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Book review: Abigail Strom – Tell Me (@AbigailStrom)

Jane was happy to indulge in her fantasies, unlike Caleb, her teenage crush and her sister Sam's business partner, she was happy to keep her adventures in her mind. But lately, he's been having his own fantasies. He and Sam were close, like siblings, but at one point he stopped seeing Jane as his little… Continue reading Book review: Abigail Strom – Tell Me (@AbigailStrom)

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Book review: Donna Alam – Liar Liar (@word_hoor)

When Rose finished her shift at the strip bar that night she had no idea how much her life was going to change. Arriving home early in the morning she is taken by surprise by an attacker, only to discover he wasn't trying to hurt her, he was hurt and needed help. The hospital assumed… Continue reading Book review: Donna Alam – Liar Liar (@word_hoor)

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Book review: Hayleigh Sol – Book review

Sophie had been eagerly awaiting the next romance book from her favourite author for too long. Content with her single life she was happy to get her injection of romance this way. What she wasn't expecting was for the book to present an opportunity of something more. Someone had read it before her, leaving something… Continue reading Book review: Hayleigh Sol – Book review

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Book review: Lorhainne Eckhart – The Third Call (@LEckhart)

In Lorhainne Eckhart's The Third Call, from the moment that second emergency call came through Marcus O’Connell knew it was something more than a childish prank. The girl was terrified, trapped in a house that wasn't hers with her mum and a man she didn't know. By the time the third call is connected intuition… Continue reading Book review: Lorhainne Eckhart – The Third Call (@LEckhart)

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Book review: Marie Scully – Flame

In Marie Scully's Flame, Danny was always on the move. She took work where she could and when things got too serious or people got too close she ran. She was always running. But this time something was different. From the moment she met Noel on the train life changed. She found herself at Wild… Continue reading Book review: Marie Scully – Flame

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Book review: Whitney G – Two Weeks Notice (@Whitgracia)

Tara was desperate, behind on rent with only a few dollars in her bank she was doing everything she could to save pennies until she could find a job. She had left university with excellent prospects, but no one seems to be willing to take a chance, that is, until she is caught doing something… Continue reading Book review: Whitney G – Two Weeks Notice (@Whitgracia)

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Book review: A Zavarelli – Beast (@AZavarellibooks)

Bella's father has gone missing, not knowing whether he is alive or dead is killing her. She's a pop idol, a young lady with the voice of an angel, but all she feels now instead of the joy of music is trapped. She keeps reaching out, hoping that she will hear something, anything, to confirm… Continue reading Book review: A Zavarelli – Beast (@AZavarellibooks)

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Book review: Trisha Grace – Always You (@TrishaGraceBks)

After a hectic two weeks Emily Bennett believes she can finally relax and have that first date she has been looking forward to with Alexander. With his parents' murder behind bars that should be the end of the problems, but trouble runs deeper than anyone had imagined. A string of events already set into motion… Continue reading Book review: Trisha Grace – Always You (@TrishaGraceBks)

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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)