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Book review: Bella Rayne – Darkest Betrayals (@BellaRayne10)

In Bella Rayne's Darkest Betrayals, the past always catches up to you. But what if the past is actively seeking you across lifetimes, sending a message across time and space because the past self recognises something the current self is blind to? This is precisely what the therapist James thinks is happening to Layla. He… Continue reading Book review: Bella Rayne – Darkest Betrayals (@BellaRayne10)

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Book review: S.E Finkielman – Starving Men

In S.E Finkielman's Starving Men, Dr Michael Gleeson had lived through difficult and hard times and had the dark memories to prove it. He recalled many of the hardships, and the names of those who forced difficult times on Ireland. When his new patient, Turlough O'Sullivan, an employee of a decommissioned IRA associate, creates an… Continue reading Book review: S.E Finkielman – Starving Men

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Book review: Jarrod L Edge – Zeta 6 (@E7Prophecy)

In Jarrod L Edge's, Zeta 6, an origin story, the discarded 6-3-9 carbon alloy plated cyborg remembered nothing. It ran, unaware of how it knew which path to take, or how it knew the things it did. The most essential things, those seeming most important were those it didn't know, such as who it was,… Continue reading Book review: Jarrod L Edge – Zeta 6 (@E7Prophecy)

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Book review: MJ Gaylor – The Seventh Trail

In MJ Gaylor's The Seventh Trail, Owenton had fallen. The Master brought this news with grimness, speaking of beasts who conquered the walls of Owenton with ease and brought with them a plague before their attack to render defences almost useless. The Master came to the clockmaker Bisbee's home to warn of the danger to… Continue reading Book review: MJ Gaylor – The Seventh Trail

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Book review: Ginger Ring – Playing Jasper (@gingerrings)

In Ginger Ring's Playing Jasper, Jackie had studied to be a reporter, she loved the thought of immersing herself in a good investigative piece. The problem was in her small town not much happened. With downsizing imminent she knew her job was on the line, so when a vacancy arose in the local winery she… Continue reading Book review: Ginger Ring – Playing Jasper (@gingerrings)

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Book review: Patricia C. Jackson – Mask Weavers for Hire (@PatriciaCJacks2)

Some may call it fate, others would call it a perfectly executed plan. When Daniel Walters walked into Carla's life she had no idea he already knew her. He had been watching her closely, but he had never expected to feel this way about her. He knew more about her life than she did, like… Continue reading Book review: Patricia C. Jackson – Mask Weavers for Hire (@PatriciaCJacks2)

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Book review: Mari Collier -Marika (@child7mari)

Marika had been left a tidy sum by her father. One her mother was using to fund the Haven. Over the years the law changed allowed her to inherit what was rightful hers, and such was the start of her trouble. With her inheritance came another gift, the truth about her origin, and a warning.… Continue reading Book review: Mari Collier -Marika (@child7mari)

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Book review: S.I. Taylor – Guilty Photographs (@sitaylorwrites)

In S.I. Taylor's Guilty Photographs, Barbera knew she could only rely on herself. Her body was a cavass to the betrayals she had experienced. But this latest edition had her concerned. Unable to recall the events of the night before she awoke bleeding, sore, and alone. She knew better than to call the cops, no… Continue reading Book review: S.I. Taylor – Guilty Photographs (@sitaylorwrites)

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Book review: Vicki Stewart – Saving Jia

In Vicki Stewart's Saving Jia, 'It's over for today. Tomorrow is a long time away,' was the mantra Jia repeated to herself every day once her terrible vision subsided. She knew it was coming, it started like clockwork at 5:55 pm, the time her father had been declared dead after taking a bullet to protect… Continue reading Book review: Vicki Stewart – Saving Jia

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Book review: Cynthia A Morgan – Misericorde (@MorganBC728)

Pestilence, War, and Famine have ridden, changing the world forever. Times of equal rights and respect had been long forgotten. Those of wealth rule, their servants little more than property, easily swapped when one becomes too damaged to perform their duties. Tzadkiel seeks to prove there is still hope, that one person in the godforsaken… Continue reading Book review: Cynthia A Morgan – Misericorde (@MorganBC728)