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Wildcat: A Steamy Firefighter Romance by Carina Alyce – Review by Barbara Bohls

Wildcat: A Steamy Firefighter RomanceWildcat: A Steamy Firefighter Romance by alyce
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book has so much steam from the very beginning, that you can’t help but blush while reading it. The story itself is a little all over the place. I’m not meaning poorly written, it has a great story line to it and amazing characters. What made it all over the place for me was the added point of view. It isn’t horrible, I just didn’t care to have a third persons point of view as to what was going on. Purely my own opinion. I love the two main characters giving their view of what is going on. Adding the third person to it just kinda lost the feel of the story for me. I love a strong female character but don’t necessarily care for a female character that is so set in her ways that it is a liability to herself. Most people don’t do what the main female in the story did. I love that she has a passion for what she does. I love that the main man is supportive of her dreams and is willing to make sure that she can accomplish everything safely. It is a swoony romance and you are captivated by not only all the steamy scenes but also the reactions of the characters when things happen. It is not your typical firefighter romance book. If you go in with an open mind and about 2 hours of time you can finish this book with a slight coloring of your cheeks and a new appreciation for female firefighters.

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The Good Lie by A.R. Torre – Review by Colleen Noyes

The Good LieThe Good Lie by A.R. Torre
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I borrowed this book through Kindle Unlimited and it’s my first book by this author. This gripping psychological story will make you second guess just about everything. There is suspense, romance, lies, turmoil, and shock. Dr. Gwen is a very likeable character that you can tell feels what her patients are going through, but that seems to also be her greatest downfall. Attorney Robert is a torn and beat down man who is good at his job and has you saying to yourself what is he thinking? The only character I really could not connect to was Scott, maybe there wasn’t enough about him to really let you get to know him. I found him to be a little unrealistic and not a lot of substance. The overall story and concept we well thought out and the author has a very easy writing style. If you like a good suspense story you will enjoy this book as I did.

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No Way Out (Mafia Elite, Book 1) by Amy McKinley- Review by Skylar Daniels

No Way Out (Mafia Elite, #1)No Way Out by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What a way to kick of a new series! I was hooked from beginning to end. I love mafia romance, and this was the perfect example of that genre! Action, tension, angst, romance! This book had it all and more! There is that attraction between Max and Lilian, Lord! I could feel that coming off the pages! The author knew exactly how to transport you in her world. I’m excited to read her next book in the series.

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Dead Sound (Things Unseen Series Book1) by Anise Eden – Review by Nina Maes

Great Suspenseful book. New author for me, looking forward to reading more. Lots of twist and turns, kept me on the edge of my seat. Love the characters vibe throughout the book. Highly recommend for a fast and engaging read.
Dead Sound (Things Unseen, #1)Dead Sound by Anise Eden
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Great Suspenseful book. New author for me, looking forward to reading more. Lots of twist and turns, kept me on the edge of my seat. Love the characters vibe throughout the book. Highly recommend for a fast and engaging read.

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Fall to Pieces by Becky Flade
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Genre – romance, suspense, thriller
Page Count – 253 pages
Cover Designer – Cora Graphics
Synopsis –
With her own department working against her, Homicide Detective Alexandra Danvers is determined to bring child killer, Arthur Book, to justice, no matter the cost.
Police corruption specialist, Detective Xavier Knight, a man without a home, friends, or family, is asked to evaluate Lexi’s fitness for duty while undercover as her new partner. He fears his actual mission–investigate Lexi–could allow a monster to walk free.
Though holding tight to their own secrets, they launch a covert investigation into Arthur Book who could cost Lexi and Xavier their careers, and possibly their lives.

Blood Oath (Mafia Elite, Book 2) by Amy McKinley- Review by Lauren West

Blood Oath (Mafia Elite, #2)Blood Oath by Amy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Book 2 has arrived and its just as amazing as book 1!We meet Sofia and Enzo, and follow their love. Friends from childhood to now there is a lot to their story. Sofia an upcoming fashion designer and Enzo an heir to the Mafia throne. So much is thrown their way, but their love soldiers in. This book has so much action, suspense, drama, intrigue, love, lust, and of course secrets.
Enzo will always protect Sofia, and as things start to heat up he does that and much more.

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Murder Among Friends by Linda Burson – Review by Carla Clemmons

Murder Among FriendsMurder Among Friends by Linda Burson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I don’t usually read this type if book! Let he just say I am so glad I did! I couldn’t out this book down. It definitely keeps you on the edge of your seat and turning pages. Cammy and her brother Zach have to use all of their investigation skills to solve this missing person case. But is Cammy to close to the case? This book builds all the way to the end. Really enjoyed the writing style and will be reading more from Linda Burson!

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Caine (Men of Syn Book 2) by Anise Storm – Review by Katie Kearney

Caine (Men of Syn, #2)Caine by Anise Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Caine (Men of Syn Book 2) by Anise Storm.
What a fantastic read this was! I love when an author can give me heat and an incredible storyline at the same time. Caine and Emery have a chemistry that just seems to jump off the pages. They truly brought the story to life for me. They were easy to connect with and root for. The storyline had me completely hooked from start to finish and I’ll be honest I felt a bit lost when I reached the end from missing the characters. It’s a well written book and I can’t wait for more from this author! Go get this book! Five stars all the way and highly recommended!

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Caine (Men of Syn Book 2) by Anise Storm – Review by Ashley Dover

Caine (Men of Syn, #2)Caine by Anise Storm
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Caine Stephens is a man wanted for the murder of his father Arthur Carmichael in the Washington, DC area. On the tip of a friend, Caine leaves the DC area quickly one night and travels to see his friend, Hawke, who owns the Syn BDSM club in Denver. Trying to stay off of everyone’s radar, Caine rents a rundown hotel room with cash. And Hawke supplies him with a job as part of the security detail at Syn.

After his first night at the club, Caine stops on his way home to help a stranded motorist. Much to his intense dislike, it is Emery Wilder, Hawke’s submissive’s best friend. Emery had led a life of luxury until her father is taken to jail on money laundering and drug trafficking charges. Then his accounts are frozen which includes all of her accounts and the penthouse that she lives in. As Caine gives her a lift, he realizes that a hole she is in and now her car isn’t running anymore. He offers her a place to stay with him because she has no one else to turn to.

Even though the two are working through troubles that are related, neither of them realizes how connected their paths really are. During their time together, Caine and Emery fall in love with one another. Can they work through their troubles and still end up together or will their pasts collide in a way that they cannot stay together?

This story is truly an amazing tale of how two truly different people can end up falling in love.

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Caine (Men of Syn Book 2) by Anise Storm – Review by April McCoy

Caine (Men of Syn, #2)Caine by Anise Storm
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The story of Caine and Emery is the second in the series and it didn’t disappoint. Hot, action-packed and suspenseful, this book had it all!
I really enjoyed it from beginning to end and I can’t wait to see more from the author!

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