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Book review: Gordon Bickerstaff – The Belgravia Sanction (@GFBickerstaff)

Zoe Tampsin was done with the Lambeth Group, at least she thought she was until it became apparent the new boss had no idea what he was doing. When Zoe's protégé goes missing mid-investigation there seems no choice but to bring this deadly vixen out of retirement and back into the field. Whispers of a… Continue reading Book review: Gordon Bickerstaff – The Belgravia Sanction (@GFBickerstaff)

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Book review: Sallyann Phillips – Blood Vow (@_SallyannP)

Dragged to the Elders, Tavi and her pack are uncovering things they never dreamed possible, enemies in the ranks, ancient prophecies, and of course, a coming war. Tavi must decide who she can trust. She is a hybrid, a child of bloodlines long forgotten, and now is the time to become all she must be.… Continue reading Book review: Sallyann Phillips – Blood Vow (@_SallyannP)

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Book review: Across the Border – Mark Morey (@markmorey5)

Sixteen year old Mei was thrilled to have met Long. They connected instantly. She had always hoped to find someone she could be with, someone who could make her happy. But little did she know he wasn't who he said he was. Torn from her home and sold as a wife Mei is learning the… Continue reading Book review: Across the Border – Mark Morey (@markmorey5)

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Book review: C.A. King – High Heels And Mistletoe (@PortalProphecy)

Christmas. The season of joy. Sure if the meaning of joy has turned to being saddled with an ancient curse that made Christmas time unbearable. While the local shops blaring out Mistletoe and Wine wouldn't cause Julietta Romero to break out in hives, the presence of mistletoe was a dangerous thing indeed. She'd got it… Continue reading Book review: C.A. King – High Heels And Mistletoe (@PortalProphecy)

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Book review: Emily Stormbrook – Hel to Pay

After witnessing the brutal murder of his parents, Marrok Lovel was enslaved by the alpha of the Woodroe Cluster in exchange for his sister's freedom. Forced to grow up quickly he spends his life fighting, first in the rings, and then delivering punishments for unpaid debts. That was how his path crossed with Hel's. Her… Continue reading Book review: Emily Stormbrook – Hel to Pay

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Book review: Kate Messick – Wizards And Wives’ Tales (@KateMessick)

They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, and Joe is certainly missing Sandy and Dillion. Alone in a new country he is trying, he has found a new table-top game, new people to play with, but it is all so different. Used to being the GM he must hand over the reins to Paula, … Continue reading Book review: Kate Messick – Wizards And Wives’ Tales (@KateMessick)

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Book review: Empire High: Betrayal Ivy Smoak (@IvySmoakAuthor )

Brooklyn has every reason to fear for her life, Isabella has made it clear that she is not welcome, but she's had enough of being pushed around. She belongs in Empire High as much as anyone, and she is going to prove it. She's made mistakes, hurt people, but she's going to fix everything. While… Continue reading Book review: Empire High: Betrayal Ivy Smoak (@IvySmoakAuthor )

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Book review: Simone Beaudelaire – Polar Heat (@ladychkara)

The moment Russ' path crossed with Riley's he knew she was special. This shy, timid creature had captivated him from the moment she slipped into his plane, and she was all he could think about. But there was a danger with his pull to her. She was human, and while he was not accepted fully… Continue reading Book review: Simone Beaudelaire – Polar Heat (@ladychkara)

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Book review: Victoria Philips – Five Days in March (@LisaVProulx)

From the moment he laid eyes on her Wren knew Sparky was his forever. He would never love more deeply or truly, and yet if there was one thing always missing, preventing this great romance that was written in the stars, it was timing. Too soon, too late, but never right. Even when the right… Continue reading Book review: Victoria Philips – Five Days in March (@LisaVProulx)

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Forgotten Legacies series is now complete

With the recent release of The Dream Walker I am pleased to announce the Forgotten Legacies series is now complete! Check out the amazing trailer my very talented artist did for me. I am blown away by their amazing talent. https://youtu.be/HTW_bqlskF8 If you haven't started this multi-award-winning series yet, pick up your copies today, or… Continue reading Forgotten Legacies series is now complete