. Just like the first book this one is also a short read, but you will not want for anything story wise. This book has multiple points of views which to me makes the storyline even better. If you are looking for a new author, I really do recommend you pick up Jane’s books you will not be disappointed. Thank you, Jane, for yet another heart wrenching story I LOVED Flowers in December and Coming Home equally.

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Claimed (The Torzial Affair Book 3) by Via Mari -Review by Sue Kemp

CLAIMED (The Torzial Affair Book 3)CLAIMED by Via Mari
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Claimed (The Torzial Affair book 3)
By Via Mari

Claimed is the third and the last book in The Torzial series. To get the full effect of this series I would suggest that you start with book one Shattered, move on to book two Bound and finally Claimed. You will not regret reading this whole series and I have to say it’s kinda sad that its finished. This series just got better as the series went on and I have to say Claimed is my favourite book of the series, I don’t normally pick a favourite book in a series but this time I did. Via just seems to have such a passion in her writing and that comes through with the strengths we read in her characters. Thank you, Via, for such and awesome series and like I said before it’s kinda sad that this series has ended.

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Rules of Engagement: A Single Dad Romance (Platonically Complicated, #3) by Mika Jolie – Review by Sue Kemp

Rules of EngagementRules of Engagement by Mika Jolie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rules of Engagement
By Mika Jolie

Rules of Engagement is another great read by Mika Jolie. I don’t think there is a book I have read by Mika that I haven’t enjoyed and this one is no different. I love her writing style and the way she can bring her characters to life. In this book we have a storyline that is centered around Lucas and Kate. After a horrible divorce Lucas’s heart, now only belongs to his daughter. But then he starts having thoughts about his best friend’s sister Kate. He knows he shouldn’t be having these feelings but does so now, will Lucas act upon them?
As for Kate she too has been hurt by love but has not closed her heart to finding love again. So now what will Lucas and Kate do? Will they cross the line and get together? Biggest question is if they get together will that ruin the friendship between Lucas and Kates brother? Grab yourself a copy of this book and enjoy the read.

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Bound (The Torzial Affair Book 2) by Via Mari – Review by Sue Kemp

Bound (The Torzial Affair Book 2)Bound by Via Mari
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Bound (The Torzial Affair book 2)
By Via Mari

Bound is book two in the Torzial Affair series by Via Mari. I have to say if you are looking for a new favorite author look no further than Via Mari, you won’t be disappointed. I just love the characters of Jenny and Brian. We find Jenny is struggling after being raped, but with the lovely Brian there could be a light at the end of the dark tunnel Jenny find her life in. There is not a character in Bound that you aren’t going to like. Via has written this book as well as the first and there is no way I am going to say which one is better. The characters seem to bounce off each other which in my opinion makes for an awesome read. I do highly recommend you start with book one as it’s a brilliant way of getting background history. So, go get books one and two and settle in for two great books.

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Infamy (Feisty Lawyers Book 2) by Seelie Kay – Review by Sue Kemp

Infamy (Feisty Lawyers, #2)Infamy by Seelie Kay
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Infamy (Feisty Lawyers Book 2)
By Seelie Kay

Infamy is book 2 in Feisty Lawyers series by Seelie Kay. If you enjoyed Snatching Dianna, book one in the series then you are going to love Infamy. Infamy is a nice quick read, but just because it’s a quick read don’t be fooled to think that this book is not action packed. You will find this book has action, suspense and danger, and not forgetting the twists and turns that makes the story even better. Infamy can be read as a standalone but as with any other series I would highly recommend that you start with Snatching Dianna just for some background history on the characters.

Reviewed by @sussieau

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