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Book review: Lara Ann Dominick – Oil and Water (@LaraAnnDominick)

In Lara Ann Dominick's Oil and Water, Elsie wanted everything to be a little more. More exciting, more dangerous, more passionate. She wanted a life straight out of those paranormal romance novels she loved to read. But Sam, her on-again-off-again boyfriend was a long shot from the excitement she craved. When her path crossed with… Continue reading Book review: Lara Ann Dominick – Oil and Water (@LaraAnnDominick)

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Book review: C.J. Pyrah – Legacy (@cjpyrah )

Torben had worked on the farm for almost his entire life. Amos had taken him in, and as much as he kept promising he would leave and pursue his own life he couldn't stand the thought of the man who raised him losing everything. Winters had been hard,  harvests bad, if he left he knew… Continue reading Book review: C.J. Pyrah – Legacy (@cjpyrah )

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Book review: D.M. Cain – A Chronicle of Chaos (@DMCain84)

When it comes to battle Chaos is amazing. He had defeated more enemies than his peers is highly skilled, well practised, and thought to be one of the best in the land. The problem was he knew it.  Having grown up believing himself to be the child of prophecy fated to bring the downfall of the… Continue reading Book review: D.M. Cain – A Chronicle of Chaos (@DMCain84)

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Book review: Andrew Smith – Jon Ridley The Beginning

In Andrew Smith's Jon Ridley The Beginning, seventeen years old, Jon Ridley, was always amazed when it seemed people knew his name. He wanted nothing more than to get home, but the longer he travelled the hazier his memories became. He had hoped to vanquish the great demon Gargoran but had barely escaped with his… Continue reading Book review: Andrew Smith – Jon Ridley The Beginning

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Book review: Kathrine Leannan – Redemption (@KathrineLeannan)

In Kathrine Leannan's Redemption, after losing her husband and unborn child Conner needed time away. Away from home, away from destiny, prophesies, and gods. Luckily she had a contract for a dressage school. Little does she know she is once again about to be centre in a struggle for power. Her swords scream warnings of… Continue reading Book review: Kathrine Leannan – Redemption (@KathrineLeannan)

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Book review: Mary Deal – Sea Cliff (@Mary_Deal)

Racheal was fine by herself, working, renovating, and writing. Last year, when a particularly scrumptious man caught her eye she even began to weave him into the book she was writing. Never did she imagine they would talk, that he would see something in her even she herself could not. Years of abuse from her… Continue reading Book review: Mary Deal – Sea Cliff (@Mary_Deal)

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Book review: Pete Adams – Cause And Effect (@Peteadams8)

Detective Jack Austin, aka Jane, had not been the same since his wife had died, but that wasn't going to stop him. With a great team and close friends he finds himself at the brunt of light-hearted jokes, and amidst an extensive support network. But when a fellow officer is murdered he is set on… Continue reading Book review: Pete Adams – Cause And Effect (@Peteadams8)

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Book review: Kenna McKinnon – Ascending (@KennaMcKinnon)

After suffering his abuse for years, never knowing which side of him she would face, Scarlett Kane receives the news that her husband, father of her child, was killed in a biking accident. After almost losing herself to the bottle she finds a way through, a reason to keep going and gets herself and her… Continue reading Book review: Kenna McKinnon – Ascending (@KennaMcKinnon)

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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