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A Christmas Wish (A Manhatten Dream Series) by Engy Neville – Review by Sue Kemp

A Christmas WishA Christmas Wish by Engy Neville
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A Christmas Wish
By Engy Neville

A Christmas Wish by Engy Neville is the first book I have read by this author, and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised with the way the book turned out. This book centers around Amy and Richie. Although I enjoyed the book, I really did have a hard time coming close to liking Amy, Ritchie however was a different story, I took to his character straight away. This book will have you hooked in no time I am sure, in some place if you are liking me you will be eager to turn the page just to see what is going on. I am also hoping Abby’s story gets written, kinda liked her character to. Thank you Engy for a wonderful book.

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Nite Fire: Flash Point by C.L. Schneider – Review by Sue Kemp

Flash Point (Nite Fire, #1)Flash Point by C.L. Schneider
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Nite Fire: Flash Point
By C.L. Schneider

I was very interested to see what journey C.L. Schneider would take me on with this book as I haven’t read anything by this author before, I was not disappointed, and I doubt that you will be either. If you enjoy books that have so much action piled into it then you need to do yourself a favor and get a copy. But be prepared for a long read. This book will take you on Dahlia’s journey, Basically Dahlia is a shapeshifter and has got herself into some trouble and is not hiding from people who want her harmed. Nite Fire Flash Point will also give you some mystery, magical encounters and monsters. I have to say the author has great writing skills and this book just seemed to flow. Some points in the book I was made to feel that I was almost part of the storyline. Can’t wait to see what happens in book two of the series.

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Paladin’s Hell: Satan’s Devil MC (Colorado Chapter) by Manda Mellett – Review by Sue Kemp

Paladin's Hell: Satan's Devils MC (Colorado Chapter) #1Paladin’s Hell: Satan’s Devils MC (Colorado Chapter) #1 by Manda Mellett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Paladin’s Hell: Satan’s Devil MC (Colorado Chapter)
By Manda Mellett

Ok so even though I love reading books by Manda I didn’t think I was ready to move on to a new MC Chapter. But boy was I wrong, although it didn’t grab me as quick as the Satan’s Devil MC series, I ended up loving meeting new and a couple of old characters. Paladin’s Hell Satan’s Devils MC (Colorado Chapter) is the spin off series to Satan’s Devil MC. Now this book can be ready as a standalone since it’s the first book in the new series, but I really think you need to start with the original series just, so you have a background history on the club. Now this book is no different to the last series and does deal with some issues that may upset some readers. Putting the heavy subject matters aside I reckon we are in for another hit series by Manda, a journey I can’t wait to go on.

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Player (21st Century Courtesan Book 1) by Pamela DuMond, Review by Sue Kemp

Player (21st Century Courtesan #1)Player by Pamela DuMond
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Player (21st Century Courtesan Book 1)
By Pamela Dumond

Ok so I didn’t know what I was getting into when I started to read this book. Let me tell you it wasn’t long before I couldn’t put the book down. What we have here is not your normal romance book, which was a nice break away from our everyday romance stories. So, we have Evie who is a teacher, Dylan who is the son of a church leader who has left the church. Evie has most of her life looked after her mom who suffers from mental health issues and her younger sister. But now with mounting bills, Evie decided she needs to earn extra money. One of her friends suggests that she becomes an escort, at first, she says no but now she is buried under a mass of bills and decides to join her friend at Ma Maison Agency. Evie had no idea that she would be such a good escort. Enter Dylan one of the agencies clients. There was an instant spark between Evie and Dylan but was falling in love with him in her plans? Dylan was not having any luck at the poker tables and is hoping Evie who he sees as his lucky charm will change things at the tables for him. What I liked about this book was that the story just flowed and that’s what made it an easy and enjoyable read. If book one is this good, I think we are in for a good series.

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A Pink Christmas Kiss By Allyson R. Abbott – Review by Sue Kemp

A Pink Christmas KissA Pink Christmas Kiss by Allyson R. Abbott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Pink Christmas Kiss
By Allyson R. Abbott

If you do nothing else you must read the Christmas Kiss series by Allyson R. Abbott, you won’t be disappointed. The whole series can be read as standalone stories. A Pink Christmas Kiss is centred around Billie and Leroy. Billie and Leroy had been high school sweethearts and through miscommunication things went wrong. Or did they? This one is probably the cutest and sweetest of all in the series. Billie left everything and everyone she knew and returned home five years later. Billie is now home running her dads shop as he is no longer able to do this task himself. When Billie and Leroy meet up again, they both realize that their connection is still there, as with true love it feels for them both that nothing has changed. But are they wrong? Christmas is a magical time of the year love and romance and the story of Billie and Leroy is no different. As with the other books in the series this one is also a nice quick and enjoyable read. This book is also well written and therefore the story flows nicely. So, get the whole series, it four books in total and get caught up in the magic of Christmas.

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A Tangy Christmas Kiss by Allyson R. Abbott – Review by Sue Kemp

A Tangy Christmas KissA Tangy Christmas Kiss by Allyson R. Abbott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Tangy Christmas Kiss
By Allyson R. Abbott

Yet another awesome read by Allyson. You just can’t read enough Christmas romance stories. A Tangy Christmas Kiss must be put on your reading list for over the Christmas period. In a nutshell we have Melanie who receives a phone call from her mother telling her that her aunt has had surgery asks her to go help her while she recovers. Melanie meets a handsome stranger by the name of Lucas, the spark between them flies quite quickly even though none of them can speak each other’s language. Just goes to show language is no barrier to love. I really enjoyed reading this book can be read as a standalone to by the way. As with Allyson’s other books in this series, this book is a nice quick read and the storyline just flows beautifully. Hope you get to read this book and enjoy it as much as I did.

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Snatching Dianna (Feisty Lawyers Book 1) by Seelie Kay – Review by Sue Kemp

Snatching Dianna (Feisty Lawyers, #1)Snatching Dianna by Seelie Kay
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Snatching Dianna (Feisty Lawyers Book 1)
By Seelie Kay

Snatching Dianna is the first book in the Feisty Lawyers by Seelie Kay. With this my first book by this author I was quite open to what I might be reading. But I have to say this book was a nice quick read. I also found this book was well written and the story just flowed throughout the book. If you enjoy books that contain danger, crime and suspense then I am pretty sure this is looking like it will be the series for you. If book one was this great, I can’t wait to see what happens throughout the series. Thank Seelie for a great start to the series.

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The Confectioners’s Truth (Confectioners Chronicles Book 3) by Claire Luana – Review by Sue Kemp

The Confectioner's Truth (Confectioner Chronicles Book 3)The Confectioner’s Truth by Claire Luana
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Confectioner’s Truth (Confectioner’s Chronicles Book 3)
By Claire Luana

The Confectioner’s Truth is the third and final book this series. Please don’t start with book three I wouldn’t recommend them read a standalone. We have the pleasure of meeting some new characters in this book, each one I feel enhances the storyline. Wren went through some time in self-doubt and tries to learn from mistakes she has made. Will she be able to learn and not make the same mistakes again? The only thing I did question was why so many couples, but all in all I enjoyed the book. The thing I liked about this series is I found most of the characters to have their own strengths, I could be wrong but that’s my personal opinion! I really liked how Claire just kept building up this series, sometimes I find the last book in a series to be disappointing, but not with this book. The Confectioner’s Truth has ended this series perfectly. I would also recommend anyone and everyone to read this series, you won’t be disappointed.

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A Frothy Christmas Kiss by Allyson R. Abbott – Review by Sue Kemp

A Frothy Christmas KissA Frothy Christmas Kiss by Allyson R. Abbott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A Frothy Christmas Kiss
By Allyson R. Abbott

You just can’t go wrong with a good Christmas romance story, and Allyson just rocks it with each Christmas romance she writes, and A Frothy Christmas Kiss is no different. This whole series just seems to be getting better as it advances. What can be better when you find that shop that makes a coffee that is so perfect and then you meet the person who runs it and he just rock your world? That’s where Kat is at when she stops by the coffee shop that Dan runs. A little Christmas flirting doesn’t hurt either! There are some misunderstandings between Kat and Dan brought on by the lack of chatter between themselves. Just like Allyson’s other books this one is also so well written. There is nothing you aren’t going to like about this story. So, what are you waiting for? Go get this book and enjoy reading about Kat and Dan.

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The Confectioner’s Coup (Confectioner Chronicles Book 2) By Claire Luana – Review by Sue Kemp

The Confectioner's Coup (Confectioner Chronicles, #2)The Confectioner’s Coup by Claire Luana
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Confectioner’s Coup (Confectioner Chronicles Book 2)
By Claire Luana

The Confectioner’s Coup is the second book in the Confectioner Chronicles series by Claire Luana. If you enjoyed the first book, then this book will not disappoint you at all. Get yourself ready to meet new characters which you will either like or dislike, but they help make this book enjoyable. I will say this book contains so much sadness and may take you on a roller coaster of emotions. But on saying that it has a few twists and turns that you want to keep turning the page. Book one is my favorite so far in this series, but I am looking forward to book three and a nicer ending.

Reviewed by @sussieau

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