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Book review: Ivy Smoak – Empire High: Untouchables (@IvySmoakAuthor)

Brooklyn felt like an imposter from the moment her worn Keds touched the sidewalk outside Empire High, a school for the elite. She wasn't here because she was rich, or because she'd earned a scholarship, no, she was here because her world had ended. This was the last place in the world she could ever… Continue reading Book review: Ivy Smoak – Empire High: Untouchables (@IvySmoakAuthor)

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Book review: Maggie Carpenter – Cowboy (@magcarpenter2)

Carly was desperate to escape the city, to work in a place that mirrored her own morals. When she came across Dream Horse Ranch it is like her prayers have been answered. There was, however, one draw back. The owner, a stud by the name of Keith, has a very strict discipline policy, although she's… Continue reading Book review: Maggie Carpenter – Cowboy (@magcarpenter2)

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Book review: April Wilson – Vulnerable (@AprilWroteIt)

Shane had it all, money, his own business, a string of beautiful women. The one thing he didn't have was something he didn't even realise he was missing, not until he laid eyes on Beth. His company had been hide to protect her from the man responsible for her nightmares and the thought of anyone… Continue reading Book review: April Wilson – Vulnerable (@AprilWroteIt)

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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: Nicole Snow – Still Not Over You (@NicoleSnowBooks)

For years Kenna had pined over her older brother's friend. He had shown her kindness when no one else had. But all that changed the day she read his diary and discovered a darker side to the boy she loved. Their relationship was fractured forever, he hated she had seen that part of him, he… Continue reading Book review: Nicole Snow – Still Not Over You (@NicoleSnowBooks)

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Book review: L.J. Shen – Broken Knight (@lj_shen)

At two years old, when Luna had spoken the most important words of her small life, they had made no difference. Not the tiniest bit. She decided then and there if words couldn't stop what happened, then they were not important, she had no further use for them. Growing up selectively mute she was the… Continue reading Book review: L.J. Shen – Broken Knight (@lj_shen)

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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: 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: 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)