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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: 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: Imania Margria – The Pacemaker (@ImaniaMargria)

In Imania Margria's, The Pacemaker, Minerva had fought tooth and nail through the five years of life she remembered. She had learnt she could not trust anyone. To survive was to be alone. But when she was accepted into Calendula University, a prestigious school thought to be the best in the country, her outlook had to change,… Continue reading Book review: Imania Margria – The Pacemaker (@ImaniaMargria)

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Book review: Tanor Costa – Dawn of the Cloaks (@Tanor_Costa)

For years there had been relative peace. The Hamen line ruled. With Eloy on the throne, things appeared calm. But how things appear upon the surface speak nothing of the undercurrents. War is coming, and it will take no prisoners,  except for those held within its thrall. Eloy is about to discover that there is… Continue reading Book review: Tanor Costa – Dawn of the Cloaks (@Tanor_Costa)

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Book review: B. Roman’s Before the Boy (@BMoonSinger1)

Billie Nickerson hadn't been ready to die, but what parent is? This was different though, it hadn't been her time, she hadn't yet fulfilled the duty to her son and passed on all he would need to know, all that would make him the hero the future yearned for. A simple mistake ensured the karmic… Continue reading Book review: B. Roman’s Before the Boy (@BMoonSinger1)

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Book review: Alan W Thompson – Abomination Desolation (@CrtnAbomination)

In Alan W Thompson's Abomination Desolation, William had sacrificed almost everything to destroy Cenetics. Even his wife had looked upon him with disgust as she realised what he had done. He had been labelled a terrorist and placed in a facility where visitors were forbidden. A vision warned him of what is still to come,… Continue reading Book review: Alan W Thompson – Abomination Desolation (@CrtnAbomination)

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Book review: Melissa H Coleman – Hidden City of Alchemy (@melhnorthauthor)

In Melissa H Coleman's, Hidden City of Alchemy, Albert has been watching Lizzy for two years, protecting her from the shadows, but when she fled wearing the blue ring he knew he had failed. With her mother missing, and a family secret that could spell the end of all, Lizzie must quickly discover her heritage,… Continue reading Book review: Melissa H Coleman – Hidden City of Alchemy (@melhnorthauthor)

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Book review: S. Lynn Helton – Power Awry

In S. Lynn Helton's Power Awry Namid is busying herself helping to rebuild her former home, Rhadanthus, which was turned to all most ruin following the wake of her former adventure. With winter drawing in, time to create a safe shelter was running out, but little did she know the coming of Spring would bring more… Continue reading Book review: S. Lynn Helton – Power Awry

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Book review: Jennifer Chase – Her Last Whisper (@JChaseNovelist)

In Jennifer Chase's, Her Last Whisper, Katie has just started her role as a cold-case detective. After two deployments in Afghanistan, she was ready for something else, even if her undiagnosed PTSD was unwilling the release its grasp on her. Her first case was only six months old, a kidnapping. Throwing herself into the investigation… Continue reading Book review: Jennifer Chase – Her Last Whisper (@JChaseNovelist)

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Book review: Ruth Mitchell – Deleted (@literallyruth)

Spex were not just a trend, they were a way of life. The world was yours and with a thought, knowledge was at your fingertips. Thanks to Marco's app, never did you have to worry about forgetting a name again. Of course, there are some people who relish obscurity, who have found a hack not… Continue reading Book review: Ruth Mitchell – Deleted (@literallyruth)