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Book review: The Revenge you Seek – Tracy Lorraine (@Tracy_L_Author)

For the past eighteen months Letty had gone through Hell. She had worked her whole life for a place in Columbia only to have it snatched from her as her life fell apart at the seams. MKU was meant to be a fresh start, a way to recapture just a fragment of herself and the… Continue reading Book review: The Revenge you Seek – Tracy Lorraine (@Tracy_L_Author)

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Book review: Maggie Cole – Web Of Betrayal

Hudson had been hurt in the past, the woman he wanted to marry had broken his heart and ever since he had kept himself guarded. Besides, no woman every wanted all of him, they wanted bits, to pick and choose which parts of him they would be willing to accept. they never wanted all of… Continue reading Book review: Maggie Cole – Web Of Betrayal

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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: 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: 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

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Book review: Andrei Saygo – Oath Breakers (@AndreiSaygo)

Robert thought he had his life on track. He was part of a successful upstart, he trained diligently, oh and he saved unsuspecting people from invisible assassins only he could see. This was the hand he'd been dealt since his parents were murdered, but never did he expect something magnificent to rise from it, and… Continue reading Book review: Andrei Saygo – Oath Breakers (@AndreiSaygo)

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Book review: Julia Cowan – Us vs The Rest of the World (@juliacowan74)

Since her father's death Maddie has been worried about her mother, more so these last few days, she's been forgetful, absent minded, and her behaviour sometimes has been downright strange. When a news broadcast reveals a string of bizarre events unfolding their small hometown goes to hell. Cut off from the rest of the world,… Continue reading Book review: Julia Cowan – Us vs The Rest of the World (@juliacowan74)