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Book review: S.P. Dawes – The Vine Tree

Hayley and Jesse had been through hell. It finally seemed like they had chance to get their life together. They had each other, they had their beautiful boy, and they also had argument after argument until it seemed their love was no longer enough to hold the broken pieces together. Traumatised by what happened Hayley… Continue reading Book review: S.P. Dawes – The Vine Tree

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Book review: The Frozen Flame – Sionna Trenz

Celia, aka CC, has spent years protecting her heart, throwing up mental roadblocks, looking for a reason why a good thing won't last, why the person she is with will let her down. She can't help it, her past ensured she'd be wary when it came to loving and trusting a man. The problem is,… Continue reading Book review: The Frozen Flame – Sionna Trenz

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book review: A.R.S.E by Nolan Locke and Damien Hanson

Meredith's plan had been simple. Fulfil Derek's wildest fantasy and make him hers. She was one of the best in Prestige gaming, a company who revolutionised AR, her work was phenomenal, and it was exactly the tool of seduction she needed. What she hadn't counted on was things spiralling out of control, glitches are appearing… Continue reading book review: A.R.S.E by Nolan Locke and Damien Hanson

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Book review: Julia Cowan – Cells (@juliacowan74)

James Hall hadn't had the best start in life, his father had brushes with the law, his home felt anything but safe. As he grew older, he too was tempted. He had his brushes with the law, but then one day he crossed the wrong person. It had seemed like a simple opportunity, too easy,… Continue reading Book review: Julia Cowan – Cells (@juliacowan74)

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Book review: Rebecca Ridge – Captivated: The submission of Maizey Randall (@AuthorRidge)

Maizey had travelled. For years she had found her own path, her own adventure, but it had finally been time to come home. Jobless she moves in with her mum, determined to pick up her life. But things have changed Her first love is married, and his brother still stirs desires best left buried. She… Continue reading Book review: Rebecca Ridge – Captivated: The submission of Maizey Randall (@AuthorRidge)

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Book review: Andrei Saygo – Oath Breakers (@AndreiSaygo)

Robert thought he had his life on track. He was part of a successful upstart, he trained diligently, oh and he saved unsuspecting people from invisible assassins only he could see. This was the hand he'd been dealt since his parents were murdered, but never did he expect something magnificent to rise from it, and… Continue reading Book review: Andrei Saygo – Oath Breakers (@AndreiSaygo)

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Book review: Emily Stormbrook – Chasing Starlight (@EmilyStormbrook)

Two years ago, Liam had been rescued from the drug and sex trafficker, Woodroe, by Marrok, forming a fast and loyal bond between the berserker and this alpha. While an alpha himself, Liam's wolf is content to defer to the man who saved him, content to take his place as beta at the Elswyth Chase… Continue reading Book review: Emily Stormbrook – Chasing Starlight (@EmilyStormbrook)

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Book review: Amy Johnson – Caged (@AmyJohnson895)

Eden was used to looking after everyone else. She lived to raid, she was skilled at walking unseen amongst the machines, and committed to memory everything she needed needed know in case challenged, but with the human numbers diminishing and the machines evolving, it was getting more difficult to remain unseen, and security on the… Continue reading Book review: Amy Johnson – Caged (@AmyJohnson895)

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Book review: S P Dawes – The Vine Cross

Hayley had thought she'd got the fresh start she needed, that she'd escaped her past. She finally has a job she enjoys, a place to call home, and at least some semblance of peace. But the past has a way of catching up to a person when they least expect it. Just like she wasn't… Continue reading Book review: S P Dawes – The Vine Cross

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Book review: Julia Cowan – Us vs The Rest of the World (@juliacowan74)

Since her father's death Maddie has been worried about her mother, more so these last few days, she's been forgetful, absent minded, and her behaviour sometimes has been downright strange. When a news broadcast reveals a string of bizarre events unfolding their small hometown goes to hell. Cut off from the rest of the world,… Continue reading Book review: Julia Cowan – Us vs The Rest of the World (@juliacowan74)