I Will Bury You by Brandy Nacole – Review by Jerricka Brown

I Will Bury YouI Will Bury You by Brandy Nacole
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was amazing. I honestly am just now getting into suspense and this one caught me from the very beginning. It is so much detail written that it transports you into the scenes. The author really makes you want more. It was so hard to put down. With every page turn, I was left on the edge of my seat.

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Maggie (Maggie Trilogy Book 1) AUDIO BOOK by Mya O’Malley – Review by Carly Vogler

Wow! Be prepared to listen to this book all in one sitting. At about 10 hours in length, this story is riveting from the start.

Maggie by Mya O’Malley, is a marvelous creation! I love the way it is written from different characters points of view. You really feel as though you are in the story with them.

Naomi is running from a mentally unstable ex-boyfriend and falls right into a home near a cemetery. After her cat seems drawn to a particular grave, Naomi delves deep into the young girl’s “accidental” death and finds herself befriending a spirit.

Naomi is quickly falling for a few guys in the neighborhood, but isn’t sure who she can trust as her research starts bringing up some surprising accusations. Can Naomi solve the mystery of young Maggie’s death while staying sane? Or with she get caught in harms way
and lose everything?

Maggie (Maggie Trilogy Book 1) AUDIO BOOK by Mya O’Malley

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Maggie (Maggie Trilogy Book 1) by Mya O’Malley
Genre – paranormal mystery, ghost stories, paranormal romance
Listening Length – 10 hours 18 minutes
Narrated by: Emily Ember
Cover design by – Jena Brignola
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to share your home with an unearthly spirit who can’t find closure?
Living on the edge of a cemetery with souls dating back to the 1700s would be enough to spook anyone, but Naomi finds it oddly romantic and becomes inspired to write her next novel. Why not, when her muse, Maggie, calls to her from beyond her own window? After all, the story couldn’t possibly be as complicated as Naomi’s own love life.
Torn between Ryan, the mysterious and seemingly perfect man she just started dating, and Bryce, the sexy single dad who recently moved in next door, Naomi must navigate the tangled web of dating – all while trying to solve the mystery of Maggie’s death. When things turn dangerous, Naomi quickly learns whom she can trust and, more importantly, whom she can’t. Will she be able to write Maggie’s story and finally give Maggie the peace she deserves?


Mya O’Malley was born and raised in the suburbs of New York City, where she currently resides with her family.
Mya’s passion is writing; she has been creating stories and poetry since she was a child. She earned her undergraduate degree in special education and a graduate degree in reading and literacy.
Mya is a published writer of contemporary romance, young adult, and paranormal romance/mysteries. Presently, Mya’s novels have been published by Solstice Publishing, Clean Reads, TouchPoint Press, and Blue Tulip Publishing.
Mya spends her free time honing her skills in photography, painting, and reading just about anything she can get her hands on. Mya loves to travel; she has visited several amazing locations such as Aruba, St. Lucia, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Costa Rica, Canada, Australia, and Ireland. Mya is currently working on her twelfth novel.

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Bound by Secrets (Deadly Isles Special Ops Series Book 2) by Amy McKinley – Review by Heather Stanley

Bound by Secrets (Deadly Isles Special Ops, #2)Bound by Secrets by Amy McKinley
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The second book in the Deadly Isles Special Ops by Amy McKinley was entertaining for sure. Was a very quick, enjoyable read. This was my first McKinley novel, and I did enjoy it. I don’t think you have to read the first one in the series to read this one, I enjoyed it and followed along without the first. There were some good twists and turns, some mystery, and resolutions I did not see coming. There were also elements of the supernatural which was a nice surprise. I would have liked if there was a warning about abuse somewhere, it can be triggering for some. (If I missed that then that’s my bad). The chemistry between the characters was great! Kayla’s story is well written and comes to a conclusion I think many will find emotional, surprising and fulfilling. If you love romance with some mystery then this is a book for you!

By @heather26

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Night Justice (A Chicago Vigilantes Novel) AUDIO BOOK by India Kells – Review by Liz Vrchota

I have yet to come across a India Kells novel that I didn’t absolutely adore and devour and this one, Night Justice, is no exception to the rule. I do enjoy the way that India Kells can weave a deep and emotional, yet gripping story that has a clear and loud plot mixed in with the passion she writes so well. I sincerely love the suspense novels that she does and this one would have to be on the top of that list of favs.

In Night Justice, A Chicago Vigilantes Novel, we get to follow Orla, a determined reporter with a mission. She must find a way to stop the distribution of a new drug that is terrorizing Chicago while also searching for a Vigilante with his own ideas of justice at play in the city. These will develop a team that will be unstoppable if they can get over their feelings and insecurities. Will she be able to do all of this and find love in the process? This book will take you on a crazy ride through Chicago and bend your mind as you try to figure out all pieces of the puzzle and where they fit! I can’t wait to get my hands on the next book in this series and any others that India Kells will grace us with soon!


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Night Justice (A Chicago Vigilantes Novel) AUDIO BOOK by India Kells – Review by Robin Rankin

Night Justice by India Kells and Narrated by Dan Price

I have listen to lots of audiobooks over the last few years, especially while working and discovered very early on that the narrator could make me love or hate the book regardless of the story.

Mr. Price did a great job reading and the voice modulator was a great touch.  I would get so lost in the story that I would just stop doing everything else and listen.

Great story and narration which I throughly enjoyed every minute of.

Night Justice (A Chicago Vigilantes Novel) AUDIO BOOK by India Kells – Review by Dani Dando

This started off pretty interesting, thought the idea of The Vigilante had an echo of batman to it which piqued my interest. Don’t really know how I felt about the romance aspect of it as I thought it was a tad unbelievable, it moved far too fast for me, getting hot and heavy before either character had really had time to land. I mean I had some pretty awesome impressions of Orla when first introduced; strong-willed, savvy, and smart, but then she very quickly makes some decisions that had me baffled.
I will say that I am not keen on these types of stories but for those that do like the steamy stories this is for you, with the added spice of the danger and the thrill of a mystery. The narration is pretty good too and kept me interested. I find that sometimes if the narration isn’t that good, I will switch off and struggle to take in the tale, but there was no issue with this, Price was engaging and a great storyteller.
With all those things said I will say that Kells has penned a really interesting tale, I just wish there had been more of the aspects that interested me. Anyone that likes a good smoldering romance with all the beats and action of a thriller will love this.

Night Justice (A Chicago Vigilantes Novel) AUDIO BOOK by India Kells – Review by Katie Matthews

Night Justice – Audio Book
By India Kells
5 stars

There was plenty of action from the very start. The characters in the story were great. I really liked Orla, she was strong, determined and wasn’t going to back down. I really enjoyed reading about her. I loved that there was a little romance in the story too. When Orla and The Vigilante meet their connection and chemistry was undeniable!

I really enjoyed the narration, it was easy to listen to and I felt like the time just flew by as I settled down to listen.

Night Justice is a fantastic 5 star story, it has some darker romance elements to it which I loved! I am really excited to listen to the next book in the series.

Night Justice (A Chicago Vigilantes Novel) AUDIO BOOK by India Kells – Review by Sunday Barnaby

Night Justice by India Kells

Narrated by Dan Price

Five Stars


Night Justice is the first book in A Chicago Vigilante series by India Kells. India Kells is one of my go to authors and this book is my new favorite. This book had me listening long into the night and I couldn’t put it down until I listened to the end. It was well worth my lost sleep. This dark thriller is full of action, adventure, mystery, and romance. The characters were well defined and very relatable. Orla Karlsen is a reporter who goes undercover to save the city from a new drug that could destroy it. The Vigilante is a dark savior who is catching bad guys, when the two meet sparks fly. Both have issues with trust, which can lead to death or glory. I can’t wait to get my hands on the second book in this series.

Dan Price is a wonderful narrator, this is the second book I have  listened to that he has done. He really brought the characters to life. His voice is smooth and sexy sounding. This was an overall great listening experience.

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Murder Creek: An Eve Sawyer Mystery by Jane Suen – Reviewed by Roxsanne Lesieur.

Murder Creek (Eve Sawyer #1)Murder Creek by Jane Suen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Eve Sawyer is a journalism student, but she also has these heightened senses which she cannot ignore nad they help in some situations, but they also won’t leave her alone and settle when they start up and when she is minding her own business and driving home when she drives over a bridge with a sign saying “Murder Creek” and she gets a prickling sensation in her spine and the almost overwhelming need to look down at the creek and know what happened there and this feeling of agitation and restlessness didn’t leave until she had gotten home and looked up the name and in doing so finds out about two significant events, a murder of a group of men on the banks in the 1800’s and a missing girl, Lucy Walken from twenty years ago. When Eve gets to college the next day, she immediately goes to see her professor to ask for him to give her an incomplete grade so that she can go and investigate what happened at Murder Creek over the summer break, he reluctantly agrees and so when shehas finished with everything else to complete her other classes, she heads to Murder Creek and finds a motel to stay in while also finding out that there will be a funeral that weekend and if she wants to stay in the motel longer, she will have to let the owner know in advance.

When she gets settled, she calls the contact her professor had said may help her with the investigation, so they agree to meet at the local diner and they talk about what she is in town for over dinner, he agrees to help her and to start, will take her to Murder Creek itself. That night Eve can’t sleep because of the horrific dreams she has of the two cases, but nevertheless, she is up and ready when her guide shows up, when they get there, the scene is peaceful, the complete opposite of the images which assault her senses, but when she goes to where Lacy’s bloody scarf was found, she only got the prickling sensation, but thankfully, no more images and when Eve returns to her room, she goes over her notes and makes a list of what she needs to find out. She looks at the phone book and finds the listings for Walken’s, she calls the two she finds and arranges to meet one the next morning, but the other just tells her she can’t be of any help. Later on, Eve is taken to see the sheriff as a courtesy to tell him what she is doing there and to ask him what he knows, but he is quite closed off and won’t help them, but Eve has another way to get the information she wants and asks to go to the newspapers main office and places an ad in for anyone to call her if they have any information.

As Eve digs deeper into the case and learns more about Lacey, she realises that this beautiful girl was more than meets the eye and whatever happened to her doesn’t quite match up and when she starts talking to people, something still doesn’t seem to add up, but it seems that the key detail is still missing and she worries that she may never know what it is when it turns out that the funeral is for one of the towns main benefactors.

Will Eve be able to uncover the truth about what happened to Lacey, or will the dead ends and lost leads conspire against her? This is a mystery to get your teeth into and will keep you guessing until the very end.

Reviewed by @roxsannel

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