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Book review: JCR Paulino’s The Swords of Blood and Gold

In JCR Paulino’s The Swords of Blood and Gold, Jon had found his passion early in life and had excelled in the field of deep-sea treasure hunting. There was nothing he loved more than planning a voyage and reaping the rewards of their hard work, nothing, except maybe the comradery of his friends and colleagues… Continue reading Book review: JCR Paulino’s The Swords of Blood and Gold

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Book review: Vivian Woolf – Eye Contact

In Vivian Woolf’s, Eye Contact, Isobel was a straight-A student. She was only seen as that, a nerd, a geek, brains. Whatever they said about her, however, they teased her, one thing she'd never been as seen was beautiful, at least not by a boy. That all changed the day Evan walked in. Although new… Continue reading Book review: Vivian Woolf – Eye Contact

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Book review: Palmer Pickering – Light Fighters (@PalmerPickerin1)

Cassidy had been taken, kidnapped, taken from her twin and forced to endure the most horrendous torture while her brother, Torr, fought for his life before embarking on a desperate struggle across the moon, hoping to get her back. But his journey is not just one for his sister, it is one of discovery. A… Continue reading Book review: Palmer Pickering – Light Fighters (@PalmerPickerin1)

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Book review: Nikky Lee’s The Rarkyn’s Familiar. (@NikkyMLee)

Lyss had a plan. A vow of revenge. She had watched her father brutally murdered, almost lost her life herself. The only way to bring down something like that was from the inside. She had to get close enough to those responsible. What she didn't know was destiny had its own plan for her. She… Continue reading Book review: Nikky Lee’s The Rarkyn’s Familiar. (@NikkyMLee)

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Book review: C. Vonzale Lewis’ Zealot

C. Vonzale Lewis’s Zealot, Ronald Stewart was mocking Nicole. Goading her. Sending pictures of the people he killed, people who looked like her. He was killing her in his mind over and over. Killing the innocent and announcing it to her once he'd moved on. It was torture, and she was helpless but to look.… Continue reading Book review: C. Vonzale Lewis’ Zealot

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Book review: Rhett C. Bruno – Vicarious (@RCBruno44)

In Rhett C. Bruno Vicarious, Mission’s start in life had been anything but easy, squirrelled away, hidden from the rest of the ship, she was forced to live in isolation but for the babies and the woman who risked her very life to keep the sins of Mission’s parents a secret. Resources were precious, every… Continue reading Book review: Rhett C. Bruno – Vicarious (@RCBruno44)

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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: Jay Veloso Batista – The Vardoger Boy (@JayVBatista)

In Jay Veloso Batista's, The Vardoger Boy, Raga had warned Finn it was there, but not soon enough for him to evade the attack. He had been about to start his newest adventure, learning the way of the sea, aboard his uncle's ship when the mast troll had attacked. He was done with the Realm… Continue reading Book review: Jay Veloso Batista – The Vardoger Boy (@JayVBatista)

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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)