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Yearning Young (Burning Britely Book 2) by Deidre Huesmann – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Yearning Young (Burning Britely #2)Yearning Young by Deidre Huesmann
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Yearning Young by Deidre Huesmann
Five Stars

Yearning Young is the second book in the Burning Britely series by Deidre Huesmann. This series should be read in order because it is a continuation from the first book. I loved how the characters grew from the first book. I was hooked from the very first page and I couldn’t put it down until the last. This book has all the feels my emotions were on a roller coaster ride. This book was told in Braeden’s point of view, and we learn more about his feelings. This YA book touch on many issues and I would highly recommend it to the young and young at heart.

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Devil’s Backbone (Wild Beasts Series Book 5) by T. Birmingham – Review by Sunday Barnaby

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

Devil’s Backbone by T. Birmingham
Four Stars

Devil’s Backbone is the fifth book in the Wild Beasts series by T. Birmingham. This paranormal romance is full of action and suspense. This book can be read as a stand alone, but I would recommend that you read the series in order because all of the books are wonderful reads. I think this may be my new favorite from T. This is Tess and Ben’s story. Tess is a woman who likes to be alone reading rather than talking or interacting with anyone. Ben is a protector and out to right wrongs. This book hooked me from the very first page and wouldn’t let me go till the last. The intriguing characters and plot had me staying up long past bedtime, but I don’t regret the loss of sleep. I highly recommend this book, series and author.

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Coming Home: The Sequel to Flowers in December by Jane Suen – Review by Sunday Barnaby

COMING HOME (Flowers in December, #2)COMING HOME by Jane Suen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Coming Home by Jane Suen
Four Stars

Coming Home: The Sequel To Flowers in December is by Jane Suen. This is the continuation of Connor’s story as he comes home for Christmas. This book could be read as a standalone, but I would highly recommend that you read is in order to get the full story. This is a feel good romance, full of up and downs. I was hooked on the very first page and couldn’t put it down until the last. The ups and downs gave me all the feels and I truly enjoyed this story. I highly recommend this book, series and author.

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Little Do You Know (Bayou Devils MC Series) by A.M. Myers – Review by Sunday Barnaby

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
Five Stars

Little Do You Know is the fifth book in the Bayou Devils MC Series by A.M. Myers. This book can be read as a standalone but I highly recommend that you read the whole series. I have been waiting this book to come out and believe me it was worth the wait. This book had me hooked from the very first page and I couldn’t put it down until the last. This is Noah and Kady’s story, and it is full of twists and turns. I enjoyed the storyline and the characters that popped back in from previous books. I highly recommend this book, series and author and I’m always on the lookout for more books from Ms. Myers.

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Dancing Queen by Charlotte Roth – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Dancing QueenDancing Queen by Charlotte Roth
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Dancing Queen by Charlotte Roth
Five Stars

Dancing Queen is a heartwarming, witty and entertaining romance by Charlotte Roth. This book had me smiling and laughing throughout the book while at the same time dealing with some serious health issues. Fi and Stu are lovable characters that were brought together in a support group by the HR department of the company that they work for. They are encouraged to take up a hobby like quilting to deal with their unhealthy eating habits. When they find that they both have a love of dancing, after discussing fears of not being able to do it, Stu and Fi decide to enter in a community dancing contest. The antics that follow are amazingly funny and insightful. I love the progression of this story and the growth of the characters. This is my new favorite book by Ms. Roth. If you are looking for a really great romance this is the book for you.

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The Slip Series Collection by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Sunday Barnaby

The Slip Series CollectionThe Slip Series Collection by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Slip Series Collection by Gwyn McNamee
Five Stars

This complete series by Gwyn McNamee is a fun and sexy read.

Dickslip is a short Rom/ Com by Gwyn McNamee. This is book is truly hilarious. I laughed from beginning to end. I just couldn’t put this book down. Rafe’s unfortunate incident on national tv brought instant embarrassment and trouble to his career as a host to a children’s show. Andy is the strong willed women, she is the CEO of the television station who has to deal with Rafe’s mess. My true recommendation of a book comes with how it make my emotions come out, whether it be laughing or crying, and this book really gave me good feels.

Nipslip: A Scandalous Slip Story is the second book in the Slip Series by Gwyn McNamee. This story can be read as a stand alone, but I can’t think of one reason why you wouldn’t want to read this story in order. This story was full of feels. I laughed out loud at times and I wanted to throw my reader across the room at times. This short fast paced read had a big message and I think the author did a great job.
Riley and Tate have some smokin Hot Chemistry. I really enjoyed the witty dialog between the two. This is a perfect romantic comedy, with just the right amount of sass.

Beaver Blunder is the third book in the Slip Series. Each book in this series can be read as a stand alone, but it is wonderful that Ms McNamee has brought them all together in this collection. This is Madeline and Owen’s story. This fast read had me laughing out loud. It is just a feel good romance that flowed from beginning to end. This rounded out the series in a wonderful fun way. I can’t wait to see what Ms. McNamee has in store for us next.

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Dig Two Graves: A Gripping Crime Thriller (Solomon Gray Series) by Keith Nixon – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Dig Two Graves (Detective Solomon Gray #1)Dig Two Graves by Keith Nixon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dig Two Graves by Keith Nixon
Four Stars

Dig Two Graves is the first book in the Solomon Grey series by Keith Nixon. This thrilling crime drama had me hooked from the very first page. This is the first book I have read from this author, but it definitely won’t be the last. This book was dark and dealt with a lot of different issues, kidnapping, suicide, depression and a bunch of killings. The way the author kept me guessing until the end on what happened to Solomon’s son was excellent. I haven’t read many crime novels in the past couple of years but I really enjoyed this one, and look forward to reading more in this series.

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The Inheritance: The Story of an Unlikely Submissive by India Kells – Review by Sunday Barnaby

The InheritanceThe Inheritance by India Kells
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Inheritance: The Story of an Unlikely Submissive by India Kells
Five Stars

The Inheritance: The Story of an Unlikely Submissive is a short story by India Kells. Although short, this book packs a big punch. This is my new favorite book by Ms. Kells. If you like your reads Sizzling Hot, this is the book from you. Lani is a young woman who is a budding artist, who is trying to get her life together. Max is a recluse millionaire keeping himself save from the world. When they come together it is explosive and their chemistry is off the charts. I read this book in one sitting and loved every minute of it. I highly recommend this book. Five Stars!

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Feathers: A Novel by Kylie Stewart – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Feathers - A NovelFeathers – A Novel by Kylie Stewart
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Feathers: A Novel by Kylie Stewart
Five Stars

Feathers: A Novel is the first book I have read by Kylie Stewart. I have to say, this is my new favorite read of this year. This story started out so heartbreakingly, but ended so heartwarming. Charlotte started her life as no girl should have being sold into slavery, which ultimately made her so strong. Lottie and Hawk’s story was amazingly sweet, but with life’s little frustrations popping up. To watch these two grow into strong well balanced adults was a pleasure to read. I’m hoping that the rest of the girls will get their story told. I highly recommend this book and look forward to reading more by Ms. Stewart

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Surviving Grace: Book Five (Surviving Series) by Virginia Wine – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Surviving Grace: Book Five ( Surviving Series)Surviving Grace: Book Five by Virginia Wine
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Surviving Grace by Virginia Wine
Five Stars

Surviving Grace is the fifth and final book in the Surviving series by Virginia Wine. This novella brings the whole series together and should not be read as a standalone. This book like the rest of the series is well written and grabbed my attention on the very first page. With this installment we learn about Grace and the things that happened to her in the past. This book is full of suspense, heartache, and heartwarming romance. I love how Ms. Wine brought back all of the characters from previous books. I highly recommend this book, series and author. I’m looking forward to reading more from Ms. Wine.

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