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Little Do You Know (Bayou Devils MC #5) by A.M. Myers – Review by Tracy Manderson

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 (Bayou Devils MC #5) by A.M. Myers

5 out of 5 stars

Little Do You Know is the fifth book in the Bayou Devils MC written by A.M. Myers and I have read every book in this series and they get better with each book. The characters are well written with strong opinions. This is a second chance love story MC style.

Noah LeBlanc is a brother of the Bayou Devils MC, he is also inmate 606 and he only wants two things his freedom and his girl.

Noah met Kady Sinclair In the sixth grade, she is the girl of his dreams. She was smart as a whip and challenged him at every turn and Noah wasted no time in winning her heart. They were inseparable until the club got in the way. A jealous competitor, carelessness and his own ambition cost him everything.

Now that he is released from prison, he’s determined to rebuild his life and find the one girl who has always owned his heart. The problem is no one has heard a word from her in seven long years. She has disappeared off the face of the earth.

Will Noah be able to find Kady? Will he get his second chance or is Kady lost to him forever? You will need to read this great book/series….

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Tracy

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Desperately Seeking Sixty-Nine: A Spicy Romantic Comedy About the Afterlife (The Green Room Chronicles Book 1) by J.D. Frettier – Review by Tracy Manderson

Desperately Seeking Sixty-Nine (The Green Room Chronicles #1)Desperately Seeking Sixty-Nine by J.D. Frettier
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Desperately Seeking Sixty-Nine (The Green Room Chronicles #1) by J.D. Frettier
5 out of 5stars

Desperately Seeking Sixty-Nine is the first book in the Green Chronicles series written by J.D. Frettier this is a short novel with great characters that are well developed and a great plot.

Bonnie McMillan and Peter Hampton meet at Woodstock and begin their free-spirited love-filled journey with each other.

We fast forward forty-seven years. Bonnie unexpectedly passes after a night of hot sex and is whisked up to Purgatory, ‘The Green Room’ as they call it. Bonnie’s best friend meets her at the pearly green gates and the fun begins, from body sculpting to channeling.
We get to follow Bonnie on her erotically incorrect quest to re-connect with the love of her life. Or at the very least, make sure the sex toys are hidden before the kids start sorting through her things!
This is a great short read and I can’t wait until book two in this series comes out… I highly recommend this book.
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Tracy
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The Billionaire and the Therapist (Clean Billionaire Romance Reads, #1) by Kim Koby – Review by Tracy Manderson

The Billionaire and the Therapist (Clean Billionaire Romance Reads, #1)The Billionaire and the Therapist by Kim Koby
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Billionaire and the Therapist (Clean Billionaire Romance Reads, #1) by Kim Koby

5 out of 5 stars

The Billionaire and the Therapist is the first book in the Clean Billionaire Romance Reads written by Kim Koby. This is a sweet love story about second chances. The characters are amazing and well written and I really enjoyed the plot

Natalie is a kind-hearted, caring speech therapist. She had to start over in Texas and put her past behind her. But now she is also overwhelmed at the prospect that the man who once stalked her could be released. All she wants is to feel safe again.

A few years ago John Callahan lost his wife in a tragic car accident now he is a single father to their daughter Catherine. He is at his wit ends when it comes to his daughter he knows they’re not the same but when she goes from a happy talkative little girl to not speaking. So how does he help his daughter he hires a speech therapist and you guessed it its Natalie. He will do anything for Catherine.

You could see the sparks fly when these two meet. So when their feeling start to deepen John is worried what Natalie will do when his secret comes out. Will Catherine talk again? Can Natalie help Catherine? Can Natalie and John move far-word with their lives? Will their past come back to haunt them?

I highly recommend this story it’s awesome….
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Tracy
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An Appointment (Summer in New York #4) by Lindsay Marie Miller – Review by Tracy Manderson

An Appointment (Summer in New York, #4)An Appointment by Lindsay Marie Miller
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An Appointment (Summer in New York #4) by Lindsay Marie Miller
5 out of 5 stars

An Appointment is the fourth book in the Summer in New York series written by Lindsay Marie Miller and I have read all four book in this series and they just get better with each book. The characters are amazing. The plot of two broken people with horrible exe’s and how they find each other and heal each other; and the description of the Hamptons and the pier in NY was great.

Savannah’s life hasn’t turned out the way she planned. Her marriage has failed and she is left alone to raise her son. Her ex-husband moved on as soon as the divorce was final. She thinks all she needs to keep her happy is her son Tre but you could tell she wasn’t happy.
One day she takes Tre to the doctor’s and when the doctor walks in, he isn’t the 70 year old doctor but his son Preston or as Tre calls him Dr. Cole. He may be a hot sexy doctor who loves kids and is single but she’s not taking a chance with her heart again.
Preston hasn’t had the best years of his life either. His wife left him for a plastic surgeon after he couldn’t give her what she wanted. On top of all that thanks to her hefty spending, now he has a quarter million dollars of debt. So much for true love.
So when Savannah walks into his office with her son, holy hell, he wants to get to know her.  He doesn’t care that she is feisty and stubborn, he likes a good challenge.
Will Preston wear Savannah down? Can they overcome the betrayal of their exes to move forward? You will have to read this story to find out.
I highly recommend this book/series…

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Yearning Young (Burning Britely #2) by Deidre Huesmann – Review by Tracy Manderson

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

Yearning Young (Burning Britely #2) by Deidre Huesmann

5 out of 5 stars

Yearning Young is the second book in the Burning Britley series written by Deidre Huesmann and it’s the second book that I have read by this author. The characters were well written and the storyline was different with self-discovery and self-acceptance we also have strong friendships and families and also dysfunctional, chaotic families and friends.
We met Jeff and Braeden in book two and this story is told from Braeden’s POV. Braeden is a good guy who is confused and trying to figure out who he is.

Braeden’s never had to question anything before. He’s always been popular, always had everything handed to him, and always been straight. Then he met Jeffrey Young. Quiet, studious, analytical a guy.
Now he’s questioning everything. Like if he can handle his pill-abusing mother and ruthlessly enabling father much longer. If he’s protecting his siblings out of selfless motivations. If he belongs with Jeff, now his boyfriend. Jeff’s less-than-straight friends are skeptical of his sexuality as well, which isn’t assuaging any of Braeden’s fears.
As their connection deepens quickly Braeden is asking himself if he is supposed to be with a guy.
This is a great read…
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Tracy
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An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters #3) by Erica Taylor – Review by Tracy Manderson

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters, #3)An Improper Encounter by Erica Taylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

An Improper Encounter (The Macalisters #3) by Erica Taylor
5 out of 5stars
An Improper Encounter is the third book in the Macalisters series written by Erica Taylor
And it’s the second book that I have read by this author and I loved the story. The plot was excellent and well written. The characters are strong and well written and I the loved the banter and quirkiness from them as well. We even see what the other characters from the first two books are up too.
Lady Sarah Hartford has done her duty to her family. She is beautiful, wealthy, widowed, and bored. Her sister in law and herself are at a inn and after agreeing to a scandalous dare to seduce a stranger into her bedchamber, she meets the devilishly handsome doctor, William Gordon. Though both keep their true identities hidden, an intense romance blooms between them, and Sarah finally feels like she could be happy again.
After they arrive in London, William promises to reunite with Sarah after dealing with his ailing father, the reason to which he was summoned to London. But three months pass, and Sarah begins to lose hope of ever seeing her lover again.
A few months later he arrives on her doorstep, married, a duke, and with a pregnant duchess in tow. As the pair try to untangle truth from lies while keeping their history a secret from everyone around them, they realize they may never be together.
I really enjoyed this book an highly recommend this book
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Tracy
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WTF, God?: Understanding God in the Midst of Transition by Michelle N. Onuorah – Review by Tracy Manderson

WTF, God?: Understanding God in the Midst of TransitionWTF, God?: Understanding God in the Midst of Transition by Michelle N. Onuorah
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

WTF, God?: Understanding God in the Midst of Transition by Michelle N. Onuorah
4 out of 4 stars

WTF, God?: Understanding God in the Midst of Transition written by Michelle N. Onuorah is the first book that I have read by this author. WTF God shows us how Michelle explores her experiences as a young adult and the ways in which her faith guided her through decisions and changes. It also shows that Crossroads are an inevitable part of life. But how do you navigate them when your life is not your own?

Michelle shares the ten key lessons she’s learned about God, life and understanding both in the midst of ceaseless transitions with breathtaking candor, razor sharp humor, and bold vulnerability.
In her words, “This book is for those of you who believed with all your heart that you would end up in one place and somehow, despite following God – or maybe even because of it – ended up on a completely different path. This is for those of you who, though you love God, sometimes wonder who he even is. This is for those of you who choose to believe he’s still good.”
This is a great read even though Im pissed at God right now I still love him and recommend this book.
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Tracy
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Luke (The McKades of Texas #3) by Kimberly Lewis – Review by Tracy Manderson

Luke (The McKades of Texas, #3)Luke by Kimberly Lewis
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Luke (The McKades of Texas #3) by Kimberly Lewis
4 out of 5 stars

Luke is the third book of the Mckade’s of Texas written by Kimberly Lewis and it’s the first book that I have read by this author. The characters are well written and it pulled me into the story with ease and held my attention to the end.

All Karlie Jo wants is a life with Luke she want him to fall in love with her and have a happily ever after she has had a crush on him forever. Now Karlie Jo is back in town all grown up and she has plans for Luke.

Luke is shocked when he realizes that Karlie Jo isn’t a little girl anymore. What surprise’s him the most is the lust he feels when he sees her again. Karlie Jo comes up with a proposition he can’t refuse because he is really happy to oblige even if it’s temporarily.

Karlie is willing to play along, for now but her heart is set on forever. As raw desire sparks something deeper, can Karlie convince Luke that rules are meant to be broken? Or will their passionate summer fling end with broken hearts instead?

This is a great read and I highly recommend it…
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Tracy
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The Light at Dawn by K.L. Montgomery – Review by Tracy Manderson

The Light at DawnThe Light at Dawn by K.L. Montgomery
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Light at Dawn by K.L. Montgomery
5 out of 5 stars

The light at Dawn written by K.L. Montgomery is a very emotional read especially for me right now and this story has helped me process my thoughts and emotions about a tragic event that happened the day i started reading this book.

Angelia White has three children she is a stay at home mom who bakes cakes on the side. One day she looses her youngest son Evan. In the wake of this unspeakable tragedy her marriage crumbles as her life.

Even though five years had passed since she lost Evan, Angelia is still picking up the pieces. Getting involved in the cause, so she could pour her broken heart into was just another part of the healing process.

Mark and Angelia meet at a ralley and they are basically on opposite sides.

Everything Mark thought he knew and believed in was obliterated when he lost Ashleigh, along with his heart. His wounds are too fresh for Mark to keep his grip on reality. The only way he could pick up the pieces was to fight for a way to prevent any other parent from ever suffering such merciless pain.

Can Angelia and Mark help each other heal? Will they find comfort in each other lives? Can they overcome their grief to move on in their lives?

I highly recommend this book…
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Tracy
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The Monster’s Lover by Samantha MacLeod – Review by Tracy Manderson

The Monster's LoverThe Monster’s Lover by Samantha MacLeod
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Monster’s Lover by Samantha MacLeod
4 out of 5 stars
The Monster’s Lover in the first book in the The Fenris Series written by Ms. MacLeod and is the first book that I have read by this author. This story is about hardship, sacrifices, and love. The story started out slow but once you got into it, it was great. The characters are well written and there is a depth to Sol that wanted me to keep reading. The description of the background was vibrant and colorful.
Sol Eriksen’s family has fallen on hard times since her father’s death. Her mother cannot provide her annual quota of purple oak so she trades Sol in payment to the cruel King Nøkkyn for one year in his harem.
After running from some of the locals, she is at the river when she meets a handsome man, Fenris, who claims to be the dangerous beast that roams the Ironwood. She thinks he is playing games with her because this is the name of the mythical beast she heard about as a child. So is he a madman or a demon? She knows she shouldn’t listen to him but she is running out of options and time.
Can Sol trust Fenris? Will Fenris let Sol down? Will he be able to save her from the cruel king? Read the story to find out…
This book ends in a cliffhanger and I recommend this book….

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