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Book review: Trisha Grace – Home to You (@TrishaGraceBks)

Emily Bennett is a renowned journalist, but when a target is painted on her back she eventually has to recognise some things are not worth risking. Determined to have a simple life she moved to Anchorville, Oregon where she is committed to continue working as a murder mystery writer. Little did she know her dreams… Continue reading Book review: Trisha Grace – Home to You (@TrishaGraceBks)

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Book review: Lauren Rowe – Smitten (@laurenrowebooks)

Alessandra was a music student, two years in with a killer voice and amazing talent. Her knowledge of music, her way of seeing and hearing things was second to none. The one thing she isn't, however, is outgoing. When she comes face to face with one of her favourite bands, shy girl Alessandra freezes, especially… Continue reading Book review: Lauren Rowe – Smitten (@laurenrowebooks)

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Book review: Joseph Pinto’s – A Distilled Spirit (@JosephAPinto)

Joseph Pinto's A Distilled Spirit: pained prose from a bar focuses on the author's observations, musings, and discoveries from his everyday life put to pen to reach an audience who will want to engage, understand, and embrace the words within. There are many poems of altering lengths, styles, and musings which ensure there will be… Continue reading Book review: Joseph Pinto’s – A Distilled Spirit (@JosephAPinto)

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Book review: Sara J. Bernhardt – In Gray (@SaraJBernhardt1)

When Daisy was in an accident the colour drained from her life, but in its place, she had something else, prophetic dreams. It was the only time she saw colour, the problem was, these dreams are about people about to die, people she has to save. Just like someone had saved her from the accident.… Continue reading Book review: Sara J. Bernhardt – In Gray (@SaraJBernhardt1)

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Book review: Eva Alton – Stray Witch (@EvaAlton)

Stray Witch is book one in Eva Alton's The Vampires of Emberbury series. Alba had suffered her husband's abuse for years. He was a hotshot lawyer with a mean temper who threw the threat of divorce as easily as he threw his verbal insults and the occasional strike. But this time he was serious, he… Continue reading Book review: Eva Alton – Stray Witch (@EvaAlton)

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Book review: Jay Veloso Batista – Thorfinn and the Witches Curse (@JayVBatista)

In Jay Veloso Batista's, Thorfinn and the Witches Curse, it started long ago when a witch was slain, but for Finn, his troubles began when he visited the tower where she met her demise. He hadn't even wanted to go if only he'd listened to his instincts and stayed away. He knew of the witch's… Continue reading Book review: Jay Veloso Batista – Thorfinn and the Witches Curse (@JayVBatista)

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Book review: JB Michaels -The Horde (@jbmichaels11)

Our favourite fake-British accented Californian is back in a gripping new adventure in JB Michaels' The Horde. Bud, Mauve, and Ivy may have bitten off more than they can chew. They thought things were improving after their showdown with the Vestal Virgin, that things would get better. They could not have been more wrong. They… Continue reading Book review: JB Michaels -The Horde (@jbmichaels11)

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Book review: Luna Kayne – Step Darkly: His Ward (@LunaKayne)

In Luna Kayne's Step Darkly, Emilia had run away years ago to university, leaving her past, her pain, and her secrets behind her. Leaving Joshua Darkly behind her. He and his mother had been insufferable, his mother, her step-mother for a short time, had been trouble from the start, but Joshua's hurt had been gradual.… Continue reading Book review: Luna Kayne – Step Darkly: His Ward (@LunaKayne)

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Book review: L.A. Sky – Tomorrow

Olivia was tired of coming home to an empty house. She wanted love, a man who was loyal, responsible, and protects what he loves. But trust, trust was the key and had to run both ways. Her life was simple, work, friends, and home. But the night she went to Jamie's party everything changed. Unnerved… Continue reading Book review: L.A. Sky – Tomorrow

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Book review: Daniel Maldonado – Butterflies Blue (@DanielMalAuthor )

Layla Little had supported her boyfriend Leon through his studies, she had even thrown him an amazing graduation party and moved her life for him. But still he had refused to publicly acknowledge their relationship. She wanted to be his First Lady, but instead she was nothing more than a dirty secret, one he thought… Continue reading Book review: Daniel Maldonado – Butterflies Blue (@DanielMalAuthor )