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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: Samael- Alex Dunn (@alexdunnauthor)

Katie, left scarred by a tragic accident, plans to spend the summer holidays hiding away in her sleepy little town. The burns were bad enough, but the person she thought loved her was so repulsed that he dumped her, shattering what little self-confidence remained. It was only when she witnessed the new neighbours dragging the… Continue reading Book review: Samael- Alex Dunn (@alexdunnauthor)

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Book review: S.P. Dawes – The Vine Coda

Jesse and Hayley had finally built their life together. They had been through hell, suffered, and somehow managed to salvage what they had and made a life for themselves. If anyone deserved some peace it was them, and with Hayley's father promising them it was over, it was almost like they could breathe. Hayley was… Continue reading Book review: S.P. Dawes – The Vine Coda

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Book review: Third Chances – Ivy Smoak (@IvySmoakAuthor)

So, just like my review for City of Sin, this is another one of those kicking myself reviews. I last read this book in December, and that was the second time I had picked it up. The problem with books by Ivy Smoak is they're addictive, you can't just stop at one. I said on… Continue reading Book review: Third Chances – Ivy Smoak (@IvySmoakAuthor)

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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: 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: Julia Cowan – Cells (@juliacowan74)

James Hall hadn't had the best start in life, his father had brushes with the law, his home felt anything but safe. As he grew older, he too was tempted. He had his brushes with the law, but then one day he crossed the wrong person. It had seemed like a simple opportunity, too easy,… Continue reading Book review: Julia Cowan – Cells (@juliacowan74)

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Book review: Rebecca Ridge – Captivated: The submission of Maizey Randall (@AuthorRidge)

Maizey had travelled. For years she had found her own path, her own adventure, but it had finally been time to come home. Jobless she moves in with her mum, determined to pick up her life. But things have changed Her first love is married, and his brother still stirs desires best left buried. She… Continue reading Book review: Rebecca Ridge – Captivated: The submission of Maizey Randall (@AuthorRidge)

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Book review: S P Dawes – The Vine Cross

Hayley had thought she'd got the fresh start she needed, that she'd escaped her past. She finally has a job she enjoys, a place to call home, and at least some semblance of peace. But the past has a way of catching up to a person when they least expect it. Just like she wasn't… Continue reading Book review: S P Dawes – The Vine Cross

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Book review: Ivy Smoak – Those Summer Nights (@IvySmoakAuthor)

Mila had never felt at home at her university, the only thing that had made it remotely bearable was the fact she had found Aiden. His friends became hers, but just when she thought he was about to propose the unthinkable happened. Fighting her way to summer break she decides to use this time to… Continue reading Book review: Ivy Smoak – Those Summer Nights (@IvySmoakAuthor)