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Book review: A Price to Pay – Jason Hubbard

In Jason Hubbard's A Price to Pay, Melindra awoke with no idea who she was. The face in the mirror was unfamiliar, the people she should know, strangers. But her instincts told her not to let on, that not everyone near her could be trusted if they saw her weakness. It's hard to play along… Continue reading Book review: A Price to Pay – Jason Hubbard

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Book review: Storm of Emotions – Tabitha Womack (@TabithaWomack_1 )

The last thing Kerah wanted to do was run. She was a proud warrior, strong, fast, loyal. She wanted to stand and fight beside her uncle as the world crumbled around them. Instead she was torn from the battle, dragged out to sea, and announced to be her uncle’s heir. But misfortune followed her even… Continue reading Book review: Storm of Emotions – Tabitha Womack (@TabithaWomack_1 )

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Book review: The Great Balance – Terrene A. Davenport

In Terrene A. Davenport’s The Great Balance Brie had been haunted by nightmares since the death of her mother, dark figures and sinister occurrences plaguing her sleep. But little does she know that these night terrors are just the tip of her troubles. For years she has worked to get her fashion business of the… Continue reading Book review: The Great Balance – Terrene A. Davenport

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Book review: The Anti-Bachelorette – T.L. Quinn

Emory loved her dad, since her mother first dropped him at her door and left when she was five years old they had been inseparable. She'd also loved working side by side with him, until she came back from vacation to find an antagonistic, arrogant asshole had taken over as foreman on the site. As… Continue reading Book review: The Anti-Bachelorette – T.L. Quinn

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Book review: Careless – Michelle Heard (@MichelleAHorst)

Leigh Baxter wasn't your normal nineteen year old college student. Already a doctor, she'd taking a break before pursuing her passion, the heart, but while she'd an expert on the ins and outs of this organ, love is a concept she hasn't fully grasped, although she felt she was close when she crossed path with… Continue reading Book review: Careless – Michelle Heard (@MichelleAHorst)

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Book review: Illusion – Joseph Phelps

They say those who fail at higher education turn to a life of crime. In this instance a life of crime is exactly the name of the 21st century based immersive game Kurt finds himself drawn into after being expelled. At first it was a way of reconnecting with Jimmy, but as the stakes increase… Continue reading Book review: Illusion – Joseph Phelps

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Book review: Reckless- Michelle Heard (@MichelleAHorst)

Mia loved her brother, she loved his friends, they were close, family, until one day after they left for New York they no longer had time for her in their life. They stopped calling, stopped texting, forgot about her, leaving her alone and rejected.  For four years it was as if she didn't exist, for… Continue reading Book review: Reckless- Michelle Heard (@MichelleAHorst)

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Book review: Heartless – Michelle Heard (@MichelleAHorst)

Della had no time for boys. She was earning her degree, working to pay her way, because her succeeding wasn't just about her. It was about the little sister she left at home. Their parents had died when they were still young, and she needed to make sure her sister was looked after. The plan… Continue reading Book review: Heartless – Michelle Heard (@MichelleAHorst)

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Book review: Sins of Justice – Maggie Cole (@MaggieColeAuth)

He'd killed a man. There had been no choice. Ryland knew this, he'd do it again in a heartbeat, without hesitation, but that didn't mean it didn't haunt him. He was barely functioning, consumed by guilt, so when Chloe, the newly assigned FBI agent shows up, wanting to know why he'd called them so urgently,… Continue reading Book review: Sins of Justice – Maggie Cole (@MaggieColeAuth)

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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